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Trump's economic adviser Gary Cohn and adviser Jared Kushner listen to President Trump at a meeting with business leaders January 23. Trump referred to the Syrian leader as a "butcher". By contrast, Trump was full of praise for Xi Jinping - whom he met in Florida last week - saying that he believed the Chinese President was honest in helping defuse the U.S.
  • Classes resume a week after shooting at California school

    Classes resume a week after shooting at California school

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    Dozens of police officers responded and the students were held for hours while the school was searched. Smith was killed immediately. On April 10, Cedric Anderson, 53, was allowed entry to the school, telling staff he was dropping something off for his wife, Karen Smith, 53.
  • President Trump says Tax Day protesters were paid

    President Trump says Tax Day protesters were paid

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    Many seem convinced that Trump's returns would prove somehow that he ought to be ineligible for the presidency - much as President Barack Obama's most vociferous critics (Trump among them) were convinced that his birth certificate would show information that would have made him unelectable or ineligible.
  • Clothing brand Rue21 closing 400 locations across US

    Clothing brand Rue21 closing 400 locations across US

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    Rue21, which sells clothing geared toward teenagers, is based in Pennsylvania, just north of Pittsburg. "But the good news is we still have hundreds of locations across the country". Like many brick-and-mortar retailers, it has been battling declining mall traffic amid strong competition online. Last year, online retailer Amazon reported $136 billion in revenue, making it the eighth-largest U.S.
  • Sessions Takes Hard Line in Arizona Border Visit

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    All U.S. attorney's offices must immediately designate an assistant U.S. attorney as the "border coordinator" in that district to ensure the new guidelines are implemented. He has previously announced that sanctuary cities will lose federal law enforcement grants and expanded a program created to quickly deport imprisoned immigrants.
  • United's Munoz goes from savior to man on hot seat real fast

    United's Munoz goes from savior to man on hot seat real fast

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    Although the lawyers have not yet filed a lawsuit, the legal activity likely suggests they are gearing up to take the airline and airport to court. By Tuesday afternoon, nearly two days after the Sunday evening confrontation in Chicago, CEO Oscar Munoz issued his most contrite apology yet as details emerged about the man seen on cellphone videos recorded by other passengers at O'Hare Airport.
  • Easter Egg Hunt is all about the parents

    Easter Egg Hunt is all about the parents

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    She eagerly volunteered for it. Ever wondered why there are some many bunnies, lambs and eggs around during Easter? Remember, at the end of the day, the objective of Easter is to spend quality time with your family and friends, and give thanks.
  • To be dead to sin and be alive in God — EASTER MESSAGE

    To be dead to sin and be alive in God — EASTER MESSAGE

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    His restoration symbolizes the everlasting life that is yielded to all who confide in Him. Today, children will be scrambling for Easter eggs. Jesus will restore Magdalene's life; she will see and believe. Peace, too, is my Easter wish for all. "As we put our faith in Christ, should we change the way we are thinking, living and treating others?" The Holy week ends with this day.
  • United States police search for suspected Facebook Live killer

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    In a shocking and disturbing video, Stephens can be seen driving down the road before saying, "Found me somebody I'm going to kill, this guy right here, this old dude", He exits his vehicle and walks up to the man and begins talking to him, asking how old he is before pulling out a gun.
  • United Air passenger says scorpion bit him on flight

    United Air passenger says scorpion bit him on flight

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    Arbitrarily select four passengers to be involuntarily bumped. Often times airlines will have to make room on flights for crew members who need to travel to a different airport to operate another flight. Dr. Dao was one of them. The same day a passenger was infamously dragged off a United plane in Chicago, a man on a United flight from Houston to Calgary was allegedly stung by a scorpion.
  • Easter egg hunts are planned

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    Windber Easter egg hunt : More than 200 children took part in this year's WAVE Easter egg hunt in Windber on Saturday. Tomahawk Christian church hosted a community Easter egg hunt on Sunday. The day was ideal weather for an egg hunt. EASTER EGG HUNT: 9 a.m. -noon Saturday at Doko Meadows Park. The Easter Bunny will be making a guest appearance so don't forget your basket! The popular holiday tradition will include a search for a special gift-filled egg in the store's nursery ...
  • Cleveland man uploaded fatal shooting to Facebook

    Cleveland man uploaded fatal shooting to Facebook

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    By Sunday night, Jackson hadn't heard back. Joy confirmed that she's safe , and she has already gone to the police to work with them. He went on to use the social network to admit to other murders, as well as saying that he wanted to "kill as many people as I can".