• Suspended officer previously displayed Confederate flag
Suspended officer previously displayed Confederate flag

Photographs showing officer Michael Peters of the Traverse City Police Department outside of a November 11 "Love Trumps Hate" protest with a Confederate flag on the back of his truck were shared worldwide, the Traverse City Record-Eagle reports .

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  • Aide: Carson declined cabinet position offer from Trump
Aide: Carson declined cabinet position offer from Trump

In May, Carson briefly served on Trump's vice presidential selection committee. One of the two positions Trump has already filled in his cabinet is Stephen Bannon as "chief strategist and senior counselor". But Williams told Politico the retired neurosurgeon believes he can better serve the president-elect as an outside adviser, given his lack ...

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  • More than half of OR anti-Trump protesters arrested didn't vote
More than half of OR anti-Trump protesters arrested didn't vote

At least 79 anti-Donald Trump demonstrators who were arrested in Portland, Oregon after protests turned violent did not vote in the presidential election, according to state records. Kevin Grigsby was one of 71 arrested during the Saturday night protest. This article originally stated that 35 people were registered to vote and did not.

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  • LAPD chief: Police won't help deportation efforts under Trump
LAPD chief: Police won't help deportation efforts under Trump

I need to them to be part of Los Angeles to keep this city safe. While the exact number of undocumented immigrants in the U.S.is unknown, the U.S. In Los Angeles , police officers are not permitted to stop someone to question their citizenship status, a mandate which has been in place since 1979.

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  • Forest fires force hundreds to evacuate in Appalachia
Forest fires force hundreds to evacuate in Appalachia

A grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency will now pay 75 percent of the emergency protective measures taken in fighting the fires , McCrory said in a news release Saturday. In Graham County, more than 400 people are working to contain two fires. He said that the state could be dealing with wildfire issues through the winter and into sp...

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  • Is Trump's tough plan on immigration cracking?
Is Trump's tough plan on immigration cracking?

Immigrants, their advocates and others opposing a Donald Trump presidency continued to protest Sunday, speaking out against the president-elect's support of deportation and other measures. Congress still has some unfinished business before closing shop for the year, even as the focus shifts to the agenda of President-elect Donald Trump and unif...

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  • Tim Howard out for US-Costa Rica with injured leg muscle
Tim Howard out for US-Costa Rica with injured leg muscle

A loss to the Ticos , by the way, would be a totally predictable result. Make that impossible for the USA , who enter the match with a 0-8-2 mark all-time against the Ticos in Costa Rica . But instead Marquez silenced the crowd with a header off a corner kick just before stoppage time. And events last Friday only strengthen Costa Rica's pr...

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  • Texas woman let tigers roam house with teen daughter, police say
Texas woman let tigers roam house with teen daughter, police say

In September, authorities showed up at Meyer's home to find her 14-year-old daughter playing with the tigers. Police said Meyer first caught their attention in August, when a California man alleged she sold him a Savannah Kitten for $3,000 but never sent him the cat known for leopard-print fur.

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  • Mike Pence meeting with replacement as IN governor
Mike Pence meeting with replacement as IN governor

Mike Pence, the vice president-elect, is fighting to hide the contents of an email excluded this year from a public records request issue by an Indianapolis attorney. Groth appealed the court's decision in June, and the Indiana Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments on November 21 at 1 p.m.at the statehouse. "It comes down to this - the court ...

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  • Texans beat Jaguars 24-21 for 1st road victory of season
Texans beat Jaguars 24-21 for 1st road victory of season

Fuller didn't play Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars due to a knee injury that prevented him from practicing fully last week. This should be a fun matchup to focus on throughout the afternoon. Antonio Smith, you're very amusing in interviews, but stopping T.J. Yeldon is no laughing matter! Bradley on Monday discussed Bortles' overall approach...

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  • Donald Trump's Lawyers Ask for Delay of 'Trump U' Trial
Donald Trump's Lawyers Ask for Delay of 'Trump U' Trial

Petrocelli lays out a detailed plan that would postpone the trial until sometime soon after the January 20 inauguration to allow the president-elect to focus his time and energy on the transition to the White House, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported (http://bit.ly/2fNK97O ).

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  • Trump will be 'very restrained' on Twitter as president
Trump will be 'very restrained' on Twitter as president

READ MOR * Trump campaign restores website call for Muslim ban * Trump touts Muslim ban and border wall in TV ads * What is on US President Donald Trump's to-do list, and what are his chances of success? The full interview will air Sunday at 7 p.m.

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  • Will Texas see legalized marijuana?
Will Texas see legalized marijuana?

Rapper and weed enthusiast Snoop Dogg took to social media to express his feelings on the new laws. In four other states, medical marijuana got the nod as residents in Arkansas , Florida and North Dakota passed its legal status. Recreational marijuana is already legal in Colorado, Oregon, Washington , Alaska and Washington , D.C. Taking...

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  • Cross Country Teams Both Finish Fourth at NCAA Regionals
Cross Country Teams Both Finish Fourth at NCAA Regionals

After finishing third at Friday's NCAA Great Lakes Regional, the Wisconsin women's cross country team has earned an at-large berth to the 2016 NCAA Cross Country Championship, the NCAA announced Saturday afternoon. The team is in peak racing shape, having tapered their training that began in June for the upcoming cross country season. "Just the l...

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  • S Korean Prosecutors Plan to Investigate President Next Week
S Korean Prosecutors Plan to Investigate President Next Week

According to Article 84 of the Constitution, the president is exempt from being charged with a criminal offense during his or her term except in the cases of insurrection or treason, but can be questioned as a witness or suspect. On Saturday, hundreds of thousands of protesters flooded Seoul's streets to demand Ms Park's resignation in what may b...

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  • GOP maintains influence over most legislatures, state policy
GOP maintains influence over most legislatures, state policy

In the Senate, a leadership shakeup looms with the defeat of Democratic Majority Leader Michael Sanchez. McCrory remained locked in a race with Democrat Roy Cooper that remained too close to call early Wednesday. One Democrat ousted was Greg Stumbo, the House speaker and former state attorney general who was a major force in Kentucky politics for...

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  • Trump adviser urges Obama, Clinton to speak out on protests
Trump adviser urges Obama, Clinton to speak out on protests

Obama said he is encouraged by Trump's interest in working with him and his administration "around numerous issues that this great country faces". Michelle Obama has met with new first lady, Melania Trump, in a private audience at the White House.

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  • Feelings mixed over legalization of recreational marijuana in MA
Feelings mixed over legalization of recreational marijuana in MA

Right now, marijuana is legal in eight states and Washington D.C. advocates say this reflects the nation's changing attitude toward cannabis. Passage of Prop 205 would have made it legal for adults 21 years or older to possess and use one ounce or less of marijuana and grow up to six plants in their homes.

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  • Tyron Woodley attempts to create his own chant for UFC 205
Tyron Woodley attempts to create his own chant for UFC 205

The challenger is a dynamic striker on an incredible seven-fight win streak that includes former champion Johny Hendricks and top-contender Rory MacDonald . Woodley can't open himself up by trying to chase down Thompson. "It's my time. I'm not losing to anybody", Woodley said. The 17 knockout victories on the record of " The Notorious " would ...

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  • Undocumented Immigrants Fear Mass Deportation Under President Trump
Undocumented Immigrants Fear Mass Deportation Under President Trump

He can not risk leaving the United States because he won't be allowed to come back. Justin Estep, the Director of Immigration Legal Services at Catholic Charities of Central Texas, said that now there are few options for undocumented individuals that don't end in deportation - even if they have not committed any crimes.

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