This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 75 Seven months have passed since the disappearance of Donna Kay Cloud , 19, of Splendora. Authorities say they have exhausted their leads but are continuing to follow new information as it is reported. "We are doing everything we can," said Lt. Scott Spencer , spokesperson for the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office. "We have no new information and have nothing to suggest she has been harmed. The detective has checked into every aspect of the case but has had … [Read more...] about Missing Splendora woman’s father says unsolved case is ‘tearing my life apart’
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This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 5 The CIA Museum covers the intelligence agency's long history - from spying on the Soviets to the Argo mission in Iran - but the latest addition is practically ripped from the headlines: a model of Ayman al-Zawahiri's compound in Kabul used weeks earlier to plan the U.S. drone strike that killed the al-Qaeda leader. The model is part of the newly renovated exhibition hall located deep inside CIA headquarters in Langley, Va. Like the NSA's Wall of Spies museum in Bethesda, Md., the CIA Museum isn't open to the public. But it's not exactly top secret either, welcoming CIA employees, official guests, foreign partners, potential recruits - and, early on a Saturday morning, a handful of carefully observed reporters with old-school notepads and pens (electronics are banned). There are plenty of fun gadgets to see, like a polygraph machine in a briefcase and a communication … [Read more...] about The CIA renovated its museum. The public still can’t go see it.
Sentiments among NFL team owners regarding Daniel Snyder's ownership of the Washington Commanders have shifted significantly, as they await the findings of both a congressional investigation and a league-commissioned probe into allegations of misconduct by him and his team. Multiple owners said in recent days they believe serious consideration may be given to attempting to oust Snyder from the league's ownership ranks, either by convincing him to sell his franchise or by voting to remove him. All spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the topic, but their willingness to address it at all is notable because the league and owners have publicly said little to nothing substantive about the prospect of seeking to get Snyder out of the NFL. While no action is imminent, the comments reflect a growing level of frustration among the owners over the controversies that have engulfed Snyder and the Commanders and the team's financial performance under his ownership, … [Read more...] about NFL owners’ attitudes harden toward Commanders’ Daniel Snyder
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 21 TORONTO (AP) — Canadian troops are being sent to assist the recovery from the devastation of storm Fiona, which swept away houses, stripped off roofs and knocked out power across the country's Atlantic provinces. After surging north from the Caribbean as a hurricane, Fiona came ashore before dawn Saturday as a post-tropical cyclone, battering Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Quebec with hurricane-strength winds, heavy rains and huge waves. Defense Minister Anita Anand said Saturday that troops would help remove fallen trees and other debris, restore transportation links and do whatever else is required for as long as it takes. She didn’t specify how many troops would be deployed. Fiona was blamed for at least five deaths in the Caribbean, but there was … [Read more...] about Canadian military to help clean up Fiona’s devastation
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 74 Across the Houston area there are dozens of families grieving the loss of a loved one and waiting for answers on what happened to that person. The cases seen here are unsolved murders, disappearances and fatal hit-and-run accidents from Crime Stoppers organizations and police agencies around greater Houston. MISSING IN WEST TEXAS: These students went to a concert together, then vanished Although their cases are unsolved these individuals are not forgotten. … [Read more...] about Unsolved murders and disappearances around Houston’s suburbs
Some 20,000 Eagles fans are expected to travel from Philadelphia to FedEx Field in a bus caravan on Sunday, most likely to boo, but also to witness the Carson Wentz Bowl. The divisional matchup is Wentz's first game against his former team since he was traded in 2021, likely creating mixed emotions on both sides. The Eagles (2-0) are now led by Wentz's replacement, Jalen Hurts, and suddenly boast one of the league's top offenses. Washington (1-1), meanwhile, has been a team of extremes, capable of starting fast with a dynamic offense one week but coming out flat and faltering behind a streaky defense the next week. Which version will show up Sunday? These keys to the game could determine it. Here's what to watch as Washington returns home to face the Eagles (1 p.m., Fox). - Eliminate the chunk plays. Washington couldn't get out of its own way during the first half of its loss in Detroit. But as the offense regrouped in the second half to score four touchdowns and pare the … [Read more...] about Commanders’ keys vs. Eagles: Contain Jalen Hurts, establish the run