Here's a look at rampage killings that have occurred in the United States since the 1940s. Includes incidents with four or more killed (not including the perpetrators). Not included are suicides, gang-related incidents or deaths resulting from domestic conflicts.US Timeline (selected only):US School Violence Fast Facts. See also Deadliest Mass Shootings in US History Fast Facts.2018June 28, 2018 - Five people die and three others are injured after a gunman opens fire at the Capital Gazette, a Maryland newspaper based in Annapolis. Suspect Jarrod Warren Ramos, 38, is taken into custody after he's found hiding under a desk in the newsroom. He is charged with five counts of first-degree murder.March 22, 2018 - Travis Reinking, 29, is accused of killing four people at an Antioch, Tennessee, Waffle House after walking in wearing only a green jacket and carrying an assault-type rifle. According to Metro Nashville Police spokesman Don Aaron, a customer, James Shaw Jr., "rushed the gunman, … [Read more...] about Here’s a look at rampage killings that have occurred in the United States since the 1940s
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The bull market turns 3,453 days old on Wednesday. It's the longest period of uninterrupted gains in American history.The remarkable run began on March 9, 2009, in the ashes of the Great Recession and the scariest financial crisis since the 1930s. The slow-but-steady economic recovery, coupled with unprecedented aid from the Federal Reserve, catapulted the Dow from around 6,500 to nearly 26,000 today. The S&P 500 has quadrupled from its 2009 low of 666. And market darlings like Netflix and Amazon have skyrocketed much further.The bull market narrowly survived countless panic attacks from crisis-scarred investors along the way. There was the downgrade of America's credit rating in 2011, the feared collapse of the euro, China's alarming economic slowdown and the dramatic crash in oil prices.Yet each scare failed to derail the steady rise of the economy and corporate profits that has underpinned Wall Street's record-breaking run. There were close calls, but the S&P 500 never … [Read more...] about Today marks the longest bull market run in American history
If you’re looking for all-mobile banking, you don’t have to stick to start-ups. Chase is the latest and largest bank to enter the space; its Finn app goes live nationwide for iOS users on Thursday.Finn joins an increasingly crowded market of mobile apps that offer access to banking services from your phone or tablet. These apps generally let you do such things as check your account balance, find a nearby ATM or deposit a check by taking its picture.Here’s what you need to know before you choose Finn or a competitor.What Finn brings to the table According to Melissa Feldsher, head of Finn, the app aims for ease of use and combines banking and personal financial management. Finn has multiple features that the Chase app does not, including an expanded ATM network — with surcharge-free locations in all 50 states — and charts and emoji to help you categorize your spending.It also allows users to personalize triggers for automatic savings transfers, whether … [Read more...] about Chase rolls out all-mobile banking app. Is it for you?
Produced by Jaime Stolz and Marc Goldbaum [This story originally aired on May 6, 2017] "To have anybody murdered is a shock to the community, but to have an 11-year-old boy and a housekeeper killed in the manner they were – I think is a whole 'nother level," Omaha Police Sgt. Scott Warner told CBS News correspondent Jim Axelrod. In 2008, a community was shocked by the brutal stabbing deaths of Tom Hunter and Shirlee Sherman inside the Hunter family home. Police found no DNA, no signs of a robbery and little motive for someone to want them dead. Five years later and six miles away, tragedy struck again when Dr. Roger Brumback, and his wife, Mary, were found murdered in their home. For the two law enforcement officers investigating the cases, the attack on the Brumbacks was eerily similar to what they found five years earlier with the Hunter and Sherman murders. Investigators would find more similarities between the cases and a trail that led to Creighton University … [Read more...] about Was revenge the motive behind Omaha stabbing deaths?
Kara Eastman blazed a trail from South Omaha to Benson on Tuesday, sweeping the high-turnout midtown area while winning nearly half of the precincts even in suburban parts of the 2nd Congressional District.That was her path to victory in the Democratic primary over well-known, better-funded former congressman Brad Ashford, who had received the backing of party leaders.Now Eastman will face off against Republican Rep. Don Bacon, a retired brigadier general with a much larger bank account. Nonprofit executive Eastman appeared in one television ad, but her main strategy was to connect with voters directly, mostly at their own doors. Eastman signs papered the district, from her home turf in Dundee to suburban Gretna.“She’s genuine and I think people respond to that. I think right now in this country we’re looking for people who will come in and make a difference,” said Eastman spokeswoman Heather Aliano. “Our field team, they were relentless. They were just … [Read more...] about Kara Eastman’s path to victory: How she beat a well-known ex-congressman in 2nd District primary