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Separately, a stay of execution was granted in the case of Bruce Ward, who was convicted of strangling to death Rebecca Doss, a teenage shop clerk who worked in Little Rock. In it, they provide the court with two product labels that were redacted before being released publicly. On Thursday, the pharmaceutical companies behind the other two ingredients of the lethal injection joined a legal bid to stop their drugs from being used in executions .
  • Brazos Valley hopping with Easter activities and church services this weekend

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    Activities will include an Easter egg hunt, meet-and-greet with Mr. Bunny, a scavenger hunt, sack races with Santa, prizes, giveaways and more. Kids 12 and under can take part in the Easter Egg Hunt in waves according to age group. You're invited to Brookdale Pocatello for their annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday from 1 to 2 p.m. A special Easter service will follow at 10:30 a.m.at the church.
  • Russian Federation claims 'growing evidence' gas attack was fake

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    Russian Federation on Friday criticised the world's chemical weapons watchdog for not sending experts to the site of an alleged chemical attack in Syria , backing up President Bashar al-Assad's regime. Lavrov said the investigation should also be widened to include experts from many nations. "If our USA colleagues and some European nations believe that their version is right, they have no reason to fear the creation of such an independent group", Lavrov added.
  • Huskers Take Fourth in NCAA Semifinal II

    Huskers Take Fourth in NCAA Semifinal II

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    Maddy Stover got things started with a solid 9.85, which would be Utah's lowest beam score to count. "Having said that, I am extremely proud of this team". Skinner was Utah's top scorer in every event, including a tie with teammate Rowe on bars (9.8375). Laeng added a 9.875 and Breen rounded out the Husker scoring with a 9.85.
  • Burglary suspect who mailed manifesto to Trump arrested

    Burglary suspect who mailed manifesto to Trump arrested

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    Gorn, 58, a former high school guidance counselor, said he talked with Jakubowski for an hour. "A number of handguns and a long gun", Moore said. According to police, a male matching the description of Jakubowski was camping on the property and refused to leave when asked to do so.
  • Why did United States really attack Syria?

    Why did United States really attack Syria?

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    President Vladimir Putin's meeting with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson hasn't produced any positive shift yet in Russia-US relations, the Kremlin said on Thursday. He said working groups would be established to improve U.S. "We will keep monitoring the issue, since the only possible reason for using military force on the territory of Syria is to fight terrorism", Lavrov said.
  • Dr. Pepper gifts college student fountain of soda

    Dr. Pepper gifts college student fountain of soda

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    Claire Daniels was stunned Thursday to find a fountain full of Dr Pepper, her favorite soft drink, on her front lawn after she posted a seemingly innocuous tweet about the beverage in December. "[Sunday] is going to be bad", she said. "It's really insane", Daniels said. "I'm really excited. It's kind of insane to think one tweet could make this happen".
  • Neil Gorsuch's Supreme Court confirmation for Donald Trump and Republicans

    Neil Gorsuch's Supreme Court confirmation for Donald Trump and Republicans

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    This move, which is only somewhat overdramatically known as the "nuclear option", overturned generations of norms and rules that required 60 Senate votes to confirm a Supreme Court justice. "In fact, under a certain scenario, there could even be more than that", Trump said. "Judge Gorsuch is now Justice Gorsuch, and I'm glad to see such a distinguished jurist raised to the highest court in the land", he said.
  • Dems ask FBI to suspend Kushner's security clearance

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    The growing online attacks against Kushner come amid the recent bombing of Syria by Trump in response to the chemical weapons attack there as well as reports of tensions between Kushner and White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon, who was removed from the National Security Council last week.
  • Social media busy over Kan. special congressional election

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    After all, if a Democrat could win a district that Trump won big, why couldn't a Democrat win a district Republicans only carried by single digits? For weeks, money has flooded into the northern Atlanta suburbs. House, where Republicans have a 237-193 edge. "I actually voted third party", said Josh Azriel of November's election. The victor will face the Republican nominee in the June 20 general election.
  • Is this a new Trump? Abrupt reversals may reflect experience

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    Instead, the first currency review of the Trump administration singled out China and five other countries as needing to be monitored for their currency practices. The report also called on Japan to do more "to revive domestic demand and combat low inflation while avoiding a return to export-led growth". Speaking with the Journal , Trump said he changed his mind because China hadn't been manipulating its currency for months, and that such a move could harm ongoing talks with Beijing on ...
  • AAA: Texas, nationwide retail gasoline prices up this week

    AAA: Texas, nationwide retail gasoline prices up this week

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    While summer gas demands will rise like they do every year, one analyst says prices should stay under $3 a gallon for IL drivers in 2017. The agency says it believes gas will rise to an average this year of $2.39 a gallon, up from $2.15 in 2016.