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Primary school teacher charged with gang violence in 2016 of 2 children

Michael De & # 39; s Sean White, 26, elementary school teacher in Georgia, was charged with murdering 2 children. (Clayton County Police) A Georgia primary school teacher was indicted last week for the murder of two children in a 2016 gang attack Michael De & # 39; s Sean White, 26, who works at Toney Elementary School in DeKalb …

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Southern Baptist leader Frank Page withdraws, admits "personal indiscretion"

Frank Page (Contributed Photo / Arkansas Baptist Convention) Frank Page, President and CEO of the Executive Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention, announced his immediate retirement on the grounds of "personal indiscretion." [19659003] Page, an author and frequent speaker in Baptist churches, served as President of the Southern Baptist Convention from 2006 to 2008. He made a statement to the …

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Sacramento Council delays meeting as community saturates

KXTV, Sacramento, California Posted on 09.02.2002 ET March 28, 2018 | Updated 9:19 am ET ET March 28, 2018 CLOSE The meeting began peacefully, but sparked protests and a demand for the fatal death of 22-year-old Stephon Clark. USA TODAY Stevante Clark jumps on the podium, shouting at Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg, left, during a city council meeting, Tuesday, March …

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"The second amendment will never be lifted": Trump beats the call of John Paul Stevens for change

President Donald Trump has rejected the resignation of retired Supreme Court John Paul Stevens from the repeal of the second amendment. "The second change will never be lifted," Trump tweeted on Wednesday. "As much as the Democrats want to see that, and despite the words spoken yesterday by former Supreme Court Justice Stevens." THE SECOND CHANGE IS NEVER REPEALED! As …

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Faced with backlash, California County is drawing homeless shelter plan

Orange County Supervisors Rescinded Emergency Needs Plan in Three Cities on Tuesday The Irvine, Huntington Beach and Laguna Niguel homeless shelters should accommodate up to 400 people, Orange County Register reports. Laguna Niguel occupies seventh place among the wealthiest cities in the country, according to a report from 2016. The Orange County Board of Supervisors' unanimous decision triggered the approval …

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Arizona mother charged with murder after 2 small children found dead in car seats

SUPERIOR, Arizona – The Arizona authorities say the mother of a baby and toddler, found dead in car seats, was arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder. The Police Sheriff's Office in a statement identifies the mother as a 20-year-old Brittany Velasquez The children were a 10-month-old baby and a 2-year-old boy It is not clear how she died. Authorities said …

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Trump: "The second amendment will never be repealed"

President Trump Donald John TrumpCigna says it has reduced customers' use of opioids by 25 percent Green launch campaign to get Pritts fired white house: "Maximum pressure" campaign for North Korea is working MORE in a Wednesday morning it was said that despite the words of a previous Supreme Court, the second amendment would never be repealed, and demanded that …

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"Violent deportee" reportedly escapes ICE custody at JFK airport

A man escaped from the custody of the Federal Police Tuesday night at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York City. (Reuters) A man described as a "violent deportee" escaped from the federal remand center at New York City's John F. Kennedy Airport on Tuesday night. The circumstances of the incident are not immediately clear. A spokesman for the Port …

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Sacramento residents indignant over Stephon Clark's death

At a Tuesday meeting discussing the shootings, protesters stood on the information desk to lead the crowd into demands for justice. Residents of the meeting expressed outrage at the police for killing 22-year-old Clark, who died in the yard of his grandmother on 18 March. His death has sparked protests in the city. The meeting was interrupted for two and …

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