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County prosecutors and sheriff's investigators said there was evidence indicating the father of the 5-year-old South Pasadena boy who went missing more than two months ago planned to kill his son amid a tumultuous divorce from his wife. The elder Andressian has been uncooperative and has allegedly given false information to investigators since he was placed under suspicion, Mendoza said.
  • Staff member of Rep. Roger Williams shot at Republican baseball practice

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    Officers Crystal Griner and David Bailey were among the five injured after a gunman opened fire on congressmen during the practice. House Majority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana was also hit by gunfire . In a tweet, Tim Walz said "My prayers go out to the victims of the congressional baseball practice shooting". "I don't think it was a Republican or Democratic issue, but I think he had an issue", Williams said.
  • Police identify mother, 2 daughters found dead at Ohio home

    Police identify mother, 2 daughters found dead at Ohio home

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    Initially cops said they had been shot to death. Area residents have been asked to stay in their homes until the all-clear is given. OH police released a 911 recording Monday in the deaths of two college students and their mother who were killed in their home.
  • Top intelligence chief urges Congress to make surveillance law permanent

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    Section 702, which authorizes the collection of data on foreign persons overseas who use USA tech and communications services, was the legal basis for the so-called PRISM surveillance program , which reportedly taps data from nine tech titans including Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and others.
  • Anti-Sharia rallies this weekend worry Muslim leaders

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    What a powerful message that would be, even if it's not precisely the message rabble-rousers on both sides might wish to convey. These rallies are not against Sharia; they are rallies against the Muslim community. Then again, the self-styled militia members, alt-right trolls, racists, xenophobes, and misogynists who show up to events like this " March Against Sharia " are now almost indistinguishable from the people who run our country.
  • Powerball prize now 10th largest after months without winner

    Powerball prize now 10th largest after months without winner

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    If you, or someone you know, are a regular Powerball player, you may want to give those old tickets a second look. The odds of picking the winning numbers for the big prize are one in more than 200 million. Prize money can be claimed up to one year after the drawing. If you had a million dollars, what would you do with it? The lump-sum cash option on the grand prize is an estimated $235 million.
  • Hillary slams Trump over tweet on London Mayor

    Hillary slams Trump over tweet on London Mayor

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    Senior White House adviser Kellyanne Conway on Monday condemned what she called the media's "obsession with covering everything he says on Twitter and very little of what he does as president". We are not going to let Donald Trump divide our communities". Fielding questions after a campaign speech at the Royal United Services Institute in Whitehall, according to the Daily Mail , May was asked several times about Trump's attacks against Khan.
  • Gov. Rick Scott, Legislature agree to hold special session next week

    Gov. Rick Scott, Legislature agree to hold special session next week

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    In a memo, House Speaker Richard Corcoran tells his members he's ready to expand session to include a marijuana measure. The plan was for those differences to then be more fairly factored in to a funding formula that determines how much districts get from the state to pay for teachers' salaries and school operations.
  • IIT Madras student thrashed for organising beef fest

    IIT Madras student thrashed for organising beef fest

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    A group of eight students, belonging to the Vivekananda Study Circle, approached him, and asked, if he had participated in the beef eating event? Student seriously injured on the right eye.' He has been taken to an eye hospital in the city.
  • To many Americans, Memorial Day has lost its meaning

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    This website has never big on American interventionism overseas - certainly not in its current form - but that doesn't mean we don't believe in honoring those who have fallen under the flag of our homeland. The meaning of patriotism often is questioned these days. The graves of those who died in service to our country were decorated with flowers, wreaths and flags.
  • Rain in Albany area but promises of sunlight Tuesday, Wednesday

    Rain in Albany area but promises of sunlight Tuesday, Wednesday

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    We'll then see another shot at some scattered showers and thunderstorms Saturday night across the northern third of the area. Lower humidity and slightly cooler air will push in for a couple days as morning lows return to the upper 50s to lower 60s for the next couple of mornings.
  • Artist projects words 'pay Trump bribes here' onto DC hotel

    Artist projects words 'pay Trump bribes here' onto DC hotel

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    Robin Bell, a Washington-based artist and filmmaker, says he used a video projector to splash the words across an entrance to the hotel on Monday night in protest of what he called Trump's foreign ties. However, the federal government determined in March that it was not violating its lease or the clause with the agreement because, according to them, the legal arrangements Trump set up will ensure that he gets no money from the hotel while he is in office.
  • Coast Guard Searches For Missing Plane Over Bahamas

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    Also, the Coast Guard Cutter Bernard C. Webber was assisting, along with the Customs and Border Patrol and the Royal Bahamas Defense Force, the Coast Guard said. Blumin reportedly owned the plane through a consulting company she owned, and it was traveling at about 24,000 feet when air traffic control lost contact.
  • Investigators subpoena Trump's former security adviser

    Investigators subpoena Trump's former security adviser

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    Concerns have also been raised about undisclosed payments Flynn received from the Russia-backed TV network RT, and his unregistered lobbying that may have benefited Turkey, which took place when he was advising the Trump campaign. But senior Democrats said he had recently asked the Justice Department for more resources for his Trump-Russia investigation. Russian Federation and the Trump administration deny any part in colluding on the USA election.
  • Jason Bateman FINALLY signs up for Arrested Development season 5

    Jason Bateman FINALLY signs up for Arrested Development season 5

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    Is Arrested Development Season 5 finally on its way? Around the same time, Netflix boss Ted Sarandos teased a possible fifth season, telling reporters, "We're plugging along". Find out the latest on the developing new season after the jump. Season five of Arrested Development is officially a go! In addition to Bateman, the cast included Portia de Rossi , Will Arnett , Michael Cera , Alia Shawkat , Tony Hale , David Cross , Jeffrey Tambor and Jessica Walter .
  • Bernie Sanders Can't Stop Laughing At Trump's Health Care Confession

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    It was apparently simple chit-chat, pleasantries spoken from one world leader to another when Mr Trump told Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in NY on Thursday night that "you have better health care than we do". " ObamaCare is dead! But our healthcare will soon be great", Trump tweeted on Friday. "Let us move to a Medicare-for-all system that does what every other major country on the earth does - guaranteed healthcare to all people at a fraction of the cost per capita that we spend", he ...