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Phoenix serial killing suspect arrested in deaths of 7

Yesterday, they announced they had arrested Saucedo, a former city bus driver, over the killings while providing scant detail about what motivated him or details about how they made a break in the case, other than to credit tips. During the height of Saucedo's alleged killing spree, in summer of 2016, locals described West Phoenix as a "ghost town". The Associated Press was unable to reach Sau... [Full Article...]

Tips Lead To Suspect In Arizona Serial Killings

Police credited the public with helping to solve the case, adding that 3,300 tips were made to a special crime hot line. A 23-year-old Phoenix man arrested in a series of shootings in which nine people were killed is proclaiming his innocence. [Full Article...]

Will Trump allow oil drilling off Jersey Shore?

Earlier this week, Trump signed an executive order to review 21 years worth of national monument designations. In a move decried by environmentalists and climate change experts, President Donald Trump on Friday signed an executive order for his administration to scrutinize federal rules that bar offshore drilling. [Full Article...]

Ryan on Republicans not reading the bill: 'Bogus attack' from the left

Ryan on Republicans not reading the bill: 'Bogus attack' from the left Many Republicans will claim this bill eliminates the Affordable Care Act. The House bill would cut federal spending on Medicaid by $880 billion over 10 years. "I was in a body of people who actually voted to harm Americans", Garamendi said. "It would require dramatic changes that would be incredibly significant to those hospitals, because of the higher percentage of Medicaid there, and they're rel... [Full Article...]

United States seeks tough action against North Korea but China shows no inclination

United States seeks tough action against North Korea but China shows no inclination North Korea test-fired a ballistic missile early Saturday but the launch failed just after lift-off, the US military said, just hours after the top USA diplomat called on other nations to cut diplomatic and economic ties with Pyongyang. The paper's commentary included a threat that intercontinental ballistic rockets will "fly into the United States if [ Washington ].shows any slight sign of provoc... [Full Article...]

DeVos compares school choice to switching phone carriers

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, at my invitation, will speak at Bethune-Cookman University's spring commencement. The students do not believe that DeVos understands that the importance, contribution, and significance of a historically black college. [Full Article...]

'Bachelor' Star Chris Soules Arrested for Leaving Scene of Deadly Car Crash

'Bachelor' Star Chris Soules Arrested for Leaving Scene of Deadly Car Crash KWWL News 7 reports that the victim killed was 66-year-old Kenneth Mosher . According to Iowa State Patrol spokesman Sgt. Scott Bright's statement to the Des Moines Register , Soules left the truck and went north on foot, where he was found and arrested. [Full Article...]

FBI's Comey defends Clinton email decision, but feels 'nauseous'

FBI's Comey defends Clinton email decision, but feels 'nauseous' Comey also says Russian Federation is responsible for hacking the Democratic National Committee. Clinton and many congressional Democrats have claimed that the FBI's unprecedented intervention tipped the balance in a close election and gave Republican Donald Trump a critical last-minute boost. [Full Article...]

Kushner Family Apologizes for Referring to White House Adviser Jared Kushner

Kushner's sister, Nicole Kushner Meyer, took to the stage at Beijing's Ritz-Carlton hotel on Saturday as part of a tour of mainland cities to attract wealthy Chinese investors into a New Jersey luxury development with the chance of getting a United States green card in return. [Full Article...]

Trump signs order to expand offshore oil, gas drilling

President Donald Trump's executive order seeking to find new ocean expanses in the Atlantic and the Arctic for offshore drilling is unlikely to reach its goals anytime soon, but instead will kick off a yearslong review and a legal battle. [Full Article...]

States brace for big decisions under GOP health care changes

States brace for big decisions under GOP health care changes That momentous announcement brought a very short-lived reprieve, as last Thursday the House Republicans narrowly passed Trumpcare 2.0, despite overwhelming opposition from major medical organizations (AMA, American Hospital Association, American Nurses Association, 10 health advocacy groups, including American Heart Association and March of Dimes), AARP, and many everyday Americans. [Full Article...]

ABC Hammers FBI Director Comey, Push that He Swayed Election

ABC Hammers FBI Director Comey, Push that He Swayed Election The director replied that he could not confirm that in public without permission from the Justice Department, which, he said, would have had to authorized any such investigation. Hours later after Clinton's remarks, Trump tweeted that Comey was "the best thing that ever happened to Hillary Clinton in that he gave her a free pass for many bad deeds!" Clinton during an interview Tuesday insisted, ... [Full Article...]

US Fraternity Brothers Charged Over Horrific Hazing Death Of Pledge

On the morning of February 3, police were called to the Beta Theta Pi fraternity house, where 19-year-old Piazza was found unconscious, about 12 hours after he fell down the stairs. Piazza, of Lebanon, New Jersey suffered an injury during the pledging events that he died from two days later. Beta Theta Pi is facing charges of involuntary manslaughter, hazing, furnishing alcohol to minors a... [Full Article...]

National Monuments The President Wants To Strip Of Protections

National Monuments The President Wants To Strip Of Protections They view numerous monuments as being opportunities for the government to snatch up land, despite the feelings of local residents. The order specifically asks for a review of the 1.35 million-acre Bears Ears National Monument in Utah. [Full Article...]

May Day Protesters Focus on Trump's Anti-Immigrant Policies

Along with the rally, activists organized two marches that set off from Everett and East Boston and ended together in Chelsea, which proclaims that it is a "sanctuary city". A rally called "Rise Up: Immigrant Rights and Workers' Rights" will be held at Foley Square in Lower Manhattan at 5 p.m. Speakers will include union leaders, activists, and elected officials, including Public Advocate Letici... [Full Article...]

Wildfire on Georgia-Florida border could burn for months

He encouraged residents to bring whatever personal items they might need for an extended shelter stay. The communities are on the edge of Georgia's Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge . Six years ago, a wildfire burned more than 300,000 acres of the 407,000-acre refuge, said Mark Davis, a spokesman for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, which runs the refuge. [Full Article...]

Landslide win for Moon in South Korea election

Landslide win for Moon in South Korea election The system has angered Beijing, which says its powerful radars allow Washington to spy on its own military operations. Both became leading figures in the pro-democracy protests that swept the country in 1987 and led to South Korea's first direct presidential elections the same year. [Full Article...]

Motive for University of Texas stabbings unclear

Motive for University of Texas stabbings unclear When University of Texas police asked Kendrex White if he knew why he was being questioned he replied, "Yes, accusations of pushing someone down and I think using a bladed weapon", according to an arrest affidavit cited by KVUE . "A text alert told us there was a threat on-campus", said UT Austin Joseph Strassman about the incident. "We all mourn today". Stuart Bayliss , a graduate of ... [Full Article...]

Penn State fraternity, members charged in pledge's death

The night of February 2, the pledges consumed four to five drinks of wine, beer or liquor in a two-minute period, the statement said, quoting a police officer who questioned pledges. He didn't respond. They put a backpack on him to keep him from rolling over. The following morning, when it became clear Piazza needed emergency medical attention, the members called for help. [Full Article...]

Judges raise thorny questions about revised Trump travel ban

Judges raise thorny questions about revised Trump travel ban Wall also urged the judges to narrow the Maryland district judge's ruling. It is not clear when the appeals court will rule, although by hearing it initially as a full court, something the 4th Circuit has rarely done, the judges have indicated they recognize the urgency of a case loaded with legal and political ramifications. [Full Article...]


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