• Middle school lockdown; gun confiscated

    Middle school lockdown; gun confiscated

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    Hendricks said at no time were any of the students at Pass Middle School in actual danger. While investigating that case, police were made aware of another school threat that had occurred Monday. "They had a few students who were playing outside [who] reported that they saw somebody in the bushes near the school who looked suspicious", Sylven said.
  • Trump brings up death penalty for drug dealers

    Trump brings up death penalty for drug dealers

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    Mrs. Trump said the administration's work plan is divided into three buckets - prevention, treatment, and recovery - and that her personal focus will be on young mothers and their babies, who might be born with opioid withdrawal symptoms.
  • Texas university baseball coach won't recruit Colorado because of marijuana laws

    Texas university baseball coach won't recruit Colorado because of marijuana laws

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    That former coach's name is Mike Jeffcoat, and he spent ten years as an Major League Baseball pitcher before joining Texas Wesleyan's athletic department in 2002. I am just sad he couldn't take a chance on me'. "Thanks for interest in our program". The university is investigating the situation and said it does not condone discrimination of any kind, including "the political legislation of one's home state".
  • Australia three down as Warner falls on stroke of lunch

    Australia three down as Warner falls on stroke of lunch

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    It's a summer that started brightly, but has quickly faded as India dominated, and if the season is to be deemed a success, then the South Africans have to do something a couple of generations of great cricketers failed to do. Within a few days he had to fly across the world, get over jet lag, and switch formats. That I'm getting forward and getting back and playing the way that I do and that's seeing the ball, hitting the ball.
  • Senate Intel Committee Finds House Intel GOPers Leaked Warner Texts

    Senate Intel Committee Finds House Intel GOPers Leaked Warner Texts

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    Richard Burr rejected The New York Times' version of events in comments to CNN's Manu Raju: "Burr flatly denies report that his panel has concluded that Nunes/House Rs behind leak of Warner texts", Raju tweeted . Taken together, the actions suggested a pattern of partisanship and unilateral action by the once-bipartisan House panel. In a statement provided to the Times , Nunes' camp didn't deny leaking the texts to Fox News .
  • Total voters' turnout in Meghalaya recorded at 84.86 percent

    Total voters' turnout in Meghalaya recorded at 84.86 percent

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    In Nagaland too elections were held for 59 seats out of 60 seats after National Democratic Political Party (NDPP) candidate and former chief minister Neiphiu Rio was elected unopposed from Northern Angami-II seat. The highest turnout was recorded at Mookaiaw constituency where 93.21 per cent voters exercised their franchise, and the least was registered in North Shillong which witnessed 60.79 per cent polling, he said.
  • White House denies security adviser HR McMaster is departing

    White House denies security adviser HR McMaster is departing

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    The White House on Thursday pushed back on a new report that national security adviser H.R. McMaster could be replaced as soon as this month, but stopped short of issuing an outright denial. But National Security Council spokesman Michael Anton suggested Trump emphatically denied the report. Trump has repeatedly clashed with McMaster, a respected three-star general.
  • Students plan to keep up pressure until gun laws change

    Students plan to keep up pressure until gun laws change

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    Little said an investigation found the student brought the gun from home for protection outside of school. The school has an established policy for handling unexcused absences, she added, and the penalty for students who walkout will not be stronger than the response to any other unexcused absence.
  • US NAFTA negotiator for autos called to DC for consultations in Mexico

    US NAFTA negotiator for autos called to DC for consultations in Mexico

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    Mexico's economy minister met with top USA trade officials on Wednesday midway through the latest push to renegotiate the NAFTA trade deal, as concerns about steel added to trade tensions between the two countries. However, a senior USA official said over the weekend that plan had been postponed after a phone call between the two soured over the wall earlier this month.
  • Rev. Billy Graham departs Capitol

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    Graham's casket laid in repose in the Rotunda at the US Capitol on Wednesday. Graham is the first religious leader and only the fourth private citizen to be granted the Capitol Rotunda honor, which traditionally accommodated military officers or elected public officials.
  • Family Company Got Loans After Kushner Met With Businesses At WH

    Family Company Got Loans After Kushner Met With Businesses At WH

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    The security clearance of White House senior adviser and presidential son-inlaw Jared Kushner has been downgraded , significantly reducing his access to classified information, according to two people informed of the decision. Kushner's legal problems and the reports of the Kushner family's real estate company causing his security clearance downgrade , both Trump and his staff have been frustrated.
  • Egypt's Sisi says offense to army, police equals high treason

    Egypt's Sisi says offense to army, police equals high treason

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    It confirmed that two army officers were killed during the shootout with militants, and a low-ranking army officer was injured. "If someone insults the army or police they're defaming all Egyptians and that's not freedom of opinion", he said during a visit to the town of Alamein.