• Nathan Semans was charged with commission of an act of terrorism after, authorities said, he sent an email to a news station in Nashville, Tenn., stating that he was displeased with President Donald Trump and that he would "blow someone's brain out" if the station didn't run a story, later telling police that he was kidding.
• Joy Dubose-Simonton, who serves as justice of the peace and coroner in Orange County, Texas, performed a wedding ceremony for 19-year-old Harley Joe Morgan and 20-year-old Rhiannon Boudreaux Morgan and, minutes later, attended to their bodies after the couple died in a car crash.
• Pierre Cleveland was charged with second-degree murder and other crimes after, police said, he failed to control his three dogs that attacked and killed Emma Hernandez, 9, while she rode her bike in an alley near her Detroit home.
• Shinzo Abe of Japan has become the country's longest-serving prime minister since World War II, having served 2,799 days in office as of Saturday, including a year in power that ended in September 2007.
• Jatraveous Williams, 22, was charged with murder after authorities in Houston said he fatally shot Leonard John Ruffer, 56, who owned a floor installation business, after Ruffer had fired him.
• Kadijah Griffis, a substitute teacher in Tennessee who, according to police, told investigators that she fatally shot Mykal Prime in self-defense when he attacked her while she was selling marijuana, was erroneously assigned after the killing to teach in a classroom that included a sibling of Prime's.
• Brian Groner, 26, of Jefferson City, Mo., accused of identifying himself as "Your Next Mass Shooter" on social media and of criticizing the Columbine High School shooters for not having killed more people, was charged with making a terroristic threat.
A Section on 08/25/2019
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