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Ohio gov. delays 9 executions as justice battle continues

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Gov. John Kasich on Monday behind 9 executions as a justice fight continues over the constitutionality of the state’s fatal injection process, including a contested opiate used in cryptic executions in at slightest 3 states.  Kasich’s proclamation deferred next month’s execution of child torpedo Ronald Phillips until Jul and pushed back eight other procedures.  CBSN Ohio botched …

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Quadruplet brothers from Ohio will attend Yale together

CINCINNATI — Quadruplets from a Cincinnati suburb are some-more in sync than their age. They’ve selected to attend Yale University together over other top schools in the country, including Harvard and Stanford. The Liberty Township brothers contend they had good visits to Yale and were offering large financial assist packages. 4 keys for negotiating a better college assist offer 17-year-old …

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Pentagon report: Sexual attack down in military, stating up

Top Defense officials contend the series of estimated cases of passionate attack in the military has decreased given 2014 and the stating of those crimes has increased, according to the Department of Defense’s annual report on passionate attack in the military. The report conducted a extensive passionate attack comment for mercantile year 2016 in sequence to yield discernment into future …

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Trump campaign launches attack on media in $1.5 billion ad buy

The Trump campaign is getting an early start on his re-election campaign with his first 2020 campaign ad. In a $1.5 billion ad buy, The Donald J. Trump for President campaign expelled a new ad, just two days after his central 100th day in office, commemorating what they viewed as the highlights of his career in ruling so far. The …

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Kasich won’t order out 2020 bid; Biden: "I’m not running"

Former Vice President Joe Biden once again disappointed Democrats hoping to hear there competence be another presidential bid in his future.  “Guys, I’m not running,” Biden pronounced in a debate to a New Hampshire Democrats on Sunday, who booed his decision not to run in 2020. The former clamp boss was assimilated by New Hampshire Senators Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan …

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Trump says he would meet with North Korean personality under "right circumstances"

President Donald Trump floated the probability of assembly North Korean tyrant Kim Jong Un in an talk with Bloomberg News on Monday. “If it would be suitable for me to meet with him, we would absolutely, we would be respected to do it,” Mr. Trump said. “If it’s under the, again, under the right circumstances. But we would do that.” …

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Perdue loosens some restrictions on school meals

Newly-confirmed Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue sealed a commercial on Monday at a Virginia facile school that targeted restrictions on nutritive standards in school cafeterias via the U.S. Perdue’s commercial establishes larger coherence for schools in picking and selecting the amounts of sodium and whole grains, as good as what forms of milk, they yield to students. It does not …

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CBS News in the White House

May 1, 2017, 10:13 AM| “CBS This Morning” promote live from the White House on President Trump’s 102nd day in office. Co-hosts Charlie Rose, Norah O’Donnell, and Gayle King join CBSN to plead their knowledge — including some-more on their live talk with first daughter Ivanka Trump.

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Report: Obama-era girls preparation program to discontinue

The White House’s “Let Girls Learn” program, an beginning spearheaded by former first lady Michelle Obama, has been dropped by the Trump administration, CNN reports. The program, which provides girls in building and countries with educational opportunities, will stop operations immediately, according to an inner request obtained by the network. “Moving forward, we will not continue to use the ‘Let …

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Ancient tomb with "blue monster" picture unearthed

A blue monster, a swift equine and a bare deity famous as the master of breeze are just a few examples of illusory images that archaeologists recently detected in a 1,400-year-old tomb in China. “The murals of this tomb had diversified motifs and abounding connotations, many of which can't be found in other tombs of the same period,” a group …

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