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Crowley at the Multnomah Justice Center in Portland Paul G. Crowley at the Multnomah Justice Center in Portland . "Free speech or die", he shouted. An affidavit obtained by the Oregonian on Tuesday offered more details on the attack. Christian is being held without bail. "Because they didn't even know me and they lost their lives because of me and my friend and the way we look".
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    Helen Giddings, who was first elected in 1992 and heads Texas' black legislative caucus, blamed politics, not race, for the tone of the session. He said they were talking about the boisterous protesters who had filled the Capitol rotunda and the House gallery, in opposition to Senate Bill 4 that was signed into law earlier this month by Gov.
  • NYTimes: Kushner Attempted to Set Up Direct Line to Putin

    NYTimes: Kushner Attempted to Set Up Direct Line to Putin

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    Senate Democrats don't want to let President Donald Trump forget the day he met with top Russian diplomats at the White House, even as he tries to move past allegations of possible collusion between Moscow and his presidential campaign. Kushner was joined by Michael Flynn, the retired general who would resign as Trump's national security adviser after reports that he secretly spoke with Kislyak about sanctions.
  • Police identify father and son who drowned in Novi pool

    Police identify father and son who drowned in Novi pool

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    The two were taken to St. Providence Hospital in Novi and were pronounced dead before 6 p.m. A man and his three-year-old toddler son mysteriously drowned in their apartment complex pool. They were not intending to swim, they were just going to sit by the pool, and that was evidenced by what we found at the scene", Malloy said, "and certainly what they were wearing.
  • Shulkin stresses 'lot of work to do' to fix beleaguered VA

    Shulkin stresses 'lot of work to do' to fix beleaguered VA

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    Shulkin pushed for new Veterans Affairs accountability legislation during the briefing, saying that current rules make it hard for his department to fire employees who break the rules, including the fact that the VA had to wait more than a month to fire someone who was caught watching pornography while helping a veteran.
  • Trump gets twisted up in his own weird Russia logic

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    Though he had not seen evidence of collusion when he stepped down on January 20, Clapper said all the signs made an FBI investigation not only appropriate but necessary. The White House has said the Trump administration's national security team is putting together a "holistic solution" to defeat ISIS. Former Bush and Obama administration officials who worked on personnel issues told POLITICO they never struggled to find qualified candidates for top jobs.
  • Protesters briefly block a Tulsa road

    Protesters briefly block a Tulsa road

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    Crutcher then a second officer, Betty Shelby fired her gun at Crutcher. An Oklahoma jury on Wednesday found a white Tulsa police officer not guilty of manslaughter in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man in a confrontation caught on video last September, stoking a national debate over racial bias in law enforcement.
  • President Trump expected to withdraw from Paris climate agreement

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    Axios reported that Trump has told many individuals in his administration, including EPA chief Scott Pruitt , that he plans to withdraw from the Paris climate change deal. that quitting the Paris climate agreement is not a straightforward process, and that fully leaving the deal will take years. Australia's national interest is best served if the U.S.
  • NY officer charged with murder in mentally ill woman's death

    NY officer charged with murder in mentally ill woman's death

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    The Bronx District Attorney's office said they would be releasing a statement about the indictment later this afternoon. Barry, an eight-year department veteran, encountered Danner naked and armed with scissors in her Castle Hill apartment October 18 after responding to a 911 call about a disturbance.
  • Google lists the most misspelled words in each state

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    But Shreeta Vachhani, an eighth-grade student representing Bourbonnais Upper Grade Center and our regional spelling champion, is doing her best not to be overcome by the moment. A misspelling in either the second or third round means the contestant is eliminated. A ideal score on the preliminaries test nets them 30 points.