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  • Bernie Sanders to Donald Trump: Rescind Stephen Bannon appointment, keep promises

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    Mr Trump's camp rejects any suggestion that Mr Bannon is a bigoted extremist, saying critics should look at his full resume - and emphasising his record as a former naval officer, Goldman Sachs managing partner and Hollywood producer. During the Democratic primary, Sanders inspired huge crowd of young and working class voters, but was ultimately defeated by Hillary Clinton. However Jason Miller, a top Trump campaign official, said fears about Bannon are overblown.
  • Texas monument to African-Americans dedicated amid protests

    Texas monument to African-Americans dedicated amid protests

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    The monument also includes imagery that honors African-Americans' contributions to the cattle and oil industries, Texas music and Buffalo Soldiers. "That create this great state and create this great nation", said McDaniel. "They are a legacy for the generations that are to come forward in the future". State Rep. Helen Giddings, D-DeSoto, chairwoman of the Texas Legislative Black Caucus, thanked dozens of individuals involved with the effort to bring the monument to reality, including former ...
  • Grandson of US Rep. Davis victim of Chicago gun violence

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    Davis said in a statement that Wilson was not alone at the time of the shooting - his uncle and other family members were present. During a dispute that followed, possibly over gym shoes, one of the males pulled out a gun and shot the teen in the head, police said.
  • School bus crashes near Nashville, injuring 23 students

    School bus crashes near Nashville, injuring 23 students

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    Nashville Fire Department said most of the other injuries are not serious. The off-ramp from I-65 north is now blocked, and drivers are being asked to avoid the area. On Tuesday morning, a school bus overturned in Norfolk , Virginia, causing injuries to students. The school bus is from Chester County School. Two of the buses were carrying students, while the third bus was carrying luggage.
  • Rutgers Students Rally Against Trump Immigration Policies

    Rutgers Students Rally Against Trump Immigration Policies

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    Students at UIC joined students around the country, protesting the election of Donald Trump by walking out of their classes for a noon rally. Hundreds of students from about a dozen Oakland high schools walked out on their classes and took to the streets.
  • Grandma Accidentally Invites Random Teen To Thanksgiving Dinner

    Grandma Accidentally Invites Random Teen To Thanksgiving Dinner

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    Instead of un-inviting Hinton, the woman, identified as Wanda Dench, still extended the invitation. Yep, I think most people would agree that there's no type of love that can compare to the feels you get from your dear, adorable gram. Here's a story you can talk about around the Thanksgiving table. When she replied with a selfie, it became obvious to Hinton she had the wrong number.
  • Most of ND and northwest Minnesota likely to miss storm's heavy snow

    Most of ND and northwest Minnesota likely to miss storm's heavy snow

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    The National Weather Service says snow and cold temperatures will hit the state, starting Wednesday evening and continuing into Thursday evening. Winter weather is making an appearance this week, just in time for the winter seasonal climate outlook released by the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) today, November 17, 2016.
  • Christmas on the Hill aligns with downtown parade

    Christmas on the Hill aligns with downtown parade

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    The event takes place from 6 to 6:30 p.m.in the Neiman Marcus-Bloomingdale's Courtyard. This year's parade has a multitude of family friendly activities, including: live caroling, food and holiday vendors on Central Square beginning at 4:30 pm.
  • Trump considering 'special session' to repeal Obamacare

    Trump considering 'special session' to repeal Obamacare

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    The Times story notes that as of now, 4.6 million California residents have health coverage that is funded by Affordable Care Act programs. Wyoming Senator John Barrasso, a member of Senate Republican leadership, said one way for the incoming president and Congress to attack Obamacare immediately after Trump takes office on January 20 would be to quickly confirm a new secretary of Health and Human Services, the official who writes the rules and regulations that enforce the law.
  • Korea prosecutors want to question president over scandal

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    President Park has already apologized twice for the lapse, but that has done little to assuage thousands of South Koreans who have attended rallies over the past weeks to demand her resignation. It has been found that the prosecution summoned the heads of some South Korean conglomerates with regard to their individual meetings with President Park Geun-hye in July past year.
  • Grandma accidentally invites stranger to Thanksgiving

    Grandma accidentally invites stranger to Thanksgiving

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    Unsure and wondering if this really was his grandmother, Hinton asked her to send a selfie, and when he received it, he quickly saw that she was not, in fact, his grandmother. "That's what grandma's do. feed every one". The story went viral when Jamal tweeted out the screenshots of the conversation. When the working grandma texted a picture of herself sitting at her desk, Hinton knew immediately that it wasn't his grandmother.
  • Charlie Sheen's Ex-Wife Brooke Mueller Hospitalized

    Charlie Sheen's Ex-Wife Brooke Mueller Hospitalized

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    Troopers located Mueller , her two children and a nanny on I-15 near Nephi, the UHP said in a statement . Mueller was then taken to a hospital and the children were released to a family member. A bystander reported that Mueller had walked barefoot into a bar in Salt Lake City with her sons, alongside the family's nanny. Meanwhile, 51-year-old Sheen addressed Mueller's current situation with a freaky poem on Thursday.
  • Police looking for SUV related to Princeton jogger murder

    Police looking for SUV related to Princeton jogger murder

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    MA police investigating the August unsolved death of Google employee Vanessa Marcotte announced Wednesday they are searching for a dark-colored SUV in connection with the case. Marcotte was working in New York City as an executive for Google at the time of her death. When she failed to return home, her family notified police and filed a missing persons report at 3:50 p.m.
  • Judge again refuses to toss Bill Cosby's sex-assault case

    Judge again refuses to toss Bill Cosby's sex-assault case

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    In a statement, Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin R. Steele said, "The Judge's rulings today get us one step closer to presenting our evidence at trial and furthers our pursuit of justice for the victim in our case". Prosecutors said that it was not until a judge revealed excerpts of the deposition a year ago that they learned that Cosby had admitted to a series of affairs and acknowledged obtaining quaaludes to give to women before sex.
  • Police search for motive in killing of airport worker

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    The airport was on lockdown for several hours but it has since resumed operations. Balderrama says all streets are blocked off and people should avoid the airport. Balderrama said police have potential leads to a possible suspect, whom they have not positively identified yet. "The Southwest Airlines Family is deeply saddened by the passing of our Southwest Family Member, and we extend our heartfelt sympathies and support to his family and Southwest Co-workers at this time".
  • Obama Defends Obamacare Gains as GOP Plots Repeal

    Obama Defends Obamacare Gains as GOP Plots Repeal

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    The reshuffle came as anti-Trump protesters spilled onto the streets for a third straight night, with the Republican facing mounting calls to reassure Americans who fear a xenophobic crackdown under his authority. "We've basically cut the number of uninsured in a little bit more than half, which is enormous progress", said Dr. Gerald Kominski, head of the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research.
  • 2 arrested in assault of 'Deadliest Catch' star

    2 arrested in assault of 'Deadliest Catch' star

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    The vehicle that the male and female were in was a black Range Rover, according to The Seattle Times . Harris was hospitalized after the attack for severe injuries. They will be taken to Snohomish County Wednesday to face charges of first degree robbery and first degree assault. Josh Harris said his brother was "jumped" at around 8 p.m.
  • Winter storm watch enters northwest Iowa Thursday night

    Winter storm watch enters northwest Iowa Thursday night

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    The statement says rain or snow will develop during the day on Thursday or later that night and will change to snow overnight. Some higher elevations to the south may see wet snow early Sunday instead of rain . The advisory will remain in effect until 6 p.m. Wednesday . Temperatures are expected to climb back above freezing by Monday and keep warming through Thanksgiving.
  • Relive The Wrigley Field World Series Celebration

    Relive The Wrigley Field World Series Celebration

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    Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced the World Series victory rally and parade will happen Friday starting at 10 a.m. Despite the final game of the World Series going well past midnight on the East Coast, plus a 17-minute rain delay, more than 40 million viewers watched on Fox, according to preliminary numbers from Nielsen.
  • Haley reportedly being considered for Secretary of State

    Haley reportedly being considered for Secretary of State

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    MSNBC host and anchor Joe Scarborough also ignited the talk Wednesday when he tweeted, "sources tell me Donald Trump is now considering Governor Nikki Haley for Secretary of State". Gov. Henry McMaster told The Post and Courier , "It would be like how Mr. Trump is bringing fresh eyes to running our government". The choice of Haley would be surprising.
  • Suspended officer who displayed Confederate flag resigns

    Suspended officer who displayed Confederate flag resigns

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    Peters pulled up to the rally in a black Ram pickup truck with both the USA and confederate flags flying in the back. The Traverse City police officer accused of flying a Confederate flag during an anti-Trump rally this weekend has resigned.
  • Ben Carson Declines Cabinet Position In Trump Administration

    Ben Carson Declines Cabinet Position In Trump Administration

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    One of the two positions Trump has already filled in his cabinet is Stephen Bannon as "chief strategist and senior counselor". In a November interview with Breitbart News , Carson said he would "use the bully pulpit" to work to restore a culture of life in the United States if elected president.
  • Most Trump protesters arrested in Portland didn't vote in Oregon

    Most Trump protesters arrested in Portland didn't vote in Oregon

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    An additional 36 protesters who were taken into custody were not registered to vote in the state. The authorities in Portland said in a statement on Monday that it had arrested more than 100 protesters for violating laws. Kevin Grigsby was one of 71 arrested during the Saturday night protest. Not all votes have yet been counted in the presidential contest, which has Clinton winning the popular vote but Trump victorious in the Electoral College.
  • Los Angeles Police Chief Says LAPD Won't Help With Deportations Under Trump

    Los Angeles Police Chief Says LAPD Won't Help With Deportations Under Trump

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    The Los Angeles Police Department says it will not enforce immigration laws should the Trump administration ask it to do so, the chief of police said Monday. Beck said the "system by which we run folks nationally for warrants notifies ICE automatically", so they will still release people to immigration enforcement officials as long as they are in their custody, Beck said.
  • Forest fires force hundreds to evacuate in Appalachia

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    The cost of fighting fires in western North Carolina has reached $10 million. It is dry. And this is the peak of the Fall Fire Season, which lasts from October 15th through November 30th. Table Rock State Park has been completely evacuated and fire crews are canvassing the park to make sure all structures can properly be protected if the fire progresses.
  • Ryan Says Trump Agrees 'No Place' for Racism, Hate Crimes

    Ryan Says Trump Agrees 'No Place' for Racism, Hate Crimes

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    Ryan also rebuked the racist graffiti and outbursts that have happened in the wake of Trump's election and pledged all American's should "rest assured" Trump will represent an inclusive country. But he won't commit to mandating insurance coverage of birth control for women at no cost. "Serving as speaker is a tremendous honor, and one I do not take for granted", Ryan wrote.
  • Tim Howard out for US-Costa Rica with injured leg muscle

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    They have never won there, and lost the last two editions of World Cup Qualifying there by a score of 3-1. "You want to make sure that you're not falling behind, so that gives it a little more spice here tomorrow night", USA coach Jurgen Klinsmann said during a news conference at the 35,175-capacity stadium, which was paid for by the Chinese government and opened in 2011.
  • Texas woman found with tigers, skunk, fox in home, police say

    Texas woman found with tigers, skunk, fox in home, police say

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    Her 14-year-old daughter was allegedly petting some of the animals. In addition to the large male tiger, Meyer admitted to officers that the cubs were reaching the age where they could be risky, according to Chron.com. Trisha Meyer poses with one of her pets. When officers arrived at the home, they found several wild animals all roaming freely inside Meyer's home, including three tigers, a cougar, a skunk and a fox, police said.
  • Mike Pence Is Fighting In Court To Keep An Email Secret

    Mike Pence Is Fighting In Court To Keep An Email Secret

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    In December 2014, Groth requested information regarding Pence's decision to hire outside counsel and the cost to IN taxpayers. "I think joining the lawsuit without the attorney general and hiring that firm was a waste of taxpayer dollars", he tells The Star .
  • Jaguars WR Hurns cleared to play vs. Texans after concussion

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    If that wasn't a no confidence vote, I don't know what is. 'I think the most important thing in November and December, and Coach O'Brien keeps preaching it, is that you need to be able to protect the football. Unfortunately, two of his passes went for touchdowns. Defensive end Tyson Alualu lunged at Osweiler as he rolled right, but the quarterback easily evaded the attempt and hit an open Griffin for a touchdown as Ramsey struggled to navigate through a busy Jaguars defense.
  • Trump Lawyers Ask Judge To Delay Trump University Trial

    Trump Lawyers Ask Judge To Delay Trump University Trial

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    Trump remains at the center of three civil cases filed against his controversial education business venture, including the one scheduled for trial in San Diego on November 28. He also requested authorization for Trump's videotaped testimony to be shown in place of an in-person appearance in both the Low and Cohen v. Trump cases.