• Judge halts Arkansas plan to execute 8 inmates in 11 days
Judge halts Arkansas plan to execute 8 inmates in 11 days

Crowds gather at a rally opposing Arkansas' upcoming executions, which are set to begin next week, on the front steps of the Capitol Friday, April 14, 2017 , in Little Rock, Ark . On Friday, the pharmaceutical company filed a lawsuit and asked for a temporary restraining order preventing its drug from being used in executions.

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  • Melania Trump remind Donald how the national anthem works
Melania Trump remind Donald how the national anthem works

While Obama's egg rolls were star-studded occasions, featuring the likes of Beyonce, Justin Bieber and Arianna Grande, President Trump's event was centred around, well, himself. Before joining the festivities with his family, Trump thanked his wife for "working on this for a long time to make it ideal". "On behalf of the president and (our son) ...

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  • Murder suspect raises unprecedented $35M bail via friends
Murder suspect raises unprecedented $35M bail via friends

For the a year ago, Li has been held on a $35 million bail, which is one of the largest in United States history. Li's mother and a "consortium" of wealthy friends put together $4 million in cash and $62 million in property assets as bail - in California, twice the bail amount must be met if property is being used in lieu of cash.

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  • Washington State Mall Shooting Suspect Found Dead in Jail Cell
Washington State Mall Shooting Suspect Found Dead in Jail Cell

It was not immediately clear how Cetin died. Authorities have not yet determined the cause of his death. Watch with us on TV or use this link for the KIRO 7 newscast livestream . Mr. Cetin is alleged to have shot 5 shoppers at a Macy's department store after first trying to enter through the backdoor of a nearby cinema. Authorities say Cetin h...

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  • Inmate slated to die Thursday due at hearing
Inmate slated to die Thursday due at hearing

Bishop Dewane joins the Catholic community of Arkansas, and people of good will across the country and around the world, in urging Governor Hutchinson to reconsider this plan. The state scheduled such a compressed schedule because of the expiration of its supply of midazolam. Davis' execution would have come two years after Arkansas enacted a mea...

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  • North Carolina health officials report 15 more flu deaths
North Carolina health officials report 15 more flu deaths

The first was a 53-year-old woman who contracted Influenza B, and the second was 88 and infected with Influenza A. "We are deeply saddened by this news and our thoughts are with the family and friends of this child", Thompson said in a prepared statement.

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  • Setback doesn't deter Arkansas plans for later executions
Setback doesn't deter Arkansas plans for later executions

But Arkansas's attorney general requested that the U.S. Supreme Court overturn the ruling so that Davis's execution could be carried out. Hutchinson noted that the state Supreme Court decision was not unanimous and said any further delay harms the loved ones of the two people killed by Davis and Ward.

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  • North Korea parades military weapons, but no nuke test
North Korea parades military weapons, but no nuke test

Intelligence agencies and analysts had warned that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un might commemorate the annual holiday Saturday marking the 105th birthday of his grandfather Kim Il Sung, the founder of North Korea, to conduct a nuclear weapons test or yet another missile test.

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  • Lawyers: Don't rush Arkansas executions decision
Lawyers: Don't rush Arkansas executions decision

The Arkansas Supreme Court received a motion filed by Attorney General Leslie Rutledge requesting the court to reconsider its order granting Bruce Earl Ward a stay on his scheduled execution. The executions are halted _ for now. The company said that the state of Arkansas "gone outside approved channels to obtain midazolam and potassium chloride".

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  • Talk-radio host Alex Jones argues persona in custody dispute
Talk-radio host Alex Jones argues persona in custody dispute

The Austin American-Statesman reported that Kelly Jones described her ex-husband at a recent pretrial hearing in Austin as "not a stable person". "He broadcasts from home", she continued. He called Schiff an "archetypal cocksucker" and a "fairy", and said, "I'll beat your goddamn ass, you son of a bitch". And he acknowledged the threat ag...

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  • Cleveland police hunt for man who streamed fatal shooting on Facebook Live
Cleveland police hunt for man who streamed fatal shooting on Facebook Live

The Cleveland community is left in shock after a gruesome broad daylight killing was broadcast live on social media, and police are desperate to capture the suspect. "I am sorry that all of this has happened", Lane wrote in a text message to CBS. "It's not real. (My father) was a good guy". Stephens is not believed to have known Godwin, police ...

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  • U.S. says notes concerns of European monitors in Turkey referendum
U.S. says notes concerns of European monitors in Turkey referendum

Although opponents have questioned the result, the head of the country's electoral body says it is valid. Ahead of the announcement from the observers, the deputy leader of Turkey's opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) called for the results to be annulled.

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  • Kenyans shine in strong wins at Boston Marathon
Kenyans shine in strong wins at Boston Marathon

The first woman to officially run the Boston Marathon is back this year, 50 years later. After the incident afforded her celebrity status, she joined Avon Inc.as an executive and helped create the Avon International Running Circuit of women-only races in 27 countries.

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  • Man arrested in connection to death of Princeton jogger Vanessa Marcotte
Man arrested in connection to death of Princeton jogger Vanessa Marcotte

Marcotte was found dead in the woods near her mother's home in Princeton in August 2016. Early said the DNA match was confirmed Friday. Investigators reported that Marcotte likely fought back during the struggle with her assailant and that the murder would likely have sustained scratches or scrapes to their head, neck, hands, and upper arms durin...

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  • UN Security Council Fails to Pass Resolution Condemning Syria Attack
UN Security Council Fails to Pass Resolution Condemning Syria Attack

It was stark evidence that the president is moving ever further from his campaign promises to establish better ties with Moscow. He also criticized USA foreign policy, calling it "ambiguous" and "contradictory". "I do not know who saw them". He also rejected American claims of certain evidence that Assad ordered the chemical attack. Tillers...

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  • Trump's tax returns are the target of nationwide protests on Saturday
Trump's tax returns are the target of nationwide protests on Saturday

The march in Scranton expects to attract a few thousand people and will be centralized in the downtown area. Hayes said politicians and special interests benefit from the perpetuation of the current system, but the American people do not.

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  • GOP owns health care dilemma now, and voter skepticism
GOP owns health care dilemma now, and voter skepticism

It is probable several aspects of Obamacare will be part of whatever replacement the president and Congress devise. Almost everyone thought the lawsuit would fail - the Republicans' own attorneys dropped the case twice - but the case ended up before a Bush/Cheney appointee who actually ruled in the GOP's favor, though the decision was put on hold...

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  • Trump signs law rolling back Planned Parenthood funding protection
Trump signs law rolling back Planned Parenthood funding protection

A Republican-led Congress passed the measure last month with Vice President Mike Pence casting a tie-breaking vote. "This is promise kept", said the Susan B. But the law only allows states to redirect funds from abortion providing groups, it does not force them to do so. "The main thing that Cecile Richards was doing was explaining that t...

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  • Iowa to become latest state to allow guns in its Capitol
Iowa to become latest state to allow guns in its Capitol

Critics have raised concerns about how the bill would affect security at places such as city halls and courthouses, many of which are gun-free zones. Cox, executive director, NRA-ILA. "We'd love to have gone further, but this is still the most monumental piece of Second Amendment legislation and rights enhancement that Iowans have ever seen".

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  • Trump says US not going to get involved in Syria
Trump says US not going to get involved in Syria

TRUMP: But I will tell you, only because you've treated me so good for so long, I have to (INAUDIBLE) right? You know that thing where you see a piece of cake so lovely you momentarily forget the target of your 59 cruise missiles? This is during dessert.

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