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Capps said he was sitting in his patrol vehicle after responding to an emergency when he got a call from dispatch that a woman in a minivan that had just passed his patrol auto was going into labor. He's 6-pound, 2-ounces, as indicated by the Courant. State police spokeswoman Trooper Kelly Grant said. Oyabure-Okafur is originally from Nigeria and lives in Hartford.
  • Remains Found in Luzerne County are Teenage Homicide Victim

    Remains Found in Luzerne County are Teenage Homicide Victim

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    The joint news conference by District Attorneys Matthew Weintraub of Bucks County, Stefanie Salavantis of Luzerne County and Kevin Steele of Montgomery County will be held in the Bucks County Administration Building in Doylestown Borough. That same day, according to court documents, investigators learned that Grace and her younger brother had been withdrawn from the Abington School District on August 2.
  • FWPD releases official statement on viral video

    FWPD releases official statement on viral video

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    Cell phone video was captured by 19-year-old Brea Hymond after her mother, 46-year-old Jacqueline Craig , called an officer on December 21 to report her 7-year-old son being allegedly choked by a neighbor for what he believed was littering.
  • Men Vanished in April. An Ex Cop Allegedly Killed Them

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    Tartaglione was arraigned in Manhattan Federal Court for allegedly murdering - and burying - Martin Luna, 41; Urbano Santiago, 32; Miguel Luna, 25, and Hector Gutierrez, 43. Chester Police Chief Peter Graziano told the Journal News that the four bodies were found on property rented by the former cop and were being sent to a local medical examiner's office to be positively identified.
  • Podesta: Trump Allies May Have Worked With Russia to Hack Dems

    Podesta: Trump Allies May Have Worked With Russia to Hack Dems

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    Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta did Meet the Press over the weekend to talk about Russian Federation hacking the DNC's emails. Mr. Obama on Friday detailed the actions he and various agencies took upon discovering the breach, brushing past the early missteps of the Federal Bureau of Investigation which allowed thousands of documents to flow into Russia's hands.
  • Man Accused of Murder Believes He Shot and Killed Donald Trump

    Man Accused of Murder Believes He Shot and Killed Donald Trump

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    Police say a short time later officers from the Cayuga Heights Police Department and the Tompkins County Sheriff's Department observed a vehicle matching the description traveling on Route 13. Schumacher's family sat behind Mr. Barkley in tears as he told the court that he had killed Mr. Trump, the Voice reported. The Daily News reports how Barkley was asked whether any evidence suggested that a person he killed was not Trump, to which he answered, 'I hope not '.
  • Cop does speeding college student a favor by tying necktie

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    He said he was speeding to his friend's house to get help. He was late for a presentation and was searching for a friend who would be able to help him with his tie. Handing it back, Folczyk said, "Probably not the best knot, but it will work". He didn't know how to tie his tie, so the officer did it for him. When he handed it back he noted it was too short and then retied it properly.
  • Former Clinton spokesman slams Comey after warrant release

    Former Clinton spokesman slams Comey after warrant release

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    FBI investigators discovered the Abedin-Clinton emails on the laptop through a separate criminal investigation into Anthony Weiner's alleged sexting with a minor. You will have to ask Judge Fox, or the agent in charge (whose name has been redacted), or Director Comey, why they thought they might find evidence of a crime, why they felt it necessary to inform Congress, and why they even sought this search warrant.
  • Michelle Obama Talks to Oprah, Quietly Refusing to Address Trumps by Name

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    One thing about Mrs. Obama is that she is undoubtedly one of the most fashionably accessible First Lady's that we have ever had. In an interview with Oprah , the talk show host asked Mrs. The special-filmed in the White House, where Obama and Winfrey sat on either side of a wreath-bedecked fireplace-took a tone of restrained celebration, and the first lady spoke with measured optimism.
  • Illinois Suffers Steepest Population Decline In United States

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    Only California and Texas were more populous. The US Census Bureau released their annual population estimates and they show that Missouri and IL are heading in different directions. At 0.3 percent that's well below the national average. But where do other states' population across the country fall in line against California which continues to assume the No.
  • Nevada's 6 electors cast formal ballots for Clinton

    Nevada's 6 electors cast formal ballots for Clinton

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    If you fell for the Big Media hysteria, then you might be surprised to hear faithless electors are actually pretty common. Washington state also saw four so-called " faithless electors" go rogue as only eight of the state's 12 electors voted for Clinton.
  • Touchdown celebration spikes increase in Salvation Army donations

    Touchdown celebration spikes increase in Salvation Army donations

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    It turns out that he won't be fined for jumping in the red kettle and it all worked out because the donation increase has brought a lot of publicity to Elliott himself, the Dallas Cowboys and the Salvation Army . The free advertising exposure they got because of what Elliot did was worth close to $4 million, which is a sizeable amount, according to Apex Marketing Group sponsorship evaluation president Eric Smallwood.
  • Malik Monk Scores 47 Points, Sets Kentucky Freshman Record

    Malik Monk Scores 47 Points, Sets Kentucky Freshman Record

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    Some of those tendencies remain, as Monk's shot selection was even derided by his own coach, John Calipari, after the game in which he largely carried the Wildcats to victory. "It means a little bit more to me since I'm from the state", Hawkins said. "I can barely get up out of the dadgum chair, but that's what happens when one guy wins and one guy loses".
  • Beckham Jr. not happy National Football League didn't fine Elliott

    Beckham Jr. not happy National Football League didn't fine Elliott

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    The Salvation Army also had a cheeky exchange about the incident on Twitter with ESPN reporter Darren Rovell-emphasizing the organization's mission to help those in need. Elliott, who could have been fined $12,154, planned on matching that total with a donation to the Salvation Army , and later tweeted he still meant to make a donation.
  • Star-studded Carpool Karaoke of 'All I want for Christmas'

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    After Bruno Mars' magical Carpool Karaoke segment aired Tuesday night, Late Late Show fans thought that would be the only James Corden-celebrity driving duet of the week. Carey tells Corden in the auto that what she wants for Christmas is for him to sing the song. Corden recruited all sorts of celebs for the surprise like Selena Gomez , Adele, Lady Gaga, Gwen Stefani, Demi Lovato, Nick Jonas and Chris Martin.
  • Facebook Cracking Down on Fake News Stories

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    Facebook will send suspicious stories to a fact-checking partner organization, among them Snopes, PolitiFact and ABC News, reports The New York Times . What I deem to be fake news may not be fake to someone else. "While we don't write the news stories you read and share, we also recognise we're more than just a distributor of news".
  • Steelers scored final 18 points to rally past Bengals

    Steelers scored final 18 points to rally past Bengals

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    Not only did the Cincinnati Bengals running back try to rip a Terrible Towel and slam it to the ground after scoring a touchdown on Sunday against the Steelers (video here), but he doubled down on his hate of the prop after the game. They couldn't score, then their defense couldn't get off the field. Pittsburgh was trailing 20-15 when Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons picked off a Dalton pass and returned it to the Cincinnati 34-yard line.
  • New York Police rushes to rescue 'frozen woman' mannequin!

    New York Police rushes to rescue 'frozen woman' mannequin!

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    She was wearing real clothing, glasses, shoes, teeth. According to the department, it was about 8 degrees outside and the auto was covered in snow, which indicated the vehicle had been parked overnight. "I can't put what he said on-air, but he was not very happy with the police department for forcing entry into his vehicle", Clarke said. Its owner, who was not happy with police action, later explained that it was used for medical training.
  • Obama: 'Reagan would roll over in his grave'

    Obama: 'Reagan would roll over in his grave'

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    Their economy doesn't produce anything that anybody wants to buy except oil and gas and arms. "Not much happens in Russian Federation without Vladimir Putin ", Obama said. Obama was referencing a YouGov/Economist survey that showed Putin's net favorability with Republicans at -10 in December. While Obama threatened that the USA would retaliate against Russia's efforts to hack the USA election-"We can do stuff to you", he warned-many within the Republican Party have remained more or less ...
  • Jurors convict Dylann Roof on all counts in church slayings

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    Gergel dismissed the jury for the holidays and told them to return on January 3, when they will hear prosecution and defense arguments about whether Roof should be executed or sentenced to life in prison without parole. He liked Charleston, he said, but looked at it as a target because it had a high proportion of black residents. A guilty verdict on nearly any of the charges means the same jury will decide next month if Roof faces the death penalty or gets life in prison.
  • FBI, CIA Agree - Russia tried To Help Trump Win The Election

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    John Brennan, Director of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the top American intelligence agency, said this in an email to CIA staffers, The Washington Post reported on Friday. At that time, Obama said, the US intelligence community "did not attribute motives" to Russia's decision to intervene in the election. "President Obama has every right to carry out the duties that he sees fit based on the information he has through the rest of his term", Sean Spicer, who is the leading contender to ...
  • University Of Minnesota Football Team Ends Boycott, Will Play Bowl Game

    University Of Minnesota Football Team Ends Boycott, Will Play Bowl Game

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    The announcement followed a meeting between team members and university President Eric Kaler. And they say the school needs to let the Holiday Bowl know soon whether the Gophers will play. 2. In a police report, she describes going to Carlton Djam's apartment and having sex with him and roommate Tamarion Johnson. Dean Johnson, chairman of the university's Board of Regents, said he supports the decision to end the boycott and to keep the 10 players under suspension.
  • Trump, Priebus Laud Ronna Romney McDaniel as New RNC Chief

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    The next chair of the Republican National Committee will be Ronna Romney McDaniel, the niece of the 2012 presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Prior to this year's election, MI had not gone for a Republican presidential candidate in 28 years.
  • President Obama signs national ticket bot ban into law

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    The bill would make using the software an "unfair and deceptive practice" under the Federal Trade Commission Act and allow the FTC to pursue those cases. Ticketmaster posted a statement hailing the legislation. Act and we believe its passage is a critical step in raising awareness and regulating the unauthorized use of Bots.
  • Winter Weather Advisory for Ottawa and Allegan Counties

    Winter Weather Advisory for Ottawa and Allegan Counties

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    The affected areas may be the Wasatch and Western Unita Mountains, the Wasatch Plateau and Book Cliffs as while as the Central and Southern Mountains of Utah. The weather service is telling drivers to prepare for hard driving conditions. Temperatures were expected to rise into the 20s Friday across Northwest Indiana.
  • Entire Police Force Walks Off Job to Protest Bunker Hill Town Council

    Entire Police Force Walks Off Job to Protest Bunker Hill Town Council

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    Michael Thomison, the former marshal, alleges that town council members would complain if they or their family members were stopped for traffic violations. "At the end of the day, it's the public that's going to suffer, not the town board", said Miami Country Sheriff Tim Miller to the Kokomo Tribune .
  • Monica Crowley Named Sr. Dir. Of Strategic Communications For National Security Council

    Monica Crowley Named Sr. Dir. Of Strategic Communications For National Security Council

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    Both will report to Trump's national security adviser, retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn. "These are two exceptional individuals who have agreed to fulfill the president-elect's pledge of putting America first once again", Mr. In 2008, she rejoined Fox News as a contributor. A Fox News spokesperson confirmed to TPM in an email that Crowley's contract has been terminated.
  • Over 1 Billion Yahoo Accounts Affected In Latest Security Breach

    Over 1 Billion Yahoo Accounts Affected In Latest Security Breach

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    A different post by Yahoo's chief information security officer Bob Lord says that the company doesn't actually know how the data from the one billion accounts was stolen. The company then verified that stolen data was indeed legitimate with the help of outside forensic experts. Affected users will be required to change their passwords.
  • Small Indiana town removes cross instead of fighting ACLU

    Small Indiana town removes cross instead of fighting ACLU

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    City officials in Knightstown, which has 2,100 residents and lies 40 miles east of Indianapolis, held out for a few days but relented on Monday, citing fear of exorbitant legal fees - the inevitable side effect of the ACLU browbeating communities into surrendering their customs.