• Sen. Rand Paul Leaves Obamacare Meeting, Proposals 'Unacceptable to Me'
Sen. Rand Paul Leaves Obamacare Meeting, Proposals 'Unacceptable to Me'

Republican leaders distributed the skeleton proposal at a meeting of the House Republican Conference in the Capitol on Thursday. They have had years to plan for it, and they have already passed a budget with the express objective of using it for repeal.

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  • EPA Employees So Terrified Of Pruitt They're Whining To Their Senators
EPA Employees So Terrified Of Pruitt They're Whining To Their Senators

Pruitt was confirmed after a vote to delay his confirmation until emails ordered released by a judge could be reviewed by the Senators. He sued the agency he intends to lead more than a dozen times while top prosecutor of his oil and gas producing state, and has expressed doubts about the science behind climate change.

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  • 5 arrested in the Bronx following round of ICE raids
5 arrested in the Bronx following round of ICE raids

The percentage of Europeans in the total US foreign-born population plummeted from 75 percent in 1960 to 11 percent in 2014, thanks in large part to the Immigration Act of 1965, which abolished national-origin quotas that gave preference to European migration.

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  • Planes clip wings while taxiing at Phoenix airport
Planes clip wings while taxiing at Phoenix airport

Crews on scene reportedly determined that there was a fuel leak, as a result. There were no reported injuries on either aircraft. This is a breaking news story, stay with FOX 10 Phoenix on air, online, and on Social Media for further updates .

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  • Police ask Arkansans, Oklahomans to help find remains of Colorado murder victim
Police ask Arkansans, Oklahomans to help find remains of Colorado murder victim

They were reported missing after the mother failed to show up for work on Tuesday. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol arrested Adam Densmore, 32, on Wednesday for violating a custody order, Shannon Cordingly, a Boulder, Colorado, police spokeswoman said Thursday.

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  • Complaint: Man wanted attack similar to Dylann Roof killings
Complaint: Man wanted attack similar to Dylann Roof killings

McDowell established connections with the hate group White Supremacy Extremists during previous prison stints and thought the agent was a member of the Aryan Nations hate group, according to the affidavit. "Like, I got desire ... not for nobody else ... it just ..." "I wish the day we all get off Facebook and white Warriors like we was born to be...

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  • Whoopi Goldberg Defends Tiffany Trump: 'I'll Sit With You'
Whoopi Goldberg Defends Tiffany Trump: 'I'll Sit With You'

Whoopi Goldberg stood up for President Donald Trump's daughter Tiffany Trump after editors refused to sit by her at New York Fashion Week. She said: "You know what, Tiffany, I'm supposed to go to a couple more shows". Even Phillip Plein came to Tiffany's defense. According involved with the show, Trump wasn't technically invited, so her ar...

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  • MSU Director of Athletics writes to Klages regarding suspension
MSU Director of Athletics writes to Klages regarding suspension

According to Michigan Live , Nassar sexually abused the former MSU gymnasts under the guise of medical treatment. An Okemos attorney says members of the gymnastics community are organizing in an effort to support alleged victims of sexual attacks by Dr.

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  • 'Row the Boat' trademark now belongs to PJ Fleck, report says
'Row the Boat' trademark now belongs to PJ Fleck, report says

The phrase had been trademarked by Fleck's former employer, Western Michigan, but ESPN reports WMU has agreed to transfer it to the coach's agent, Bryan Harlan. The "Fleck Family Football Scholarship" will be available in the fall of this year. That should allow Fleck to use it in his new job at Minnesota. "Under terms of the agreement, Fleck, ...

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  • Puzder Withdraws From Labor Secretary Nomination
Puzder Withdraws From Labor Secretary Nomination

That would have put the nomination in jeopardy, since Senate Republicans have only a 52-48 majority and Democrats are solidly opposed. Senator Tim Scott of SC, who expressed reservations early on but said that he would be waiting until after the hearing to make a final judgment, said Wednesday morning, "Developing the workforce is most importan...

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  • Kids Shot, 2 Die From Chicago Violence
Kids Shot, 2 Die From Chicago Violence

The shootings highlight the street gang violence that police say was largely responsible for 762 homicides a year ago - almost 300 more than occurred in 2015 - and more than 3,500 shooting incidents. Levontay was the second child to die on Tuesday from gun violence in Chicago . The boy was shot in the buttocks and the man was shot in the right leg...

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  • Harrison Ford Involved in 'Potentially Serious' Passenger Plane Incident
Harrison Ford Involved in 'Potentially Serious' Passenger Plane Incident

The Hollywood star, who holds a private pilot license, only just overshot the American Airlines plane after accidentally coming down on a taxiing lane instead of a runway in California, according to NBC News . This isn't Ford's first brush with a potentially risky airplane incident. The Federal Aviation Administration will be investigating the i...

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  • Flu Hospitalizations Continue To Rise
Flu Hospitalizations Continue To Rise

This number reflects only those who have had lab-confirmed cases of influenza. On average, health department leaders see 200 to 300 confirmed cases a year. Flu activity is especially severe in the South and some Midwestern states and in the East, particularly in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey and CT, according to the CDC.

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  • 'Callous Attack': Trump DOJ Drops Protections for Transgender Students
'Callous Attack': Trump DOJ Drops Protections for Transgender Students

But in August, U.S. District Judge Reed O'Connor determined that the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Justice had not followed the proper channels in issuing the nationwide guidance, and suggested that the departments' interpretation of federal law was incorrect.

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  • MLB Hot Stove Trades: Braves acquire Brandon Phillips in deal with Reds
MLB Hot Stove Trades: Braves acquire Brandon Phillips in deal with Reds

The Reds on Sunday announced the transaction was official, tweeting a statement from general manager Dick Williams . Phillips was a staple of the Reds' infield for 11 seasons, earning three All-Star nods over that span as one of Cincinnati's most dependable players.

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  • Winter storm could drop a foot of snow on Northeast US
Winter storm could drop a foot of snow on Northeast US

All flights at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport were halted on Thursday morning due to the storm's intensity. Some places were poised to experience an atmospheric yo-yo: Philadelphia and NY hit 60 degrees on Wednesday, were expecting at least a half-foot of snow on Thursday and were bracing for bitter cold temperatures Thursday ni...

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  • Hundreds Arrested in US Immigration Enforcement Raids
Hundreds Arrested in US Immigration Enforcement Raids

The raid reported in Florida was allegedly in Plant City. In a statement , ICE said "officers frequently encounter additional suspects who may be in the United States in violation of the federal immigration laws". Hundreds of people have been apprehended in at least a half dozen states by federal agents as part of a Trump administration crackd...

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  • Lawmaker introduces bill to repeal HB2
Lawmaker introduces bill to repeal HB2

HB82 [bill, PDF] would repeal HB2, as well as outlawing housing, employment, and insurance discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. "These bills would open bathrooms, showers, locker rooms and changing facilities across North Carolina to anyone at any time and would enact into law the exact weapons used in other states...

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  • Flights at South Florida airports disrupted by Northeast snowstorm
Flights at South Florida airports disrupted by Northeast snowstorm

Winds are expected to reach 30 miles per hour with up to 45 miles per hour gusts as temperatures drop into the 20s overnight. Some areas of the Northeast have been enjoying a mostly snow-free winter, but that's about to change. A heavy winter snow storm lashed the northeastern United States Thursday , subjecting NY to near blizzard-like condit...

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  • Chris Kennedy Announces Bid for Illinois Governor
Chris Kennedy Announces Bid for Illinois Governor

The candidate says he's lived in IL for more than 30 years and told supporters in an email that the state is going the wrong direction. Republicans in the state have quickly reacted to Kennedy's announcement by deriding him as a "pawn" of Michael Madigan, the Democratic House of Representatives Speaker that Republicans blame for the government's ...

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