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From paycheck to puppies: Get ready for new laws in 2019

The Group CEO, Christine Owens, said that the increases come after years of frustration by hard workers, lower income Americans. "Working people are struggling to pay their bills, but they see that it is the companies and the rich CEOs who receive the tax credits. That's not right," said Owens. "The American people believe in the value of the work …

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Fishermen find a bundle of suspected cocaine in the Florida Keys

Matthew Hood noted something flowing under the quayside in the Caribbean Resort and used a net to pull it out. When he pulled the plastic-coated package out of the water, the outer plastic ripped. Inside, he saw a powder and immediately called the Islamorada Coast Guard, according to a police report. "Most people who live and sail down here and …

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Trump compares the boundary wall to "Wall around" the Obama home

Breaking News Emails Get deleted news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that play a role, delivered everyday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Dec. 31, 2018 / 1:59 AM GMT By Tim Stelloh President Donald Trump compared his proposed border wall on Sunday with a fence-like barrier surrounding the Washington home for Barack and Michelle Obama. [19659007] "President and Mrs. Obama …

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Terry McAuliffe: "Democrats shouldn't give an inch" in the budget debate

The suspension, which largely depends on how much federal funding is to be allocated for border security, has put 380,000 federal employees on furlough, while another 420,000 work without pay. "What should Democratic leaders in Congress do? CNN's Dana Bash asked McAuliffe, a Democrat, on the" Union State. "" Don't give an inch, "McAuliffe replied." Democrats shouldn't give an inch. …

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Videos showing protection personnel who print, postpone migrant children under scrutiny for possible penalties

The news comes after the Arizona Republic has received surveillance videos through an open record request showing that employees are pushing and pulling migrant children in a shelter run by Southwest Key, the nation's largest provider of immigrant children. According to the newspaper, events took place at the Hacienda Del Sol shelter in Youngtown, Arizona, in mid-September, involving three children …

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Graham says "I feel pretty good" about Syria after lunch with Trump

Then. Lindsey Graham, RS.C. told reporters Sunday that "I feel pretty good about where we are going" in Syria after proposing that President Trump "reconsider" the planned trigger that had hit two-party criticism and forced the defense secretary's resignation of James Mattis. Graham emerged from the White House after a two hour lunch with Trump and said the president "told …

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