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  • Wyoming one of eight states to lose population

    The census numbers show IL lost 7,473 people between 2010 and 2015. The population drop has been pronounced upstate: 41 of 50 upstate NY counties lost population between 2010 and 2015. While New York's population grew by 1.8 percent between 2010 and 2016, Texas led the nation with a population growth of 10.4 percent over that period, while it was up 9.4 percent in Florida, the federal data showed.

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  • New Taliban Hostage Video Shows Pennsylvania Woman and Her Children

    In the video, Coleman asks government officials to "be merciful" to Taliban-affiliated prisoners in Kabul, Afghanistan who so that "God willing they will release us". "We have waited since 2012 for somebody to understand our problems", she said, appearing to read from a script, while her husband sat next to her with their children rested on his lap.

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  • Manhunt underway in Little Rock after 3-year-old shot and killed

    According to U.S. police, a driver shot at their vehicle because he thought they were not 'fast enough.' The woman drove away but the boy could not survive and later died in hospital. The grandmother was unhurt but at least one bullet hit the child. The toddler was on a shopping trip with his grandmother over the weekend when the gunman opened fire, police said .

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  • White supremacist found guilty on all counts in Charleston church massacre

    White supremacist found guilty on all counts in Charleston church massacre

    Jurors have reached a verdict in the federal death penalty trial of a man charged with killing nine black parishioners during Bible study at a SC church. Three people survived the shooting. Roof has said he will represent himself in the sentencing phase, but Judge Richard Gergel said Roof has until January 3rd to make the the final decision if he wants to waive the right to an attorney.

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  • Wake Forest leaks discovered by accident before Louisville game

    No. 15 Louisville (9-3) plays No. 19 LSU (7-4) in the Citrus Bowl on December 31 in Orlando, Florida. In an appearance Friday on ESPN's "Mike & Mike", Wake Forest coach Dave Clawson revealed how an equipment manager found suspicious note cards on the Demon Deacons sideline the day before their November 12 game at Louisville .

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  • Naperville Police Cracking Down on Drunk Drivers for Holidays

    Naperville Police Cracking Down on Drunk Drivers for Holidays

    It detects a driver's blood alcohol concentration, and won't let them start the auto if they are above the legal.08 limit. Drunk or drug-impaired driving offenders often serve jail time, lose their driver's license, are charged higher insurance rates, and pay dozens of other unanticipated expenses ranging from attorney fees, court costs, auto towing and repairs, and lost wages due to time off work.

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  • Jim Harbaugh 'not even considering' leaving MI football

    As for the rumors, which picked up steam after MMQB's Albert Breer visited The Herd with Colin Cowherd on Friday afternoon, Harbaugh said they are being driven by coaches he recruits against. They like to say that to the media. "I can't even take it seriously". Harbaugh makes an annual salary of $5 million at MI. They like to tell that to the recruits, to their families, try to manipulate them into going to some other school besides MI.

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  • National Weather Service issues lake effect snow advisory for Jefferson County

    National Weather Service issues lake effect snow advisory for Jefferson County

    About 5 inches of snow is forecast for Midland County. The potential exists for a total storm total accumalation of 6 inches from Saturdy night until Sunday evening. Travel will be impacted. "If the storm ends up being stronger, we expect a worst-case scenario of 10 to 12 inches", forecasters added. The Winter Weather Advisory for south central Montana remains in effect until noon Saturday .

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  • 20-Week Abortion Ban Approved by Statehouse, Giving Kasich Two Options

    20-Week Abortion Ban Approved by Statehouse, Giving Kasich Two Options

    OH lawmakers' extreme attack on abortion access is probably the start of a trend during the Trump administration. The Ohio Senate had previously decided not to act on the twice-defeated bill, but with the election of Donald Trump, Senate President Keith Faber indicated new hope that Trump will appoint at least one anti-abortion justice to the U.S.

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  • Donald Trump will remain executive producer of

    Donald Trump will remain executive producer of "Celebrity Apprentice"

    Variety reports that the new "Celebrity Apprentice" (with Arnold Schwarzenegger taking on the role once filled by Trump) will be sponsored by Trident gum, Welch's and Carnival Cruise Line. Now Trump and NBC are back in business. Conway pointed out that Trump was meeting with "experts" about what he can do outside the Oval Office. According to Variety , the confirmation that Trump would remain one of multiple executive producers came from MGM, which owns the Apprentice franchise.

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  • California lawmakers seek to fight Trump deportation efforts

    According to ThinkProgress, a publication of the Washington-based non-profit, Center for American Progress (CAP), the protesters were demanding that more universities and colleges become sanctuaries for undocumented students, and refuse access to US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials.

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  • Christie vetoes bill banning solitary confinement in New Jersey prisons

    Christie". He has maintained that he did not know the extent of his staff's involvement until the emails were first published by The Record, but during the trial six people - including two former top aides and his chief strategist - testified that they did tell him before January that senior staff were said to be linked to the scheme.

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  • Trump takes on another Mexico-bound Indiana manufacturer

    Trump takes on another Mexico-bound Indiana manufacturer

    Trump has already warned another company based in Milwaukee, Rexnord Corp, an industrial supplier that intends to shift a bearings plant and its 300 jobs from in to Mexico. He said companies can move within the US with no penalty, but said woe to those who move outside. Not sure that's a great return on investment and if the deal really required any new state incentives.

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  • Trump To Unveil "Almost All" Remaining Cabinet Picks Next Week

    It's possible someone told Trump, "You need to pick a Pentagon chief", and the president-elect made the military association and started thinking of generals, but that's really not how this is supposed to work in the American tradition. "He will be a strong proponent for rebuilding the US military which has been atrophying these last eight years". "We have some other announcements coming up literally very soon, and people are loving our choices so far", Trump said in an interview with Fox ...

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  • Authorities won't use force to remove protesters

    Authorities won't use force to remove protesters

    U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp says the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' decision to close federal land where protesters of the Dakota Access pipeline have camped is a needed step to keep residents, workers, protesters and authorities safe. Thousands of US military veterans committed to arrive on December 3 to defend the water protectors before the eviction notice was given. The pipeline's backers have been stalemated in their efforts to obtain a federal easement to tunnel under a dammed portion of ...

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  • Governor orders evacuation of protest camp

    David Archambault II, chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, responded to the Army Corps eviction notice by asking that the United States government deny permits to the builders of the Dakota Access pipeline. "This is a federal problem and needs to be dealt with by them", Kirchmeier said. "We are wardens of this land", Oglala Sioux member Isaac Weston told the Associated Press .

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  • Romney Doesn't Want to be Secretary of State This Badly, Does He?

    Gingrich, who met with Donald Trump earlier this week, aired his criticism of Romney just days after the former Republican presidential nominee met with the president-elect in Bedminster, NJ. "I am working hard, even on Thanksgiving", Trump tweeted on Thursday, saying he was seeking to persuade an IN air-conditioning company, Carrier Corp, to remain IN the United States.

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  • Dead in Uganda after Two Days of Fighting

    Four police officials and four soldiers have been wounded, he said. The spokesman added King Charles Wesley Mumbere was holed up in the palace while heavy gunfire was heard outside. A Ugandan government spokesman accused the militia of seeking to break away from Uganda. His Bakonzo community on the border with the DR Congo has always been at loggerheads with the dominant Toro kingdom in the region.

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  • Manila police safely detonate suspected bomb near US Embassy

    Manila police safely detonate suspected bomb near US Embassy

    The find was immediately reported to the police who quickly responded, said PNP-NCR Police Office acting regional director Chief Superintendent Oscar Albayalde. "We are still making further investigations to check if the ordnance is live", the intelligence official said. The Maute group, as the militants are known, is now being engaged by the military.

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  • US ELECTION SHOCK: Key Donald Trump state Wisconsin orders recount

    The request was filed by Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein. "We're doing this to ensure the integrity of our system". Political scientist Barry Burden, the director of the Elections Research Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, said it would be extremely hard to complete the recount on time.

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  • Magnitude-7.0 natural disaster hits Central America

    Magnitude-7.0 natural disaster hits Central America

    Guatemala, like its neighbors in Central America, regularly experiences earthquakes caused by shifts in the Earth's tectonic plates. The quake's epicentre was located some 149 kilometres south-southwest of Puerto Triunfo in El Salvador, according to the US Geological Survey.

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  • 7.0-Magnitude Earthquake Strikes off Nicaragua

    7.0-Magnitude Earthquake Strikes off Nicaragua

    People are seen outside a post office in San Jose, capital of Costa Rica, on November 24, 2016. The quake comes less than an hour after the eye of Hurricane Otto slammed into the east coast of southern Nicaragua. Neither have there been reports of injuries or property damage. Just one hour earlier, a powerful hurricane, Otto, packing winds of 175kmh made landfall on Nicaragua's other coast.

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  • Need extra cash for holiday shopping? Powerball swells to $403M

    Need extra cash for holiday shopping? Powerball swells to $403M

    A $2 ticket gives you a one in 292.2 million chance at joining the hall of Powerball champions. The couple chose to receive the cash option - $165.6 million before taxes. The prize is on the brink of becoming one of the largest jackpots in US history if it keeps rolling with no lucky winners. Also, the Michigan Lottery Lotto 47 jackpot has risen to $10.4 million.

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