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10 thoughts on the NCAA championship game - no whistle needed

10 thoughts on the NCAA championship game - no whistle needed

So it was hardly shocking when they got zero first-place votes in the preseason AP and coaches polls. Settling into their game, Gonzaga appeared to shock UNC with their size and strength inside. This ...

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Pro-Lifers Are Celebrating Gorsuch's Confirmation to SCOTUS

Pro-Lifers Are Celebrating Gorsuch's Confirmation to SCOTUS

Republicans blocked Barack Obama from filling the seat all previous year. His ascension will restore the nation's highest court to its 5-4 conservative majority. Gorsuch's confirmation ends a 14-month...

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United States strikes win global praise, but ratchet up Russian Federation tension

Former President Barack Obama had turned back from military intervention against the Assad regime in 2013 and President Donald Trump has been opposed to USA involvement in the Syrian civil war. "It is...

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Baltimore Wants Police Reform. Trump's DOJ May Not Let That Happen

Baltimore Wants Police Reform. Trump's DOJ May Not Let That Happen

On Wednesday, a federal judge rejected a Justice Department request to delay Thursday's hearing. The department said it wanted time to review the plan and determine whether the proposal would hind...

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Russia Denounces Western Coalition's Crimes in Iraq

Airwars, a nongovernment organization that monitors reports of civilian casualties in worldwide airstrikes, has asserted that at least 2,831 civilians are likely to have been killed as of March 28 b...

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Indian shot dead in US; Probe underway

Indian shot dead in US; Probe underway

Swaraj tweeted."On 6 April two miscreants entered the shop at 1.30 am". They snatched the cash from the victim. Ms Swaraj tweeted, "We are coordinating with the investigative agencies". Police said ...

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Senate confirms Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court

Senate confirms Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court

The Senate has confirmed Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, bringing a contentious 14-month partisan battle to a close after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia. The outcome was a major win for Trump...

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US Labor Department to delay 'fiduciary' rule for 60 days pending review

US Labor Department to delay 'fiduciary' rule for 60 days pending review

In February, a US federal court judge in Texas upheld the DOL fiduciary rule in a lawsuit challenging it. The rule would expand the definition of fiduciary, impacting financial advisers providing re...

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McIlroy rues cruel ricochet that leaves him five back

Zach Johnson will leave the Masters' green jacket for someone else this year. KEY STAT: The quartet atop the leaderboard is the biggest 36-hole logjam at the tournament in 44 years. Given the histor...

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Allegations against Susan Rice should be a high priority for Congress

Rice, in the Trump construction, may have masterminded a Richard Nixon-like campaign of spying on Obama's political opponents, one that stretched back years before the presidential transition in whi...

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Made tremendous progress in ties with China

Trump informed South Korean Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn in a Saturday telephone call of his summit discussion with Xi. Points of tension like North Korea's nuclear ambitions and the U.S-China trade i...

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West Virginia Senate backs budget with spending cuts

West Virginia Senate backs budget with spending cuts

This differs from the original version of the bill and the medical marijuana programs in most other states. No smokable or edibles will be included in this bill, but pills and creams will be allowed. ...

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Prosecutor to Hernandez jury: 'You know who the killer is'

Prosecutor to Hernandez jury: 'You know who the killer is'

Jurors must decide whether the fallen National Football League star pulled the trigger of a.38-caliber Smith & Wesson revolver on July 16, 2012, when prosecutors say he stalked Daniel de Abreu, 29, ...

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Judge denies United States request to delay Baltimore police reform hearing

But, he added, policing was "really the job of local officials" and "reasonable minds may differ" on whether the Baltimore agreement was the best way forward. The Justice Department on Monday asked ...

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Russian Federation suspends Syria flight safety deal with USA after missile attack

Russian Federation reacted strongly to America's missile strike on Syria early Friday, calling it an "act of aggression" and suspending an agreement that prevents direct conflict between US and Russia...

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Dog attacks on mail carriers rise again as online sales boom

DeCarlo. The top three cities with the most attacks were Los Angeles (80), Houston (62) and Cleveland (60). The postal service released the annual report to coincide with National Dog Bite Prev...

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Suspect arrested over Stockholm terror attack

Earlier, prosecutor Hans Ihrman said a person had been formally identified as a suspect "of terrorist offenses by murder", and should face a pre-trial custody hearing before midday Tuesday or be relea...

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Federal judge in Baltimore approves sweeping plan for police reforms

Justice Department. The DOJ lawyers were turned down in a delay request Wednesday. "The consent decree needs to be passed for us to feel we can call on the Baltimore Police Department without them...

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Pinwheels to prevent child abuse and neglect

Pinwheels to prevent child abuse and neglect

The number of child abuse cases continues to climb in Douglas County. It's bad enough that the child doesn't understand the ramifications because honestly the frontal lobe doesn't develop until you're...

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US Senate confirms Gorsuch to Supreme Court

US Senate confirms Gorsuch to Supreme Court

Democrats denounced the GOP's use of what both sides dubbed the " nuclear option " to put Gorsuch on the court, calling it an epic power grab that would further corrode politics in Congress, the court...

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Misogyny 'played role' in election loss: Clinton

She cited Russian meddling in the election, FBI Director James Comey's involvement toward the end of the race, WikiLeaks' theft of emails from her campaign chairman, and misogyny . She cited the ...

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Lawyer: Governor's report will be released

Lawyer: Governor's report will be released

Even though the impeachment hearings are delayed for ten days the House Judiciary Committee will still meet Monday to go over what happened Friday and what could happen the rest of the week. "It will ...

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Senate Confirms Neil Gorsuch as Next Supreme Court Justice

Senate Confirms Neil Gorsuch as Next Supreme Court Justice

Family Research Council President Tony Perkins said the Supreme Court vacancy after the sudden death past year of Justice Antonin Scalia "became a defining issue of the 2016 presidential election". Go...

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Robert Bentley In Hot Water, Impeachment Proceedings Begin

Robert Bentley In Hot Water, Impeachment Proceedings Begin

Robert Bentley. The 74-year-old govern. Governor Robert Bentley reiterates that he is not resigning during a news conference on the capitol steps in Montgomery, Ala., on Friday April 7, 2017 . The ...

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Granbury Easter Egg Hunt at City Park

The hunt will feature more than 3,000 eggs and every child will get an age-appropriate toy. Bring a basket to Krashes Field for the annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 8 , sponsored by Prin...

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Neil Gorsuch confirmed by Senate as US Supreme Court justice

Neil Gorsuch confirmed by Senate as US Supreme Court justice

Gorsuch was confirmed in a 55-45 on Friday, following an partisan battle over his nomination in past months. Many Democrats were still tight over Garland being passed over, as they should be, and note...

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Uzbek man suspected of deadly Swedish truck attack

Swedish media say a truck has crashed into a department store in central Stockholm, killing three people. Police had earlier said they had detained a man who "matched the description" of a suspect...

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North Korean ballistic missile launch condemned by UN Security Council

North Korean ballistic missile launch condemned by UN Security Council

The Pentagon will hold its first missile intercept test in almost three years next month: the latest sign that the Trump administration is taking Kim Jong Un's ongoing threats against Washington s...

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Seattle sues Trump over order to withhold funding from 'sanctuary cities'

California Supreme Court Chief Justice, Tani Cantil-Sakauye, also weighed in. To be clear, this is not a blanket prohibition on all policies associated with sanctuary cities. The city filed a lawsu...

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Gorsuch all but certain to win confirmation after Senate goes nuclear

Gorsuch all but certain to win confirmation after Senate goes nuclear

This tally includes all 52 Republicans along with three moderate Democrats from states Trump won last November: West Virginia's Joe Manchin, North Dakota's Heidi Heitkamp, and Indiana's Joe Donnelly. ...

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Toy Story actor and comedian Don Rickles dies aged 90

While Kimmel's video is a fitting tribute just from his show, this clip captures the full picture of how long Rickles has been insulting people and getting smiles in return. Frank Sinatra was a big ...

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Comedy legend Don Rickles, the king of insults, dies at 90

Before screening a tribute video of all of Rickles' appearances on the show, Kimmel added, "There will never be another Don Rickles". One of those is Jimmy Kimmel , who dedicated last night's episode...

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Tennis ball-sized hail pelting parts of Alabama

High winds from the storm downed power lines and trees along roads and beside an interstate, Stewart County Sheriff Office dispatcher Sandra James said by phone. STRAIGHT LINE WINDS: Some storms will...

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Sergio Garcia makes charge as Charley Hoffman's Masters lead shrinks

The American golfer Charley Hoffman has a four shot lead after the opening round of the US Masters at Augusta. And the fun is just starting. The American, twice a Masters runner-up, was five shots...

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Durbin, Duckworth back filibuster on Gorsuch

The new rule - called the "nuclear option" - would allow for a simple majority of senators - 51 - to end filibusters and move the nomination along. Given the reluctance, in the past, for either party ...

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