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Police search widens for Cleveland murder suspect

Now, police are desperately hunting for the man who killed Godwin and uploaded the video on Facebook, while Godwin's friends and family are trying to make sense of the senseless death of the 74-year-old man. Facebook said the suspect did go live on the social media website at one point during the day, but not during the killing. Stevens did use Facebook Live at least once on Sunday, the spokesperson said.


McConnell has proven his mettle yet again in Gorsuch confirmation

McConnell has proven his mettle yet again in Gorsuch confirmation

Senators applaud senate confirmation of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court. President Donald Trump says in a statement that Gorsuch's "judicial temperament, exceptional intellect, unparalleled integrity, and record of independence" will make him "the ideal choice" to serve on the court.



Military helicopter crashes into golf course

An Army Black Hawk helicopter has crashed on a golf course in southern Maryland. "Circumstances and situations will change, but what we have on the Facebook is what we can confirm right now", he said. He says state police have sent two medevac helicopters to the scene to assist, confirming one person had been taken to hospital. He told Fox News he "saw it spinning" before it went down between the third and fourth holes.


Auburn baseball holds steady in national polls

Auburn baseball holds steady in national polls

Arkansas and Auburn are scheduled to begin their three-game series Friday at 6 p.m. Bonfield was named the SEC player of the week for his performance during the Razorbacks' midweek game at Missouri State and weekend series against Georgia.



University offers free tampons in men's bathrooms

The University of Rochester recently launched a pilot program on campus, providing free tampons and pads in on-campus bathrooms, including those that are for men or designated as gender-neutral. The Badger Herald article carried a correction noting that a previous version had referred to "women's hygiene products". The initiative hasn't even lasted a month, and already the university has burned through more than half of their $5,000 budget for menstrual products.