Pitt student hit by Port Authority bus in Oakland | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A University of Pittsburgh student was injured Monday morning when she was struck by a Port Authority bus in Oakland.

A Port Authority official said the accident occurred around 9:30 a.m. in the bus lane at Fifth Avenue and University Place.

“The student was taken to UPMC Presbyterian,” said Jim Ritchie, a Port Authority spokesman.

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FBI: Ohio terror suspect was inspired by Pittsburgh synagogue shooting

A 21-year-old Ohio man accused of planning to attack a Toledo synagogue told undercover FBI agents that he was inspired both by Islamist propaganda and the suspect in the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre that killed 11 people, authorities said Monday.

“I admire what the guy did with the shooting actually,” Damon M. Joseph wrote to an undercover FBI agent on Oct. 30, three days after the Pittsburgh attack, agents wrote in an affidavit filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio.

He added: “I can see myself carrying out this type of operation inshallah,” he said, using the Arabic word for “God willing.”

Source: FBI: Ohio terror suspect was inspired by Pittsburgh synagogue shooting

3 Injured In Minneapolis Shooting, Police Investigating « WCCO | CBS Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Police say they are investigating a shooting Monday night that injured three people at West Broadway Avenue and Lyndale Avenue North.

According to authorities, the shooting occurred just after 6 p.m. One of the people who was shot is a juvenile. Police say all injuries are believed to be non-life threatening.

No additional information has been released at this time.

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Dow reverses 500-point drop in volatile trading day for U.S. stocks – CBS News

It was a volatile Monday for investors in U.S. stocks as the major indexes swung from sharp losses in morning trading to modest gains in the afternoon, with energy and financial companies are falling and technology companies rising.

The Dow lost as much as 507 points in early trading before recouping its losses and turning slightly higher in the afternoon to add 30 points for the day to 24,421. The S&P 500 index rose 0.4 percent and the tech-heavy Nasdaq composite gained 0.8 percent.

Stocks in Europe and Asia fell Monday. The British pound dropped to its lowest level in more 18 months after the U.K. prime minister postponed a vote on its departure from the European Union. Oil resumed its sharp slide.

Source: Dow reverses 500-point drop in volatile trading day for U.S. stocks – CBS News

Indiana boy, 16, arrested in killing of pregnant high school cheerleader | Fox News

A 16-year-old Indiana high school football player was charged with murder and feticide Monday after he admitted he brutally killed a 17-year-old pregnant cheerleader because she hid her pregnancy from him too long to get an abortion.

Aaron Trejo said he stabbed Breana Rouhselang in her heart with a knife, Detective Gery Mullins said in charging documents obtained by Fox News. The cheerleader’s body turned up in a trash bin behind a restaurant in Mishawaka, near South Bend and about 80 miles east of Chicago, over the weekend.

 

Source: Indiana boy, 16, arrested in killing of pregnant high school cheerleader | Fox News

 

Thousands still without power after deadly snowstorm blankets the South – CBS News

Southern states will see freezing temperatures Monday night, making conditions even more dangerous

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — A paralyzing storm in the South dumped up to two feet of snow and claimed the lives of at least two people. More than 327,000 homes and businesses lost power in six states, with most of the outages in North Carolina.

Highways turned into ice rinks as treacherous conditions sent cars sliding across Raleigh. The powerful storm also whipped across Virginia and South Carolina.

The early blast of winter nearly shattered records across the region. Richmond, Virginia, received more than 11 inches of snow, the most in over 100 years. South Carolina saw its average annual snowfall in just one day. In North Carolina, Durham saw 14 inches of snow, while parts of Raleigh and Chapel Hill collected up to eight inches.

Source: Thousands still without power after deadly snowstorm blankets the South – CBS News

Pelosi, rebels discuss limiting her time as speaker to 4 years – POLITICO

Some in the caucus, such as the CBC, would likely object to any proposal to place limits not just on party leaders but on committee chairs.

Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and a group of House Democratic rebels are discussing a proposal to cap her time as speaker to four years, a move that could clear the way for the California Democrat to clinch the gavel in the coming days.

The idea is part of a broader deal being floated that would limit the time all House Democratic leaders can serve, including Pelosi’s two longtime lieutenants, Reps. Steny Hoyer of Maryland and James Clyburn of South Carolina.

Source: Pelosi, rebels discuss limiting her time as speaker to 4 years – POLITICO

New assault, harassment complaints filed against Greensburg chiropractor | TribLIVE

A Greensburg chiropractor and fitness center operator charged with inappropriately touching a female client and harassing another woman has been accused by two teenage girls of groping and harassing them while receiving chiropractic treatments, according to court documents.

Moses M. Jevicky, 36, was charged by Westmoreland County Detective Nicholas Caesar with two counts each of harassment, indecent assault and indecent assault on a person under the age of 16 in connection with the alleged incidents that occurred on multiple occasion since 2015.

Source: New assault, harassment complaints filed against Greensburg chiropractor | TribLIVE

Opinion | Wrap It Up, Mr. Mueller

Democratic dilemma: Impeach Trump for lying about sex?

Last week was supposed to be earth-shaking in Robert Mueller’s special counsel probe, with the release of sentencing memos on three former members of the Trump universe—Michael Flynn, Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen. Yet Americans learned little new and nothing decisive about the allegations of Russia-Trump collusion that triggered this long investigation.

Source: Opinion | Wrap It Up, Mr. Mueller

‘Appalling’ Video Shows the Police Yanking 1-Year-Old From His Mother’s Arms – The New York Times

An incident involving a woman in a Brooklyn food stamp office has led to a social media outcry for an explanation from the Police Department.

By Ashley Southall

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A video that shows police officers trying to remove a woman’s 1-year-old son from her grasp as they arrested her in a Brooklyn food stamp office ignited a fury on social media and prompted calls on Sunday for an explanation from the police.

A Facebook user who uploaded the video said the police had been called on Friday after the woman, identified by the police as Jazmine Headley, 23, sat on the floor of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program office in Boerum Hill because there were no available chairs.

After a verbal dispute with a security guard, someone called the police, according to Nyashia Ferguson, who posted the video.

It begins with Ms. Headley lying on the floor, cradling her son and yelling, “They’re hurting my son! They’re hurting my son!”

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