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Castro is aware he lacks the name recognition of potential 2020 rivals or the buzz surrounding O'Rourke, whose flirtations with 2020 have tantalized donors and activists after a close race past year against Sen. And as a Latino candidate, he represents the more diverse direction the party is headed in. Sen. Kamala Harris of California this past week published a memoir , a staple of presidential candidates.
  • Gov. DeSantis Suspends Sheriff Israel

    Gov. DeSantis Suspends Sheriff Israel

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    The failure of the radio system added to the chaos that included SWAT teams not knowing where to land their helicopters. The families of the victims deserve accountability. "This was about politics, not about Parkland ". Israel said his suspension amounted to the newly seated governor fulfilling a campaign promise he made well before the commission issued its findings on the massacre response.
  • US aviation system is starting to show strains from shutdown

    US aviation system is starting to show strains from shutdown

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    The air traffic controllers are also organising a leafleting effort appealing directly to passengers at airports across the country, including in Dallas, Atlanta, Seattle and Portland, Oregon, as well as at Washington Dulles International Airport in Virginia, a union official said.
  • Ex-kidnapping victims: Jayme Closs needs space, time to heal

    Ex-kidnapping victims: Jayme Closs needs space, time to heal

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    The Sheriff also said that it has been confirmed that Patterson was not at the residence when Jayme escaped and that they now believe that he was out looking for her when he was located and placed under arrest. Almost three years ago, Patterson worked for one day at the same meat products facility where Jayme's parents also worked - the Jennie-O Turkey Store plant in Barron - the company's president said.
  • Trump rejects report that he hid details of Putin meetings

    Trump rejects report that he hid details of Putin meetings

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    The constraints that Trump imposed are part of a broader pattern by the president of shielding his communications with Putin from public scrutiny and preventing even high-ranking officials in his own administration from fully knowing what he has told one of the United States' main adversaries.
  • Winter storm hits US Midwest leaving at least five dead

    Winter storm hits US Midwest leaving at least five dead

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    The power company says the winter storm has caused widespread outages in the Kansas City area. It also hit parts of other states including Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio . Many people who went slow Saturday still lost control of their vehicles in the wet conditions, White said. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says almost 300 vehicles had slid off roads across the state and more than 175 crashes had been reported by late Saturday morning.
  • Jeremy Corbyn sets sights on Downing Street ahead of Brexit vote

    Jeremy Corbyn sets sights on Downing Street ahead of Brexit vote

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    Asked what he would want to deliver on Brexit if there was an election and he became prime minister, Corbyn said: "At the very minimum, a customs arrangement with the European Union that gives us a say of what goes on but also avoids the whole issue of the problems of Northern Ireland, which this deal does".
  • FBI Reportedly Investigated Whether Trump Was Working For Russia

    FBI Reportedly Investigated Whether Trump Was Working For Russia

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    The criminal and counterintelligence elements were coupled together into one investigation, former law enforcement officials said in interviews in recent weeks, because if Trump had ousted the head of the FBI to impede or even end the Russian Federation investigation, that was both a possible crime and a national security concern.
  • Donald Trump teases changes for H-1B visa holders

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    Trump has also derided visas granted to family members of United States residents or citizens as "chain migration", and backed a Republican proposal in 2017 that would have slashed legal immigration in half. H1-B visas are granted to professional workers sponsored by employers for a period of three years, which can be extended once. The president's message on January 11 suggests that the White House has reviewed at least one proposal and has decided on a course of action.
  • Several inches of snow possible this weekend in northeast Kansas

    Several inches of snow possible this weekend in northeast Kansas

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    Tomorrow: Mostly Cloudy, PM Wintry Mix. FOX 5's Mike Thomas says the system is expected to bring around two to four inches of snow to the D.C. metro area. Further to the north a sharp cutoff will exist with places around Galena and Dubuque hardly seeing any accumulation at all as the snow fights off dry air.