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  • But Her Emails? Lawmakers Shrug Off Trump’s Lax Cellphone Security

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    WASHINGTON ― The Hillary Clinton email controversy received an enormous amount

    Tue, 22 May 2018 19:20:50 -0400
  • Medical examiner releases CDC doctor Timothy Cunningham's official cause of death

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    The death of a CDC employee whose body was found in an Atlanta river last

    Tue, 22 May 2018 15:45:43 -0400
  • Southern Baptist Leader Who Said Abused Women Should Just Pray Is Removed From Post

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    A prominent Southern Baptist Church leader who is known to have made

    Wed, 23 May 2018 08:00:11 -0400
  • Primaries in Southern states shed light on midterms

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    ABC News breaks down the night's primary races in Texas, Georgia, Kentucky and Arkansas.

    Tue, 22 May 2018 22:56:22 -0400
  • Georgia Dems choosing between two female gubernatorial candidates named Stacey

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    Tonight’s winner will be the first woman ever to be a major party nominee for governor in Georgia history.

    Tue, 22 May 2018 12:11:16 -0400
  • ACLU Fighting To Release Gay Man In ICE Detention Since January

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    The American Civil Liberties Union is fighting to end the monthslong detention

    Tue, 22 May 2018 19:04:23 -0400
  • Judge in New York orders 30-year-old man to leave home after parents take legal action to evict him

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    A judge in New York has ordered a 30-year-old man to leave his parents’ house, after they took legal proceedings to evict their unemployed son. Christina and Mark Rotondo sent their son Michael five notices between February 2 and March 30, to try and get him out of their home, before eventually suing to force him to leave. On Tuesday Judge Donald Greenwood, presiding over the Onondaga County Supreme Court in Syracuse, upstate New York, ordered that Michael Rotondo leave the family home. “This is outrageous!” the 30-year-old yelled in court, after the verdict was handed down. The case was brought after a series of letters from his parents failed to convince Mr Rotondo to leave. The first note read: “Michael, after a discussion with your mother, we have decided that you must leave this house immediately. “You have 14 days to vacate. You will not be allowed to return. We will take whatever actions are necessary to enforce this decision.” Mr Rotondo, who is unemployed, insisted that that was not enough notice. Eleven days later, a second letter threatened legal action if he did not leave the home in the upstate New York town of Camillus, 250 miles north of New York City. “Michael Joseph Rotondo, You are hereby evicted from 408 Weatheridge Drive, Camillus, New York effective immediately,” the note read. “You have heretofore been our guest and there is no lease or agreement that gives you any right to stay here without our consent. “A legal enforcement procedure will be instituted immediately if you do not leave by 15 March 2018.” Further notes followed, with one even offering Mr Rotondo $1,100 (£820) “so you can find a place to stay”, and another suggesting a series of options to either fix or get rid of his broken Volkswagen Passat. Stay at home children “There are jobs available even for those with a poor work history like you,” one of the notes reads. “Get one — you have to work!” But the 30-year-old, who has lived at his parents’ for the past eight years, still refused to leave — prompting his mother to enquire at their local town court in April whether they could evict their son. They were told that because Michael is family, they would need a Supreme Court justice to officially send him packing, and so they filed an official eviction proceeding on May 7. Mr Rotondo, who is acting as his own lawyer, fought unsuccessfully to have his mother’s suit thrown out of court, claiming his parents are legally required to give him six months’ notice to leave. During the 30 minute hearing, the judge tried to convince Mr Rotondo to speak directly to his parents, while he waited. Mr Rotondo refused, saying he had made his legal arguments. The judge praised Mr Rotondo's legal research in finding a prior case that appeared to show that family members get six months before an eviction, but provided a copy of the appellate court decision that overrode the case that Mr Rotondo cited. The 30-year-old even tried to force an adjournment of the hearing, noting that the room for the hearing was incorrectly listed. He also claimed he had “never been expected to contribute to household expenses, or assisted with chores and the maintenance of the premises.” “This is simply a component of his living agreement with the petitioners,” he wrote in response to his mother’s suit. He said in the court documents that he runs his own “successful” business, calling it “the overwhelmingly superior choice for the [his] economic well-being, over the working of a full-time job.” When asked what the business was, outside court he replied: “My business is my business.” After the court hearing he returned to his parents’ house. It was unclear whether he was investigating further legal action.

    Tue, 22 May 2018 17:18:37 -0400
  • Paris, May 1968 — a view from the barricades by Gökşin Sipahioğlu

    Fifty years ago, as France exploded in mass protests, words scrawled on the walls of the Sorbonne summed up the revolutionary zeal of the time: “Run free, comrade, we’ve left the old world behind!”Half a century later, the May 1968 demonstrations that brought millions of idealistic students and striking workers to the streets remain a watershed moment in France’s cultural history.Sexual liberation, artistic creativity and anti-capitalism were the order of the day. For those who were there, it was an unforgettable time.The protests swept through a France that was still ruled by the strict conservatism of Gen. Charles de Gaulle, who was then president and banned the concerts of French rocker Johnny Hallyday for causing scenes of mass hysteria.The aftershocks of the protests would be felt for years to come. (AFP) … Gökşin Sipahioğlu, a Turkish photojournalist and one of the father figures of photojournalism, covered news stories from the 1956 war in the Sinai Peninsula to Mao’s revolution in China, the Cuban missile crisis, the 1972 Munich Olympics killings, and the Prague Spring and Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia.As a correspondent for the Turkish daily Hürriyet, he came to Paris to cover the May 1968 student uprising. While many photojournalists were on the streets, Gökşin brought his curiosity, audacity, uncanny anticipation of events, and keen eye to the frontlines to freshly illuminate the quickly unfolding events. He remarked at the time:“At first I did not understand what was going on. For hours on the first day of rioting the police allowed the students to do as they liked. The students wrecked everything, ripped up paving stones, chopped down trees, erected barricades, set cars on fire. Later, in a matter of minutes, the CRS [riot police] charged the students. I asked myself, ‘Why hadn’t they charged earlier?’ I soon understood why. The authorities wanted the public to see the devastation.”While in Paris, Gökşin realized that a network was sorely needed for distribution of news photos, and he founded Sipa Press photo news agency in 1973 with American journalist Phyllis Springer. Encouraging young photographers and giving many their first chance, Gökşin created a generation of photojournalists.Photography by Gökşin Sipahioğlu/SIPA“May 68, photographs by Gökşin Sipahioğlu,” is on view at Galerie Basia Embiricos and Photo 12 Galerie in Paris through May 25, 2018. It was curated by Ferit Duzyol in collaboration with Sipa Press. _____See more news-related photo galleries and follow us on Yahoo News Photo Twitter and Tumblr.

    Tue, 22 May 2018 17:06:40 -0400
  • Spanish galleon laden with £13bn in gold found at bottom of Caribbean Sea, 300 years after sinking

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    US scientists found a Spanish galleon laden with treasure worth up to £12.6bn ($17bn) at the bottom of the Caribbean Sea, more than 300 years after it sank. The San Jose, considered the holy grail of shipwrecks, was discovered three years ago off the coast of Colombia but few details were released at the time. The 62-gun, three-masted galleon sank in June 1708, during a battle with British ships in the War of Spanish Succession, with the loss of nearly 600 lives.

    Tue, 22 May 2018 13:45:00 -0400
  • Taming the ‘animals’ of MS-13: Trump takes his gang crackdown to the suburbs

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    For the second time in a year, President Trump will travel to Long Island Wednesday for a forum on combatting MS-13, the small but violent street gang that has been a central focus of his crackdown on illegal immigration. Trump’s apparent obsession with the gang has been met with confusion and criticism.

    Wed, 23 May 2018 09:08:32 -0400
  • MSNBC Host Hugh Hewitt Suggests 'Trench Coat' Control, Not Gun Control

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    Conservative commentator Hugh Hewitt has a novel idea to curb school mass

    Tue, 22 May 2018 07:52:44 -0400
  • What Do You Say To Sexist Passengers? This Female Pilot Has The Perfect Response.

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    This female pilot is using Twitter to call out two sexist passengers.

    Tue, 22 May 2018 11:08:48 -0400
  • Military Husband Celebrates Gender Reveal With Comrades While Deployed to Japan

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    In a cute video, he found out what his wife would be having while 3,000 miles away.

    Wed, 23 May 2018 10:13:59 -0400
  • Scientists plan DNA hunt for Loch Ness monster next month

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    A global team of scientists plans to scour the icy depths of Loch Ness next month using environmental DNA (eDNA) in an experiment that may discover whether Scotland's fabled monster really does, or did, exist. "This DNA can be captured, sequenced and then used to identify that creature by comparing the sequence obtained to large databases of known genetic sequences from hundreds of thousands of different organisms," said team spokesman Professor Neil Gemmell of the University of Otago in New Zealand. The most famous picture of Nessie, known as the "surgeon’s photo", was taken in 1934 and showed a head on a long neck emerging from the water.

    Wed, 23 May 2018 09:25:27 -0400
  • GOP Candidate Who Pointed Gun At Teenager Advances To Georgia Governor Primary Runoff

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    A Republican candidate who pointed a gun at a teenager in a campaign ad has

    Tue, 22 May 2018 23:38:54 -0400
  • Parents sue their 30-year-old son because he won't move out

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    One set of parents is desperate to have an empty nest.  In Syracuse, New York, a couple is suing their 30-year-old in order to get him to move out of their house. According to News 8, the Rotondo parents say they've given their son Michael five notices over the past few months telling him to leave. They also told him that they'll help him if he does vacate. SEE ALSO: Awkward photobomb gets MUCH worse when daughter recognizes her dad as a creepy meme However, the son is saying he legally wasn't given enough notice.  You have to admire his determination. The court filings state the parent's reason for suing is that he doesn't pay for living with them and doesn't help out around the house. Under this legal reasoning, my parents probably should have sued me when I was a kid. The neighbors in the area are siding with the parents. News 8 says resident Lashea Wright stated, "It's time. He's 30. And not paying rent. You need to be independent." The Rotondo family is going to court later this month, just before the son's 31st birthday. WATCH: Here's why parents should be concerned about their kids' social media use

    Tue, 22 May 2018 11:20:10 -0400
  • Could a Mediterranean diet offset the negative effects of air pollution?

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    New US research has found that eating a Mediterranean diet may provide some protection from the harmful effects of long-term exposure to air pollution, helping to reduce the risk of heart attacks, stroke and other causes of death. Carried out by researchers at the NYU School of Medicine, the study looked at data taken from 548,699 people with an average age of 62 who were followed for a 17-year period. The researchers categorized the participants into five groups based on how strongly they adhered to a Mediterranean diet and estimated their long-term exposure to fine particulate matter (PM2.5), nitrous oxide (NO2) and ozone (O3).

    Tue, 22 May 2018 08:31:22 -0400
  • 2018 Ford Mustang GT Performance Package Level 2 First Drive: A Value-Priced GT350

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    Ford’s latest Mustang track package is about $12K shy of a GT350, but is intimately close to the top Mustang in terms of seat-of-the-pants satisfaction.

    Tue, 22 May 2018 09:00:01 -0400
  • Hairstylist: Client named Paddock said venue easy to attack

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    LAS VEGAS (AP) — A hairstylist said in documents released by police Wednesday that a client named Paddock spoke in the months before the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history that a Las Vegas Strip concert venue was susceptible to attack.

    Wed, 23 May 2018 17:36:20 -0400
  • How 3-Year-Old Princess Charlotte Took Charge of the Other Kids at the Royal Wedding: 'No, You Can't Go Yet!'

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    Leave it to Princess Charlotte to secretly run the show on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s big day.

    Wed, 23 May 2018 13:37:54 -0400
  • California Moves To Let Schools, Co-workers 'Red Flag' Dangerous Gun Owners

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    Lawmakers in the California Assembly voted Monday to advance a bill that would

    Tue, 22 May 2018 18:24:37 -0400
  • Reporter Shoved, Others Barred From EPA Meeting On Water Contaminants

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    A reporter was grabbed and shoved by a security guard at the EPA headquarters

    Tue, 22 May 2018 11:56:58 -0400
  • Pentagon disinvites China from major U.S. military exercise

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    By Idrees Ali and Phil Stewart WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Pentagon on Wednesday disinvited China from a major U.S.-hosted naval drill in response to what it sees as Beijing's militarization of islands in the South China Sea, a decision China called unconstructive. "As an initial response to China's continued militarization of the South China Sea we have disinvited the PLA Navy from the 2018 Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) Exercise," said Lieutenant Colonel Christopher Logan, a Pentagon spokesman.

    Wed, 23 May 2018 18:58:09 -0400
  • Dave Grohl Wants To Apologize To The World For ‘Massive Jerk’ Trump

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    Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl didn't hold back when asked about President

    Wed, 23 May 2018 00:42:58 -0400
  • Texas School Shooting: Father of Alleged Santa Fe Gunman Says His Son Was Bullied: 'He's a Victim'

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    Antonio Pagourtzis, father of Dimitrios Pagourtzis, says his son was "mistreated at school."

    Tue, 22 May 2018 14:04:17 -0400
  • Cops Accused Of Racism After Detaining Black Man Over 'Vegetation'

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    A Kansas police department is facing allegations of racism after a black man

    Mon, 21 May 2018 20:33:37 -0400
  • Putin's 'unlimited range' nuclear missile crashed after 22 miles, US intelligence sources claim

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    The Kremlin has denied US claims that Russia's nuclear-powered cruise missile with “unlimited” range crashed after only 22 miles.  The weapon was one of a range of “invincible” nuclear arms announced by Vladimir Putin during a speech in March.  “Since its range is unlimited, it can manoeuvre as long as you want,” Mr Putin said. “For now, no one in the world has anything like this.” But sources with direct knowledge of a US intelligence report told CNBC that four tests of the missile between November and February all resulted in crashes.  The longest flight lasted two minutes and covered 22 miles, while shortest ended only four seconds and five miles after launch, they said.  CNN previously quoted a US official as saying the cruise missile had crashed during tests. Mr Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov denied the reported US intelligence findings when asked on Tuesday.  An Iskander ballistic missile rolls through Red Square during the Victory Day parade on May 9 Credit: Mikhail Svetlov/Getty Images “Listen to the president of Russia Vladimir Putin and believe him,” Mr Peskov said.  After taking off with conventional fuel, the cruise missile is designed to be powered by a small nuclear reactor during flight. Although Mr Putin had said the nuclear unit had successfully powered up and “provided the necessary level of thrust,” US intelligence claimed this component had failed to start.  Kremlin officials allegedly ordered the tests over objections from engineers that the weapon system was not ready.  The US intelligence report did not mention the health or environmental impacts potentially caused by damages to the missile's reactor. We are in Dr. Strangelove: Putin has promised a nuclear-powered nuclear missile with an "unlimited range." "No one in the world has such a thing" pic.twitter.com/hqPwWk9l0n— Alec Luhn (@ASLuhn) March 1, 2018 Vladimir Putin first touted the cruise missile during a sabre-rattling March speech in which he said Russia had developed “invincible” nuclear arms including a glider warhead, hypersonic missile and underwater drone. One of the accompanying computer animations showed warheads raining down on Florida. The “Dagger” hypersonic missiles Mr Putin mentioned were later displayed on the belly of MiG-31 jets roaring over Red Square during the annual Victory Day parade this month.   The new nuclear weapons were designed to overcome US missile defence systems in countries like Poland and Romania, which “violate the strategic balance” between nuclear powers, he argued.  “No one wanted to listen to us. Listen to us now,” Mr Putin said.  The hypersonic missile seen over Red Square during the parade is known as the "Kinzhal," or "Dagger" Credit: Pavel Golovkin/AP Photo The speech raised fears of a Cold War-style arms race, as US president Donald Trump promised this year to expand the US nuclear arsenal to Russia. While the Russian cruise missile does not appear to be ready, the hypersonic glider warhead able to penetrate US defences will be operational by 2020, CNBC quoted US officials as saying.  Russia tested the highly manoeuvrable weapon twice in 2016, they said. A third test launch in 2017 crashed seconds before hitting its target, but Moscow is expected to try again this summer.  

    Tue, 22 May 2018 08:30:18 -0400
  • Exasperated man strolls past bomb squad to empty suspicious package before being rugby-tackled by FBI

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    A man apparently exasperated by police officers’ decision to place a wide cordon around a suspicious package was bundled to the ground when he breezed right through it and tipped out the bag’s contents. The drama took place at an intersection on Wisconsin Avenue in downtown Milwaukee on Monday, reports said. Police had been called to the suspicious package placed on top of an electrical box shortly before 7am.

    Tue, 22 May 2018 08:02:00 -0400
  • Florida marks milestone in Everglades python control program

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    HOMESTEAD, Fla. (AP) — Florida is marking a milestone in its attempt to control an infestation of Burmese pythons in the Everglades.

    Tue, 22 May 2018 23:21:34 -0400
  • Federal Court Sides With Transgender Teen Gavin Grimm In Bathroom Fight

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    A Virginia federal court on Tuesday denied a motion to dismiss the case of

    Tue, 22 May 2018 18:15:22 -0400
  • Shoppers Boycott Publix Over Store's Donations To NRA-Backed Candidate

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    Some Florida shoppers are vowing to boycott grocery store Publix ahead of the

    Tue, 22 May 2018 13:46:29 -0400
  • China rebuffs U.S. concerns about ties with Venezuela

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    China rebuffed U.S. concerns about its ties with Venezuela on Tuesday after Washington imposed new sanctions on the crisis-stricken oil-producing country following the re-election of its socialist President Nicolas Maduro. Maduro, the 55-year-old successor to late leftist leader Hugo Chavez, hailed his win in Sunday's election as a victory against "imperialism". In response to the vote, U.S. President Donald Trump issued an executive order restricting Venezuela's ability to liquidate state assets and debt in the United States, the latest in a series of sanctions that seeks to choke off financing for the already cash-strapped government.

    Tue, 22 May 2018 03:50:08 -0400
  • Prince Harry had a stand-off with a bumblebee during a speech about his dad

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    Bumblebees couldn't care less if you're a member of the royal family. If it wants to buzz around the ear of the son and brother of two future kings, then it's jolly well going to.  Prince Harry was busy giving a speech for his dad's 70th birthday patronage celebration when a bumblebee spooked him and forced him to explain his wild gesticulating. Skip forward to around 4:35 and you'll see Prince Harry bat away a bee as he's giving a speech  Just as Harry was talking about his father's "selfless drive to affect change," he found himself being bothered by the bee. So, he waved his arm around in the hope that it would disappear.  "To say that—sorry, that bee really got me!" said Harry after appearing to lose his place in his speech.  The Duchess of Sussex—a.k.a. Meghan Markle—had a good ol' chuckle to herself along with the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Charles. Poor Harry!

    Wed, 23 May 2018 07:32:38 -0400
  • In pictures: The world's top-rated landmarks 2018, according to TripAdvisor

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    Tue, 22 May 2018 08:53:18 -0400
  • Ex-Trump Adviser Calls President's Claims That Informant Spied On Campaign 'Embarrassing'

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    A former adviser to President Donald Trump on Monday fired back at the

    Tue, 22 May 2018 08:40:54 -0400
  • Two Sherpa guides killed on Everest

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    Two Sherpa guides working on Everest were confirmed dead Tuesday, bringing the death toll on the world's highest peak this spring climbing season to five. The two guides -- both ethnic Sherpas from the valleys that surround Everest -- were working on opposite sides of the mountain, which straddles the border between Nepal and Tibet. Experienced guide Damai Sarki Sherpa, 37, fell more than 60 metres into a crevasse on Monday as he was helping a foreign climber to a rescue helicopter on the Nepal side of the mountain.

    Tue, 22 May 2018 09:27:39 -0400
  • Florida Police Report 2 Dead After Standoff At Panama City Apartment Complex

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    A Florida man suspected of killing one person and injuring another has died

    Tue, 22 May 2018 14:24:39 -0400
  • Israeli air force chief confirms first F-35 airstrike

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    JERUSALEM (AP) — The head of Israel's air force on Tuesday revealed that it used the next-generation F-35 fighter jet for the first time during a recent mission.

    Tue, 22 May 2018 14:37:33 -0400
  • 'He's a Victim.' Father of Santa Fe Shooting Suspect Thinks He Was Bullied

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    'The kid didn't own guns. I owned guns'

    Tue, 22 May 2018 17:42:03 -0400
  • Baby Asian Elephant Born After Mother Was Pregnant for More Than 2 Years

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    Thi Hi Way's unnamed son was born an incredible 3 months late.

    Tue, 22 May 2018 13:21:27 -0400
  • House passes bipartisan prison reform bill

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    By Sarah N. Lynch WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A bipartisan bill to reform the federal prison system by helping inmates prepare for life after their release and reduce recidivism rates passed the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday, paving the way for it to be considered by the Senate. The First Step Act does not contain a broader overhaul favored by some moderate conservatives and progressives seeking changes to mandatory minimum sentencing laws that have kept many low-level offenders behind bars for decades. The bill's top Democratic and Republican sponsors have said such broad reforms should be left out for now as a compromise to get legislation passed by the Senate and signed into law.

    Tue, 22 May 2018 18:28:01 -0400
  • Disney Reveals Opening Seasons For 'Star Wars' Theme Park Lands

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    Disney's "Star Wars"-themed lands at its California and Florida resorts now

    Wed, 23 May 2018 04:49:40 -0400
  • Why the Glock 21 and HK45 Are 2 of the Best .45 Caliber Guns on the Planet

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    In reality, the Glock 21 is actually one of the best, and most affordable, .45 ACP pistols on the market. The Glock 21 carries thirteen rounds in a double stack magazine that is wider than the 1911—but is not uncomfortable to hold.

    Tue, 22 May 2018 10:22:00 -0400
  • There Are Some Problems With This Commemorative Trump-Kim Jong Un Coin

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    A commemorative coin released by the White House is drawing ire over its

    Tue, 22 May 2018 18:55:39 -0400
  • Which Car Was Killed Before it Could Succeed?

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    Lots of great cars never get the chance they deserve.

    Wed, 23 May 2018 11:30:00 -0400
  • Cadillac XT6 Spied Still Covered In Thick Camo

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    This is a much-needed addition to Cadillac’s lineup.

    Tue, 22 May 2018 16:43:13 -0400
  • Amazing video shows eagle battling fox for rabbit in mid-air

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    An eagle and fox were captured battling it out in mid-air for a rabbit.

    Tue, 22 May 2018 18:53:20 -0400
  • Man agrees to life sentence for killing S Carolina officer

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    COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — A 47-year-old banking worker and military veteran with a spotless criminal record for more than 20 years was sentenced Tuesday to spend the rest of his life in prison for two ambushes on police officers in South Carolina that killed one deputy and wounded three others.

    Tue, 22 May 2018 14:53:35 -0400
  • Ukraine tests anti-tank missiles bought from US

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    Ukraine on Tuesday carried out tests of the top of the range Javelin anti-tank missile it recently bought from the United States to boost its arsenal against Russian-backed rebels. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko posted video on Twitter showing a missile being fired and blowing up a target at a military testing ground. "Finally the day has come," Poroshenko said after the test, which he claimed boosted Ukraine's military capabilities as it fights a long-running conflict with Russian-backed separatists in its east.

    Tue, 22 May 2018 13:18:08 -0400
  • 25 Decor Scores to Snag from Nordstrom's Half-Yearly Sale

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    Wed, 23 May 2018 13:16:30 -0400
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