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2 adults dead in San Bernardino school shooting

2 adults dead in San Bernardino school shooting

Smith did not take Anderson's threats seriously and "thought he was making them for attention", Burguan said. After he finished unloading a round that also struck two of Smith's young students, he r...

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France's Le Pen says Macron is 'weak' on Islamist terrorism

France's Le Pen says Macron is 'weak' on Islamist terrorism

On a number of issues, Le Pen's positions mirror closely those of Donald Trump - and she believes that his victory in the American election will clear the way for her own in France. The result curbs r...

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Trump 'will be insistent' that Congress fund border wall

Trump 'will be insistent' that Congress fund border wall

Whether the wall will be funded is key to the current debate over the budget that could very well lead to a government shutdown. He said , for instance, that the House will vote on a healthcare Bill ...

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Trump tax plan may produce some short-term budget issues: Mnuchin

Trump tax plan may produce some short-term budget issues: Mnuchin

Starting that fight next week is further complicated by Mr Trump's hopes to revive the Republican healthcare plan that collapsed last month. And after blasting Goldman Sachs during the campaign, Trump...

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If Vote Were Held Today, Trump Still Beats Clinton

If Vote Were Held Today, Trump Still Beats Clinton

That's not because Clinton voters would support Trump , but rather because they say they'd be more willing to back a third-party candidate or not vote at all. U.S. President Donald Trump looks on a...

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US sanctions 271 in Syrian chemical attack

The U.S. blames Assad for a recent chemical attack on Syrian civilians, and responded earlier this month by launching missiles against a Syrian airfield. There also is evidence that the Islamic State ...

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Time for Republicans to start worrying about 2018

Time for Republicans to start worrying about 2018

After weeks of ignoring the surging Democratic enthusiasm in the district, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee on Monday gave Thompson a last-minute boost, making live calls to voters on...

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North Korea Threatens To Sink U.S. Carrier; China Urges Restraint

North Korea Threatens To Sink U.S. Carrier; China Urges Restraint

The official broadcaster CCTV quoted Xi as telling Trump that China strongly opposed North Korea's nuclear weapons program, which are in violation of United Nations Security Council resolutions, and...

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Aya Hijazi meets Donald Trump after release from Egypt

Aya Hijazi meets Donald Trump after release from Egypt

Aya Hijazi sits reading a book inside a holding cell as she faces trial on charges of human trafficking, sexual exploitation of minors and using children in protests at a courthouse in Cairo, Egypt, ...

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Indiana March jobless rate of 3.9 percent lowest since '01

Indiana March jobless rate of 3.9 percent lowest since '01

Vallejo had a jobless rate of 7.1 percent, down from 7.3, followed by Fairfield at 4.7 percent, down from 4.8, then Suisun City at 4.5 percent, down from 4.7. Joblessness in IL dropped 0.5 percentage ...

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Court rejects stay for 1 of 2 Arkansas inmates

Court rejects stay for 1 of 2 Arkansas inmates

Lawyers for both Jack Jones and Marcel Williams have sought such stays, including through appeals based on the inmates' poor health. Lawyers for Jones' say he suffers from diabetes and is on insulin...

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Neil Gorsuch Sworn Is Now A Supreme Court Justice

Neil Gorsuch Sworn Is Now A Supreme Court Justice

He rested his left hand on a Bible held by his British wife, Louise, whom he then embraced warmly as Trump applauded enthusiastically. Markey mentioned how Trump had promised during the presidential...

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Arkansas events show risk of ambitious execution schedule

J.R. Davis, a spokesman for Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson, speaks with reporters early Friday, April 21, 2017 , following the execution of death row inmate Ledell Lee. The rulings by the nation's high...

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'Media will kill' success of first 100 days

'Media will kill' success of first 100 days

The president has been reportedly pressuring Republicans in Congress to pass some kind of health care plan by next week because he is anxious that the media will mock him for not having any major wi...

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McDonald's applauds crew members who recognized man wanted in Facebook video killing

McDonald's applauds crew members who recognized man wanted in Facebook video killing

Cleveland police said th. Funeral arrangements have been set for Robert Godwin Sr . A man whose shooting death in Cleveland, Ohio was captured on video and posted on Facebook on Easter Sunday was...

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Lawmakers set to discuss repealing, replacing Obamacare

Lawmakers set to discuss repealing, replacing Obamacare

It's worth remembering that it took Obama well over a year to pass his signature health care law. Although it is possible that Congress might revisit the AHCA and this amendment as early as next wee...

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Harvard researchers find copy of Declaration of Independence

Harvard researchers find copy of Declaration of Independence

The researchers said the signers on the Sussex version are not broken down by state, something that distinguishes it from the copy in the National Archives. John Hancock is well known for his large an...

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New York Governor, Andrew Cuomo, Makes College Tuition Free For Residents

There's a big string attached to New York's free middle-class college tuition initiative: Students must stay in the state after graduation or else pay back the benefit. And students will remain eligib...

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American Airlines flight attendant grounded after altercation with passengers captured on video

American Airlines flight attendant grounded after altercation with passengers captured on video

Recently, American Airlines had to adopt face-saving measures after a 69-year-old Asian American doctor was dragged off from a flight to make space for the Airline crew to travel. Another passenger,...

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China criticizes North Korea, praises USA on nuclear issue

China criticizes North Korea, praises USA on nuclear issue

Abe also called for a peaceful resolution to escalating tensions surrounding the DPRK. Speaking aboard the USS Ronald Reagan, a Nimitz class aircraft carrier now undergoing scheduled maintenance at ...

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Trump Contradicts State Department On Iran Deal

Yet he pointedly stopped sort of telegraphing whether or not the USA would stay in. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has termed the Iran nuclear deal a failure and said an "unchecked" Tehran ...

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United States tells North Korea to cease 'destabilizing actions and rhetoric'

United States tells North Korea to cease 'destabilizing actions and rhetoric'

Recent U.S. commercial satellite images indicate increased activity around North Korea's nuclear test site, and third-generation dictator Kim Jong Un has said the country's preparation for an ICBM lau...

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JSTLW: Zach & Heather Talk Unicorn Frappuccino from Starbucks

JSTLW: Zach & Heather Talk Unicorn Frappuccino from Starbucks

This article Stop Ordering Unicorn Frappuccinos Or "Secret Menu" Blended Cheesecakes: Starbucks Barista appeared first on Popspoken. Starbucks provides the nutritional information for its drinks...

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Donald Trump orders review of visa program to encourage hiring Americans

Donald Trump orders review of visa program to encourage hiring Americans

Trumps long-awaited executive order drew sharp reactions from the opposition Democrat lawmakers and the sponsors of these legislations, but drew applause from the treasury benches. In all, about 85,...

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Washington threatens funding cut to California, other 'sanctuary' areas

Attorney General Sessions is absolutely correct to hold NY and other jurisdictions accountable for their so-called 'sanctuary policies.' I just hope the Mayor will finally come to his senses and sto...

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With Gorsuch, high court takes conservative tilt

With Gorsuch, high court takes conservative tilt

Gorsuch becomes the 113th justice in Supreme Court history, filling the ninth seat on the bench that had been vacant since the unexpected death of Justice Antonin Scalia almost 14 months ago. "...

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Former Teacher Tad Cummins, Elizabeth Thomas Found in Calif.

Jason Whatley, the attorney representing Elizabeth Thomas' family, said the teen underwent a medical interview and a forensics interview before getting on the plane. The caller said an adult male ...

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Ann Coulter is not letting Berkeley off easy for calling off speech

Ann Coulter launched an unusual broadside against Matt Drudge on Twitter, Thursday night, for posting "fake news" about her disputed appearance at the University of California, Berkeley. "Arrest me...

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4/20 poll: Support to legalize marijuana at all-time high

Of the respondents who are users, 54 percent are parents and 30 percent are parents with children younger than 18. Health Canada did not say how much the proposed system could cost, but says it inte...

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Farrell breaks 3-hour mark as 89th female finisher in Boston

BOSTON Ethiopia's Lemi Berhanu Hayle and Atsede Baysa will line up among the world's top distance runners on Monday to defend their Boston Marathon titles, with tens of thousands of spectators expect...

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ObamaCare will die if it does not receive funds

North Korea says it is ready to sink a USA aircraft carrier to demonstrate its military might, in the latest sign of rising tension as Trump prepares to call the leaders of China and Japan. He also sa...

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US President Donald Trump will be insistent on funding Mexico border wall

But a senior administration official told CNN on Saturday that the White House would not let the government shut down over the issue. The White House is running out of time, as their insistence on...

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Trump to skip Correspondents' Dinner

Trump should know that Harrisburg and its residents are an integral part of the United States, which he is vying to lead", city director of communications Joyce Davis said in a statement at the time...

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Arkansas inmates try variety of arguments to avoid death

However, a stay granted by the Arkansas Supreme Court blocking the Monday night executions of Don Davis and Bruce Ward remains in place. She also said the protocol doesn't lay out what executioner...

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Dairy Experts: Trump's Promised Trade Changes May Not Come Soon Enough

Trade groups for United States dairy farmers have complained that a policy rolled out in Canada recently violates the trade agreement by creating incentives for Canadian processors to use local suppli...

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