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San Bernardino bishop prays for school community after deadly shooting

Authorities said one of those killed was a teacher and the other was the suspected shooter who opened fire in a classroom at North Park School. Elementary schools in the U.S. "She was happy we got t...

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Rickie Fowler joins 4-way tie at the top in Masters

Open champion Justin Rose and 1992 Masters champion Fred Couples are the remaining players under par at 143. "I have an opportunity". Those are the moments that people who win this tournament have...

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Alabama governor to resign, says person who has talked him

Alabama governor to resign, says person who has talked him

He will also agree not to run for or hold political office again. He has been a crusading family values politician who has campaigned on the superior morality of his own marriage, his own family and h...

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2 people killed in Calif. elementary sch

Two adults-one man, one woman-were found dead inside a classroom. "We do not know the age of the students". The handgun-wielding shooter targeted the female teacher inside the "multi-grade" classr...

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Neil Gorsuch Sworn In As U.S. Supreme Court Judge

Gorsuch took his judicial oath in a White House Rose Garden ceremony with Trump watching on, filling a vacancy that lingered for almost 14 months after the death of conservative Justice Antonin Scalia...

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Senate confirms Gorsuch as next Supreme Court justice

But they went further than rejecting the nomination, they never even gave Merrick Garland a hearing or a vote because it would have been hard for less radical Republicans like Orrin Hatch to vote agai...

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U.S. hits Syrian airbase, Russian Federation fumes

In a series of media interviews on Sunday , Ms Haley and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson sought to link the military strikes to the chemical attack and insist that there had been no change in ...

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Judge again finds discrimination in Texas' voter ID law

Judge again finds discrimination in Texas' voter ID law

U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals last July ruled that the Texas law disproportionately targeted minority voters who were less likely to have one of the seven forms of state-approved photo ID - a viol...

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Willett, Stenson, Watson miss Masters cut

Willett, Stenson, Watson miss Masters cut

Unfortunately for the two-time Masters champ, Watson stumbled out of the gate, carding five bogeys in his first six holes. - Justin Rose sounded more like a golf fan planning out his Sunday TV sched...

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LGBT Employees Protected By Federal Civil Rights Act, Appeals Court Rules

LGBT Employees Protected By Federal Civil Rights Act, Appeals Court Rules

The decision came from the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago . Hively , 50, lost in federal court, but eight judges on the Chicago Appellate Court agreed that the Civil Rights Act's pr...

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Russian Federation knew in advance Syrian chemical attack was coming

Efforts to reach an agreement on statements and strategy ahead of time - a normal part of pre-meeting G7 diplomacy - has gone very slowly, partly because of a hard transition at the US state departm...

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Multiple Gunshot Victims Reported at San Bernardino Elementary School

Ron Maass said at a news conference. I want to thank the first responders, teachers and school administrators who were there to protect the students in harm's way. The city of 216,000 was the site of ...

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Attack suspect denied residency in Sweden

Attack suspect denied residency in Sweden

Killed in the attack were two Swedes, one Brit and one Belgian. Thornberg said that the agency had looked into information it received on the suspect a year ago, but that it had not led to anything...

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Hillary Clinton Discusses President Trump's Airstrikes on Syria

Like many of her fellow Democrats, Clinton called on Congress to establish an independent investigation into the Russian interference. "I don't understand the commitment to hurt so many people that ...

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Springtime kicks off with children's Easter egg hunt

Springtime kicks off with children's Easter egg hunt

April 11. "I think it's good for them to have somebody who knows what they deal with, so they can look up to somebody and put their trust into them and feel safe with them", said Carly Lamb. The Ea...

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Breitbart Staffers Told They Can't Criticize Jared Kushner Anymore

Breitbart Staffers Told They Can't Criticize Jared Kushner Anymore

Bannon resigned from Breitbart in November after serving as the chief executive of President Trump's election campaign previous year. Trump told Bannon and Kushner to " work this out " after becom...

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Jared Kushner Is More of an Economic Populist Than Steve Bannon

Jared Kushner Is More of an Economic Populist Than Steve Bannon

That includes reports of widening rifts between Bannon and senior adviser Jared Kushner, news that Trump is increasingly unhappy with Bannon, reports of looming staff shake-ups in the White Ho...

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Gender pay gap reporting begins

Gender pay gap reporting begins

The Missouri Democratic Party today, on Equal Pay Day , is releasing state-specific figures detailing the wage gap between women and men in Missouri. Women on average are paid 20% less than men in th...

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Alabama governor to resign over affair coverup

Alabama governor to resign over affair coverup

Bentley vowed again he won't resign even as his political troubles mounted and lawmakers said they would move forward with impeachment hearings because of a sex scandal. Collier, after learning of...

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United States says strike hits 20 percent of Syria's operational aircraft

Tillerson said Russian Federation should do more to meet commitments it made in 2013 to guarantee the destruction of Syria's chemical weapons. The allegation is grave, even by the standards of the n...

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