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Founder of the African American History Museum, Sadie Roberts-Joseph, was found dead in the trunk of a car in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

The founder of an African-American history museum in Louisiana was found dead in the trunk of a car on Friday afternoon, the police said. The cause of death for Sadie Roberts-Joseph, who was an icon in the Baton Rouge community, is unknown, but two local officials said she was murdered. The police found the body of 75-year-old Roberts-Joseph in a …

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A house-democracy feud was approaching a crisis point. Then Trump interfered.

Then President Donald Trump intervened. In a series of posts on Sunday morning, Trump turned against the outspoken progressive congressional women and urged them to "return and help repair the totally broken and crime-prone places they came from." 19659002] "These places desperately need your help, you can not go fast enough," tweeted the president. "I am sure that Nancy Pelosi …

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New Jersey police officer overdosed in patrol cars, guilty of heroin possession, is giving up work, according to reports

A New Jersey police officer arrested after overdose of heroin in his patrol car while working on the night shift has reportedly made a plea agreement with prosecutors that will cost him his job. The prosecutors stated that Franklin Township cop Matthew Ellery had to be revived by a colleague who found him unconscious and administered an antidote known as …

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Trump administrators defend ICE raids, but stay with details

Trump administration officials on Sunday defended the need for planned immigration attacks to take place in 10 cities across the country, despite being uninformed about details of the widespread action. Ken Cuccinelli, Acting Director of US Customs and Immigration Services said on Sunday in CNN's "State of the Union" that he would not divulge operational details on the raids on …

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Founder of the African American Museum in Louisiana found dead in the trunk

A Louisiana 75-year-old woman who founded an African-American History Museum was found dead in the trunk of a car on Friday afternoon, police said in Baton Rouge. A death for Sadie Roberts-Joseph is not yet known, Baton Rouge police Sgt. L 'Jean McKneely said. "Our detectives are working diligently to bring the person or persons responsible for this heinous act …

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Trump tweet racist attacks on progressive congressional women

Trump did not name who he attacked in the tirade on Sunday, but earlier this week referred to New York MP Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez when the president defended Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. A group of Democrats, who are women of color and have spoken out in favor of Trump's immigration policy, condemned the conditions of the border detention facilities …

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Trump targets four newly-crowned congressional women, Pelosi in a Twitter storm

President Trump said goodbye to Speaker of the House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and four of her progressive newcomers on Twitter on Sunday, telling them to return to their countries of origin to remedy the corruption of these nations before teaching the United States. In the tweet, Trump described them as "progressive democratic congress women" whose homelands are crumbling with corruption, …

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"Life-threatening" floods, tornadoes are still possible when Barry pierces the Gulf Coast

Barry drenched the Gulf Coast and slowly moved north over Louisiana on early Sunday, seemingly flooding the region with potentially life-threatening flash floods. But the tropical storm with maximum sustained wind speeds of 40 miles per hour has diminished enough to protect New Orleans from the severe floods that have been feared in recent days. People migrate on July 13, …

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Power restored, but questions remain

Autoplay Show Thumbnails Show Captions Last SlideNext Slide New York City attempted to regain its footing on Sunday after restoring power after a massive power outage late Saturday night happens. Energy company Con Edison said in a statement that the final impact of the failure on customers – affecting more than 72,000 customers on 30 streets from Times Square to …

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Unconfirmed tornado leaves tracks of damage in Louisiana as Barry triggers rain

fourteenth July 2019 After a short stay in category 1 hurricane Barry weakened again on Saturday after a tropical storm after landing on the coast of central Louisiana. As Barry moved inland, several reports appeared of dikes that topped the municipalities of Terrebonne and Plaquemines, with Terrebonne Township President Gordon Dove ordered the evacuation of all areas along Louisiana Highway …

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