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US builds drone base in Niger, crossroads of extremism fight

On the scorching edge of the Sahara Desert, the U.S. Air Force is building a base for armed drones, the newest front in America's battle against the growing extremist threat in Africa's vast Sahel region.

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Professor who tweeted anti-Barbara Bush comment applauded at arts festival

The embattled Fresno State professor was hailed by a local literary community on Saturday and received backing from civil right groups and another Fresno professor who was demoted over controversial anti-Trump remarks.

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Nashville schools on 'lock-out' mode as manhunt intensifies for Waffle House shooting suspect

Nashville public schools are going into "lock-out" mode on Monday as authorities intensify the search for a gunman who police said opened fire in a Waffle House restaurant early Sunday, killing four before a customer wrestled the weapon away.

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Hundreds attend memorial service for CDC worker found dead

Over 500 people attended the memorial service of a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention employee whose body was found in an Atlanta river after he mysteriously disappeared.

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Yeti Coolers Cuts Ties With NRA, Several Gun Enthusiasts Announce Products’ Boycott

Another company announced its decision to cut ties to the National Rifle Association, and the NRA and several gun owners reacted by criticizing Yeti Coolers for its decision, saying it “isn’t sportsmanlike” and calling for a boycott of the company

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North Korea Accident: Tour Bus Crash Kills Over 30 Chinese Tourists Reportedly

A deadly tour bus accident in North Korea on Sunday resulted in numerous casualties that included Chinese tourists, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China (FMPRC) confirmed on their website.  In the report, FMPRC said that the

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Police: Man shot 5, including officer, during 'crime spree'

The New Orleans police chief says a man shot and injured five people, including an officer.

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New lynching memorial offers chance to remember, heal

Elmore Bolling defied the odds against black men and built several successful businesses during the harsh era of Jim Crow segregation in the South.

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Gina Haspel's CIA appointment will delight torturers around the globe

Trump’s support for torture and Haspel’s reputation for allegedly overseeing it can cause untold human damageDonald Trump’s nominee to become the next director of the CIA has ignited great moral anguish in the US, but from Bangkok to London and beyo

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Waffle House suspect still being sought; residents on alert

Police are warning residents of a Nashville neighborhood to watch out for a suspect in a Waffle House restaurant shooting that killed four people.

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Travis Reinking, Tennessee Waffle House Shooting Accused, Earlier Arrested Outside White House

On Sunday night, authorities were still searching for a 29-year-old suspect accused of carrying out a fatal shooting Sunday morning at a Waffle House in Antioch, Tennessee. Police officials issued a murder warrant for the suspect late Sunday evening, ide

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Florida authorities use dead man's finger in attempt to unlock phone

Florida authorities went to a funeral home and used a dead man’s finger to try to unlock his cellphone as part of an investigation, a report said Sunday.

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Man who snatched AR-15 from gunman: 'It was life or death'

The man who snatched an AR-15 rifle from a gunman at a busy Tennessee restaurant says his was a "selfish" act of self-preservation and he doesn't consider himself a hero.

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Woman who married her birth father is laid to rest, along with their baby, after shocking murders

What started out as a joyful reunion of a young woman with her birth parents soon turned sour, then shocking, and finally deadly.

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'Protecting our democracy': DNC chair defends suit against Trump and Russia

Tom Perez: DNC can ‘walk and chew gum’ before the midtermsDemocratic party sues Russia, WikiLeaks and TrumpChairman Tom Perez on Sunday defended the Democratic National Committee’s decision to sue Russia, WikiLeaks and the Trump campaign over Russia

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Waffle House shooting suspect may have 2 guns, was arrested near White House in 2017, police say

The man suspected of killing four people in a half-naked shooting rampage inside a Waffle House in Nashville may be carrying two guns as he evades police -- and was arrested by Secret Service last summer for being in a restricted area near the White House

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4 presidents come together for Barbara Bush

A touching photograph of several generations of presidents paying tribute to the late Barbara Bush is being warmly and widely circulated on social media.

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Police: Man fires 121 rounds into hunting cabin, later dies

State police say a man believed to have fired scores of rounds into a Pennsylvania hunting cabin before fleeing has been found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

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Prosecutors say terror suspect doesn't qualify for immunity

Federal prosecutors say a former California college student charged with providing material support for a terrorist group isn't entitled to the sort of immunity that often applies to soldiers in national armies during wartime.

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Chicago police spot 'elderly' woman pushing another woman's body in shopping cart

An elderly woman was found pushing a shopping cart with another woman's dead body inside on the South Side of Chicago Saturday night, police said.

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Trump aide urges Congress to pare back bipartisan spending deal

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Congress needs to consider rolling back the spending deal that U.S. Republicans brokered with Democrats last month, because lawmakers voted to enact the $1.3 trillion legislation without reading it, an aide to President Donald Trump

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New York City cops save tourist, 83, who suffered heart attack while celebrating wedding anniversary

Several New York City police officers sprang into action on Friday and saved a tourist who suffered a heart attack while celebrating his 60th wedding anniversary in Times Square.

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'Tyrannical' judge told 'not to return' after she berates defendant who died three days later

A Florida judge was relieved of her duties Friday after berating a woman in a wheelchair who was having trouble breathing due to two medical conditions—the woman, who had trouble obtaining her medication while in custody, died at home three days later.

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