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It's likely those groups would be involved in a legal challenge of this new law. At the time, Kasich said he believes signing into law a heartbeat ban would be unwise strategically. Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, told supporters that he was optimistic about the potential of Iowa's anti-choice "heartbeat bill" to strike a blow at Roe v.
  • It Seems Mueller Just Doubled His Witness List For Manafort's Trial

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    District Judge T.S. Ellois said he believed that Mueller's motivation is to oust President Donald Trump from office. "You don't really care about Mr. The Obama Justice Department investigated Manafort back in 2014 but decided not to bring charges. He suggested the real reason Mueller is pursuing Manafort is to pressure him to provide evidence against Trump.
  • Grand Forks family died of gunshots, police ID victims

    Grand Forks family died of gunshots, police ID victims

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    Paula Stevens, 58, who lives two doors down from the house where the four were found, said the family had moved into the house just a couple months ago. The district said they were working with schools involved to provide support and counseling, and that they couldn't provide any additional information.
  • One superintendent is accused of dropping a number two on the field

    One superintendent is accused of dropping a number two on the field

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    Thomas Tramaglini, the superintendent of the Kenilworth School District, was taken into custody early Tuesday while he was running on the Holmdel High School track, according to the Holmdel Township Police Department. " Given the nature of those charges, he asked for and was granted a paid leave of absence ", according to a Wednesday message posted on the Facebook page for Kenilworth Public Schools.
  • Wind advisory for Galion through 6 pm

    Wind advisory for Galion through 6 pm

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    Winds will be from the southwest, shifting to the west. Saturday looks dry and sunny with highs in the mid 70s. High Wind Warnings have been issued for that possibility from primarily the Tri-Cities, Thumb and southward. Wind gusts of to 50 miles per hour are expected. The winds will shift to the northwest by the evening and will diminish as a high pressure ridge moves in.
  • Man trips armed suspect fleeing from police outside library

    Man trips armed suspect fleeing from police outside library

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    Officers stated a grandfather, exclusively recognized as "Invoice", was ready outdoors a Columbus library along with his daughter April three when police sirens started blaring within the distance. Police said the teen was armed with a Glock 9 mm pistol with an extended clip. As the 18-year-old had a "lengthy criminal record", according to the police, he was taken to jail.
  • USA job market: even solid figures can be disappointing

    USA job market: even solid figures can be disappointing

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    The official jobs tally initially showed an increase of an upwardly revised 135,000 in March. Prior to April, the unemployment rate was at 4.1% for six consecutive months. The last time it was lower than that was 1969. The trend reflects a decline in mass layoffs. An increase in wages is seen as a sign of potential inflation pressures building in the economy.
  • Rain set for Scotland as London braced for Bank Holiday heatwave

    Rain set for Scotland as London braced for Bank Holiday heatwave

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    Northern England will be slightly cooler at the beginning of the bank holiday weekend with some cloud expected but the skies will be brighter on Sunday and Monday, when the temperature will be 23C or 24C. "Some strong winds are possible over western Ireland and Scotland with gale force gusts over exposed locations". ExactaWeather forecaster James Madden said the warm weather is expected to last for at least 10 days as the spell could be an extension of summer.
  • Top naval officer allegedly installed secret camera in embassy toilet

    Top naval officer allegedly installed secret camera in embassy toilet

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    Keating is one of the most high-ranking military officials of the Embassy. His application for continued name suppression was however declined by His Honour Judge KJ Glubb in the District Court at Auckland. Earlier this week , in the High Court at Auckland Newell said Keating had not told his daughter of the charge - who is now serving with the navy overseas.
  • Abbas apologizes amid accusations of Holocaust denial

    Abbas apologizes amid accusations of Holocaust denial

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    In Abbas' speech, the Palestinian leader stated, "Jews who moved to east and west Europe were facing a massacre every 10 or 15 years from a different country". Abbas's expected reappointment came at the end of a four-day meeting by the Palestinian National Council (PNC) in Ramallah in the occupied West Bank.
  • Over 50 Asylum Seekers ALLOWED into USA — CARAVAN' CRISIS

    Over 50 Asylum Seekers ALLOWED into USA — CARAVAN' CRISIS

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    Numerous caravan participants are migrants fleeing violence in Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador. However, coming to this country under the guise of seeking asylum is wrong. The caravan is an annual event organised by volunteer group Pueblos Sin Fronteras (PSF), Spanish for "people without borders". Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement that 35 new assistant US attorney jobs have been created to help speed prosecution of illegal border crossings and immigrant smuggling in ...
  • South Korean President to meet PM Modi in July

    South Korean President to meet PM Modi in July

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    The South's presidential office also launched a commission of high-ranking officials to implement what the 2 leaders agreed to in the Panmunjom declaration. A full withdrawal of USA troops was unlikely, the officials said, according to the paper. South Korea on Thursday said it wants Japan and China to sign a statement supporting a declaration issued after the inter-Korean summit last week.
  • Atletico sinks Arsenal to reach Europa League final

    Atletico sinks Arsenal to reach Europa League final

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    Laurent Koscielny's chances of featuring for France at the World Cup are hanging by a thread after Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said he suffered a suspected Achilles rupture in Thursday's Europa League clash with Atletico Madrid . Wenger, in his 250th UEFA game as a club coach, announced two weeks ago he was standing down after almost 22 years with the London team . The defeat means that Wenger's reign as Arsenal manager will instead end at Huddersfield in two Sundays, with dreams ...
  • Detained By Kerala Police For Latvian Tourist's Alleged Rape And Murder

    Detained By Kerala Police For Latvian Tourist's Alleged Rape And Murder

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    The police recorded the arrest of Umesh and Udayan, drug-pushers belonging to Panathura near Vazhamuttom, the place where the woman's decapitated and decomposed body was found on April 20, early Thursday afternoon after they confessed to rape and murder and forensic examination results confirmed their involvement in the crime.
  • SC says no to Janardhana Reddy for campaigning in Ballari

    SC says no to Janardhana Reddy for campaigning in Ballari

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    The BJP's fielding of the Reddy brother from Bellary City soon become a contentious factor, with the Opposition pointing at the party's penchant for "the corrupt and the tainted". Lok Sabha member Sriramulu has been fielded by BJP against the incumbent chief minister and Congress leader Siddaramaiah in Badami. The political fortune of three powerful Reddy brothers - Karunakara Reddy, Janardhana Reddy and Somashekhar Reddy - dwindled after they were named in a mining scam.
  • Surfer breaks Guinness record by riding 80-foot wave

    Surfer breaks Guinness record by riding 80-foot wave

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    Rodrigo Koxa was recognized Saturday by the World Surf League with the Quiksilver XXL Biggest Wave award after his November 8, 2017, run at Nazare, Portugal , was caught on video. The record was previously held by Hawaii's Garrett McNamara, who rode a 78ft-high wave off the same coast in 2011. Honourable mention must also go to British surfer Andrew Cotton, for taking out the Wipeout of the Year award, in a chilling ride that landed him in hospital with a fractured vertebrae.
  • Malaysia opposition leader investigated under fake news laws

    Malaysia opposition leader investigated under fake news laws

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    I want to rectify this by challenging him in this election. The chief of the police, Mazlan Lazim, confirmed the investigation of Mahathir is one of the 8 cases that remain open during the electoral campaign. Under the anti-fake news law, offenders could be fined up to 500,000 ringgit ($127,000) and face a maximum of six years in jail. Critics say it is aimed at silencing criticism of Najib, and in particular the scandal surrounding sovereign wealth fund 1MDB.
  • Sibanye searching for 10 miners after Driefontein fall of ground

    Sibanye searching for 10 miners after Driefontein fall of ground

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    The event is the latest in a series of mishaps in recent months at Sibanye-Stillwater's mines that have left workers killed, injured or trapped, angering unions who accuse the company of negligence. Thirteen miners were initially trapped about 3km below the surface but rescuers managed to get several out, company spokesperson James Wellsted told AFP.
  • Paroled sex offender who led police on RV chase arrested

    Paroled sex offender who led police on RV chase arrested

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    The suspect then headed on state Route 99 into Kern County and traveled on surface streets in Bakersfield. But he escaped in a motorhome, with his two young children, aged three and 11 months, inside. Los Angeles County sheriff's spokeswoman Nicole Nishida tells The Associated Press that Stephen Houk was taken into custody Thursday afternoon in Barstow.
  • There will be no load shedding insists Eskom

    There will be no load shedding insists Eskom

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    Last week they were talking about seven out of the fifteen power stations, this week they are saying it's one less. ESKOM , the South African electricity utility, denied it was buying coal at a premium from Optimum Coal Mine in order to bail out the former Gupta-owned colliery, but it was in talks with the mine's business rescue practitioners about securing a new rate.