Three Korean-Americans were accused of “anti-state” activities and arrested at different times. Their release has been called “a gesture of goodwill” and a sign of “improving relations” between the U.S. and North Korea, according to President Donald Trump.
Public records show the gunman, Matthew Riehl, threatened officials at the Wyoming law school he attended, threatened lawsuits against family members if they kept him from accessing firearms and was placed under a 72-hour mental health hold in 2014 at a Veterans Affairs psychiatric ward, none of which disqualified him from obtaining a weapon.
Just Like You Left It
College students returning home may find their rooms a little different from the way they remembered them. Studio C turned this real-life experience into a parody.