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Restaurant Fires Employees Who Took Part in 'Day Without Immigrants'

Restaurant Fires Employees Who Took Part in 'Day Without Immigrants'

The spokesperson said the group was "upset they stood for something they felt was necessary so the community would stand together, and they were terminated for that". Only in America... perhaps they...

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Southern California Slammed By Storm, Causing Flooding & Mudslides

Two vehicles fell into a 20-foot sinkhole in Studio City Friday and firefighters had to rescue one woman who escaped her auto but was found standing on her overturned vehicle. Cheri Azevedo said her g...

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Multiple Victims Found Slain in Peabody Home

Multiple Victims Found Slain in Peabody Home

When troopers responded to the house, they found multiple murder victims inside. A spokeswoman for the Essex District Attorney's Office said the bodies were found Sunday after a woman ran out of the...

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Amber Alert issued for 9-month-old boy in Missouri

Amber Alert issued for 9-month-old boy in Missouri

Police said the father has not been located at this time. The abduction happened at 2200 Woodson Road in Overland , Missouri at 11:35 a.m., according to the Missouri Highway Patrol. "Pullen is 5'11...

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Oroville Dam: Repairs continue, water releases likely to decrease

Oroville Dam: Repairs continue, water releases likely to decrease

Despite ongoing spillway fix efforts and another round of storms forecasted to strike Northern California beginning Friday, officials have lifted mandatory evacuations and let residents back into the ...

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Trump speaks at first rally since entering office one month ago

Trump speaks at first rally since entering office one month ago

Supporter: Mr. President, thank you sir. "I'm with you", he added , also asking the interviewer if the press could be nicer to Trump . "America is going to start winning again, winning like nev...

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Small plane crashes into Bayonne street

Small plane crashes into Bayonne street

The pilot apparently began having problems over New York Harbor near the Statue of Liberty and chose to land in New Jersey, according to WPIX. The pilot was taken to a local hospital, but his injuri...

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Don't miss historic SpaceX launch Saturday to resupply space station

NASA says it will take two days for the Dragon to catch up to the space station. The rocket's leftover booster landed back at Cape Canaveral several minutes later, a feat which has only been achi...

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Two Players And Fan Arrested In Daniel Webster College Basketball Brawl

Police say Marquise Caudill, 22, stared the fight when he assaulted an opposing player by punching him and then stomping on him when he hit the floor. Elizabeth Morris, 43 of MA, obstruction of govern...

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Priebus denies collusion between Trump campaign and Russian officials

Priebus defended Trump's tweet by attacking the coverage of the Trump campaign and its alleged connections to Russian Federation. "I think that the media should stop with this unnamed source stuff. ...

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At least four dead after devastating 'WEATHER BOMB' storm RIPS through California

The region is experiencing the tail of a storm that initially soaked Northern California, where officials are monitoring the stricken Oroville Dam on the Feather River. That's according to a tweet ...

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Trump Says Russia Story Is 'A Ruse,' Denies Any Ties To Kremlin

Trump Says Russia Story Is 'A Ruse,' Denies Any Ties To Kremlin

Trump said . Then The New York Times reported late Tuesday , attributing its story to four current and former us officials, that there were repeated contacts between a number of Trump campaign...

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Trump cheers his own epic press-conference rant against the media

Trump cheers his own epic press-conference rant against the media

On Twitter, North Texans called it everything from "delusional", to "unhinged" to "out of control". Here are some of the best (?) parts. You know why, because it's an illegal process. "Folks, number...

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President Trump chooses Alexander Acosta as labor secretary

From there, he went on to serve as a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. He prosecuted Jack Abramoff for fraud and, notably, brought a case against that resulted in the Swiss ban...

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What You Could Do With Saturday's Powerball Winnings

What You Could Do With Saturday's Powerball Winnings

In that time, the jackpot has climbed to $349 million with a cash option of $211.3 million. In Georgia, Powerball winners have 180 days from the draw date to claim prizes. Each ticket matched the fi...

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Trump Said To Favor Making Harward, Afghanistan Veteran, Security Adviser

The Washington Post quoted a senior administration official as saying that Admiral Harward declined the job due to "family considerations" and difficulties in overcoming financial entanglements with ...

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Trump speaks to thousands of supporters at Florida rally, brings one onstage

Gene Huber had apparently been the first person in line to a rally in Melbourn, Florida that drew more than 9,000 supporters Saturday. Four weeks into his presidency, Donald Trump is holding hi...

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ASU Basketball: Sun Devils' hot shooting not enough against Washington State

Arizona (25-3, 14-1 Pac-12) remained on top of the conference standings and won its fourth straight. The Wildcats started 3 of 9 from the field and Washington State took an early lead, which Arizona...

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Trump to Interview National Security Finalists Sunday in Florida

But Trump's top pick for the post, Robert Harward, a retired vice admiral, backed out of the job over family concerns and the president's refusal to provide him control over staffing decisions. Bob Ha...

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Priebus: Russia reports are 'grossly overstated and inaccurate'

Priebus: Russia reports are 'grossly overstated and inaccurate'

Ironically, if Priebus has shown "weakness", it has been that he hasn't been effective enough in reining in Trump. In his fourth week in office, President Trump ratcheted up his attacks on the press...

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Farah wins final indoor race of career in European record

Farah wins final indoor race of career in European record

It is weird thinking about it and saying goodbye because I have had great support from everyone and in particular this track where I have broken so many records. "I wanted to come away with a win on h...

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Mexican Wolves Bouncing Back in Southwest

Mexican Wolves Bouncing Back in Southwest

Mexico began reintroducing wolves in 2011, leading to a population of around 35 wolves in the wild in northern Mexico today. "Releasing more wolves in the Gila National Forest is the right approach to...

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Trump may court National Security Advisor candidates at Mar-a-Lago

Keith Kellogg. Meanwhile, Trump traveled to SC on Friday with acting NSA Keith Kellogg, a retired general who was Flynn's chief of staff. Nevertheless, he had been previously considered by Trump t...

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Kim toxicology report could take two weeks: Malaysia

Speaking to reporters outside the morgue late on Friday, Pyongyang's ambassador said Malaysian officials may be "trying to hide something" and "colluding with hostile forces". The assassins are believ...

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Paul Ryan: GOP to introduce Obamacare 'repeal/replace' bill after break

Paul Ryan: GOP to introduce Obamacare 'repeal/replace' bill after break

Moving the program to a per-capita cap or block grant system are two of the options now being considered, according to Rep. Brett Guthrie (R-KY). In effect, the Medicaid expansion would be slowly su...

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US President Trump to issue new executive order on immigration

He said the new order "will be very much tailored to what I consider a bad (court) decision". The US Justice Department says Donald Trump will replace his executive order suspending travel from ...

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Donald Trump set to hold rally in Florida after hard week

Some 30,000 people are expected to attend the event Saturday, which will be held at an airport hangar in Melbourne , along Florida's Atlantic coast. The White House made no secret of the Melbourne ...

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A sinkhole swallowed two cars in Los Angeles

A sinkhole swallowed two cars in Los Angeles

Another auto teetering on the edge of the sinkhole fell in moments later after crews arrived. Video from the scene shows one of the cars still had its headlights on and windshield wipers running as it...

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Trump considers mobilizing 100000 National Guard troops for immigration roundups

Trump considers mobilizing 100000 National Guard troops for immigration roundups

However, a White House spokesperson told Reuters news agency the media report is false . Administration officials said the proposal, which called for mobilising up to 100,000 troops in 11 states,...

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Man charged in triple shooting that killed toddler

The screen goes dark after the woman runs out of the auto and into a house, apparently looking for help. In the dramatic footage, the 20-year-old woman can be heard screaming "Call 911! They killed ...

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Trump's Pick To Succeed Flynn As NatSec Adviser Turns Down Job

Trump's Pick To Succeed Flynn As NatSec Adviser Turns Down Job

A person familiar with Harward's thinking told Politico that he was concerned by the "unwillingness of White House political team to be deferential to the White House national security team" and "...

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Re-elect Tony Evers for state superintendent

Re-elect Tony Evers for state superintendent

Humphries said he turned down the deal as "ludicrous". It says "3yr no-cut contract 150k, full benefits, driver" under each of their names. The deal also involved giving the candidate who dropped ou...

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Watch out Southern California: Off the charts storm heading your way

Watch out Southern California: Off the charts storm heading your way

The National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch across much of the region, including all of Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles counties, including offshore islands, and all recent burn are...

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NASCAR institutes new concussion protocol

If a vehicle sustains any type of damage from contact or a wreck during the race, that driver is required to take a trip to the Infield Care Center. American Medical Response will provide on-site ne...

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Columbia Mistakenly Tells Hundreds Of Students They Were Accepted, Apologize For Error

Columbia University said it accidentally sent acceptance emails to 277 prospective students on Wednesday and then recalled them. She said that they deeply apologize for the miscommunication and they v...

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