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The mastermind of the Paris attacks eludes police…

France’s President is now saying that the massive raid this morning on an apartment in the suburbs of Paris did not net the mastermind of last weeks attacks. Two people, including a female suicide bomber were killed and 7 others were arrested.

Washington College in Md closed until further notice…

Washington College on Maryland’s Eastern Shore is closed until further notice. After opening for a few hours yesterday, new information from Police has resulted in its closure. All students have been told to leave the campus. Police are still looking for the sophomore who went home to Philadelphia and got and a gun. He has not been seen or heard from since then.

Police shooting death of Jamal Clark ruled a homicide…

The Minneapolis Medical Examiner’s Office has ruled the death of 24 year old Jamal Clark a homicide. Clark is the man who witnesses say police had in handcuffs when they shot him in the head. Clark died yesterday after being removed from life support. The FBI is leading an investigation in the shooting.

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