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By Donald Lambro
Growth spikes are little more than trend-free anomalies
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Roger Stockham
One of two companies planning to build major natural gas pipelines in Alaska has dropped its bid, saying Tuesday that it didn't secure the support necessary to justify going forward with its project.
A California man accused of threatening to blow up a popular Detroit-area mosque has had several violent, unpredictable run-ins with the law dating back to the 1970s, including one in which he kidnapped his son from a foster home and crashed a plane while trying to get away.
A California man accused of threatening to blow up a popular Detroit-area mosque has had several violent run-ins with the law dating back to the 1970s, including one in which he kidnapped his son from a foster home and crashed a plane while trying to escape.
A lawyer for a California man accused of plotting to attack a Michigan mosque said Tuesday that he's concerned about his client's mental state and that he doesn't believe his client meant to harm anyone.
A man loaded his vehicle with explosives and was planning to attack one of the nation's largest mosques before law enforcement officers stopped him outside the facility as mourners gathered for a funeral, authorities say.
An Alaska woman is charged with child abuse because of a "Dr. Phil" TV show appearance that featured video of her disciplining a 7-year-old son by apparently putting hot sauce in his mouth and forcing him into a cold shower.
Joe Nahhas, a manager at the Detroit bar that police say Stockham visited before his arrest, said Stockham claimed to have become a Muslim after returning from the Vietnam War.
He said he recognized that Stockham could speak at least some Arabic.