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Fresno shooting: Rampage started with slaying last week, police say

Fresno shooting: Rampage started with slaying last week, police say

Investigators do not know what Muhammad's religious beliefs are, but it doesn't appear he targeted anyone based on religion, Dyer said. Police have arrested Kori Ali Muhammad, who is black, saying h...

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Trump, Republicans face major test in Georgia congressional race

Mr Ossoff , a film-maker who lives just outside the electoral district in Georgia, declared as a candidate in January, with the Democratic party quickly coalescing around his candidacy. President Tru...

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2 arrested for planning 'violent attack' in run-up to French election

2 arrested for planning 'violent attack' in run-up to French election

Security officers searching the homes in connection with the arrests found "a massive quantity of explosives. and containers of products such as acetone to prepare the explosive", according to Miche...

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Sask. woman charged in human smuggling incident at border

Sask. woman charged in human smuggling incident at border

The investigation also involved a search of a Regina home, where a "significant" amount of cash was found, police said. Police say the U.S. Border Patrol has arrested several other people related to...

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O'Reilly's bosses not commenting on reports that he's out

Fox News was bleeding out, and the company had to do something to staunch the flow. "You can't underestimate the influence and the profits that he brought into Fox News for all these years and th...

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Hundreds Gather at Candlelight Vigil for Victims of San Bernardino School Shooting

Hundreds Gather at Candlelight Vigil for Victims of San Bernardino School Shooting

Police officers found her bleeding on the ground , in the middle of a street in San Bernardino. Another of Anderson's girlfriends was awarded a restraining order in 2013 after she said Anderson tri...

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Sales boost for vinyl records despite modern trends

Sales boost for vinyl records despite modern trends

Now celebrating its 10th anniversary, Record Store Day arose out of a need to stem the slow die-off of independent record stores by creating an event unique to the culture of such shops, one that wo...

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Sarasota to host 2021 and 2022 NCAA Rowing Championships

Sarasota to host 2021 and 2022 NCAA Rowing Championships

The main attraction is the competition pool, which can hold up to 2,530 fans. Several MIAA institutions were also selected to host regional or national championship events. The Tigers are also hos...

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Death row killers given stay of execution in lethal injection dispute

But a series of legal challenges has spared the lives of both inmates and thrown the state's capital punishment process into chaos. Johnson was convicted in the 1993 killing of Carol Heath. would be...

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US Man killed three on street, says he 'hates white people'

US Man killed three on street, says he 'hates white people'

The driver the truck, a fellow PG&E worker who is Latino, drove off unharmed, but the victim, a 34-year-old man, died from his injuries. The chief said Muhammad, who is African American, used the ni...

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H-1B visas: Nasscom says no impact as Assocham asserts lay-offs ahead

H-1B visas: Nasscom says no impact as Assocham asserts lay-offs ahead

The order doesn't seem to change the status of existing visa waiver rules in the United States and instead orders departments to review and identify potential "abuses" of the visa waiver system. Speci...

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NHL PLAYOFFS: Senators outlast Bruins to take series lead

Hoffman scored his second of the game on a power play early in the third, and it looked like the Senators were home and cooled. Noel Acciari , David Backes and David Pastrnak answered for the Bruin...

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Trump inaugural attracts record USD 107 million in donations

Kraft Group, a firm associated with New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, also gave $1 million. Corporations and wealthy Americans poured almost $107 million into the festivities surrounding Dona...

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Georgia GOP congressional hopeful

Handel, who said Trump called to congratulate her on Wednesday morning, dismissed Ossoff as a well-funded novice who would flounder as Republicans consolidated support behind a single candidate. "Th...

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Trump Directs Review of H-1B Visas

Trump chose to sign the directive at Snap-on Inc., based in Wisconsin, a state he narrowly carried in November on the strength of support from white, working-class voters. With his attempts to overhau...

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Facebook banks on augmented reality

More simply, the experiences are like Snapchat and Instagram 2D image filters but richer like the 6-second video below created by Giphy using AR Studio . However finding and using the chat bots is qu...

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Aaron Hernandez dies in prison

Aaron Hernandez dies in prison

Absolutely no chance he took his own life. Here is the full statement from the Department of Corrections. "I wasn't surprised, but I was relieved", said his attorney, Jose Baez , to People . Her...

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Trump blasts tax returns protesters

Trump blasts tax returns protesters

The president and vice president face mandatory audits every year. Trump's latest remarks imply that he has no intention to issue his tax returns, some US media reports commented. Trump asked who ...

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Congress: Fix H-1Bs before Trump meddles for real

It calls for a government-wide re-examination of "Buy American, Hire American " policies, including a study of government purchasing to be sure USA goods are preferred as well as a study of visa abus...

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Gunman targeting white men kills 3, Fresno Police Chief says

Gunman targeting white men kills 3, Fresno Police Chief says

Police chief Jerry Dyer briefs reporters in Fresno, Calif., after shootings on Tuesday. The police chief said the suspect's Facebook page suggested he was in Atlanta but it was untrue. Police are ...

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US, North Korea issue threats as tensions escalate

US, North Korea issue threats as tensions escalate

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un Saturday saluted as ranks of goose-stepping soldiers followed by tanks and other military hardware paraded in Pyongyang for a show of strength with tensions mounting ...

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Spaulding Team Runs Boston Marathon for Patients

Spaulding Team Runs Boston Marathon for Patients

She didn't set out to shatter stereotypes, or change the culture of sports forever, but that's exactly what she did. Switzer's race was immortalized in photos of then race director Jock Semple takin...

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Yet Another Chance For Severe Storms

In Missouri on April 4, a fire department building and elementary school in the town of Goodman, some 300 miles (480 km) southwest of St. Louis, was extensively damaged when a tornado touched down a...

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Facebook murder suspect found dead

Facebook murder suspect found dead

The search for murder suspect Steve Stephens put authorities in surrounding states on the lookout Monday after police said the man might have left Ohio. Meanwhile, Facebook responded to criticism fo...

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NFL star offers to help WH press secretary during briefing

NFL star offers to help WH press secretary during briefing

New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski crashed the daily White House press briefing Wednesday. Spicer , a Patriots fan, seemed to appreciate the interruption, saying: "that was cool". Trump'...

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Trump could release his taxes but probably won't, experts say

Trump could release his taxes but probably won't, experts say

More than four months after winning the presidency, Trump continued to attack Clinton at a rally in Nashville, Tennessee , this March. Minutes earlier, Trump once again gave his favorite history...

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Pence says USA to expand military alliance with Japan

Pence's visit to the tense DMZ dividing North and South Korea came at the start of a 10-day trip to Asia and underscored USA commitment. Join us in a conversation about world events, the newsgathering...

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Most want Trump to try to make ObamaCare work

Most want Trump to try to make ObamaCare work

Erica Smith-Ingram, D-Northampton, and Health Action North Carolina, an organization comprised of grassroots and health care-related advocacy groups, said the legislature should move forward with Me...

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Supplier sues again over Arkansas execution drug

Hutchinson defended the accelerated schedule, unmatched in the modern era, because the state's supply of one of the lethal drugs used in the process expires at the end of April. While the last-minute...

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Justice Neil Gorsuch's First Day on the Job

Justice Neil Gorsuch's First Day on the Job

The Court was hearing arguments in a case involving a technical issue about the process for a federal worker to appeal his discrimination claim. "I apologize for taking up so much time ", the black...

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Neo-Nazi Sued For Anti-Semitic 'Troll Storm' Against Montana Woman

Neo-Nazi Sued For Anti-Semitic 'Troll Storm' Against Montana Woman

Gersh is a Montana real estate agent who fell out of favor with the mother of Richard B. Spencer, considered by many to be the founder of the alt-right movement. After the video's release, some Whit...

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Florida state senator apologizes for racial slur

Florida state senator apologizes for racial slur

In a public apology on the Senate floor, Artiles explained his use of the N-word as a result of growing up in a "diverse community". Frank Artiles hurled the n-word at two of his African-American co...

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Setback doesn't deter Arkansas plans for later executions

Braden said executing either inmate would be "profoundly arbitrary and unjust". "It is understandable that the inmates are taking every step possible to avoid the sentence of the jury; however, it...

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Mexican governor held over embezzlement

Duarte was one of a triumvirate of rogue PRI governors sought by the Mexican authorities. After being detained for one of the biggest corruption scandals in Mexico, former governor of the state of V...

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Three men killed within blocks of each other in Fresno shooting spree

A man wanted over the fatal shooting of a security guard set out to kill as many white people as he could, gunning down three men on the streets of Fresno, California, before being captured, authoriti...

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