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Federal Bureau of Investigation got court order last summer to monitor Trump adviser

Federal Bureau of Investigation got court order last summer to monitor Trump adviser

Earlier this week, The Washington Post reported that the Federal Bureau of Investigation obtained a FISA court order last summer to investigate Page, as part of its probe investigating Russian inf...

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The Trump Era of Stricter Immigration Enforcement Has Begun

The person in that position, known as a border security coordinator, will be directed to coordinate with the Department of Homeland Security, according to Sessions' memo . The growing share of immigr...

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Neil Gorsuch Confirmed To Supreme Court After GOP Uses 'Nuclear Option'

Neil Gorsuch Confirmed To Supreme Court After GOP Uses 'Nuclear Option'

Given the United States is governed by a two-party system, with one party holding a majority at any given time, the change in rules means nominees won't have to win bipartisan consensus to be confirme...

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Teen-fashion retailer Rue21 closing 400 stores

Teen-fashion retailer Rue21 closing 400 stores

Specifically, locally there will remain rue21 outlets at LaGrange Mall, 1501 Lafayette Parkway, LaGrange, Ga., and at Tiger Town Shopping Center, 2205 Tiger Town Parkway. The company plans to close ...

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Classes to resume a week after shooting at California school

Classes to resume a week after shooting at California school

Cedric Charles Anderson has been identified as the shooting suspect responsible for killing three, including himself, at San Bernardino's North Park Elementary school Monday. Riverside resident Cedr...

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Christians celebrate Easter with religious fervour

Christians celebrate Easter with religious fervour

He told parishioners that in these troubled times those words are very relevant. Resurrection Sunday at Macedonia Church of Pittsburgh in the Hill District had the same message. Considering those an...

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After Marches, Trump Wonders Why People Still Want to See His Taxes

After Marches, Trump Wonders Why People Still Want to See His Taxes

Capitol and marched toward the Lincoln Memorial. Trump releasing his taxes was important to about 50 percent of respondants to a Bloomberg/Morning Consult poll released last week, and 53 percent s...

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Gallup Poll: Fewer Voters Think Trump Will Deliver On His Campaign Promises

Gallup Poll: Fewer Voters Think Trump Will Deliver On His Campaign Promises

The polling company highlighted that "this is the first time the president's overall approval rating has been back in the 50s in almost a month". Norman explained that Trump "was the first elected p...

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United Passenger Moves to Secure Proof of Viral Incident

United Passenger Moves to Secure Proof of Viral Incident

Joya and Forest Cummings were sitting behind Dao on the United flight and began recording video after an airline supervisor asked Dao to leave the plane and he refused. Zalewski said he has talked to ...

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Federal Judge Halts Executions in Arkansas

Federal Judge Halts Executions in Arkansas

Rutledge and her staff reportedly worked all day Saturday to file appeals to recent decisions. Additionally, Judge Wendell Griffen of the Pulaski County Circuit Court issued a restraining order on for...

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Strive's 5th Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Strive's 5th Annual Easter Egg Hunt

A blanket of colorful chocolate eggs covered the grass field of Roosevelt Park on Saturday as children and adults excitedly joined the Easter weekend event. "It's incredible", said Reiner. The big eve...

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Chief justice says partisan confirmation battles create 'real danger' for Supreme Court

Kagen said the responsibilities are "like a form of hazing", but all in jest as a way to appreciate the great job justices have. Most observers expect the next battle to seat a justice will be just ...

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Egg-citing Easter events in Fort Bend County set this weekend

Children also could get photos with the Easter bunny. There are many Easter Egg hunts in the Bitterroot Valley scheduled for Easter weekend. "Once we fire off our big horn, kids will be able t...

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Cleveland police searching for suspect who broadcast killing on Facebook

Thirty-seven-year-old Steve Stephens is wanted on a charge of aggravated murder in the death of Robert Godwin Sr. on Sunday afternoon in Cleveland . Godwin died after he was confronted by Stephens ...

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37-year old broadcast a cold-blooded homicide on Facebook Live

37-year old broadcast a cold-blooded homicide on Facebook Live

Facebook confirmed to Scene that though Stephens did go live "at one point during the day", the murder was not broadcast live. ( CNN ) - Cleveland police are seeking a suspect who posted video of ...

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19-year-old arrested for shooting 13-year-old in Berks County

19-year-old arrested for shooting 13-year-old in Berks County

Matthew Hale of Hereford, wanted in the April 14 shooting near Boyertown, was arrested at 8:30 a.m. Sunday in Melbourne, Fla., said the Brevard County sheriff's office. They saw Hale get back into th...

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United Airlines crew can no longer take seats from boarded passengers

United Airlines crew can no longer take seats from boarded passengers

United Airlines spokesman Charlie Hobart said the airline sought volunteers to exit the flight for compensation, but none stepped forward. The airline said future crew members considered "must-ride" w...

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White House breaks protocol by prematurely confirming Iraq visit

Dunford invited Kushner and Thomas Bossert, a presidential assistant for homeland security and counterterrorism, on the trip to meet with Iraqi leaders and us forces, and to receive an update on the...

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Turkey's President Erdogan Declares Victory in Referendum Granting Him Vast New Powers

Turkey's President Erdogan Declares Victory in Referendum Granting Him Vast New Powers

The European Commission called on the Turkish authorities in a statement to "seek the broadest possible national consensus" when implementing the constitutional reforms. This is especially true for th...

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Ender Inciarte homers as Braves get first win in new ballpark

Ender Inciarte homers as Braves get first win in new ballpark

He gave up both San Diego runs, working around four walks and two hit batters. Jim Johnson worked the ninth for his second save. The Braves used the exhibition as a soft opening to work out kinks ...

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Padres activate Cahill from DL to start against Braves

Padres activate Cahill from DL to start against Braves

Then, former Braves' manager Bobby Cox took a position near home plate to receive Aaron's ceremonial first pitch. Jim Johnson pitched a ideal ninth for his third save. Joe Panik singled leading off...

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Happy Easter! Know why it is called the Resurrection Sunday

The events of Easter provide the foundation on which the whole of the Christian faith is built. In 2017, Easter is on April 16. "If Jesus is alive, it means that everything he said he was to do for ...

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Neil Gorsuch Sworn Is Now A Supreme Court Justice

Also, recent research has found that Gorsuch is guilty of plagiarism in a number of his writings. Curt Levey, president at the Committee for Justice, said he would like to see the court consider the...

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Holocaust for dummies - like Sean Spicer

Critics also slammed Spicer for using the term "Holocaust center" instead of concentration camp. McCarthy went on to further apologize to "all the goys out there" for the timing of the incident so c...

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NY will offer free public university education

NY will offer free public university education

In the first year, the cap will be no more than $100,000 per year, then $110,000 in 2018, and $125,000 in 2019. In addition, students must complete 30 credit hours a year to remain eligible. NY became...

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Steve Bannon Throws His Worst Insult at Jared Kushner

Asked by Wallace whether it was "inappropriate" to give a political adviser a role on the Principals Committee, McMaster replied, "No, I think what is appropriate is to have in that role - whoever the...

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Senate confirms Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court, will be sworn in Monday

Senate confirms Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court, will be sworn in Monday

After his clerkship, Gorsuch worked in private practice and then in the Department of Justice under President George W. Bush, before his appointment to the 10th Circuit appeals court in 2006. A handfu...

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Narrow win for Estes tests GOP confidence

Tuesday's special election in Kansas-the first congressional election during the Trump presidency- determined who will fill the vacancy left by the newly appointed CIA Director Mike Pompeo. Some Demo...

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Mike Pence warns North Korea: Don't test Donald Trump's resolve

The US Navy dispatched the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson strike group to the region last weekend, and US President Donald Trump has been tweeting this week that if China can't rein in North Korea's...

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Abe says pressure must be exerted on NKorea

Pence said Sunday at a fellowship dinner at U.S. Army Garrison Yongsan in Seoul that the willingness of military members "to stand firm without fear inspires the nation and inspires the world". The vi...

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