• What to Know About the Cincinnati Nightclub Shooting
What to Know About the Cincinnati Nightclub Shooting

Several people have life-threatening injuries, Mr Neudigate told news channel WLWT-TV. Assistant Police Chief Paul Neudigate says in a tweet there was only one reported shooter but police are still investigating. "Saturday night, it is a very young crowd", Williams said. One of the wounded is in an "extremely critical condition ", according to...

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  • Four-Alarm Fire Breaks Out in Oakland, Multiple Rescues Reported
Four-Alarm Fire Breaks Out in Oakland, Multiple Rescues Reported

The building is reportedly a residential treatment facility. Officials say 50 or 60 residents lived in building that was still smoldering as firefighters continued to pour water to douse the flames. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, crews arrived on the scene at 6:10 a.m. Firefighters said on Twitter that crews were being withdrawn from...

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  • North Korea Missile Explodes Within Seconds Of Launch, US Says
North Korea Missile Explodes Within Seconds Of Launch, US Says

The loser in this geopolitical game is the South Korean economy. Washington is stepping up diplomacy to try to bridge differences with China over the THAAD issue, but the two sides appear far from an agreement. The US President will meet his Chinese counterpart in the US at the beginning of April. "He can also make the point that if they're not m...

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  • Donald Trump surveillance claims congressman 'met source at White House'
Donald Trump surveillance claims congressman 'met source at White House'

And Eli Lake reports the information will be available to other committee members as soon as this week. "You can ask me every single name that exists on the planet, and I'm still not going to tell you who our sources are", he told reporters Friday.

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  • Girls Apparently Denied Boarding By United For Wearing Leggings, Traveler Says
Girls Apparently Denied Boarding By United For Wearing Leggings, Traveler Says

Another girl who was wearing gray leggings had to change before she was allowed to board the flight from Denver to Minneapolis, a witness said. United said the girls were Pass travelers which meant they were traveling on a family member's company benefits.

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  • Johnson holds off Tanihara to make Match Play final
Johnson holds off Tanihara to make Match Play final

I've got to make it to the finals first", Johnson said of his chance at history. After Woodland withdrew, McIlroy sat out Thursday's matches and watched the rest of the field battle winds that saw gusts top 30 miles per hour. But Johnson will be the overwhelming favourite heading into the final day after another masterful performance, with all aspe...

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  • Iran slaps sanctions on 15 U.S. companies for supporting 'Israeli terrorism'
Iran slaps sanctions on 15 U.S. companies for supporting 'Israeli terrorism'

Tehran has imposed sanctions on 15 USA firms over their alleged backing of Israel and its perceived "atrocities" committed against Palestinians, according to a foreign ministry statement cited by the Iranian State Agency ( IRNA ). " The sanctioned companies have, directly and/or indirectly, been involved in the brutal atrocities committed by the Z...

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  • One dead as gunman opens fire at Cincinnati nightclub
One dead as gunman opens fire at Cincinnati nightclub

WLWT reports (http://bit.ly/2mDfUV3 ) that the shooting was happened about 2 a.m. Sunday at Cameo nightclub. Its a chaotic crime scene. He said the shooting did not appear to be terrorism related, a fact that will provide little consolation to the victims.

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  • Appeals court sets hearing in challenge against travel ban
Appeals court sets hearing in challenge against travel ban

Since that ruling, Watson has received death threats and is now under 24-hour federal protection from the US Marshals Service. "As the Court correctly explains, the President's Executive Order falls well within his authority to safeguard the nation's security".

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  • De Blasio Clears Re-Election Hurdle After Corruption Probes End
De Blasio Clears Re-Election Hurdle After Corruption Probes End

Federal and state prosecutors said Thursday that Mayor Bill de Blasio will not face prosecution in two almost yearlong campaign-fundraising probes. "This situation has been resolved and now we've got to get back to work serving the people of New York City, 24/7", Hizzoner said at a City Hall press conference Thursday.

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  • GOP trying to steal Supreme Court seat
GOP trying to steal Supreme Court seat

After reviewing a number of the judge's decisions in the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, Casey said powerful interests are disproportionately the beneficiaries "while workers, consumers and those with disabilities are the losers". He said that it's "pretty clear" Schumer won't vote for Gorsuch for political reasons. During the hearing, the ...

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  • Louisiana officer found guilty of manslaughter over shooting of autistic child
Louisiana officer found guilty of manslaughter over shooting of autistic child

Jurors found Derrick Stafford, 33, guilty of manslaughter and attempted manslaughter, but not guilty of second-degree murder or attempted second-degree murder, according to The New York Post. A few minutes later, Stafford told jurors through tears that the pictures made him think of his own child. Few was also accused of having drugs and alcohol ...

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  • 1 dead, 1 injured as shooting closes part of Las Vegas Strip
1 dead, 1 injured as shooting closes part of Las Vegas Strip

Police said they believe the shooter is on the bus. Police have confirmed one person has been shot and transported to UMC Trauma. After initial reports of a possible active shooter situation, police say that is not the case. "Please avoid the area". The condition of the second shooting victim was not released. We're now investigating a shoo...

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  • Getting US visa going to be even more harder
Getting US visa going to be even more harder

One cable also calls for consular officials to identify, 'populations warranting increased scrutiny, ' which critics say could allow for profiling based on religion or race. In cables dated March 10 and March 15 , Tillerson issued detailed instructions to consular officials for implementing Trump's travel order, which was due to take effect on M...

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  • Government Cites Virginia Travel-Ban Ruling in Push to Lift Hawaii's Order
Government Cites Virginia Travel-Ban Ruling in Push to Lift Hawaii's Order

The Federal Bureau of Investigation said that the federal judge who ruled against President Donald Trump's revision to his travel ban has been receiving threatening messages, CNN reported . "Plaintiffs can succeed on their claim that the predominate goal of EO-2 is to discriminate against Muslims based on their religion and that EO-2 is a pre...

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  • Our first round of spring storms look to pack a punch Friday
Our first round of spring storms look to pack a punch Friday

As this low pressure system moves across the state and we add a little daytime heating, most models are in agreement that storms will develop and move off to the east pretty quickly. Bunting advises people to have multiple ways of getting severe weather warnings, including smart phone apps and weather radios with loud alarms to wake people when sev...

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  • Arrest made in South Land Park quadruple homicide
Arrest made in South Land Park quadruple homicide

Officers went to a home on 35th Avenue near Lonsdale Drive around 7 a.m.to perform a welfare check. "We're pretty confident that this is not a random act and we believe that the suspect is known to the victims". A basketball hoop sat in the middle of the home's driveway. A girl at the scene of the murders broke down in tears upon hearing the news...

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  • Louisiana deputy fatally shot during rape investigation
Louisiana deputy fatally shot during rape investigation

A Sheriff's Deputy from Louisiana killed late Saturday in the line of duty was identified as Sergent Shawn Anderson, a man who made national news just last March when he helped a woman deliver her baby in her vehicle on the side of a highway.

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  • President Obama Defends Obamacare Amidst GOP Repeal Plans
President Obama Defends Obamacare Amidst GOP Repeal Plans

Trump promised that his plan would be better than "Obamacare" by providing coverage for all and that his plan would be cheaper and better. The only thing that is different is that President Trump will blame the insurance hikes on the insurance companies while assuring the people that the government is doing everything it can to help them.

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  • White House Intruder Was on Grounds for 15 Minutes Before Arrest
White House Intruder Was on Grounds for 15 Minutes Before Arrest

There was no information in the documents detailing whether officers observed Wahl climbing the barrier before she was found dangling from the top of the fence. In the affidavit filed with the D.C. District Court, the arresting officer stated that the suspect carried two cans of mace, that he came close to the wall of the White House mansion, and...

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