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Bus Carrying 26 Kids on DC Field Trip Overturns in Md

Bus Carrying 26 Kids on DC Field Trip Overturns in Md

Students on the bus were traveling from C.W. Henry School, a K-8 school in Mt. The company issued a statement Monday evening, saying, "Werner Coach is cooperating fully with police, officials from the...

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Trump signs order to ease ban on political activity by churches

Trump signs order to ease ban on political activity by churches

It is likely that the Administration will soon face legal challenges to the executive order. The statement came after Trump signed a "religious freedom" executive order Thursday. Issued on the Nat...

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Travis Scott Arrested Following Arkansas Show

Travis Scott Arrested Following Arkansas Show

Back in Chicago in August 2015, he was charged with disorderly conduct after encouraging Lollapalooza attendee's to climb over the security barricades and rush the stage. Stay with 40/29 News and 4029...

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Armed inmate killed, hostage rescued at hospital

Armed inmate killed, hostage rescued at hospital

Consequently, the emergency room was evacuated and Patients who can't leave were moved by an ambulance to other hospitals. The incident started at about 12:30 p.m.in a small room near the hospital's e...

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Ohio shooting: Police chief, 2 nursing home workers killed

Ohio shooting: Police chief, 2 nursing home workers killed

In honor of Kirkersville Police Chief Steven E. Disario, who was killed in the line of duty May 12, 2017 . The last radio traffic from the police chief was that he had the gunman in sight. The name...

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Trump delaying decision on Paris climate deal

Trump delaying decision on Paris climate deal

While the Paris Agreement encourages parties to increase ambition over time, it does not prohibit the reverse. But her stance on the Paris accord and her influence inside the cut-throat world of W...

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ICE Arrests Over 1300 People in Six-Week Long Nationwide Operation

The operation specifically targeted gang members that were suspected to be involved in drug trafficking, sex trafficking, weapons smuggling, human smuggling, racketeering, and murder. "Gangs threaten ...

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Coverage of all things Boise State football

Coverage of all things Boise State football

Women's basketball ranked fourth with a score of 996. Last week, six DePaul programs were recognized with Public Recognition Awards from the NCAA for having multi-year Academic Performance Rate (A...

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Officials from Arctic nations meet amid drilling concerns

High-level officials from the world's eigh. Thursday's Council meeting marks the end of two years of American leadership in the Arctic, and the policy brief states that it will be hard to foster tra...

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Annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive is May 13th

Annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive is May 13th

Post Office in La Costa. In Clinton's case, those canned goods are sorted and gathered into postal bins, which are picked up by beneficiaries. It's estimated 1 in 6 Idahoans might not know when they...

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Vernon County Police Memorial Service is May 16

The memo line should clearly indicate the donation is for the construction of the "Fayette County Law Enforcement Memorial". With there being so much at risk for officers and their families to be in...

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White House has approved weapons for Kurds over Turkey's objections, official says

White House has approved weapons for Kurds over Turkey's objections, official says

Kurdish forces are on the move to take back Raqqa, the city ISIS declared its capital. And in Denmark earlier Tuesday, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said the US and Turkey are working out their diffe...

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US environmental chief to recuse himself from court cases

US environmental chief to recuse himself from court cases

At least five members of the BOSC have already been dismissed after their terms ended this year, according to The New York Times; numerous members' terms already have or will expire this fiscal y...

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Government-wide spending bill headed for a House vote

Opposing the measure were Republican Reps. After the approval of the bill, the next big budget challenge will now be passing legislation to fund the government for fiscal year 2018 which starts Octo...

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North Korea accuses US, South Korea of assassination attempt

North Korean ministry claimed that the government was made aware of a 2014 assassination attempt against Kim that was to be carried out by an "ideologically corrupted and bribed" citizen who reportedl...

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Hospital Where Jimmy Kimmel's Son Had Open-Heart Surgery Sees Spike in Donations

Reaction to Jimmy Kimmel's emotional monologue on Monday, during which he tearfully described his newborn son's heart condition - which required open-heart surgery within hours of his birth - contin...

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ACLU: President Trump's 'Religious Liberty' Executive Order Has 'No Discernible Policy Outcome'

Donald Trump is flanked by clergy members as he signs an Executive Order during a National Day of Prayer event on May 4, 2017. However, the executive order would not make any changes in the exis...

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3 fallen officers honored in Topeka

3 fallen officers honored in Topeka

Bradley, who was appointed chaplain of the Niagara Falls Police Department in 1998, is a founding member of Niagara Interfaith Chaplaincy, the organization that sponsors the annual police memorial. Ki...

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Iowa escaped inmate captured after killing deputy

The other deputy, 10-year veteran Pat Morgan, is expected to survive. The vehicle then crashed near I-480 and Cuming as the suspect attempted to get on the interstate around 11:30 a.m. One other inm...

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2 die in Arkansas flooding; storm toll now 9

National Weather Service surveyors have already confirmed seven tornadoes in MS, and Gov. Phil Bryant said the total could rise to as many as 20. 'It is heartbreaking and upsetting to say the least,...

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Baton Rouge police 'will not be charged' over Alton Sterling's death

Sterling , a father of five, was cut down by multiple police bullets on July 5, 2016. The convenience store owner said officers twice deployed the devices before the shooting. That comes after report...

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SpaceX launches top-secret spy satellite for US government

SpaceX reportedly plans to fly up to 24 missions this year for customers including the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Billionaire Elon Musk has battled for years to work with ...

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Facebook CEO dinner hosts say he's not running for president

Facebook CEO dinner hosts say he's not running for president

Moore says he got a call within the last week from a local guy who is connected with Zuckerberg, asking if he's like to have dinner with a special guest. This has contributed to a greater sense of div...

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Congress Passes Stopgap Measure To Fund Government, Averting Shutdown

Congress Passes Stopgap Measure To Fund Government, Averting Shutdown

The catchall spending bill is the first major piece of bipartisan legislation during Trump's short tenure. Lawmakers needed more time to finish their sweeping $1 trillion legislation for the remaind...

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Thousands in US ready to rally against Trump, for workers

Thousands in US ready to rally against Trump, for workers

Similar rallies are gearing up in other Southern California cities including San Diego. In Portland, dancers in bright, feathered headdresses performed to the beat of drums on Monday afternoon. No a...

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House fire kills 5, including 3 children, in NYC

House fire kills 5, including 3 children, in NYC

The victims ranged in age from 2 to 21, plus one adult who was somewhat older, fire officials said. Nigro said a passing motorist saw someone tumble from a window as smoke billowed from the structur...

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Trump to spend Day 100 in office talking tough on trade

The top Democrat in the Senate sees the first 100 days very differently than the White House . "Now, not all of the free-trade agreements that we have result in deficits". "There's no discernible i...

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Trump Won't Get House OK of Health Bill Before His 100th Day

One major sticking point for the House Freedom Caucus last month was what to do with ObamaCare's "essential health benefits" (EHBs), a list of 10 various services, ranging from maternity care to drug ...

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Coulter's Berkeley speech canceled, police prep for violence

Ann Coulter's speech at the University of California at Berkeley was canceled. What is not protected are threats of violence, like the kind that was coming from some people who planned to protest ...

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This Is The "World's Best Cherry Pie" According To Katy Perry

Fans are super excited about the new, seemingly wacky single. Katy Perry recently returned in February with the release of "Chained To The Rhythm". Wednesday, she confirmed the song's release date...

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