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Giant Gator Spotted Walking Up Behind SC Golfers

Giant Gator Spotted Walking Up Behind SC Golfers

Moores told the Post and Courier of Charleston (http://bit.ly/2mNHH5n) she was taking photographs at a golf fundraiser for a free medical clinic Monday when the gator approached some golfers who had...

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Fake doctor gets 10 years for bogus, deadly butt injections

Fake doctor gets 10 years for bogus, deadly butt injections

Side effects from the years-old injections left the mother of three feeling sick. Her patients called her "Duchess". WPLG Local 10 reports that Morris also used tire fix substances to enhance ...

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Student arrested; threat forces evacuation of Kansas City-area high school

Student arrested; threat forces evacuation of Kansas City-area high school

During the struggle what may have been a weapon fell from the pocket of one of the students. The student injured his arm during the process. The school was put on lockdown while MCSO, GJPD and the C...

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Another 'bathroom bill' repeal fails in North Carolina

Yet, despite a dearth of anecdotal or statistical evidence to support HB2 proponents' contention that the law protects women and girls from sexual predators, Republican lawmakers have continued to def...

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Judge Approves $97 Million Settlement To Replace Flint's Water Lines

Judge Approves $97 Million Settlement To Replace Flint's Water Lines

The multi-million dollar settlement forces the state of MI to pay almost $0 million to fix the pipes. In addition, the proposed settlement requires state officials to pay $895,000 to plaintiffs who ...

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Mayor Adler responds to "Sanctuary City" statement from US Attorney General

Shockingly, there are more than 200 sanctuary cities in the United States that ignore federal law by refusing to prosecute illegal aliens or report them to immigration services. Cities and towns a...

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Raiders headed to Vegas

Thanks for listening, and please leave a review on iTunes if you like the show! Instead, the owners approved the Rams' relocation and gave the Chargers an option to join them, which they exerc...

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Mom upset about Texas airport pat down of special needs son

Mom upset about Texas airport pat down of special needs son

I'm willing to bet the mother was letting people know they had a connection to catch, but it took TSA 43-minutes to go through 3 bags. Not only that, she says the TSA deliberately kept them from their...

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White House calls for domestic cuts to finance border wall

White House calls for domestic cuts to finance border wall

The Trump administration will also have to contend with unfavorable geography and many legal battles. On Sunday, the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Mexico posted an editorial titled "Treason against ...

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Trump associates may have conspired with Russian hacker group, claims United States officials

US officials spoke to CNN concerning the investigation, saying that the information being uncovered suggests the possibility that Trump associates did, in fact, coordinate with a foreign country d...

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New Jersey bridge case defendants to be sentenced Wednesday

Prosecutors urged a federal judge in Newark to send a strong message against public corruption by sentencing Bill Baroni and Bridget Anne Kelly to prison. Baroni's attorneys submitted 115 letters on h...

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Liberal group running ads against Gorsuch nomination

Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee asked for a week's delay in the panel's confirmation vote, meaning it will be next week at the earliest before the appointment of the 10th Circuit judge c...

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Questions, answers about funding threats to sanctuary cities

Questions, answers about funding threats to sanctuary cities

The US Attorney-General has warned US cities that turning a blind eye to illegal migrants could jeopardise billions in federal funding, as the Trump administration doubled down on tough immigration po...

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White House staff also will skip correspondents dinner

White House staff also will skip correspondents dinner

Donald Trump will be the first sitting president since the 1970s to skip the event. The WHCA board regrets this decision very much. This year's dinner has been fraught , given the animosity betwe...

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Health Report Says Saratoga Is Healthiest County In NY State

Health Report Says Saratoga Is Healthiest County In NY State

Bronx County also struggles in "clinical care", according to the study, which refers to the accessibility of health care. For example, 20 percent of adults in Bibb County smoke, versus 16 percent in J...

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Driver strikes Capitol Police cruiser, taken into custody

The incident prompted a large police response. "The individual has been taken into custody". The source also said there was damage to a police cruiser. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is ass...

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Moe Wagner's big game sends MI past Louisville in NCAA Tournament

Moe Wagner's big game sends MI past Louisville in NCAA Tournament

In fact, when he came back into the game with around three or four minutes left, I tweeted that he was going to hit a couple of big shots down the stretch. They avoided foul trouble. They shoot well f...

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Spicer: Trump Has 'Met With Individuals' About Health Care Bill Strategy

When he released the text of the Ryancare bill, the Speaker said : "Obamacare is rapidly collapsing". Trump himself isn't giving up. "We saw good overtures from those members from different part...

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Another round of strong-to-severe thunderstorms likely on Wednesday

Another round of strong-to-severe thunderstorms likely on Wednesday

They remain on the lower end of the threat scale though with only isolated severe weather possible. Sunday's severe weather happened as residents in the Deep South cleared branches and worked to res...

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What led to the US Supreme Court's student disabilities ruling?

His parents pulled him out of a public schools in Douglas County, south of Denver, after his behavior deteriorated dramatically and he made what they said was nearly no academic progress. "Heartbrea...

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Gov't watchdog to examine cost of Trump's Florida travel

Tom Udall from New Mexico called the "Mar-a-Lago Act" that calls on the president to begin keeping visitor logs at the White House and his private properties. But she said she fears Trump's regular p...

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O'Reilly: If GOP Won't Unite, ObamaCare Stays As-Is

O'Reilly: If GOP Won't Unite, ObamaCare Stays As-Is

A Republican plan backed by Trump to overhaul the USA healthcare system was pulled on Friday after it failed to garner enough support to pass the Republican-controlled House of Representatives. But ...

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Austere Texas spending bill passes Senate amid budget woes

Jane Nelson, the Senate's top budget writer. To be sure, these expenditures would be for priority items such as honoring the state's Medicaid obligations, funding transportation needs, strengthening...

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Calls grow for Nunes to recuse himself from Russia probe

And Representative Devin Nunes has been asked to recuse from the investigation due to actions of his own last week. The panel had earlier canceled a planned public hearing for Tuesday with several f...

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Irritating food hurts TSA agents at New York airport

Irritating food hurts TSA agents at New York airport

The bag had set off an alarm at the checkpoint at about 5:30 a.m., and Port Authority police were notified, the TSA said. Port Authority spokesman Joe Pentangelo (pehn-TAN'-jeh-loh) says initial rep...

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Bitter GOP finger-pointing clouds path for Trump agenda

Republican U.S. Representative Ted Poe resigned from the House Freedom Caucus on Sunday over the conservative legislative group's role in sinking a healthcare overhaul championed by President Donald...

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Environmental groups vowing to fight Trump climate actions

The administration is still in discussion about whether it intends to withdraw from the Paris Agreement on climate change. Environmentalists say clean energy would create thousands of new jobs and f...

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House Republicans Renew Plans to Repeal Obamacare After Failed First Attempt

One suggested the Senate might draft its own bill to accomplish what House Republicans couldn't. "We are all going to work together and listen together until we get this right", House Speaker Paul...

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Test tornado drill to be conducted Wednesday

Test tornado drill to be conducted Wednesday

During the evening hours, some of the most severe t-storms could move along the Gulf Coast, affecting southern counties of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama, before sliding into the Florida panhand...

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Spiders theoretically could eat every human on Earth in one year

Spiders theoretically could eat every human on Earth in one year

Literally, there is good chance that few of them gazing at you right now . Between 3,000 and 5,000 bird species eat a diet that's between 20 and 95% made of spider. These all figures have returned ...

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Trump Believes Republicans And Democrats Can 'Make A Deal' On Health Care

The vote is part of an extensive effort that Republicans have undertaken to void an array of regulations issued during the final months of Democratic President Barack Obama's tenure. Speaking on "...

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Time for some common sense on affordable health care

Time for some common sense on affordable health care

But some members of Congress are already hinting they want to try again. But House Speaker Paul Ryan would not provide a timetable for a bill, saying they wanted to "get this right". "I don't think ...

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Utah Man Killed in London Attack Graduated from Md. High School

Utah Man Killed in London Attack Graduated from Md. High School

Basu, who also serves as Britain's senior national coordinator for counterterrorism policing, said Wednesday's attack - in which Masood ran down pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge before f...

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North Carolina's "Bathroom Bill" Is Bad for Business

North Carolina's anti-LGBT House Bill 2 will cost the state an estimated $3.76 billion in lost business over the course of 12 years, according to a new estimate from the Associated Press . "That lang...

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Judge says Trump's statements "highly relevant"

The revamped executive order had been due to take effect at midnight (0400 GMT), but a federal judge in Hawaii froze Trump's efforts to close USA borders to nationals of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan...

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