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Jakubowski is wanted as a suspect in a gun store burglary Tuesday and for making threats against public officials and schools. About 150 local, state and federal law enforcement officers and support staff are involved in the hunt for Jakubowski, according to the Associated Press .
  • Piscotty agrees to $33.5 million, 6-year deal with Cardinals

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    Wong was next. Wong hit a ground ball that appeared headed to right field, but Javier Baez made a diving stop and off-balance throw that just got Wong, or so said first-base umpire Quinn Wolcott [VIDEO ]. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium. What it means to me is what he's going to do. "Everybody's excited about the season getting going". Marwin Gonzalez added a solo homer for the Astros to seal the victory.
  • Manhunt on for Gun Theft Suspect With Manifesto for Trump

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    Knudson said the White House has received the manifesto . In a cell phone video released by the sheriff's office , the suspect apparently showed off the manifesto before he dropped it in the mail. According to CBS , authorities found a burned auto registered under Jakubowski's name near the gun store on Tuesday. Many Rock County schools are on spring break this week.
  • Several gunshot victims reported at San Bernardino elementary school

    Several gunshot victims reported at San Bernardino elementary school

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    Police identified the suspect as Cedric Anderson, 53, of Riverside. Aerial footage shows the school children walking in a line onto the playground after a teacher was shot inside the school. Many said their children were too young to have cellphones. His eldest son had just gotten on a bus, he said. She called Monday's shootings "every parent's worst nightmare".
  • Trump nominee Neil Gorsuch appointed to Supreme Court

    Trump nominee Neil Gorsuch appointed to Supreme Court

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    The seat earmarked for Garland is now going to Gorsuch, after Trump was made President. It's been 420 days in the making, but President Trump scored bigly on Friday when Senate Republicans officially confirmed his nominee , Judge Neil M.
  • Passenger is dragged off overbooked United flight

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    Forcing people off flights, by dragging them down the aisle! Three of them did but the fourth refused. The man starts to scream as he is dragged off while other passengers look on - some recording the event with their phones. A United employee apologized to passengers, he said. The man became angry as the manager persisted, Bridges said, eventually yelling. Officer Jose Estrada says the incident was handled by the city's aviation department police force.
  • Neil Gorsuch sworn into Supreme Court, vows to serve Constitution

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    Trump drew Gorsuch's name from a list of 21 candidates that he released during the campaign, and announced his pick in a prime-time address from the White House's East Room. In his remarks, the President said the nation was counting on Gorsuch to be "impartial and fair: I have no doubt you will rise to the occasion". Gorsuch was sworn in behind closed doors at the Supreme Court building, the first of two oaths he will take today.
  • Video shows guards dragging passenger off United flight

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    The incident occurred after United asked passengers to give up their seats voluntarily for compensation and no one took the airline up on the offer. Munoz said United was "moving with a sense of urgency" to work with the authorities and conduct its own review of the incident. A video taken by Bridges' wife shows three security officials grabbing the man from his seat and dragging him down the aisle.
  • Fans bid farewell to rock and roll legend Chuck Berry

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    Chuck Berry's casket emphasized the rocker's personality as a red Gibson guitar was bolted to the lid. Chuck Berry was laid to rest Sunday following a pair of memorials in his hometown of St. Other speakers included Marshall Chess , the son of Leonard Chess , who had founded Chuck's first record label, Chess Records, a number of the rocker's former bandmates, and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation president Joel Peresman .
  • Iran expresses support for Syria's Assad

    Iran expresses support for Syria's Assad

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    Trump's ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, said the United States was willing to take more action against Assad, while White House officials cautioned that the strikes did not signal a broader shift in us policy. The foreign secretary faced criticism at home and overseas on Sunday for postponing the visit, prompting his allies to say critics had put "polls and politics above sorting out a civil war".
  • Priebus made Bannon, Kushner make up

    Priebus made Bannon, Kushner make up

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    President Trump told the fighting advisers to "work this out", two people familiar with the matter told The New York Times . Despite Trump's big news week, the White House is anxious that the stories of infighting and " palace intrigue " are supplanting stories about the president's successes.
  • Gorsuch pledges to be 'servant' of Constitution

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    Gorsuch took his constitutional oath, administered by Chief Justice John Roberts , in a private ceremony at the Supreme Court with the other justices. Of these disputes, perhaps the most significant is a contentious church-state dispute from Missouri that is likely to divide the justices into ideological factions.