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SinceTrump took office, the page of White House Records on whitehouse.gov has a message saying " This page is being updated ". The letter from the lawmakers came after Trump was photographed on an outdoor patio at Mar-a-Lago engaged in intense discussion with the Japanese president and their national security aides about how to respond to a North Korean missile test.
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation probe should move with haste — Blunt

    Federal Bureau of Investigation probe should move with haste — Blunt

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    Trump's problem presently isn't so much that he's been hit with allegations that'll stick. Despite Comey's claims , we should expect to see the White House and Republicans push for a rehash of Benghazi when it comes to the leaks , while ignoring the subjects of the leaks altogether.
  • Overland Park apartment fire ruled accidental

    Overland Park apartment fire ruled accidental

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    Dehner said the residents were being instructed on "how are they going to get back into their homes" and on the process of collecting insurance. One person is in critical condition, one person is in serious condition and four others are in fair condition.
  • Suspect in Sacramento quadruple murder arrested

    Suspect in Sacramento quadruple murder arrested

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    Sacramento police tweeted just after 10 a.m. Thursday that four bodies had been found in a home in the 1100 block of 35th Avenue. There were no reports of shots fired or other problems until the relative called to report that he was concerned about the welfare of the home's residents, Sacramento police spokesman Sgt.
  • US State Of Wisconsin Faces Fierce Shooting, Results In 4 Deaths

    US State Of Wisconsin Faces Fierce Shooting, Results In 4 Deaths

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    Baeten said officers were in communication with a suspect at the Aspen Street Apartment complex site as of 5 p.m. Wednesday as police investigate shootings at the three locations. "I would like to send all my thoughts and ask everybody listening, Thoughts and prayers to all the victims and their families", Sparks said. He called it a "complex investigation".
  • Suspect identified in slaying of Baton Rouge deputy

    Suspect identified in slaying of Baton Rouge deputy

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    He remains hospitalized in critical condition after getting wounded in the altercation. "It's a tragic night for the East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office, one of our deputies has been shot and killed", East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Casey Rayborn Hicks said at the press conference.
  • Teacher accused of abducting missing teen researched 'teen marriage'

    Teacher accused of abducting missing teen researched 'teen marriage'

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    It's been nine days, and there's still no sign of Elizabeth Thomas or ex-teacher Tad Cummins, the subjects of Amber Alerts in Tennessee and Alabama. Danielle said they didn't even know anything was wrong until they saw the Amber Alert. Cummins is charged with aggravated kidnapping and sexual misconduct with a minor and has been placed on Tennessee's most-wanted list .
  • Tennessee Authorities Plead With Public in Search for Missing Teen

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    The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation released new pictures Monday morning of the former Tennessee teacher believed to be on the run with one of his students. He also said in the letter, issued on February 6, that when he called the school about the report, a woman he spoke to expressed regret that he had been "left in the dark".
  • Week 2 of the search for Elizabeth Thomas goes national

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    A warrant has been issued for Cummins for Sexual Contact with a Minor and Aggravated Kidnapping. Thomas was last seen wearing a flannel shirt and black leggings. Cryptic messages appeared on both Thomas and Cummins' Instagram accounts the day they disappeared. He drives a silver Nissan Rogue with Tennessee license plate of 976-ZPT.
  • Travis County recently released more than 140 undocumented inmates wanted by feds

    Travis County recently released more than 140 undocumented inmates wanted by feds

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    Such requests on behalf of immigrations officials go to cities and counties asking that local law enforcement hold an inmate who is in the country illegally and has been arrested or charged with a crime. Below is the list of the individuals released by the Travis County jail. "The Travis County Sheriff's decision to deny ICE detainer requests and release back into our communities criminals charged with heinous crimes - including sexual offenses against children, domestic violence and ...
  • David Rockefeller, banker and philanthropist, dies at 101

    David Rockefeller, banker and philanthropist, dies at 101

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    At the same time , he earned his fair share of bad press for meeting with dictators such as Iraq's Saddam Hussein , Chile's Augusto Pinochet and Cuba's Fidel Castro . He published his autobiography, " Memoirs ", in 2002 and continued going to work every day into his 90s. He was also famous for his philanthropy and reportedly gave away around $2 billion in his lifetime.
  • Oklahoma Senator Surrenders on Child Sex Charges

    Oklahoma Senator Surrenders on Child Sex Charges

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    Shortey potentially faces three charges: soliciting prostitution of a minor, prostitution within 1,000 feet of a church and transporting for the goal of prostitution. The state senate passed a resolution on Wednesday, punishing Sen. Ralph Shortey is a family values conservative because OF COURSE he's a family values conservative .
  • Seema Verma confirmed as Trump's CMS director

    Seema Verma confirmed as Trump's CMS director

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    The move came shortly after Seema Verma was confirmed as head of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley was the first Indian-American Cabinet rank official to serve in any presidential administration .
  • Native American demonstrators gather near Hermitage ahead of Trump's visit

    Native American demonstrators gather near Hermitage ahead of Trump's visit

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    President Donald Trump is scheduled to hold a rally Wednesday evening in Nashville , following an appearance in Detroit earlier in the day. Jackson has enjoyed a moment of resurgence thanks to Trump. Last year, he was moved to the back of the 20-dollar bill . Tennessee is a deep-red state, and Trump received 61 percent of votes in the general election.
  • Abrupt dismissals leave United States attorneys scrambling

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    Technically, this classification does not mean that heroin and marijuana are equally unsafe, but the DEA and Justice Department have not always been clear on this matter. Felecia C. Adams, who served in the position for the Northern District of MS resigned on Friday as well, Assistant U.S. Attorney Chad Lamar told the Clarion-Ledger.
  • Lake-effect Snow Warnings continue over Chicago area

    Lake-effect Snow Warnings continue over Chicago area

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    Lake effect snow ramps up. After dark, chance of snow will drop to about 30%, with a low near 15 degrees, NWS said. Snow accumulations are likely to be in the five to 10 inch range. Before Monday morning, Chicago had not seen more than an inch of snow since December 17, according to the Tribune; but we're catching up a bit now.
  • Flight cancellations at University Park Airport

    Flight cancellations at University Park Airport

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    JetBlue is waiving fees for travelers across the Northeast for flights scheduled for Tuesday. In addition, 369 flights scheduled to arrive in Newark won't be taking off from their departure point, FlightAware .com reported at 1:30 p.m. They will now be flying out on American Airlines later Monday evening. Southwest: Customers can rebook or travel standby within 14 days of their original travel date without an additional charge.
  • German police order large mall to stay closed after attack threat

    German police order large mall to stay closed after attack threat

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    But they added they could give no further details about the nature of the threat at the Limbecker Platz centre, in Essen. At 1.30pm local time officers raided an apartment in neighbouring town Oberhausen, about six-miles away, and are interrogating the landlord, reports German news outlet Bild.
  • Mubarak a free man six years after overthrow

    Mubarak a free man six years after overthrow

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    The prosecutor's decision came on Monday, days after an appeals court acquitted Mubarak on March 2 of involvement in the killing of protesters during the 2011 uprising that ousted him. Mubarak was sentenced to life in 2012 in the case, but an appeals court ordered a retrial, which dismissed the charges two years later. Both his sons have also been also freed.
  • More Cheeses Recalled Over Listeria Outbreak That Killed Two

    More Cheeses Recalled Over Listeria Outbreak That Killed Two

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    Throw them away in a sealed or double bagged container so other people and animals can't eat them, or take them or your receipt back to the place of purchase for a refund. Product photos of all Vulto Cheese products being recalled along with a brief description are attached. On Wednesday, the FDA received positive test results confirming that Ouleout cheese samples matched the genetic fingerprint of the outbreak bacteria.
  • Champions! Michigan Grabs Big Ten Tournament Title

    Champions! Michigan Grabs Big Ten Tournament Title

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    The Gonzaga Bulldogs, North Carolina Tar Heels and Kansas Jayhawks were given the other one-seeds. Despite the understandable possibility of fatigue, the Wolverines finished off their improbable Big Ten championship against the No. Top stat: 56, Michigan's field-goal percentage. Bronson Koenig is leading the team with 14.2 points per game while Ethan Happ is adding 13.9 points and 9.1 rebounds per contest.
  • TODAY'S FORECAST: Mostly cloudy, chance of snow showers

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    Tuesday night: A 40 percent chance of snow. The low at night will be around 18. Forecasters say to expect rainy, windy conditions throughout the mid-valley on Saturday , with highs around 55. Cloudy, with a high near 61. Monday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 32. Friday , a chance of showers before 9 a.m. Monday , March 13 - Sunny, with a high near 91.
  • Women gather all over the world in honor of International Women's Day

    Women gather all over the world in honor of International Women's Day

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    Five-year-old Abrianna Tomar Almonte posed with "The Fearless Girl " on Wall Street wearing a Owlette costume from the show "PJ Masks". A Wall Street firm celebrated International Women's Day by installing a bronze statue of a defiant young girl facing off with the iconic Charging Bull at Bowling Green on March 8.
  • Bomb threat called in to Brooklyn Jewish Children's Museum

    Bomb threat called in to Brooklyn Jewish Children's Museum

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    According to DNAinfo, administrators at the Jewish Children's Museum received an email at about 9:15 a.m. Thursday that claimed three pipe bombs planted inside the center would explode . The kids, said Bellows, had no idea the threat had happened. St. Louis native and disgraced former journalist Juan Thompson has been detained on cyber-stalking charges in relation to threats placed against eight Jewish Community Centers.
  • Woman Arrested for Allegedly Shooting Up Heroin, Meth While Giving Birth

    Woman Arrested for Allegedly Shooting Up Heroin, Meth While Giving Birth

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    They're charged with felony reckless conduct. Two women were arrested this week after police said one of the women injected drugs into the other while she was in labor in September. Police told WBZ-TV the investigation took so long because they had to wait for toxicology reports and needed witnesses to cooperate. His urine was positive for methamphetamine and amphetamine.