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Multiple people shot at California elementary school

He said the shooting is believed to be a murder-suicide and "there's no further threat". At least two students have been airlifted to a hospital. At least four people have been shot during a suspe...

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House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes temporarily steps aside from Russian Federation investigation

Last month, Nunes, who was a member of Trump's transition team, faced much criticism over his conduct as the committee he chaired began its official investigation. "We requested the Office of Cong...

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Gun theft suspect with Trump manifesto at large

Gun theft suspect with Trump manifesto at large

John McNary, the lead pastor at nearby Heartland Church, in Sun Prairie, told NBC News he saw local police doing extra patrols in the area and that his church had extra security in place on Sunday. ...

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New US Supreme Court justice family has deep Wyoming ties

New US Supreme Court justice family has deep Wyoming ties

President Donald Trump is praising new Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch during a public White House ceremony. He began his legal career as a clerk to the late Byron White, a Democrat from Colorado...

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San Bernardino Elementary School Shooting: 2 Students Shot In Horrific Attack

San Bernardino Elementary School Shooting: 2 Students Shot In Horrific Attack

The assailant was reported as being "down". The shooting happened at a classroom at North Park Elementary School at around 11 a.m. The San Bernardino City Unified School District said the threat had...

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Gorsuch sworn into Supreme Court, vows to serve Constitution

Gorsuch will be the first justice to serve alongside a fellow justice - Kennedy - for whom he was a clerk. Trump noted that Gorsuch's elevation marked the first time in USA history that a sitting ju...

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Kelly says full-scale border wall 'unlikely,' clarifies position on family detentions

Kelly says full-scale border wall 'unlikely,' clarifies position on family detentions

Homeland Security spokesman David Lapan told reporters Tuesday that while the Trump administration's budget request for a more than $2 billion down payment on the wall appears unlikely to win approv...

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Seattle Sues: Mayor Ready to Combat Trump's Executive Orders

Seattle Sues: Mayor Ready to Combat Trump's Executive Orders

Despite Sessions's warning, Hitt says the city has no plans to change its policy. "They make our nation less safe". The executive order characterized sanctuary jurisdictions as jurisdictions that re...

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Trump removes top strategist Steve Bannon from the Security Council

Bannon was given a seat the NSC shortly after Trump ascended into the White House, a rare responsibility for senior White House advisers. "In classic Trump Administration style, it seems there is co...

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Iran's Rouhani condemns U.S. attack on Syria, chides Gulf Arabs

Iran's Rouhani condemns U.S. attack on Syria, chides Gulf Arabs

Some critics thought the strike was a useless show of power. However, he said the administration wants an global "political solution" to the 6-year-long civil war to remove Assad that includes Assad...

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Alabama governor to face impeachment hearings

Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley speaks during a news conference on Friday, April 7, 2017, outside the Alabama Capitol building in Montgomery, Ala. Robert Bentley (R) will begin on Monday after a judge pre...

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Dustin Johnson is confident heading into Masters

Jordan Spieth catches a ball on the 14th hole during a practice round for the Masters golf tournament Tuesday, April 4, 2017, in Augusta, Ga. This course is the site of one of his greatest triumphs - ...

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Let's Talk About The White House's Two 'Rival' West Wing Factions

Let's Talk About The White House's Two 'Rival' West Wing Factions

The session was "an attempt to smooth things over/get on the same page and move forward on President Trump's agenda", the official said. At its core are Mr. Trump became unhappy with disagreements amo...

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Lakers down Timberwolves at buzzer despite Towns' big game

Lakers down Timberwolves at buzzer despite Towns' big game

Russell's game-winner allowed the Lakers (25-55) to win four in a row for the first time in four seasons. But after D'Angelo was surrounded by his teammates, nearly choking him as they showed their ...

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Fox Will Investigate Bill O'Reilly Harassment Claims, Says Lawyer

Attorney Lisa Bloom says that attorneys for Fox News promised they will investigate host Bill O'Reilly for alleged sexual harassment. Fox will conduct an investigation into the numerous sexual h...

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Putin and Rouhani Condemn US Airstrikes in Syria in Phone Call

Russia's not going to have your back anymore. "In no way do we see peace in that area with Assad as the head of the Syrian government", Haley told NBC's "Meet the Press". U.S. Treasury officials say...

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Aspen Skiing Co., KSL buying Intrawest Resorts Holdings

Aspen Skiing Co., KSL buying Intrawest Resorts Holdings

It is being bought by a newly formed entity controlled by affiliates of the Aspen Skiing Co. With skier ranks mostly flat, these two will battle it out with independent resorts that will either huddle...

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Harden's triple-double helps Rockets drub Kings

Harden's triple-double helps Rockets drub Kings

Harden, on the other hand, posted tallies of 20.5 points, 12.3 dimes and 7.3 boards per game against the Thunder. He added nine more in the third quarter when the Rockets continued making 3-pointer...

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Iowa man charged with killing mother, father and sister

Iowa man charged with killing mother, father and sister

The community held an emotional memorial Saturday night to honor family that was found dead in their home in Bondurant. The bodies of 58-year-old Mark Nicholson, 56-year-old Charla Nicholson and 24-...

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Six People Killed in Clashes Between Police, Protesters in India's Kashmir

Six People Killed in Clashes Between Police, Protesters in India's Kashmir

IMAGE: Security personnel stand guard at a polling booth during byelection to the Srinagar Lok Sabha seat. Nearly 70 per cent of the polling booths in Budgam district were abandoned by the pollin...

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Hop over to a hunt

Hop over to a hunt

It's the season of pastel colors, bunnies, flowers and sunshine and with that comes the traditional Easter egg hunt. Maps will be available the day of the egg hunts to help direct parents to the locat...

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Barely-Dems Begin to Buckle On Gorsuch Filibuster

Barely-Dems Begin to Buckle On Gorsuch Filibuster

As of now, Gorsuch claims support from 54 senators - the 52 Republicans, along with two moderate Democrats who are up for re-election in states Trump won, Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Heidi Heitka...

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New Mexico school lunch law outlaws shamming

New Mexico school lunch law outlaws shamming

Further, all learning institutions in the state must champion efforts to educate families of students about federal lunch subsidies or the availability of cheaper options. The Hunger-Free Students' B...

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NY set to make state college tuition free for middle class

They finished voting just after 10:30 p.m. Sunday. The budget was due by April 1, but hard negotiations delayed passage. Democrats and Republicans during the budget debate Sunday had criticisms of t...

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Twin blasts in Egypt churches kill 40 people, ISIS claim responsibility

Twin blasts in Egypt churches kill 40 people, ISIS claim responsibility

Shortly after, the Egyptian Health Ministry reported a second Palm Sunday attack in Egypt at a church in Alexandria, where bombings killed at least 6 and wounded 66 more. Egypt has been battling a gro...

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Lawsuit Alleges Seattle Mayor Ed Murray Raped Teen 30 Years Ago

The mayor himself said he would "not back down". Essex Porter was at the news conference for a report on KIRO 7 News at 5 p.m. Watch on-air or here. As Murray finished his comments, he stepped awa...

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Manhunt for armed Wisconsin man shifts to protection of churches

Manhunt for armed Wisconsin man shifts to protection of churches

Mary's Church in Janesville Sunday morning, but that the man was loading weapons in his vehicle to go target shooting. Jakubowski allegedly broke into the Armageddon Supplies gun shop in Janesville ...

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Delta Still Dealing with Delays, Cancellations Following Storms

With over 3,000 cancellations, this week's travel woes surpassed the issues Delta Air Lines faced in August 2016 when 2,300 flights were canceled due to a power outage caused by a fire at a Delta da...

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Hillary Clinton responds to Syria strike

In her first interview since she lost, Clinton said she "wrestles" with the fact that her gender did influence the results. Asked about the USA policy in Syria and the recent intervention, Clinton...

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Health care reboot? White House pushing for new plan

Members of the House Freedom Caucus who blasted the first bill as "Obamacare lite" are reviewing a White House idea that would let states apply for a waiver from Obamacare insurance regulations that h...

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USA dispatches warship group to Korean area

Trump and South Korea's leader, acting President Hwang Kyo-Ahn, spoke by phone on Friday, according to the White House, which said they agreed to stay in close contact about North Korea and other issu...

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Search continues for man accused of stealing guns, sending manifesto to Trump

Spoden said police had found a 161-page manifesto that Jakubowski had allegedly written and sent to Trump Tuesday at the White House. "As a result of anti-religion sentiment depicted in Jakubowski's...

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Wisconsin churches on alert amid hunt for gun theft suspect

Wisconsin churches on alert amid hunt for gun theft suspect

Due to those messages, Janesville police and Rock County Sheriff's Office will increase patrol near churches and places of worship on Sunday. As of Sunday morning, officers still had 50 leads that nee...

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Rock Hall 2017 class includes Yes, Pearl Jam, Tupac and Journey

He then joined Yes for a set that included " Roundabout " and "Owner of a Lonely Heart". Baez performed " Swing Low, Sweet Chariot " and was joined by the Indigo Girls and Mary Chapin Carpenter ...

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Highest ranking woman in House disagrees on gender pay equity bill

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-California, posted a series of tweets , including: "The Pay Gap is an affront to women's contributions to our communities". Women working construction only make ...

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