Harvest Prude

Harvest is a political reporter for WORLD's Washington Bureau. She is a World Journalism Institute and Patrick Henry College graduate. Harvest resides in Washington, D.C. Follow her on Twitter @HarvestPrude.

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Police officer fatally shoots security guard

by Harvest Prude
Posted 11/13/18, 11:48 am

A police officer fatally shot a security guard who had subdued a suspect following a shooting in a bar outside Chicago on Sunday, prompting a lawsuit from the guard’s family. The security guard, Jemel Roberson, was working at Manny’s Blue Room bar in Robbins, Ill., when an alleged assailant opened fire following a dispute. When police arrived on the scene, Roberson was pinning the suspect to the ground outside the bar.

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Killing audio has possible mention of Saudi boss

by Harvest Prude
Posted 11/13/18, 11:44 am

A member of the assassination team that killed journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul last month told a superior over the phone to “tell your boss” the mission is complete, signifying that the operation was planned and likely ordered by a higher-up in the Saudi government, Turkish intelligence sources told The New York Times.

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Trump weathers Armistice Day barbs

by Harvest Prude
Posted 11/12/18, 11:39 am

Close to 70 world leaders gathered in Paris Sunday to commemorate Armistice Day and the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. Germany’s agreement to cease fighting against the forces of the British Empire, France, Russia, and the United States took effect at 11 a.m. Nov. 11, 1918. French President Emmanuel Macron, host of the event, used the occasion to warn about the dangers of nationalism. Macron called nationalism a “betrayal of patriotism,” adding, “The old demons are rising again, ready to complete their task of chaos and of death.” Some saw the speech as a swipe against U.S.

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