• At least four people shot at public transit station
At least four people shot at public transit station

I look back and see a guy's back and see his outstretched arm. Peterson said a woman and her child were in front of him when they got to the door connecting cars and ran through, but the next door was jammed. Grady Hospital spokeswoman Denise Simpson says all four victims are in stable, noncritical condition. Dunham says the suspect was capture...

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  • Russia vetoes UNSC action condemning Syria chemical weapons attack
Russia vetoes UNSC action condemning Syria chemical weapons attack

The Russians operate drones in the area routinely so the Pentagon can not be certain the drone operator even knew what was happening, but the drone was a Russian asset. Tensions between Washington and Moscow had increased sharply in the days leading up to the meeting, after a tumultuous week that saw the US conduct a surprise missile strike a...

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  • Sharks beat Oilers 3-2 in overtime in Game 1
Sharks beat Oilers 3-2 in overtime in Game 1

And despite having so many brand-name stars in the lineup, the Sharks' power play was weak, ranking just 25 overall in the National Hockey League. Even if the Sharks can slow him down, they can't keep him off the scoreboard entirely and the Oilers have nuclear options Patrick Maroon and Milan Lucic should things get heated.

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  • Suspected Shooter in 2010 US Border Agent Killing Arrested
Suspected Shooter in 2010 US Border Agent Killing Arrested

Instead, the ATF managed to "lose track" of more than 1,400 out of the 2,000 guns they allowed smugglers to buy, leading to deadly consequences on both sides of the border. Heraclio Osorio-Arellanes was arrested in Mexico Wednesday in a joint operation of Mexican and American law enforcement agencies, the sources said.

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  • Join Easter egg hunt this weekend
Join Easter egg hunt this weekend

Mayor Stephen Zanni and the Methuen Youth Commission will hold an Easter egg hunt at Saturday, April 15 , at the Tenney Grammar School field, 75 Pleasant St., Methuen. Saks Egg Hunt at Keystone Mall, 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. The Kamloops Child Development Centre is having an Easter fundraiser at Rainbow's Roost on Sunday from 10 a.m.to 2 p.m.

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  • Video Of Violent Sacramento Jaywalking Arrest Sparks Concerns Over Excessive Force
Video Of Violent Sacramento Jaywalking Arrest Sparks Concerns Over Excessive Force

In less than a minute, a police stop over claims of jaywalking devolved into what many are calling a troubling example of excessive force: a white officer walloping a black man with more than a dozen punches on a Sacramento street. The video has now been seen all around the country of 24-year-old Nandi Cain Jr . being thrown to the ground. The u...

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  • New York lawmakers approve free middle class college tuition
New York lawmakers approve free middle class college tuition

It is in line with a greater initiative by NY state and Cuomo to improve higher education throughout the state. This scholarship has been structured to help fill a gap after taking into account other state and federal grants. According to the Governor's office, tuition at SUNY and CUNY four-year schools cost roughly $6,400 and $4,300 at co...

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  • Easter egg hunt set for Saturday in NH
Easter egg hunt set for Saturday in NH

The event will also feature a petting zoo and other events for the entire family. Simply register to receive uninterrupted access to our award-winning and in-depth local online content! The event will be held come rain or shine. "Kids always get excited about Easter, egg hunts and the Easter Bunny", said Lana Haines, president of Hand in Hand....

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  • 'Manchester By The Sea' Inspired NY Couple To Kill Son
'Manchester By The Sea' Inspired NY Couple To Kill Son

Ernest Franklin said that the fire started accidentally when his wife was out shopping and that he'd left their dogs outside that night, which is why they survived. Meanwhile, Heather Franklin , 33, claimed to have gone to two stores seeking a certain product while driving around from 11:30 p.m. until about 2:30 a.m., when she returned home, autho...

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  • ACM Awards kick off with energy, jokes about Oscars mishap
ACM Awards kick off with energy, jokes about Oscars mishap

After they finished rocking out, Bryan and Bentley took the mic and opened the show with a skit about Las Vegas, joking that they stripped down as part of "Thunder Down Under", sharing a series of shirtless pics on the large screen in the T-Mobile Arena.

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  • Judge again finds discrimination in Texas' voter ID law
Judge again finds discrimination in Texas' voter ID law

The order is the latest blow to Texas' voting-rights record, as a three-judge panel of federal judges found in March that the Legislature gerrymandered several congressional districts in 2011 to neutralize the growing number of Democratic-leaning Latino voters in the state.

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  • Police say gunman had just been fired from fitness center
Police say gunman had just been fired from fitness center

Ironically, Wilson was initially let go from his position at the gym for "workplace violence", however, the details of the incident that led to his termination have not been revealed. An Equinox spokesperson said that Ackerman was a "kind and caring soul" and that she was loved and will be deeply missed. Wilson ultimately turned the gun on himsel...

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  • San Bernardino School Shooting Leaves 2 Adults Dead, 2 Children Injured
San Bernardino School Shooting Leaves 2 Adults Dead, 2 Children Injured

Two students have been hospitalized at this time; there are at least four victims, including students and teachers. Officers at the scene at North Park Elementary School on Monday respond to a shooting. Authorities said one was air-lifted to the hospital while the other was transported by ground. They were seen making their way across the pla...

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  • MI under slight risk for severe weather Monday
MI under slight risk for severe weather Monday

While very few are expected, any that develop can become severe. The SPC says the primary threat is severe hail with damaging winds, but that a tornado can't be ruled out. Strong storms likely across the Arklatex Monday evening and Monday night. Around 1 p.m., a severe thunderstorm was located over Willow Springs, moving northeast at 40 miles p...

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  • Clinton: 'Deeply concerned' about Russian election role
Clinton: 'Deeply concerned' about Russian election role

At Thursday's Women in the World Conference, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton addressed growing rumors that she was considering another run for public office. "As an American, I'm pretty anxious". Clinton said potential collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation should be looked into. When asked about how it feels to...

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  • Dallas emergency sirens hacked, sound overnight
Dallas emergency sirens hacked, sound overnight

Officials don't know who was responsible for the hacking, but Vaz said "with a good deal of confidence that this was someone outside our system" and in the Dallas area. The sirens, which began at 11:44pm, did not stop until 1.20am. The Dallas FBI attempted to calm people down by tweeting that the emergency sirens were malfunctioning and there was...

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  • SC church carnival bounce houses fly in air
SC church carnival bounce houses fly in air

As of Sunday afternoon, two of the five children who were hospitalized remained in the hospital. Presidents change and lawmakers come and go, but The Washington Times is always here, and FREE online. Luckily, the bounce house did not catch fire, the fire department said. David Pearson, operations pastor at the church, posted a statement on Fac...

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  • 2 inmates charged with killing 4 in South Carolina prison
2 inmates charged with killing 4 in South Carolina prison

The charges were announced early Saturday morning in a press release from Thom Berry, spokesman for the State Law Enforcement Division. SLED agents will lead the investigation, but will be assisted by the Richland County Coroner's Office and the corrections department's police services division, Sharpe said.

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  • At Trump's request, House may tweak health-care bill before recess
At Trump's request, House may tweak health-care bill before recess

Rep. Pete Sessions, R-Texas, chairman of the House Rules Committee, said it was unrealistic to think that the bill could be resurrected in a matter of days following significant changes. "They're in fight for what it means to be a Republican", said Andrew Clarke, a doctoral student at the University of Virginia who has researched the Freedom Caucus...

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  • These At-Home DNA Tests Are Now FDA-Approved
These At-Home DNA Tests Are Now FDA-Approved

In addition, this may nudge them to make key changes in their lifestyle choices to minimize the incidence of these diseases. Genetic testing can be useful to find out certain disease and conditions you may be at risk of developing. "Putting this in the hands of the consumer with a test that has that gray zone of false positive, false negative, ...

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