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Since he died during the commission of a crime, Koval said they are treating the case as a homicide, and will recommend felony murder charges be filed when the thieves are caught. Four contractors were working on a remodeling project inside the Culver's, 2102 W. Beltline Highway, around 3 a.m. when the two masked and armed men entered the restaurant, according to Madison police spokesman Joel DeSpain.
  • Hope Dems Don't Force Pelosi Out, Would Be 'Very Bad' for GOP

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    The apparent effectiveness of that messaging suggested to some that the 77-year-old Californian could be a liability for Democrats as they aim to regain their majority. Nancy Pelosi is sending a defiant message to House Democrats who are grumbling about her leadership: Come at me. Democrats have to pick up 24 House seats to get back into power.
  • Trump suggests Mueller may be biased in probe

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    Adam Schiff , the committee's top Democrat, said in a statement yesterday that Mr Trump's Twitter comment stopped short of denying that the White House had tapes or recordings, and said the White House must respond in writing. Praised by Earhardt for what she dubbed a "smart" move, the president retorted, "Well, it wasn't very stupid, I can tell you that". "Trump changed the arc of his presidency on Day 110 by bouncing Comey".
  • Camille Cosby Calls The DA 'Heinously And Exploitively Ambitious' After Husband's Mistrial

    Camille Cosby Calls The DA 'Heinously And Exploitively Ambitious' After Husband's Mistrial

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    Prosecutors reopened a criminal probe and filed charges in 2015 after Cosby's deposition in the woman's 2005 lawsuit was unsealed, and they realized the 12-year statute of limitations for felony sexual assault had not yet expired. McMonagle, in his closing argument, pointed out that Constand telephoned Cosby dozens of times after the alleged assault. Constand testified that the pills, which Cosby did not identify at the time, left her disoriented and unable to resist.
  • Consumer Issues Stemming From the GOP Health Care Initiative

    Consumer Issues Stemming From the GOP Health Care Initiative

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    Dean Heller , R-Nevada, became the fifth Senate Republican to reject the measure . "We have a few people that are - I think you could say modestly - they're not standing on the rooftops and screaming, they want to get some points". The Senate bill's lower inflation adjustment for federal Medicaid payments would ratchet up the pressure on states, Peacock said. Charles Schumer of NY and Elizabeth Warren of MA as "obstructionists".
  • Schumer gives health care passage '50-50 chance'

    Schumer gives health care passage '50-50 chance'

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    Dean Heller , R-Nevada, became the fifth Senate Republican to reject the measure . Republicans have been saying for seven years that they want to repeal Obamacare , so I can hardly pretend to be surprised that they're doing it after winning the 2016 election.
  • GOP senator: 'No way' health care bill should move forward

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    Hours after McConnell unveiled the bill Thursday, four other GOP senators said they also opposed the measure and several others expressed qualms about it. Paul, Lee, Cruz, and Johnson made it abundantly clear in their statement that they are "open to negotiating", suggesting their support can be bought with the right concessions.
  • Successful SpaceX launch delivers satellites into orbit

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    The first stage of the rocket successfully landed minutes later . Roughly eight minutes after the launch, the rocket's first stage completed a vertical landing on the "Of Course I Still Love You" droneship stationed in the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Russian hackers targeted 21 states in election

    Russian hackers targeted 21 states in election

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    Johnson announced the shift on the same day as the release of a declassified USA intelligence report that said Putin "ordered" an influence campaign in 2016 aimed at the US presidential election. President Trump was referring to Wednesday's congressional testimony by former homeland security secretary, Jeh Johnson. Senators held the hearing to discuss the extent of the Russian breach of USA electoral systems and the federal government's efforts to prevent potential cyber threats to 2018 ...