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House Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) spoke out against the bill, which they dubbed the "Wrong Choice Act", in a speech on the House floor Thursday afternoon after Comey's testimony. "Quietly, people are preparing for a lot of possible outcomes and how to deal with them", said one Republican in frequent communication with Republican senators and staff, who like other aides and allies interviewed for this story were granted anonymity to speak candidly.
  • Ménage à Murder: Threesome turns deadly in luxe NYC neighborhood

    Ménage à Murder: Threesome turns deadly in luxe NYC neighborhood

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    Before leaving, a neighbor says the woman called her boyfriend - who was not involved in the threesome - and alleged she'd been raped. When the 21-year-old man returned to the apartment, Ikonomidis made a decision to leave. "I saw the blood", said Liguori. He was mumbling, but you couldn't understand what he was saying. "He wasn't putting his words together", said first floor tenant Mike Rivera, 49.
  • Congress gunman raged against Trump online

    Congress gunman raged against Trump online

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    She said he sold nearly everything from his businessese prior to leaving. As I walk across the parking lot to the vehicle, a gentleman approaches me and says, 'Can you tell me, the team today, is that Democrats or Republicans?' I told him it was the Republicans and he said, 'OK, thanks, ' and turned around.
  • Officer in shooting: 'I don't have a taser'

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    Charleena Lyles was shot after police saw her holding a knife, the Seattle Times reported . Seattle police have said officers. The recording indicates the officers spent about two minutes calmly speaking with 30-year-old Charleena Lyles on Sunday about the theft of an X-box before the situation escalated.
  • After public outcry, Florida city moves Confederate statue

    After public outcry, Florida city moves Confederate statue

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    It will be reassembled and re-erected in a Confederate veterans section of a municipal cemetery not far from where it had stood in Lake Eola Park, city spokeswoman Cassandra Lafser said in a statement. The pressure for Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer to comply grew as local blogger David Porter called the statue an "icon of white supremacy". Last fall, Gainesville residents debated whether to move "Old Joe", a 112-year-old statue of a Confederate soldier next to a county government building.
  • Senate Democrats weigh blockade to protest GOP health care plan

    Senate Democrats weigh blockade to protest GOP health care plan

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    Republicans have said the House bill is aimed at lowering premiums and expanding consumers' insurance choices while getting rid of the mandates in "Obamacare" that require people to buy coverage. You are undermining public trust and ignoring the two-thirds of Americans who disapproved of the House AHCA bill. The House GOP bill would phase out Medicaid expansion in 2020.
  • Will be eligible for season opener

    Will be eligible for season opener

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    The Mountaineers had been preparing as if Grier would be available immediately. Offensive coordinator Jake Spavital has said Grier is talented enough to consider entering the National Football League draft should he put together a big 2017 season.
  • Gronk denies reports he spent $100K at Foxwoods

    Gronk denies reports he spent $100K at Foxwoods

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    He and his group reportedly ordered a staggering 160 bottles of champagne on their way to a $102,407 bar tab this past weekend. That tab included 49 bottles of Rosé and Grey Goose, along with a variety of other drinks. Social media includes photos of Gronkowski and videos at the bar, where Flo Rida was performing. The rep also mentioned that Gronkowski's brother was there, and confirmed that the tight end was accompanied by about 20 people.
  • Police Fatally Shoot Pregnant Mother Who Called Them To Report Robbery

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    Officers who responded to the burglary call looked for a mental health caution on her file, but found none, according to the audio recording. Family members said Lyles had been suffering with a mental illness for the past year, and feared during the two recent police responses that officers would take her children away.
  • Deadly dust storm pile-up on New Mexico highway

    Deadly dust storm pile-up on New Mexico highway

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    A 30-year-old man and 29-year-old woman from Phoenix were also killed in the crash. Police said the initial investigation indicated that 18 commercial motor vehicles and seven passengers vehicles were involved. To read this article in one of Houston's most-spoken languages, click on the button below. The Civil Air Patrol's governing board has chosen a New Mexico man to serve as the organization's next chief executive and national commander.