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Two Toddlers Die After Mom Left Them in Hot Car as Punishment

Two Toddlers Die After Mom Left Them in Hot Car as Punishment

The incident occurred near Lake Weatherford, Texas , located about an hour west of Fort Worth. Authorities said Randolph initially told officers that she had been folding laundry in the house while her children played outside. The website noheatstroke.org says humans enter heat stroke - a potentially fatal condition - at 104 degrees. The children were pronounced dead about a half-hour after authorities were notified. Read More

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Scalise remains in critical condition after shooting

Scalise remains in critical condition after shooting

Steve Scalise and four others at a Wednesday practice for the game in Alexandria, Va. The round did substantial damage to bones, internal organs, and blood vessels according to Sava. The president says that because of the "tremendous pain and suffering he's now enduring. our country will perhaps become closer, more unified". "Most importantly, we are forever grateful for the heroism of Special Agents Crystal Griner and David Bailey , who saved the lives of everyone at the baseball ... Read More

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Police identify mother, 2 daughters found dead at Ohio home

Police identify mother, 2 daughters found dead at Ohio home

Again, authorities said this is possibly in relation to the triple homicide in North Royalton . Police offered no updates on negotiations with the suspect overnight. "Taylor was majoring in fashion design, while Kylie was involved in theater and was majoring in forensic science". The 21-year-old wrote in the bio on her Facebook page: 'Life's too short to sit and wait for luck to come your way '. Read More

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One dead, 12 injured after attacks on Iran's parliament and Khomeini shrine

IS claimed the attacks in a report from its Amaq propaganda agency which said: "Fighters from the Islamic State attacked the Khomeini mausoleum and the parliament building in Tehran ". It said one of the attackers there was killed by security guards and a woman was arrested. Gun ownership is tightly controlled in Iran, meaning those who carried out the attacks on the parliament and the shrine likely had to smuggle their weapons into the country. Read More

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$49 tickets? Southwest Airlines launches 72-hour fare sale

$49 tickets? Southwest Airlines launches 72-hour fare sale

Tiaa Cref Inv Mngmt holds 4.58 million shares. Romo Tammy also sold $492,238 worth of Southwest Airlines Co (NYSE: LUV ) on Tuesday, May 23. 1St Source Bancshares invested 0.03% in Southwest Airlines Co (NYSE:LUV). The Segment Wealth Management Llc holds 4,921 shares with $245,000 value, down from 30,426 last quarter. It has outperformed by 20.93% the S&P500. Southwest Airlines Co. Read More

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Trump will not block ex-FBI chief Comey's testimony - White House

Trump will not block ex-FBI chief Comey's testimony - White House

But she said Trump wanted to allow for a " swift and thorough examination of the facts" related to Comey's ouster and the multiple investigations into his campaign's possible ties to Russian Federation. Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway said on ABC's "Good Morning America" on Friday that Trump and his staff would be "watching with the rest of the world" to see what Comey has to say. Read More

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JFK's life, legacy to be celebrated on his centennial

Kennedy. They come from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum , which digitized records relating to his educational experience. Avedon took the photographs in 1961; they feature then President-elect Kennedy, his wife and their children in front of the white background Avedon was known for, according to the release. Read More

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Prosecutors: Portland man says he stabbed 3

Prosecutors: Portland man says he stabbed 3

Prosecutors say the man charged with stabbing three men aboard a Portland light-rail train confessed while in the back seat of a patrol auto after his arrest. Christian recently gained local notoriety at a "Free Speech" march in Portland in April. "Free speech or die, Portland ". Christian said he dropped out of high school, but passed the high school equivalency exam known as the GED. Read More

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Madras PhD scholar student bashed up for holding 'beef fest'

Madras PhD scholar student bashed up for holding 'beef fest'

More than 50 students supported the cause by participating in this fest late on Sunday night. On Sunday, some students held a "beef fest" in the campus to protest the Centre's ban on the sale of cattle for slaughter at animal markets. However, a day after notifying the modifications, the ministry said that the animals for the objective of slaughter could be procured directly from the farmers at their respective farms. Read More

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Plane with 2 adults, 2 children from US missing in Bahamas

Monday and was en route to Titusville when contact was lost. The passengers were identified as Jennifer Blumin and Nathan Ulrich of NY and Blumin's 4-year-old and 10-year-old sons. Cmdr. The plane was reportedly flying at 24,000 feet and travelling at 300 knots when it lost contact with air traffic control over the island of Eleuthera. Read More

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Kershaw, Dodgers dominate Padres

He gave up two hits, threw a wild pitch and gave up an unearned run before Roberts came to get him. He homered twice on April 29 against Philadelphia. "Richard's command wasn't as good as it's been", Padres manager Andy Green said. The Padres tied it at 1 in the fourth when they got their first hit off Maeda, a leadoff double by Cory Spangenberg. Read More

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Coulter's Berkeley speech canceled, police prep for violence

Coulter's Berkeley speech canceled, police prep for violence

University of California Police department Captain Alex Yao said at the conference the school had received credible threats that could have affected the safety and security of people on campus, but declined to go into detail. As for Coulter, Pagadara said the university should have let her speak. She told Florida-based radio station 850 WFTL on Wednesday, "I still wanted to do it but I'm running out of options here". Read More

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Justice Department Declines To Prosecute Police Officers In Killing Of Alton Sterling

Justice Department Declines To Prosecute Police Officers In Killing Of Alton Sterling

Then, one of the officers pulled a gun from his holster and shot the victim five times at close range. On Tuesday, more than 100 people held a vigil outside the grocery store where Sterling was killed. ALLEN: Well, this case goes to Jeff Landry, who's the attorney general here. After Baton Rouge Police Chief Carl Dabadie's department carried out an initial investigation, he turned the entire case over to the FBI and US attorneys. Read More

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Kansas police officer lauded for saving 4-year-old from pond

Kansas police officer lauded for saving 4-year-old from pond

Bulmer believes that had he been 30 seconds or a minute later, the unidentified boy would have drowned. Officer Bulmer calls out to a man on the bank: "I need some help, call 999 for me". "That's really been hitting me today - that God put me in that situation", Bulmer reiterated. "I think I lost my footing a little bit, but obviously the big concern was swooping the kid up". Read More

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Being US president 'big burden on the family'

Being US president 'big burden on the family'

Melania said , "It has always been my belief that the nurturing and positive environment is vital to the health and well-being of all children". "Paying little attention to that doubt, he bubbled with enthusiasm, with fascinating details of how he wanted a garden to appeal to the most discriminating taste, yet a garden that would hold a thousand people for a ceremony". Read More

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Wife of accused kidnapper Tad Cummins speaks publicly for first time

Wife of accused kidnapper Tad Cummins speaks publicly for first time

Whatley described the commune as clothing optional and said Elizabeth spent several days in the presence of nude men before Cummins took her to the cabin that would be their last stop. He called it "amazingly absurd" to say Elizabeth was to blame for willingly joining former teacher Tad Cummins on their 2,000-mile journey from Columbia, Tenn., to an isolated shack with no running water, heat or electricity in Cecilville, Calif. Read More

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Trump to sign agriculture executive order on Tuesday

Representatives of the animal agriculture industry voiced support for Perdue's confirmation, echoing their overwhelming support for Perdue's initial nomination in January. "I'll also be challenging the new Ag Secretary to strongly reject a plan by President Trump to cut funding for the USDA by more than 20 percent-a move that, if approved, would devastate the American farm economy and put the livelihoods of Minnesota families at risk". Read More

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Twitter drops lawsuit against US

Twitter drops lawsuit against US

In its lawsuit, Twitter claimed the government can not compel the company to disclose users' identities without first meeting several tests. The tech company had filed a lawsuit Thursday to protest the order, saying that it violated the user's First Amendment right to free expression. Read More

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Niles Egg Hunts At Golf View Rec Center

Linwood's will be doing an up to $500 dollar down payment assistance match that day on the purchase of a new or pre-owned vehicle. "This is for the kids, so please leave the eggs for the children to pick up", said event volunteer Stacy Showman with the Switch District. Read More

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USA attack on Syria was an irresponsible, unilateral act

USA attack on Syria was an irresponsible, unilateral act

A State Department official confirmed to CNN that Tillerson called Lavrov on Saturday to discuss his upcoming visit to Moscow but would not provide further details about the conversation. Haley said "there are times when states are compelled to take their own action" and that preventing the spread and use of chemical weapons was in the US' "vital national security interest". Read More

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When Donald Trump warned Barack Obama: 'Stay Out of Syria'

The Pentagon said the Russian military, which is supporting the Syrian government, had been informed ahead of the U.S. attack. Another statement, also attributed to an unnamed official, referred to "losses". The surprise action marked a striking reversal for Trump, who warned as a candidate against the US getting pulled into the Syrian civil war, now in its seventh year. Read More

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