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Her speech-as well as her introduction by university officials-was interrupted multiple times by thunderous objection from the crowd of graduates, many of whom also voiced their anger on the university's Facebook page in the days prior.
  • CNN Host: Ann Coulter's 'Hate Speech' Threatened Student Safety

    CNN Host: Ann Coulter's 'Hate Speech' Threatened Student Safety

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    Others, from the political right, also showed up, holding pro-Trump signs, waving American flags, in some cases wearing helmets and other improvised riot gear. University officials said the Berkeley College Republicans erred by inviting Coulter without notifying campus officials in advance, as is required of all student groups, and by failing to submit to a "security assessment" to determine a suitable time and place for the event.
  • 3 dead, 9 hurt in crash at auto auction

    3 dead, 9 hurt in crash at auto auction

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    A witness told WCVB-TV that cars were lined up on the auction block when one vehicle suddenly accelerated. Massachusetts State Police say there is no evidence that Wednesday morning's crash inside the LynnWay Auto Auction in Billerica (bill-RICK'-uh) was intentional.
  • Frat member told 911: 'We have a friend who's unconscious'

    Frat member told 911: 'We have a friend who's unconscious'

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    Ten other fraternity members who face more serious charges were arraigned Friday. According to the report, Piazza, adhering to his responsibilities as a new pledge, got dangerously drunk and wound up falling down a flight of stairs, which did not escape the notice of his brothers-to-be: nearly 11 hours before a fraternity member called 911 the following morning, several brothers were already chatting about the incident over group text.
  • Mulvaney Says Frustration Made Trump Threaten Shutdown

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    The House will vote on the bill today (May 3) and it is expected to pass there and the Senate before being signed by the president this week. After Congress made a decision to move forward with a spending plan that doesn't include cash for President Donald Trump's border wall, the leader of the free world took his frustrations out the best way he knew how: on Twitter, of course.
  • Comey sought more Russia probe resources before firing

    Comey sought more Russia probe resources before firing

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    Texas House Republicans have been mostly silent on the matter, as they have been on most issues related to the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential and Congressional elections. FILE - Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr, R-N.C., and other lawmakers return to their offices on Capitol Hill in Washington , March 2, 2017, after votes to confirm two of President Donald Trump's Cabinet picks.
  • No radiation reported after collapse of plutonium plant tunnel in Washington

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    Tom Carpenter, the executive director with watchdog organization Hanford Challenge who has spoken with workers at the site since the incident, called the tunnel collapse worrisome and said the evacuation was the correct call. Access to the affected area, which is located in the center of the Hanford Site, has been restricted to protect employees. The PUREX facility, once used to extract plutonium from spent nuclear fuel, has been idle for years but remains "highly contaminated", the agency ...
  • Two dead at Texas's North Lake College shooting

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    Active shooter at Northlake College - avoid the area. The Irving Independent School District says nearby Singley Academy and MacArthur High School are also under lockdown, but there are no known threats to either campus. The college tweeted at 12:43 p.m. (ET) there is an "Intruder-Lockdown" with a "stway away" order for people not on the campus in Irving. The school northwest of Dallas was closed for the rest of the day and will remain closed Thursday.
  • James Comey asked to testify before Senate Intelligence Committee

    James Comey asked to testify before Senate Intelligence Committee

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    Trust in the White House's version of events, as explained by lawmakers and Trump's surrogates, has relied heavily on trust in Rosenstein, who was just confirmed by the Senate in a 94-6 vote last month. Senate Intelligence Chairman Richard Burr , R-North Carolina, and Democratic Sen. Trump, for his part, praised Comey in October after the director sent the letter on the email probe to Congress.
  • BLM methane rule could suppress American energy renaissance, harm consumers — API

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    On May 10, brought up the repeal of a Bureau of Land Management (BLM) rule on methane emissions under the Congressional Review Act up for a floor vote. "There's a better way". "IPAA looks forward to working with the Interior Department on a targeted, meaningful solution", Russell said. Sen. John Barrasso (R., Wyo.) said he would be calling on Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to withdraw the rule.