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MA juveniles convicted of first-degree murder are still sentenced to life, but now they are eligible for parole after serving 20 to 30 years in prison. The case involves Jacob Lee Davis, who was an 18-year-old senior in high school when he shot and killed a man his then-girlfriend was dating. A new bipartisan state task force on juvenile justice reform met for the first time in June, and the body could recommend changes to sentencing guidelines for young offenders.
  • Violence erupts in GJM supporters' rally, many injured

    Violence erupts in GJM supporters' rally, many injured

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    GJM workers and various NGOs of the hills were also seen distributing food items among the people as food supply has been severely hit due to the indefinite shutdown. Several police personnel and Gorkhaland supporters were injured in the clashes, the police said. "One of our supporters named Ajay Chhetri was injured in to police firing".
  • Sharad Yadav breaks silence, terms JD(U)-BJP alliance in Bihar 'unfortunate'

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    Mumbai , Jul 28 In a dig at the BJP over recent developments in Bihar , the Shiv Sena today said it seemed its ally had "made pakistan happy" by aligning with Nitish Kumar . This is not the first time that the dairy brand is commenting on the situation in Bihar's political landscape. "It's unfortunate", Yadav said. "Neither black money slashed overseas returned, one of [the] main slogans of [the] ruling party nor anyone caught out of those named in Panama papers", he wrote on Twitter .
  • US responds to missile tests

    US responds to missile tests

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    Haley's Sunday tweet took China , Japan and South Korea to task as the USA seeks worldwide support in stifling North Korea . Two Air Force supersonic bombers flew low over the Korean Peninsula Sunday in a show of force after North Korea test-fired its second intercontinental ballistic missile .
  • Area reps would override Trump veto of Russian Federation sanctions

    Area reps would override Trump veto of Russian Federation sanctions

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    The new sanctions bill would add to a raft of coordinated sanctions the United States and European Union imposed in 2014 over Russia's annexation of Crimea and its interference in the conflict in eastern Ukraine . American officials said they were used for intelligence collection. A federal law enforcement investigation and multiple USA congressional probes looking into the possibility that Trump's campaign colluded with Russian Federation have made it harder for Trump to open a new ...
  • President Trump Did Not Endorse Police Brutality

    President Trump Did Not Endorse Police Brutality

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    The emphasis on "ALL persons" implies that Trump's comments Friday encouraged law enforcement officers to infringe upon the civil rights of suspects in police custody. Sgt. Ray Kelly, a spokesman for the Alameda County Sheriff's Department, said it was "nice to be supported and appreciated in law enforcement" by the president.
  • 3 injured when small plane crashes near Danbury Airport

    3 injured when small plane crashes near Danbury Airport

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    Reports said that the plane crashed in the area of Miry Brook Road and Backus Avenue. Stephen Williams, deputy fire chief for the Danbury Fire Department, said at a news conference later Sunday that all three victims were men. The identities of those who were injured have not yet been released. The FAA and the NTSB is investigating to determine what caused the crash. Officials say the plane had a full tank of gas.
  • NJ Reacts to Health Care Repeal Failure

    NJ Reacts to Health Care Repeal Failure

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    It's a call that the president has used before. "I have not seen a senator who speaks truth to power as strongly, as well and as frequently as John McCain ", said Schumer. Trump reiterated his threat to "let Obamacare implode", an outcome he could hasten by steps such as halting federal payments to help insurers reduce out-of-pocket costs for lower-earning consumers.