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Sudan's president is under house arrest following his resignation. Omar al-Bashir, who has been in power for three decades, has been evicted after thousands of people have taken to the streets in recent months to oppose him. The protests began as a demonstration against the country's rising cost of living, but escalated into a push for Bashir's ransom with mass rallies and sit-ins in front of the presidential area and army command. A photo of a 22-year-old activist who sang from a car this week became viral. When it became known that Bashir had been expelled, the people flooded the streets of the capital Khartoum to celebrate. Here you will find the latest updates.
. 2 Church Fires in Louisiana
In the fires that destroyed three historic black churches, a suspect was arrested. The suspect is a 21
-year-old man from the St. Landry Parish, two sources tell CNN. It is believed that he will be identified later in the morning at a press conference. The parishioners of these churches have dealt in different ways with the torches of their places of worship. A group crossed their arms and prayed as their church burned. A pastor in a nearby church who burnt two slept in his church to protect them from possible arsonists.
. 3 William Barr
The Democrats are in some ways connected to Attorney General William Barr – and that feeling would be anger. Barr outraged Congressional Democrats after suggesting spying on Donald Trump's 2016 campaign and said he would investigate the FBI's actions leading to Russia's investigation. Barr offered no evidence to support his shocking statement. House spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi was upset that Barr had "left the tracks" and other Dems accused Barr of levitating the espionage claim just to make Trump happy. The Republicans were enthusiastic about the news, defending Barr as "an honorable man," saying it was time someone looked to see how the entire Russian investigation began.
. 4 Brexit
The Brexit is delayed again. This time it will be postponed until Halloween, after the European Union had agreed to the United Kingdom by 31 October, to find out how to leave the trading bloc. The EU leaders seemed to be getting tired of the pain (we feel their pain) and were not convinced by Prime Minister Theresa May's pledge that the UK could work together until its scheduled release date in late June. Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, had a clear warning to the British: "Please do not waste this time."
. 5 Weather
The late Great Prince once recorded a song entitled "Sometimes in the Snow". Well, this time is now in the Midwest, where a strong spring storm throws off heavy snow and creates blizzard conditions. At least 12 states are under storm warnings, but the brunt of this is felt today in Dakota and Minnesota. South Dakota could be hit with 30 inches of snow as the storm makes its way to Canada. For the 1.6 million people on the way to the storm, it is of course a nightmare to move in the area. Traveling to Nebraska is hardly possible until tomorrow morning. Of course, all this snowfall could lead to further flooding in the region.
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Criminal charges against a former naval commander and a former crew member in the fatal USS Fitzgerald collision in 2017 are likely to be dropped.
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Cash Is Still King
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Thousands are expected in the Staples Center – and in the streets – this afternoon for the memorial service of rapper Nipsey Hussle in Los Angeles.
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