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California engineer derails train over suspicion about coronavirus aid ship USNS Mercy, feds say | Fox News
A train engineer intentionally drove a locomotive full speed ahead off the end of rail tracks near the USNS Mercy, which was docked at the port after transporting necessary supplies for coronavirus...
Train derailment: Engineer said he was "suspicious" of nearby coronavirus relief ship - CNN
A train engineer faces federal charges after he allegedly admitted to intentionally derailing a train Tuesday near the USNS Mercy, a ship sent to Los Angeles to ease the burden of hospitals treatin...
Theranos Prosecutors Eye Holmes’s Secret Love as Fodder for Jury
Prosecutors are angling to dig into Theranos Inc. founder Elizabeth Holmes’s clandestine romance with the company’s former president when she goes to trial on fraud charges, using the relationship ...
Venezuelan Leader Maduro Is Charged in the U.S. With Drug Trafficking - The New York Times
Federal prosecutors accused President Nicolás Maduro of participating in a “narco-terrorism conspiracy” in a major escalation of the Trump administration’s efforts to pressure him to leave office.
Turkey charges 20 Saudis over Jamal Khashoggi murder | World news | The Guardian
Two allies of crown prince among suspects charged over killing of dissident journalist
Coronavirus in prisons and jails: Inmates released by the hundreds - The Washington Post
As states and counties react to fears over the havoc coronavirus could wreak, the Trump administration faces growing pressure to take similar measures in the federal prison system.
NYC coronavirus: Bar and restaurant owners could be arrested if they refuse to stop serving customers - CNN
New York City schools are closed and restaurants and bars will become delivery and take-out only as the City That Never Sleeps takes drastic steps to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Supreme Court postpones arguments because of coronavirus pandemic
The Supreme Court cited its actions during the Spanish flu epidemic of 1918 and the yellow fever outbreaks of the 18th century as precedents.
Missouri gunman kills officer, 3 others in convenience store shooting | Fox News
A Missouri police officer has died after being shot late Sunday at a convenience store where a gunman killed three other people before killing himself, police said.
Harvey Weinstein sentenced to 23 years in prison; victims speak
Harvey Weinstein faced two women in court who were set to deliver victim impact statements ahead of Judge James Burke pronouncing his sentence