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2 doctors found dead in penthouse likely knew killer

Teixeira, who recently was released from prison after serving nine months for bank robbery, was being treated at a local hospital, which would not provide any information about his condition on Sunday...

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New Orleans Finally Begins Taking Down Confederate Monuments

The southern US city of New Orleans , Louisiana has begun removing four prominent monuments that paid tribute to the city's racially segregated past. Mayor Mitch Landrieu's office said the statue...

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Comey Says No Regrets: "Choice to Speak Out or Conceal"

Testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee , Comey was responding to a line of questioning from Sen. "I'm not going to comment on anyone in particular, because if I say no to that, I have to ...

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White House Is Backing Down On Donald Trump's Border Wall, For Now

White House Is Backing Down On Donald Trump's Border Wall, For Now

The president tells reporters, "The wall's gonna get built". The Trump administration most likely will seek money for the wall in legislation funding the government for the fiscal year starting Octo...

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On-Campus Stabbing At UT, Victim & Suspect Identified

On-Campus Stabbing At UT, Victim & Suspect Identified

Police identified the attacker at UT as Kendrex White , 21, and said he was suffering from mental illness. "This was not a person who had a vendetta", Carter said of 21-year-old Kendrex J. There w...

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'Coward' Texas Governor Signs Bill Banning Sanctuary Cities

'Coward' Texas Governor Signs Bill Banning Sanctuary Cities

Senate Bill 4 requires all Texas law enforcement agencies to comply with U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement detainers - meaning local law enforcement will have to hold an arrested person until ...

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Georgia sheriff arrested on indecency, obstruction charges

Georgia sheriff arrested on indecency, obstruction charges

After turning down a side street, the man stopped to tie his shoes, but started running again when the officer got within 10 to 15 feet, the report said. "Now we have this, so I don't know", she said....

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North Korea's detention of US citizen 'concerning': White House

North Korea's official media - said the country on Saturday detained Kim Hak Song , an employee of the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology . This recent exchange with Gardner came durin...

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Trump calls Russian Federation probe 'a total hoax'

She said they had explored whether the decision to inform the White House "might impact that ongoing investigation" being conducted by the FBI, but that once Flynn had been interviewed, their concerns...

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Comey: Lynch/Clinton Meeting Damaged DOJ's Credibility To Effectively End Email Investigation

Comey: Lynch/Clinton Meeting Damaged DOJ's Credibility To Effectively End Email Investigation

Testifying before a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, Mr Comey said it made him "mildly nauseous" to think that the Federal Bureau of Investigation may have had some impact on the U.S. Hannity sai...

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United Nations climate talks kick off in Bonn

United Nations climate talks kick off in Bonn

The goal, the official said, is to ensure Donald Trump receives information from both government experts and the private sector before making a decision. According to those close to the discussions, t...

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Residents linger despite fire evacuation orders

All residents in St. George, GA are under a mandatory evacuation due to the West Mims Fire that has scorched 130,942 acres by Sunday. About 130,000 acres (52,600 hectares), or nearly a third of the ...

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Pastor: Texas' Abbott urges churches to back 'bathroom bill'

Pastor: Texas' Abbott urges churches to back 'bathroom bill'

Mexican government on Monday expressed its concern over a sactuary law just passed in USA state of Texas as it may be abused by overzealous anti-immigration authorities. "Broad rules, such as those im...

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Trump administration starts push for more offshore drilling

Trump administration starts push for more offshore drilling

David Jenkins, president of Conservatives for Responsible Stewardship, a non-profit conservation group, said: "The Trump administration's hasty move today toward expanding offshore oil drilling. Revie...

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Sinclair to buy Tribune Media, expanding its local TV reach

Shares of Sinclair were inactive in premarket trade, but have gained almost 11% in the year to date, while Tribune is up more than 15%. The company that owns and operates CBS4 has just been acquired...

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Trump to Nudge Courts Rightward With Slate of Appeals Nominees

Circuit Court of Appeals. Three of the five are former law clerks for either Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia or Justice Clarence Thomas, who for a quarter century were the two most conservative...

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PSU Students React After Fraternity and Members Charged With Death

He says they are cracking down but need help. A forensic analysis of one frat member's cellphone showed a series of internet searches at the time , including "falling asleep after head injury", "tr...

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U.S. working on new DPRK sanctions: Tillerson

In his first ministerial meeting with all 10 members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Tillerson also called on nations with competing claims in the South China Sea to cease all...

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Kangaroo attacks girl, 9, at Harmony Park Safari in Alabama

Kangaroo attacks girl, 9, at Harmony Park Safari in Alabama

Video White shared with WHNT News 19 shows the kangaroo grab the girl while standing near a fence. "I'm just glad I was there", the mother said. The family had been there many times before, but they...

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18 fraternity members charged in Penn State student's death

The next morning, he fell down the stairs again and was unconscious when help was finally summoned. Over 1,000 charges were laid against the students and the fraternity itself, Beta Theta Pi , face...

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