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Police, who responded to the accident at around 8:45 p.m., said Skylar and her mother were 23rd Avenue in the crosswalk when the truck made a right-hand turn onto 23rd from 94th Street and hit the baby. Guerrero said the baby was bleeding heavily and the driver was distraught when he realized he had injured someone. "And she screams that you know, like, 'My baby!" "The woman was screaming and going insane", witness Leo Guerrero said.
  • Trump Campaign Chair Caught in Motel Room with Teen Boy

    Trump Campaign Chair Caught in Motel Room with Teen Boy

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    The state senate this afternoon voted to suspend Shortey from his committee roles, before any charges are filed. Shortey initially told officers there was "no one other than him inside the room", but the teenager later came out after officers said they were going to enter the room with a master key from management, police reported .
  • Two Detroit police officers shot, suspect taken into custody

    Two Detroit police officers shot, suspect taken into custody

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    Rose's shooting happened just a mile from the shooting that occurred Wednesday night. They were questioning a person when the suspect started making furtive movements, then pulled out a gun and fired several shots. But, "We are not ruling him out", said Craig. We have been told Police Chief James Craig will be addressing the media shortly. A rush was ordered for testing at the Michigan State Police crime lab to compare bullets recovered.
  • Colorado judge John Kane testifies in support of Neil Gorsuch

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    Bennet's spokeswoman wasn't ready to say anything on the record Thursday. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, previously an independent but now a Democrat, has said he also opposes Gorsuch's confirmation, CNN reports . " If Judge Gorsuch can't achieve 60 votes in the Senate, could any judge appointed by a Republican president be approved with 60 or more votes in the Senate? ".
  • Neil Gorsuch's originalism has to evolve

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    Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer announced Thursday morning that he will try to lead fellow Senate Democrats to block an up-or-down vote on the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. "I don't believe that Judge Gorsuch, and his judicial approach, would ensure fairness for families in Pennsylvania, and I won't support his nomination", Casey told reporters on a conference call today.
  • Scripps Networks confirms 'Fixer Upper' spin-off starring Joanna Gaines

    Scripps Networks confirms 'Fixer Upper' spin-off starring Joanna Gaines

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    All this talk about Beauty and the Beast has taken away from the true fairytale of our time: Chip and Joanna Gaines . Good news for people who love shows about shows starring married couples who remodel homes in Waco. Tuesday after the season four finale of Fixer Upper on HGTV. We get a lot of questions about the designs and what goes on [during] Fixer Upper and how we get from point A to Z when it comes to these houses and these projects from a design standpoint.
  • USA Hockey, women's players meet in Philadelphia

    USA Hockey, women's players meet in Philadelphia

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    Women's National Team compete at the world championships. Fischer did say "we just want to get to an end game that's good for everyone". "Unfortunately it didn't happen". They also note that USA Hockey only provides support for the six-months surrounding the Olympics, and nothing for the remaining three years where the players are expected to remain competitive.
  • Trump Ag Secretary Pick Finally gets Confirmation Hearing

    Trump Ag Secretary Pick Finally gets Confirmation Hearing

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    When Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy argued that dairy farmers, like sheep farmers, should be allowed year-round visas for guest workers, Perdue said, "There is a need, obviously", and added, "I believe dairy qualifies for that as well". But both women aired concerns in the hearing, with Stabenow saying "it's clear that rural America has been an afterthought" in the Trump administration.
  • Rural California Counties Could Be Hit Hard Under Obamacare Repeal

    Rural California Counties Could Be Hit Hard Under Obamacare Repeal

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    Observers believe this is a "poison pill" proposal that gives them political cover to vote No. "All of those V.A. scandals are actually an illustration of exactly the kind of thing you'd worry about with a single-payer system where you would only have one place to get your care", Cass says.
  • White House says Patriots will visit in April

    White House says Patriots will visit in April

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    It's been a tradition for presidents to meet with teams that are coming off championships, both in the college and professional ranks. Tight end Martellus Bennett , defensive end Chris Long , safety Devin McCourty and running back LeGarrette Blount cited political reasons.
  • Sen. Casey says he won't vote for Gorsuch

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    Democrats are still fuming after President Barack Obama's Supreme Court nominee, Judge Merrick Garland, didn't get a hearing throughout 2016. Schumer said in remarks on the Senate floor on Thursday that he would vote against Gorsuch and urged his Democratic colleagues to support a filibuster of the nomination.
  • Democrats have landed on a new excuse to obstruct Neil Gorsuch

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    On Thursday, Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer announced that he would oppose Gorsuch's confirmation and that President Donald Trump's nominee would face a cloture vote. "It's to change the nominee". "My vote will be 'no.' And I urge my colleagues to do the same", Schumer said on the Senate floor Thursday morning. Today, White House press secretary Sean Spicer called on Schumer to back down from the threat to filibuster Gorsuch.