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The Trump Administration rolls back protection against clean water

[WildlifeClimateNewsIDBox? Sign up here for Climate Fwd: our newsletter via email.] Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers, who worked together to write the original Obama the water rule, is expected to issue a new, looser compensation ordinance by the end of this year. It is expected that the new measure, which is still under development, will retain federal …

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Suspects in shooting against Texas Walmart charged with capital murder charges

A 21-year-old Texas man accused of shooting more than 20 people at a busy Walmart in El Paso last month was indicted on Thursday on a capital murder charge, prosecutors announced. Prosecutors for El Paso are seeking the death penalty for Patrick Crusius, who remains incarcerated without bond in connection with the shooting on August 3, where 22 were killed …

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Parents of Georgia Tech student shot dead by campus police

Nearly two years after their son was killed by a campus police officer at Georgia Tech, William and Lynne Schultz filed an illegal death sentence Wednesday against the university, the official and the state's Regents Board. "It was preventable. That should never have happened, and it was a tragedy, ”family lawyer L. Chris Stewart said at a news conference Thursday. …

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Google Earth leads to the remains of the missing Florida man

WELLINGTON, Fla. (AP) – It took 22 years, but a missing man's remains were finally found thanks to someone zooming into his former Florida neighborhood with Google satellite imagery and marking a car submerged in a lake, authorities said The skeletal remains were of William Moldt, who disappeared in 1997 at the age of 40, according to the Palm Beach …

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California submarine crew has not required watchdogs when fire broke out, reports find

All six crew members on a dive boat were asleep when it caught fire off the California coast last week, killing 34 people, federal investigators announced Thursday. Conception was required for a crew member to keep watch at night In a two-sided preliminary report, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) said that five crew members slept in their blocks behind …

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Why the debate nonqualifiers won't quit (yet)

MANCHESTER, N.H. – Bill de Blasio runs American's biggest city, oversees a budget bigger than Ireland's, and commands a police force bigger than the army George Washington needed to win America's independence at Yorktown. But right now, all the mayor of New York City needs is something much more humble – and, so far, elusive: a measly bump in the …

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The Department of Justice agrees to reveal the name of individual accused for helping hijackers 9/11

The person's identity will remain a closely guarded secret for now, but it will be shared with lawyers representing the victims of the attacks who have alleged that the Saudi government has helped coordinate the terrorists in a lawsuit. the lawyers can then request the Ministry of Justice to release the name wider. The transition to reveal the name came …

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Democratic debates 2019 live updates: In Texas, Democrats face third Democratic presidential primary debates – live updates

Leading Democratic candidates 2020 meet in Texas for third debate Ten candidates meet on stage at the third Democratic primary debate in Houston, Texas, on Thursday night. For the first time since debates began in August, Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren will be on the same stage. In fact, Thursday's match-up is the first time all qualified candidates will meet …

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The University of Florida dorm room RA is accused of sexually assaulting a student

A University of Florida student arrested after a college student accused him of sexually assaulting her in his dorm was released without bond last week after his attorneys claimed that the student's "academic future will be further jeopardized" if he stopped remaining prison. Ian A. Milaski, a 21-year-old assistant in the residence, was arrested Aug. 29 and charged with false …

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Jerry Falwell, Jr. derided Liberty students, parents, and faculty in emails

Liberty University President Jerry Falwell, Jr. has bashed his university's students and faculty in dozens of emails since he started leading the school in 2008. Falwell is the son of the televangelist and pastor Jerry Falwell, who died in 2007. Since taking over his father's Virginia-based university, Falwell Jr. has been caught up in several scandals and has asked federal …

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