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And another White House official said Trump was in an "amazing mood". Bannon and Priebus did not immediately respond to the Journal's requests for comment. But on Saturday, Axios reported that it looks like Bannon is the one who is most isolated . U.S. President Donald Trump delivers a statement at his Mar-a-Lago estate in West Palm Beach, Florida, U.S., April 6, 2017.
  • Vote counting begins in Turkey's referendum

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    But the main opposition party, CHP , have said they will demand a recount of 37 per cent of the vote, claiming that 1.5 million "illegal" ballots were counted. Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz said the referendum was bound to complicate further cooperation between Ankara and the EU. The head of the Turkey electoral board declared that the "yeses" had it, though the final results won't be confirmed for a few more days.
  • A basketful of fun awaits little ones at Easter egg hunt

    A basketful of fun awaits little ones at Easter egg hunt

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    Saturday, April 15. The Easter Bunny will be on hand for photos starting at noon. "It's not the "blind kid" or the 'deaf kid.' They are just a kid in a group of kids". West Chester Township's hunt for eggs is also open to children ages 8 or younger. She says she come back to the beeping egg hunt each year to let other kids know they're not alone.
  • Wisconsin gun theft suspect who allegedly wrote manifesto to Trump captured

    Wisconsin gun theft suspect who allegedly wrote manifesto to Trump captured

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    Janesville police Chief David Moore said the peaceful end to Jakubowski's run from authorities could've ended much differently. "He could be around Janesville. About 30 minutes later, a vehicle fire was reported near the scene. The man has not been charged in connection with the video and is not believed to be involved in the burglary.
  • Sessions Tells DOJ to Revisit Obama-Era Agreements with Local Police Departments

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    At his Senate confirmation hearing, Jeff Sessions sounded skeptical of consent decrees, the legal reform agreements that the Justice Department had negotiated with troubled police forces. Slager is charged with murder in state court and a civil rights violation in federal court in connection with Scott's death, which was captured on video.
  • 19-year-old dies after I-10 motorcycle crash

    19-year-old dies after I-10 motorcycle crash

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    The crash closed portions of westbound I-4 for several hours. Seriously injured were the driver, Armani Santi De Jesus, 14, and his mother, Amanda Teresa Rossiter, 32, who was a passenger in the vehicle. Additional charges are pending. The boy was trying to switch lanes in a 2000 Ford Explorer and lost control. The man was driving his motorcycle westbound on Interstate 10 just after 5 p.m., approaching the U.S.
  • Easter egg hunt a hit in Dobson

    Easter egg hunt a hit in Dobson

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    Starting at 10 a.m. children can search for over 500 eggs filled with prizes. "Her siblings find more eggs every year and this year was different because they have these wonderful beeping Easter eggs and she found more eggs than they did". The worship service has been a tradition for many years in the area. Colt Greyland looks for Easter Eggs at the Davisburg Community Hall's first ever Easter Egg Hunt on April 15 .
  • Trump Era DOJ Memo Spells Uncertain Future For Portland Police Agreement

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    The areas Sessions highlighted for review included collaborative investigations and prosecutions, law enforcement grants, training, compliance reviews, and more. Bredar did not address the Justice Department's broader argument that top officials in the new administration needed more time to review the deal, which was struck in the waning days of the Obama administration.
  • College baseball: UCLA honors Jackie Robinson Day with throwback uniforms

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    But the greater outrage becomes apparent as we acknowledge again, 70 years after Jackie Robinson joined the Dodgers, that his significance transcends the game he played from 1947 until 1956. It sits atop a large granite base, complete with a biography and quotes from Robinson. He played all four sports at Pasadena City College before going on to UCLA.
  • Who's behind rallies seeking tax returns

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    CHICAGO (AP) - President Donald Trump says "someone should look into who paid" for the rallies around the country Saturday that urged him to release his tax returns. He's explained that he wouldn't release the returns because he was under audit. Pepper spray is used as anti and pro-Donald Trump protesters clash during competing demonstrations at Martin Luther King Jr.
  • In Gallup poll, 55% of Americans now support Affordable Care Act

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    While the Affordable Care Act's popularity is middling, the law's protections for people with pre-existing conditions are extremely well-liked. It suggests most young Americans won't be content with a law offering "access" to coverage, as Trump and Republicans in Congress proposed in doomed legislation they dropped March 24.
  • Russian Federation relations hit

    Russian Federation relations hit "all-time low"

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    The Wall Street Journal cited Trump as saying that Assad's use of chemical weapons again would elicit another military response, but he also said he would not intervene in depth in the conflict. Bolivia also rejected the resolution and China did not vote. He said "it would be a fantastic thing" if the two nations got along better but cautioned that "it may be just the opposite".