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Video shows massacre suspicious punching itself, speaks softly

In this image, which was made from video filed on Wednesday, August 8, 2018, by Broward County Sheriff Office, Detective John Curcio, turned talking with Nikolas Cruz at a interrogation room in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Broward County Sheriff Office via Associated Press) SUNRISE, Fla. – Prosecutors on Wednesday released hours of video inquiry of Florida's school shooting suspicion, images showing …

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Police officer's son, 18, was arrested in brutal attacks on the 71-year-old Sikh man: police officers

Tyrone Keith McAllister, son of Union City Police Chief Darryl McAllister, was apparently booked on behalf of robbery, elder abuse and assault with a fatal weapon. (Manteca Police Department) The 18-year-old son of a police chief in the California Bay Area was arrested on Wednesday in connection with an attack on a 71-year-old Sikh man who took his daily walk. …

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Iowa says "maybe I was the last person to see" Mollie Tibbetts

An Iowa man said police found their homes in connection with Mollie Tibbetts, the University of Iowa student who disappeared last month after going to the evening war. Interested in Missing Iowa Woman? Add Miss Iowa Woman as an interest in keeping up to date on the latest news, video and analysis from ABC News. In an exclusive interview with …

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Judge in Manafort Trial Is a Caesar in his own Rome

"I'm an emperor in my own Rome," he said at one point and discussed why he refused to allow respondents not to request any competition instead of guilty. "It's a pretty little Rome," he added. Some lawyers who have been in his courtroom say it's better to let him get the last word instead of engaging in what is essentially …

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Like Father, As Son: Trump Jr. Defiant about Russia Probe

WASHINGTON (AP) – About Donald Trump Jr. is worried, he does not show it for sure. His father, the president, is reported to be delighted about the destruction of his eldest son in Russia's investigation. And Don Jrn's role in the Special Council's mouth continues to throw headlines. But the 40-year-old is hardly banging his head. He is loved to …

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Shocking video reveals Nikolas Cruz's hesitant confession

Nikolas Cruz confession bands were released on Wednesday, and they are much more disturbing than people imagined. During his interrogation, the recognized Parkland shooter can see him in the face several times and pretend to shoot his head – while the words "just the King kills me" repeatedly to a surveillance camera. "It's painful [to watch]", says Ryan Petty, whose …

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Alabama beachgoers bother the smallest tern bon, little bird egg "cook"

On July 10, 2018, photos from Birmingham Audubon beach volleyball equipment show on Sand Island, Ala. Wildlife officials say beach volleyball players on the small island outside of Alabama probably killed hundreds of unaccompanied birds, moving eggs (Photo: Andrew Haffendon / Birmingham Audubon via AP) Beachgoers visiting a remote Alabama island disturbed the farmland for a federally protected bird species, …

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Trump Administration Proposal may punish legal immigrants if their family members use public support

A proposed change of regulation from the Trump administration can severely limit the number of legal immigrants eligible to become permanent residents by punishing them if their family members receive public support – even though their families are American citizens. According to an NBC report on August 7, 2018, the proposed amendment to what is known as the "public fee" …

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Mar-a-Lago Allies shot a direct line to Trump, Kushner

This group of three, led by Marvel Entertainment, chairman Ike Perlmutter, was very open to "smeared by the president and fully supported to influence politics at VA", even though they were never appointed or installed as formal adviser, said the source. Bruce Moskowitz, a Palm Beach doctor and attorney Marc Sherman were the other two individuals who worked to influence …

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