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Seattle Sues Trump Over His Crackdown On Sanctuary Cities

He said the Justice Department would deny money to cities that violate a federal law dealing with information-sharing among local police and federal authorities. He added that city leaders across the ...

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Attempted metro Detroit bank robbery suspect caught on camera

Attempted metro Detroit bank robbery suspect caught on camera

The Dearborn Police is requesting the public's assistance in identifying the male suspect in this incident. On Wednesday, April 5, 2017, at 10:59 a.m., a man entered the bank and passed the teller a n...

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US dismisses Russian assertion Syrian rebels to blame for gas attack

US dismisses Russian assertion Syrian rebels to blame for gas attack

The attack in Khan Sheikhoun, a rebel-held city in the Idlib province, killed at least 75 people and injured hundreds more. "Yesterday's chemical attack, a chemical attack so horrific in Syria again...

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USA trade deficit falls 9.6% in February

The Commerce Department said the trade deficit fell 9.6 percent to 43.6 billion from 48.2 billion in January. In February, exports of goods and services increased 0.2 percent to $192.9 billion, the hi...

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Tornados and apparent twisters, rain, hail around Southeast

Tornados and apparent twisters, rain, hail around Southeast

Henry County is in south Alabama. That means there is a good chance for widespread strong storms throughout the state. Jake Reed, a meteorologist for CNN affiliate WHNT-TV in Huntsville, Alabama, ...

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Manchin, Heitkamp Announce Support For Gorsuch Nomination

McCaskill's stance is not entirely surprising because she is close to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of NY, who is leading the opposition to Gorsuch. If you've tuned in to the debate over the N...

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Favourite Dustin Johnson could miss Masters after suffering 'serious fall'

Johnson's first-round tee time at Augusta National is set for Thursday at 2:03 p.m. ET alongside Bubba Watson and Jimmy Walker. Johnson's agent, David Winkle, released at statement via Golf Digest ...

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6 students injured in Belleville school bus crash

6 students injured in Belleville school bus crash

Twenty-three students and the bus driver, a 44-year-old Methuen man, were taken to local hospitals. Boston reports that the bus was carrying about 40 students on Route 3 when it collided with a va...

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Man in Drunk Lives Matter shirt charged with drunken driving

Man in Drunk Lives Matter shirt charged with drunken driving

Wearing the bright green shirt, Gutshall frowns in the image. On March 19 at approximately 12:15 a.m., police observed a green Ford pickup truck commit multiple traffic violations. The test showed h...

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Rain and a few thunderstorms for Thursday

Rain and a few thunderstorms for Thursday

And Friday will hopefully be the start of a stretch of dry, seasonable weather that will carry us through the upcoming second weekend of April. The rain is expected to begin late tonight . Patchy...

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What Equal Pay Day means for Dayton

Ness, president of the National Partnership in the report. Statistics have long pointed to a difference of about 20 cents less for women doing the same job as men. The gender pay gap gets even wider...

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Payless to close Marley Station location in bankruptcy move

Payless is owned by two private equity groups, which bought the network of shoe stores in 2012. It hopes to modify leases for some other stores or evaluate them for closure. In its filing, Payless sai...

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Military fighter jet crashes near Joint Base Andrews

The F-16 is from the 113th Fighter Wing based at Joint Andrews /National Guard. Homes in the area of the crash have been evacuated. Report of an F-16C down in Clinton, Maryland near Woodelves Wa...

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Just what funding would be lost if Philly remains a sanctuary city?

At the White House press briefing on Monday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions warned sanctuary cities that obstruct the enforcement of federal immigration law that they may stand to lose grant money f...

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Gorsuch: Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley Leads Bid to Block SCOTUS Pick

Gorsuch: Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley Leads Bid to Block SCOTUS Pick

Forty-four Democrats intend to vote against proceeding to final confirmation on Gorsuch, which would be enough to block his nomination under the Senate's existing parliamentary rules that require 60...

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82 people arrested during ICE operation focused on Virginia, DC

She pleaded with him to let her take the document to an attorney. Gibson says before Trump's election, when tenants received similar threats from landlords she'd advise clients that it was highly un...

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Russia, West clash over 'gas' attack

Russia, West clash over 'gas' attack

But his statement that his attitude had changed came after the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, had warned of unilateral American action. presidential election past year through c...

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NCAA: NC back in running to host events after law change

NCAA: NC back in running to host events after law change

And the deal permanently prevents all local and statewide government agencies in North Carolina from setting up trans-friendly bathroom or locker room policies, since they'll no longer be allowed to...

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Opening arguments set in trial of barracks ambush suspect

Nicole Palmer choked up, saying she saw Dickson laying outside motionless. Palmer, the trial's first witness, told the jury that after Dickson asked her for help, she ran back inside to try to alert...

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US hospital shares drop as Republicans weigh healthcare repeal

US hospital shares drop as Republicans weigh healthcare repeal

If President Donald Trump is serious about providing health care for all Americans, he could start by enforcing the law. "We're going to move forward on the things the American people sent us here to ...

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Melania Trump visits school with Jordan's queen and DeVos

Melania Trump visits school with Jordan's queen and DeVos

A mass petition, calling for the First Lady to move to the White House or pay for her own security costs, continues to gain support with the number of signatures crossing half a million. One user ...

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Baltimore officials to judge: Don't delay police overhaul

Baltimore officials to judge: Don't delay police overhaul

He ordered his deputy attorney general and associate attorney general to do immediate reviews of all agreements, compliance reviews and existing or contemplated consent decrees . While local offi...

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Ethics Commission expected to hear Gov. Bentley case

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP ) - The Latest on the Ethics Commission hearing on Gov. Collier accused Bentley of having an affair with senior political adviser Rebekah Caldwell Mason; of using state resource...

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Advertisers flee Bill O'Reilly's show but impact unclear

The comments come following an April 1 New York Times report that revealed O'Reilly has been accused of sexual harassment a number of times . "Don't talk about Bill O'Reilly and a sexual harassment...

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UN Security Council to meet Wednesday on alleged Syria chemical attack

UN Security Council to meet Wednesday on alleged Syria chemical attack

It is also meant to support UN-sponsored peace talks in Geneva where mediator Staffan de Mistura has reported some very modest progress in solving a conflict which has claimed hundreds of thousands of...

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Johnson injures back falling down stairs on eve of Masters

He concedes there may be a thought back to a year ago for Spieth, but not one of trepidation. "My choice this week - Rory McIlroy", Player said. "I mean, look, it's tough to get over". The obvious c...

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Russian Federation says proposed United Nations resolution on Syria 'unacceptable'

The United States officials said that Assad's allies: Russian Federation and Iran must bring him under control. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said at least 58 people died, in...

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Tornado hits Georgia as rain, hail pelts Southeast

Tornado hits Georgia as rain, hail pelts Southeast

Damaging straight-line winds over 70 miles per hour, large hail greater than golf ball size, and strong, long-track tornadoes are possible. The sun could ramp up the power of the storms to cause hig...

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Kushner, Dunford meet with Iraqi prime minister

President's Trumps son-in-law, Jared Kushner, made an unannounced trip to Bagdad along with Joint Chief of Staff Chairman General Joseph Dunford today. The White House confirmed last week that he had...

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Trump Team Members Disclose Finances, Still Hold on to Assets

Trump Team Members Disclose Finances, Still Hold on to Assets

The revelations about Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump were part of a massive White House release of financial disclosure forms Friday night for dozens of its top administration officials. The 35-year...

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Kaine: Gorsuch Filibuster is Different From Stonewalling Garland

Kaine: Gorsuch Filibuster is Different From Stonewalling Garland

The Republicans should, therefore, not even vote on Gorsuch's nomination . Jeff Merkley, D-Ore. speaks on the floor of the Senate on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, April 5, 2017 . He also ...

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Whicker: Spieth whistles past his 2016 graveyard at Augusta

Whicker: Spieth whistles past his 2016 graveyard at Augusta

This is a major and my first time in Augusta. The powerful 22-year-old has impressed many observers and, while his lack of experience may have showed at last month's WGC Match-Play - where he lost...

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Could Russia's Unwavering Alliance with Syria Start WW3?

Could Russia's Unwavering Alliance with Syria Start WW3?

Haunting images of lifeless children piled in heaps reflected the magnitude of the attack, which was reminiscent of a 2013 chemical assault that left hundreds dead and was the worst in the country's r...

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On Equal Pay Day, Wyoming Still Lagging Behind

Ness, president of the National Partnership in the report . Health care support occupations have the closest thing to equal pay, with women only making.3% less than men. It found that men still o...

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Gay rights organizations hail court ruling as 'game changer'

Gay rights organizations hail court ruling as 'game changer'

The issue could still land before the Supreme Court at some point. Lambda secured a rehearing for Hively in which all 11 judges considered her appeal, eventually ruling 8-3 in her favor. When simila...

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