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After dramatic day, GOP fails to reach health care deal
Washington (CNN) A frenzied 24 hours filled with hushed deliberations on Capitol Hill, senior-level meetings at the White House and back-to-back phone calls with the President came to an end Wednesday -- quietly and unceremoniously. Well before ...
GOP health-care plan hangs in balance as conservatives demand changesWashington Post
White House shift to right on health care angers moderatesPolitico
Late GOP Proposal Could Mean Plans That Cover Aromatherapy but Not ChemotherapyNew York Times
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Majority of Orange County residents oppose deportations, travel ban and border wall
President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting on women in healthcare, Wednesday, March 22, in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington. A majority of Southern California residents oppose Trump's key immigration policies – including his ...
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The Latest: China, Australia leaders discuss London attack
LONDON — The latest on the attack outside Britain's Parliament (all times local):. 4:10 a.m.. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang says the terrorist attack outside the British Parliament in London was the first subject of discussion when he met with Prime ...
London attack: Assailant shot dead after 4 killed near ParliamentCNN
London Attack: What We Know and Don't KnowNew York Times
Four dead, at least 20 injured in UK parliament 'terrorist' attackYahoo News
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South Korea starts lifting Sewol ferry, almost three years after disaster
TOKYO — The Sewol ferry, which sank off the coast of South Korea almost three years ago, costing 304 lives, partially emerged from the water Thursday as a huge salvage operation got underway. The disaster continues to leave a deep scar in South Korea.
Sunken South Korean ferry slowly emerges three years after disasterNasdaq
Sewol disaster ferry raised in South Korea after three yearsBBC News
A look at developments in the 2014 S. Korean ferry disasterABC News
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Police officer, 3 other people killed in Wisconsin shooting rampage
Police at Marathon Savings Bank in Rothschild, Wisconsin, where two people were shot on March 22, 2017. 0 Shares. Email. Four people including a police officer were killed in Wisconsin Wednesday after a domestic dispute escalated into shootings at ...
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Police officer, three others killed in Wisconsin shooting: reportsReuters
Police officer, 3 others killed in Wisconsin town, officials sayNewsday
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5 dead in London attacks, including police officer and attacker, British police say
A knife-wielding man went on a deadly rampage at the heart of Britain's seat of power Wednesday, plowing a car into pedestrians before stabbing a police officer to death. (WLS). WLS. Wednesday, March 22, 2017 09:48PM. LONDON (WLS) --.
Abused dog saves naked, abused toddlerNew York Post
A 3-year-old girl was in a field, naked, alone and freezing until Peanut came along.News & Observer
Dad Follows Dog That Is Behaving Strangely. Then He Sees the Little Body in the DitchIndependent Journal Review
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Racist Maryland man who fatally stabbed black New Yorker admits his intent to kill African-American men - New York Daily News
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Racist Maryland man who fatally stabbed black New Yorker admits his intent to kill African-American men
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A white Army vet intent on killing black men stalked one potential victim before setting his sights on another — quenching his racist thirst by driving a sword through a man in Midtown, police said. The 26-inch weapon — with an 18-inch blade ...
Sword death of black man is "assault" on diversity, New York officials sayFox News
Suspect in Manhattan Killing Hated Black Men, Police SayNew York Times
White man traveled to New York to kill black men and 'make a statement,' police sayWashington Post
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Supreme Court expands rights for students with disabilities
In a unanimous decision with major implications for students with disabilities, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that schools must provide higher educational standards for children with special needs. The 8-0 ruling in the Endrew F. v. Douglas ...
High court bolsters rights of learning-disabled students9NEWS.com
Supreme Court overturns Gorsuch ruling against student with disabilitiesQ13 FOX
Sen. Jeff Flake would support nuking filibuster for Supreme Court nominations if necessaryAZCentral.com
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Woman found dangling by her shoelaces from White House fence is released after hearing - Washington Post
Woman found dangling by her shoelaces from White House fence is released after hearing
An Everett, Wash., woman who was arrested Tuesday night after her shoelaces got caught in the top of the White House fence as she tried to scramble over was ordered released after a hearing Wednesday in D.C. Superior Court. Officers observed Marci ...
Can the White House's One Democrat Save Trump from Himself?Vanity Fair
White House fencer jumper snagged by own shoelacesWashington Times
Dangled From Her ShoelacesTMZ.com
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Little girl snatches Pope Francis' skullcap, eliciting laughs from the pontiff
ROME -- As Pope Francis leaned in for a kiss, three-year-old Estella Westrick went for his skullcap, known as a zuchetto in Italian. d542-doane-pope-and-kid-transfer.jpg. Estella Westrick and her mom Alexis. CBS News. It happened too fast for her dad ...
Girl steals Pope Francis' hat at Vatican greetingUSA TODAY
Pope's skullcap snatched by playful Atlanta girlFox News
Meet the girl who yanked the cap off Pope Francis' headToday.com
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New poll finds dipping approval, honesty ratings for Trump
A public opinion poll released by Quinnipiac University Wednesday reported decreasing levels of approval for President Donald Trump in the midst of his battle over the new health care bill, continued insistence he was surveilled and a probe into ...
Quinnipiac: Trump Loses Base SupportU.S. News & World Report
Poll: Base erodes as Trump drops to new low scoresKCRG
Trump favorability among Wisconsin voters improves: Marquette Law PollMilwaukee Business Journal
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Democrats continue to press Gorsuch for answers, but Republicans' confidence of confirmation grows - Washington Post
Democrats continue to press Gorsuch for answers, but Republicans' confidence of confirmation grows
Democratic senators more aggressively questioned Judge Neil Gorsuch on Wednesday in hopes of drawing him out on his potential independence from President Trump, while Republicans began congratulating him — signaling they anticipate his successful ...
Democrats Fail to Move Gorsuch Off Script and Beyond GeneralitiesNew York Times
US Supreme Court ruling on Douglas County student disabilities case gets tangled up in Neil Gorsuch hearingThe Denver Post
Gorsuch to Democrats: No return to 'horse and buggy days'Chicago Tribune
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Overnight Regulation: Trump's Labor nominee hints at updating overtime rule
Welcome to Overnight Regulation, your daily rundown of news from the federal agencies, courts and beyond. It's Wednesday evening here in Washington, where Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch is probably wishing his Senate confirmation hearing will ...
Alexander Acosta, Labor Nominee, Dismisses Concerns Over Political PressureNew York Times
Acosta Queried on Epstein, Hiring ScandalU.S. News & World Report
Labor nominee Acosta cut deal with billionaire guilty in sex abuse caseWashington Post
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House Intelligence chair says Trump campaign officials were ensnared in surveillance operations - Washington Post
House Intelligence chair says Trump campaign officials were ensnared in surveillance operations
The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee on Wednesday accused U.S. spy agencies of abusing their surveillance powers by gathering and sharing information about President Trump and his transition team, an unproven charge that was quickly ...
Intelligence chairman sparks storm with Trump briefingThe Hill
Schiff: 'More Than Circumstantial Evidence' Trump Associates Colluded With RussiaNBCNews.com
Trump Surveillance Flap Throws Monkey Wrench Into House Russia InvestigationNPR
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Press conference will air live on WSAW-TV at 8 pm
ROTHSCHILD, Wis. (WSAW) A scene near the Aspen Street Apartments on the corner of Ross Avenue and Aspen Street is has quieted and reporters were allowed to get closer, just after 5 p.m. Wednesday. The location had been an area where law ...
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Reviewing ex-manager Paul Manafort's rise and fall in the Trump campaign
White House press secretary Sean Spicer today walked back his assertion that former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort “played a very limited role for a very limited amount of time" during the election cycle, saying he “should have been more precise” ...
What We Know About Paul Manafort's Links to Oleg Deripaska and the KremlinNewsweek
Trump is plagued by ex-aides' ugly secretsNew York Post
Trump team downplaying report Paul Manafort paid $10M to help PutinCBS News
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Trump Security Costs Spike: $60 Million Extra Requested To Protect Trump Family
Trump security costs are out of control and taxpayers about to pay even more. The Secret Service is requesting an additional $60 million in funds to protect the first family over the next year. The money would cover travel and protection for President ...
Trump Takes Money From Missing Kids to Pay for Trump Tower And Vacation SecurityPoliticusUSA
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High Court Bolsters Rights Of Learning-Disabled Students, Sides With Colorado Teen
WASHINGTON (AP) — A unanimous Supreme Court on Wednesday bolstered the rights of millions of learning-disabled students in a ruling that requires public schools to offer special education programs that meet higher standards. The court struck down a ...
Supreme Court Rejects Education Minimum Backed by GorsuchNew York Times
Supreme Court sets higher bar for education of students with disabilitiesAL.com
Supreme Court Expands Rights for Students with DisabilitiesU.S. News & World Report
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Dozens Of Civilians Killed Near Raqqa In Airstrike Activists Blame On Coalition
An airstrike by U.S.-led coalition forces leveled a school west of Raqqa and killed at least 33 people, according to two activist groups monitoring Syria. The groups allege the attack, which they say occurred overnight on Monday and Tuesday, hit a ...
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US Airlifts Hundreds of Militia Fighters in Attack to Cut Off Raqqa
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The Syrian Democratic Forces, an American-backed militia, advancing last month northeast of Raqqa, the Islamic State's self-proclaimed capital. On Tuesday and Wednesday, the United States brought in hundreds of Syrian militia fighters to seize a dam, ...
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