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Bernie Sanders-Wife-Investigation story

Bernie Sanders-Wife-Investigation story

The wife of the nation's most prominent socialist legislator is the subject of a federal investigation regarding her role in the ultimate capitalist nightmare: A failed real estate deal. In response...

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Senate delays health care vote

Senate delays health care vote

Before grim-faced senators, the president spoke in vague terms about the bill, showing the lack of specificity that has hampered his attempts to wield political influence on Capitol Hill. " We need to...

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Florida: Man Trying To Help Lost Child Mistaken For a Child Predator

Florida: Man Trying To Help Lost Child Mistaken For a Child Predator

After speaking with all parties involved, including witnesses who had seen the man walking with the girl and heard him asking her if passersby were her father, responding law enforcement decided that ...

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Over 500 firefighters battle northern Arizona blaze

Over 500 firefighters battle northern Arizona blaze

Building, maintaining, attending or using a fire, campfire, charcoal, coal, or stove fire, including fires in developed campgrounds and improved sites. Fire officials say a wildfire in northern Arizon...

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Utah wildfire grows to largest active fire in US

Utah wildfire grows to largest active fire in US

Hundreds of firefighters have been battling the wildfire, facing 100-foot flames along with very dry conditions and winds that have been gusting up to 30 miles per hour, leaving a "high potential" for...

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NYC subway train derailment injures dozens in Harlem

NYC subway train derailment injures dozens in Harlem

The Fire Department New York (FDNY) said the smoke was caused by rubbish setting on fire. The frightening derailment of an A train Tuesday morning, leaving dozens of subway riders injured, was n...

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Wildfire Burns 1200 Acres Near Beaumont, 2 Injured

Wildfire Burns 1200 Acres Near Beaumont, 2 Injured

In Los Angeles, California, there are three states including California are terrified of increasing heat waves with temperature over 100 degrees, which also prompt a potential alarm of the continuing ...

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County receives $1.94M from feds

County receives $1.94M from feds

The federal government had made these payments to local governments every year since the 1970s on federally owned lands that are not otherwise subject to taxation, and every county in Idaho gets some....

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Roger Federer routs Alexander Zverev to win ninth Halle title

Roger Federer routs Alexander Zverev to win ninth Halle title

Prior to Sunday's final, Halle already represented the happiest of hunting grounds for the 18-time grand slam champion; Federer has won more tournaments in the German city than any other. On the f...

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Suspect in Michigan airport stabbing to remain in detention

Suspect in Michigan airport stabbing to remain in detention

Joan Morgan, a lawyer for Amor Ftouhi (ah-MOOR' fuh-TOO'-ee), didn't object to the government's request that he stay in jail. His face was partially covered by a mask he was wearing for "unspecified m...

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Montana man is bank robber dubbed 'AK-47 bandit'

Montana man is bank robber dubbed 'AK-47 bandit'

Richard Gathercole , 39, was arrested after he shot at a state trooper, but authorities later learned he's wanted for a series of bank robberies. The trooper wasn't injured. Federal agents say hom...

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Budget office sees 22 million fewer covered with Senate bill

Budget office sees 22 million fewer covered with Senate bill

At least five Republican senators all say they will oppose a key procedural vote expected this week on the GOP health care plan that will repeal and replace Obamacare - a move that would effecti...

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Iran says US travel ban is 'racist' and 'unfair'

Iran says US travel ban is 'racist' and 'unfair'

Foreign national students, faculty, and staff from the six affected countries who are already in the United States should contact immigration counsel prior to traveling outside of the United States. I...

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'President Trump will have a speaking role in the Hall of Presidents'

'President Trump will have a speaking role in the Hall of Presidents'

Disney said they have been working closely with the White House and the president's recording session has been scheduled. No details were available on what Trump will say. That, of course, leaves ...

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Driver Destroys Arkansas' New Ten Commandments Monument at Capitol

Driver Destroys Arkansas' New Ten Commandments Monument at Capitol

Arkansas' monument fell from its base and shattered into multiple pieces. A video that appears to have been taken from inside the auto was posted on the Facebook account of a Michael Reed early ...

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Trump Confirms He's Under Investigation, Blames Unnamed Person

Trump Confirms He's Under Investigation, Blames Unnamed Person

Mr Mueller is due to interview senior intelligence chiefs, including Mike Rogers , the head of the NSA, and the director of national intelligence, Dan Coats as early as this week, the report s...

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Judges rule that 'Making a Murderer' confession was coerced

Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit upheld the August 2016 decision by Federal Magistrate William Duffin of Milwaukee. Meanwhile, Brendan Dassey's uncle and Making A Murderer co-star Steven...

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Utah wildfire grows as 2 powerful California blazes spread

Fire crews are battling dry, windy conditions and what officials say is a "high potential" for extreme fire behaviour. Firefighters also responded to other smaller fires across the region. The fire ...

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Local officer writes letter in response to Philando Castile shooting

Local officer writes letter in response to Philando Castile shooting

Robert Bennett, who along with attorney Glenda Hatchett is representing Valerie Castile, said a decision was made to move expeditiously rather than have the case drawn out in federal court, a process ...

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Former Milwaukee Police officer found not guilty in fatal shooting

Former Milwaukee Police officer found not guilty in fatal shooting

The intense moments during August 13, 2016, were captured on police radio just before Smith was shot and killed. "As he fired, defendant Heaggan-Brown was standing directly over Smith-an execution-s...

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