• About 2800 CCISD students took part in National School Walkout

    About 2800 CCISD students took part in National School Walkout

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    At Stoneman Douglas High, where a gunman massacred 17 people two months ago in Parkland, Florida, teachers got an early start, demonstrating outside the building before classes began. Additional students were expected to come with the BUS Project , an organization that provides transportation so people can better engage in politics.
  • YETI Responds to NRA: 'Facts Directly Contradict Inaccurate Statement'

    YETI Responds to NRA: 'Facts Directly Contradict Inaccurate Statement'

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    Hammer wrote that YETI and the NRA have worked together to raise money to support youth and education programs nationwide. YETI just issued a statement to the contrary. "That certainly is not sportsmanlike". "Nothing is further from the truth", YETI responded in a statement to Fox News. " They have declined to continue helping America's young people enjoy outdoor recreational activities ", Hammer said.
  • Deadly Bus Crash In North Korea Kills 36, Including 32 Chinese Tourists

    Deadly Bus Crash In North Korea Kills 36, Including 32 Chinese Tourists

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    In past failed deals, it agreed to give up its weapons program in exchange for aid, including fuel oil and alternative nuclear reactors, as well as security guarantees, which have included a US pledge not to attack or invade. Relations have improved markedly in recent months, driven by the Winter Olympics in the South, but the question remains whether Kim will promise any concrete steps towards dismantling his nuclear arsenal as demanded by Washington.
  • Canadian lynched in Peru over suspicion of killing indigenous traditional healer

    Canadian lynched in Peru over suspicion of killing indigenous traditional healer

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    Sebastian Woodroffe, of Vancouver Island, gave up his career as a professional diver and tree planter in 2013 and travelled to Peru in the hope that he could "fix the family spirit" after a relative became an alcoholic. Woodroffe had reportedly been to South America several times to study natural healing and plant remedies. "The plant medicine I have the opportunity of learning, is far deeper than ingesting a plant and being healed".
  • Missing Richmond girl found dead in suitcase

    Missing Richmond girl found dead in suitcase

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    Just three weeks earlier, the Richmond Police Department had asked for the public's help with locating Te'Myah and her 37-year-old father, Travis Plummer. The girl and her father had gone missing from Richmond, Virginia in March. At the time, Richmond Police detectives said they did not believe the father and daughter were in danger.
  • Flight records illuminate mystery of Trump's Moscow nights

    Flight records illuminate mystery of Trump's Moscow nights

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    Flight records show that Trump arrived in Moscow on early Friday morning, November 8, 2013. According to those memos, Trump told the then-FBI director that he never spent the night in Moscow during the trip. From Vnukovo airport, it's less than an hour's drive to the Ritz-Carlton hotel, where Trump stayed, according to the pageant's host, developer Aras Agalarov.
  • Alfie Evans granted Italian citizenship

    Alfie Evans granted Italian citizenship

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    He gave lawyers permission to release a recording of the hearing to the Press Association. The Vatican-owned Bambino Gesu hospital in Rome has offered to care for Alfie. At one point on Monday supporters of the family had attempted to storm Alder Hey. But as they ran towards the main doors a squad of police officers scrambled to block their way, forming a line to repel the intruders.
  • Iran pledges to destroy Israel within 25 years as tensions rise

    Iran pledges to destroy Israel within 25 years as tensions rise

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    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slammed Iran as violator of worldwide law and an instigator of regional violence, responding to similar accusations leveled by Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif against Israel. "I hope that we won't pay prices". Asked about the Iranian threats by reporters on Friday, Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman said Israel was fully prepared for a "multi-arena" conflict, referring to fire from both Gaza and Lebanon.
  • Tua Tagovailoa's brother, also a QB, is headed to Alabama, too

    Tua Tagovailoa's brother, also a QB, is headed to Alabama, too

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    Taulia held offers from Florida, Ole Miss, Michigan and Tennessee , among others. He announced his decision at Alabama's spring game. Hurts was benched and Tua came in to give the Crimson Tide a comeback victory. "It would be a good thing because I would get to get better and learn from him, especially from what he did this past season". "When I talk to coaches, I tell them I want to be my own person, and I just try to control what I can control and show it on the field".
  • Eagles in contact with White House about potential visit

    Eagles in contact with White House about potential visit

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    The revelation comes as the Eagles prepare to visit the White House, as is customary for Super Bowl champions. "We are honored to receive this invitation and view this not only as an opportunity to be recognized for our achievements, but also as an opportunity to engage in productive dialogue with the leaders of our country".
  • Enyimba seeded for group stage draw — CAF Confederation Cup

    Enyimba seeded for group stage draw — CAF Confederation Cup

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    The four teams seeded were picked base on their performance in the CAF competitions for the previous five seasons. The Moroccans impressed in qualifiers, scoring 10 goals against Nouadhibou of Mauritania and Zanaco of Zambia, and look the team to beat in the African equivalent of the Europa League.
  • As Nixon rallies for climate, Cuomo proposes plastic bag ban

    As Nixon rallies for climate, Cuomo proposes plastic bag ban

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    She said Cuomo's energy plan released on Friday was "rehashed" and doesn't differ much from his previous plan. "This is not fossil fuel disinvestment by any stretch of the imagination", Nixon said. "That's what we need to do in industrial states like NY". The governor did not address the protesters, who marched to the Capitol. "The state is behind the curve here, it's time to put our planet first".