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The Supreme Court asked both sides to file briefs by Monday morning. Montgomery Circuit Judge Greg Griffin granted the governor's request for a Temporary Restraining Order against the House Judiciary Committee late Friday, roughly an hour after the committees special counsel released a detailed 138 page report outlining the committees investigation of Bentley.
  • North Korea fires projectile into Sea of Japan: S. Korea

    North Korea fires projectile into Sea of Japan: S. Korea

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    Nuclear-armed North Korea fired a ballistic missile on April 5, just ahead of a highly-anticipated China-US summit at which Pyongyang's weapons program is set to top the agenda. Even though many efforts have failed, Pyongyang has shown increasing progress in its goal to develop a nuclear-tipped missile that could target the US mainland.
  • McConnell reaches out to Romney about possible Senate bid

    McConnell reaches out to Romney about possible Senate bid

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    It has all left Utah Republicans unclear whether Hatch is serious about seeking re-election. A week ago, he told The National Journal he would consider stepping down if he "could get a really outstanding person to run" and cited Romney as someone who "would be perfect" to take over for him in the Senate.
  • Arizona sheriff to shut down famed Tent City jails complex

    Arizona sheriff to shut down famed Tent City jails complex

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    Penzone put this new committee together in his first 100 days and said they would be in charge of major issues affecting the Sheriff's Office and nearly immediately he tasked them with figuring out what to do with Tent City. Penzone did not disclose future plans for the facility, but did say the facility's closure could result in a projected $4.5 million in savings. Cobbled together using donated Korean War tents, Tent City was established to alleviate prison overcrowding.
  • Uber cheers House passage of bill setting statewide ride-sharing rules

    Uber cheers House passage of bill setting statewide ride-sharing rules

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    Lottery tickets, and places that sell them, could come with a warning: "Gambling can be addictive", under a bill approved Tuesday afternoon by the Senate Committee on Regulated Industries. And, Fleming Island Republican Rob Bradley-the bill's Senate sponsor-says his chamber's "position on the issue is contained in the version of SB 128 that passed out of the Senate" last month .
  • Area under a flood watch as more rain may fall today

    Area under a flood watch as more rain may fall today

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    While the threat for lightning is low this morning there is a chance of partial clearing this afternoon where the sun may lead to instability and storms to develop however strong or severe weather is not expected at this time. A Wind Advisory has been issued for all of part of 6 coastal NJ counties from 8 a.m.to 5 p.m. Thursday: Atlantic, southeastern Burlington, Cape May, Cumberland, eastern Monmouth, and Ocean.
  • GOP lawmakers say Susan Rice should be investigated

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    The White House charges that it was Rice who may have abused her power as President Obama's national security adviser and effectively snooped on Trump's presidential transition. My job is to protect the American people and the security of our country. In some cases, Americans will be named in these discussions or be on the other end of the conversation with a foreigner under surveillance.
  • University mourns sorority sister who died after pancake-eating contest

    University mourns sorority sister who died after pancake-eating contest

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    Robert Kalamaras of the Fairfield Police. On Friday, she was relocated to a NY hospital, Columbia University Medical Center. She was from Clark, New Jersey, and was majoring in social work at the Catholic school in Fairfield . "Daddy, mommy, Annie and I love you and miss you every day", Caitlin said during her speech. Nelson lost her dad, James Nelson , in the September 11 terror attacks when she was five years old.
  • Boeing signs $3 billion deal with Iranian airline

    Boeing signs $3 billion deal with Iranian airline

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    Boeing: US national aerospace champion and jet export dominator. Though negotiations were approved by the US government, the final agreement needs further approval. A total of sixty 737 MAX aircrafts have to be supplied to the Iranian carrier, said Aseman spokesman Amir Reza Mostafavi. American firms have been especially reticent in diving into Iran without clearer guidance from Washington.
  • Fire chief: 3 die, 4 hurt when boiler explodes in St. Louis

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    Two of the injured were listed in critical condition and transported for treatment by emergency medical services, the St. Louis Fire Department said on Twitter. The boiler exploded Monday morning at the Loy-Lange Box Co. The phone rang unanswered at Loy-Lange Box Co., and an email message from The Associated Press to the company wasn't returned.
  • Naidu expands Cabinet, inducts son Nara Lokesh

    Naidu expands Cabinet, inducts son Nara Lokesh

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    The recent elections to the MLCs, where Nara Lokesh was elected, has enabled Naidu to induct his son into the cabinet. Veteran Telugu Desam Party (TDP) leader and state unit president K Kala Venkata Rao was inducted into the Cabinet while his sister-in-law Kimidi Mrinalini was dropped.
  • Mike Pence breaks tie as Senate passes anti-Planned Parenthood bill

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    The Obama administration moved to block the states, issuing its rule a year ago preventing abortion providers from being singled out. "Republicans didn't listen to us", said Senator Patty Murray of Washington . In the background section, the proposed rule did note that with this interpretation of Title X , abortion is not expected to be part of the mandated taxpayer funding.
  • Hot sunny Saturday morning in Delhi

    Hot sunny Saturday morning in Delhi

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    In last ten years, maximum temperature in March was recorded at 40.4 degree Celsius on Tuesday and on March 31, 2007. He added the heatwave conditions prevailing across western, central and Northern India will subside over the next 48 hours.
  • Syria refugee total hits over five million

    Syria refugee total hits over five million

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    The latest wave of displacement took place on Thursday when hundreds of civilians fled areas in north-eastern Syria where US -backed fighters are pushing to drive the Islamic State militants from a key stronghold, a monitoring group reported.
  • London attacker acted alone, says police

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    His criminal activity was enough to catch the eye of authorities, with Prime Minister Theresa May revealing that he had been investigated by MI5 several years ago - but was dismissed as a "peripheral figure". The 52-year-old attacker was shot dead after killing four people when he drove his auto into pedestrians before stabbing a police officer. This is the latest arrest to be made, so far 9 people have been released without any charge.
  • Pressure Builds On Nunes To Recuse Himself

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    Devin Nunes of Tulare, California to recuse himself as chair of the House Intelligence Committee. In his remarks Tuesday , Nunes seemed confused as to why he wouldn't continue to run the House's investigation as the committee's chairman.
  • Malaysian PM calls on President Mukherjee

    Malaysian PM calls on President Mukherjee

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    And further strengthening their defence cooperation Royal Malaysian Air Force and Indian Air Force (IAF) are working on the terms of reference for the setting up of the Aircraft Safety and Maintenance Forum for cooperation in training, maintenance, technical support and safety-related issues.
  • N.Korea says it's not afraid of US threat of military strike

    N.Korea says it's not afraid of US threat of military strike

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    As if to underline the seriousness of the situation, even as Tillerson was discussing North Korea with his Chinese hosts, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un presided over the test launch of a new rocket engine. "North Korea is behaving very badly". While Trump pledged during his campaign to slap 45 percent tariffs on imports from China and label the country a currency manipulator, there has been little indication of his doing either.
  • Kim Jong-Nam's body returned to North Korea as suspects released

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    Malaysia's police chief declined to say who in Kim Jong Nam's family wrote the letter asking that his body be brought back to North Korea. Kim, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, was poisoned in Kuala Lumpur airport after VX nerve agent , a lethal chemical that is on a United Nations list of weapons of mass destruction, was smeared in his face.
  • South Korean court approves arrest of former president Park

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    The court's decision marks yet another humiliating fall for Park, South Korea's first female president who was elected in 2012 amid a wave of conservative nostalgia for her late dictator father whose 18-year rule is marked by both rapid economic rise and enormous human rights abuses.
  • Venezuela court says it can take over Congress' powers

    Venezuela court says it can take over Congress' powers

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    The Supreme Court had already annulled most National Assembly decisions since the opposition won a legislative majority in late 2015 due to voter fury over an unprecedented economic crisis. "The best thing we can do as deputies, is keep going to the assembly and doing our jobs", he told Venezuela's El Nacional newspaper Thursday. Popular Will, a leading opposition party, called for public rallies, although million-strong street protests have repeatedly failed to produce any change.