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Primary suspect, one alleged accomplice identified in terrorist attack that killed 49 in New Zealand

By Emanuel Stoakes, Isaac Stanley-Becker, Eli Rosenberg and Alex Horton | The Washington Post CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand — A 28-year-old man was charged with murder after a shooting rampage Friday at two New Zealand mosques in which 49 people were killed and dozens of others injured in one of the largest mass shootings in history. […]

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Rescinded admissions, a class-action suit: Fallout from college scandal spreads

By Moriah Balingit, Nick Anderson, Susan Svrluga and Devlin Barrett |The Washington Post The University of Southern California rescinded the admissions of a half-dozen students, and several other colleges and universities pledged to take a closer look at their admissions processes as fallout continued from an admissions scandal that implicated coaches, athletic department administrators and […]

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Joe Montana reveals link to firm at heart of college admissions scandal

SAN JOSE — The company at the center of a nationwide college admissions cheating scandal provided “minimal consulting services” to the family of Joe Montana, the legendary San Francisco 49er revealed Thursday night. “Mr. Singer’s company provided nothing more than minimal consulting services to our family, like so many other families, with the college application […]

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After hammering Colorado, ‘bomb cyclone’ turns to Upper Midwest

By Matthew Cappucci and Jason Samenow | Washington Post From the Palmer Divide to the Plains Wednesday, an exceptionally-powerful “bomb cyclone” brought 100 mph wind gusts and conditions rivaling those of a hurricane, except with blinding snow in many places. The cyclone of “historic proportions,” according to the National Weather Service, is racing into Upper […]