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Doctors, parents provide update on Cincinnati man freed by North Korea

Doctors, parents provide update on Cincinnati man freed by North Korea

Warmbier was sentenced to a labor camp in March 2016 for " hostile acts " against the totalitarian government after he confessed to trying to steal a propaganda banner. "He has spontaneous eye openin...

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Pittsburgh Penguins celebrate Stanley Cup win

The Steel City is no stranger to championship parades of late, as Wednesday's festivities accounted for the fifth such sports-related event in Pittsburgh in the past dozen years. but were greeted ...

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Trump visits wounded congressman in hospital

Trump visits wounded congressman in hospital

Brooks said he saw the man only for a second, and that he was shooting from a chain link fence behind the third base position on the field where the congressional group was holding an early morning mo...

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Congressional baseball practice shooting: What we know about the

Speaking of POTUS , following his speech on the tragedy, he and his wife Melania Trump paid a visit to the hospital center in order to check on the House Majority Whip. Congressman Fortenberry says...

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Missouri lawmaker decapitates chicken during Facebook Live to promote anti-abortion bill

Missouri lawmaker decapitates chicken during Facebook Live to promote anti-abortion bill

The ruling, which the state is appealing, tossed out requirements that doctors who perform abortions have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals, and that clinics meet hospital-like standards for ou...

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Official hopes charges in Flint water case help return trust

Official hopes charges in Flint water case help return trust

The head of the MI health department has been charged with involuntary manslaughter in Flint's lead-tainted water crisis. Water Supervisor Stephen Busch , former Flint Water Department Manage...

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Trump orders more cash, industry input, for apprenticeships

Flanked by his daughter Ivanka Trump and Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta, both of whom have made the initiative a priority, the President said that the order helps businesses "place students into...

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2 killed, 3 injured in crash on George Washington Bridge

2 killed, 3 injured in crash on George Washington Bridge

Wednesday. Two people have been killed including a five-year-old child after the SUV they were travelling in smashed into the back of a truck on the George Washington Bridge . A one-year-old child ...

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GOP baseball shooting: Staffer who was shot feels 'blessed to be alive'

GOP baseball shooting: Staffer who was shot feels 'blessed to be alive'

Sanders said he denounced the violence "in the strongest possible terms". The gunman died later of his injuries, President Donald Trump announced at the White House. "We love you." Lewis led a Hou...

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Shooter left behind trail of bitterness directed at rich, Republicans, president

Pelosi says it's "outrageous" and "beneath the dignity" of the House, adding: "How dare they say such a thing, how dare they". James Hodgkinson was killed in a police shootout. Laid back, rough ar...

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Southern Baptist Convention Votes To Condemn White Supremacy

The denomination is home to not only to prominent evangelical supporters of President Donald Trump , but also some of Trump's most vocal evangelical critics, including The Rev . "I thought it would ...

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SUV Swerves Onto Hell's Kitchen Sidewalk, Hurting 2 People, NYPD Says

SUV Swerves Onto Hell's Kitchen Sidewalk, Hurting 2 People, NYPD Says

The vehicle ended up lodged between trees and a luxury building on the block called "Hudson Crossing". Witnesses said the crash appeared accidental. Daiffallah said two other men were also hit, but ...

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Orlando soccer star Larin arrested for DUI

Orlando soccer star Larin arrested for DUI

Larin, 22, was stopped at about 2:30 a.m.by the Florida Highway Patrol after being observed driving in the wrong direction down the wrong lane of a four-lane highway. He was booked into the Orange Cou...

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What we know about UT grad shot at congressional baseball practice

What we know about UT grad shot at congressional baseball practice

Barth was treated and released from the hospital. Williams said he injured his leg and ankle diving to safety in the dugout. Rep. Kevin Brady of The Woodlands left just moments before the gunfire erup...

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Virginia gubernatorial primary: Ralph Northam defeats Tom Perriello to win Democratic nomination

Meanwhile, Northam's win capped off fierce competition on the Democratic side, where he faced off against former congressman Tom Perriello . In the other primary, former RNC Chairman Ed Gillespie ...

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Sessions Denies Improper Contacts With Russians

Sessions Denies Improper Contacts With Russians

Mr Trump's legal team quickly denounced the story. It is not clear whether the White House could use executive privilege to try to block them from speaking to the investigators. "But I asked hi...

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Special counsel probing Trump for possible obstruction

According to a report published on Monday, Trump is considering firing special counsel Mueller, who was appointed on May 17 by the Justice Department as special counsel overseeing the investigatio...

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Jeff Sessions grilled by Senate Intelligence Committee

An aide familiar with the meeting said it was held to discuss the investigations, including ways that the parallel inquiries don't interfere with or overlap one another. Moscow has denied USA intellig...

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West Virginia House passes budget without tax changes

West Virginia House passes budget without tax changes

The Senate's 29-2 vote followed House passage last month of a furlough measure with some different language. The special session deadline is Monday at midnight. The 88-page Senate Bill 2001 passed wit...

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Death toll up to 17 in London high-rise fire

But they expected the death toll to rise significantly. Local council says it has enough donations for the survivors. More than 30 people were still reported to be in the hospital, 17 of whom were...

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