Kim Bellware

'Kim Bellware' - 12 News Result(s)

  • FBI Offers $5 Million Reward For US Man Linked To Al-Shabab Terrorists
    World News | Kim Bellware, The Washington Post | Wednesday December 4, 2019
    Federal investigators are re-upping a $5 million reward related to the capture of a 37-year-old man on the FBI's Most Wanted Terrorists List whom it called "the highest-ranking U.S. citizen fighting overseas with a terrorist organization."
  • Victims Killed In London Bridge Attack Identified As Cambridge Graduates
    World News | Kim Bellware, The Washington Post | Monday December 2, 2019
    Family members and the University of Cambridge community are mourning the victims of Friday's fatal stabbing at London Bridge, both recent graduates who dedicated their young lives to justice, education and prison reform.
  • US Man Allegedly Plotted ISIS-Style Attack After Suspension From Colleges
    World News | Kim Bellware, The Washington Post | Wednesday November 27, 2019
    A 23-year-old Florida man is facing federal charges after he tried to get the Islamic State terrorist group to carry out an attack on deans at two Florida colleges where he had been suspended or expelled, according to a federal complaint unsealed Monday.
  • Two Boys, 11 And 14, Killed In Shooting In Elementary School Parking Lot In California
    World News | Kim Bellware, The Washington Post | Monday November 25, 2019
    Two boys were found shot to death in the parking lot of a San Francisco Bay area elementary school early Saturday, authorities say, unsettling a community where homicides are rare.
  • "Simply Untrue": US Radio Station Denies Host Fired For Criticising Trump
    World News | Derek Hawkins, Kim Bellware & Hannah Knowles, The Washington Post | Tuesday November 19, 2019
    A conservative radio station in Colorado is disputing claims by one of its hosts that the station fired him mid-show last weekend just as he was airing disapproval of US President Donald Trump. As host Craig Silverman and executives with the Denver-based 710 KNUS shared their views of events, the incident underscored the growing isolation of conser...
  • Venice Floods Threaten Priceless Art And History, Submerge 70% Of City
    World News | Kim Bellware, The Washington Post | Monday November 18, 2019
    Earlier this week, Venice faced another monumental "acqua alta," or "high water," this time coming just inches shy of the 1966 record. Dispatches from the scene described people tromping around in cheap rain boots as they walk single-file on footbridges elevated over flooded piazzas or wade through knee-high water.
  • US Woman Kidnapped, Raped, Left To Die In Desert By Man And His Daughter
    World News | Kim Bellware, The Washington Post | Sunday November 10, 2019
    A father and daughter were arrested in California earlier this week after police say they kidnapped a woman at gunpoint in Las Vegas and held her captive for nearly a week in Southern California, where they raped, sexually assaulted and ultimately left her to die in the desert north of Los Angeles.
  • Lasers, Rabbits And New Nikes: How The 2-Hour Marathon Barrier Was Broken
    Kim Bellware, The Washington Post | Wednesday October 16, 2019
    Eliud Kipchoge's run, in particular, touched off a wave of excitement since the two-hour marathon barrier was long seen as unbreakable.
  • Fast-Moving California Fire Destroys Homes, Forces 100,000 To Evacuate
    World News | Noah Smith, Kim Bellware, Andrew Freedman and Hannah Knowles, The Washington Post | Saturday October 12, 2019
    The wind-driven blaze sweeping through Los Angeles County's San Fernando Valley continued to spread Friday afternoon, destroying at least 25 homes and prompting mandatory evacuation orders for more than 100,000 people as California hits peak wildfire season.
  • Why This Couple Joined A Picket Line On Their Wedding Day
    Offbeat | Kim Bellware, The Washington Post | Monday September 30, 2019
    LaCrystal Robertson, 27, and Steve Ferguson, 37, were still in their formal wedding wear when they joined their fellow employees outside the north gate of the General Motors plant in Spring Hill, Tennessee, for what was then the sixth day of the United Auto Workers' nationwide strike.
  • US Teen, 13, Dies After Alleged Beating By Classmates At School
    World News | Kim Bellware, The Washington Post | Friday September 27, 2019
    A 13-year-old California boy has died more than a week after being punched by two classmates in an attack that was caught on video. The middle school teen who has only been identified by his first name, Diego, was pronounced clinically dead on Tuesday night.
  • $100,000 Per Person. That's The Price To Stay At Igloo-Themed Hotel
    Offbeat | Kim Bellware, The Washington Post | Saturday September 14, 2019
    A Finnish luxury travel company is set to open a movable hotel at the North Pole that offers a rare and eco-conscious experience for the adventurous traveler who can swing the roughly $100,000 price tag for up to five nights' stay. The North Pole Igloos are slated to welcome its first guests in 2020 and will operate yearly every Apr

'Kim Bellware' - 12 News Result(s)

  • FBI Offers $5 Million Reward For US Man Linked To Al-Shabab Terrorists
    World News | Kim Bellware, The Washington Post | Wednesday December 4, 2019
    Federal investigators are re-upping a $5 million reward related to the capture of a 37-year-old man on the FBI's Most Wanted Terrorists List whom it called "the highest-ranking U.S. citizen fighting overseas with a terrorist organization."
  • Victims Killed In London Bridge Attack Identified As Cambridge Graduates
    World News | Kim Bellware, The Washington Post | Monday December 2, 2019
    Family members and the University of Cambridge community are mourning the victims of Friday's fatal stabbing at London Bridge, both recent graduates who dedicated their young lives to justice, education and prison reform.
  • US Man Allegedly Plotted ISIS-Style Attack After Suspension From Colleges
    World News | Kim Bellware, The Washington Post | Wednesday November 27, 2019
    A 23-year-old Florida man is facing federal charges after he tried to get the Islamic State terrorist group to carry out an attack on deans at two Florida colleges where he had been suspended or expelled, according to a federal complaint unsealed Monday.
  • Two Boys, 11 And 14, Killed In Shooting In Elementary School Parking Lot In California
    World News | Kim Bellware, The Washington Post | Monday November 25, 2019
    Two boys were found shot to death in the parking lot of a San Francisco Bay area elementary school early Saturday, authorities say, unsettling a community where homicides are rare.
  • "Simply Untrue": US Radio Station Denies Host Fired For Criticising Trump
    World News | Derek Hawkins, Kim Bellware & Hannah Knowles, The Washington Post | Tuesday November 19, 2019
    A conservative radio station in Colorado is disputing claims by one of its hosts that the station fired him mid-show last weekend just as he was airing disapproval of US President Donald Trump. As host Craig Silverman and executives with the Denver-based 710 KNUS shared their views of events, the incident underscored the growing isolation of conser...
  • Venice Floods Threaten Priceless Art And History, Submerge 70% Of City
    World News | Kim Bellware, The Washington Post | Monday November 18, 2019
    Earlier this week, Venice faced another monumental "acqua alta," or "high water," this time coming just inches shy of the 1966 record. Dispatches from the scene described people tromping around in cheap rain boots as they walk single-file on footbridges elevated over flooded piazzas or wade through knee-high water.
  • US Woman Kidnapped, Raped, Left To Die In Desert By Man And His Daughter
    World News | Kim Bellware, The Washington Post | Sunday November 10, 2019
    A father and daughter were arrested in California earlier this week after police say they kidnapped a woman at gunpoint in Las Vegas and held her captive for nearly a week in Southern California, where they raped, sexually assaulted and ultimately left her to die in the desert north of Los Angeles.
  • Lasers, Rabbits And New Nikes: How The 2-Hour Marathon Barrier Was Broken
    Kim Bellware, The Washington Post | Wednesday October 16, 2019
    Eliud Kipchoge's run, in particular, touched off a wave of excitement since the two-hour marathon barrier was long seen as unbreakable.
  • Fast-Moving California Fire Destroys Homes, Forces 100,000 To Evacuate
    World News | Noah Smith, Kim Bellware, Andrew Freedman and Hannah Knowles, The Washington Post | Saturday October 12, 2019
    The wind-driven blaze sweeping through Los Angeles County's San Fernando Valley continued to spread Friday afternoon, destroying at least 25 homes and prompting mandatory evacuation orders for more than 100,000 people as California hits peak wildfire season.
  • Why This Couple Joined A Picket Line On Their Wedding Day
    Offbeat | Kim Bellware, The Washington Post | Monday September 30, 2019
    LaCrystal Robertson, 27, and Steve Ferguson, 37, were still in their formal wedding wear when they joined their fellow employees outside the north gate of the General Motors plant in Spring Hill, Tennessee, for what was then the sixth day of the United Auto Workers' nationwide strike.
  • US Teen, 13, Dies After Alleged Beating By Classmates At School
    World News | Kim Bellware, The Washington Post | Friday September 27, 2019
    A 13-year-old California boy has died more than a week after being punched by two classmates in an attack that was caught on video. The middle school teen who has only been identified by his first name, Diego, was pronounced clinically dead on Tuesday night.
  • $100,000 Per Person. That's The Price To Stay At Igloo-Themed Hotel
    Offbeat | Kim Bellware, The Washington Post | Saturday September 14, 2019
    A Finnish luxury travel company is set to open a movable hotel at the North Pole that offers a rare and eco-conscious experience for the adventurous traveler who can swing the roughly $100,000 price tag for up to five nights' stay. The North Pole Igloos are slated to welcome its first guests in 2020 and will operate yearly every Apr
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