• Thousands Evacuated as Floods Inundate San Jose
Thousands Evacuated as Floods Inundate San Jose

Parts of San Jose were underwater after the Anderson Reservoir overflowed into Coyote Creek, a river that normally rolls quietly through the Santa Clara Valley. The increase in water running down Coyote Creek has caused significant flooding in San Jose. "The water district is telling us that they're not seen this level of flows coming down the An...

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  • Trump weighs in on DNC chairman race
Trump weighs in on DNC chairman race

Last year, Ellison said those comments were taken out of context and "selectively-edited", and he responded to the ADL's statement by saying his record instead shows support for Israel as well as an opposition to "racism, sexism and homophobia".

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  • Jimmy Fallon envisions a news network with President Trump at the helm
Jimmy Fallon envisions a news network with President Trump at the helm

Trump launched his "24/7 YouTube livestream" called Trump News Network (complete with a hilarious screen crawl at the bottom that simply said "TRUMP" ad infinitum). Gen. H.R. McMaster to the role of national security adviser. Details are still unclear but we're getting word it was definitely real and 100 percent not made up.

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  • Virginia Senate passes anti-sanctuary cities bill
Virginia Senate passes anti-sanctuary cities bill

Unfortunately, but not surprisingly, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe today vetoed HB2264, a common sense bill that would have ensured that legitimate Virginia healthcare programs that do not perform or promote abortion received priority state funding before any organization that does abortions.

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  • American Airlines now offering basic fares on 10 routes, report says
American Airlines now offering basic fares on 10 routes, report says

Charlotte to Orlando; Dallas Fort Worth to Baltimore; Dallas Fort Worth to Tampa; Miami to Tampa; Miami to New Orleans; Philadelphia to Dallas/Fort Worth; Philadelphia to Fort Lauderdale; Philadelphia to Miami; Philadelphia to New Orleans; and Philadelphia to Charlotte.

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  • DHS memo calls for 15k new border agents, faster deports
DHS memo calls for 15k new border agents, faster deports

DACA has deferred deportations for people who came to the US illegally as children and has provided work permits to more than 750,000 immigrants. Homeland Security officials said the policies would not affect Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, the Obama administration policy that offered protection from deportation for people who were...

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  • Aide says senators want materials saved for Russian Federation probe
Aide says senators want materials saved for Russian Federation probe

FBI Director James Comey discussed Russian Federation with members of the Senate Intelligence Committee Friday afternoon, as questions swirl about how expansive lawmakers will make their investigations into Russia's influence in last year's election.

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  • Local Jewish Community Center again evacuates
Local Jewish Community Center again evacuates

According to our partners at the Albuquerque Journal , Albuquerque Police Department Officer Fred Duran said no bomb was found and people have been allowed back in the building. "While today is another instance of threats directed at JCCs across the county, none have been substantiated", Sataloff said. Jeff Van Nest, a spokesman for the Federa...

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  • Multiple Victims Found Slain in Peabody Home
Multiple Victims Found Slain in Peabody Home

Blodgett said getting to at least one of the bodies was hard because of clutter inside the home, calling it a "very, very messy and cluttered crime scene". Police found several bodies in the basement of a house on Farm Avenue. "We did discover a body in the cellar, so at that point we backed out, worked with the Essex District Attorney's office t...

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  • Police look outside of Delphi for suspect
Police look outside of Delphi for suspect

Williams , 13 and Liberty Rose Lynn German , 14, both from Delphi, were found in a wooded area near the Delphi Historic Trail, east of Delphi in Carroll County". Police have not released further information about the suspect, but Riley made clear the investigation has expanded past the city of Delphi. Their deaths have been ruled a double-homici...

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  • Whittier Police Officer Dead, 1 Officer Injured In Shootout With Suspect
Whittier Police Officer Dead, 1 Officer Injured In Shootout With Suspect

The incident, which also left a suspect injured, happened at about 8:30 a.m. near Colima Road and Mar Vista Street in Whittier, the Sheriff's Department said in a news release. A sedan directly in front of the SUV had front end damage, and a weapon was visible on top of the car's trunk, the footage showed. The surviving officer and suspect are no...

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  • Warm Sunday weather sets record high for third day in a row
Warm Sunday weather sets record high for third day in a row

The record high temperature on Sunday is 63. Saturday also marked the fourth time since 1871 that Chicago has reached 70 degrees in February, according to the weather service. MONDAY: Areas of fog before 10am. Our south wind will become breezy with gusts to 30 miles per hour, that'll help bring even warmer air into Siouxland! Chance of precipitati...

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  • Chris Christie: Trump Made Me Order Meatloaf At The White House (AUDIO)
Chris Christie: Trump Made Me Order Meatloaf At The White House (AUDIO)

Christie and wife Mary Pat had a Valentine's Day's lunch with the commander in chief the day after Trump ousted his national security adviser, Michael Flynn, and amid chatter among Trump allies that more shakeups are coming. This isn't Christie's first time attacking a Philadelphia sports team. You all likely remember when he said Eagles fans ...

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  • Oakland Active Shooter Shot By Police
Oakland Active Shooter Shot By Police

The gunman then exited the home, spray painted eyes on a neighbor's garage and also spray painted a white vehicle on the street. KPIX-TV reported that he also spray-painted eyes on a garage door and fired shots toward a fence and helicopter.

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  • Amtrak officer charged in fatal shooting of Mpls. man
Amtrak officer charged in fatal shooting of Mpls. man

Family members pieced together Robertson's final moments after speaking with two of his travel companions, at least one of whom was later called to testify before a grand jury weighing criminal charges against the officers, Hopson said. Tankson's attorney, Will Fahy, said Tankson saw Robertson turn and reach for what Tankson thought was a gun. Fa...

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  • Texas police officer saves restaurant from burning vehicle
Texas police officer saves restaurant from burning vehicle

The truck was at the pickup window, putting the flames extremely close to the building. Smoke billowed from the vehicle and the rear glass panel shattered as the fire intensified. It wasn't clear what became of the pickup's driver or what caused it to catch fire. Glenn Heights Police Officer Chris Womack says he was just in the right place at t...

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  • Flynn right to resign after Russian Federation revelations
Flynn right to resign after Russian Federation revelations

Flynn blamed the "fast pace of events" for not giving Pence the full story, and he resigned on Monday. That was the first story, anyway. But the real question is the age-old puzzle about corruption in the White House: "What did the president know and when did he know it?" He stood down over allegations he discussed United States sanctions wit...

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  • Coffman Promises Constituents No Repeal of Obamacare Without Replacement
Coffman Promises Constituents No Repeal of Obamacare Without Replacement

Humana substantially dropped its participation in Obamacare in 2017, cutting the number of states it offered products in from 19 in 2016 to just 11 this year. Obamacare exchanges have been plagued by a larger proportion of sicker , costlier customers than was hoped for. One reason too few young people sign up is that Congress set the penalties for...

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  • Nationwide immigration enforcement snares 87 in Georgia
Nationwide immigration enforcement snares 87 in Georgia

Officials stated it is not uncommon, during an operation like this, that other illegal immigrants will come into contact with ICE agents making other arrests. The people targeted had criminal convictions and, in that sense, the raids were no different from operations conducted under previous administrations, the ICE statement said.

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  • What the White House may do next with the travel ban
What the White House may do next with the travel ban

President Donald Trump said Thursday's federal appellate court ruling against reinstating his refugee and immigration order was a "political decision" that jeopardized national security . "Motive is relevant", he said. Meanwhile, the suspension of the order by the courts has allowed travelers previously banned time more time to try to come bac...

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