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Suspected Florida school shooter to remain in jail after court appearance

A gunman who carried a shotgun in a guitar case and opened fire at a Florida high school has been denied bond during his first court appearance.

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Colin Kaepernick honored by Amnesty International for peaceful protest

Organization gives former San Francisco 49ers star ambassador of conscience award for kneeling at games to protest racial inequalityAmnesty International on Saturday honored Colin Kaepernick with its ambassador of conscience award for 2018, lauding the NF

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Texas teen's car stolen, totaled after he stops to help at crash scene

A Texas teen says his car was totaled after he stopped at an accident scene and it was stolen-- by the driver of the wrecked vehicle.

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Melania Trump, Clintons and Obamas attend funeral of Barbara Bush

Donald Trump will not attend service in HoustonJeb Bush, former Florida governor, to deliver eulogyAround 1,500 guests attended the largest Episcopal church in the US on Saturday, for the private funeral of Barbara Bush. The wife of the 41st president, Ge

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Trump attacks New York Times journalist over Michael Cohen article

Trump lashed out on Twitter after Maggie Haberman contributed to a story suggesting Cohen might cooperate with federal investigatorsDonald Trump lashed out on Saturday at the New York Times journalist Maggie Haberman, after she contributed to a story that

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Lobbyist retires early following Scott Pruitt condo scandal

J Steven Hart to step down early as chairman of lobbying firm after intense scrutiny of unusual rental agreement with EPA chiefThe fossil-fuels lobbyist tied to a bargain-priced Capitol Hill condo that was leased by Environmental Protection Agency chief S

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Missouri mother watched home burn down with her four sons inside: 'She lost everything'

Tina Brazil was heard screaming as her Lake Ozark, Mo., home caught fire killing her four children inside.

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Utah parents kill their 2 children before themselves after believing mom had terminal disease

A couple who recently moved from Switzerland to Utah planned a murder-suicide that left their family of four dead, buying sleeping pills and researching shootings, according to a police report on the investigation into the deaths that was released this we

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This Congressional Shake-Up Is Big News for Social Security

Each month, more than 62 million Americans count on Social Security as a guaranteed source of income. This article originally appeared in the Motley Fool. Nearly 70% of these beneficiaries are retired workers, and more than 3 out of 5 lean on their checks

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Medal of Honor going to airman killed in 2002 Afghanistan battle: report

An Air Force service member killed during a 2002 firefight between a U.S. special ops team and Al Qaeda fighters in Afghanistan will be awarded the Medal of Honor, according to a new report.

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Florida school resource officer hailed a hero after responding quickly to shooting that injured one student

Deputy Jimmy Long of the Marion County Sheriff’s Office was hailed a hero after he immediately jumped into action and detained the suspected gunman of a school shooting Friday that injured one student.

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Body camera footage shows police never got out of cruiser to check for Ohio teen crushed by minivan seat

Body camera footage from two police officers showed they never got out of the cruiser to check on Kyle Plush who died last week after being crushed by a minivan seat.

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Military vet sets out to make world's strongest bullet-proof vest

For Blake Waldrop, protecting law enforcement isn’t just a job – it’s a mission borne out of personal tragedy. The founder of RMA Armament, maker of bullet-proof vests, lost a friend in Iraq in 2005. Since then, the goal of the former Marine and pol

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The 'Bobby phenomenon': Netflix doc looks at Robert Kennedy's stellar political rise

Bobby Kennedy for President tracks how Kennedy asserted himself despite his brother’s shadow before he was assassinated in June 1968The year is 2020. With the US presidential election fast approaching, a leading contender for the Democratic nomination t

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U.S. student anti-gun activists to keep momentum alive over summer

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Leaders of the student-led anti-gun movement, who inspired classroom walkouts across the country on the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School massacre, say they plan to maintain their activism through the long summer break.

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The anti-democratic thinker inspiring America's Conservative elites | Hugo Drochon

In his new book, the Catholic writer Patrick Deneen launches an attack on pluralism – and the Conservative establishment is cheeringSince the election of Trump, writers of all stripes have been lining up to pen liberalism’s epitaph.On the left, the pe

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Bush family welcomes baby 2 days after Barbara Bush's death

The late Barbara Bush’s granddaughter Lauren Bush gave birth to a baby boy just two days after the former first lady’s passing.

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Fresno State prof blasts farmers as 'stupid' Trump supporters in video rife with F-bombs

A video posted online this week includes profanity-laced clips from past interviews and speeches by embattled, Bush-bashing Fresno State professor Randa Jarrar, in which she says supporters of President Donald Trump are "just f---ing stupid."

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Toxic Shock Syndrome Symptoms: Woman Given Last Rites Twice After Receiving Treatment

A woman in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, recently opened up about almost dying of toxic shock syndrome (TSS) in May 2017, so that no one has to go through her nightmarish experience.

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Comey Memos Follow Tradition Of J. Edgar Hoover Keeping Notes On Presidents

President Donald Trump allegedly asked FBI Director James Comey to drop the FBI’s investigation into Michael Flynn. President Franklin Roosevelt asked FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover to collect information on Americans who had committed no crimes.

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If people don’t know about the Holocaust, it’s because they don’t really care

Those who forget history are condemned to repeat it, the saying goesLast week, the rather striking results of a survey were published, which found that 41% of Americans and 66% of American millennials do not know what Auschwitz is. On the day the story ca

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Much of dynamite stolen from Pennsylvania construction site is recovered, ATF says

More than 350 pounds of dynamite stolen from a work site in Lancaster County, Pa., last weekend has been recovered, authorities said.

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Anthony Mele, Father Holding 5-Year-Old Daughter Stabbed To Death By Homeless Man

A man holding his five-year-old daughter was stabbed by a homeless man at a restaurant in Ventura, California, on Wednesday. Anthony Mele, 35, was having dinner at Aloha Steakhouse on the Ventura Promenade with his wife and daughter at 9:20 p.m. local tim

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Theft of $1.2M in fajitas results in 50-year prison sentence

A former juvenile justice department employee from Texas was sentenced Friday to 50 years in prison after being convicted of stealing $1.2 million in fajitas with county funds.

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Elena Ferrante: ‘God didn’t make a good impression on my teenage self’

I have no liking for the throne we have assigned ourselves by declaring that we are beloved children of God and lords of the universeWhen it comes to religion, I recognise myself in the three Marys, who, when they go to the grave and learn from an angel t

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What happened to winter? Vanishing ice convulses Alaskans' way of life

Arctic Dispatches, part 1: The past winter was the warmest on record in the Arctic, putting a lifestyle that has endured for millennia at risk: ‘The magnitude of change is utterly unprecedented’A few days before Christmas last year, Harry Brower, mayo

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Planned neo-Nazi rally has Atlanta-area city bracing for potential violence

A planned white nationalist rally and counter-protests set to kick off near Atlanta on Saturday have the community concerned -- even though officials have prepared additional security measures.

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Ex-U.S. presidents among mourners expected at Barbara Bush funeral

(Reuters) - Several former U.S. presidents and hundreds of mourners are expected to gather at a Houston church on Saturday for the funeral of former first lady Barbara Bush, who died on Tuesday at the age of 92.

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New York City Mayor Plans To Ban Cars On Central Park

According to a Daily News report on Friday, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is planning to ban cars in Central Park from June.

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Manhunt underway for murder defendant who fled courthouse before guilty verdict

A manhunt was underway early Saturday for a murder defendant who fled an Atlanta courthouse Friday before a guilty verdict was announced at his trial, authorities said.

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Vagrant fatally stabbed restaurant patron who was holding child, authorities say

A suspect described as a local vagrant was facing murder charges in Ventura, Calif., on Friday after he allegedly stabbed a 35-year-old father who was at a restaurant with his family, authorities said.

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California man charged for fatally stabbing dad with daughter on his lap, authorities say

A man in California was charged Friday after he allegedly stabbed a man who was at a restaurant with his family earlier in the week, authorities said.

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Barbara Bush's passion for education and family lives on

As Americans from the west coast to the east coast make their way to College Station, Texas and drive up the road to the George H.W. Bush Library & Museum, one of the first signs they see is the name of the road that leads up to the building-it's affectio

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