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'All of Nashville can breathe a sigh of relief'
The search for the alleged Waffle House shooter is over
Nashville police arrested Waffle House shooting suspect Travis Reinking, 29, capping an intense search more than a day after four people were killed at the restaurant in Antioch, Tenn. Authorities are investigating whether Reinking's father broke gun laws by returning weapons to his son after they had been taken by law enforcement. Travis Reinking was arrested in 2017 near the White House when he had identified himself as a "sovereign citizen," which the FBI says is a term used by "anti-government extremists."
Her Royal Highness does it again
Duchess Kate of Cambridge gave birth Monday to her third royal baby, a boy, a healthy 8 pounds, 7 ounces. She appeared on the hospital steps, looking better than most of us on our wedding day (moms know the team that must've been assembled to pull that off). More highlights:
First call: As with previous royal births, great-granny the queen was first to be notified.
That wave, tho. The youngest prince was adorable in his white knit cap and blankie, but Princess Charlotte stole our hearts, waving to people like the star she is. Big brother Prince George, on the other hand, ignored everybody.
A U.S. military sergeant injured in an IED blast in Afghanistan received the world's first full penis and scrotum transplant , Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine announced Monday. The veteran should regain urinary function by the end of the week and sexual function within six months, doctors said. Injuries or cancer affecting the genitals can be devastating to a person's self-esteem, but surgery like this can transform the lives of "warriors," said W. P. Andrew Lee, who directs the hospital's Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. The hospital does not plan to use the procedure for gender reassignment surgery.