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Maine governor speaks "stolen elections" on certificates confirming the democratic election election

Outreach Republican Maine government Paul LePage took on a Friday at a democratic candidate victory in a controversial House race, writing "stolen elections" next to his signature on the certificate confirming the election results. LePage Certified Victory by Democratic Rep. Selected Jared Golden after Rope. Bruce Poliquin, a two-term Republican congressman, announced his opponent on Christmas Eve following a controversial …

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New storm is expected to call 2019

It comes on the deadly storm system heels that plagued much of the Midwest, South and East over Christmas. The worst is over when the storm drives offshore to the Atlantic. But it killed at least six people in the Midwest and South and causes snowstorm conditions, one foot of snow and winds exceeding 55 km / h to the …

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Fallout grows as spending deadlock enters new year: NPR

Mountaineers on top of rocks at Joshua Tree National Park that were open but visitors center other facilities were closed due to state suspension on December 22, 2018. Irfan Khan / LA Times via Getty Images hide caption change caption Irfan Khan / LA Times via Getty Images Mountaineers on top of rocks at Joshua Tree National Park which were …

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Three bodies were found in Southern California home after police wound gun, which died later, authorities say.

Three people were found dead in a Santa Barbara County, California, home Friday night, officials said. A gunman died in a hospital after a fight with the police, they said. Police found three bodies in a home in a gated community in Southern California on Friday night after exchanging gunfire with a suspect who had barricaded inside the home, according …

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New arrests in California police deaths Murder weapons may have been found, authorities say.

Conrado Virgen Mendoza, 34, left, Chowchilla and Ana Leyde Cervantes, 30, Newman, and were arrested on Friday in connection with the death of a Newman police corporation, authorities say. (Stanislaus County Sherriff Department) On Friday, the authorities said they had detained two people in connection with this week's shooting death by a California police, who broke the total number of …

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Trump-Russia: Republican probe of alleged FBI bias ends "with a spike" | American news

Republicans have silently and undoubtedly completed their congressional inquiry into whether the FBI and the Justice Department were deepening in their handling of requests in Hillary Clinton's e-mails and Donald Trump's ties to Russia. Court chairman Robert Goodlatte and supervisor Trey Gowdy, retiring next week, sent a letter rather than a full report to the Justice Department and Senate Mitch …

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It's a great baby! Texas mother gives birth to 14-pound, 13-ounce son

"We didn't expect 14 pounds," a proud Texas mother said this month. "No one did." Maybe everything is really bigger in Texas. At 14 pounds, 13 ounces, parents of Ali James Medlock told them that their son is the heaviest baby ever born in Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital near Dallas. A spokesman for Texas Health Resources confirmed the United …

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Trump makes federal payment free official for 2019

The freezing became official on Friday with an executive order while federal employees led into their second week of uncertainty due to a partial state suspension. WASHINGTON – The union workers' wages are frozen until 2018 levels for the whole of next year after a White House executive order issued on Friday. Agency for Human Resources released payment tables Friday …

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The 2-year-old son of a Yemeni mother who fought for a visa to visit him has died

The 2-year-old passed away Friday at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital in Oakland, California, according to the Council on US Islamic Relations. His mother, Shaima Swileh, was prevented from traveling to the United States under the White House travel ban which limits Yemeni citizens from entering the country. She was granted a visa by the US State Department last week and …

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Farmers risk loss of federal payments, loans, from suspension

The end of 2018 seemed to signal good things to come for America's peasants. Fresh from the farm of the agricultural bill, which approved agricultural, conservation and safety net programs, the Ministry of Agriculture last week announced a second round of direct payments to growers who were hardest hit by President Donald Trump's trade war with China. Interested in Donald …

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