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Rape charge against immigrant teen in Maryland case will be dropped, defense law…

Maryland prosecutors will drop rape and sex offense charges against one of two immigrant teens accused of attacking a 14-year-old classmate in a school bathroom stall, according to the suspect’s attorney in the case that horrified local parents, attracted international attention and intensified debate about illegal crossings into the U.S. ...

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American Airlines sued by man ‘cramped’ by obese passengers

An Australian man is suing American Airlines, alleging that he suffered serious injuries after being seated next to two passengers he claims were “grossly obese.” Michael Anthony Taylor, of Wollongong, New South Wales, was flying from Sydney, Australia to Los Angeles in December 2015—a 14-hour journey. Taylor was seated in the ...

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Trump to sign executive order protecting religious liberty

Seeking to appeal to social conservatives who backed him in heavy numbers, President Trump will issue an executive order Thursday designed to “protect and vigorously promote religious liberty” and “alleviate the burden” of a law designed to prohibit religious leaders from speaking out about politics, according to senior administration officials. ...

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Santa Fe Voters Reject Michael Bloomberg’s Soda Tax

Another attempt by billionaire Michael Bloomberg to impose a soda tax failed Tuesday, as a record number of voters turned out against the measure in Santa Fe, N.M. Bloomberg spent roughly $1.5 million supporting the initiative, which would have imposed a 2 cent per ounce tax on sugary drinks. The soda tax ...

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White House Collaborates With Congress On Tough Immigration Bill

The White House is working with Congress to sign a piece of legislation that would enact tough immigration enforcement measures, The Daily Caller has learned. A picture was posted Tuesday of White House chief strategist Steve Bannon’s office whiteboard. On the whiteboard was the message: “Propose Passage of Davis-Oliver bill.” ...

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Iowa Obamacare program on verge of collapse as congressional uncertainty takes i…

Iowa’s last major Affordable Care Act insurer threatened on Wednesday to pull out from the state’s marketplace next year, the latest step in a sudden collapse of the state’s insurance marketplace that holds ominous signs for health care customers in states across the county. If Minnesota-based Medica follows through on ...

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Man convicted in plot to murder LAPD detective is granted parole

A man convicted in the 1985 plot to kill a Los Angeles police detective will be released on parole within the week, over the objections of Gov. Jerry Brown and city police leaders, according to state corrections officials. Voltaire Williams, 54, has spent 27 years in state prison after being convicted of joining the ...

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DHS Uncovered More Than 60 Cross-Border Tunnels along Mexican Border Used for Sm…

The Department of Homeland Security uncovered more than 60 cross-border tunnels along the southwest border that were used to smuggle people and illicit drugs into the United States over a five-year period, according to a new government report. The agency also detected more than 530 “ultralight aircraft” intrusions into the ...

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Obama’s $400,000 speech could prompt Congress to go after his pension

Last year, then-president Barack Obama vetoed a bill that would have curbed the pensions of former presidents if they took outside income of $400,000 or more. So now that former president Barack Obama has decided to accept $400,000 for an upcoming Wall Street speech, the sponsors of that bill say they’ll reintroduce that bill ...

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Rumors surround Justice Kennedy exit, but he’s not talking

As one justice settles into his new job at the Supreme Court, is another about to leave? Eighty-year-old Justice Anthony Kennedy is so far refusing to comment on speculation that he may soon retire after 29 years on the court. But that hasn’t stopped President Donald Trump and, obliquely, the ...

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