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Pictured, Suzanne Taylor , 45, North Royalton , Ohio mother (center) and her two daughters, Taylor Pifer , 21, (left) Kylie Pifer , 18 (right). A Kent State University student was one of three people found dead at a home in southern Cuyahoga County.
  • Senate intelligence committee subpoenas Michael Flynn

    Senate intelligence committee subpoenas Michael Flynn

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    The Senate Intelligence Committee said a subpoena had been issued after Flynn rejected its request on April 28 to submit documents relevant to the investigation. An attorney for former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn has declined to comment on the issuance of a subpoena from the Senate intelligence committee.
  • Jason Bateman Officially Signs on For Arrested Development: Season 5

    Jason Bateman Officially Signs on For Arrested Development: Season 5

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    He plays pivotal character Michael Bluth in the series, struggling to hold his dysfunctional, wealthy family together. The fourth season, which was created for Netflix in 2013, was considered a mixed bag even by die-hard fans. So, just how " arrested " is the pending Season 5 production of Arrested Development? Twentieth Century Fox Television and Netflix have yet to comment on the new season, so we'll have to see if we're actually getting those 17 episodes.
  • Kellyanne Conway Accuses Anderson Cooper of 'Sexism' for Viral Eye Roll

    Kellyanne Conway Accuses Anderson Cooper of 'Sexism' for Viral Eye Roll

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    And bill the White House. The eye-roll, which quickly went viral on Twitter, came after Cooper played soundbites in which Trump praised Comey on the campaign trail previous year. The once ubiquitous Trump spokeswoman has been keeping a decidedly low profile in recent months - so much so that " Saturday Night Live " did a skit last week asking " Where in the World is Kellyanne Conway? ".
  • Heaval Over EVMs In Delhi Assembly

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    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today dared the Election Commission to provide an EVM to the AAP, claiming it can be tampered with in 90 seconds flat. Give AAP the EVMs. "I read the Election Commission's site". Several national leaders, including former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit, have criticised the AAP for insisting that EVMs were fixed to help the BJP win elections.
  • Restraining order granted against mother of Elizabeth Thomas

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    Authorities credit the caretaker of the remote Northern California property for helping police find the girl. U.S. District Court Judge Kendall J. Newman ruled Tad E. Documents also revealed that Cummins fled Tennessee because he was anxious an investigation would ruin his relationship with the teen. The father of Elizabeth Thomas filed a restraining order against her mother, his wife, on Monday.
  • Fraternity, 18 members charged in Penn State student's death

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    Today, Centre County's district attorney released findings of a grand jury investigation into the February 4 death of student Timothy Piazza and former members of Beta Theta Pi fraternity, which has been banned from ever returning to Penn State.
  • Central Indiana Intersections Prone to Flooding — MAP

    Central Indiana Intersections Prone to Flooding — MAP

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    The agency's North Little Rock said storms will enter central Arkansas by around 11:30 a.m., bringing concerns of frequent lightning, heavy rainfall and localized flooding. The approaching low-pressure system will also cause high temperatures to fall to 15 to 25 degrees below average on Sunday . A northeast wind of 8 to 13 miles per hour is expected.
  • Flash flood watch issued as more storms head to Coast

    Flash flood watch issued as more storms head to Coast

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    Numerous river flood warnings are in effect to the south and east of the Kansas City area, according to the weather service. Conditions are developing which will promote heavy rain producing thunderstorms tonight and Friday morning over the region.
  • Where To Protest President Trump's First New York Visit

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    When the president makes his first visit to New York City on May 4th, he will be greeted with angry protests . But Politico reports that it doesn't seem as if many NY pols will be showing up, or even meet with the president while he's in town.
  • Trump signs order aimed at opening Arctic drilling

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    Among the key areas to be reviewed: A decision by Obama shortly before he left office to update the federal government's five-year plan to lease offshore areas for new oil drilling. Bush first set aside as a monument. The administration can redo the 5-year-plan, but it's a long process. The law that gives the president the authority to impose a drilling ban does not say whether the action can be undone by another president.
  • Taliban launches operation Mansoori, vows more attacks

    Taliban launches operation Mansoori, vows more attacks

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    Apparently foreshadowing the spring offensive, a Taliban attack earlier this week on an army base in northern Afghanistan was among the most devastating ever in the country, killing more than 140 Afghan soldiers. Bullet holes are seen on the wall of a mosque at the military headquarters where the Taliban attack occurred last week in Mazar-i-Sharif, northern Afghanistan April 25, 2017.
  • Clinton blames misogyny, FBI, Russia, herself for 2016 loss

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    I was the person on the ballot. The panel consisting of Dana Bash, Brianna Keilar, Nia-Malika Henderson, Wolf Blitzer, and David Gregory expressed surprise at what Clinton said, calling it " remarkable " and an " incredible interview ". "Talking about Clinton's numerous attacks against Trump during the interview, Keilar laughed, "[She was] downright trolling him , I think!" Clinton went on to say that Trump's campaign goals appeared to align well with the goals of Russian President ...
  • One Dead in Stabbing Attack at UT Austin

    One Dead in Stabbing Attack at UT Austin

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    David's Hospital, where APD was contacted. "There's nothing I can think of that would even slightly indicate that he was a violent person". Prichett saw the attacker walk up behind another man, grab his shoulder and stab him in the back. "Get out of here!'" Arredondo said. Nearer to Jester Center, Arredondo photographed an officer taking White into custody. The suspect is described as a white man in his 20s.
  • First Lady dedicates 'healing' garden at children's hospital

    First Lady dedicates 'healing' garden at children's hospital

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    He then shared the story of Mellon's daughter Eliza, who was severely injured in a auto accident and spent her last decade living at Mellon's Virginia estate. After a ribbon-cutting ceremony, Melania Trump sat a table with young patients, helping them with a craft activity: painting flower pots. "I remember you", she said to a little boy in a hat.
  • Perdue officially confirmed as US Agriculture Secretary

    Perdue officially confirmed as US Agriculture Secretary

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    The task force will also coordinate with other executive orders to eliminate red tape and expand opportunities for rural America. Secretary Perdue will serve as the chairman of the interagency task force on agriculture and rural prosperity according to the executive order which "ensures the informed exercise of regulatory authority that impacts agriculture and rural communities".
  • New scrutiny of timeline after Arkansas executes 4th inmate

    New scrutiny of timeline after Arkansas executes 4th inmate

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    Kayla Greenwood emailed a statement to Williams through his attorney, telling him she had forgave him for the murder of her father. For his final words, Williams appeared remorseful. Arkansas routinely performs autopsies on executed prisoners, but results don't become available for four to six weeks. He was convicted in 1995 of murdering a woman in her home two years earlier.
  • US Senate confirms Perdue as Trump's agriculture secretary

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    I think this is further evidence that this President, Donald J. Trump, is building an outstanding Cabinet with which to change the direction of our country, to get this economy going, to put America back to work again, to re-engage internationally, and to develop a fair and level playing field with the rest of the world economically.
  • Seneca jobless rate down in March

    Seneca jobless rate down in March

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    Whereas the county had a 7.8 percent unemployment rate in March 2016, it now has an estimated 5.4 percent joblessness rate. While the jobless gauge is is known for barely changing with economic cycles, and statistics officials are working on a newer and more accurate survey-based version, the decline in unemployment coincides with economic growth posting the first back-to-back quarterly acceleration in two years.
  • White House to Host Senate North Korea Briefing

    White House to Host Senate North Korea Briefing

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    During the meeting, the lawmakers will be allowed to air their views and ask questions about the matter. A senior aide, said it was President Trump's idea to hold the meeting at the White House. President Trump talked to China's President Xi and Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday over the escalating situation. He stayed on message - he was in front of the cameras to apologize, he came across as very honest, and he showed, and possibly learned, that is it OK in Washington to admit ...
  • USA judge lifts stay on second Arkansas execution

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    Williams was pronounced dead 17 minutes after the procedure began at the Cummins Unit in southeast Arkansas. U.S. District Judge Kristine Baker in Little Rock, Arkansas, said in a brief order that the execution of Williams could proceed, a little more than an hour after she granted his request for a temporary stay.
  • 2 more charged in MI genital mutilation investigation

    2 more charged in MI genital mutilation investigation

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    A review of Nagarwala's phone records led authorities to two 7-year-old girls who traveled with their parents to MI from Minnesota in February so they could undergo the procedure. The other girl said she screamed after a painful "shot". Authorities have identified several other young girls who may have undergone the procedure at the clinic, according to a criminal complaint filed in federal court in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • Bernie Sanders kicks off cross-country tour, wants change

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    Perez defeated Sander's preferred candidate to lead the DNC, Minnesota Congressman Keith Ellison in late-February. Portland was the first stop for the pair's "Come Together and Fight Back" tour to encourage political activism, in the wake of the party's devastating losses in 2016.
  • US Rep. Steve King toasts Border Patrol over deportation

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    Attorneys for Montes filed a lawsuit alleging that he had permission to stay in the US under the program protecting undocumented immigrants to the country who arrived as children. To me, it's one of the most hard subjects I have because you have these incredible kids". "No one should have to file a lawsuit to find out what happened to them".