• Pence sees 'Hamilton;' cast member says nation is anxious
Pence sees 'Hamilton;' cast member says nation is anxious

Trump wasn't happy with the Hamilton cast addressing Pence about their concerns, so he jumped on Twitter calling the cast "very rude" and demanded for the cast to apologize. "There's nothing to boo here, ladies and gentlemen", Dixon said. We are all here sharing a story of love, We have a message for you sir, we hope that you will hear us out.

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  • Grandson of US Rep. Davis Victim of Chicago Gun Violence
Grandson of US Rep. Davis Victim of Chicago Gun Violence

Davis said two of Wilson's brothers, 14 and 8, a sister, 16, and an uncle were all in the home at the time of the shooting. When asked about who his grandson was, Congressman Davis had this to say:
"He was a typical 15-year-old ..." He said there was a "history" between the teens involved, and the shooting stemmed from a dispute about gym shoes...

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  • Weather: Warm and sunny days ahead of cold front
Weather: Warm and sunny days ahead of cold front

There is a 70 percent chance of rain and thunderstorms at night with temperatures as low as 41 degrees. Friday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 39. Sunday Night: A chance of rain showers before 10pm, then a chance of snow showers. Wednesday: Partly sunny. High: Upper 40s. Saturday night , the rain showers will persist to the eveni...

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  • Comey Said to Retain Confidence of Lynch
Comey Said to Retain Confidence of Lynch

Anthony Weiner, under his own FBI investigation for allegedly sexting a 15-year-old girl, is cooperating with the FBI's reopening of the Clinton case. "Because people are now calling for more information". "Nothing. No information coming out about him", Cummings said. While examining Weiner's laptop, investigators discovered Abedin also used the ...

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  • Suspect charged in mother's fatal shooting at birthday party
Suspect charged in mother's fatal shooting at birthday party

Officials were not immediately available for comment. Multiple gunmen opened fire and then fled on foot. DPD said there are no other suspects in the shooting. "That's something that should be upsetting to us all". About an hour and a half before the shooting, someone called police and told them people were driving around the area and flashing g...

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  • 100 state workers rally in Homewood
100 state workers rally in Homewood

The first was in front of the Department of Child and Family Services building on East Main Street. Meantime, state workers in Rockford picketed Thursday in front of the E. If they lose, workers could vote on whether to strike. The union says Rauner wants to impose a four-year wage freeze and require employees to pay 100 percent more for health...

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  • 16-month-old survives attempted hanging at day care
16-month-old survives attempted hanging at day care

No motive is known at this time, Minneapolis Assistant Police Chief Kris Arneson told reporters. The woman is now in custody and her motives are under investigation at a nearby hospital pending charges. Police say the child was taken to the hospital where he is doing "fine". Karia's license took effect in April 2009 and expires in April 2017. He ...

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  • Obama Defends Obamacare Gains as GOP Plots Repeal
Obama Defends Obamacare Gains as GOP Plots Repeal

He said after their meeting Thursday that he favors keeping the law's rules barring insurers from turning away those with pre-existing conditions, as well as its allowance that those up to age 26 can remain on their parents' insurance. Melissa Renee Merket has stacks of medical bills and she just found out her insurance premiums under the Affordabl...

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  • SK prosecutors bid to question president
SK prosecutors bid to question president

Prosecutors quizzed Chung over the weekend and were now questioning Lee, Yonhap news agency said. Kim Sang-yule, former presidential secretary for education and culture, also appeared before the Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office to be questioned over allegations that he gave undue favors to the Choi family.

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  • $9 Million Settlement Reached in Clive Man's Lake of the Ozarks Drowning
$9 Million Settlement Reached in Clive Man's Lake of the Ozarks Drowning

Ellingson was a Valley High School graduate and a student at Arizona State University at the time of his death. Brandon Ellingson drowned in the Lake of the Ozarks in May 2014 after being handcuffed on a boat by police - an incident that was the focus of a 2015 RFT cover story.

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  • Grandmother's Accidental Thanksgiving Text to Random Teen Leads to Heartwarming Viral Story
Grandmother's Accidental Thanksgiving Text to Random Teen Leads to Heartwarming Viral Story

Hinton said he figured his grandmother had gotten a new number, so he asked for her picture "just to double check". But she dutifully took a selfie of herself at work and texted it, she told CBS affiliate KPHO-TV. "Grandma?" Hinton replied. "Can I have a picture?" Then, still confused but not undaunted, Hinton texted, "Can I get a plate tho?" "That...

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  • Ex-wife of Charlie Sheen hospitalized in Utah
Ex-wife of Charlie Sheen hospitalized in Utah

She later moved to Utah with the children. Brooke Mueller disappeared with 7-year-old sons Bob and Max after getting into a fight at a Utah bar. UPDATE: Charlie Sheen gave an official statement to People: "In the face of a roughshod and polar moment of unsanctioned divide, sanity and certainty were restored with grace and resolve".

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  • Police seek tips on dark-colored SUV seen where woman killed
Police seek tips on dark-colored SUV seen where woman killed

She was found dead in the woods just a half-mile from her mother's home. People in Princeton are still in shock, as it was almost four months ago that a Vanessa Marcotte's brutally beaten body was found in the woods not far from her home on August 7.

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  • Trump considering 'special session' to repeal Obamacare
Trump considering 'special session' to repeal Obamacare

President-elect Donald Trump admitted in an interview with the Wall Street Journal on Friday that he was open to keeping parts of the Affordable Care Act , despite running on a platform that included repealing the law. During the campaign, Trump suggested that he would like to replace Obamacare and allow insurers to sell insurance across s...

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  • Pennsylvania Judge Refuses to Toss Bill Cosby's Sex-Assault Case
Pennsylvania Judge Refuses to Toss Bill Cosby's Sex-Assault Case

Castor Jr. opted not file criminal charges. The judge will hear arguments on the prosecution's filing to introduce evidence of Cosby's prior indiscretions. The Cosby Show comedian's representatives have repeatedly tried to have the case thrown out and they filed their latest request for dismissal in October (16), arguing the comedian is unable t...

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  • Blizzard and Winter Storm Watches in effect for Thursday night through Friday
Blizzard and Winter Storm Watches in effect for Thursday night through Friday

At one point or another, most people need to step out of the house and courageous the cold. But a few miles inland to the north and west - at the Duluth International Airport, for example - accumulations may reach 3 to 6 inches, the Weather Service reported.

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  • Family: 'Deadliest Catch' star injured in assault
Family: 'Deadliest Catch' star injured in assault

Harris' brother, Josh , shared the daunting details in two live videos on the official Facebook page for " Deadliest Catch ". Officers received a call from a passerby who noticed Harris injured on the side of the road. "It is not known yet if they gave themselves-up or if detectives in Spokane tracked them down". Everett Fire responded to the ...

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  • Cleveland Indians Fans Are Not Reacting Well To World Series Loss
Cleveland Indians Fans Are Not Reacting Well To World Series Loss

Center fielder Dexter Fowler had a cigar. The Cubs were eliminated the next day and the "Bartman incident" is said to have been the first "domino" in the subsequent implosion. Thousands celebrated into the night in the streets of Wrigleyville and many bleary-eyed faces were seen on the morning commute as a new era dawned in Chicago.

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  • McMaster says he, Haley in running for Cabinet posts
McMaster says he, Haley in running for Cabinet posts

Haley appeared on a panel called "Leading the Charge" with three other governors, then participated in a news conference. In addition, members of Trump's presidential transition team have discussed Haley as a potential secretary of state and for at least one other position, McMaster said, declining to name the other position.

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  • Bernie Sanders Paints Scary Potential Picture of Trump Presidency on Colbert
Bernie Sanders Paints Scary Potential Picture of Trump Presidency on Colbert

There is a great cry coming from the Democratic elected people, about we have to come together and get things done. "Why were we forced to vote for a lesser of two evils?" you might ask. "I just can't see issues like paying for an actual wall or protectionist policies actually getting anywhere with Congress". "[If they can] unleash billionaires t...

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