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According to authorities, eleven people were injured, including one who was stabbed. But Rhodes credited Berkeley police for new tactics that mostly kept the two sides apart and "our side chilled and relaxed", though fights broke out among both groups throughout the morning and afternoon.
  • Pennsylvania state police on lookout for Facebook murder suspect

    Pennsylvania state police on lookout for Facebook murder suspect

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    Williams said the family is in the process of setting up an official GoFundMe page that will be released later Monday through the police department. "He was a really good guy. He was kind and loving to me and my children", she told CBS News . Stephens said the name of a woman, whom Godwin didn't seem to recognize.
  • Rupp Leaves No Doubt the Marathon Is His Event Now

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    And today at the 2017 Boston Marathon , he added a second-place finish to his résumé, running a new PR, 2:09:58, finishing 21 seconds behind the victor, Geoffrey Kirui of Kenya. He finished in 2:17:01, citing heat as one factor. "She always told me that I could be a great marathoner", Jordan said of her mom. Also running on Monday was Ben Beach, who completed the race for an unprecedented 50th time in a row.
  • North Korean official: 'Reckless' US creating situation for nuclear war

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    The launch failure has fueled speculation about the possibility that the United States may be using cyber technology to interfere with North Korea's missile program. So why the recent escalation of tensions with North Korea? "Whatever comes from the USA, we will cope with it". Canada's trade with Asia is booming and it has strong and deep cultural ties to the region thanks to the diaspora here, while the legacy of its wartime contribution lives on through the U.N.
  • Chargers release statement on passing of Steelers owner Dan Rooney

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    Mr Rooney also prepared the way for the Obama visit to Ireland. He graduated from Duquesne in 1955 and started working in the front office, leading to his eventual stint as the general manager. Considered one of the most inspirational and influential executives in the NFL, Rooney was widely respected and appreciated even beyond the boundaries of football.
  • US Supreme Court blocks execution

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    The execution of death row inmate Don Davis will not take place on Monday (April 17) as scheduled. That order remains in place. Demonstrators gathered outside the state house in Little Rock to protest the planned executions. Local media outlets had tweeted photos and video of Griffen appearing to mimic an inmate strapped to a gurney at the demonstration. The judge says he's morally opposed to the death penalty, but that his beliefs shouldn't prevent him from taking up certain cases.
  • Melania Trump accepts damages and apology over Mail report about her past

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    We apologise to Mrs. Trump for any distress that our publication caused her. The publisher updated the article to include Trump and Zampolli's statements, as well as a statement that admitted "there was no support for the allegations". The statement, read out by solicitor John Kelly, of the law firm Harbottle and Lewis, added: " the article included statements that Mrs Trump denied the allegations and Paulo Zampolli, who ran the modelling agency, also denied the allegations and the article ...
  • No, You Won't See President Trump's Tax Returns Anytime Soon

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    Most of the demonstrations proved peaceful, but in Berkeley, Calif., police arrested 13 people and confiscated knives and makeshift weapons after fistfights broke out between Trump opponents and supporters. The marches were timed to coincide with the traditional mid-April deadline for USA federal tax returns, though the filing date was pushed back two days this year.
  • Thousands turn out for Trump's first Easter Egg Roll

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    Well Monday has finally arrived, and if social media's live tracking of the president's first White House Easter Egg Roll is any indication, the event's festivities offered journalists, political commentators, and Twitter's best and brightest plenty of comedy fodder.
  • Rain Chance through 9AM Monday

    Rain Chance through 9AM Monday

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    Behind that frontal boundary, temperatures will cool off into the mid-60s for Tuesday and Wednesday . On Monday night, there will also be a 60 percent chance of showers with a low hitting around the lower 50s. The weekend is not an easy forecast, as a stronger low-pressure system may try and bring some rain our way by later Saturday into Sunday . For the record, we just missed establishing a new record high by only a degree or two.
  • Lower Court Order on Execution Drug Reversed by AR Sup

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    Just before midnight , Justice Samuel Alito declined to lift the stay. Under Arkansas' protocol, executioners would administer 100 mg, or more than 11 times the typical dose, five minutes after the midazolam is administered and once the inmate is unconscious.
  • Two Killed by Louisiana Tornado

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    Sponsored Content: Why Governance, Risk and Compliance is Everyone's Business - Download the Executive Brief Today. The National Weather Service issued a rare "high risk" advisory for areas in northern Louisiana and eastern Texas, warning residents about the threat of severe weather.