Hartmann: Agape Didn’t Fit In A MAGA Soundbite, So Schmitt Didn’t Stop The Abuse | Hartmann | Saint Louis

DOYLE MURPHY Eric Schmitt treated Agape very differently than he treated other school districts that were not accused of abuse. For decades, children at the Agape Boarding School for Boys have allegedly been subjected to mental, physical and sexual abuse at the hands of Christian school staff. Here’s some of what happened (all denied by … Read more

City 6-3 Manchester United: Match Stats

Sunday’s Manchester derby is one of the best games in the Premier League. men’s team Haaland happy with City’s impressive win over United City fans will never forget this game, whether they were at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday or across the world. Three goals from both Haaland and Foden decided the match against city … Read more

Nicholas ‘Nicko’ Smithson was diagnosed with terminal skin cancer after the hairdresser noticed a growth

When Nicholas ‘Nicko’ Smithson visited his local barber for a cut, they noticed an unusual stain on his neck. The hairdresser suggested that Nicko should get the stain checked, however, he had already been to several doctors who had cleared it. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Nicko’s Wish List Watch Sunrise on Channel 7 and stream … Read more

The Museum of Illusions Will Feature a Spooky Makeover During Halloween Events

This spooky season, the Museum of Illusions is hosting multiple events for guests of all ages. The museum is hosting two “Tricks, Treats, and Beats” costume parties for ages 21+ to show off the festive fall décor that complements your illusions this season. Family trick-or-treating will take place over the weekend of Halloween. MORE: Philly … Read more

Pakistan court dismisses contempt case against former Prime Minister Imran Khan | News

The five-member bank accepted Khan’s written apology for comments he made against officials during a rally in August. Islamabad, Pakistan – A court in the Pakistani capital Islamabad has accepted former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s written apology for comments he made against a female judge in August, clearing him of a contempt case. The five-member … Read more

Poland demands nearly $1.3 billion in WWII damage from Germany | world wars news

The formal lawsuit comes despite Germany saying all war-related financial claims had been settled. Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau signed a diplomatic note to Germany on World War II reparations, formalizing Poland’s demand for compensation ahead of a visit by Berlin’s top diplomat. Monday’s move comes after Poland’s ruling nationalists estimated last month that Germany … Read more

Up Late with Ben Harvey: What I know about the bikies’ code of silence as the Joe Versace murder investigation continues

Ben Harvey has lifted the lid on the so-called “code of silence” on bicycles, revealing that it may not be as quiet as many people might think. On Monday’s episode of Up Late, Harvey opens up about the arrest of Rebels bikite associate Joshua Colin Duperouzel, who was taken into custody following the shooting death … Read more

Woman identified who allegedly helped organize migrant flights to Martha’s Vineyard

The woman who allegedly helped Florida Governor Ron DeSantis organize migrant flights to Martha’s Vineyard has been identified as Perla Huerta, a former US Army combat medic and counterintelligence agent, according to reports. DeSantis sent asylum seekers to the posh community to show solidarity with Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s campaign to bus immigrants to Washington, … Read more

5 things you should know this Monday, October 3

ALBANY, NY (NEWS10) — It’s finally spooky season! Happy first Monday of October, Capital Region. Don’t let the bitter cold get you down, to start this week: Meteorologist Rob Lindenmuth said it won’t last! Get the latest news, sports, weather and events delivered straight to your inbox! The five things to know today include a … Read more

Supply could resume when pipeline leaks stop

Gas has stopped leaking from three broken Nord Stream gas lines under the Baltic, and it is possible to resume pumping through the only remaining line. Russia’s Gazprom said in a statement that pressure on all three lines had stabilized and that it was working to reduce environmental risks. Europe launched investigations after major leaks … Read more