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Storm system could bring snow to DC region

WASHINGTON – Low pressure and a rain and snow weather system could cause problems on Tuesday and Wednesday. The DC region was able to feel the impact Monday through Tuesday morning, even through Wednesday National Weather Service The rain on Monday night is expected to turn into a mix of rain and snow by Tuesday morning, said National Meteorologist Brandon …

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NYT: Pruitt eying potential future political office

According to Pruitt, he is seen as a candidate for the Senate in 2020 when Oklahoma Senator James Inhofe retires and there is speculation that he may enter the race of this year's governor; He also announced that he would act as US Attorney General if Jeff Sessions were forced out of office. "It has always been known among elite …

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Authorities investigate cause of San Francisco building fire

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – Several residents of San Francisco remained abducted on Sunday as fire departments investigated the cause of a massive building fire that erupted in a historic area during St. Patrick's Day celebrations. San Francisco Fire Lt. Jonathan Baxter said eight people from a neighboring building could not return yet. Meanwhile, a firefighter was injured during cleanup on …

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Trump said that Muller's team has # 13 hard-hitting Democrats. # Here are the facts.

President Trump renewed his attacks on the political affiliation of members of the Special Council team that examined his campaign for possible coordination with Russia in 2016, claiming that the group had "13 hardened Democrats, some big Crooked-Hillary – Supporters and Zero Republicans. " " Another recently added … does anyone think that's just? "Trump wrote on Twitter:" And yet, …

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Officials wanted Florida School Shooting suspects committed in 2016

Officials were so concerned about the mental stability of the student who was accused by the Florida school massacre last month of having decided he should be forcibly committed. But the recommendation was never implemented. An obligation under the law would make Nikolas Cruz harder, if not impossible, to legally obtain a weapon. Cruz is charged with rampage, killing 14 …

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St. Patrick's Day Fire replaces North Beach businesses, residents

St. Patrick's Day revelers were gathered last night in bars and restaurants in the building, such as Rogue Ales Public House at 673 Union Street. There, a bartender who noticed the smoke reportedly jumped on a table and ordered the customers to leave the shop. The fire seems to have been confined to the brick building on Union Street 659, …

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APNewsBreak: Some wanted to commit Florida suspects in 2016

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NBC / WSJ poll: Donald Trump approval rate improves slightly, still under water

The new survey found that 43% of Americans say that they agree to the presidential administration – an increase of four points over their January 2018 survey. However, a majority of respondents – 53% – say they disapprove of this of Trump's performance, a drop of three points from January. The bump in President's approval came from white male, republican …

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For the midterm elections in 2018, the Democrats are in the double-digit range

WASHINGTON – The Democrats are 10 points ahead of the Republicans who voted in Congress for the 2018 midterm elections, even though the approval of President Donald Trump was confirmed, according to the latest national NBC News / Wall Street Journal survey. Fifty percent of registered voters say they prefer a democratically controlled congress, while 40 percent want one controlled …

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SNL goes to Betsy DeVos, Rex Tillerson and Jeff Sessions

It seems like every week is a busy news week, but it was especially packed with the favorite comedy food for "Saturday Night Live": Trump's administrative drama. And that was before the show turned her attention to education Secretary Betsy DeVos and her botched "60 Minutes" interview last Sunday, in a pointed segment about Weekend Update. SNL managed to write …

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