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Questions still remain on how a boy whom school officials described as "an outstanding young man" would decide to end his own life. The boy in the red and gray coat hits another boy in the stomach, "sending him to the floor in all fours".
  • Hometown of ex-FBI Director James Comey reacts to his dismissal

    Hometown of ex-FBI Director James Comey reacts to his dismissal

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    Deputy AG Rosenstein said that the July 5, 2016 statement Comey made about Hillary's e-mail system was "A textbook example of what federal prosecutors are against and what they are taught not to do". To make matters more complicated, Comey was leading the inquiry into the level of Russian interference in the US presidential election . Plus, he said, his agents weren't optimistic that they could finish reviewing the thousands of emails on the laptop before the election and could not rule out ...
  • Officer shot after man opens fire in nursing home

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    Thorp said Disario was the first person to respond to a report of a person with a gun at the nursing home. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said Friday that two search warrants were issued for the cars. "We don't have this stuff go on around here", said Ron Rogers, 67, a local shopkeeper. Share with Us - We'd love to hear eyewitness accounts, the history behind an article, and smart, constructive criticism.
  • Trump Says He Planned To Fire Comey Before Justice Department Recommendations

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    In explaining the firing, the president told NBC News he considered Comey a "showboat". In an interview on Thursday, he insisted he always meant to fire the Federal Bureau of Investigation director, undercutting the initial explanation that he acted on the recommendation of top officials who criticised Comey's handling of a probe into Hillary Clinton's emails.
  • US nuclear site's collapsed tunnel may have gone unnoticed

    US nuclear site's collapsed tunnel may have gone unnoticed

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    Authorities also revealed that the 400-square foot sinkhole they filled with soil could have been there since last weekend before it was discovered Tuesday. Eight flatbed railroad cars loaded with radioactive material were parked there in 1965. "I've been to Hanford many, many times for conferences and things like that, and I don't recall anyone saying that there was waste in tunnels underground".
  • Trump on Colbert: 'What he says is filthy'

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    Colbert asserted that he "won" during the opening monologue of his show because he had been trying to get Trump to say his name for a year . This week, President Donald Trump continued his attacks on the media, this time criticizing numerous news outlets and media personalities during a sit-down with TIME .
  • Obama-era drilling regulation preserved

    Obama-era drilling regulation preserved

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    Set by the Obama administration in November 2016, the regulation to limit methane emissions on public and tribal lands faced stiff opposition from oil and gas producers, the Trump White House, and conservative lawmakers, even though polling suggests it enjoys overwhelming support in the western states most affected by the rule .
  • The Texas Officer Who Fatally Shot Jordan Edwards Is Appealing His Termination

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    The Balch Springs, Texas police officer who authorities said fired the shot that killed 15-year-old Jordan Edwards, was sacked on Tuesday, authorities said. Officer Roy Oliver was sacked three days after the Saturday night shooting. The officer had no similar prior incidents, Haber said, and BSPD is conducting a separate internal administrative review of the incident.
  • Trump declares James Comey 'should have never exonerated' Hillary Clinton

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    Comey reportedly declined to testify at a closed Senate Intelligence Committee hearing. Mr Trump has insisted Mr Comey told him that he was not under investigation. Sen. Dick Durbin D-Ill., called Trump " dangerous " on Friday in the wake of Trump's post on Twitter that suggested he taped a conversation with Comey.
  • AG Sessions orders more aggressive drug sentencing

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    Holder himself responded , calling the policy "dumb on crime", "ideologically motivated", and "cookie cutter". In announcing his policy, Holder said at the time , "With an outsized, unnecessarily large prison population, we need to ensure that incarceration is used to punish, deter, and rehabilitate - not merely to warehouse and forget".