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U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton dismissed the case against the pardon with prejudice, meaning the plaintiffs can not refile. Much of Bolton's 14 page ruling on Wednesday was focused on why she found Arpaio guilty in the first place. Arpaio was convicted on July 31 after a four-day bench trial in June, which hinged on the wording of the court order Snow issued on December 23, 2011.
  • Las Vegas shooting: What do we know about Marilou Danley?

    Las Vegas shooting: What do we know about Marilou Danley?

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    Investigators found a computer and 23 guns in Paddock's hotel room. He also announced that the count of people injured in the attack was lower than initially stated - 489, not 527 - due to confusion at hospitals. history. Drapes billow out of broken windows at the Mandalay Bay resort and casino, October 2, 2017, on the Las Vegas Strip following a deadly shooting at a music festival in Las Vegas .
  • Egypt Destroys North Korea Shipment of Anti-Tank Missiles, Denying Involvement

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    A United Nations report into the incident uncovered a shocking link between North Korean state and Egypt , despite an worldwide embargo on the pariah Asian state following a series of nuclear and missile tests. At first, the U.S. intelligence warned Egyptians that a North Korean crew and unknown cargo shrouded by heavy tarp was heading to an unknown destination.
  • Las Vegas police release body camera footage from mass shooting

    Las Vegas police release body camera footage from mass shooting

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    Eric Paddock, who is now residing in Orlando, spoke about his brother Stephen Paddock and said he was "shocked" about what police say his brother did. One Mandalay Bay security guard, who had become separated from police, was shot in the leg through the door of Paddock's room when he approached, Lombardo said.
  • Three US Army special operations commandos killed in Niger

    Three US Army special operations commandos killed in Niger

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    Commander Anthony Falvo, a spokesman for U.S. Africa Command. Namatta Abubacar, an official for the region of Tillaberi in Niger, said five Nigerien soldiers were among the dead. casualties. The US troops were part of a team advising and assisting local forces when they were attacked. "The emphasis. will now shift south", he said.
  • Donald Trump threw paper towels like a basketball to Puerto Ricans

    Donald Trump threw paper towels like a basketball to Puerto Ricans

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    The president's five-hour-long trip to the island drew mixed responses from USA and Puerto Rican politicians. He had accused her of "poor leadership" after she said the Trump administration was "killing us with the inefficiency". One part of President Donald Trump's Tuesday trip to Puerto Rico that got a lot of attention was video footage of the president handing out supplies to hurricane victims.
  • San Juan Mayor Wears 'Nasty' T-Shirt In TV Interview

    San Juan Mayor Wears 'Nasty' T-Shirt In TV Interview

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    To which San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz responded: "Damn it, this is not a good news story". On a CNN segment Friday night, Cruz had urged the Trump administration to do more during this time of enormous need in Puerto Rico . Of that, $13bn would be for hurricane victims in Puerto Rico , Florida and Texas, while the other $16bn would be for the government-backed flood insurance programme.
  • As final DACA renewal deadline looms, advocacy group rallies

    As final DACA renewal deadline looms, advocacy group rallies

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    But the Trump administration has signaled it is willing to separate border wall and DACA discussions. President Donald Trump called on Congress to enact a law to protect DACA recipients , and last month angered some of his fellow Republicans by negotiating with congressional Democratic leaders on possible legislation.
  • Ex-Presidents to Attend Texas Concert for Hurricane Relief

    Ex-Presidents to Attend Texas Concert for Hurricane Relief

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    The event , titled "Deep from the Heart: The One America Appeal ", is part of an effort launched by the former presidents last month. Lee Greenwood will emcee the event, and according to the library's CEO, David Jones, "100 cents of every dollar [raised] through tickets sales" will be distributed to "designated hurricane recovery funds".
  • Couple kept disabled woman in shed, sold her for sex

    Couple kept disabled woman in shed, sold her for sex

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    Byers told CNN that she lived next door to George, 30, and Welch, 38, for about five years - and that she talked to them often. According to WDIV-TV, George is being held on $75,000 bail after she was charged with human trafficking for forced labor, using a computer to commit a crime and accepting earnings from prostitution.
  • Syria's militant ex-Qaeda group denies leader injured in Russian strike

    Syria's militant ex-Qaeda group denies leader injured in Russian strike

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    Lavrov pointed out that despite the efforts being taken oil trade earned the Islamic State $200 million-$250 million a year ago alone. "As a result of the strike, Jabhat al-Nusra leader Abu Mohammad Juliani received multiple heavy fragmentation wounds and, having lost his hand, is in critical condition, according to several independent sources", Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Maj.
  • New Gerrymandering Suit Challenges PA Maps In Federal Court

    New Gerrymandering Suit Challenges PA Maps In Federal Court

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    That's what's happened in recent months with laws passed in North Carolina to gerrymander districts with boundaries that, as the court said, "target African-Americans with nearly surgical precision". Part of the problem, he argued, is the fact that modern day technology has allowed better map-drawing that has "wrested power from voters". Legislators use two main strategies to gerrymander districts: packing and cracking.
  • After Vegas attack, Republicans put gun silencer bill on hold

    After Vegas attack, Republicans put gun silencer bill on hold

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    The Vermont senator concluded: "It is long past time for Congress to take action on gun safety to save innocent lives". "Another day marred by senseless violence". That's why within hours of the awful shooting in Las Vegas that left at least 58 dead and more than 500 injured, before it was clear what weapons the gunman used to massacre concertgoers, Hillary Clinton was tweeting about silencers.
  • Democrats Introduce Bump Stock Ban Bill

    Democrats Introduce Bump Stock Ban Bill

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    The effort to ban bump stocks gained steam Wednesday, however, after Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn (R-Texas) also said Congress ought to hold a hearing to examine bump stocks . President Trump said Tuesday that it was not the time for a political debate on gun control in the wake of the shooting, which killed 59 people and injured more than 500 others.