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Alaska state senator slaps capitol contributor over vicious story

An Alaska state senator slapped a contributor who wrote a vicious story about the lawmaker, according to a report. Alaska Dispatch News contributor Nathaniel Herz told Juneau police state Sen. David Wilson (R-Wasilla) struck him at the capitol during a contention Tuesday afternoon, his journal reported. Herz penned a story that seemed in last Sunday’s journal about a due appropriation …

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Priest’s physique exhumed as partial of 50-year-old murder investigation

Detectives in Baltimore exhumed the grave of a Catholic clergyman as partial of an review into a 50-year-old murder case set to be the core of a new Netflix documentary series. County police on Thursday pronounced they unearthed the physique of A. Joseph Maskell to review his DNA with crime stage justification detected nearby the physique of Sister Catherine Ann …

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Puerto Rico to close 184 open schools amid financial crisis

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Puerto Rico is shutting 184 open schools in a pierce approaching to save millions of dollars amid a low mercantile predicament that has sparked an exodus to the U.S. mainland in the past decade. Education Department mouthpiece Yolanda Rosaly told The Associated Press on Friday that officials will immigrate 27,000 students to other schools. The …

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Huckabee sends obnoxiously stereotypical Cinco de Mayo tweet

Gov. Mike Huckabee’s Cinco de Mayo twitter has been slammed online for cartoonishly tone-deaf stereotypes about Mexicans and Speedy Gonzales. “For Cinco de Mayo we will splash an whole jar of prohibited salsa and watch old Speedy Gonzales cartoons and pronounce Spanish all day. Happy CdMayo!” the regressive former presidential claimant pronounced Friday. Predictably and likely to Huckabee’s liking, the …

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Eighteen companionship members at Penn State charged in hazing death

Eighteen companionship members at Penn State University were charged Friday in the death of a 19-year-old oath from New Jersey, whom authorities contend had poisonous levels of ethanol in his physique and was badly harmed in a series of falls. A grand jury investigation, aided by confidence camera footage from the Beta Theta Pi section house, found that Timothy Piazza’s …

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Trump: ‘Everybody’ has better medical than U.S.

WASHINGTON — President Trump doubled down on his praise of Australia’s single-payer medical system on Friday, dogmatic that not only does it have better medical than the U.S. — the whole universe does. “Of march the Australians have better medical than we do — everybody does. ObamaCare is dead! But the medical will shortly be great,” Trump tweeted Friday afternoon. …

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First womanlike arch chaperon at White House discharged from post

The first lady and second black person to offer as arch chaperon at the White House has been relieved of her duties. No central reason was offering as to because Angella Reid was discharged from her post, yet emissary press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders pronounced the interruption was amicable. “We left on very good terms and wish her the best …

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Ohio teacher fired for boring preschooler down hallway

A school teacher in Ohio was fired this week over a picture of her boring a preschooler down a school hallway. The teacher, who has not been named, worked with Youngstown tots as an Alta Care Group employee, WKBN reported. “We’ve been interviewing people and questioning and trying to find out what happened and that…it’s still in its infancy,” Youngstown …

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Biracial manifestation leader accused of being too light-skinned

The biracial leader of a University of Texas beauty competition has been accused of being “too light” to competition in — let alone win — a manifestation for black women. Rachael Malonson, 22, was crowned Miss Black University of Texas this year, sketch recoil on social media over the tone of her skin. Malonson, whose father is black and mom …

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Texas officer to be charged with murder in Jordan Edwards killing

The suburban Dallas officer who shot and killed 15-year-old Jordan Edwards will be charged with murder in the death, according to a report. Roy Oliver, the 37-year-old Balch Springs patrolman, has faced calls for his detain given Saturday night, when he non-stop fire on a automobile journey a residence party and killed the teen. Police creatively pronounced that the automobile …

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