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Ex-Baylor University frat president takes plea deal in sexual assault case

A former Baylor University fraternity president who was indicted on sex assault charges could end up serving no jail time as part of a plea deal — which was immediately ...
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Trump nominates openly gay conservative to federal appeals court

President Donald Trump recently announced another wave of judicial nominees, and among them is an openly gay conservative, Patrick Bumatay. Trump nominated Bumatay to serve on the U.S. Court of Appeals ...
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Police say video of officer stopping two black boys with BB gun serves as ‘lesson’

The Columbus, Ohio, Police Department on Monday released a video of one of their officers stopping two black boys with a BB gun and berating them in what the department ...
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Generational embroiderer keeps her Mexican indigenous roots alive

Conchita Pozar carefully presses a threaded needle against a bright yellow piece of fabric. Every time the needle goes in and out, a family tradition is preserved through the craft ...
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Idaho commissioner who circulated ‘nauseating’ hunting photos resigns

A Fish and Game commissioner in Idaho who came under fire for circulating images of he and his wife posing with dead animals during a hunt in Africa resigned on ...
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Runaway Pig Lured Home by Deputy’s Doritos

San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputies in California had to reach into their bag of tricks — or lunch bag of tricks — to corral a portly pig that had gotten ...
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McLaren Driver Didn’t Try to Avoid Head-on Collision: Autopsy

The San Diego teenager who drove head-on into oncoming traffic and died in a fiery crash on the crowded highway did not attempt to avoid the collision, according to the ...
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Homeless man accused of molesting 6-year-old girl at Florida hurricane shelter

A homeless man is accused of molesting a 6-year-old girl who was staying with her family at a Florida shelter in the wake of Hurricane Michael, police said. The child ...
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Man Pleads Guilty to Murder in Desert Hot Springs Shooting

A man who shot and killed another man in Desert Hot Springs almost two years ago pleaded guilty Thursday to a first-degree murder count. Anthony Garza, 28, is set to ...
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Trump accuses Hillary Clinton of colluding with Russia as crowd chants ‘lock her up’

President Donald Trump directly accused Hillary Clinton of engaging in a conspiracy with Russia to affect the 2016 election during a campaign rally here Wednesday night. “There was collusion between ...
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Republicans are running on tax cuts — just not Trump’s

In California, Republicans and tax cuts go together like avocado on toast. Forty years ago, voters in the state launched a tax revolt and passed Proposition 13, a referendum that ...
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Former NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg re-registers as Democrat

Michael Bloomberg announced Wednesday that he had re-registered as a Democrat, in a sign that the former New York City mayor could be seriously considering a presidential bid in 2020 ...
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‘Extremely dangerous’ Hurricane Michael strengthens to Category 4 on path for Florida

Hurricane Michael strengthened to a Category 4 storm early Wednesday as it barreled toward Florida’s northern Gulf Coast, threatening catastrophic storm surge, torrential rain and heavy winds. “This storm can ...
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Voting Rights Workshop for Latinos in Desert Hot Springs

Ana Amelia Luque put a sticker on a board solidifying her commitment to vote on November 6, 2018. Community organizers and students give her a warm round of applause and ...
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War Vet requests local post office light up its flag

It’s a federal law to handle an American flag properly but a war veteran, who we’ll call Steve, is saying the Palm Springs Post Office isn’t fulfilling its duties. Now, ...
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Virginia school allegedly barred trans student from active-shooter drill

Officials at a Virginia middle school are under fire after allegedly excluding a transgender girl from participating in an active-shooter drill with her classmates. Affording to Equality Stafford, a local ...
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B-17 Bomber takes Vets on a “Sentimental Journey”

One of the most famous warplanes of all time, the B-17 Bomber, fittingly called the “Sentimental Journey” made its way to the Palm Springs Air Museum Monday morning. “Going on ...
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Jamal Khashoggi was fearful of Saudi government before disappearing, friends say

Friends of the missing Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi described him as being deeply afraid of his country’s rulers and of being targeted by the powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ...
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Facebook Cloned Accounts Message Is Fake; Don’t Spread the Hoax

A hoax that is gaining ground on Facebook has some worried about a new possible hack of the social network. Facebook says to disregard the message. The hoax works by targeting ...
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Utah man charged with sending ricin-scare letters to Trump, others

A Navy veteran was charged with federal counts on Friday in connection with a series of letters sent to the Pentagon, President Donald Trump, and other top government officials that initially tested ...
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