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U.S. to quit Paris climate deal: Trump tells 'confidants'

U.S. to quit Paris climate deal: Trump tells 'confidants'

In an attempt to understand what could happen to the planet if the United States pulls out of Paris, the Associated Press consulted with more than two dozen climate scientists and analyzed a special...

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Portland Mayor Wants Pro-Trump, Anti-Sharia Rallies Canceled After Train Stabbings

Portland Mayor Wants Pro-Trump, Anti-Sharia Rallies Canceled After Train Stabbings

The rally's organizer Joey Gibson, told KGW ( http://bit.ly/2rkrPbI ) he is a libertarian promoting free speech. Asha Deliverance said doing so would honor her 23-year-old son, Taliesin Myrddin Na...

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Local Reaction To New CBO Score On Health Care Bill

Local Reaction To New CBO Score On Health Care Bill

This week, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office issued a report that echoed its preliminary projections of the AHCA's impacts. The Republicans are already defying following the House's le...

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Portland victim's mom calls on Trump to

Portland victim's mom calls on Trump to "take action"

Three men, including Meche, intervened before police say Christian attacked them. Christian fled after the incident , however, he was captured and arrested by the police soon after. Also Tuesday, r...

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Shoving, threats between reps on House floor during protests at Capitol

Shoving, threats between reps on House floor during protests at Capitol

Matt Rinaldi , a Republican Texas state representative, claims Democratic colleagues of his threatened him with violence after he called ICE on illegal immigrants who were protesting in the ...

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USA successfully tests ICBM defense system amid rising North Korea tensions

According to Reuters , Kim said that North Korea would begin building more powerful weapons capable of striking the United States , in order to deter usa aggression against the North. Pyongyang has...

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Jack Nicklaus calls on golf to support Tiger Woods

But Nike shouldn't part ways with golfer Tiger Woods following his Monday arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence. However, his blood alcohol level on two breath tests was.000, accordi...

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As Trump grapples with crisis, communications aide steps down

As Trump grapples with crisis, communications aide steps down

Dubke, who submitted his resignation May 18 but agreed to remain in place through President Trump's recent overseas trip, remained upbeat after news of his pending departure broke on Tuesday. Dubke ...

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Library's summer reading program kicks off Thursday

Library's summer reading program kicks off Thursday

Kids keep track of each day in which they listen or read for at least 20 minutes, each time they reach 20 days of 20 minutes read they can pick out a free book at the library. To enroll, participants ...

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Mary Kay Letourneau's husband Vili Fualaau files for separation

Mary Kay Letourneau's husband Vili Fualaau files for separation

During the conversation Latourneau talked about the initial physical connection between her and Fualaau, saying, "The incident was a late night that it didn't stop with a kiss". It wasn't until after ...

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Local veteran shares his thoughts on Memorial Day

Local veteran shares his thoughts on Memorial Day

Throughout the day, people honored those who died protecting our country and those still serving. "We have all asked why, and I wish that I had an answer", Collins said. "This is mine that's my brot...

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Armed man at Orlando airport 'contained'

Armed man at Orlando airport 'contained'

While a rental vehicle employee told Channel 9 he heard what sounded like gunfire, no shots had been fired, Fennell said. "I saw all the cops with the long rifles and started shaking", she said. Ear...

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Hiker missing at Palouse Falls cliff

Hiker missing at Palouse Falls cliff

A Washington state man plummeted down a cliff while taking a selfie with his girlfriend during a Memorial Day hike at a scenic waterfall, according to police. Authorities put up temporary fencing at t...

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Arkansas Razorbacks to be featured on CBS twice in 2017

Arkansas Razorbacks to be featured on CBS twice in 2017

The Razorbacks will host Colorado State some time in December, according to a game contract, either in Fayetteville or North Little Rock. It was announced on Tuesday that TCU football's game against...

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White House communications director resigns amid tensions

Dubke, who was a late hire to the White House brought on to help stabilize a chaotic press process three months ago, offered his resignation just before President Trump left for an extended worldwid...

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Prosecutor tells jury man unconcerned about 'Baby Doe'

Prosecutor tells jury man unconcerned about 'Baby Doe'

Bond's boyfriend at the time, Michael McCarthy , was charged with Bella's murder and is now on trial. McCarthy's attorney says McCarthy did not kill the baby, it was likely Rachelle Bond , and it'...

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Sofia Coppla Becomes 2nd Woman to Win Best Director at Cannes

But this year, at least, the festival ended with a big win by a woman: Sofia Coppola became only the second female filmmaker ever to take home the best director prize, for The Beguiled . "This wa...

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Mets 4, Brewers 2

Mets 4, Brewers 2

Cabrera, however, quickly made amends with a single to start New York's three-run fifth. Gsellman contributed to both of the Mets' run-scoring rallies by lofting a sacrifice fly during a three...

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Texas House Declines To Negotiate With Senate On Its Proposed 'Bathroom' Compromise

In his last public comments on the issue - on Friday morning - the governor seemed optimistic, telling reporters progress had been made because conference committees had been appointed regarding the t...

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Ted Wheeler to federal government: revoke permit for Portland alt-right event

Ted Wheeler to federal government: revoke permit for Portland alt-right event

Police have said the suspect in the stabbings was yelling slurs at two teenage girls on the train, one of whom was wearing a hijab, when the other men intervened to try to talk him down. "I'm a libert...

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