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Marfa Sans had a steady second half of her round as she recorded four birdies over her final 11 holes and parred the other seven. No. 9 Texas Tech holds third place at 296 (+8), and No.1 UCLA and No. The leaderboard shows Mercyhurst University in first place with a team score of 298, followed by Dominican with 300 (+12). Soo started off the day strong after sinking back-to-back birdies on the first two holes.
  • Appeals court set to hear arguments on Trump's revised travel ban

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    Meanwhile, a group of 12 state attorneys general and the governor of MS argued that the action is not a "pretext for religious discrimination" and should be allowed to take effect. That means 10 of the 13 judges that will hear Monday's case were appointed by Democrats. Yet in this case, the judges on the 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals decided it should be heard by the full court - otherwise known as "en banc" - in the first instance.
  • Seahawks claim Mike Davis off waivers from 49ers

    Seahawks claim Mike Davis off waivers from 49ers

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    Davis was a member of the 49ers until they dropped him from their roster late last week. Davis finishes his 49ers career with 54 carries for 108 yards and one touchdown in 14 games played over two seasons. The team drafted bullish Chris Carson from Oklahoma State in the seventh round this month, then re-signed fullback Brandon Cottom. Improving on those totals with the Seahawks is going to require Davis to beat out a deep group of running backs already on hand in Seattle.
  • Aaron Juan Saucedo arrested in Phoenix serial killings

    Aaron Juan Saucedo arrested in Phoenix serial killings

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    He faces 26 felony counts of homicide, aggravated assault and drive-by-shooting related to 12 attacks, which took place between August 2015 and July 2016. He has filed a lawsuit against state officials. Ultimately, it wasn't a match, police said on Monday. During Monday's announcement that police had arrested Aaron Saucedo for the 2016 Serial Street Shootings, Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams added three shootings to the case.
  • Collins: 'The Senate is starting from scratch' on healthcare

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    Eager to check off a top campaign promise, Trump sought Sunday to pressure Senate Republicans on the issue. He supported Medicaid expansion in his state and called the House bill "woefully short on the necessary resources to maintain health care for our nation's most vulnerable citizens".
  • Trump's second choice for Army secretary withdraws

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    The American Military Partner Association, which bills itself as the nation's largest non-profit organization of LGBT military and veteran families, released a statement on Green's withdrawal. Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., a former Army helicopter pilot, tweeted after Green announced his withdrawal that while she respects his service "he is not fit to lead the Army&made the right decision to withdraw his name frm consideration".
  • Obama Warned Trump Against Hiring Flynn in Oval Office Meeting After Election

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    Yates, citing the classified nature of how the communications were obtained, declined to elaborate on the intercepts. Trump didn't accept Obama's advice, and hired Flynn as his National Security Adviser anyway, but it took him only three and a half weeks to regret that decision, mostly because of Flynn's involvement in the Russian Federation investigation.
  • Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Signs Bill Banning Sanctuary Cities

    Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Signs Bill Banning Sanctuary Cities

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    Texas Governor Greg Abbott has signed a bill that would ban sanctuary cities in the U.S. state, the media reported . Before signing the bill into law on Sunday night, Abbott took another swipe at the new Travis County sheriff who changed that county's policy of cooperating with requests from U.S.
  • Plane owned by Milwaukee-based company crashes in West Virginia

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    The airport is just north of Charleston, West Virginia. Plante told ABC News that the airplane was a Short Brothers 330 model. The National Transportation Security Board has been called to investigate the cause of the crash. Galyon says you couldn't hear the plane's engine in the distance; instead it was silent. It wasn't immediately clear whether additional injuries have been reported.
  • Democratic Senator May Defy Party to Vote for AHCA

    Democratic Senator May Defy Party to Vote for AHCA

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    States are allowed to ask for waivers to allow insurance companies to not protect those people. The House bill, passed 217-213, would end the health care law's fines on people who don't purchase policies and erase its taxes on health industry businesses and higher-earning people.
  • FCC website hit by attacks after 'net neutrality' proposal

    FCC website hit by attacks after 'net neutrality' proposal

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    Comments generated by DearFCC are mostly boilerplate, and start with "The FCC should stand up for Internet users by safeguarding net neutrality". The FCC will vote on Pai's proposal to repeal existing regulations later this month and there will be a final vote at the end of the year.
  • Cop Who Shot Texas Teen Turns Himself In

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    They said the teenager only found out his brother had been killed when he was released on Sunday morning. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez). Supporters light candles during a vigil for 15-year-old Jordan Edwards in Balch Springs, Texas, Thursday, May 4, 2017.