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Woman Saved by Homeless Veteran Helps Raise More Than $38K for Him

Woman Saved by Homeless Veteran Helps Raise More Than $38K for Him

Each time she and her boyfriend visited the spot where Johnny was staying, they learned more and more about him. The Gofundme .com campaign was started November 10 by 27-year-old Kate McClure after she said she ran out of gas on I-95 and a homeless man named Johnny Bobbitt Jr.


Congress and BJP, two faces of the same coin: Ayub Khan

Congress and BJP, two faces of the same coin: Ayub Khan

However, according to sources, Congress did not want to split the secular and anti-government votes that can favour the BJP in the fierce and prestigious contest under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi. He now holds the post of party's national Vice President. Gujarat has attained no development. Gujarat Congress unit president Bharatsinh Solanki said the replacement was part of a strategy.


Joe Barton apologizes for graphic photo circulating online

Joe Barton apologizes for graphic photo circulating online

Barton, the longest-serving congressman from Texas, is just the latest government official embroiled in a sexual scandal, but he made sure to clarify that he was involved in consensual relationships with "mature adult women" at the time the photo was taken.


Funeral services set for slain Baltimore detective with midstate ties

Funeral services set for slain Baltimore detective with midstate ties

Davis also said that the evidence shows Suiter's partner took cover across the street and immediately called 911. But he says Suiter was scheduled to testify before a grand jury "the day after he was murdered". Abandoned buildings stand past members of the Baltimore Police Department near the scene of the shooting death of Baltimore Police detective Sean Suiter in Baltimore, Friday, Nov.


County unemployment stalls at 6.1% in October

County unemployment stalls at 6.1% in October

October marked the fifth consecutive month Tennessee's statewide unemployment rate was in record territory, matching the all-time low of 3.0 percent set the month before. The number of unemployed Mississippians fell in the month by 3,500 to 62,500. Cheatham, Wilson, Moore, and Sumner Counties each had a rate of 2.4 percent.