• Tad Cummins to face federal charge in kidnapping of TN teen
Tad Cummins to face federal charge in kidnapping of TN teen

Tad Cummins, 50, fled with Thomas from their small town of Culleoka, Tennessee, on March 13. They were captured on surveillance two days later at a Walmart in Oklahoma City but weren't been seen since. Siskiyou County is one of the most northern counties in the state of California . A day after they disappeared, Cummins was sacked from his teachin...

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  • National Football League schedule release 2017
National Football League schedule release 2017

The league announced the details for global games way back in December, so none of these will be a surprise when the schedule is officially released. Week 1 (Sept. 7) @ Patriots, 7:30 p.m. This could have big playoff implications in the latter half of the season. The Patriots will play the Jets on New Year's Eve.

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  • Trump Signs 'Buy American And Hire American' Executive Order
Trump Signs 'Buy American And Hire American' Executive Order

Trump signed an executive order billed as "Hire American, Buy American" on Tuesday afternoon at the headquarters of tool manufacturer Snap-on (SNA) in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Ironically, Trump's wife Melania used an H-1B visa to immigrate to the U.S. in 1996 and work as a model in New York City. As a presidential candidate, Donald Trump made a lot ...

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  • Playground case touches on separation of church and state
Playground case touches on separation of church and state

The questioning at the hearing was so tough on Missouri's Layton that Travis Weber of the Family Research Council's Center for Religious Liberty said he nearly felt sorry for the attorney. Justice Clarence Thomas, in keeping with his customary practice, did not speak or ask questions during the argument. Gorsuch also ruled in favor of the right of ...

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  • Lawsuit: Man deported after being part of protection program
Lawsuit: Man deported after being part of protection program

Customs and Border Patrol, his lawyers said, and requested the information under the Freedom of Information Act. This was the first documented deportation of a "Dreamer", a name given to those granted protections under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program created by Democratic President Barack Obama and extended by Republic...

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  • Police ID 4 found slain in NY park in suspected gang killing
Police ID 4 found slain in NY park in suspected gang killing

The discovery of the bodies comes about a month after more than a dozen MS-13 members were indicted in seven killings on Long Island over three years, including the deaths of several high school students last year. Police said the killings look like the work of MS-13. "They engage in acts of violence; they engage in acts of savagery against folks...

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  • Man arrested in connection to death of Princeton jogger Vanessa Marcotte
Man arrested in connection to death of Princeton jogger Vanessa Marcotte

Angel Cordero Ortiz, 31, was arrested overnight, according to reports in Boston , and is being held on $10 million ($13 million) bail. A suspect is in the custody of the Massachusetts State Police in connection to the death of Princeton jogger Vanessa Marcotte, WCVB reported .

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  • Central Intelligence Agency director takes negative tone on group Trump has praised
Central Intelligence Agency director takes negative tone on group Trump has praised

In fact, hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta revealed deep collusion, coordination and corruption between the media and Democrats. US intelligence agencies in January said the hacks were meant to harm Clinton and benefit Donald Trump, who ultimately won the presidency. Pompeo also su...

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  • Assad allies say US attack on Syria air base crosses 'red lines'
Assad allies say US attack on Syria air base crosses 'red lines'

Images of civilians suffering the apparent effects of a gas attack, including convulsions, vomiting and foaming at the mouth, provoked worldwide outrage and prompted U.S. Haley said on Sunday that it was up to the United States to take some burden in reacting to atrocities like this. "Someone who uses barrel bombs and chemicals to kill his own peop...

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  • SC and Gonzaga on the defensive in Final Four
SC and Gonzaga on the defensive in Final Four

Tip-off is scheduled for 6:09 PM ET on CBS. For live streaming information, see below. The first semifinal match-up this year features two teams making their first ever Final Four appearance - the West Region champion Gonzaga Bulldogs against the East Region-winning South Carolina Gamecocks .

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  • Man reportedly seen near Whitewater school with weapon taken into custody
Man reportedly seen near Whitewater school with weapon taken into custody

The FBI is now offering $10,000 reward for information leading to his arrest. The Armageddon Gun Shop, on the 2100 block of West US 14, was robbed of rifles and handguns at 8:40 p.m. London's Metropolitan Police say a 31-year-old Romanian tourist who plunged into the Thames from Westminster Bridge during an attack on Britain's Houses of Parliamen...

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  • Human remains found in Missouri identified as missing 21-year-old woman
Human remains found in Missouri identified as missing 21-year-old woman

Yust had been seen with Kopetsky several times in the months leading up to her disappearance. In late September, Runions' family and friends packed a courtroom during a routine appearance for Yust. A search party of Runions' family members stumbled upon the body of a dead man in a creek bed near Raytown, Missouri in January for the second week in...

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  • Indiana's AG urged to appeal abortion ruling
Indiana's AG urged to appeal abortion ruling

Pratt said that IN also failed to justify mandating that women make two separate trips to abortion clinics. Judge Pratt noted that about 75 percent of Planned Parenthood of Indiana & Kentucky patients had incomes at or below 200 percent the federal poverty line.

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  • Norwich police to launch distracted driving campaign
Norwich police to launch distracted driving campaign

The goal is to change motorist behaviors and save lives, not just in the month of April, but year-round. Through the end of the month, police will be on patrol looking for distracted drivers as part of the U Drive. And in studies, drivers are up to four times more likely to be in a crash when talking on their phone, and 23 times more likely to cr...

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  • Homeowner arrested after fatally shooting intruder he found in his shower
Homeowner arrested after fatally shooting intruder he found in his shower

Fanning said that when he arrived at the office, he found 31-year-old Nate Rosa showering in the bathtub. Police say that Fanning had time to call 911 before returning to the abandoned house to kill Rosa. 'Rest in piece Nathaniel Rosa . A magistrate set Fanning's bail at $250,000 and scheduled the man's court appearance on Monday. The intruder...

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  • Environmental groups vowing to fight Trump climate actions
Environmental groups vowing to fight Trump climate actions

The Trump administration has pledged to do what it can to keep U.S. gas production high, a goal that analysts say will in itself limit coal's reach. But coal is dying as a major energy source in the United States for reasons far beyond the reach of executive orders.

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  • Nunes, Schiff meet to try to get Russia investigation back on track
Nunes, Schiff meet to try to get Russia investigation back on track

Several current American officials identified the White House officials as Ezra Cohen-Watnick, the senior director for intelligence at the National Security Council, and Michael Ellis , a lawyer who works on national security issues at the White House Counsel's Office and formerly worked on the staff of the House Intelligence Committee.

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  • No repeal for 'Obamacare' _ a humiliating defeat for Trump
No repeal for 'Obamacare' _ a humiliating defeat for Trump

When he said a few weeks ago that he never knew health care was so complicated, it had probably already dawned on him that the issue was all pain, no gain. The failure of the GOP plan also puts Ryan in a much weakened political position, after being defied by his own conference, which seems just as unsuited to governing in the Trump era as it was w...

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  • Tornado drill, sirens part of Severe Weather Awareness Week
Tornado drill, sirens part of Severe Weather Awareness Week

MAIN THREATS with any thunderstorm this evening will be LARGE HAIL over the size of Golf balls, and winds in excess of 60 miles per hour. A series of storms last week slammed the state with high winds, rains, and tornadoes. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS.For your protection move to an interior room on the lowest floor of a building.Continuou...

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  • Trump administration strips LGBTQ questions from 2020 Census, prompting outrage
Trump administration strips LGBTQ questions from 2020 Census, prompting outrage

Still, Census experts created a foundation to ask such questions if the bureau chose to approve the new additions. Questions about sexual orientation and gender identity have never appeared in the census or American Community Survey. Congress Democrats have pushed for more in-depth questions to improve census results. The U.S. Census issued a not...

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