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  • Texas mom says she locked 2 kids in hot auto, killing them

    Texas mom says she locked 2 kids in hot auto, killing them

    Cynthia Marie Randolph , 25, faces charges of first-degree felony counts of injury to a child causing serious bodily injury, according to Parker County Sheriff's investigators. Randolph initially reported the children entered the vehicle on their own and had locked themselves inside, authorities said. She said she found the kids in the auto, that they had locked themselves inside and that she broke the vehicle window in an attempt to save them.

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  • Senate jabs Trump in unanimous vote on North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

    Senate jabs Trump in unanimous vote on North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

    In other words, the Trump administration may (again) be betting that loyalty to the president - or more likely, fear of his political base - will be more important to House Republicans than the omnipresent suspicions over, and investigation into, possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation, as well as the president's seeming attempts to dismiss that investigation.

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  • Andres Oppenheimer: Trump's policy changes will give new ammunition to Cuba's dictatorship

    Andres Oppenheimer: Trump's policy changes will give new ammunition to Cuba's dictatorship

    Cuban state newspaper Granma , a mouthpiece of the regime, said Trump's measures heralded "a return to the Cold War ". While most Republicans cheered the change in policy - including Florida Senator Marco Rubio, who engaged in a nasty fight with Mr Trump for the Republican nomination past year - many said that the changes were a brash political play to try and attract conservative Cuban voters in Florida.

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  • Lobbyist shot is expected to make full recovery

    Lobbyist shot is expected to make full recovery

    He underwent another surgery today, but continues to show signs of improvement. Hodgkinson has been identified as the suspect in the Wednesday, June 14, 2017, Washington D.C. Law enforcement officials proceeded Friday with their investigation of the attack at a suburban Virginia park, including examining Hodgkinson's social media activities and his home in Belleville, Illinois.

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  • Heat advisory issued for next week

    Heat advisory issued for next week

    County officials also advised residents to stay in air conditioning during the hottest hours of the day, take cool showers, avoid using the oven to cook and avoid unnecessary sun exposure. A ridge of high pressure centered over Southern California is to blame, said Will Pi, a meteorologist with the weather service. Authorities also warned against leaving children or pets in parked cars, which can heat up to lethal levels in just minutes.

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  • Ex-FBI chief Comey to testify next week in Russian Federation probe

    The Journal reports that the Senate Intelligence Committee will soon hear testimony, possibly next week, from fired FBI Director James Comey about whether President Trump asked him to "back off" investigating "Russiagate". Mr. Nunes, it should be recalled, announced in April that he would step aside from the panel's investigation into the Russian Federation affair. The committee's ranking Democrat, Rep.

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  • Bellinger homers, Ks rule in Dodgers 2-1 win over Brewers

    ESPN adds that Kershaw reached 2,000 strikeouts at a historically fast pace. Brewers starting pitcher Jimmy Nelson certainly played a part in the Dodger offensive woes, he matched career highs with his eight-inning, 11 strikeout game. "It will be cool someday". He has not allowed more than two earned runs in consecutive regular-season starts since his last start before going on the disabled list with a back injury a year ago (in June) and his first start after returning (in September).

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  • National Spelling Bee becoming easier to predict

    Stephen the Martyr School next year. The last 10 National Spelling Bee winners have participated in the foundation's spelling bee , and 17 of the past 21 champions have been Indian-American. But, back to New Hampshire: Perhaps there's something in the water, because diarrhea was the spelling it most often looked up previous year as well.

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  • Trump accuses media of fabricating news

    US President Donald Trump has accused media outlets of "fabricating" much of the news they publish about the White House and inventing anonymous sources on which the reports are ostensibly based. Trump is back on his bullshit, y'all. Mr Kelly, the homeland security secretary, carried the same message on Sunday. "Any way that you can communicate with people, particularly organizations that are maybe not particularly friendly to us, is a good thing".

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  • ICE arrests 188 in SoCal during 5-day operation

    ICE arrests 188 in SoCal during 5-day operation

    A five-day operation conducted by immigration officials this week resulted in nearly 200 arrests in the Los Angeles area, with two in Glendale, according to authorities. Eight people face federal prosecution for returning to the US illegally after being deported. In the Trump administration, they are able to arrest anyone in violation of immigration law.

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  • Thunderstorms and rain expected Thursday along the Front Range

    Thunderstorms and rain expected Thursday along the Front Range

    It looks to remain dry through the night and into the overnight. Thursday night: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 1 a.m. Computer models show another chance of showers Sunday PM. Cloudy, with a high near 69. Southwest wind 6 to 8 miles per hour. During the rest of the day Sunday , we will have partly cloudy skies with highs in the mid to upper 80s.

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  • UVA wins their third straight NCAA men's tennis championship

    UVA wins their third straight NCAA men's tennis championship

    Rinderknech will make his second straight appearance in the NCAA singles and doubles field after earning All-SEC honors for the third straight season. "I always call J.C. Aragone the biggest warrior that I have ever coached, and when he was one of the last matches on I was pretty comfortable", Virginia coach Brian Boland said.

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  • CBO: New GOP health care law would leave 23M uninsured

    CBO: New GOP health care law would leave 23M uninsured

    President Trump invited House Republicans to the White House to celebrate their passage of the American Health Care Act . "Today's updated CBO score reaffirms the disturbing reality of Trumpcare: tens of millions of Americans would lose their health insurance and millions more would be forced to pay dramatically more for less coverage", said Rep.

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  • Security forces killed in Marawi City

    OFFICIALS in the Philippines are verifying reports claiming a Catholic priest and several parishioners have been taken captive by members of the Islamic State-linked Maute militant group. Cayetano said Mr. Duterte will be cutting short his four-day official visit to Russian Federation because the leader "feels "that he is needed in Manila as soon as possible".

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  • Trump records robocall for Montana special election

    Trump records robocall for Montana special election

    The Montana special election race for the House seat vacated by President Trump's Interior secretary, Ryan Zinke , is " closer than it should be ", said the Republican candidate, Greg Gianforte. But it could allow those people to be charged higher insurance premiums or direct them into state high-risk insurance pools. The renegotiated legislation will return to the House, where every vote will be critical.

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  • Tornado Watch in effect for parts of the area

    Tornado Watch in effect for parts of the area

    By about 1:20 p.m., NWS radar had begun picking up storms in western North and SC. A Hazardous Weather Outlook report also released this morning said some thunderstorms expected this afternoon and evening could produce gusting winds and "marginally severe hail" through 9 p.m.

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  • Commuter bus crashes on I-95, dozens hurt

    Commuter bus crashes on I-95, dozens hurt

    A bus carrying Philadelphia schoolchildren was hit by a vehicle and overturned on an interstate highway in Maryland on Monday, injuring 30 people and backing up traffic for miles, authorities said . Two children were taken from a Maryland hospital to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. "She thought she was dreaming because prior to that she was napping", said parent John Clark.

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  • EPA's Pruitt recuses himself from environmental lawsuits

    EPA's Pruitt recuses himself from environmental lawsuits

    Half of the 18 members on the board have been informed that their three-year terms will not be renewed, according to the Washington Post . "We have been informed that your appointments are not being renewed and that the Agency will carry out a competitive nomination process to solicit new members rather than reappointing individuals who have already served a three-year term", read the message from the EPA sent to one scientist on the board and obtained by CNN .

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  • Religious Groups Divided Over Trump's Executive Order

    The order relaxes IRS enforcement of the Johnson Amendment , which bans tax-exempt organizations like churches from political speech and activities. "We believe that the pulpit should be politics-free", Mclean said. For example, on Wednesday, the ACLU tweeted , "And if President Trump signs an order that will allow religion to be used as an excuse to discriminate, we will sue".

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  • Howard County Police honor fallen officers at memorial ceremony

    Howard County Police honor fallen officers at memorial ceremony

    Early arrival is encouraged. The ceremony began in West Bloomfield in 2009. Standing under the hot noon sun, a Sacramento Police Department officer carefully plucked a bright yellow rose from a large bundle in his hands and handed it to the Sacramento County sheriff's deputy standing alongside him.

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  • Hannity defends Fox News president Shine amid report

    Hannity defends Fox News president Shine amid report

    According to Sherman's reporting , Shine recently asked James and Lachlan Murdoch , the 21st Century Fox CEO and chairman, to publish a statement in support of him. Fox News continues to be the most-watched cable news network and is typically among the leaders in all of cable, not just news. Hannity declined to say who within the company might be trying to smear Shine, but he offered up a hashtag in support.

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