Italian Bridge Partially Collapses, Sending Vehicles Crashing Below The suspension bridge was part of a busy highway in the port city of Genoa in Northwest Italy. About a dozen vehicles were likely on the bridge when it collapsed, authorities say.
Car Crashes Into A Traffic Barrier Outside U.K. Parliament At least two people were injured, though the injuries do not appear to be serious. Police arrested the driver, and Scotland Yard says it's treating the crash as a terror attack.
Police In Slovakia Reportedly Arrest Opera-Blasting Woman The woman played an aria by Verdi to drown out a neighbor's dog. Then she repeated the same tune, all day long for 16 years. A Hungarian news site says neighbors finally had her arrested.
At Supply Swap, A Teacher's Discarded Blackboard Is Another's Blank Slate Teachers can spend hundreds, sometimes thousands, of their own money on school supplies for their classrooms. In Baltimore, there's a way for teachers to shop for free.
Pa. Probe Examined Decades Of Sex Abuse Allegations Against Catholic Church A grand jury investigation into clergy sex abuse in six dioceses in the state is to be release Tuesday. More than 300 priests who sexually abused minors, or tried to cover up the abuse, may be named.
Migrant Teens Restrained But Not Abused, Virginia Report Finds A state inspection of a Virginia facility that housed immigrant children found that charges of child abuse were unfounded. But the report confirmed the facility used restraints on children.
Deported Parents Describe Agonizing Wait To Be Reunited With Their Children The Trump administration is under pressure to reunify migrant children whose parents were deported. That can't come soon enough for many parents who haven't seen their children in months.
Latest Primaries: Wisconsin, Minnesota, Connecticut And Vermont The 2018 midterms have been dominated by talk of Democratic gains, but Tuesday Republicans will pick nominees in several places they hope to flip House seats and even governors' mansions.
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