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  • Madrid demolish Alaves 3-0 to remain top at La Liga

    Luis Suarez's first attempted chip over Ochoa came back off the underside of the bar before the Mexican denied Suarez with three saves in as many minutes. It was a great goal, though, with Cristiano Ronaldo slipping a terrific pass into the path of Isco, who lashed home into the top of the net. There was enough time for a third goal as Nacho headed home from six-yards out, after Bale's free-kick had crashed against the crossbar.

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  • Severe Storms And Flooding Possible Sunday And Monday

    The greatest risk for tornadoes Wednesday is across northern portions of Arkansas, where conditions will be ripe for storms to turn severe, the National Weather Service said. The flash flood watch will continue in our viewing area until 3 a.m. Damaging winds and hail are the main threat , but isolated tornadoes and heavy rains are possible, according to the National Weather Service.

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  • Remains of 6yo American girl found five years after she went missing

    Remains of 6yo American girl found five years after she went missing

    However, they have found what they believe are suspicious circumstances pointing to an area of entry into the family home. Magnus said the investigation into the girl's death is ongoing. The statement reads: "We want to thank the community for the support they have continued to show for Isa over the years and for refusing to give up hope".

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  • GOP senator open to 'nuclear option' if Dems filibuster Gorsuch

    Jameel Jaffer, former deputy director of the American Civil Liberties Union, said the Senate should not confirm Gorsuch without getting answers. Schumer said Gorsuch failed to convince him he would be "an independent check on a president who has shown nearly no restraint from executive overreach" or that he would be a neutral justice "free from the biases of politics and ideology".

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  • Intel chair Nunes met source of new surveillance documents at White House

    Intel chair Nunes met source of new surveillance documents at White House

    Then it gets weirder. The spokesman, Jack Langer, said the meet took place on the White House grounds because doing so legally allowed Nunes, who has a top security clearance, to view classified information. So let's look at the bigger picture. Nunes has repeatedly said this claim is literally false. Nunes said at a press conference Friday that he expects the National Security Agency to provide him with the documents in question by "early next week" so that the committee can review them.

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  • Severe Weather Alert for Arkansas Friday

    Severe Weather Alert for Arkansas Friday

    A variably cloudy sky is expected today with temperatures reaching the 60s in the afternoon. We now anticipate a line of storms coming in from the west after 4 a.m. A few light showers and a stray thunderstorm could develop as early as the late morning, but will more than likely wait until after midday. The ingredients will come together at the last minute, so the intensity of severe weather is still a bit in question.

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  • New health plan is unaffordable

    New health plan is unaffordable

    Paul Ryan may be trying to give the House members a Hobson's choice by insisting they vote on this bill without trying to solve its obvious problems. We need a representative in Washington who listens to, responds thoughtfully and represents the people here in District 13. For moderate Republicans, the doing away with Medicaid expansion is a big no-no, and in addition, they are upset by the loss of coverage for many Americans.

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  • Instagram will soon let users book appointments with companies

    Instagram will soon let users book appointments with companies

    He said there was "tremendous upside" and added: "This is about getting as many businesses as we can to have pages". If you've been admiring hair transformations from salon Instagram accounts, you might soon be able to book an appointment with a stylist straight from the app, according to Bloomberg .

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  • White House hosts Iraqi Prime Minister

    Recognizing that terrorism can not be defeated by military might alone, Trump and al-Abadi also agreed to promote an extensive political and economic partnership between the two countries. Trump said he also would address what he described as a "vacuum" that was created when so-called Islamic State (IS) militants took over large swaths of territory in western and northern Iraq .

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  • Kidnapped woman's escape from trunk of moving vehicle caught on video

    Tuesday. An armed man had stopped her with a gun and demanded money, she said. She was able to escape to a convenience store the suspect drove to right as he was pulling away. He said the man got "mad" after being unable to get the ATM card to work and then watched as he returned to the vehicle, and drove away. As the CCTV video reveals, the woman ran out of the trunk while the kidnapper drives off.

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  • Texas made gerrymandering mess and now needs to clean it up

    Texas made gerrymandering mess and now needs to clean it up

    The congressional district that includes Corpus Christi has been declared invalid by a federal judge panel, who ruled it was among three in the state that were a product of racial gerrymandering, according to Associate Press reports. The case was originally filed in 2011 as a response to the congressional redistricting that occurred after the 2010 census in Texas. " All sides concede that - whether it is a good thing or not - Texas has a strong correlation between race and party", Judge ...

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  • 'Dreamer' Arrested After Press Conference Set for Release From Detention

    'Dreamer' Arrested After Press Conference Set for Release From Detention

    After a week and a half in detention, during which her lawyers called to have her released and news outlets picked up on her story, Vargas was informed early Friday that she was being freed. Vargas' parents brought her from Argentina when she was 7 under a visa wavier program, which allows immigrants to enter the USA without a visa for 90 days but denies them a hearing in front of a judge if they overstay.

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  • Women's March Group Organizes A Day Without A Woman

    Women's March Group Organizes A Day Without A Woman

    While 12 News has not received any reports of school closures happening in Arizona, CNN reports some schools in Maryland and other states are shutting down for the day. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) said from the Capitol steps. Rep. Lois Frankel (Fla.), chairwoman of the Democratic Women's Working Group, told The Hill on Tuesday that members had considered abstaining from votes on Wednesday to participate in A Day Without a Woman.

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  • Hanging of young Muslim prompts calls for Federal Bureau of Investigation probe

    News stories about his death and the police investigation went viral this week - two months after he was found. "He was planning to graduate this year from Lake Stevens High School", Ibrahima Keita said. In a statement, Lake Stevens Police Chief John Dyer asked for any information, no matter how small or seemingly trivial, that might help give police a better idea of what happened in the days leading to Keita's death.

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  • 10 arrested after Trump supporters and protesters clash in Berkeley

    10 arrested after Trump supporters and protesters clash in Berkeley

    Supporters of Donald Trump clashed with counter-protesters at a rally in the famously left-leaning city of Berkeley, California, on a day of mostly peaceful gatherings in support of the US president across the country. Although heated words were exchanged, no arrests were made. But there were also protests. But he said "professional agitators" have been ruining America.

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  • US Launches a Flurry of Airstrikes Against al-Qaeda in Yemen

    US Launches a Flurry of Airstrikes Against al-Qaeda in Yemen

    Air Forces of the US-led coalition struck Syria's northwestern Idlib Governorate earlier this week, targeting a prominent militant leader and deputy chief of the al-Qaeda splinter group of Jabhat Fateh al-Sham. Although the United States has conducted periodic strikes against AQAP in Yemen , they have mostly occurred in small numbers. The strikes come barely a month after a controversial American commando raid against the extremists in which several civilians and a United States commando ...

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  • HSU chosen for list of top volunteer-producing colleges

    HSU chosen for list of top volunteer-producing colleges

    Really, it's a continuation of the values promoted here at Bowdoin on an global level". "We are proud of Colorado State University's long history with the Peace Corps and our continued success in producing highly qualified volunteers", said Rick Miranda, CSU provost and executive vice president.

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  • John Oliver tries to make sense of ObamaCare on Last Week Tonight

    John Oliver tries to make sense of ObamaCare on Last Week Tonight

    Our brand new business podcast is here! "He said Republicans can provide people access to affordable insurance plans, 'but whether they take it or not is like trying to legislate responsibility'". Earlier today, Trump met briefly with top executives from UnitedHealth, Aetna, Cigna, Humana, Anthem, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Kaiser Permanente, calling them "the biggest of the big".

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  • Governors appeal to Congress for 'flexibility' on ObamaCare overhaul

    Governors appeal to Congress for 'flexibility' on ObamaCare overhaul

    Asked whether Trump can guarantee that no one will lose coverage under his plan to replace Obamacare , White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that was the aspiration. The GOP needs to put its cards on the table: What exactly is the process for repeal, what is in the replacement plan and what happens if Republicans can not get 60 votes for that plan? "I won't compromise on principle, so I am urging Senators to refuse to confirm any Supreme Court nominee other than Merrick ...

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  • Army Veteran Accused of Helping Fake Islamic State Attack in Kansas City

    Army Veteran Accused of Helping Fake Islamic State Attack in Kansas City

    Hester, 25, was charged with two counts of attempting to provide material support or resources to terrorists, a felony that carries a maximum of 20 years in federal prison per count. His social media posts included pictures of weapons and the black flag used by the Islamic State, prosecutors said. During this time, Hester repeatedly presented himself as a threat, saying the US government should be "overthrown".

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  • Federal Appeals Court Agrees, Assault Weapons Not Protected By Second Amendment

    A 10-4 panel of the US 4th Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday upheld Maryland's 2013 Firearms Safety Act, stating the Second Amendment doesn't protect a right to "weapons of war". While courts exist to protect individual rights, we are not the instruments of anyone's political agenda, we are not empowered to court mass consequences we can not predict and we are not impaneled to add indefinitely to the growing list of subjects on which the states of our Union and the citizens of our country no ...

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  • Flooding Forces More Evacuations in San Jose, California

    More than 200 people were rescued by crews steering boats crowded with parents, kids and pets through nasty, chest-deep water. Mandatory evacuations were underway Tuesday in parts of San Jose, California, due to an apparent breach of a creek, Mayor Sam Liccardo told reporters.

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