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Rock Singer Chris Cornell Dead at 52, Timbaland and Anderson .Paak React

Rock Singer Chris Cornell Dead at 52, Timbaland and Anderson .Paak React

In 2006, his song "You Know My Name" for the film Casino Royale won a Golden Globe award. "I'll see you one day up in heaven". The Detroit Free Press reported that Detroit police social media ...

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Commission set up to probe U.S. voter fraud

White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the commission would be bipartisan and composed of about a dozen members, including current and former state election officials and experts . Com...

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USA must explain Western Wall comment

USA must explain Western Wall comment

While Mr Trump is set to become the first serving U.S. president to visit Jerusalem's Western Wall, Mr Netanyahu will not be present, the White House said on Tuesday. US officials announced ahead ...

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Donald Trump shared highly classified info with Russians

Donald Trump shared highly classified info with Russians

Russian President Vladimir Putin offered on Wednesday to provide a transcript of a controversial Oval Office meeting between President Donald Trump and Russia's foreign minister to prove that Trump di...

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Stadium for Rams, Chargers delayed; won't open until 2020

Stadium for Rams, Chargers delayed; won't open until 2020

That caused deep pools of water on the construction grounds, some as high as 15 feet, and stopped construction work for nearly 2 months, thus delaying the project. The Inglewood stadium is also a lync...

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Tornado touches down in Oklahoma, no injuries reported

The weather service said it received reports of more than two dozen tornado sightings Tuesday night across the five states of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska and Wisconsin. Several poultry barns at ...

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Immigrant Legislator Breaks Down While Speaking Out Against Texas Immigration Bill

Immigrant Legislator Breaks Down While Speaking Out Against Texas Immigration Bill

Gov. Abbott has pledged to sign the bill, prompting Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff to send a letter to the governor's office. Supporters said Texas now has some of the nation's highest fees fo...

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Congressman calls for Trump's impeachment on House floor

The process is spelled out in the Constitution: Article II, Section 4 specifies that "the President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeach...

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Ryan backs Trump, cautions against 'rush to judgment'

Ryan backs Trump, cautions against 'rush to judgment'

Putin, who still hopes Moscow can fix battered ties with the United States despite a deepening political scandal in the United States related to Trump's purported Russian Federation ties, said Moscow ...

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Trump threatens to cancel press briefings, unhappy with Comey coverage

Whether Trump was suggesting there are actually tapes of their conversations is unknown at present. I think loyalty to the country, loyalty to the United States, is important. Trump whispers to Co...

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Manning has attire discretion under Army status

The transgender army private was called a hero among some, but others denounced her leaks and called her a traitor. The day after she was sentenced, Manning revealed that she was a trans woman and c...

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Click It Or Ticket Enforcement Ramps Up Next Week

Click It Or Ticket Enforcement Ramps Up Next Week

During the campaign, officers will be issuing citations for operators and passengers who are not properly using their seat belts. As of August, 2016, Pennsylvania law mandates that children under tw...

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2 women dead in crash on Route 44 in Plymouth

2 women dead in crash on Route 44 in Plymouth

For unknown reasons, Murphy was driving westbound in the eastbound lanes of USA 50 in Annapolis. An adult and a child were critically injured in the crash and were flown to hospitals, according to s...

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Embiid: Cavaliers 'going down' to 76ers soon

The Sixers would receive both picks in that scenario. If the Sixers were to trade down to a lower spot for a team that's eager to get Jackson, they could acquire an asset and still be able to take a q...

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Third Confederate monument taken down by New Orleans

Third Confederate monument taken down by New Orleans

Last week, the city removed a 6-foot statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis from its pedestal. A legal dispute about the ownership of the land where the Beauregard statue was has been set...

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Effort to block Confederate statue's removal goes to court

A statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis in New Orleans was removed early Thursday, as authorities wore masks and worked in the dark in the hope of minimizing conflict. "The truth was tha...

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Crews remove Jefferson Davis monument

Beauregard. The statue is the second of four monuments relating to the Confederacy that's in the process of being removed by the city, after the protests and legal challenges . Lee monuments mean ...

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President Donald Trump Illuminates the White House in Blue to Honor LE

Since last year's DPS Peace Officer Memorial Service on May 17, 2016, another 18 officers were killed in the line of duty in Texas. It's also said that the Lord is close to the broken-hearted. But the...

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Ford Cutting White-Collar Jobs, Mostly Via Buyouts

The Ford Motor Company is planning to cut its global workforce by about 10%. Ford declined to comment on the matter, but said its goal is to " drive profitable growth ". During his election camp...

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Putin offers to hand over records of Trump-Lavrov meeting

He insisted that Trump did not share information about "sources and methods" because he was not aware of the source of the intelligence at the time he discussed it with the Russians. "I guess I was ...

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Sen. Mike Lee Says Trump Is 'Fully Cooperating' With Russia Investigation

Alice Fisher, a high-ranking Justice Department official in former President George W. Bush's administration, was among those scheduled to be interviewed Saturday. She also served as deputy special co...

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1 death as tornado hits Oklahoma subdivision

1 death as tornado hits Oklahoma subdivision

In 2011, when devastating tornadoes struck in Joplin, Missouri, and in Alabama and MS, 111 of the 551 people killed nationwide in tornadoes, or 20 percent, were in mobile homes, according to the Storm...

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Gov. Edwards: Confederate statue bill unnecessarily divisive

Gov. Edwards: Confederate statue bill unnecessarily divisive

Former U.S. Senate candidate Rob Maness said the bill is about protecting military veteran monuments. Democratic Rep. Sam Jones of Franklin probed Carmody multiple times, asking him whether he tho...

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Boos drown out Betsy DeVos' speech at Bethune-Cookman graduation

Boos drown out Betsy DeVos' speech at Bethune-Cookman graduation

DeVos is a noted supporter of voucher schemes and " school choice " as opposed to federal oversight of the education system. Critics believe DeVos' positions will harm traditional public schools and w...

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Jury acquits Tulsa officer in shooting of unarmed black man

Shelby has pleaded not guilty to first-degree manslaughter in the death of 40-year-old Terence Crutcher. A group of protestors block Denver Ave. near the Tulsa County Courthouse following the not gu...

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Putin: US pols may have 'political schizophrenia,' or be 'stupid' or 'dangerous'

Putin cast the current turmoil engulfing Washington as " political schizophrenia " during a joint news conference with visiting Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni, and said that USA politician...

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White House pushes back against leak allegations to Russian Federation

President Trump has confirmed that he disclosed "facts" to the Russians during their Oval Office visit. Two Israeli intelligence officials expressed their fears about sharing information with th...

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Fractious House panel at centre of latest Trump probes

Carlos Curbelo spoke out even before he did , pointing out on Tuesday night that "obstruction of justice - in the case of Nixon, in the case of Clinton in the late 90s - has been considered an impeach...

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Emergency declared at Hanford nuclear site in Washington state

A cave-in at a mostly decommissioned USA nuclear site has prompted an emergency warning from the Department of Energy . Robert Alvarez, a former Energy Department official, told the Washington P...

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1 killed in reported Wisconsin tornado; 25 hurt

Authorities say at least one person died and an estimated 25 others were injured when a tornado struck a trailer park near Chetek in western Wisconsin. Storms and tornadoes have caused widespread dama...

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Belt And Road Initiative Summit Wraps Up In Beijing

Belt And Road Initiative Summit Wraps Up In Beijing

The forum took place on May 14-15 and involved 29 state leaders from Europe, Latin America and Asia, including Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Czech President Milos Zeman, Greek Premier Alexis...

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Eight more frat members arraigned on charges in death of Timothy Piazza

Eight more frat members arraigned on charges in death of Timothy Piazza

At about 10 a.m., fraternity members found the 19-year-old in the basement lying on his back, breathing heavily and with blood on his face. The fraternity also has been charged in Piazza's death. "I'm...

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US airlines meet with Homeland Security on expanding laptop ban

US airlines meet with Homeland Security on expanding laptop ban

Earlier this year on March 21, the U.S. had prohibited travelers from carrying electronic devices bigger than the smartphone into the cabins of flights taking-off from eight countries . Tourism figur...

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2 dead after tornadoes hit Oklahoma, Wisconsin

Chetek Mayor Jeff Martin said community members also were pitching in. SkyFOX flew above the Prairie Lake Estates mobile home park which took a direct hit. The station says there were multiple injur...

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Confederate New Orleans monument comes down

Around 8:30 p.m., a crane had arrived ahead of its apparent removal. The Monumental Task Committee, in perhaps its most strongly-worded statement since the removal of the statues began , said the s...

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