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The children's mother, Gigi Ulrich-Woodard Sandhu, age 46, was only to have supervised visits with them, according to police. She was believed to be traveling north, possibly out of state, St. She may also go by Gigi Sandhu, authorities said. Urlich-Woodard is approximately 5-feet-8-inches, with brown hair and brown eyes and weighs about 350 pounds.
  • Haiti postpones presidential election again

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    A former Haitian coup leader wanted by the United States for smuggling cocaine called on his supporters on Sunday to resist "anarchists" who forced a presidential election to be canceled, in a sign of deep polarization that could lead to more unrest.
  • Zika virus confirmed in Minnesotan back from Honduras

    Zika virus confirmed in Minnesotan back from Honduras

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    LA County health officials said Tuesday that the adolescent girl contracted the disease when she traveled to El Salvador in late November, but she has since recovered. Curtis Lowery, Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialist and Chairman of the OBGYN Department at UAMS. The US is gearing up to fight the risky Zika virus as President Barack Obama calls for development of vaccines and therapeutics to fight the deadly mosquito-born infection.
  • Rene Angelil 'a tough act to follow', son says at funeral

    Rene Angelil 'a tough act to follow', son says at funeral

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    Celine Dion has invited the whole world to attend Rene Angelil's funeral on Friday by watching the service online. "Je t'aime papa". Archbishop of Montreal Christian Lepine will preside over today's ceremony, which is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m.
  • Bernie Sanders surges ahead in Iowa, Donald Trump consolidates lead

    Bernie Sanders surges ahead in Iowa, Donald Trump consolidates lead

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    The self-described democratic socialist fared better among Democrats on economic policy and support for the middle class. They preferred the former secretary of state on foreign policy. In addition to the endorsements, Clinton is outpacing Sanders in donations from the state, according to filings with the Federal Election Commission.
  • US Supreme Court To Hear Case On Obama's Immigration Actions

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    Despite the unfortunate structure of a lawsuit in which immigrants' interests can not be adequately represented by the Obama Administration, which has deported them in record numbers, justice demands that the Supreme Court reverse the injunction and allow DAPA and the expanded DACA [Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals] initiatives to stand.
  • Arrests made in connection with 3 OC escaped inmates, sheriff says

    Arrests made in connection with 3 OC escaped inmates, sheriff says

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    Investigators are trying to determine what tools were used in the escape . The sheriff did not release the names of those arrested, or say what charges they face. Sheriff's spokesman Lt. Jeff Hallock has said the first body count was done an hour late due to a disturbance that may have been a diversion to help the trio with their escape.
  • Russia: No firm plans to coordinate oil output with OPEC

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    He added, "The main initiative is being shown by, of course, our Saudi partners; they are the main negotiators". Market prices for benchmark Brent and WTI crude dropped to a 12-year low in mid-January, sliding below the historic level of $30 a barrel before slightly recovering after January 20.
  • Unsanctioned Democratic debate scheduled for next week in NH

    Unsanctioned Democratic debate scheduled for next week in NH

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    The event is not sanctioned by the Democratic National Committee. "In keeping with the best traditions of the New Hampshire primary, we have always believed that the voters of the Granite State deserve more than one opportunity to see their candidates for president debate side by side", said John Bivona, O'Malley's New Hampshire state director.
  • CDC: Zika Virus In Minnesota, No Threat Of Spreading

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    The Zika virus is spread by the same Aedes aegypti mosquito that transmits dengue fever and yellow fever. Meanwhile, a Danish hospital confirmed that a tourist had been infected with the disease after visiting South and Central America.
  • Donald Trump has dropped out of the Fox News debate

    Donald Trump has dropped out of the Fox News debate

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    As someone who wrote one of the best-selling business books of all time, The Art of the Deal , who has built an incredible company, including some of the most valuable and iconic assets in the world, and as someone who has a personal net worth of many billions of dollars, Mr.
  • Downtown Fire in New Orleans

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    The six-alarm fire also caused major traffic problems for morning commuters, shutting down roads and public transportation in the immediate area. But some nervous residents of an apartment building around the corner made a decision to get out amid acrid smoke and temperatures in the 40s.
  • 19 in the United States infected with Zika Virus

    19 in the United States infected with Zika Virus

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    Health Commissioner Dr. Marissa Levine says the resident traveled to a country where the Zika virus transmission is ongoing. Zika is spread by mosquitoes, and in most people causes no more than mild illness. There is no known vaccine now for the virus. And since the virus is new to the USA, most people have no immunity to it. Spokeswoman Meg Mirivel would not say whether Tuesday if the infected person is a man or woman or give the person's age.
  • Tina Fey revists Sarah Palin impression on 'SNL'

    Tina Fey revists Sarah Palin impression on 'SNL'

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    Dressed in the same sparkly top that Palin wore in Iowa, Fey delivered a monologue that, as usual, perfectly encapsulated Palin's voice and mannerisms, while skewering the former Governor of Alaska's particular brand of folksy, populist speechifying.
  • CDC expands Zika virus travel alert

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    While the exact correlation between a Zika infection and microcephaly is unclear, officials believe that pregnant women who are bitten by infected mosquitoes may be transmitting the virus to their fetuses through the placenta.
  • 1 dead from listeria linked to Dole salads, CDC says

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    The 12 people hospitalized have been from six USA states: Indiana, Michigan, Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. "If you have eaten a Dole brand packaged salad", the CDC said in a news release, "and do not have any symptoms, most experts believe that tests or treatment are not needed, even for persons at higher risk for listeriosis".
  • Blizzard paralyzed US East Coast

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    Nancy Campbell of Winchester, Va. uses a broom to clear snow from the roof of her Jeep Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016, after an historic winter storm dumped more than 30 inches of snow in the area. The National Weather Service said 17.8 inches fell in Washington , tying as the fourth-largest snowfall in the city's history. At Dupont Circle, hundreds of people gathered to pelt each other with snowballs.
  • Winter Storm Jonas Broke Snowfall Records in MD & PA, But Not DC

    Winter Storm Jonas Broke Snowfall Records in MD & PA, But Not DC

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    The House of Representatives is expected to begin voting on February 1, after closing for the upcoming week "due to the severity of the winter storm in the D.C. But the 17.8 inches of snow that fell at Reagan National Airport was just the fourth highest on record in Washington, Susan Buchanan, acting director of public affairs at the NWS, told CNSNews.com in an email.
  • Active shooter reported at Naval Medical Center in San Diego

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    Witnesses said they heard three shots fired just after 8 a.m. possibly coming from the basement of the building. "Apparently someone said they heard three shots in the basement of Building 26". Naval medical center is located at 34800 Bob Wilson Drive, San Diego , CA 92134 and serves a large amount of military personnel, retirees and family members every day.
  • Details about 12 Marines missing in Hawaii helicopter crash

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    The Marine Corps released the following statement expressing condolences for those affected by the crash. This Friday, Jan. 15, 2016, photo provided by the U.S. However, Marine spokesman Capt. Timothy Irish says he's not sure they collided because an investigation into the crash hasn't been completed. "We think they collided because both of them went down", Mario Vittone, a retired Coast Guardsman who is an expert on sea survival, said Sunday from Florida.
  • Forum over Oregon standoff canceled over safety concerns

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    Members of the group, who are occupying the site to oppose federal land use policies, recently posted videos to social media that show them looking at some of the relics and criticizing the way the federal government has stored them. OR lawmakers have been increasing their pressure on federal authorities to step in and end the occupation. "I don't mind standing out and standing alone", he said.
  • Tonya Couch's Bond Reduced From $1M to $75K

    Tonya Couch's Bond Reduced From $1M to $75K

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    She said, Couch has complied since her arrest. " Tonya did not violate any law of the State of Texas , and she is eager to have her day in court". The couple originally married in 1996, but divorced 10 years later.
  • Listeria outbreak shuts down OH plant, prompts recall

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    One person has died and 11 others are hospitalized after eating packaged salads linked to a listeria outbreak . On Friday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that 12 people in six states - Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, Indiana, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania - had been affected by the illness.
  • Who's going to win Super Bowl 50?

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    There's such a fine line today between winning and losing". It's not Peyton Manning vs. Cam Newton . He's leaving behind his camera. In fact, it was 30 years ago that he was part of a Bears team that entered the Super Bowl with just a loss to their name.
  • No-guns policy to be enforced at forum over Oregon standoff

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    The FBI has said it's seeking a peaceful resolution to the standoff. Though FBI negotiations are typically held out of public view, Bundy on Thursday went to the FBI command  post  at the Burns airport. The group has recently bolstered a front entrance blockade with timbers and set up another checkpoint at a back entrance. "It's the third highest ranking award in the USA military".
  • Tennessee couple claims a share of Powerball jackpot

    Tennessee couple claims a share of Powerball jackpot

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    Robinson said he would take the lump sum. The lump sum payout is about $327 million. The Robinsons say the first thing they'll do with the money is pay off their daughter's student loans. John & Lisa Robinson won the Powerball in Tennessee. Lisa works at a dermatologist's office. The couple is in their middle 50s. Mary Sue's husband, Roy Smith, called them "fine people", dependable and hard-working.
  • No Injuries From Magnitude-6.8 Earthquake In Alaska

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    Geological Survey. About two hours later, a magnitude-4.3 aftershock hit the Cook Inlet, in addition to another smaller quake with a 3.2 magnitude. The US Geological Survey, updating its earlier location for the quake, said it struck at 10:30 GMT and was centered about 83 kilometers (51 miles) east of Old Iliamna.
  • Haiti Again Suspends Its Presidential Runoff. Few Solutions In Sight

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    This is while current President Michel Martelly is constitutionally barred from seeking re-election and is required to leave office no later than February 7. There has been growing concern that a flawed runoff would push Haiti to the edge of tumult, rolling back a decade of relative political stability and putting the brakes on foreign investment.
  • FBI Defends 'Measured' Response to Oregon Wildlife Refuge Occupation

    FBI Defends 'Measured' Response to Oregon Wildlife Refuge Occupation

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    After 20 days of holding the fed-owned wildlife reserves hostage, even locals who understand Ammon Bundy's political motivation are becoming opposed to the continued stand-off. On Thursday, the armed group's leader went to the municipal airport in Burns, Oregon, close to where officials have set up a staging area. 96 Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA ...
  • New York's JFK airport reopens after 'Snowzilla' with Air India flight

    New York's JFK airport reopens after 'Snowzilla' with Air India flight

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    Over 1,100 flights for Monday were canceled, with Newark Liberty most impacted at over 220 canceled flights, or over 40 percent of its planned total. Though the New Jersey and NY airports recovered relatively quickly, the Washington airports continued to have a high percentage of cancellations Sunday and Monday.