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Norster discovers the wreckage of Maine over 160 years old

With heavy winds, wild waves and storm surges ravaging the New England coast this weekend, Monday morning brought forth an interesting discovery on a beach in York, Maine – a shipwreck of more than 160 years. The ship, most likely a sailing ship from somewhere between 1750 and 1850, is usually buried in the sand at Short Sands Beach, but …

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Bulletproof vest game goes terribly wrong

A Texas man in a bulletproof vest was shot dead after he had his friend "shoot him," reportedly. Jason Griffin was arrested Monday for alleged killing of his mate at a party in Heights, a neighborhood charged in Houston, on early Sunday, KTRK reported. Griffin was there to sell his friend, who was not identified, the bulletproof vest when the …

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West Virginia teachers are still on strike; Lawmakers try to reach wage agreements

A legislative conference committee appointed to resolve disagreements between the state Senate and home is scheduled to meet at 4 pm. "We recognize the urgency of this situation," said delegate Paul Espinosa, chair of the House Education Committee and co-chair of the Conference Committee on House Bill 4145, the salary increase legislation. Gov. Jim Justice and the union leaders agreed …

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As DACA deadline passes, Urge urges Trump to "fix what she broke": NPR

Immigration law attorneys, seen here in the Capitol last week, say they are putting pressure on President Trump and Congress to go ahead with the DACA program. Saul Loeb / AFP / Getty Images Hide Caption Caption Saul Loeb / AFP / Getty Images Immigration attorneys who appeared here in the Capitol last week say they are putting pressure on …

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Trump says No Mexico, Canada Steel Break without Fair Nafta

President Donald Trump said the US will not cut tariffs on steel and aluminum from Mexico and Canada if the two countries do not agree to a renewed Nafta that is fair to the US "NAFTA, which is renegotiating has been a bad deal for US Massive relocation of companies and jobs, "said the president in a [Tweet Monday] . …

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Trump renews charges of unfair Obama investigation 'bigger than Watergate'

President Trump Donald John TrumpAccuser says Trump should be afraid of the truth Woman behind pro-Trump Facebook page denies being influenced by Russians Shulkin says he has heard of White House approval to root out 'subversion' at VA MORE Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton ClintonWoman behind pro-trump Trump: CNN, MSNBC 'got scammed' into MORROR with the presidency, pronouncing it …

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DACA deportation deadline comes, but with a relief of urgency

Courts have removed much of the urgency, but DACA recipients, whose applications are pending, are at risk until their petitions are granted. Former Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, now Trump's chief of staff, rejected last year's Obama administration's policy of restricting deportations to persons posing a threat to public safety, condemning criminals and those who have recently crossed the border …

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