2 Killed At Oregon High School
2 Killed At Oregon High School
Benghazi Panel, State Department Reach Deal on Documents
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Police agenics said one student was killed at the hands of a shooter at a high school near Portland, Oregon, on Tuesday morning. The Multnomah County Sheriff's Office added that the suspected shooter is also dead. It was not immediately clear how the shooter died and only one shooter is involved in the incident. About an hour after the shooting, Oregon State Police said the area was secure and the situation was contained. The shooting happened at about 8 a.m. at Reynolds High School in Troutdale, about 12 miles east of Portland.
Sources confirmed to POLITICO that House Select Committee on Benghazi Republicans and the State Department have reached a tentative truce on document production, postponing what would likely have been a partisan showdown Wednesday.
The governing body of the Boy Scouts of America voted Monday to end its decades-long ban on gay scout leaders. The organization's national executive board, meeting in Texas, concluded that the policy of excluding gay adults "was no longer legally defensible." The decision was approved by 79 percent of the board.
It looks like Deryck Whibley is doing a lot better these days. The Sum 41 frontman was spotted stepping out with his fiancée Jocelyn Aguilar in Los Angeles and appeared to be much healthier following his near-death experience one year ago. Whibley was photographed looking very frail back in May 2014 after revealing that he had suffered organ failure and almost died for drinking too much. Though he suffered no permanent damage, his kidneys and liver shutdown before enough damage had been done to require a transplant. Whibley told Hoisey in April that he's now in the best shape of his life...and healthy. As he said, it could have been much worse, he's lucky to have walked away live and without cirrhosis. He added, "I finally realized I can't drink anymore."
HBO is eyeing another western. The premium cable network that aired Deadwood a decade ago is developing a new hourlong Wild West set drama from director Peter Berg. Titled Untamed, the project follows three mismatched travelers as they set out on a treacherous trek from 1840s Wyoming across the Rocky Mountains to Utah. Along the way, they’re forced to embrace some of their most primitive instincts — both good and bad — to survive. Berg will direct the drama, with Mark L. Smith on board to pen the script. Both will serve as executive producers, and Alissa Bachner will co-produce.
The Boy Scouts of America has ended the group's zero-tolerance policy on openly gay adult leaders and employees. A new policy, which takes effect immediately, comes three years after the organization removed its prohibition on gay youth. The policy will still allow local Boy Scout units chartered by religious organizations to make their own choices. The executive committee had urged an end to the ban because of "sea change in the law with respect to gay rights.
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