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'Pure joy,' but concern, too, for family of formerly missing Tenn. student

'Pure joy,' but concern, too, for family of formerly missing Tenn. student

A family lawyer says the "process of recovery is only just beginning" for a 15-year-old Tennessee student who was allegedly kidnapped by her teacher and taken cross-country to California. "Maybe a lon...

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Mike Pence: USS Carl Vinson Location Snafu Wasn't Intentional

The Carl Vinson strike group, which includes the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, two guided-missile destroyers and a cruiser, is reportedly heading to waters off the Korean Peninsula, according to...

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Beaver Accidentally Becomes the Leader of 150 Cattle in Canada

Beaver Accidentally Becomes the Leader of 150 Cattle in Canada

The pair noticed something odd about their cattle - and upon closer inspection they discovered the herd was being led around the pasture by a beaver. Ivey said the beaver was probably looking around...

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Police helicopter carrying 12 crashes in eastern Turkey: security sources

Police helicopter carrying 12 crashes in eastern Turkey: security sources

Turkish authorities deployed several rescue teams to the presumed crash area in the province of Tunceli, after the helicopter vanished from the radar on Tuesday. Teams of Disaster and Emergency Manage...

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Revenue agency gives records after Missouri auditor subpoena

Revenue agency gives records after Missouri auditor subpoena

The request for information includes no personally identifiable taxpayer information. The Missouri Department of Revenue provided records on tax refunds Thursday, after the Democratic auditor issued...

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New England Patriots Call Out The New York Times' Lack Of Context

New England Patriots Call Out The New York Times' Lack Of Context

Thirty-four players came to meet with President Trump on Wednesday, as opposed to an estimated 50 who came to see Obama. The New York Times published photos of those in attendance in 2015, compare...

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Anti-White Fresno Killer LAUGHED About Murders During Police Interview

Dyer said Muhammad had been identified quickly as the prime suspect in the Motel 6 shooting on April 13 and that police had been urgently seeking him across the Fresno area since then. Pastor Tim Role...

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Trump Wants Health Care Bill Passed Next Week

President Trump said Thursday that he wants a vote on a healthcare bill soon, though he did not definitively call for one next week, saying he wants a vote "next week or shortly thereafter". Under the...

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Trump slams first 100 days construct -- after repeatedly embracing it

Trump slams first 100 days construct -- after repeatedly embracing it

President Donald Trump doesn't want to be judged under the same standards applied to all other modern presidents: With his administration marking its 100th day on April 29, Trump posted a message ...

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Sanctuary cities threatened with loss of federal grant money

Sanctuary cities threatened with loss of federal grant money

Attorney General Jeff Sessions' department. This has in turn prompted a massive effort by pro-immigration forces in major cities to resist the federal government's deportation efforts. "I'm not a supp...

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Marches being planned to protest Trump science policies

Marches being planned to protest Trump science policies

Foreign-born scientists fill almost half of USA postdoctoral research positions. Rebecca McElroy, an astrophysics doctoral student at the University of Sydney, tweeted video of a "mini march ...

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DOJ asks sanctuary cities to prove cooperation with immigration law

The federal agency then has 48 hours to take custody. The Times said the letters warn that failure to cooperate might mean the jurisdictions are violating their agreements in terms of grants from ...

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Georgia run-off sets test for Trump, and Democrats

The Republican Party avoided a demoralizing upset Tuesday when it forced Democrat Jon Ossoff into a special election runoff to fill a vacant conservative Georgia House district. "I wouldn't use the wo...

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Pence says US committed to Australian alliance

In January, Trump and Turnbull got into a spat over the agreement that strained ties between the countries. But Australia was unhappy with Trump's decision to pull the US out of the 12-nation Trans-...

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Justice Department reprimands eight 'sanctuary cities'

New York City continues to see gang murder after gang murder, the predictable outcome of the city's "soft on crime" stance. He says the Trump administration's grandstanding is out of touch with real...

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Pennsylvania police pay tribute to Robert Godwin, Sr

Pennsylvania police pay tribute to Robert Godwin, Sr

The post was in reference to employees at a McDonald's in Erie, Pennsylvania. But the police chief said no other victims have been found. "I couldn't stand to see it like, I saw the video once and...

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U.S. state carries out first execution in 12 years

The execution began at 11:44 p.m., and Lee's eyes "began drooping" about a minute later, according to an Associated Press reporter who witnessed the execution. What a possible Gorsuch vote means for...

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China "gravely concerned" over North Korea nuclear activities

The country's vice-foreign minister , Han Song-ryol, also claimed that the DPRK will carry out nuclear tests on a more regular basis. -China relations "the single best point of leverage". DPRK is the...

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Sanders promoting new blood in Democrats but impact unclear

Sen. Bernie Sanders is campaigning for Omaha, Neb., mayoral candidate Heath Mello Thursday night, and he's not apologizing for it. "Democrats have not put forward an agenda that speaks to the need...

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Justice warns sanctuary cities in immigration fight

The same letter was sent to officials in Chicago, New Orleans, Las Vegas , Miami, Milwaukee, New York City , and Cook County, Ill., and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. H...

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