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Collapse of Patriot Prayer, Antifon Members Encourage Police Leap

Patriot prayer keepers march in Portland, Ore., June 30, 2018. (Associated Press) A "Freedom Contest" in Portland, Ore., Coordinated by the Right Group Patriot Prayer, was cut short Saturday after some of its supporters collided with anti-fascist opponents. The event began without incident until after 18:00 when members of the patriot prayer took to the streets after their gathering in …

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9 injured in mass stabbing at Idaho apartment complex

Boise, Idaho – Idaho police said nine people were hospitalized at the beginning of Sunday and a man is in storage for a lot of stabbing at a Boise apartment hotel, home to many refugee families. Boise police chief Bill Bones said all nine were taken to area hospitals, some with life-threatening injuries. "By this time, we have not lost …

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The human being was killed by the police were US naval teachers who tried to break the fight, reports say

Witnesses say Jason E. Washington, 45, Portland, Ore. by the Portland State University police late Friday. (Facebook) A man shot flawlessly outside a sports bar at the Portland State University campus police Friday night was an American navy veteran and father of three who tried to break a fight, reports reported. Jason E. Washington, 45, an American post officer from …

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Oregon right-wingers collide with anti-fascists at March in Portland

(Reuters) – Anti-fascist and right-wing activists collapsed in Portland, Oregon on Saturday night when violence broke out during a march in support of a conservative Republican candidate to the US Senate, reported the media. Protestants of the Right Party Patriot prayer coincide with demonstrators of anti-fascist groups during a demonstration in Portland, Oregon, USA, June 30, 2018, in this still …

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California mother, boyfriend charged with murder on her son

LOS ANGELES (AP) – A California woman and her boyfriend were charged Friday at the death of the woman's 10-year-old son who previously reported that he was beaten, locked and not fed, prosecuted prosecutors. Heather Maxine Barron and Kareem Ernesto Leiva were charged with each of a number of murders and tortures. Barron faces an extra number of child abuse, …

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Right-wing activists Patriot Prayer, anti-clash at Portland protests

PORTLAND, Ore. – Two opposing protest groups – Patriot Prayer and antifa – clashed in downtown Portland Saturday, CBS Portland affiliate KOIN reports. Portland police said failure to leave the area could leave for arrest, calling the demonstration a riot. More than 100 members of the Patriot Prayer group gathered at Terry Schrunk Plaza for a "freedom rally," while more …

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Republican wins Texas special election for the chair

The voters in Texas went to the polls on Saturday to replace Blake Farenthold, a Republican congressional leader who resigned in April after sexual harassment. (Susan Walsh / AP) Republican Michael Cloud will be the newest member of Congress after winning a special election in Texas to replace a GOP congressional leader who has suffered from sexual harassment. Cloud ended …

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Budget agreement raises taxes, spending more

gov. Phil Murphy (Photo: Chris Pedota / NorthJersey.com) Come to the verge of another state shutdown, Phil Murphy and other Democrats agreed on Saturday to an agreement that raises taxes on millions of millions and businesses to spend more on public transport, schools and other services, reached a compromise just a few hours before its constitutional deadline. Murphy and Legislative …

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Richard Overton, America's oldest man, had a bank account compromised

USA Today Network Shawna Reding, KVUE TV, Austin Published at 7:57 pm p.m. ET June 30, 2018 | Updated 7:57 p.m. ET June 30, 2018 Richard Overton, 107-year-old veteran of WWII, arrives at the Washington Reagan National Airport on November 10, 2013. (Photo: H. Darr Beiser, USA TODAY) AUSTIN, Texas – America's oldest man, a 112-year-old serving during World War …

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