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Trump signs executive order to ease restrictions on religious participation in politics

Trump signs executive order to ease restrictions on religious participation in politics

Since he can not repeal the law without congressional legislation, Mr Trump is directing the IRS to "exercise maximum enforcement discretion to alleviate the burden of the Johnson Amendment ". It's n...

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Family of gunman in San Diego shooting apologizes

Family of gunman in San Diego shooting apologizes

Assistant Police Chief Brian Ahearn said there is no evidence indicating that he planned the shooting. Police also say they have searched his apartment, social media accounts and email. We also know...

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Lance Joins Democrats in House to Reject GOP Repeal of Obamacare

The bill still has to be passed by the Senate before it heads to the White House for Trump to sign it into law. And questions still remain about how the "incredibly well crafted" healthcare bill...

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Twitter brings its streaming blitz to Roku too

Twitter brings its streaming blitz to Roku too

The Cheddar news network's Opening Bell, The Verge's Circuit Breaker and BuzzFeed's MorningFeed will have shows on Twitter live video, as well. Twitter announced that it is partnering with Live Nati...

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Macron stretches lead as French presidential campaign enters final day

The latest opinion polls show the pro-EU Macron holding a strong lead over Ms Le Pen ahead of Sunday's run-off vote. Polls predict Macron will beat Le Pen 60 percent to 40 percent, but approximately...

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White House: Trump is 'fighting for' issues raised by Jimmy Kimmel

CHLA saw a spike in calls from potential donors following Kimmel's emotional Monday night monologue, during which he fought back tears while describing the birth of his son, Billy, and the emergency s...

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UN envoy in Philippines rebukes Duterte's war on drugs

UN envoy in Philippines rebukes Duterte's war on drugs

In his statement, Abella underscored the fact that on September 26, 2016, the Philippine government had issued an invitation for Callamard to visit the country to get the government's perspective on t...

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Man who discovered missing student speaks out

Man who discovered missing student speaks out

Authorities said the girl, Elizabeth Thomas, was found safe. Cummins had a warrant for his arrest with the charges of transporting a minor with the intent to engage in criminal sexual activity after...

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California students suspended for 'liking' racist posts sue

California students suspended for 'liking' racist posts sue

Additional personnel will be in place for the rest of the week and next week to ensure a "school environment that is conducive to learning", the district said. The lawsuit claims the district brought ...

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Motive unclear for University of Texas stabbings

Motive unclear for University of Texas stabbings

More details are coming to light about Killeen High School graduate Kendrex J. White and what may have led to him becoming the lead suspect in the fatal stabbing spree at the University of Texas at A...

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Trump limits IRS action over church political activity

On the same day as the Rose Garden signing ceremony , Tyler submitted a statement to a subcommittee hearing of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee urging no change in the Johnson A...

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Schedule announced for Warriors' second-round series vs. Jazz

Without Gobert on the floor, the Jazz counted on Favors, who turned in one of the biggest games of his seven-year career in Game 7. More on this later. Some of those called fouls were not actually fo...

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Marchers for climate change unfazed by snowy weather in Denver on Saturday

The pages are archived and now considered "historical material reflecting the EPA website as it existed on January 19, 2017". As a public rally and march, it was working off the success of the o...

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Texas Legislature Approves Bill to Punish 'Sanctuary Cities'

Texas Legislature Approves Bill to Punish 'Sanctuary Cities'

The Republican-led Senate passed the bill Wednesday despite objections from Democrats, who called the bill a "show me your papers" measure that would be used to discriminate against Latinos. Earlier...

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Media Learns Donald Trump Triggered By Dems To Post Government Shutdown Tweet

President Donald Trump is expected to sign the measure, which passed 79 to 18. Throughout the day, the White House and congressional Republicans pressed to reverse a Washington narrative that the...

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Tillerson calls for balancing US security interests, values

State Department employees listen as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson speaks, Wednesday, May 3, 2017, at the State Department in Washington . He also signaled that the United States would de-emp...

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2 killed when cargo plane goes off runway in West Virginia

The aircraft is an Air Cargo Carriers plane, she said. Plante says the 330 twin-engine turbo plane was operated by Air Cargo, a contractor for UPS. Airport spokesman Mike Plante told reporters tha...

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The Latest On Thursday's Storm Threat

The Latest On Thursday's Storm Threat

Some scattered showers fell across parts of western CT this morning, with temperatures beginning in the low-50s. Then, the chance of showers tonight goes down to around a 30-percent likelihood. Sund...

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Trump to weaken IRS rule against church political activity

Jennifer Butler, chief executive of progressive policy group Faith in Public Life. "Faith is deeply embedded into the history of our country, the spirit of our founding and the soul of our nation "...

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DOJ rules not to charge officers in shooting of Alton Sterling

DOJ rules not to charge officers in shooting of Alton Sterling

The officers approached Sterling and Officer Lake ordered Sterling to put his hands on the hood of a vehicle. The Justice Department said he did not, at which point, Salamoni fired three additional ...

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