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Since 1890, the towering memorial has stood at its location on Monument Avenue in Richmond, the former capital of the pro-slavery Confederacy, a group of Southern states that fought against Union forces in the 1861-65 Civil War.
In breaking a lifetime of silence, an Iron Range woman connected her convicted killer of a father to the 1977 murder of 19-year-old Cindy Elias. While there's DNA evidence pointing at him, St. Louis County authorities are waiting to learn more through an ongoing reexamination of the case.
There is no evidence of foul play.
The 41-year-old man who died has been identified as Ryan Douglas Moats, of Virginia.

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A 31-year-old suspect is being held on a preliminary charge of manslaughter and police are asking any witnesses to come forward with information.
The Democratic president faces significant opposition from Republicans to his tax and spending plans, even with his promise that individuals making less than $400,000 annually will not be affected. Democrats hold slim majorities in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate.
The two veteran officers "provided unsolicited written reports" rather than taking part in standard interviews, the BCA said Tuesday.
The defendants in Tuesday's hearing are among six people facing federal kidnapping charges who could be sentenced to life in prison if convicted.
Fauci said his message to the protesters is that "this is something that is hurting from the standpoint of economics" but that re-opening too soon could cause even more harm.
The state on Friday reported 17 additional deaths due to the illness and 159 new cases of COVID-19.

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There are too many unknowns to predict when Major League Baseball might start its season, if at all. But one thing now seems clear: Early June seems like it is out of the picture.
"My destination was the waterfront and the American Rover Cruise Company. Home to the world’s largest naval base, Naval Station Norfolk, and NATO’s Strategic Command Headquarters, the city is as much about water as it is land."
Historian Wayne Gannaway has worked at the properties of two of the most famous Americans: Mark Twain's home in Hartford, Conn., and Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest retreat in Virginia.

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