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Supreme Court Rules in Favor of a Colorado Special Ed Student

In August 2015, the United States 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled the school district did provide a "a free appropriate public education". "They don't do it at that end of Pennsylvania Avenue an...

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Devin Nunes says he'll continue to lead Russian Federation inquiry

Devin Nunes says he'll continue to lead Russian Federation inquiry

Mike Rogers, the head of the National Security Agency. During the White House briefing Tuesday, Press Secretary Sean Spicer flat-out denied there was any truth to the report . Nunes, who was a memb...

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'Angel of Death' serial killer dies after attack in prison

Harvey pleaded guilty to murdering 37 people in 1987, but later said that he had killed as many as 50 more. The former nurse's aide serial killer known as the "Angel of Death" after killing dozens o...

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Agency follows a uniquely American way of funding arts

Agency follows a uniquely American way of funding arts

We've been through this before, primarily because of a few grants the NEA awarded to such artists as Robert Mapplethorpe and Andres Serrano almost 30 years ago that some lawmakers found objectionable....

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Vote on whether to impeach Alabama governor may come quickly

Vote on whether to impeach Alabama governor may come quickly

If impeached, Bentley would be just the third US governor to be removed from office since 1929. Sharman now plans to present the investigation's finding to the House Judiciary Committee next Friday,...

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Border Wall Bids Deadline Extended for Another Week

Border Wall Bids Deadline Extended for Another Week

It's unlikely that Congress's fiscal-year 2017 budget will include any provisions for funding the wall. The wall has taken on new complexities as politicians in Washington have become more familia...

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Children Electrocuted By Power Lines Knocked Down During Storm

Children Electrocuted By Power Lines Knocked Down During Storm

Kyle Faulkner with the Fort Woth Fire Department. Rescuers were called at around 6:15 p.m. after another kid was able to escape danger and find help. When fire crews arrived at the scene, they found t...

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'Sanctuary Cities' Promise Legal Fight After Sessions Threatens Funds

'Sanctuary Cities' Promise Legal Fight After Sessions Threatens Funds

The city of Seattle sued U.S. President Donald Trump's administration on Wednesday over its executive order seeking to withhold federal funds from " sanctuary cities ", arguing it amounted to un...

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Gov't Watchdog to Probe Cost, Security of Trump's Florida Trips

The February filing was inspired, in part, by images circulated of Trump golfing with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the Palm Beach resort. During Wednesday's White House news conference, FOX 5...

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'Fearless Girl' statue is here to stay

On Monday morning, several NY officials including Rep. "She spoke to the moment". Mayor Bill de Blasio echoed the sentiment when he announced the statue's extension: "Now, she'll be asserting he...

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Kentucky Outfoxes Ball, Bruins

Kentucky Outfoxes Ball, Bruins

Kentucky guard De'Aaron Fox heads to the hoop against UCLA in the second half of an NCAA college basketball tournament South Regional semifinal game Friday, March 24, 2017, in Memphis, Tenn. The combi...

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Immigration judge approves release of jailed 'dreamer' Daniel Ramirez

ICE issued this statement: "Following last week's decision by the U.S. District Court that his case should proceed in immigration court, Mr. Ramirez's counsel requested a bond hearing with the Executi...

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Federal judge extends order blocking Trump's revised travel ban

Federal judge extends order blocking Trump's revised travel ban

According to the Associated Press , Hawaii's attorney general Douglas Chin told the judge the controversial measure issued from the White House on January 27 and then revised on March 6 was like a "n...

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Wineries file suit against state

Wineries file suit against state

Nan Bailly said as Minnesota's oldest winery, they've struggled to keep up with the demand for their wines because of these restrictions. But, state law requiring Minnesota grapes make up the majority...

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2 White House Officials Were Sources of Intel for Nunes — NY Times

2 White House Officials Were Sources of Intel for Nunes — NY Times

McMaster. Nunes has previously said he was "alarmed" by the reports he viewed, though he conceded they all appeared to be legally collected through routine foreign surveillance. That information wa...

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The anti-Trump: Rep. Maxine Waters' no-holds-barred remarks find fans

Your husbands , fathers, sons and daughters do, too. If those facts are articulated and defined in ways people can understand, I [don't] think people could afford to stand with him - not even our mos...

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North Carolina Lawmakers, Governor Announce 'Compromise' To Repeal 'Bathroom Bill'

Gay rights activists are across the street from the Executive Mansion, protesting a deal to repeal a North Carolina law known as the "bathroom bill". Bishop said that the bill, at best, delayed ac...

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Tension Mounts as Intel Chairman Cancels Public Russia Hearing

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has volunteered to testify before the House Intelligence Committee, the committee's chairman told reporters Friday. Most likely, he continued, the inte...

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Two White House officials helped give Nunes intelligence reports

Two White House officials helped give Nunes intelligence reports

Mr. Cohen-Watnick is a former Defense Intelligence Agency official who was originally brought to the White House by Michael T. Flynn, the former national security adviser. Spicer during Thursday's bri...

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DREAMer Detained For The Past Six Weeks Granted Release On Bond

The case has drawn national attention because Ramirez was arrested February 10 even though he has no criminal record and twice qualified for benefits under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ...

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Ivanka Trump Will Become Unpaid Federal Employee: Advisor to the President

Ivanka Trump Will Become Unpaid Federal Employee: Advisor to the President

She still won't get paid; she and her husband, Jared Kushner, are now both unpaid advisers to the president. Mr. Trump's 35-year-old daughter has contributed significantly to her father's campaign, tr...

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Special Education Students Deserve Challenging Curriculum, Rules Supreme Court

Lee asked Gorsuch if he would face recusal from a case if he committed during the hearings to how he would rule on a certain issue. A man walks up the steps of the U.S. The Republicans found some...

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National Review to GOP: Be Ready to Use Nuke Option on Gorsuch

McCaskill is in a politically tight spot on Gorsuch's nomination, which could come up for a vote as early as next week. Additionally, fewer than 25 percent of the public say that the Senate should v...

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Top aide to President Donald Trump leaves administration

Walsh was one of the few women holding a senior role in the Trump White House and was seen as a strong force for organization, though some Trump loyalists viewed her with suspicion because of her root...

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Chicago teen reportedly gang-raped as 40 people watched on Facebook Live

The girl's mother told Chicago's WGN-TV that the girl's uncle told her she was on Facebook Live and that's when she notified Johnson. Johnson became personally involved in the case after the gir...

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Miami police arrest 19-year-old suspect in ambush of two detectives

Miami police arrest 19-year-old suspect in ambush of two detectives

According to the report, Thompson was lying in bed with his hands under his body. A suspect who was arrested in the shooting of two Miami-Dade police officers had been arrested by one of the underco...

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NC lawmakers reach deal to repeal the state's 'bathroom bill'

It also means they can not seek such protections from local government for years. The compromise deal repeals HB2. But there is also a concession to conservatives: regulation of public bathrooms is ...

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Ivanka Trump gets unpaid White House gig

Ivanka Trump gets unpaid White House gig

Trump for her decision, which recognizes that it would have been wrong for her to function as a White House employee and not be subject to the same rules that apply to other White House employees", he...

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General Assembly to consider HB2 repeal hours before NCAA's deadline

It now goes to Cooper, who is expected to sign the bill into law. The deal leaves regulation of bathrooms exclusively in control of the state, meaning that cities and local governments can't pass th...

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President Donald Trump's Latest Muslim Ban Has Just Been Blocked Indefinitely

President Donald Trump's Latest Muslim Ban Has Just Been Blocked Indefinitely

Hawaii was the first USA state to contest the new travel ban, the original version of which was struck down by courts after a tumultuous roll-out. "State Attorney General Douglas Chin told Watson the ...

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Merkel's sweeping victory in state election dims "Schultz effect"

The German government has denied receiving a "bill" or an "invoice" amounting to billions of dollars "owed" by Germany to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. Merkel's center-right CDU with 34 percent....

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3 storm chasers die in vehicle crash while pursuing tornado

Williamson was not wearing his seat belt". "How tragic it was because they're both very nice people, outstanding in the neighborhood communities and everything, and it is such a tragic, such a tragi...

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VP Pence casts tie-breaking vote in Senate on Planned Parenthood funding

Title X money can not be used to pay for abortions, but Republicans still oppose giving grants to organizations that offer abortion services. Congress appropriated about $286 million in fiscal 2016...

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Malloy: Connecticut compliant with immigration law

Malloy: Connecticut compliant with immigration law

Governor Malloy has already sent recommendations to schools across the state telling them that if Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents come to a school, don't let them in. Malloy was responding ...

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Theresa May to trigger Brexit on March 29

Theresa May to trigger Brexit on March 29

A Downing Street spokesman said Mrs May had told her ministers the letter would "set the tone for our new relationship with Europe and the world". The Prime Minister has previously threatened to w...

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