• Florida woman gives birth to child fathered by 11-year-old: deputies
Florida woman gives birth to child fathered by 11-year-old: deputies

Mowry became pregnant and gave birth in October 2014. The child's birth comes after Mowry and her victim had sex in Hillsborough County in January 2014. WFTS reports Mowry was arrested following the completion of an investigation. Mowry was arrested Tuesday afternoon without incident, charged with sexual battery and transported to the H...

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  • Radio Club holds a 24 hour field exercise
Radio Club holds a 24 hour field exercise

Winona Ham Radio enthusiasts gathered on Saturday for the annual Field Day at Wincrest Park, and spent a day experimenting with electronics in a communication trailer. He says they provide a back-up network of communications in times of emergencies. Ham radio operators work in conjunction with first responders supplying needed critical informat...

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  • Sears to close another 20 stores
Sears to close another 20 stores

Two Sears and Sears Auto Center locations in Northeast Ohio will close their doors in what the company is calling "a hard, but necessary decision". Kmart stores in Clementon, East Brunswick, Manahawkin, Mantua, Pleasantville and Rio Grande closed this year. An auto center at the Galewood Sears will close in late July.

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  • Family urges calm after Milwaukee ex-cop's acquittal
Family urges calm after Milwaukee ex-cop's acquittal

A jury cleared a former black Milwaukee police officer of all charges in connection to his shooting of a black man Wednesday. During the foot chase, prosecutors claimed , Smith threw his gun over a fence and was defenseless when the officer shot him.

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  • Wife: Man who shot congressman wanted to work on tax policy
Wife: Man who shot congressman wanted to work on tax policy

Louis. Hodgkinson was spotted regularly over the past several weeks at the YMCA next to the site of the shooting , sitting with a computer in the lobby or at a table in an exercise area that looked out onto the baseball field. Apparently, Hodgkinson failed to recognize Rep. Duncan or lost the nerve to confront him, but thankfully the Clinton, SC...

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  • DACA to Remain in Effect, DAPA Rescinded by Trump Administration
DACA to Remain in Effect, DAPA Rescinded by Trump Administration

Some had feared applying for the program, or renewing their status, because of President Donald Trump's campaign pledge to "immediately terminate" it. DAPA would have affected as many as four million people by some estimates, those with US-born children who were in the country before 2010. They would have been kept safe from deportation and provi...

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  • 'Not specified' gender option set for OR driver licenses
'Not specified' gender option set for OR driver licenses

The rule was inspired by Portland resident Jamie Shupe , an army veteran who became the first American to legally change their gender to non-binary, thanks to a ruling by an OR circuit court previous year. My gender identity has never been male, but I feel like I have to own up to my male biology. Several countries, including Canada, India, Aust...

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  • Trump's speech in Miami is bad news for your Friday commute
Trump's speech in Miami is bad news for your Friday commute

Just between January and May 2017, USA travelers to Cuba who were not of Cuban origin was 284,565, while the number of Cuban Americans was 166,455. When Obama finally went forward with a limited opening, he was doing more to end the isolation of the US than of Cuba.

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  • Jurors in manslaughter trial of Minnesota cop review videos
Jurors in manslaughter trial of Minnesota cop review videos

Yanez, 29, has been charged with second-degree manslaughter and two counts of reckless discharge of a firearm in the shooting of 32-year-old Castile on July 6, 2016, in Falcon Heights, Minn. The Minnesota officer facing manslaughter charges for fatally shooting Philando Castile claimed he "had no choice" when he testified to jurors Friday.

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  • BDE: Israeli Killed In NYC 'Citi Bike' Accident
BDE: Israeli Killed In NYC 'Citi Bike' Accident

The 52-year-old bus driver remained on the scene, police said. As part of the city's Vision Zero campaign, it is reported that four people were killed on bicycles in NY this year and 903 were injured. In recent years, bicyclists in NY have said city leaders have not done enough to protect riders. Hanegby's death is the first in the estimated ...

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  • Did Russia Interfere in the Election, Collect Info on Trump — Putin Interview
Did Russia Interfere in the Election, Collect Info on Trump — Putin Interview

Putin suggested that skilled hackers anywhere, including the USA, could shift the blame for computer breaches on to Russian Federation. "We have a rough idea of what is going to happen", he indicated. "You created a sensation out of nothing, and you turned it into a weapon of war against the current president". "IP addresses? They can be invente...

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  • Chilling Confession Leads To Child's Body
Chilling Confession Leads To Child's Body

Louis. The woman's husband, Jason Scott Quate , 34, is jailed in Las Vegas . A woman who says she was sex trafficked in Las Vegas has led authorities to the body of a child in a vacant IL home, according to CBS affiliate KLAS . Belleville police said in a statement that a team of officers was sent to Las Vegas to coordinate the investigati...

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  • Cooper signs on to Paris climate change pact
Cooper signs on to Paris climate change pact

Last week when President Donald Trump made a decision to pull out of the Paris Climate Accord his now famous line was "I am the president of Pittsburgh, not Paris". ambassador to China David Rank resigned from his post in Beijing over Trump's decision to withdraw. He said his administration would begin negotiations to reenter the Paris ac...

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  • Ambassador Kislyak Doing His Job, Had No 'Sessions' With US Officials - Putin
Ambassador Kislyak Doing His Job, Had No 'Sessions' With US Officials - Putin

Putin said that he had not sat in the seat for much of the dinner, and that he barely spoke to Flynn. And I got up and left. There was a time when he used to come to Moscow, but you know, I never met with him. Trump has strongly defended Flynn, saying his former aide was the victim of a witch hunt. The public hearing is expected to shed light on h...

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  • Amid Trump climate turmoil, France to push stability in India talks
Amid Trump climate turmoil, France to push stability in India talks

A day after President Trump announced the USA would exit the Paris climate accord, top administration officials wouldn't say whether the president believes global warming is real. Responding to Trump's pointing to his city, Pittsburgh, Mayor Bill Peduto called the decision "disastrous for our planet, for cities such as Pittsburgh", and a step t...

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  • Ariana Grande to perform at benefit concert for Manchester
Ariana Grande to perform at benefit concert for Manchester

Singer Ariana Grande has announced she will return to Manchester, England, for a benefit concert following a terror attack at her concert earlier this week. "I'll be returning to the incredibly courageous city of Manchester to spend time with my fans and to have a benefit concert in honor of and to raise money for the victims and their families",...

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  • Kansas lawmakers prepare to debate tax hikes, school funding
Kansas lawmakers prepare to debate tax hikes, school funding

Mike Lee (R-Utah) and Ted Cruz (R-Texas). Patrick Toomey, R-Pa., said of the report by lawmakers' nonpartisan fiscal experts. Sen. Bill Cassidy, R-Louisiana, a leading GOP voice on health care reform, attended the session Thursday even though he is not formally a part of the working group.

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  • Tornado has touched down, more rain predicted too
Tornado has touched down, more rain predicted too

A possible tornado touched down in Sampson County, North Carolina on Tuesday, injuring at least one person. The two fronts will bring scattered thunderstorms with them, starting in the afternoon and continuing through the evening. Another very potent storm system is sliding in from the southwest, and as a result, another round of heavy rain and sev...

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  • Trump meets Abbas in Bethlehem in an effort to revive peace process
Trump meets Abbas in Bethlehem in an effort to revive peace process

He called Trump's visit to the Western Wall particularly noteworthy given Obama's decision not to veto the "stupidest United Nations resolution ever", which declared that the site is not part of Israel . "I've heard about you so much from my mother". "So, we are telling you right now, that Iran will not have nuclear weapons", he said. During h...

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  • Single-Payer Health Care Would Cost $400 Billion Annually in California
Single-Payer Health Care Would Cost $400 Billion Annually in California

The estimated annual cost - triple the cost of California's proposed $124 billion general fund budget for next year, according to The Mercury News - includes all covered healthcare services and administrative costs, at full enrollment, the study said.

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  • Is your sunscreen protecting you? Report ranks sunscreens
Is your sunscreen protecting you? Report ranks sunscreens

More than half of moms responding believe the proper time to apply sunscreen is as soon as they start feeling skin burn. One of the issues of disagreement is that even though the FDA contends that products labeled with SPF higher than 50 are "inherently misleading", they have not mandated that producers of sunscreen refrain from labeling th...

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  • DHS hopeful Clarke denies plagiarism in master's thesis
DHS hopeful Clarke denies plagiarism in master's thesis

CNN reported Saturday that Clarke plagiarized significant portions of his 2013 thesis on homeland security, failing to properly cite his sources 47 times. "Guy is a sleaze bag'" he tweeted. CNN KFILE reporter Andrew Kaczynski went on the network Saturday night to defend the story. Specifically, Clarke, a former Trump surrogate, said he'll...

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  • Illinois Football Players Arrested for Armed Robbery, Home Invasion
Illinois Football Players Arrested for Armed Robbery, Home Invasion

Daniels noted Holcombe played seven games, mostly on special teams. CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) - Three suspended IL football players have been charged with burglary and aggravated robbery charges after what they say was a prank on a fellow dormitory resident.

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  • Donald Trump dismisses Russian Federation collusion claims as a total hoax
Donald Trump dismisses Russian Federation collusion claims as a total hoax

He said Flynn's security clearance had been renewed in April 2016, and the Obama White House had not stepped in to revoke it. That's because the White House wanted to make sure "we were doing the right thing". Commenting on this conversation on Fox news, President Donald Trump blamed the Obama administration for not vetting Flynn. Yates, who ...

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  • Sheriff pushes back against Texas'
Sheriff pushes back against Texas' "sanctuary city" ban

Republican Gov. Greg Abbott of Texas approved a measure to ban " sanctuary cities " on Sunday, allowing law enforcement officers during a routine stop to question any individual about their citizenship status. Critics of the legislation say that it will allow authorities to discriminate against Hispanics. "The people of the state of Texas wante...

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