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The judge orders President Trump to testify in the 2015 lawsuit

A New York City judge ordered President Trump to give evidence in a trial led by protesters saying they were attacked by Trump's security during the 2016 campaign. In a court filing Friday, the judge ordered Trump to sit for a videotaped deposition and provide testimony that can be used at trial in the case. Supreme Court Judge Doris M. …

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Officials: Tour bus accident near Utah National Park kills 4

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) – A tour bus crashed near a southern Utah national park and killed at least four people, authorities said Friday. The morning wreck near Bryce Canyon National Park also left a number of people seriously injured according to the Utah Highway Patrol. It happened near a motorway stop about 11 miles from the park entrance. The …

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Trump nominates wave of California judges, in new bid to reform courts

President Trump nominated a bunch of judges Friday to post on California-based federal courts, and expanded efforts to reshape the justice system after hitting a milestone earlier this month with the confirmation of the 150th federal judge on his watch. Two nominations are for the influential San Francisco-based Ninth Circuit Appeal Court, a long-liberal bench with jurisdiction over the American …

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California Sues the Trump Administration in Its Escalating War Over Auto Emissions

WASHINGTON – California and 23 other states on Friday filed suit against the Trump administration's unprecedented legal reversal of the state's authority to set its own rules on climate-warming tailpipe emissions. The lawsuit represents the starting gun in a sweeping legal battle over states' rights and climate change that is likely to be resolved only once it reaches the Supreme …

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AMBER ALERT: Police turn off in driving bodies to search a park where the missing NJ girl was last seen

Police swept Bridgeton City Park on Friday morning in groups looking for a 5-year-old girl who authorities say may have been abducted by a man when he played there earlier this week. The reward for finding Dulce Maria Alavez has increased to $ 30,000 thanks to donations from the FBI, the New Jersey State Police Benevolent Association, the Cumberland County …

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The Blasio's Back: Here Are 6 Major Problems with Facing

[Readmoreabout the mayor's decision on Friday to end his bid for the Oval Office.] After five months of a presidential campaign that generated more shrugs than buzz, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Friday that he would end his candidacy and focus on his full-time job running New York City. The clock is running out on Mr. de Blasio's time …

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Michelle Carter, convicted of urging boyfriend to take his own life, is denied parole

Michelle Carter, the young woman convicted of encouraging her boyfriend to kill himself, had her request for parole rejected by a Massachusetts state board. "The [board] is troubled that Ms. Carter not only encouraged [Conrad Roy III] To take his own life, she actively prevented others from intervening in his suicide, ”the parole board wrote in its decision released Friday …

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"Suicidal text" girlfriend Michelle Carter is denied early release

Michelle Carter, the Massachusetts woman who was convicted of encouraging her boyfriend to kill herself via text messages, on Friday rejected her request for early release by the State Parole Board. "[board] is concerned that Ms. Carter not only urged [Conrad Roy III] to take her own life, she actively prevented others from interfering in his suicide," the board wrote …

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Young voters still "Feel the Bern", but not only for Bernie Sanders Anymore

But she also said she was interested in Miss Warren and wanted to hear her speak. Jiego Lim, an 18-year-old student at the University of Nevada, Reno, who volunteered at Mr. Sanders' event there, said he supported Mr. Sanders, however, also became fascinated by Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Senator Kamala Harris. "I feel we need a fresh new face in …

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