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Liberal US justices lean toward death row inmate in mental health dispute

Liberal US justices lean toward death row inmate in mental health dispute

The Arkansas Supreme Court recently stayed the execution of two men on its death row until the justices decide McWilliams v. Dunn. Based on questions asked by the justices, the four liberals could b...

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Arkansas prepares for 1st double execution in USA since 2000

Shortly after the 5-4 decision, the Associated Press confirmed that the execution of Ledell Lee had been carried out and he was pronounced dead at 11:56 p.m. Justices also denied an attempt by maker...

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US state executes 2 inmates

His lawyers had expressed anxiety before the execution went ahead that the multiple drugs the prisoner is on for the condition could impair the effect of the sedative midazolam, the first chemical in ...

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Trump Admin Ends Release of White House Visitor Logs

White House press secretary Sean Spicer talks to the media during the daily press briefing at the White House in Washington , Monday, April 17, 2017. From now on, if anyone wants to know who's been r...

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Obama to focus post-White House work on engaging young people

This event is part of President Obama's post-presidency goal to encourage and support the next generation of leaders driven by strengthening communities around the country and the world. His visit a...

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UC Berkeley Reinvites Ann Coulter To Speak On Campus

In that context, Ms. Coulter's announcement that she intends to come to this campus on April 27 without regard for the fact that we don't have a protectable venue available on that date is of grave co...

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New England Patriots Call Out The New York Times' Lack Of Context

New England Patriots Call Out The New York Times' Lack Of Context

On Wednesday, the New England Patriots became the first team to visit the Donald Trump White House following a championship and a mini firestorm erupted when photos suggested that the number of ...

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Georgia's Special Election Isn't Over Yet

Ossoff won the race with 48.1 percent, much higher than the second place victor he will face in the runoff election, former state Secretary of State Karen Handel , who won about 20 percent of the v...

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April 14 Letters: Spicer's Holocaust comments

A few hours later, a contrite Spicer appeared on U.S. television to apologise for the comments, which coincided with the Jewish holiday of Passover. Instead, people were left wondering how Spicer coul...

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Warriors continue to be too much for Damian Lillard and the Blazers

But should it be that big of a deal? However, he will not be courtside as assistant Mike Brown will coach the Warriors for the second straight game. "We'll do whatever it takes to win Game 4", Sto...

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New Orleans removes first of four Confederate statues

The national conversation began in earnest shortly after shooter Dylann Roof toured plantations and confederacy monuments in the lead-up to his mass-killing of nine black churchgoers in Charleston, So...

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Kansas gains jobs, unemployment rate hits 16-year low

Kansas gains jobs, unemployment rate hits 16-year low

Hawaii County's rate of unemployment also dropped during March to 3.1 percent from 3.3 percent in February. The state's jobless rate for March was 5.8 percent, down from 6.2 percent in February. The...

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Thousands pack Cleveland's Public Square for 'March for Science'

Trump has not yet commented on the March for Science but did comments about Earth Day on Twitter. The marches were modelled after January's Women's Marches. "Problems like this - with fake news an...

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Sanders promoting new blood in Democrats

Sanders spoke at the James L. Knight Center as part of a nationwide "Come Together and Fight Back" Tour largely in swing states and Republican states. "On Monday, DNC Chair Tom Perez and Bernie Sa...

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Trump to set new executive orders on environment, energy this week

Thirty-four percent of the ABC/Washington Post poll respondents said they disapproved of Trump including his daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner in his administration. Of course ...

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Trump pushes wall funding in spending dispute with Democrats

The US President also said "one of the best chemistries" he has had with any other worldwide leader has been Angela Merkel, and hailed his "great relationship" with Chinese leader Xi Jinping during ...

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Penn. man found guilty of murdering State Trooper

Penn. man found guilty of murdering State Trooper

The same jury that convicted him after four hours of deliberations will reconvene on Thursday to hear evidence in the penalty phase of trial at Pike County Courthouse. Trooper Alex Douglass was shot t...

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Elizabeth Thomas latest: Pair purchased food, lubricant at Guymon Walmart

Elizabeth Thomas latest: Pair purchased food, lubricant at Guymon Walmart

Tad Cummins, 50, is headed to Sacramento and his court hearing is expected Monday, according NBC News correspondent Joe Fryer . The father of a Tennessee teenager found in northern California this ...

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New Orleans taking down Confederate statues; officials facing death threats

City officials have attempted to move the monuments since 2015 amid opposition from pro-monument groups and threats against workers. Robert E. Lee and P.G.T. "I think it's a bad thing", said Robert...

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Senate confirms Trump's agriculture secretary

Senate confirms Trump's agriculture secretary

Trump nominated him just two days before his inauguration, and then the nomination was delayed for weeks as the administration prepared his ethics paperwork. "During the hearings , Secretary Perdue c...

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U.S. sends 2 more warships carrying 100 planes each to Korean Peninsula

U.S. sends 2 more warships carrying 100 planes each to Korean Peninsula

He said President Obama's failed policy of strategic patience towards North Korea gave them the space they needed to develop long-range missiles and nuclear weapons. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo A...

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North Korea becomes the problem child of East Asia, nay the world

North Korea becomes the problem child of East Asia, nay the world

China, which has repeatedly called for the de-nuclearisation of the Korean peninsula, is increasingly anxious the situation could spin out of control, leading to war and a chaotic collapse of its isol...

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Pentagon chief visits Afghanistan after deadly Taliban attack

Mattis and Nicholson's remarks come just days after the Taliban pulled off the single-most deadly attack against Afghan security forces since the beginning of the war. A military source at the base in...

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Mulvaney: 'We Don't Understand' Why Dems 'Are So Wholeheartedly Against' Border Wall

Mulvaney: 'We Don't Understand' Why Dems 'Are So Wholeheartedly Against' Border Wall

Eyeing ongoing spending bill negotiations as an opportunity, the administration hopes to secure funding to follow through on one of Trump's core campaign promises: to build a wall along the U.S. Cost ...

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GMA 'Surprising' Trump Still Polls Higher Than Hillary

President Donald Trump said on Monday the U.N. Security Council must be prepared to impose new sanctions on North Korea, . They are also dealing with a budget deadline. "Some outlets, some people co...

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Ex-Teacher Tad Cummins Allegedly Planned to Flee US With Girl

Ex-Teacher Tad Cummins Allegedly Planned to Flee US With Girl

Cummins, who is the subject of a five-page criminal complaint filed last week in U.S. District Court in Nashville, is set to appear at 2 p.m.in front of U.S. According to Inside Edition.com , Barry l...

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Arkansas Prepares for 1st Double Execution in US Since 2000

He received injections of three drugs: Midazolam, to render him unconscious; vecuronium bromide, to halt his breathing; and potassium chloride, to stop his heart. Two other pharmaceutical companies wh...

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Flood warnings, advisories issued in Oklahoma after rainfall

Flood warnings, advisories issued in Oklahoma after rainfall

There will be pockets of heavy rain within the rounds that rotate in with an area of low pressure. The storm is moving east at 45 miles per hour, according to the National Weather Service, and bring...

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Sessions tags wrong city for immigrant crimes

Sessions tags wrong city for immigrant crimes

The letter , which was sent to eight other jurisdictions, threatens to withhold a federal grant unless government agencies can prove they are not protecting undocumented immigrants. A spokeswoman for...

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Trump order targets foreign workers

Trump order targets foreign workers

Trump signed the order during his visit to the Snap-on Tools headquarters in Kenosha, Wisconsin. United States lawmakers have already tabled more than half a dozen legislations in the Congress wit...

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As seas turn calm, Italy rescues more than 6000 migrants

As seas turn calm, Italy rescues more than 6000 migrants

Eleven more migrants of unknown origin were pulled from a small vessel in the Mediterranean Sea after a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation aircraft alerted the Spanish maritime rescue service. We are ...

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Congress Returns, Aiming to Avert Government Shutdown, Pass ObamaCare Overhaul

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly told CNN's Dana Bash on Sunday that Trump "will be insistent" about the inclusion of funding for the border wall, noting: "I think it goes without saying that ...

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'A Minute For Your Fries': How McDonalds Stopped A Killer

'A Minute For Your Fries': How McDonalds Stopped A Killer

Authorities have found no evidence of other victims besides Godwin. "I feel bad. The last thing that he would have said was my name and (he) didn't know me or why he was saying it". According to a ...

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Trump signs executive orders to revive US economy

Trump said that a tax reform plan would surface next week and include a " massive tax cut " for individuals and companies. Trump, though, seemed to double down on his promise Saturday, promising in ...

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UC Berkeley Sued Over Ann Coulter's Planned Visit

UC Berkeley Sued Over Ann Coulter's Planned Visit

They say the school, a well-known liberal enclave, cancelled the event "simply because that expression may anger or offend students, UC Berkeley administrators, and/or community members who do not sha...

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