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A self-proclaimed activist group vandalized a gun range billboard overnight near the Las Vegas Strip. " Indecline engages in many different forms of social and political injustices, but this is by far one of the most pressing at the moment", he said, noting that while people might initially find the message shocking it is meant to get them thinking about the issue.
  • Schools remain closed despite directive from state official

    Schools remain closed despite directive from state official

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    Gov. Jim Justice (R) announced that teachers would be getting a 5 percent raise this year and a 3 percent raise for all state employees, but the legislature still has to approve of it. Schools are " called off on Wednesday for a cooling off period" but will resume Thursday, the West Virginia Education Association wrote in a Facebook post .
  • Ben Carson's Spending Habits Called Into Question By House Oversight Committee

    Ben Carson's Spending Habits Called Into Question By House Oversight Committee

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    Foster filed the complaint in November; it was first reported by The Guardian on Tuesday. Gowdy referred to the situation with Foster in his letter , stating, "The Committee is aware of a complaint filed with the Office of Special Counsel (OSC) by Department of Housing and Urban Development employee Helen Foster alleging retaliation when Foster refused to abet exceeding a spending cap on redecorating your office".
  • Report lays bare suffering of child migrants

    Report lays bare suffering of child migrants

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    Thousands of children were sent overseas between 1945 and 1970 by charities and the Catholic church. The program was created to ease pressure on British social services and offer the children a chance of a better life, but many ended up working in institutions where they were sexually and physically abused or forced to work as farm labourers.
  • Lockdown lifted, kids safe after incident at Bayside Middle School

    Lockdown lifted, kids safe after incident at Bayside Middle School

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    Central Saanich Police Chief Les Sylven said officers searched the woods near the school and farther afield but were unable to find anyone matching a description provided by students. See the full message sent out to Mendive Middle School parents, below. While Ybarra says he understands that, he simply wishes parents had more information about exactly what the threats are and how they're being handled--as they're happening.
  • Trump brings up death penalty for drug dealers

    Trump brings up death penalty for drug dealers

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    All across America, there is a huge problem with people selling opioids and the people buy them getting hooked on them and dying from overdoses. "We have pushers and drug dealers that don't - I mean they kill hundreds and hundreds of people and majority don't even go to jail".
  • Senate intelligence leaders say House GOP leaked senator's texts

    Senate intelligence leaders say House GOP leaked senator's texts

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    On Thursday, the New York Times reported that House Intelligence Committee chair Devin Nunes (R-CA) leaked Senate Intelligence Committee ranking member Mark Warner's (D-VA) confidential text messages to Fox News as part of his ongoing effort to discredit the ongoing investigations of the Trump campaign for possible collusion with Russian Federation.
  • Theresa May warned friction 'inevitable' in post-Brexit trade

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    London may also be forced to reconsider if Brussels sticks to its insistence that leaving the EU's single market and its customs unions will mean some barriers for United Kingdom exports. But within that plan, there is an acceptance by the British government that the border arrangements would have to change despite the aim of keeping trade "as frictionless as possible".
  • 75% voter turnout registered in Meghalaya polls

    75% voter turnout registered in Meghalaya polls

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    Voter mood was upbeat as they lined up before polling stations to cast their vote. Voting for the 59 Assembly constituencies out of 60 seats ended peacefully in Meghalaya on Tuesday, where the fate of 361 candidates were sealed in the Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs).
  • Thompson, Curry lead Warriors past Knicks 125-111

    Thompson, Curry lead Warriors past Knicks 125-111

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    In a statement made by Warriors shooting guard Klay Thompson , this visit will serve as an educational tool for the youth and that the franchise's goal is to not insert politics into their decision. The Golden State Warriors are allowing 35.5 percent shooting from deep and are grabbing 44.2 rebounds per game. As the Washington Wizards rack up one victory after another with John Wall watching from the sidelines in a suit, the topic du jour in National Basketball Association circles ...
  • Michigan State 68, Wisconsin 63

    Michigan State 68, Wisconsin 63

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    Winston went 6 for 6 from the 3-point line and finished on 7 of 11 shooting from the floor. For a stretch in the first half, Penn State appeared to be headed for a fourth straight loss. But Iverson stole the inbound pass to cap the win. The Badgers went on another scoring drought of two-plus minutes. Jacob Evans had 15 points, seven assists and six rebounds, and Cane Broome also scored 15 points for Cincinnati.
  • Jalek Felton Withdraws From North Carolina After Suspension From School

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    Felton is the nephew of 2005 national champion Raymond Felton . Now, he said, "it's time for a new dream". I spoke with [coach] Roy Williams today and he obviously feels the pain of Jalek's crushed dream to play at UNC . His season high was 15 points against Western Carolina in early December. She went on to call it disturbing and vowed to continue Felton's fight at North Carolina, but that Felton wouldn't return to North Carolina because he had been broken.
  • Putin boasts of new-generation 'invincible' nuclear weaponry

    Putin boasts of new-generation 'invincible' nuclear weaponry

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    The so-called " invincible missile" is just one in a "line of strategic , nuclear-capable weapons that would be able to outmanoeuvre USA defences, suggesting a new arms race between Moscow and the West", says The Guardian . "We're in an era of great power competition again", he said. "The range is unlimited". New weapons he boasted about in his address include a prototype missile that "can reach any point in the world" and a supersonic weapon that cannot be tracked by ...
  • Sridevi demise: Police record Boney Kapoor's statement

    Sridevi demise: Police record Boney Kapoor's statement

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    The actor's mortal remains were brought back from Dubai , where she died, and arrived in Mumbai at 10 pm on Tuesday . Sridevi , Indian cinema's first woman superstar , was given a gun salute at the Celebration Sports Club, minutes away from her home in Green Acres Lokhandwala where her body was kept before leaving for its last journey.
  • Senior US diplomat Joseph Yun for North Korea to retire

    Senior US diplomat Joseph Yun for North Korea to retire

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    Yun, a former USA ambassador to Malaysia, has been the State Department's point-man for its limited contact with the North Korean government through a back channel at the nation's diplomatic mission to the UN in NY. Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha has discussed ways to open denuclearization talks with North Korea with her Swiss and Hungarian counterparts in Geneva, Switzerland, the foreign ministry said Tuesday.
  • SAISD Supports Students' Gun Protests

    SAISD Supports Students' Gun Protests

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    The walkouts came two weeks after a February 14 shooting at a Florida high school that killed 17 people. BHS Principal David Wisthoff said the school is taking "neutral" stance on the walkout and said that, closer to the day of the walkout, he will remind students that their parents should call the school to let them know their child will be absent.
  • Evangelist talks encounters with Rev. Billy Graham, Graham Organization

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    The funeral for The Rev. Billy Graham will be held Friday in Charlotte. Former President Bill Clinton recalled witnessing the evangelist's commitment to fighting racism firsthand during the school integration struggle in Little Rock, reminding a crowded stadium "that we all come before God as equals, both in our imperfection and our absolute claim to incredible grace".
  • Couples invited to bring AR-15s to church service

    Couples invited to bring AR-15s to church service

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    Wallenpaupack Elementary School bussed students to other locations as the freakish ceremony unfolded at the nearby World Peace and Unification Sancturary Church in Newfoundland, Pa. Footage shows how the weapons were securely brought onto the premises and then zip-tied, preventing them from being fired. Some even worshippers wore "bullet crowns".