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Three young brothers are dead after a shooting in Ohio on Thursday night and their father has been charged for their murders, according to officials.
Chad Doerman, 32, is under arrest and charged with three counts of aggravated murder in the deaths of his sons ages 3, 4 and 7. Doerman is being held without bond at the Clermont County Jail and will be arraigned in court Friday morning.
The shooting was first reported about 4:15 p.m. Thursday at a home in a rural, wooded area in Monroe Township, about 25 miles southeast of Cincinnati. An unknown woman called 911 screaming that “her babies had been shot,” officials with the sheriff’s office said in a news release. Three minutes later, a separate caller who had driven by the scene told the 911 call taker that they’d seen an underage girl running down the road saying “her father was killing everyone.”
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What he’s saying: “I think there’s a long history of African American or other minority candidates within the Republican Party who will validate Americans saying, ‘Everything’s great, and we can make it,” Obama told Axelrod.
- “People are rightly skeptical” of hopeful rhetoric on race that lacks acknowledgement of pervasive inequality and plans to address them, he added.
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Texas bans ‘sexually explicit’ books in schools. Law ‘gets that trash out,’ Gov. Greg Abbott says
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed a bill Monday that prohibits “sexually explicit material” in public school libraries, but said more work is needed from lawmakers on education-related legislation.