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South Korea's new president moves to soothe tensions with China

Moon's predecessor, Park Geun-hye, who was impeached and ousted as president, had agreed to the deployment of THAAD, saying that it was needed to protect South Korea against a growing ballistic-missil...

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Mom of boy who killed himself vows he 'will be heard'

Eight-year-old Taye, a Carson School student whom Reynolds described as "a shining light to everyone who knew and loved him", hanged himself January 26 after what his family and their legal team claim...

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Amtrak engineer in deadly 2015 crash charged with involuntary manslaughter

With the two-year statute of limitations for filing criminal charges set to expire Friday, prosecutors had said they decided against criminal prosecution of Bostian after the federal National Transp...

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Attorney General Sessions orders tougher drug crime prosecutions

Attorney General Sessions orders tougher drug crime prosecutions

Exceptions for what can be charged will only be allowed with approval from a US attorney, an assistant USA attorney general or a designated supervisor. In fact, under President Barack Obama, the crime...

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In Berrios' First Start, Twins Outlast Indians 4-1

In Berrios' First Start, Twins Outlast Indians 4-1

Eventually chased toward right field by members of the grounds crew, the squirrel hopped into the stands and play continued, with Berrios retiring Brantley on a flyball. Three days later, the Indians ...

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AR Flags to Fly Half-Staff in Honor of Fallen Yell Co. Deputy

AR Flags to Fly Half-Staff in Honor of Fallen Yell Co. Deputy

Bowden's sister, Julie Inmon, told The Associated Press that the Millers were the mother and daughter of her brother's girlfriend, 31-year-old Haley McHam. A Texas police-reform bill named after a bla...

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The American Health Care Act

Another 52 percent support eliminating the Obamacare penalty for not having insurance, but 63 percent oppose the provision imposing a 30 percent, year-long premium surcharge on those who let t...

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Amtrak engineer faces charges in fatal 2015 derailment

Amtrak engineer faces charges in fatal 2015 derailment

The Amtrak train bound for New York City crashed in Philadelphia, killing eight people and injuring hundreds. "In view of our earlier decision not to file charges, we have referred this prosecution ...

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Trump says possible to pick new Federal Bureau of Investigation director by next week

Some of Mr Trump's fellow Republicans called his dismissal of Mr Comey troubling. Trump fired Comey on Tuesday , later saying that "he wasn't doing a good job". Trump wrote in a publicly released...

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Bolles graduate named acting director of Federal Bureau of Investigation

I suppose McManus thinks we should all just get over it. "And the Republicans? Oh, nothing to see here", said Maher. In the spirit of forgiveness and with the recognition that all this electoral los...

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Sally Yates: Alarm about Russian blackmail led to warning on Michael Flynn

Sally Yates: Alarm about Russian blackmail led to warning on Michael Flynn

His resignation followed reports that Flynn discussed Russian Federation sanctions with Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, contrary to White House statements . President Donald Trump changed his Twitter b...

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Coroner reopens case of bullied 8-year-old who killed self

School officials have said they made a decision to share the video with police even though the connection between the incident and the boy's death remains unclear. Carolyn Emery has two children at th...

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Cougars announce home-and-home series with Liberty University

In the near future, the New Mexico State football program will get as familiar with Liberty University as the Dallas Cowboys are with the New York Giants and the Denver Broncos are with the Oakland Ra...

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No, presidents should not ask FBI directors if they're under investigation

And Trump's question also makes more acute a conflict of interest that the FBI director has: the conflict between a duty to handle criminal investigations impartially (even an investigation that impli...

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Parents demonstrate at school where 8-year-old was bullied

School officials allegedly initially told the boy's mother he only fainted. District officials also say that a school nurse checked Gabriel's vitals and found them normal. The next day, Gabriel went...

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Sister of accused killer in Arkansas says he's mentally ill

Sister of accused killer in Arkansas says he's mentally ill

He had been heading to check on a call about a disturbance. Police have not released many details surrounding the case, which is still part of an ongoing and active investigation, but Bowden's famil...

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President Trump Doubles Down on Idea of Ending White House Press Briefings

Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a campaign of interference in the election, USA intelligence agencies concluded in January, aimed at tilting the vote in Trump's favor. These reasons contradic...

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Sessions Issues New Charging, Sentencing Policy to US Attorneys

Sessions Issues New Charging, Sentencing Policy to US Attorneys

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), one of the the biggest GOP proponents for criminal justice reform , said mandatory minimum sentences "have unfairly and disproportionately incarcerated too many minoriti...

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Why? Thomas Hartless i'd as Kirkersville nursing home shooter

Why? Thomas Hartless i'd as Kirkersville nursing home shooter

Disario responded to a report of a man with a gun around 7:45 a.m., Thorp said during a press conference. The hostages ran when the shooter fired and they were not harmed. Disario had only been on t...

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Trump Administration Doubles Down on Comey Firing

Trump Administration Doubles Down on Comey Firing

The talks came a day after Mr Trump fired the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) director James Comey, who was overseeing an investigation into Russia's alleged interference in last year's presiden...

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