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I said that's right - she's makes it up”. Donald Trump came up with a new insult for Hillary Clinton on Friday, calling her a “thief” and charging that she sucks up to President Obama so he will keep her out of jail over her ­email scandal.
  • Microsoft Restricts Windows 10 Cortana Search; Users Disappointed

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    Gavin added that to deliver the personalized search experience, Microsoft integrated Cortana , Edge and Bing. Of course there is the argument that Microsoft is simply attempting to steer more users to Bing and Edge by denying Cortana integration with any other browser.
  • New Bernie Sanders Vs. Hillary Clinton Polls

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    Trump took a commanding lead over his rivals with 61 percent of the vote, followed by Ohio Gov. John Kasich with 25 percent, and 12 percent went to Texas Sen. Trump has defended his previously affable relationship with the Clintons as just one of the many he maintained to benefit his business interests. Democratic candidates need 2,383 delegates.
  • Miami Heat Have No Chance In 2016 NBA Playoffs

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    After the All-Star break, Deng averaged 15 points on 46 percent shooting and 8.1 rebounds per game , all massive upticks from his pre-break stats. The Miami Heat have been one of the better franchises over the last decade. "I'm just going to go play and play as hard as I can and fill any void that we see as a team ", Griffin told reporters. We have to have more readiness to play...
  • New England Patriots full 2016 NFL Draft picks

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    FOXBORO - When the penalized Patriots finally made their first pick in this 2016 NFL Draft - after seething through 59 other picks - Bill Belichick opted to play the familiarity card. "I'm just excited to be a sponge in the room and get around those guys and learn from them". Thuney is the first Wolfpack offensive lineman to go in the first three rounds since Chris Colmer in 2005.
  • New poll finds Cruz with double-digit lead in Indiana

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    The Republican front-runner said Cruz "can only successfully win support by wooing delegates with "steaks" and "trips". "If we win IN, it's over", a confident Trump , 69, told a rally IN Evansville Thursday. Fiorina challenged Boxer for her Senate seat in 2010, and lost the election by 10 points. Pence is probably most ideologically aligned with Cruz , who is facing a must-win situation in Indiana .
  • New details released in Pike County murder investigation as memorial fund announced

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    Well-planned. The Ohio massacre of eight family members in execution-style killings was a "sophisticated operation" that will require a lengthy investigation, officials said on Sunday. "It was for something much bigger than that". DeWine provided no further details about the illicit marijuana growing operations. Early in the weekend, officials were investigating whether the shooter or shooters could have been among the dead, but cautioned that scenario was unlikely.
  • Possible Running Mates for Clinton

    Possible Running Mates for Clinton

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    Warren resisted those entreaties, but she has inserted herself into the 2016 debate with gusto - leveling withering attacks on Republican candidates Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, and applauding elements of both Clinton's and Sanders' proposals to take on Wall Street.
  • Prince was treated for 'drug overdose' before death

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    They found Prince unresponsive in an elevator and attempted to revive him. He was pronounced dead at 10:07 a.m. CDT, Variety wrote. After his representatives demanded a private room, which the hospital was unable to afford him, Prince left the hospital just three hours after arriving and departed for home.
  • Golden State Warriors: Stephen Curry's MRI reveals nothing of concern

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    When you lost the MVP, you have a concern. Now, Curry has until Thursday night's Game 3 in Houston to try to get healthy. "I think we're the deepest team in the National Basketball Association". "We always use it every night". Harden, who also had 11 assists, thought a golden opportunity slipped away. Klay Thompson said, in total hilarious deadpan, about life without Curry .
  • Verizon strike could mean service delays

    Verizon strike could mean service delays

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    Tonas said the CWA has been working with Verizon since August 2015 when their last labor contract expired, but no agreement has been reached yet and about 39,000 workers have been working without a contract. Verizon has said health care issues for retirees and current workers must be addressed due to rising medical costs. Walkout could hamper Verizon's Fios Internet, telephone and TV services and business in a number of states at the East Coast .
  • NY primary election: Where to vote, polling hours

    NY primary election: Where to vote, polling hours

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    State Assemblyman Fred Theil, the only Independent assemblyman, introduced two bills that would allow independents to vote in local, state and national primaries. "We're not operating under the misconception that a few days before the primary we're going to push through legislation that's going to change it... but we're trying to shed light on the glaring dysfunction".
  • Taxes not due until April 18

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    Jim Donahue, a resident of Andover, said Wednesday he has already filed his taxes but did know some people who hadn't done so yet. There are ways to abate the penalties. In addition to offering free tax services, organizations like Goodwill want to educate the community about seeking reliable tax services, in order to not fall victim to other companies who charge hidden fees or do not meet the proper qualifications.
  • Democratic Debate Tonight: What Time & Channel Is It On?

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    Next to California, New York is the offers the most delegates for candidates to accumulate in the remaining primaries, and that makes the stakes Thursday higher. Louis noted that the media is a bonafide industry in NY, unlike in most other cites. The pre-speech line-up incorporated a slate of NY celebrities and bands including actress Rosario Dawson, filmmaker Spike Lee, and the indie-rock band Vampire Weekend, who performed at dusk at the base of the park's recognizable marble arch.
  • John Charlton: 'I dismembered Ingrid Lyne with a 15 inch pruning saw'

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    A judge doubled bail to $2 million Tuesday for Charlton, 37, who was arrested north of Seattle on Monday morning, finding probable cause to hold him for investigation of possible second-degree murder charges. Ray Charlton said his son was verbally abusive and "tried continuously to provoke a fight". He said he thought they had sex and she was acting "weird", but provided no other details.
  • Dustin Diamond Early Release from Prison... Scrubbed Way to Freedom

    Dustin Diamond Early Release from Prison... Scrubbed Way to Freedom

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    Authorities released the actor on Monday after he spent three months in the hoosegow, despite that he was sentenced 120 days for stabbing a dude in a bar because the dude refused Diamond's Smirnoff Ice offer. Diamond said he was defending his girlfriend. He began serving the sentence in mid-January and took part in Ozaukee County's jail porter program.
  • Washington mom missing after date at baseball game

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    Representatives on the Seattle Police Department and the Renton Police Department didn't immediately respond to requests for comments Monday. The King County Medical Examiner's Office will make the final determination of identity. "The purse, the telephone and everything was in the house". Neighbors say investigators have been in the neighborhood all weekend. But friends and neighbors realized something unusual had happened when she did not turn up the following morning to collect her ...
  • How many delegates do Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump need to win?

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    Surveys of the convention delegates already picked show that while Trump, a brash one-time television reality show host, is likely to have a plurality of convention delegates on the first ballot, many delegates could switch to support Cruz on the second ballot or beyond.
  • Wrong Kind of Record: Padres Score No Runs Through First Three Games

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    Solo home runs by Maeda in the fourth inning and Yasiel Puig in the eighth padded the lead. Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers beat the Padres 15-0 Monday, the most lopsided opening-day shutout in major league history. He was signed after spending his first eight pro seasons with the Hiroshima Carp of the Japanese Central League. Maeda is the first Dodger to homer in his debut since Jose Offerman in 1990.
  • UT Steps Up Security After Body of Student Found on Campus

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    Dance faculty members met Haruka, a Portland, Ore. native, two years ago at the National High School Dance Festival and immediately started recruiting her, Fenves said. Still, UT police were asking students to not walk alone at night and to instead use the SURE walk program . "Be aware of your surroundings at all times".
  • Wisconsin voters divulge presidential primary picks

    Wisconsin voters divulge presidential primary picks

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    That year, turnout was 45 percent. Wisconsin may have the most consequential down-ballot race of the 2016 primary so far, according to Kyle Kondik, managing editor of Sabato's Crystal Ball at the University of Virginia's Center for Politics.
  • Tourist helicopter crashes in Tennessee, fatalities reported

    Tourist helicopter crashes in Tennessee, fatalities reported

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    WVLT-TV in Knoxville reported Monday afternoon that the chopper belonged to Smoky Mountain Helicopters and was carrying five people during an aerial scenic tour. According to the Smoky Mountains Helicopters' website, the company has been offering tours of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Cherokee, Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and surrounding areas since 1964.
  • Donald Trump changes mind on abortion after saying it should be illegal

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    FARGO, N.D. (AP) — Presidential hopeful Ted Cruz told attendees at the North Dakota Republican convention Saturday that their presidential delegates could decide the nomination. "And I think we have to leave it that way". It was the second time in days that he'd stepped in hot water over the issue. The 69-year-old Trump - who has been a Democrat, a political independent and is only a recent convert to the "pro-life" anti-abortion position - has been accused of flip-flopping on the issue.
  • Protesters Rally in Minneapolis After Jamar Clark Shooting Decision

    Protesters Rally in Minneapolis After Jamar Clark Shooting Decision

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    Harteau was sharply criticized last week for putting out a video that said violence wouldn't be tolerated after the prosecutor's decision. One of the officers had tried to handcuff Clark, and DNA evidence showed that in the ensuing struggle, Clark got his hand on Ringgenberg's gun, Freeman said.
  • EWTN Founder Mother Angelica Dies On Easter Sunday

    EWTN Founder Mother Angelica Dies On Easter Sunday

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    If the network has grown so much in recent years, it is also due to the fact that Mother Angelica - who left leadership in 2000 - has ceaselessly watched over it with her prayers, despite being bedridden for nearly 15 years. She was cured when Rhonda Wise, a woman from Canton (the town in OH where she lived) to whom miraculous cures were attributed to, told her to recite a novena to St.
  • EWTN's Mother Angelica dies at the age of 92

    EWTN's Mother Angelica dies at the age of 92

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    The spark then flared up when she realized that the owner of the studio where she recorded her transmission wanted to broadcast a program she considered to be blasphemous. "Mother Angelica was fearless because she had God on her side", Anderson added. The injury lasted for two years, and even worse, she needed a surgical operation.
  • EWTN chaplain recounts Mother Angelica's last days

    EWTN chaplain recounts Mother Angelica's last days

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    Gill says the archdiocese will also honor Mother Angelica during a special Mass on Thursday at 7:30 p.m., in the cathedral chapel in Philadelphia. "We thank God for Mother Angelica and for the gift of her extraordinary life", he said. Even though she had largely retired to silence after a devastating cerebral hemorrhage in 2001, she left indelible memories of the cable broadcasts she had begun in the 1980s - by turns feisty, funny, folksy, and ferocious as she expounded on the sacred mysteries ...
  • Former strategist for pro-Trump group: the plan was never to win

    Former strategist for pro-Trump group: the plan was never to win

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    So, she signed up a year ago as communications director of the  Make America Great Again Super PAC , an independent fundraising committee promoting Trump's candidacy. For its part, the  campaign  denies that she would have had any insight to offer. Hope Hicks, Mr. Trump's spokeswoman, responded to the letter with a statement clarifying that MS Cegielski had never had any affiliation with the official Trump  campaign .
  • Bernie Sanders wins Swiss Democrats majority

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    Sanders picked up 9 pledged delegates as a result of the  primary , while Clinton still secured an additional 4 delegates. Sanders and Clinton "engaged with overseas Americans like no other presidential campaigns have before, each addressing the unique  issues  that face Americans abroad",  said  Katie Salon, worldwide chair of Democrats Abroad.
  • John Kasich: Donald Trump, Ted Cruz can not win the general election

    John Kasich: Donald Trump, Ted Cruz can not win the general election

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    With anti-Trump Republicans frantically seeking scenarios to deny him the party nomination, Trump told morning TV shows the party establishment already was starting to support him. He did not mention Kasich by name. Cruz comes in second, behind Trump by more than 200 delegates. Weaver also argues the states remaining are more favorable to Kasich than to Trump or Cruz.
  • Donald Trump tweets vicious threat about Ted Cruz's wife Heidi

    Donald Trump tweets vicious threat about Ted Cruz's wife Heidi

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    Trump was set off this week when a group that opposes him released an ad before the Utah presidential contest raising questions about the propriety of Melania Trump becoming the first lady. "Or, you could support Ted Cruz on Tuesday", the ad said. Make America Awesome The ad, which shows a nearly-nude photo of Melia Trump from a GQ photo spread from 2000, was put out by 'Make America Awesome', an independent group opposing Trump's candidacy.