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Hillary Clinton: Progress in LGBT rights may not be secure

Hillary Clinton: Progress in LGBT rights may not be secure

At her speech Thursday evening, she listed several controversial moves by the Republican administration and stressed their importance. But she told those gathered there to watch out for "the progress ...

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Arkansas poised to carry out first execution since 2005

ET, or pending further action by the court, whichever comes later. "The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied". The lawyers have also fought the state's decision to conduct the series of execu...

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Missing Tenn. student Elizabeth Thomas reunited with family

The two were found early Thursday morning at a rural cabin in Cecilville . The cabin is situated next to another one that looks identical. "As daylight broke this morning, they were able to take Ta...

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Kenya: Edna Kiplagat, Geoffrey Kirui Ease to Victory At Boston Marathon

Switzer's race was immortalized in photos of then race director Jock Semple taking to the course in an attempt to take her bib number away and stop her from running , noted the Boston Globe . The ma...

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Attorney: 'Fearless Girl' Statue Violates Bull Sculptor's Copyright

Attorney: 'Fearless Girl' Statue Violates Bull Sculptor's Copyright

There's no question that Fearless Girl derives its meaning from its interaction with Di Modica's piece. Though not all art is initially given a warm welcome by the community and may even raise contr...

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Prosecutors move to toss more than 21000 tainted drug cases

Prosecutors move to toss more than 21000 tainted drug cases

State district attorneys in seven MA counties on Tuesday were filing lists of drug cases they plan not to prosecute as a result of Dookhan's falsification and fabrication of evidence. The most cases w...

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Iran reiterates commitment to nuclear deal

He said the Trump administration was likely to continue with rigorous implementation of the deal while honoring the key provisions of the agreement. In announcing a broad review of Iran policy the ...

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US Supreme Court to allow Arkansas execution

US Supreme Court to allow Arkansas execution

Three of those executions were canceled this week because of court decisions. Even after Arkansas executed its first inmate in 15 years on Thursday, three men still face the possibility of being pu...

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How Authorities Found Fugitive Teacher, Missing Student

How Authorities Found Fugitive Teacher, Missing Student

They stayed at the cabin for around 36 hours before Barry became suspicious. The man who tipped off authorities about Cummins told ABC news there were "clues" that made him suspicious of the pair....

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GOP rep urges Trump to release taxes

GOP rep urges Trump to release taxes

Six minutes later at 8:24 a.m. - and possibly after realizing that it was a holiday - POTUS tweeted a Happy Easter to all his followers. "I did what was an nearly an impossible thing to do for a Rep...

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Arkansas pushes to carry out 1st execution since 2005

Arkansas pushes to carry out 1st execution since 2005

Lee was originally sentenced to death in 1995, for the 1993 murder of Debra Reese. Lee was arrested less than an hour after the killing after spending some of the 300 dollars he had stolen from Mrs Re...

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Major League Baseball celebrates Jackie Robinson's breaking of color barrier

Jackie Robinson was a father, a husband, a baseball player, a civil rights leader and a role model. Robinson's journey was long and often arduous, so the sculpture depicts him at the outset of hi...

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'I'm an Idiot': NY Times Editor Apologizes for Misleading Trump-Patriots Tweet

But the emphasis on something as trivial as the number of players in the photo and the error of the Times' commentary actually nullified the voices of running back LeGarrette Blount, defensive tackl...

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Senators debate adding tax cuts to road-funding bill

Senators debate adding tax cuts to road-funding bill

Supporters say the measure aims to give local authorities another way to combat acts of violence in schools. The proposal by Republican Sen. Donald White, R-Armstrong County, said in a memo to lawma...

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Missing Maury teacher, student located in California

Missing Maury teacher, student located in California

A northern California man said his property caretaker and a quick-thinking neighbor hatched a plan to keep Tad Cummins and Elizabeth Thomas in their sights after the duo showed up on his property. The...

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Rams To Host Colts In Season Opener At Coliseum

Rams To Host Colts In Season Opener At Coliseum

The Los Angeles Rams on Thursday provided a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the moment National Football League teams learn who they'll face in the upcoming season. The Seahawks will begin the exhibiti...

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How missing Tennessee student and her former teacher were found

The TBI received a tip late Wednesday night that led authorities in Siskiyou County in northern California to 15-year-old Elizabeth Thomas and 50-year-old Tad Cummins, according to a TBI release. Ma...

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Missing Tennessee student found with teacher in California

A nationwide Amber Alert followed and eventually lead Siskiyou County deputies to a remote cabin, where Cummins surrendered and Thomas was found unharmed. Cummins, who is married, and Thomas became ...

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Iran Foreign Minister slams 'worn-out' U.S. nuclear accusations

Iran Foreign Minister slams 'worn-out' U.S. nuclear accusations

He levelled the charge as the Trump administration launches a review of its policy towards Tehran . " Iran is the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism and is responsible for intensifying mul...

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Tillerson warns Iran may become threat like North Korea

White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Wednesday that the administration was conducting a 90-day review of the deal. The nuclear deal was reached in Vienna in July 2015 between Iran and Brit...

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Trump on North Korea: Kim 'gotta behave'

We are with you 100 percent", he continued. Guterres singled out the countries "in the front line" of contacts with North Korea - the U.S., China, South Korea, Russia and Japan - and said everybody ...

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Authorities: Tennessee student, teacher found in California

The federal charge caries a maximum sentence of life in prison. But the search for answers is far from over. According to our CBS network connections, S. The 49-year-old woman who was married to h...

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Trump says Paris attack will help Le Pen in election

Trump says Paris attack will help Le Pen in election

When margins of error are factored in, the polls suggest all four candidates have the potential to make it to the second round of the election. French voters elect a president in a two-round vote ...

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Arkansas executes death row inmate Ledell Lee

Arkansas executes death row inmate Ledell Lee

On Wednesday , a state circuit judge issued a temporary restraining order blocking the use of one of the drugs Arkansas acquired for lethal injections. "What McKesson's lawsuit demonstrates is that ...

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Investigation Continues Into Aaron Hernandez's Death

He was set to serve a life sentence for his murder of Odin Lloyd. But in reality, Hernandez's death could ultimately trigger a series of legal actions on the part of his family in the coming months an...

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Arkansas carries out first execution since 2005

Arkansas carries out first execution since 2005

Kissel). Those rulings were followed by others affecting one of two men whose executions were scheduled for Thursday night. Solomon Graves, a spokesman for the Arkansas Department of Correction, wai...

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Carter Page Feels Like a Warning Shot

Carter Page Feels Like a Warning Shot

Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 12: The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) obtained a secret court order past year to monitor the communications of Carter Page, an advisor to President Donald Trump dur...

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House intel panel to hear from top officials on Russia probe

House intel panel to hear from top officials on Russia probe

A second letter was sent to former CIA Director John Brennan, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates for an open hearing after May 2, according to the ...

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Tennessee student and teacher found in California

When asked about what will happen to Tad Cummins, Kat Thomas said it's out of their hands. Police had believed Cummins was armed with two handguns, but he was arrested without the use of substantial...

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Vigil planned for 1 of 3 Fresno shooting victims

Vigil planned for 1 of 3 Fresno shooting victims

Muhammad faces a maximum of life in prison if convicted of the two charges filed against him on Thursday. The police chief said Jackson, like Randalls and Gassett, was apparently gunned down because...

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