• Moo-ve it! Moo-ve it! NYPD chases cow loose in Queens

    This is not the first bull that has roamed the streets of Queens. Police chased the bull for almost three hours, as the animal dodged officers and managed to make its way around police tape. Prior to its capture, police shot the cow multiple times with tranquilizer darts. "A crew from an animal sanctuary picked up the animal and is taking it to a safe place", ABC 7 reports .

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  • Caucuses Demand Justice From Trump Administration; Vow To Continue Protests

    Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD) called out President Trump for making up a story about the Democratic congressman being told by Chuck Schumer not to attend a meeting with him. "I am sure members of the CBC can answer these questions for themselves", Cummings wrote . "I think it's great", Trump said . In a subsequent interview with CNN's Brooke Baldwin , Ryan said she would welcome an invite to cover a conversation between the CBC and Trump.

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  • How Is the Day Without Immigrants Going for You?

    How Is the Day Without Immigrants Going for You?

    Primarily Hispanic-owned businesses have posted Facebook messages saying they will close, while operators of other restaurants and hotels are talking to their staffs to gauge how many will participate. Organizers in cities across the US are telling immigrants to miss class, miss work and not shop on Thursday as a way to show the country how important they are to America's economy and way of life.

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  • Two killed, pregnant woman wounded in shooting caught on Facebook Live

    According to the report, the 2-year-old was sitting in a vehicle that was being driven by his aunt when he was shot in the head. About three minutes into the livestream, the sound of a series of shots can be heard . Police said detectives are following " very good leads" in the investigation and that detectives are reviewing surveillance video from the area. Holmes was pronounced dead on Tuesday while Gentry-Bowers remains in a critical condition.

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  • Education Students Respond to Betsy DeVos Confirmation

    Education Students Respond to Betsy DeVos Confirmation

    There's tremendous choice in DC already so there's nothing that needs to be fixed we need fairness. "I want to support our local public schools, make sure that everybody gets fair treatment under the system and I don't feel like that's where we are headed with our new education person", Ibrahim said .

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  • Browns will see heavy Big Ten presence at 2017 NFL Scouting Combine

    All nine helped Clemson to a 14-1 record and the National Championship this past season. Receiver Chris Godwin and end Garrett Sickels, both of which could have returned for their senior season but decided not to, were the only draft-eligible Lions invited to the NFL Combine , which takes place February 28 through March 6 at Lucas Oil Stadium (home of the Indianapolis Colts) in Indianapolis, Ind.

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  • New Jersey's James Beard Semifinalists

    Much to our surprise, nobody nominated White Castle in the category of Best Restaurant Trend for becoming quite fancy on Valentine's Day . Both restaurants are among the semifinalists announced today by the New York-based James Beard Foundation .

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  • Trump Quiet After Russia Deploys Missile, Sends Ship Off US Coast

    But Russian President Vladimir Putin has defended the missile program, arguing the United States is also in breach of the treaty and new missiles are needed to maintain the balance of power. The Obama administration previously accused Russian Federation of violating the treaty by testing the missile. He has refused to explicitly criticize Putin.

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  • Federal judge blocks travel ban for Virginia residents

    Federal judge blocks travel ban for Virginia residents

    Constitution". She noted that a "Muslim ban" was a key part of Trump's campaign, and a press release calling for it remains on his website. Brinkema wrote that Virginia has produced evidence that the president's executive order has been disruptive to the operation of its public colleges and universities, affecting worldwide travel of at least 350 students attending Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia Tech, George Mason University, the University of Virginia and the College of ...

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  • Trump line of home items removed from Kmart, Sears

    Neither stocked Trump Home merchandise in brick-and-mortar stores, though Sears Holdings said the products could still be available "online via third-party Marketplace vendors". And retailer Belk said last week that it planned to pull Ivanka Trump's products from its website, but would continue to offer the line in its flagship stores.

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  • Winter storm could drop a foot of snow on Northeast US

    Public schools and courts are shuttered for what could become the worst storm of an otherwise mild winter. Areas impacted by the blizzard warning include the North Shore, South Shore, Middlesex County, Essex County, Plymouth County, Suffolk County, Bristol County.

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  • MI student group apologizes for Hitler Valentine's card

    MI student group apologizes for Hitler Valentine's card

    It read: "Unfortunately, a very inappropriate card was placed into a bag without other members' knowledge". "Such hurtful, offensive language, while protected by the First Amendment, is unacceptable and is not consistent with our values and standards", he said in a statement .

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  • Kennedy heir an early entrant to governor's race in IL

    Bruce Rauner. He's expected to run against current Governor, republican Bruce Rauner , if he wins the primary. Illinois Republican Party spokesman Steven Yaffe said in a statement that Kennedy secretly met with the state's House of Representatives Speaker Mike Madigan to "kiss his ring".

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  • Women Sharing Videos Reading Coretta Scott King's Letter to Support Elizabeth Warren

    Women Sharing Videos Reading Coretta Scott King's Letter to Support Elizabeth Warren

    King submitted the letter to the Senate in opposition to Sessions nomination for a federal judgeship in 1986. Now a senator from Alabama, he is President Donald Trump's choice for US attorney general. "Sen. Warren was giving a lengthy speech". But along with making Sessions' almost-certain confirmation as attorney general all the more controversial, the manner in which Mrs.

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  • Weekend protest scheduled outside Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence

    Weekend protest scheduled outside Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence

    During his trip, he also plans to take phone calls foreign leaders from countries including New Zealand, Italy and Ukraine. Again in the summer of 2016, Trump criticized Obama for engaging in the past time, saying: 'While our wonderful president was out playing golf all day, the TSA is falling apart, just like our government! Presidents pay for their own and their family's food and lodging, but taxpayers foot the bill for the travel and security costs.

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  • Congress Members Are Trying To Sell Millions Of Acres Of Public Land

    Congress Members Are Trying To Sell Millions Of Acres Of Public Land

    Clinton identified as serving no public objective but groups I support and care about fear it sends the wrong message", he wrote, adding that the legislation "dies tomorrow". Land Tawney, president of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers agreed. Here's more on H.R. 622, from Chaffetz' website: The Local Enforcement for Local Lands Act, first introduced previous year, removes the law enforcement function from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and U.S.

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  • Sheriff holds news conference on indictment in Joe McKnight case

    Sheriff holds news conference on indictment in Joe McKnight case

    They said when the 28-year-old McKnight confronted Gasser, who was still seated in his vehicle, Gasser pulled out a gun and shot McKnight three times. The district attorney's office said that after reviewing additional evidence, investigators were able to make the second-degree murder indictment. "Our arrest is only as good as a prosecution", Normand said.

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  • Trump's education pick on thin ice a

    Trump's education pick on thin ice a

    DeVos' at the expense of families in the greatest need of educational resources. Despite this, Trump announced on November 23 that Betsy DeVos would be his choice for Secretary of Education. Even then, key Republicans - including Lamar Alexander of Tennessee, chairman of the Senate Education Committee, and Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the majority leader - voted in King's favor, giving his confirmation a bipartisan blessing.

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  • Hostage Situation Ongoing at Delaware Prison

    Hostage Situation Ongoing at Delaware Prison

    At least four guards and a counselor were taken hostage, the Associated Press reported at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday. Named after a notable state senator, the James T. Jayme Gravell, a spokeswoman for the Department of Corrections, said the situation was reported at the prison late Wednesday morning. Firefighters were also called to the scene after reports of there being smoke at the scene.

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  • Trump gives Pentagon 30 days to devise plan to crush ISIS

    Trump gives Pentagon 30 days to devise plan to crush ISIS

    Trump has said individuals who want to aid him in his quest to "Make America Great Again" should focus on the jobs they will be doing to help the American people, and not thinking about the future income they could rake in by peddling their influence after serving in government.

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