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Bianca Devins Stepmom Begs Public to stop sharing pictures of murder

When the Bianca Devins family continues to care for their death, their calming stepmother deceives the public to stop sharing images of the youth killings on the net. On Monday it was only one day after Devins was considered deadly by a man she had met Instagram – who then published pictures of her body on social media – Kaleigh …

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House kills resolution to impeach Donald Trump – as it happened | US news

Here's some analysis of Bernie Sanders' from the Guardian's Lauren Gambino in Washington: Bernie Sander s offered a robust defense of his Medicare for All proposal vowing to the international embarrassment of the US being the only major, wealthy country in the world without a universal healthcare system as the issue takes center stage in the race to capture the …

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House holds Barr, Ross in criminal contempt, as GOP decries 'more political theater'

The Democrat-controlled House of Representatives on Wednesday voted to hold Attorney General Bill Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in criminal contempt, saying they were stonewalling congressional probes in the Trump administration's efforts to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census. 19659002] The vote was one of a series of rapid-fire developments to rock the house, coming less than …

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See which candidates did the clip: NPR

At the democratic presidential debate in June, the match between former Vice President Joe Biden and California changed Sen. Kamala Harris on the second night's campaign. Both will be in the next debate on July 30 and 31, but perhaps not on stage together. Drew Angerer / Getty Images hide caption change caption Drew Angerer / Getty Images In the …

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Heat Wave to Hit Two-Thirds of the U.S. Here's What to Expect.

Despite the scorching heat, Democratic candidates for president have continued to crisscross the state. Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota marched three miles over the weekend in sauna-like heat, and earlier this week, Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Ind., Sweated through a forum on gun violence. Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts is expected to attend an AARP forum in …

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Instead of lemonade, this 11-year-old sells "icy beer"

This was quickly noticed by his Utah neighborhood. So much so that the Brigham City Police Department received three business reports. But when the officials arrived at the site on Tuesday, all they found was a knowledgeable salesman. The young man actually sold ice cold (root) beer. "Quite frankly, when our officers got there, they found it pretty brilliant," says …

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Pelosi rips Trump invite to link Dems to "Squad," promises not to "waste our time on it"

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pushed back hard Wednesday against President Trump's efforts to throw New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez progressive "squad" as her party, now that the fractious caucus has joined to condemn the president's ravaged loaded tweets "We are all respectful that we do not waste our time on it," Pelosi said during a press conference at the Capitol …

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