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Arkansas suffers 2 setbacks to multiple execution plan

In this Monday evening, April 17, 2017 photo, the sun sets behind clouds over an Arkansas State Police command post outside the Varner Unit of the Arkansas Department of Correction near Varner, Ark....

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Wet Weather Delays Corn Planting

Wet Weather Delays Corn Planting

Following is the crop report's preliminary summary. Due to a tie for the fifth position for largest late-planted percentage in corn, six observations are used in calculations. Thursday afternoon highs...

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Arkansas determined to fight legal challenges to executions

Arkansas determined to fight legal challenges to executions

Meaning if current appeals and court proceedings s are pushed into May, Arkansas won't be able to carry out the executions with the drugs it has on hand. A state circuit judge issued the temporary res...

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Money or team? Matthew Stafford makes right choice

Money or team? Matthew Stafford makes right choice

While the new extension would eat up a large percentage of the Lions salary cap, Stafford expressed his confidence in the Lions' organization to find a way to sustain the team's success from last se...

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In Aftermath Of Rape Scandal, Baylor Hires Its First Female President

In Aftermath Of Rape Scandal, Baylor Hires Its First Female President

A native of Perkins, Oklahoma, Dr. Livingstone began her academic career at her alma mater, Oklahoma State University, where she earned her bachelor of science degree in economics and management, mast...

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Goldman Sachs Falls Short on Earnings, Revenue Estimates

Goldman Sachs Falls Short on Earnings, Revenue Estimates

On 4/18/2017 Goldman Sachs Group announced a quarterly dividend of $0.75 with an ex dividend date of which will be payable on 6/29/2017. "Another slow start to the year for Goldman Sachs ", Devin...

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Haslam's gas tax plan up for full House vote

Haslam's gas tax plan up for full House vote

Haslam says his approach is fairest because about half of fuel taxes are paid for by trucking companies and out of state drivers. The bill also allows localities to hold referendums to pass local opti...

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France's Le Pen hardens tone as campaign clock ticks down

France's Le Pen hardens tone as campaign clock ticks down

Should the European Commission develop its own plans for a French exit from the eurozone and Schengen? Le Pen has said she would extend the law banning "ostensible" religious signs to the streets ...

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Melania Trump reminds Donald to put hand on heart during anthem

Melania Trump reminds Donald to put hand on heart during anthem

Even the Easter Bunny had his hand over his heart, only the "America First" president required a nudge from his better part to remind him of his civic duty. President Donald Trump, with first lady Mel...

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Arkansas governor disappointed by court ruling

Arkansas governor disappointed by court ruling

The State of Arkansas also argued that granted this restraining order would essentially cause a stay of execution, which the state said Judge Gray didn't have the authority to do. The U.S. Supreme Cou...

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Arkansas Fails in Attempt to Execute 2 Black Men in 1 Day

Arkansas Fails in Attempt to Execute 2 Black Men in 1 Day

McKesson Medical-Surgical Inc. on Tuesday filed a complaint in Pulaski County Circuit Court seeking a temporary restraining order or injunction "to prevent the use of our product for something other...

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Mexican's immigration status is in dispute over deportation

A familiar figure will decide Montes's case: U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel, the judge President Trump accused of being biased against him in the Trump University fraud case because of his "Mexica...

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Utah Rep. Chaffetz says he won't run for re-election

Utah Rep. Chaffetz says he won't run for re-election

Jason Chaffetz announced, via Facebook , that he will not seek reelection in 2018. He said that despite "the encouragement of many ", he will not be running for Chaffetz's seat as he does not li...

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BOMBSHELL: Rep. Jason Chaffetz Says He's Not Running for Re-Election

BOMBSHELL: Rep. Jason Chaffetz Says He's Not Running for Re-Election

Chaffetz, who said he continues to sleep on a cot in his congressional office while he's in Washington , repeatedly said he made the decision not to run because he wants to spend more time with his...

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Pope Francis shakes hands with Bill O'Reilly

Pope Francis shakes hands with Bill O'Reilly

Bill O'Reilly has ruled the cable news ratings for years. Fox News is cutting ties with Bill O'Reilly, the biggest star in its 20-year history, after mounting allegations of sexual harassment and in...

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Arkansas inmates set to die Thursday say they're innocent

Arkansas inmates set to die Thursday say they're innocent

Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty in 1976. The Arkansas Supreme Court has halted one of two executions planned for Thursday night, once again throwing a wrench in the state's plans to condu...

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San Bernardino school shooting: Officials release 911 audio

He's recovering better than we expected so, he's moving right along with his recovery", Mrs. Brandy said. After they split, Anderson began acting odd and threatening her, but according to Smith's moth...

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The political world waits on Georgia race, Ossoff

Now, after forcing the front-runner into a June 20 runoff, Republicans are vowing to unite and defeat the Democrats' chosen candidate in two months. The victor replaces Republican Tom Price, who ste...

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Massachusetts Planned Parenthood sees disregard for women's health

Massachusetts Planned Parenthood sees disregard for women's health

Four million people with low incomes rely on Title X for preventative health care. "This is a direct attack on the almost 4 million people who receive access to family services through Title X funds...

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Sexual abuse at boarding school went on for decades

Sexual abuse at boarding school went on for decades

In some cases, faculty members had sexual relationships with students for months, some of which continued after students left the school. One teacher allegedly invited a 12-year-old boy to his home ...

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