• Arrests as May Day marches target Trump

    Arrests as May Day marches target Trump

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    Police said on Twitter Monday that anarchists destroyed a police vehicle, damaged numerous windows and property, started fires in the streets and attacked police. This year's demonstrations - planned in major cities from NY to Seattle, San Francisco, and Los Angeles as well as in smaller communities like Scranton, Pennsylvania - are to focus on other issues in addition to labor, including women's and immigrants' rights.
  • Arkansas State Police identify Yell County deputy killed in line of duty

    Arkansas State Police identify Yell County deputy killed in line of duty

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    At 7:18 a.m. Thursday, Mainhart performed a traffic stop on a vehicle that was related to a disturbance call at a home on Gum Springs Road, police said. Bowden is jailed on three counts of capital murder, state police Director Bill Bryant said. Sadler said Bowden let one female hostage go during the standoff and she is being questioned.
  • Donald Trump was ready to fire James Comey on entering White House

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    President Donald Trump admitted the FBI's probe of then-Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's private email server helped him during the 2016 election, and added that he never would have let his opponent walk free. "The integrity of our law enforcement agencies and their leadership is of the utmost importance to President Trump". Acting FBI director Andrew McCabe also interviewed for the permanent post despite his repeated willingness to break from White House explanations ...
  • Sessions pushes for harshest charges possible in drug cases

    Sessions pushes for harshest charges possible in drug cases

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    In the memo , Sessions, who said in March that there was " too much of a tolerance for drug use ", called for prosecutors to charge offenders with the "most serious, readily provable offense", deviating only in special circumstances and with the approval of a USA attorney general or assistant attorney general.
  • Ohio Chief, Two Others Killed; Suspect Dead

    Ohio Chief, Two Others Killed; Suspect Dead

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    The hostages ran when the shooter fired and they were not harmed. The two employees and the suspected shooter were found dead inside the nursing home. Thorp says Disario was found outside the Pine Kirk Care Center . He was only 36 years old, and leaves behind a wife, six children and one more on the way, officials said.
  • Trump Says New FBI Director Could Be Named Next Week

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    He later said he was "not aware" whether any White House official had recordings of the conversation and wouldn't comment on whether the president regularly recorded conversations in the Oval Office. John Cornyn of Texas, the No. 2 Senate leader and a former state attorney general. Fisher formerly served as assistant attorney general for the Justice Department's Criminal Division.
  • Russian photographer's visit to Oval Office raises security concerns

    Russian photographer's visit to Oval Office raises security concerns

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    Security experts brought up the problems with allowing Russian photographers into the White House, especially given the accusations that Russian officials interfered in the USA presidential election and colluded with the Trump campaign, not to mention the fact that the Trump administration has reportedly been lax on security protocols in the past.
  • Conyers and Cummings want to hear Trump's dinner tapes

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    Comey was leading an FBI investigation of possible collusion between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign in 2016. But in an interview with NBC News' Lester Holt aired on Thursday, Trump said - surprise! - that he had chose to fire Comey before Rosenstein weighed in with his criticism.
  • 'Call It By Name': Pence Says ISIS Guilty of 'Genocide' Against Christians

    'Call It By Name': Pence Says ISIS Guilty of 'Genocide' Against Christians

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    America was, is, and will always be a shining city on a hill, he continued, where people throughout our history have been able to practice their faith openly and freely, he said. The House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee has approved H.R. 390, which is also awaiting action by the House Judiciary Committee. However, his pledge comes as religious-freedom advocates have decried the absence of prominent administrative positions that promote religious freedom in USA foreign policy ...
  • Resident heard shots, screaming in OH killings

    Resident heard shots, screaming in OH killings

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    Authorities have identified the gunman and two nursing home employees who died during a shooting at an OH nursing home. The slain police chief was identified as 36-year-old Steven Eric Disario, who headed the Kirkersville Police Department, Licking County Sheriff Randy Thorp said.