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After the crash, authorities said the driver of the sedan got out of the vehicle and opened fire, hitting Atkins. Police said the girl, who was sitting in the back seat of the Honda was hit and killed by the shots fired. Thomas said the woman began firing at her and her daughter, who was in the backseat. "I saw the girl let the window down and point the gun out the window, and she just started shooting", Thomas said.
  • Verizon angling to lower price of Yahoo purchase

    Verizon angling to lower price of Yahoo purchase

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    In September 2016, Yahoo announced that at least 500 million users were affected by a late 2014 cyber-hacking incident led by a "state-sponsored" actor. Yahoo has lost its reliability and still struggles to garner new users for its email service and other features. Reports by the Wall Street Journal indicated this is an area of focus by the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
  • Autopsies continue on bodies found during search for 2 girls

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    A report via Fox 59 says at the time of the initial missing report, police hadn't suspected foul play based off of the details the family gave police. The girls were reported missing when they failed to show up to a meeting point after a hike. Anna Williams , Abigail's mother, said: "I'm getting scared now".
  • Glenn Heights Officer Uses Car to Push Engulfed Truck

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    It's still unclear why the older model pickup truck caught fire. The truck was at the pickup window, putting the flames extremely close to the building. Police say no one was hurt. 9RAW: Cyclist launches foul-mouthed tirade on reckless driver February 14, 2017: Harley "Durianrider" Johnstone was filmed asking a motorist if he wanted to kill him after the vehicle closely passed his friend on a narrow road in Adelaide.
  • Storm to bring another foot of snow to parts of NH

    Storm to bring another foot of snow to parts of NH

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    The onset of precipitation may fall as rain across coastal New Hampshire and southern ME this afternoon before flipping over to all snow by this evening. Much of Maine's Eastern shoreline remains under a storm or blizzard warning as of Monday evening. A winter storm watch is posted for Essex County and will get upgraded to either a winter weather advisory or winter storm warning by the National Weather Service later on today.
  • McMahon confirmed as SBA leader

    McMahon confirmed as SBA leader

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    The Senate voted 81-19 to confirm McMahon in what was a rare non-controversial nomination by President Donald Trump. She lost races in 2010 and 2012, spending almost $100 million of her own money on the campaigns, but both of her Democratic opponents from Connecticut - Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy - endorsed her nomination to lead the Small Business Administration.
  • Protesters block Betsy DeVos from entering public school in Washington

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    But the fact is, her union set up the protest of DeVos' visit to a public school - and then failed to control the protesters it recruited for the stunt. DeVos were reportedly not affiliated with the parent-teacher demonstration at the front of the school, which was organized by the Washington Teacher's Union.
  • Winter Storm Niko Drops Over 12 Inches Of Snow On Northeast US

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    Some areas got more than a foot and a half of snow , and temperatures are still freezing Friday, with below-zero wind chills in some spots. Winds continue to gust up to 60 miles per hour on Cape Cod and the Islands, having already caused some damage, according to AccuWeather .
  • February-like weather returns next week

    February-like weather returns next week

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    Thursday's high in Madison was 20 at 4:06 p.m., 9 degrees below the normal high and 30 degrees below the record high of 50 for February 9, set in 1925 and 1966. It will be a mild night with low temperatures in the mid 40s north of I-70 to lower 50s south with southwesterly winds at 6-10 miles per hour. A chance of showers should remain Saturday morning, but the afternoon could bring partly sunny conditions with a high of 49 predicted, according to the weather service.
  • Reports of ICE action spur protest, statements

    Reports of ICE action spur protest, statements

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    Cox did say that roughly a third of the total number of arrests made in the last week happened in SC. Tony Cardenás said in a statement released Thursday night. " To that end, ICE's routine immigration enforcement actions are ongoing ". ICE does not use the term raids. George Kanuck, co-chairman of Lowcountry Immigration Coalition, said arrests by ICE are nothing new in Beaufort County.
  • Police Seek Help in Ohio State Student's Death

    Police Seek Help in Ohio State Student's Death

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    Tokes was reportedly an employee at the bar and had last been seen around 10 p.m. Wednesday, according to a social media post claiming to be one of Tokes' roomates. Grove City police said her auto was found in Columbus, The Columbus Dispatch reported Friday. Columbus police located Tokes' auto, which had been missing or stolen, according to Grove City police.
  • USA may soon require social media passwords from visa applicants

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    Homeland Security Secretary, John Kelly, told a congressional panel on Tuesday that the USA is not considering adding any countries to its list of seven whose nationals were temporarily banned from entering the country. Homeland Security may not just be satisfied with your social media passwords and could also want financial details as Kelly mentioned that they were looking to obtain these records.
  • Orlando Pulse massacre included in White House list of

    Orlando Pulse massacre included in White House list of "unreported" terror attacks

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    Spicer said , "Frankly, my understanding is that they retracted that". The presidential hyperbole train continued its run through America on Monday when President Trump , speaking to the U.S. For any other administration being told that a White House senior adviser lacks the credibility needed to be on cable news would be a problem. Also on the list: a 2016 machete attack by a teenager against a Jewish teacher in Marseille, France; a 2016 bombing of a Sikh temple in Essen, Germany; and ...
  • Dakota Access pipeline gets final approval it needs to move forward

    Dakota Access pipeline gets final approval it needs to move forward

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    If the easement is granted, oil can start crossing under the lake, a reservoir that is part of the Missouri River, as soon as 60 days after construction starts. The $3.8 billion, 4-state pipeline is more than 90 percent complete. January 24 - President Donald Trump signs executive actions to advance the construction of the Dakota Access and Keystone XL oil pipelines.
  • It's time for the final push against Betsy DeVos

    It's time for the final push against Betsy DeVos

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    In 2014, Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.) opted to change the Senate rules to require only 51 vote to end debate for a confirmation. Democrats on Monday intensified their already-vigorous assault on the nomination. Last week , two Republicans, Sens. DeVos , the rabbis noted, has devoted her career in education to school choice and led a Political Action Committee "which promotes vouchers that would enable parents to take their children and funding away from public schools into private schools, ...
  • CNN Confirms Network Passed on Kellyanne Conway Interview

    CNN Confirms Network Passed on Kellyanne Conway Interview

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    However, Cosmopolitan reports Conway used the phrase "Bowling Green massacre" on the record with the magazine four days prior to her interview with Matthews. He did that for exactly the same reasons. "I clarified immediately", Conway said. White House adviser Kellyanne Conway recently told an interviewer: "People think I only go on TV", she said of her very frequent appearances defending President Trump and his policies .