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DC, Maryland AGs Sue Trump Over 'Unprecedented Constitutional Violations'

DC, Maryland AGs Sue Trump Over 'Unprecedented Constitutional Violations'

Mr Trump already faces a similar lawsuit that was brought in January by plaintiffs including an ethics non-profit group. While the Department of Justice has not yet responded to the new lawsuit,...

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AP analysis indicates Idaho district lines favor Republicans

But the percentage of people living in legislative districts without electoral choices has been generally rising over the past several decades. So a party that receives 55 percent of the statewide vot...

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BMW X3 gets an early reveal

BMW X3 gets an early reveal

This approach has worked to great effect in the latest 5 Series and we can only assume the new X3 will feel similarly impressive to sit in. Measuring in at 4708mm long (+60mm), 1891mm wide (+10mm)...

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Kellyanne Conway Defends Comment that No One Will Lose Medicaid Covearge

Kellyanne Conway says the Senate health care bill, which dramatically harms the poorest and most in need Americans by cutting $800 billion from Medicaid, does not cut Medicaid. And while its still ...

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Trump scrambles for GOP health votes; budget score looms

Trump scrambles for GOP health votes; budget score looms

On Sunday, he revealed on This Week that his stance wasn't completely hardline: "I'm for 100% repeal.but if you offer me 90% repeal, I'd probably vote for it". Do they really want to say someday that ...

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Teen hurt after dropping from ride at Six Flags

So, they created a small human safety net and Howard told the girl that he'd catch her. The two took the brunt of the girl's fall , collapsing to the ground themselves. "Girl falling from ride at 6 F...

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'Must black death be broadcast and consumed to be believed?'

'Must black death be broadcast and consumed to be believed?'

On Wednesday the footage recorded by the rear-facing camera of the of an officer's squad auto, where Reynolds and her daughter were kept for about an hour was released after a public records request...

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Father's legs amputated, child killed after boat crash on Texas lake

Father's legs amputated, child killed after boat crash on Texas lake

Charges were filed in the tragic houseboat accident on Lake Belton that took the life of a 4-year-old girl and seriously injured her father. A call was placed to Temple Police at around 6:47 p.m.in ...

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US Senate passes Russian sanctions amendment

Senate Foreign Relations Chairman Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) hailed the lopsided vote in favor of the Iran sanctions bill that he helped shepherd to passage with the Russian Federation measure attached...

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'Making A Murderer': Brendan Dassey to be re-tried or released

Back in August of 2016, a federal magistrate judge ruled in Dasseys' favor, agreeing that his confession to the murder had been coerced and was therefore inadmissible. In a joint statement, lawyers sa...

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Successful SpaceX launch delivers satellites into orbit

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket is scheduled to lift off at 4:25 p.m. EDT (1:25 p.m. local Pacific time) Sunday from the coastal base, carrying 10 more satellites for Iridium Communications , which is rep...

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Passenger On Thunderbirds Jet That Crashed At Air Show Released From Hospital

Authorities say a military jet apparently practicing for an OH air show has been involved in an accident. "They were very courageous throughout, and they assisted in their own recovery", Heard said...

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Schumer vows to fight Senate GOP health care bill

Paul said, "My hope is not to defeat the bill". The House's version of the bill, which passed that chamber in May , is a repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act . In a lengthy Facebook ...

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Great Barrier Reef a $42 billion asset 'too big to fail'

Asked on Monday how the federal government could support the mine, when the value of the reef dwarfed it, Mr Frydenberg said Australia's coal was cleaner than other sources. The study , based on six...

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Lawsuit follows acquittal of ex-officer in Milwaukee shooting

Heaggan-Brown was acquitted less than a week after a Minnesota police officer was found not guilty of shooting a black motorist in a suburb of St. The prosecutor argued that Smith was defensel...

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Deceased Suspect In Shooting Of GOP Congressman ID'd, Was Sanders Campaign Volunteer

Deceased Suspect In Shooting Of GOP Congressman ID'd, Was Sanders Campaign Volunteer

Louis. Hodgkinson was spotted regularly over the past several weeks at the YMCA next to the site of the shooting , sitting with a computer in the lobby or at a table in an exercise area that looked...

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Senate Republicans holding private meeting

Senate Republicans holding private meeting

A group of disabled protesters have been dragged out of their wheelchairs after gathering at the office of Senate to protest against the Republican's health care reform bill. Several protesters we...

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Schiff: Obama should have done more on Russia

Schiff: Obama should have done more on Russia

The Washington Post published an editorial on the matter, saying the Obama administration issued warnings to Moscow about its cyber activities. "Why no action?", the president asked in the fi...

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Folks protest proposed Senate Republican health care bill

Folks protest proposed Senate Republican health care bill

Trump, in an interview that aired Sunday on Fox News , said, "I think we're going to get there", but acknowledged the complicated road in the coming days to "picking a plan that everybody is going ...

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Rainbows, and politics too, at pride parade

Rainbows, and politics too, at pride parade

Some were chased by officers. But in 2015, police dispersed crowds using tear gas and water cannons after a last-minute ban. Eleven activists went on trial in Istanbul this week for defying last...

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