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Kusher, 36, who is Trump's son- in-law, was invited by Gen. Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, "on behalf of the president to express the president's support and commitment to the government of Iraq and USA personnel", Capt.
  • Missouri auditor criticizes transportation-related districts

    Missouri auditor criticizes transportation-related districts

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    The Department of Revenue collects roughly $70 million a year in sales taxes from TDDs, then remits the taxes to the development districts. The Missouri Auditor's Office has released the findings of its investigation into the state's transportation development districts.
  • Wells Fargo board's report is too kind to itself

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    Even though it took until September 2016 for the public to learn of the Wells Fargo scandal - up to 2 million fake accounts and 5,300 fired between 2011 and 2015 - the behavior was going on for much, much longer. Wells Fargo & Company has 5,003,367,000 shares in issue which have a share price of 53.59 giving Wells Fargo & Company a market capitalisation of 268.13B United States dollars.
  • Troopers: Tow truck driver falls to death from I-95 overpass

    Troopers: Tow truck driver falls to death from I-95 overpass

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    Three southbound lanes of I-95 remain closed as an investigation continues and crews try to upright the truck. The Florida Highway Patrol said a person who fell from the overpass has died. State troopers said the crash happened shortly before 6am when the truck driver was trying to make a U-turn on the ramp. This story has been corrected to say a tow truck worker was killed, not the tow truck driver.
  • Despite Republican scandals Alabama solidly red, for now

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    Robert Bentley on Monday, April 10, 2017. Bentley and Mason both initially denied their affair - and Bentley frequently denied allegations that he spent tax dollars and abused his office to hide the illicit relationship with Mason, a married mother of three.
  • Robert Bentley Resigns To Avoid Impeachment

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    Furthermore he was sentenced to a year's probation, 100 hours of community service and required to return almost $40,000 from a campaign account to the Alabama state treasury. On the night of his re-election in the 2014 gubernatorial race, Bentley was allegedly convinced that his opponent had a copy of the recording and told Alabama Law Enforcement Secretary Spencer Collier to travel to Greenville to retrieve it.
  • Flood Warning issued for 2 counties as storms move through Houston area

    Flood Warning issued for 2 counties as storms move through Houston area

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    A Flood Watch has been issued for parts of western MA along the Connecticut River through Friday. The warning was slated to begin late Saturday night and to remain in effect until Friday, April 14. The Flood Warning along the Red Cedar River in East Lansing is in effect until Tuesday afternoon. According to NWS, high-pressure system will dominate the weather across southern MI through Wednesday evening and to expect light precipitation, about a quarter inch or less, on Thursday.
  • Memorial at site of San Bernardino school shooting grows

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    Added San Bernardino City Unified Superintendent Dale Marsden , "He's up and watching cartoons". Once Anderson entered the classroom, he pulled out a long-caliber revolver and opened fire "without saying anything", killing Smith, KTLA reoprts .
  • Manhunt Underway for Wisconsin Gun Thief Who Mailed Manifesto to Trump

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    As if a heavily armed fugitive wasn't enough of a headache for authorities, Jakubowski also allegedly mailed a 161-page "anti-government, anti-religious" manifesto to Donald Trump. Jakubowski in New Lisbon has been called off. A Monday report from NBC News disclosed that "authorities...were increasing security presence at local churches because of "anti-religion sentiment" contained within a 160-page manifesto".
  • State Patrol trooper killed in Sauk Co. crash

    State Patrol trooper killed in Sauk Co. crash

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    The Sauk County Sheriff's Office stated that Borostowski lost control of the vehicle about one mile later, went off the road and entered the south ditch before slamming into a tree. "He wanted to serve his country", said the trooper's aunt, Mary Inhoff said. "He was always there for you if you needed him", she said. "Obviously we are very sad about that", Walker said.