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Court judgment undermines Trump's congress block

He made a sweeping point about Congress's power to hold a president into account – in an argument that will be dampened by Trump's attempt to avert a surveillance offensive. Trump appeals the decision and long court battles weigh – so Monday's ruling was a setback in a much longer war, a factor that gives Trump a significant political advantage. …

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Justin Amash GOP Primary Challenger: "Quite Ridiculous" to Consider Trump's Punishment

Congressman Justin Amash's Republican chief contender on Monday said it was "completely ridiculous" that the Michigan legislature would consider whether President Trump reached the threshold of impeachment. "There is much more than we can talk about than that comment, but it's more than just a comment, he urges our president to be impeached," said Michigan State Rep. Jim Lower at …

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Two dead after floatplane crashing near Annette Island

A Taquan beaver is dragged to the beach after crashing into the water near Metlakatla. Both people on board were killed. (Photo by Thomas R. Leask) Two people are dead after a DeHavilland Beaver powered by Taquan Air went down near Metlakatla about 4 p.m. Monday. The pilot and a passenger were the only people on board planet. They will …

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Ohio Intermediate School Students Examined to Allegedly Add Body Fluids to Teacher's Crepes

Worst class ever? A group of middle school students in Ohio tried to serve urine-and-semen-filled crepes to their teachers during a "gourmet" cooking competition – and are now being investigated by the local authorities, a report says. The tummy meal went down on Thursday at Hyatt's Middle School in Powell, according to WBNS. Two middle school students are being investigated …

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Tornados pass through Oklahoma and Texas, but the region is very saved

HOUSTON – Heavy thunderstorms hit parts of Texas and Oklahoma on Monday night and produced short-lived tornadoes – including stunning side-by-side twisters in Oklahoma's countryside – but at the beginning of Tuesday, the region seemed to have been sharply saved from violent weather that had been scared by forecasters. The forecast from forecasts, issued by the National Weather Service Storm …

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Pilot and passenger die after floatplane crash in Alaska

Victims were a pilot and passenger on a Taquan Air Beaver floatplane, according to a statement from the Ketchikan Gateway Borough. A floatplane is an airplane with pontoons or floats that allows landing on water. No one else was on the plane, the statement read. Local "good Samaritans and local emergency wards" could help with the wreck before the coast …

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Nancy Pelosi repeatedly confronted impeachment

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Shoots repeated attempts by his own parties to move forward on a persecution request against President Trump on Monday. Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tenn., Insisted on impeachment during a democratic governance and political committee meeting, but Pelosi was rude. "This is not about politics, it's about what's best for the American people," said Pelosi, a member …

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House Judiciary Chairman Disadvantages: Trump makes it "harder" not to consider impeachment

Court chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-NY, accused the White House of "scary" former adviser Don McGahn from witnessing Capitol Hill and said it was "harder" not to consider President Trump's sanction on Monday night. Nadler told CNN anchor Chris Cuomo that his committee will hold McGahn "contempt" for not following the lawsuit and taking the battle to court. "You are dealing …

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Auburn Police Death: How to Help Officer William Buechner's Family

After the Auburn Police Officer William Buechner was killed on Sunday evening when he answered a phone call, the community came up with a goal to raise $ 5,000 for Buechner's family. A GoFundMe page for the Buechner Memorial Fund went live early Monday night. More than SEK 600 was raised during the first hour of crowdfunding effort. Buechner, a …

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