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Minister of Foreign Affairs to participate in Arctic Council meeting

The two attended a meeting with Tillerson at the Westmark Hotel on Wednesday afternoon with the Alaska members of the permanent participant groups that represent indigenous populations from the Arctic...

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AMBER Alert Issued For Baby Girl, Mother In Hampton, Va.

AMBER Alert Issued For Baby Girl, Mother In Hampton, Va.

Family members reported the two missing on May 1. Chole was last seen at 1900 Hastings Ave.in Hampton. Chloe Johnson was last seen with her mother on April 30, affiliate WTKR reports. She has blac...

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Chinese military conducts live-fire drills, weapons tests

Beijing has tested a new missile close to the Korean peninsula amid heightened tensions in the region, after North Korea, South Korea, and the USA recently conducted military drills in the area. Chine...

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The Big Melt: Glacier National Park is losing its glaciers

The Big Melt: Glacier National Park is losing its glaciers

But now, scientists warn the "crown" is disappearing. U.S. Geological Survey data released Wednesday shows the park's 37 glaciers, along with two others on federal Forest Service land, have shrunk...

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Team Trump's cover story falls apart

The New York Times late on Thursday cited two unnamed Comey associates who recounted his tale of a January dinner with the president in which Trump asked for a pledge of loyalty. But Trump mad...

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Manhunt Continues for 'Armed and Dangerous' Lowell Homicide Suspect

Manhunt Continues for 'Armed and Dangerous' Lowell Homicide Suspect

Police said that a resident ran into Elliott on Barton Avenue while authorities were searching for him on Thursday. Investigators say Elliott shot his ex-girlfriend in the head in the common area at...

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Police officer shot during active shooter situation in Licking County

Police officer shot during active shooter situation in Licking County

According to NBC4i, the shooter was reported at the 200 block of E. Main Street at the Pine Kirk Care Center, a nursing home in Kirkersville. According to 10TV , two people were shot as the shoot...

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Ex-congresswoman may spend rest of life in prison for fraud

She watched the judge read each verdict in a silent courtroom with no visible reaction. Jurors spent more than three hours behind closed doors before being dismissed for the night with the reminder th...

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Rain chances and cooler temperatures for Friday

Rain chances and cooler temperatures for Friday

Temperatures are expected to warm fast. Minor tidal flooding is possible in some areas along the shore. Skies are going to remain cloudy today with temperatures topping out around 79 degrees. Winds ...

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President Trump Threatens to Cancel White House Press Briefings

Mr Comey has been criticised by Democrats for his handling of an investigation surrounding 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's use of a private e-mail server while she was secretary...

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Fallout from Trump's Dismissal of FBI Director

One by one, the story's pillars wobbled. "The FBI is one of our nation's most cherished and respected institutions, and today will mark a new beginning for our crown jewel of law enforcement", ...

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Jury resumes work in former congresswoman's fraud trial

In his closing argument, Brown's defense attorney, James Smith, continued to insist that she trusted and was deceived by her former chief of staff, Ronnie Simmons, and his one-time girlfriend, Carla W...

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Juror excused in ex-congresswoman's fraud trial

Following about 11 hours of deliberations after the jury was reconfigured Wednesday morning, Judge Timothy Corrigan announced that the jury had reached verdicts in the case. Over the last two weeks, p...

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Senate blocks bid to revoke Obama-era methane rule

Senate blocks bid to revoke Obama-era methane rule

It targeted methane, a potent greenhouse gas that accounted for about 10 percent of all United States greenhouse gas emissions from human activities in 2015. The repeal was something industry grou...

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Price defends cutting almost $1 trillion from Medicaid

Senate Republicans are wasting no time showing they have little use for the House bill to repeal and replace Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act . An afternoon recap of the day's most important bu...

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Mormon Church Bows Out Of Two Boy Scout Programs

Mormon Church Bows Out Of Two Boy Scout Programs

The number of older Boy Scouts in Southwest Idaho could shrink by almost a quarter early next year if 3,300 members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints leave to join a new church-base...

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New acting Federal Bureau of Investigation director in spotlight at Senate hearing

White House officials have denied any political motivation behind the firing and Mr Trump said Mr Comey had not been doing a good job and had lost the confidence of everyone in Washington. Comey had...

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Trump moves to lift bans on Arctic drilling

The president's Interior Secretary has said this order helps the nation's position as a global energy leader. The America First Offshore Energy Executive Order instructs the Interior Department to...

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Climate envoys meet in Bonn, but all eyes on Washington

During his presidential campaign, Mr. Trump pledged to withdraw from the agreement completely. So staying in the agreement would require revising that pledge downward, which would risk drawing globa...

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Senate Will Be the Real Fight for Republican Health Bill

And while several Democratic senators have voted against the bill and condemned the bill as going backwards, just what would it cost to take care of the approximately 2.2 million folks. We look forwar...

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