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When she told them to get out and they refused, Randolph "shut the auto door to teach Juliet a lesson, thinking she could get herself and her brother out of the vehicle when ready", the statement said. But Randolph later admitted to authorities that she left the kids in the auto. Ms Randolph initially said they were exposed to extreme temperatures inside the vehicle for no longer than an hour.
  • Cop who killed Tamir Rice fired for job application omission

    Cop who killed Tamir Rice fired for job application omission

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    Cleveland authorities also announced that Frank Garmback , the officer driving the patrol auto at the time Loehmann shot Rice, would be suspended for 10 days for administrative rule violations of his own. Samaria Rice lamented the state courts' decision not to indict Loehmann and Garmback, but said she hoped investigations might eventually lead to a federal indictment on civil rights charges.
  • Waterville Residents Gather to Honor Veterans at Memorial Day Parade

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    Invited to speak to high school students in Allentown, Pennsylvania, she said she told them, "What is the true meaning of Memorial Day?" "It's not about Memorial Day sales or Barbeque or spending time at the beach, the day is to give back a little bit for those who have secured the freedoms we enjoy in America, " said Officer Larson.
  • Trump hails heroes at Arlington

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    Christopher D. Horton, an Oklahoma National Guard sniper who was killed in Afghanistan in 2011, and Army Maj. The son of the retired Marine lieutenant general, Robert, also a Marine, died in 2010 after he stepped on a land mine while on patrol in Afghanistan.
  • Fresh from his travels, Trump rails on Twitter about 'fake news'

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    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. According to the person familiar with the Kushner meeting, the Trump team eventually felt there was no need for a back channel once Rex Tillerson was confirmed as secretary of state on February 1.
  • ICE Raid Picks Up 10 in Santa Barbara County

    ICE Raid Picks Up 10 in Santa Barbara County

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    Fugitive Operations officers made 188 arrests in Los Angeles and the surrounding areas, targeting " at-large criminal aliens, illegal re-entrants, and immigration fugitives ", according to a news release from the agency. Individuals who have outstanding orders of deportation, or who returned to the country illegally after being deported, are subject to immediate removal.
  • Afternoon Showers, Heavier Rain Tonight

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    Part of the reason for the cooling is an increase in wind, and it's from the south. Estimates of wind speed range from single digit to 16 miles per hour, with gusts up to 20 miles per hour on Wednesday . This will keep a few showers in place during the day, but it should dry out in time for the Pittsburgh Pirates game Friday evening. Rain chances return Sunday .
  • Philippine church says priest, churchgoers taken hostage

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    President Rodrigo Duterte has declared martial law in the southern third of the nation and warned he will enforce it harshly. "I have to do it to preserve the republic". Last November the government claimed it had killed 61 Maute fighters in five days of military air and ground assaults. The violence erupted Tuesday after the army raided the hideout of Isnilon Hapilon, a commander of the Abu Sayyaf militant group who has pledged allegiance to IS.
  • Tornado watch issued for area

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    Some of these storms may become severe, with primary risks of large hail over one inch in diameter, and damaging wind gusts over 60 miles per hour, the NWS said. Mobile homes will be damaged or destroyed. A tornado watch is now in place for North Florida until 3 PM due to active weather across portions of the Panhandle.
  • US Sees More Arrests, Less Deportations Under Trump

    US Sees More Arrests, Less Deportations Under Trump

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    During a press call with reporters Wednesday morning, acting ICE Director Thomas Homan said that between the inauguration and the end of April, the agency arrested more than 41,000 people. Convicted criminal arrests increased about 20 percent from previous year, to 12,766. This rise in the number of arrests among those with no criminal convictions marks a departure from Trump's campaign pledge to target undocumented migrants he branded serious criminals.
  • Dozens injured after charter bus overturns in Maryland

    Dozens injured after charter bus overturns in Maryland

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    Maryland State Police said there were 26 children, three chaperones and a driver on the bus. Northbound I-95 between exits 89 and 93 will remain closed until further notice, authorities said. Two children were taken from a Maryland hospital to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. On the other buses were police cadets who helped first responders get patients off the bus and get help, according to fire officials.
  • Trump administration hollows out EPA science integrity board

    Trump administration hollows out EPA science integrity board

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    The members were told via email that their three-year terms on the board, which had just expired, would not be renewed. Board members are limited to two three-year terms, where experts are typically reappointed for the second term, but the EPA chose to cut their tenures short to one term on this occasion.
  • ACLU Won't Be Suing Trump Over His 'Religious Liberty' Order After All

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    We will continue our steadfast charge to defend Americans' right to exercise their religion and ensure their freedom from having others' beliefs forced upon them. "We know all too well the attacks against the Little Sisters of the Poor", he said, "incredible nuns who care for the sick, the elderly, and the forgotten".
  • Local officers honor the fallen in Carson City

    Local officers honor the fallen in Carson City

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    Urbdandale police officers salute during memorial ceremony. In addition to the fallen, the ceremony also honors active and retired members of the state police. Troopers also honored the most recent trooper who lost his life. "They have a memorial baton and all of the officers are listed in that memorial", said Captain Jim Halsey with the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.
  • Hannity defends Fox News president Shine amid report

    Hannity defends Fox News president Shine amid report

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    Citing anonymous sources NY magazine is reporting that Shine recently asked 21st Century Fox CEO James Murdoc for a statement of support. (The "Gabe" in question being NY editor Gabe Sherman , whose four-letter name Hannity quickly apologized for mangling with a bit of textual diaeresis.) Hannity then alleged that the calls were coming from inside the creaky collection of bad institutional practices, suggesting that the push against Shine was a plot from someone at Fox News itself.
  • Flynn was warned not to accept foreign payme... 10:47 am Thu

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    In a letter sent to the acting secretary of the Army , Republican House Oversight Committee chairman Jason Chaffetz requested that "in light of these apparent violations" the Army establish a way for Mr Flynn to repay the hundred of thousands of dollars that he received from the governments of Russian Federation and Turkey.
  • Trump's hardball tactic on health care may backfire

    Trump's hardball tactic on health care may backfire

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    The White House and Democrats each have adopted hard-line positions on Trump's $1 billion request for a down payment on construction of the border wall, a central plank of last year's campaign. Study co-author Gary Claxton said more people could enroll because more people could get a bronze plan for free, or all the news coverage about making Obamacare less generous could drive people away.
  • Arkansas executes 2 inmates on the same gurney, hours apart

    Arkansas executes 2 inmates on the same gurney, hours apart

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    Williams' attorneys argued that "current circumstances demonstrate an ongoing constitutional violation-cruel, unusual, and inhumane infliction of pain and suffering upon Mr. The state is also due to execute Kenneth Williams Thursday. He was also convicted of abducting and raping two other women. The request was granted, temporarily halting Williams' execution.
  • New Secret Service director expected to be named

    New Secret Service director expected to be named

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    He now serves as the acting deputy commissioner of US Customs and Border Protection. Alles has also led the Air and Marine Operations division of the customs agency, which has more than 1,000 agents, according to the agency's website. "I look forward to working with General Alles in continuing to implement recommendations put forth in our bipartisan Committee report". William Callahan, a Secret Service veteran who has been acting director since Clancy stepped down, returned to his position ...
  • Pull Little Rock school's charter, authorizing panel urges

    Pull Little Rock school's charter, authorizing panel urges

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    A total of 50.896 percent of students scored at proficient this past spring on state tests, up from 42.986 percent of students in 2015, according to information provided by the charter school. She said the ASD should have been clear about expectations. Cries of "shame", grunts of disapproval and several sobs from parents, students and parents representing the International Academy of Smyrna followed the school board's decision to close the school.
  • Indiana March jobless rate of 3.9 percent lowest since '01

    Indiana March jobless rate of 3.9 percent lowest since '01

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    March was the seventh consecutive month that posted both an increase in employment and a decrease in unemployment. The March report from the bureau also showed the average workweek for all employees on private nonagricultural payrolls fell to 32.8 hours from 33.3 hours in February, while the average hourly wage rose 4 cents during the same period to $27.35.
  • White House pushes uncertain bid to revive health care bill

    White House pushes uncertain bid to revive health care bill

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    President Trump is still considering whether to continue payments for the Obamacare subsidies, he said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal last week. A higher court stayed that ruling pending appeal. "The president is unlikely to gain any leverage with the Democrats by holding out since he pretty clearly will be blamed for the fallout if he cuts off the payments, especially now that he has acknowledged that he could keep the payments flowing".
  • Officers shot in Seattle

    Officers shot in Seattle

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    Police took a third suspect into custody, though they gave no details about his alleged role in the events or details of the arrest. A heavy police presence remained in the area into the late night and streets were closed as officials urged the public to stay away.
  • Bebe expects to close all it stores by the end of May

    Bebe expects to close all it stores by the end of May

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    It hired a real estate adviser to look into its lease holdings and a financial adviser to explore "strategic alternatives". The firm already had trimmed its store count to cut costs, and had said last month that it still had 134 Bebe stores in 31 states, Puerto Rico and Canada along with 34 Bebe outlet stores.
  • US Supreme Court rejects Arkansas request to allow execution

    US Supreme Court rejects Arkansas request to allow execution

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    McKesson had asked to withdraw that lawsuit after a federal judge halted the state's multiple execution plan, but that judge's ruling was reversed by an appeals court Monday. This combination of undated photos provided by the Arkansas Department of Correction shows death-row inmates Stacey E. Johnson, left, and Ledell Lee.
  • One Dead in Military Helicopter Crash in Leonardtown

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    One crew member remains in serious condition and another is in critical condition, according to the US Army. County officials could not be reached for comment. The BayNet , a southern Maryland news outlet, posted a photo from the crash scene of what appears to be a destroyed black chopper with fire department personnel on hand.
  • Facts about Justice Neil Gorsuch and the Supreme Court

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    Smith. Gorsuch's appointment comes after a long, bitter fight in the United States Senate. Donald Trump revelled in the biggest political victory of his presidency at a White House ceremony on Monday in which his Supreme Court pick Neil Gorsuch was sworn in , poised to make an instant impact on a court once again dominated by conservatives.
  • Ark. judge who participated in protest barred from death penalty cases

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    Arkansas had scheduled the series of executions in order to beat the expiration date on its batch of one of the three drugs used in its lethal injection cocktail. The Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission confirmed Monday an investigation of Griffen is pending following the state Supreme Court referral.
  • Arkansas judge blocks executions

    Arkansas judge blocks executions

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    Four companies have publicly raised concerns about how the Arkansas Department of Correction came to stockpile the drugs for its lethal injection cocktail - midazolam, vecuronium bromide and potassium chloride - but only McKesson Corp. Rutledge notes that Griffen attended two anti-death penalty rallies Friday in Little Rock, including one outside the Arkansas Governor's Mansion where he "lay strapped down on a cot to simulate the experience of a condemned prisoner on a gurney".
  • Arrest Made in Vanessa Marcotte Murder Case

    Arrest Made in Vanessa Marcotte Murder Case

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    Angel Cordero Ortiz, 31, was arrested overnight, according to reports in Boston , and is being held on $10 million ($13 million) bail. Her body was found the next day less than a mile from her mothers home. Colon-Ortiz was charged Friday with aggravated assault, aggravated assault and battery and assault with intent to rape. "It was through her determined fight and her efforts that we obtained the DNA of her killer".
  • Texas Bill Would Revoke Local LGBT Protections

    Texas Bill Would Revoke Local LGBT Protections

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    That period is three years, which means that, as before, North Carolina employees may bring such claims up to three years after their employment ends, a far more generous time frame than what is allowed for suits under comparable federal laws.
  • Report on East Coast prep school details decades of sexual misconduct

    Report on East Coast prep school details decades of sexual misconduct

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    During a school study overseas trip to Costa Rica in 1999, Rivera allegedly grabbed a 15-year-old student's breast and sexually assaulted a 17-year-old student on the same night in a swimming pool at a resort. At least 12 former faculty members at the Wallingford, Connecticut, school allegedly abused students between 1963 and 2010, according to the 50-page report by an outside investigator hired by Choate's board of trustees.
  • Easter egg hunts to explore around Kamloops

    Easter egg hunts to explore around Kamloops

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    All children ages 1 to 12 are invited to participate. IMS Easter Egg Hunt at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Pacific Grove Golf Course Easter Egg Hunt - This free annual Easter Egg Hunt involves hundreds of eggs hidden all across the driving range in grass, under trees, at the base of flagpoles and more.
  • Trump signs measure allowing states to block some Planned Parenthood money

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    Trump's signature reverses an Obama-era rule that blocked states from interfering with federal dollars to Planned Parenthood because most of the money supports women's health and family planning services unrelated to abortion. The resolution permits the withholding of taxpayer dollars from federal family planning programs which funnel the money to clinics which offer abortion services to patients.
  • What next? Scorpion stings passenger on United Airlines flight

    What next? Scorpion stings passenger on United Airlines flight

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    One officer was placed on paid leave on Tuesday. United also announced that passengers on United Express Flight 3411 would be compensated with cash, travel credits or miles in an amount equal to the cost of their tickets. Attorney Thomas Demetrio indicated Thursday Dr. David Dao will sue United and the city of Chicago , which employs the officers who pulled Dao off Sunday's Louisville-bound flight.
  • Pres. Trump Goes After Comey: 'He Saved Hillary Clinton's Life'

    Pres. Trump Goes After Comey: 'He Saved Hillary Clinton's Life'

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    Trump again brought up the Clinton investigation in the Fox Business Network interview, telling Bartiromo, "Don't forget, when Jim Comey came out, he saved Hillary Clinton ". According to CNN , Clinton said Trump's condemnation is in direct contrast to his concern for these children. As I said, it is essential that the world does more to deter Syrian President Bashar Hafez al-Assad from committing future murderous atrocities.
  • Sculptor of Wall Street's bull wants 'Fearless Girl' moved

    Sculptor of Wall Street's bull wants 'Fearless Girl' moved

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    Now, 30 years later, there's a new girl in town. and Di Modica isn't happy about it. The sculptor of Wall Street's famous " Charging Bull " is pushing back against the overnight sensation of the bull's newest companion: a statue that's become known as "Fearless Girl", which depicts a small girl squaring off against the bovine companion.
  • Ben Carson rescued from elevator in affordable housing complex tour

    Ben Carson rescued from elevator in affordable housing complex tour

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    So, when Carson got stuck in the elevator, Mourning apologized profusely, said the Herald. Mourning arrived just as Carson and Liu had squeezed into an elevator, along with other HUD officials, to check out the roof. No one was injured and they were released after about 15 or 20 minutes. Mourning's nonprofit "AM Affordable Housing" co-developed the complex. Carson is also expected to hold several meetings Wednesday and Thursday in Miami and Miami Gardens.
  • Suspect's status as failed asylum-seeker saddens Stockholm

    Suspect's status as failed asylum-seeker saddens Stockholm

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    The Swedish police arrested a 39-year-old Uzbek man on Friday evening as the suspected driver of the truck, and the officials are now questioning seven more people. And on France's Bastille Day last July, at least 85 people were killed when another large truck mowed down a crowd celebrating the day. The Belgian news agency Belga, quoting Reyders, says the woman had been reported missing and was first identified via her identity papers and later by DNA testing.
  • Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley Expected to Resign Amid Affair Cover Up Allegations

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    Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley (R) resigned Monday after fighting for more than a year against allegations he used public resources to carry out and hide an affair with his former top aide. March 2014: First lady Dianne Bentley secretly records phone call between Bentley and a woman, presumably aide Rebekah Caldwell Mason. The top lawyer in an impeachment investigation says Alabama Gov.