HOLLY SPRINGS, N.C.—How old is too old to trick-or-treat? This suburb of Raleigh has an answer, and it’s 13 years old. Holly Springs’ town council passed a resolution earlier this month asking its residents to reserve trick-or-treating for those 12 and under, to only go door-to-door for candy in their own neighborhood and to turn off all porch lights off by 9 p.m.
LAS VEGAS—Stephen Paddock became one of America’s deadliest shooters after firing at thousands of people from a hotel window. It was just a few miles from where his father was captured by police after an armed standoff more than a half century earlier. His father, Benjamin Paddock, was a psychopath with suicidal tendencies, according to his “Most Wanted” flier signed by longtime FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover.
Stephen Paddock, the 64-year-old man accused of carrying out the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, lived in a quiet retirement community surrounded by desert and golf courses about 80 miles northeast of the Las Vegas Strip. A private pilot who once worked at a predecessor firm to defense contractor Lockheed Martin, Mr. Paddock was divorced and had lived in California, Texas and Florida before landing in Nevada, according to public records....
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Selecting a term
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