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He killed the teacher and wounded two children, who were near her. Parents and family members were not allowed on campus, so they waited across the street, hoping to catch a glimpse of their children. Chief Jarrod Burguan in a tweet said that all the school is being evacuated with all the students being "taken to cajon high school". Aerial footage showed students gathered on a field and a blacktop basketball court inside the fenced-in grounds of the campus as school buses lined up.
  • Trump May Boot Bannon and Priebus in Major White House Shakeup

    Trump May Boot Bannon and Priebus in Major White House Shakeup

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    White House spokesperson Lindsay Walters in a statement on Friday that the reports of staff turnover are "completely false" and "driven by people who want to distract from the success taking place in this administration". Kushner's lawyer described the omissions as an error and his aides say that he is compiling supplemental material to share with the F.B.I. "Things are happening, but it's very unclear the president's willing to pull that trigger", an anonymous administration official ...
  • South Korean Army on full combat alert after North Korea missile test

    South Korean Army on full combat alert after North Korea missile test

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    Two weeks ago, the South Korean and US militaries said they detected what they called a failed North Korean ballistic missile launch. In the event of a North Korean nuclear attack (or even signs of preparations for one), KMPR specifically calls for surgical strikes against key leadership figures of the communist regime and military infrastructure with the missiles part of a so-called kill chain consisting of integrated information, surveillance, and strike systems, as well as the Korea ...
  • Water level in River Jhelum crosses 'flood declaration' mark

    Water level in River Jhelum crosses 'flood declaration' mark

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    He said not even a single flight was able to operate from the only airport in the Valley due fresh snowfall and rain, resulting in poor visibility. "The schools shall remain closed till Sunday". The Meteorological Department also issued a heavy rain alert for the hill districts of Uttarakhand over the next 48 hours, starting late on Tuesday night.
  • White House officials offer change to health care bill

    White House officials offer change to health care bill

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    Sen. Rand PaulRand PaulPaul: Susan Rice should testify under oath about Trump unmasking Paul: New ObamaCare repeal talk 'helpful, ' but need more time Invoke the American tradition and enact a healthcare do-over MORE (R-Ky.), an ardent opponent of ObamaCare, is proposing Republicans leave in place the law's subsidies while spending less on them, a compromise he thinks could gather the support needed to pass a repeal of the law.
  • Florida Bill would eliminate end-of-year exams for some students

    Florida Bill would eliminate end-of-year exams for some students

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    The legislation also confines slot machines to tribal-run casinos and tracks in South Florida. - Children attending elementary schools in Florida would have recess every day under a bill approved by the Florida Senate. Since that time, the leadership of the Senate changed and a number of House members who back the app-based services won election to the Senate. Hialeah Republican Bryan Avila is keeping hope alive that a bill to allow retailers to sell hard liquor in the same store as ...
  • Flooding rains possible through early Wednesday

    Flooding rains possible through early Wednesday

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    It's a chilly and raw afternoon and another significant rain is heading into the area tonight through midday Wednesday . "Rainfall totals from this storm will range from 0.5" to 1.5" with up to 2" possible in some locations where the heaviest rain moves through.
  • Daughter of 9/11 policeman dies at pancake-eating contest

    Daughter of 9/11 policeman dies at pancake-eating contest

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    It was a second tragedy to hit her family after Caitlin's dad James Nelson , a NY police officer, died in the 9/11 terror attack. The New York City chief medical examiner's office released autopsy results Wednesday for Caitlin Nelson, a 20-year-old from Clark, New Jersey, who attended Sacred Heart University in Fairfield .
  • Boeing Inks $3 Billion Deal To Sell Airplanes To Iran

    Boeing Inks $3 Billion Deal To Sell Airplanes To Iran

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    Aircraft lessors may be hesitant to back the purchase if the threat of renewed sanctions raises a risk they couldn't reclaim the planes. "They'll have to make tough decisions". The deal follows the lifting of economic sanctions by the Obama administration previous year, in exchange for concessions on Iran's nuclear programme.
  • Andhra Pradesh CMs son Nara Lokesh takes oath as MLC

    Andhra Pradesh CMs son Nara Lokesh takes oath as MLC

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    He was sworn-in in the Business Advisory Committee room in the legislature complex, apparently to enable the Vedic scholars to chant hymns after he was administered the oath. Jawahar (West Godavari). She is the youngest minister in the state cabinet. "This is a defiance of our Constitution", Jaganmohan said. Meanwhile, TDP MLA from Vijayawada Central, Bonda Umamaheswara Rao, who aspired to become a minister, announced that he would resign from his post but continue in the party.
  • Bill would let states block some Planned Parenthood money

    Bill would let states block some Planned Parenthood money

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    Pence, a long-time opponent of abortion rights, voted with the 50 other Republicans to proceed to a vote to roll back an Obama administration rule that barred states from cutting off federal family-planning money to abortion providers. A companion bill passed the U.S. House in February, meaning this week's action in the upper chamber sends the bill to the President's desk for a signature.
  • British police name London attacker as Khalid Masood, 52

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    Rowley said that at least 50 people were injured in the attack with 31 requiring medical treatment. The Prime Minister told the House of Commons this morning that the attacker was British-born and "known to MI5". The arrests were made in the West Midlands and north west, Scotland Yard's top anti-terror officer Mark Rowley said at a press conference. British anti-terrorism police said on Saturday they still believe the man who launched a deadly attack outside parliament this week was acting ...
  • White House invites lawmakers to see intelligence material

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    O'Neil, Yates' attorney, declined to comment or provide the letter he sent to the White House Counsel's office when contacted by CNN Tuesday. House Intelligence Committee member Rep. He fired his national security adviser, Michael Flynn, last month for misrepresenting meetings with the Russian ambassador. Highlights of the day for U.S.
  • Najib's visit to India bags number of deals

    Najib's visit to India bags number of deals

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    Indian officials have in the past too discussed exploring the Malaysian model and modifying it for local use here. A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed on cooperation in the proposed development of an urea and ammonia manufacturing plant in Malaysia and offtake of existing surplus urea from Malaysia to India.
  • Chinese leader, US' Tillerson focus on developing ties

    Chinese leader, US' Tillerson focus on developing ties

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    There was no mention of contentious issues like North Korea's missile and nuclear programmes or self-ruled Taiwan, which China claims as its own. That was swiftly dismissed by the U.S. The visit to China by Rex Tillerson, the first member of US President Donald Trump's cabinet to do so, is the last leg of his Asian tour, his first overseas trip since becoming the chief US diplomat.
  • Kim Jong-Nam's body returned to North Korea as suspects released

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    However, both men, namely the Second Secretary at the North Korean Embassy in Malaysia, Hyon Kwang-Song, 44, and the other who was an employee of North Korean Airline, Kim Uk-il, 37 had been interrogated by the police earlier. The other North Koreans named by Malaysian investigators are all back in North Korea. Though there was no official confirmation of their departure the men were identifiable from handouts released by the Malaysian police during their investigation.
  • S Korea's Park questioned at court hearing on arrest request

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    She is the third former president of South Korea to be arrested over criminal allegations, Yonhap reports. Live TV footage shows a black sedan carrying Park Geun-hye entering the detention center near Seoul early Friday. Earlier Thursday, before Park left her home, about 30 of them briefly lay on the road in a symbolic gesture of preventing her from going to the court hearing.
  • US condemns Venezuela Supreme Court decision

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    Leaders of the Democratic Unity opposition coalition renewed their demand for early presidential elections and accused Maduro of duplicating Peruvian leader Alberto Fujimori's notorious 1992 closure of Congress. Its latest ruling came a day after it stripped lawmakers of their legislative immunity, clearing the way for them to face prosecution. Maduro's government a year ago cancelled a recall referendum seeking to remove him from office before his term ends in 2019 and suspended ...
  • Kim body to be sent to North Korea, Malaysians freed

    Kim body to be sent to North Korea, Malaysians freed

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    After his death, a diplomatic row between the two countries escalated when Malaysian authorities imposed a ban on North Korean nationals leaving the country. "I have instructed for all possible measures to be taken to bring those responsible for this murder to justice", Najib added. The statement does not name Kim Jong Nam.
  • White House Officials Aided Nunes in Getting Intel

    White House Officials Aided Nunes in Getting Intel

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    This comes in addition to a report in The Washington Post that The Trump administration sought to block former acting Attorney General Sally Yates from testifying in the investigation into ties between the Trump campaign team and Russian officials.