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Names of inmates sought in Georgia released

Names of inmates sought in Georgia released

Sills described the fugitives as violent repeat offenders who are extremely unsafe, having taken the guards' 9 mm pistols. Throughout the scorching US south cops are hunting a pair of killer c...

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Senate GOP leaders unveil health care bill amid concerns

Others are much more reluctant to leave and it's taking four or five officers to carry them out. However, conservatives also get some of what they want when it comes to overhauling the entire Medica...

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Trump mocks Democratic leaders Pelosi and Schumer

Voters may interpret such torrents of contributions as attempts to exert outside influence, an interpretation Handel encouraged in her successful campaign against Ossoff. "When turnout starts going up...

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New GOP health bill overhauls Obama law

Paul tells The Associated Press in an interview that the bill released Thursday resembles " Obamacare " too closely and does not go far enough to repeal former President Barack Obama's law. Ac...

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Ethics office releases 98 pages of Trump financial records

He has at least 1.4 billion dollars (£1.1bn) in assets and reported at least 594 million (£468m) in income from January 2016 through this spring. Mar-a-Lago, where Trump played host to several for...

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New video from aftermath of Castile shooting shows girl's bravery

New video from aftermath of Castile shooting shows girl's bravery

In response, Castile's daughter says, "No please don't scream ..." Yanez was acquitted by a jury on charges of manslaughter and risky discharge of a firearm - sparking outrage in the community as ...

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Judge skeptical of anti-abortion group's bias claims

However, the court dismissed the charges with "leave to amend", which means Becerra could present new or more specific evidence and simply refile his accusations. Defense lawyers say Daleiden and Me...

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Ex-officer cleared in Milwaukee shooting

P.O. Heaggan-Brown is observed standing a short distance from Smith with his weapon pointed down at Smith when Heaggan-Brown discharges a second shot from his weapon at what appears to be Smith's ...

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Baseball shooter had list of 6 names

Baseball shooter had list of 6 names

The attack at the baseball field appeared to be more spontaneous than planned out, Slater said. He says investigators have been digging into Hodgkinson's background. Hodgkinson's online political ra...

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Senate GOP Health Care Bill Released, Protesters Removed From Outside McConnell's Office

Senate GOP Health Care Bill Released, Protesters Removed From Outside McConnell's Office

Sen. Bill Cassidy, R-Louisiana, said he's happy that the bill makes an effort to lower premiums "immediately", but he said he wants to ensure that as Medicaid is scaled back, "We don't lose the the ...

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Democratic lawmaker criticizes party brand, Pelosi

His opponent, Karen Handel , 55, is a well known and experienced Republican politician. "Those issues are very important, and I don't think we should yield any ground at all on those issues becau...

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Scalise Recovering, in 'Fair Condition' After Alexandria Shooting

Scalise Recovering, in 'Fair Condition' After Alexandria Shooting

Federal Bureau of Investigation officials said Scalise acted alone and had checked if it were Republicans or Democrats practicing at the field in Alexandria, Virginia prior to shooting . Predicting t...

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Louisville, Pitino await NCAA discipline in escorts case

Louisville, Pitino await NCAA discipline in escorts case

In its report , the NCAA noted it had never encountered a similar case, that the violations were severe and were meant to provide a substantial recruiting advantage. The University of Louisville said...

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Senate GOP health care bill: Limit Medicaid funds, end no-coverage fines

Can Democrats stop the bill? . One is Kentucky, the home state of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell . Senators had promised that their ACA replacement would be very different than the v...

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Shooter Had List With the Names of 6 Congresspeople, Says FBI

Shooter Had List With the Names of 6 Congresspeople, Says FBI

That's the word from MedStar Washington Hospital Center. "I've had someone call, leave a voicemail message saying they're going to come slit my throat, only to have a prosecutor come and tell me, ...

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Cindy downgraded to tropical depression, but threat isn't over

As of the last advisory, at 7 a.m. CDT Thursday, Tropical Storm Cindy was located about 40 miles northwest of Lake Charles, La., and was moving north at 12 mph. A Coast Guard cutter escorted the ves...

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Otto Warmbier Funeral: Final farewell for US student detained by North Korea

Senior Chinese and American officials are due to meet in Washington this week, and USA officials planned to press their counterparts to do more to rein in Pyongyang's nuclear pursuits. He added that...

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Storm Cindy expected to make landfall Thursday morning: NHC

Storm Cindy expected to make landfall Thursday morning: NHC

Heavy rain was forecast to spread over the Tennessee and OH valleys on Thursday, then move Friday and Saturday into the central Appalachians. Satellite and radar imagery show shower and thunderstorm...

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Senate GOP to unveil health care bill

Senate . Almost 35 million children get their health care through Medicaid or the associated Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), without which, they would lose basic care like going to a...

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US Officials Underscore Russia Threat To 2016 Elections

US Officials Underscore Russia Threat To 2016 Elections

As a result, some 122 local election offices received phishing emails. He pointed to four statements he issued in September and October 2016, particularly the Oct. There is no evidence that the votes...

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Swift acquittal for former Milwaukee cop charged in shooting

Swift acquittal for former Milwaukee cop charged in shooting

The trial hinged on whether Dominique Heaggan-Brown acted in self-defense when he killed Sylville Smith or if the former officer is guilty of first-degree reckless homicide or two lesser charges. ...

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Spicer: Publicity-Hungry Reporters Want to 'Become YouTube Stars'

The ratings success of the White House's on-camera press briefings are turning some White House correspondents into attention seekers hoping to become YouTube stars , White House Press Secretary Sea...

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Dem says 'we can do better' than GOP health plan

Those caps would vary based on the rate of inflation, and the inflation rate the Senate would attach to those caps is one that is lower than the inflation rate the House attached. The Washington Post ...

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Dashcam Footage of Police Officer Killing Philando Castile Has Been Publicly Released

Dashcam Footage of Police Officer Killing Philando Castile Has Been Publicly Released

It was played for jurors at trial but was not released publicly until Tuesday. Minnesota Public Radio has posted the video of the stop that turned into tragedy in just eight seconds. Yanez claimed ...

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Feds offered cybersecurity help in 2016 election, but states resisted

Feds offered cybersecurity help in 2016 election, but states resisted

DNC spokeswoman Adrienne Watson, released a statement responding to Trump's tweet, stating that the DNC will cooperate fully in helping the ongoing investigation on the Russian interference of the ...

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Heavy Rains And Flooding As Tropical Storm Cindy Makes Landfall

Heavy Rains And Flooding As Tropical Storm Cindy Makes Landfall

It had maximum sustained winds of 35 miles per hour, and was moving north at 13 miles per hour. Tropical Storm Cindy has made landfall in southwestern Louisiana with maximum sustained winds near 40 ...

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GOP Senate health bill would cut Medicaid, end ACA tax increases

They said GOP characterizations of the law as failing are wrong and said the Republican plan would boot millions off coverage and leave others facing higher out-of-pocket costs. Senate Minority Lead...

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Tropical Storm Cindy makes landfall in Louisiana, Texas

Tropical Storm Cindy makes landfall in Louisiana, Texas

FRIDAY: More heavy rain will be possible on Friday as the remnant low of Cindy passes across the mid south. Coastal rivers are expected to leap their banks, though, as water runs off. Bloomberg has r...

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Cousin: Pregnant woman killed by police wasn't violent

Police said that typically, one officer is dispatched for property-crime reports - but two cops responded to this particular call "because of a recent officer safety caution associated with the cal...

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5 things to know as Senate Republicans unveil their health care bill

John Thune, R-S.D., told reporters that the Senate effort would likely postpone until 2023 its phase-out of Obamacare's Medicaid expansion, which gave health coverage to 15 million more American...

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Suspect lights cigarette at end of wild police pursuit

Suspect lights cigarette at end of wild police pursuit

Police take a woman into custody following a pursuit in Van Nuys on June 22, 2017. It all started when an officer tried to stop the auto at about 2:15 a.m.in the area of Sherman Way and Haskell be...

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De Blasio: Lawmakers must return to cut deal on NYC schools

In his interview with Lehrer, de Blasio said "I don't think it's time to assess blame because there's still a way to resolve this". "If they want to stay in Albany all the way to June 30th, God bless ...

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Abortion Language In Health Bill Catches Republicans Between Rock And Hard Place

But negotiations have been plagued by tensions between moderates and conservatives. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will have none of it. John McCain (R-Ariz, ) said he hadn't seen the leg...

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Cubs send struggling Kyle Schwarber to the minors

Cubs send struggling Kyle Schwarber to the minors

Rough start caught up to him. Schwarber, 24, is hitting.171 just months after helping the Cubs to a World Series victory despite missing all of last season with a knee injury. Schwarber has struggle...

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Senate GOP Unveils ObamaCare Repeal Bill

Like the House bill, the Senate version guts Obamacare's controversial individual and employer mandates. "The idea, aides and lobbyists say, is to provide a softer landing for people at lower ends o...

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Oklahoma sex offender now living next door to victim

Oklahoma sex offender now living next door to victim

It is unclear whether both convictions are related to his molestation of Danyelle. They've been talking to lawmakers and in the meantime, Danyelle says sharing her story isn't shameful. But Danyelle...

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Tropical Storm Cindy comes ashore in southwest Louisiana

They also expected flooding of the same level "elsewhere along the coast from southeastern Louisiana to the western Florida Panhandle in areas of strong onshore winds". "Heavier rains are expected to ...

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Senate to finally unveil secret health care bill

Starting in 2020, the Senate version would begin shifting increasing amounts of tax credits away from higher earners, making more funds available to lower-income recipients, some of the officials sai...

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Another leadership test for Pelosi, who's weathered many

Another leadership test for Pelosi, who's weathered many

After Handel won, the Times credited the opposition's success in tying Ossoff to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi . The latest loss came Tuesday night when John Ossoff lost to Republican K...

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Former Milwaukee Officer Found Not Guilty In Shooting Death Of Black Man

Former Milwaukee Officer Found Not Guilty In Shooting Death Of Black Man

Dominique Heaggan-Brown was acquitted by a jury that deliberated for two days and concluded that he was justified when he shot 23-year-old Sylville Smith last August 23 after a traffic stop. Jurors...

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