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Video shows fatal police shooting

Elgin, Illinois, police officers tried for more than an hour to get a woman they believed was suicidal and possibly armed with a steak knife out of her car on the side of Interstate 90, including threatening her with arrest.

Protesters block NBA arena over fatal Sacramento police shooting

Protesters marched into City Hall in Sacramento, California, and onto an interstate highway Thursday as the mayor called for calm after police killed an unarmed black man they believed had a gun.

Bannon: If Kelly goes, replacement unlikely

Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon says that if current White House chief of staff John Kelly were to leave his position, he does "not believe there will be another chief of staff."


The Artist’s Life: Does Having a Day Job Mean Making Better Art?

A full-time gig is antithetical to creative pursuits — or so we’ve been taught to believe. The truth, though, is that artists have always had other professions.

Police fatally shot man holding cell phone in his grandmother's yard

Sacramento police officers shot and killed a black man in his grandmother's backyard because they believed he was pointing a gun at them, police said.

Bombs and Explosives

Who Is Mark Conditt, the Austin Bombing Suspect?

The 23-year-old is believed to be linked to six bombs that killed at least two people and injured five.

Here's what else we know about the bomber

The man police believe was behind a series of bombings that terrified Austin, Texas, for 19 days is dead, police said.

See the bomber inside FedEx

Mayor Steve Adler of Austin, Texas, confirms to CNN that police believe the person in newly-released images from surveillance video is responsible for the Texas bombings.

Bombs and Explosives

Austin Bombing Suspect Blew Himself Up, Police Say

The 24-year-old, who has not been identified, is believed to have been involved in the attacks that left at least two people dead.


McIlroy hopes Bay Hill ascent can lead to Augusta joy

(Reuters) - Rory McIlroy believes Sunday's Arnold Palmer Invitational triumph provided vindication to his assertion that he was close to his best as the Northern Irishman hopes to carry that form to a maiden U.S Masters victory at Augusta next month.

Sheriff: Boy shot sister to death over game

A 9-year-old boy shot his 13-year-old sister to death after the two got into an argument over a video game controller, authorities say. Monroe County, Mississippi, Sheriff Cecil Cantrell tells HLN's Erica Hill how he believes the shooting unfolded.

Why McConnell hasn't said anything on Trump's Mueller attacks

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has long believed he does not need to respond in real time or react to every controversial tweet or other action by President Donald Trump, according to people close to the senator.

Austin bombs were 'meant to send a message,' authorities believe

Authorities continue to chase hundreds of leads in an effort to find the person responsible for three package bombs that have rocked Austin, Texas, this month, killing two and injuring two others.


Bundesbank's Buch adds to calls for cryptocurrency regulation

BERLIN (Reuters) - Regulation of cryptocurrencies must be considered, Bundesbank vice president Claudia Buch told Reuters, even though she does not believe they pose a threat to financial stability.


Majority believe Japan PM bears some responsibility for altered documents: poll

TOKYO (Reuters) - A majority of Japanese believe Prime Minister Shinzo Abe bears some responsibility for altered documents at the center of suspicions of a cover-up linked to cronyism, according to an opinion poll on Sunday that also showed his support sliding.

Kendall Jenner addresses gay rumors

Kendall Jenner has a theory as to why the internet believes she is gay.

Pennsylvania shows the party appears to have a new playbook for success in 'very red areas'

Democrats in Washington believe they have found a winning strategy in Trump country: don't nationalize the race.

Haley: Russia responsible for poisoning

US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley says the US believes that Russia is responsible for the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter in Salisbury, UK.


Exclusive: Vivendi ready to support other investor-backed strategy at Telecom Italia to boost share price

MILAN (Reuters) - Telecom Italia's main shareholder Vivendi believes in the phone company's new strategic plan but is ready to consider any move supported by shareholders to boost its share price, a Vivendi spokesman told Reuters on Monday.

Nunberg: I warned Roger Stone about WikiLeaks

Former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg says he warned Roger Stone, whom he has referred to as his mentor, not to associate with WikiLeaks and does not believe Stone actually met with Julian Assange.

Labor and Jobs

As Merkel Begins New Term, Compromises Could Undo Economic Boom

Some experts believe Germany is on the verge of refusing its own medicine on economic reform, a shift that would have major implications for Europe.

International Trade and World Market

Op-Ed Columnist: Some Things Are True Even if Trump Believes Them

He’s right that we have a real trade problem with China. But he’s wrong about what to do about it.

Deaths (Fatalities)

Explosions Rattle Austin as Calls About Suspicious Packages Mount

The police, who believe the blasts were linked, said they had received 265 calls from residents about packages.

GOP House member: Intel Committee has 'lost all credibility'

After the House intelligence committee announced it was shutting down its probe into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, a Republican who sits on it said he believes the committee has lost its credibility.


Deadly blast in Texas believed linked to earlier explosion

AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - A package bomb that killed a Texas teenager and injured a woman on Monday was believed to be linked to a deadly blast in the state's capital city earlier this month, according to police, who were also investigating a third explosion that injured one.


‘Never Again’: Fighting Hate in a Changing Germany With Tours of Nazi Camps

Ferdous is from Afghanistan, Florentina from Kosovo and Damian from Berlin. A German high school class visited Sachsenhausen, where 50,000 are believed to have died during World War II.

Russians soak up the 'power' of Siberian red deer blood

It's no secret that Russian President Vladimir Putin is proud of his physique -- he has been photographed topless on horseback, or reeling in a fish. But what's behind the stamina of this 65-year-old, now contesting his fourth presidential election? Deer antler blood has something to do with it, he apparently believes.

Audio contradicts deputy's account of shooting

Newly released audio from the Parkland, Florida, school shooting captures school resource officer Scot Peterson saying the shooter was "inside" the school, which the Broward County Sheriff's Deputies Association says contradicts Peterson's statement saying he believed the shots were being fired from outside.

Opinion: God bless these doctors in Canada

When I read that some physicians in the Canadian province of Quebec have signed a petition to halt salary increases, I was in the middle of a busy day seeing patients at my office in southern New Jersey. I turned to the doctor I share an office with and said, "Can you believe this? Doctors in Canada want to give up portions of their salaries," I said. She turned to me looking bewildered. "Why?" she asked. "Well, they want the money to be redistributed to help other health care providers and patients."

United States International Relations

Planning Begins for Kim Jong-un Meeting Some Trump Aides Believe Will Never Happen

The administration is already deliberating over the logistics and location of the meeting, which has still not been officially confirmed by North Korea.


King wants three-setters for men at Grand Slams

(Reuters) - Tennis great Billie Jean King believes men will benefit from playing three-set matches at Grand Slam tournaments.


Trump discusses video game violence with 'Doom' maker, other execs

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump met on Thursday with the makers of popular video games "Grand Theft Auto" and "Doom" to discuss what the president believes is a link between video games and violent acts like last month's school shooting in Florida.


Trump meets 'Doom' maker and other video game execs

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump met on Thursday with the makers of popular video games "Grand Theft Auto" and "Doom" to discuss what the president believes is a link between video games and violent acts like last month's school shooting in Florida.


World steel markets unfazed by Trump's tariff threat

LONDON (Reuters) - The prospect of 25 percent U.S. tariffs on steel imports has raised fears of a global trade war but steel producers outside North America believe they can weather the storm without too much disruption to their business or steel prices.


Trump to meet with video-game industry in wake of Florida shooting

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - After criticizing video games in the wake of a school shooting in Florida last month, U.S. President Donald Trump will meet with industry executives on Thursday to discuss what the president believes is a link between the games and violent acts.


Sports of The Times: Suicides, Drug Addiction and High School Football

The dire existence of young athletes in Madison, Ind.: “You just can’t believe this is all happening in one small community.”


Papua New Guinea sees long recovery ahead as quake death toll tops 100

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Papua New Guinea faces a long road to recovery after the powerful earthquake that hit the nation's rugged highlands more than 10 days ago, with the death toll now believed to have climbed to more than 100, its leader said.


'Death by China' economist ascendant as Trump pushes tariffs, hits China

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An economist who believes that Chinese goods are literally poisoning Americans, advocates ending Washington's "One China" policy and says trade deals have weakened the United States economically with the connivance of U.S. business has emerged as the big winner from renewed turmoil in the White House.

Murders, Attempted Murders and Homicides

In Nanny Trial, Jurors See Photos of ‘the Most Horrendous Scene’

After viewing the images, one of the jurors asked to be dismissed, saying he did not believe he could be fair and impartial. The judge excused him.


Serena ready for long-awaited return at Indian Wells

(Reuters) - Serena Williams believes now is the "perfect time" to return to the WTA Tour in order to gauge her progress ahead of the year's remaining grand slam tournaments.

Why crypto collectors are spending thousands on cartoon cats

Until recently, the most expensive cat on record, costing $41,435, was believed to be a Bengal called Cato. That was before the appearance of CryptoKitties, a species of blockchain-based digital cat that you can now buy and trade with cryptocurrency.

Watch the full interview with Jake Tapper

In an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper, former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg said he refuses to comply with a grand jury subpoena in the Russia investigation because he believes investigators are trying to get him to impugn controversial Trump ally Roger Stone, who Nunberg called his mentor.


Setting out Brexit vision, Britain's May appeals to EU to show flexibility

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May urged the European Union on Friday to show more flexibility in talks on a future relationship, saying Britain was ready to swallow the "hard facts" of Brexit but did not believe they prevented a successful trade deal.

Analysis: 57% think Trump is a racist. Or do they just not like him?

The poll number smacks you right in the face: 57% of Americans believe President Donald Trump is a racist, according to new data from a national AP-NORC poll.

Senator says Kushner has no business being in White House

Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) says he believes Jared Kushner has no business being in the White House and expresses concern he could be a compromising presence.


CORRECTED-Brazil's Lula vows to 'fight until he wins,' says will be absolved: paper

SAO PAULO, March 1 (Reuters) - Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva believes he will be exonerated of corruption charges by the country's Supreme Court and promises to "fight until he wins," according to an interview with the Folha de S.Paulo newspaper.


Boxing: Wilder eager to prove he is the most dangerous heavyweight

(Reuters) - WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder believes he is the most dangerous man in the division, saying that he could beat anybody at any time ahead of his title defense against Luis Ortiz on Saturday.

Jews and Judaism

Op-Ed Contributor: Saying a Prayer I Don’t Believe In

I am not confident God is listening, yet I have reoriented my life in order to say Kaddish for my father.


Man linked to Boston art heist sentenced to four-and-a-half years in prison

HARTFORD, Conn. (Reuters) - An 81-year-old alleged mobster who police believe may be able to solve the largest art heist in U.S. history was sentenced on Tuesday to 4-1/2 years in prison after pleading guilty to illegally selling guns to a convicted murderer.


Sessions says Justice Dept. inching closer to banning bump stocks

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on Tuesday the Justice Department will be ready soon to announce a decision on bump stocks, and hinted that the department's lawyers believe the device can be banned through new regulations.


Accused mobster linked to Boston art heist faces sentencing

(Reuters) - An octogenarian alleged mobster who police believe may be able to solve the largest art heist in U.S. history is expected in court in Connecticut on Tuesday where he is due to be sentenced for illegally selling guns to a convicted murderer.

Colbert, Stephen

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Doesn’t Think Trump Would Have ‘Run’ Into Florida School

“There’s a lot in there that I doubt, but the part I really don’t believe is that he can run,” the “Late Show” host said of the president’s comments.


BRIEF-Akorn Says Does Not Believe Investigation Should Affect Closing Of Transaction With Fresenius​


Building (Construction)

Investigators Eye Possible $100 Million Construction Fraud

The inquiry by the Manhattan district attorney has involved raids on Bloomberg L.P., believed to be an unwitting victim of the interior construction industry fraud.

Ex-FBI agent: I don't buy ex-deputy's excuse

CNN's Phil Mudd says he's not buying the excuse offered by the lawyer for Scot Peterson, the former Broward County sheriff's deputy who was the school resource officer on duty, that Peterson did not enter Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School because he believed the shooting was coming from outside the school buildings.

Russian Interference in 2016 US Elections and Ties to Trump Associates

Ivanka Trump Calls Question About Father’s Sexual Misconduct ‘Inappropriate’

“I don’t think that’s a question you would ask many other daughters,” Ms. Trump, a presidential adviser, said. “I believe my father.”

Analysis: This is why nepotism laws exist

In an interview with NBC that ran Monday morning, Ivanka Trump was asked a simple question: "Do you believe your father's accusers?"

Ivanka: 'Inappropriate' to ask her about father's accusers

Ivanka Trump does not believe the women who have accused her father of sexual misconduct, adding that it's "pretty inappropriate" to ask her about the subject.

David Hogg says the people who call him a "crisis actor" have helped amplify his message

Florida high school shooting survivor David Hogg wants to say thank you to all the conspiracy theorists and detractors he believes have helped amplify his real message.


Olympics: Fun comes first for 'one of a kind' Ledecka

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (Reuters) - Ester Ledecka believes her ability to have fun on snowboard and ski gives her an edge over her rivals and she is not going to let her unprecedented success at the Pyeongchang Olympics change that any time soon.

Ava DuVernay hopes 'A Wrinkle in Time' is a source of light in a time of darkness

Building the rich, vivid world of "A Wrinkle in Time" helped director Ava DuVernay find what she had at one time believed to be her long-gone inner child.

Lawmaker: AR-15 ban could save lives

Rep. Brian Mast (R-FL) tells CNN's John Berman he supports banning AR-15-style weapons because he believes it is a chance to save a life.


CPR survival rates are lower than most people think

(Reuters Health) - The majority of people believe cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is successful more often than it tends to be in reality, according to a small U.S. study.

Russian oligarch in touch with Russia and Assad before mercenaries hit US troops, Washington Post reports

Before a Russian mercenary attack on US and allied forces in Syria earlier this month, the Russian oligarch believed to control the mercenaries -- a man who the US special counsel indicted last week -- was "in close touch" with Russian and Syrian officials, The Washington Post reported Thursday evening.

Russian Interference in 2016 US Elections and Ties to Trump Associates

Editorial: Why Americans Could Believe the Worst From Russian Trolls

What was most disconcerting about the indictment of Russian operatives is what it says about the state of democracy in America.

Trump defends the NRA as a group of 'patriots' who want to 'do the right thing'

President Donald Trump defended the National Rifle Association on Thursday, saying he believes the organization wants to "do the right thing" in wake of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, that killed 17 people.

Believe it or not, Hugh Jackman thought he peaked at 28

"The best movies are able to transport you to worlds that you couldn't imagine yourself, that make you feel things that you may not feel in an everyday level, and that challenge your life, that change your life."

Books and Literature

Nonfiction: The Philosopher Who Believed That Art Was Key to Black Liberation

In “The New Negro,” Jeffrey C. Stewart recounts the life of Alain Locke: scholar, critic and impresario of the Harlem Renaissance.

Patty Jenkins says her mom paved the path for 'Wonder Woman'

"I believe that there is a tremendous power in story. That power has been proven, and seen, and witnessed, and used for thousands of years."

Human remains found in underwater cave

Archaeologists discovered ancient human remains, Mayan relics and the bones of Ice Age animals in what's believed to be the largest flooded cave in the world.


Philip Morris may have breached Lithuania's advertising rules with new smoking device

VILNIUS (Reuters) - Lithuania's tobacco regulator believes Philip Morris's new electronic smoking device should be subject to the same advertising restrictions as tobacco, potentially dealing a blow to a product the company has touted as the future of smoking.

School Shootings and Armed Attacks

An Armed Principal Detained a Campus Gunman. But He’s Against Arming School Staff.

A national effort is underway to arm and train school staff members, but a former assistant principal who survived an attack believes it’s misguided.


Audi CEO rejects speculation about his future

BERLIN (Reuters) - Audi Chief Executive Rupert Stadler has rejected suggestions he is about to be ousted and believes he has the support of parent company Volkswagen , a German newspaper reported on Tuesday.


The Stone: What We Owe to Others: Simone Weil’s Radical Reminder

She believed we have obligations to attend to our fellow humans. How could that spirit change our politics?

Colleges and Universities

The Promise of Self-Compassion for Stressed-Out Teens

Many in this driven generation believe they can’t move forward without beating themselves up.


Coleman can go faster, former world record holder Greene says

(Reuters) - Newly crowned 60 meters world record holder Christian Coleman can run even faster in both the indoor race and the outdoor 100 meters, former holder Maurice Greene believes.


Ice hockey: Unified Korean team could be Beijing-bound

GANGNEUNG, South Korea (Reuters) - The prospect of seeing a unified Korean women's ice hockey team return to action at the 2022 Winter Olympics would be welcomed by International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), who believe it would keep alive the message of peace and hope.

Russian Interference in 2016 US Elections and Ties to Trump Associates

Op-Ed Columnist: Whatever Trump Is Hiding Is Hurting All of Us Now

He either believes Putin’s denials, or more likely, is afraid of what the Russians have on him.

Bill Gates: I need to pay higher taxes

Microsoft founder Bill Gates says that even though he's paid over $10 billion in taxes, he believes he -- and other people of wealth -- should be required to pay higher taxes.


All 66 passengers, crew feared dead in Iranian plane crash

DUBAI (Reuters) - All 66 passengers and crew were believed to have been killed in a plane crash in central Iran on Sunday, an airline spokesman said, after the domestic flight came down in bad weather in a mountainous region.


All 66 passengers, crew believed dead after plane crashes in central Iran

DUBAI (Reuters) - All 66 passengers and crew aboard a plane that crashed in central Iran on Sunday were believed to have been killed, state media reported.


Three Suicide Bombers Kill at Least 18 in Nigeria

The attackers, all believed to be women, targeted a fish market in Maiduguri, the Nigerian city that gave rise to the Islamist militants of Boko Haram.


British actor Robert Pattinson says he does not believe in true love

BERLIN (Reuters) - British actor Robert Pattinson does not believe in true love, he said at the Berlin Film Festival on Friday, in contrast to the lovestruck pioneer he portrays in the western comedy period film "Damsel".

Rep. Swalwell to Trump: Do you believe it now?

Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell reacts to special counsel Robert Mueller issuing an indictment against 13 Russian nationals for meddling in US elections.


Russian mercenaries in Syria abandoned by Putin, mother says

KEDROVOYE, Russia (Reuters) - The mother of a Russian man who is believed to be working as a military contractor in Syria said on Friday the Kremlin had abandoned her son and those fighting alongside him.

12-year-old invents device to detect lead in water

Gitanjali Rao, a seventh grader from Colorado, has been awarded the title of "America's top young scientist" for designing a compact device to detect lead in drinking water, which she believes can be faster and cheaper than other current methods.


China's U.S. envoy says 'dangerous to advocate confrontation'

BEIJING (Reuters) - It is dangerous to advocate confrontation in relations between the United States and China, and wishful thinking to believe China will change the nature of its politics, China's ambassador in Washington was quoted as saying by state media on Thursday.


BRIEF-Aimia Reports Q4 Loss Per Share From Continuing Operations $0.43



More Israelis believe police than Netanyahu, polls show

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Almost half of Israel's electorate believe the country's police, who say they have gathered evidence against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and called for him to be charged with bribery, a poll showed on Wednesday.

Trump still doesn't believe Russia interfered

President Donald Trump still isn't buying that Russia interfered in the 2016 election.

Bill Paxton's family files wrongful death suit

The family of Bill Paxton believes his death last year was preventable, according to a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family against the hospital and surgeon who treated the late actor.

White House won't say if Trump believes the women


Russia is targeting 2018 U.S. elections, U.S. intel chiefs say

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Top U.S. national security officials said on Tuesday they had "no doubt" Russia will try to interfere in the 2018 U.S. mid-term elections, adding Moscow believes it succeeded in its effort to undermine U.S. democracy by meddling in the 2016 presidential campaign.

What science says about brainwashing

Steven Hassan was a college junior in the mid-1970s when he was recruited into the Unification Church, a cult also known as the "Moonies." Hassan said he quickly came to believe that Armageddon and World War III were imminent. The Moonies, he thought, were singularly tasked with saving the world.

United States Defense and Military Forces

Dozens of Russians Are Believed Killed in U.S.-Backed Syria Attack

Although only four Russians have been confirmed dead, reports continue to circulate that many more died in fighting in eastern Syria on Feb. 7-8.


Breaks, lighter schedules can help players improve, says Federer

(Reuters) - Swiss ace Roger Federer believes he has benefited from a lighter schedule and says players should not be afraid of taking breaks from tennis to improve their game.

The Supreme Court justice says she's not worried about a backlash and is putting her faith in millennials

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg believes the "#MeToo" movement will have "staying power" and that she doesn't worry about a serious backlash.

Opinion: Trump may be the most anti-women US President ever

Donald Trump wants you to believe he has "great respect" for women, but his words and actions tell a far different story. In fact, Trump may be the most anti-women US president ever.

The White House adviser says she has 'no reason not to believe' women who accused ex-aide Rob Porter of domestic abuse

White House adviser Kellyanne Conway says she has "no reason not to believe" the women who accused White House aide Rob Porter of domestic abuse.

Bannon: #MeToo movement could take down Trump

Author Joshua Green describes Steve Bannon's relationship with President Trump. Bannon told Green that he believes the #MeToo movement could be an existential threat to Republicans.