"Ultimately, we decided to lean in the direction of creating a welcoming environment where differences can be appreciated and where each individual can expect to experience dignity and respect."
Officials now allege Mark D'Amico, Kate McClure and Johnny Bobbitt will face conspiracy and theft by deception charges.
The property owner maintains she "didn't do anything wrong."
Ishi Woney, 23, of New York City, was arrested in New Jersey for allegedly forcing two women into prostitution, including a Pennsylvania teen who hadn't been seen for more than a year.
An officer at a medical clinic in New Jersey was placed on leave amid allegations that she posted a racially charged comment about school police officers on social media.
"I'm doing everything I can to defend him and defend future men like Kavanaugh who may face similar smears," Seth Grossman said.
The 2016 presidential candidate is charging top dollar for a steakhouse campaign dinner supporting a senator in his re-election effort.
The West Nile virus has killed 35 people so far in 2018.
The undercover operation in New Jersey targeted men who allegedly used social media to lure girls and boys.
The parents of children in a New Jersey middle school said they were outraged after learning a social studies teacher had the class read a fictionalized short story about Islamophobia titled "My Name Is Osama" on September 11.
She failed to report the incident to police at the time.
Mark D'Amico was arrested on Monday night on an outstanding traffic warrant, which is unrelated to the GoFundMe scandal, police said.
The beaches tested positive for a harmful bacteria.
Measles can cause serious complications, including inflammation of the brain.
"The fortunate thing is we were able to help them through their first rough patch," the Bogota Police Department said after rescuing a bride and groom left stranded in flood waters.
After officers returned fire, the suspect or suspects fled the scene, and police are currently conducting a manhunt to locate and apprehend the person or people involved.
Two New Jersey radio hosts were suspended for using "hate speech" after they referred to the state's attorney general as "turban man."