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Woman arrested after baby’s decomposed remains discovered in bin

A 41-year-old South Carolina woman was arrested on murder charges after police said they found the decomposed remains of her baby in a container in her apartment.

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Laurens County Sheriff’s deputies discovered the baby’s body on Monday when they were trying to evict Jamie M. Wilson from her Fountain Inn, S.C., apartment, according to Greenville Online

The baby, estimated to be about 38 weeks old, had been decomposing inside a container, which was inside another container, for nearly a year, the county coroner said. 

Wilson told investigators that the baby died when it stopped breathing in October 2016. Rather than seek help, she wrapped a hoodie around the body and placed it inside a trash bag before placing it in the bins. 

On Friday, Wilson was charged with murder/homicide by child abuse.

Gunman dressed as clown kills 1, injures 7 in Nashville church shooting

Authorities in Nashville, Tennessee are investigating a shooting at a church on Sunday that left one person dead and seven injured.

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It happened around 11:15 at the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ in Antioch.

A woman was shot and killed and six others injured in the rampage. Another person was pistol whipped by the shooter and taken to a local hospital.

Police captured the gunman, who was also among those injured.

Most of those victims were older adults, investigators said.

All were taken to area hospitals.

At least one local news station reported the gunman was dressed as  a clown. 

Tennessee Church Shooting

Tennessee Church Shooting

Live updates: Trump slams players, NFL responds by taking a knee 

Football players across the NFL fired back at President Donald Trump in Sunday’s season opening games, protesting his remarks criticizing the league and its players. Dozens of players knelt or locked arms to show their solidarity against the president’s “divisive” comments. The Pittsburgh Steelers didn’t even show up for the anthem, preferring to remain in the locker room until the anthem was over.

The NFL Responds to Trump’s ‘Divisive’ Remarks

The NFL Responds to Trump’s ‘Divisive’ Remarks

The NFL Responds to Trump’s ‘Divisive’ Remarks

The NFL Responds to Trump’s ‘Divisive’ Remarks

Steelers sitting out national anthem in game against Chicago

The Pittsburgh Steelers will not be participating in the national anthem before Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears. 

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Head coach Mike Tomlin announced the Steelers will remain in the locker room during the anthem. 

The move follows President Donald Trump’s criticism of the NFL and players’ protests during a political rally Friday nigh in Alabama and again Saturday on Twitter.

Jaguars, Ravens lock arms, kneel during national anthem

Several players from both Baltimore and Jacksonville responded to President Donald Trump’s comments on the NFL by kneeling and locking arms during the national anthem. 

The two teams competed in London on Sunday. Many Twitter users shared photos of the scene on the field at Wembley Stadium:

The Ravens and Jaguars game is the first NFL game since President Trump made comments about the NFL and players kneeling. 

Oakland A’s Bruce Maxwell is First MLB Player to Kneel During National Anthem

Oakland A’s Bruce Maxwell is First MLB Player to Kneel During National Anthem

NFL players, owners respond to president’s remarks on social media

The National Football League’s players –– and some owners –– reacted on social media after President Donald Trump called for a boycott of the league. 

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