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They have two daughters together. During the conversation Latourneau talked about the initial physical connection between her and Fualaau, saying, "The incident was a late night that it didn't stop with a kiss". Almost a decade later, in 2015, Fualaau and Letourneau sat down for an interview with ABC's Barbara Walters , where they discussed their relationship, marriage and parenting.
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    Only the governor can call a special session, and his office has insisted that lawmakers resolve their issues during what's left of the regular legislative session. The bill is sponsored by 69th District Rep. James Frank, who also authored companion legislation in the Texas House of Representatives. Patrick has promised to force a special session if he doesn't get his way, but it remains to be seen whether Gov.
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    Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler has asked the federal government to revoke a permit for what he described as an alt-right demonstration planned Sunday at Terry Schrunk Plaza across from City Hall. The man police say fatally stabbed the two men makes his initial court appearance Monday. Two of the men - Army veteran Rick Best and recent college graduate Taliesin Myrddin Namkai Meche - died.
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    Mackowiak is syndicated columnist, an Austin-based Republican consultant and a former Capitol Hill and Bush administration aide. The 217-213 margin was closer than GOP leaders would have liked-all House Democrats and numerous chamber's most conservative Republicans opposed it, though for opposite reasons.
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    The outdoor portion of Clinton's Memorial Day ceremonies are canceled. "We came to the parade to support our veterans", said Craig Dean. More than 75 groups participated this year, including military organizations, civic groups, school bands, scouts and others.
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    The incident came with Washington up 2-0 in the eighth inning on the road against the Giants with no men on. Many have condemned the behavior, believing Strickland was wrong to hit Harper with a 98-mph fastball over a three-year-old grudge and that Harper needlessly put himself in harm's way instead of taking the high road.
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    Modi - before embarking on his tour, which also takes him to Spain, France and Russian Federation - wrote that "India and Germany are large democracies, major economies and important players in regional and global affairs". Earlier on the day, Chancellor Merkel received PM Modi at Schloss Messeberg before a private dinner and he was accorded ceremonial welcome at German Chancellery.
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    But he said Russians may have been trying to "play" the Trump Team. Russia, a pivotal player in Syria, has backed Syrian President Bashar Assad, often at the expense of civilians during a long civil war. "We have back-channel communications with any number of individual (countries)", McMaster said, according to a Reuters report . "It allows you to communicate in a discreet manner".
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    This year, as with so much else, things are different: Today's communiqué is just six pages long. Almost 200 countries had pledged support to reduce carbon emissions in the landmark global warming deal. Withdrawal would risk making Mr Trump unpopular not only with his allies overseas, but also with activists at home. L-R Front Row: Nigeria's Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta, Guinea's President Alpha Conde, U.S.
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    Although Merkel has sought to dampen the notion that she wants to pivot Germany and Europe away from the United States and toward Eastern powers, Tuesday's meeting with Modi could not have been more positive and cordial. But Tuesday, Merkel clarified that she remains committed to strong ties between the US and Germany. But there are increasing signs that her opponents could be tempted to run an anti-Trump campaign that paints Merkel as being too soft on the president.
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    Trial beginning for officer who killed motorist

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    The defense argued that Castile's status to carry a weapon is not relevant to the charges since Yanez had no knowledge whether Castile had a permit or not when he fired the fatal shots. Yanez replies, "OK, don't reach for it then" and repeatedly tells Castile not to pull out the gun. According to a May 4 order, courtroom attendees are not allowed to wear or carry signs, buttons or clothing that call attention to Castile, Yanez or any witnesses.