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The Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills needed to be evacuated immediately. Hollywood police chief Tom Sanchez said officers and fire crews responded this morning to a call from the facility about patients in need of critical care.
  • Roswell teen dies in possible hazing incident at LSU

    Roswell teen dies in possible hazing incident at LSU

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    Phi Delta Theta General Headquarters suspended the local chapter where Gruver was pledging and is planning an investigation of its own. King Alexander said that alcohol was involved and no arrests have been made at this time. "The death of Maxwell Gruver was tragic and untimely". Images on social media showed people at the LSU fraternity earlier this year promoting parties at the Phi Delta Theta house.
  • Motel 6 Says It Has Stopped Reporting Undocumented Immigrants To ICE

    Motel 6 Says It Has Stopped Reporting Undocumented Immigrants To ICE

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    But it did bring attention to this topic and forced Motel 6 to make a statement about the practice. ICE also received information from this location at 1530 North 52nd Drive, Phoenix. [ RELATED: Keep your cool in a crisis with these tips .]Innkeepers routinely comply with search warrants and other court orders when law enforcement agents seek customer data and may reveal customer information when police are summoned to a property for an emergency or other public-safety situation.
  • Sen. Cassidy introduces bill to repeal, replace Obamacare

    Sen. Cassidy introduces bill to repeal, replace Obamacare

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    As for the HELP committee's efforts, insurers are finalizing their rates and participation next month for 2018, meaning Congress would need to pass legislation nearly immediately to have an impact. Sens. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, Kamala Harris of California, Mazie Hirono of Hawaii, Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, Cory Booker of New Jersey, Brian Schatz of Hawaii, and Tom Udall of New Mexico all plan to attend Sanders announcement Wednesday.
  • 50 killed, 80 injured in ISIS-claimed twin attacks in Iraq

    50 killed, 80 injured in ISIS-claimed twin attacks in Iraq

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    Islamic State claimed responsibility for the triple attack in a statement via its Amaq news agency, celebrating the death of "dozens of Shi'ite". The first attack occurred outside a local restaurant and minutes later an explosives-packed vehicle rammed a security checkpoint in the same area, officials said.
  • Israel Supports an Independent State of the Kurds

    Israel Supports an Independent State of the Kurds

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    He therefore said that the Iraqi PM Haider al-Abadi did not have the right to send his name to the parliament to table a vote of confidence. Israel is the first and only country in the region to endorse the referendum while Turkey, Iraq and Iran all said they opposed the vote, which would bring instability to the region and divide Iraq, with the Iraqi central government calling it "unconstituonal".
  • US Congress sends resolution condemning neo-Nazis for Trump to sign

    US Congress sends resolution condemning neo-Nazis for Trump to sign

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    President Donald Trump seems stuck in a hard situation, where he can either offend a majority of voter base or confirm his white nationalist beliefs to the entire world. He had also said the violence was perpetrated by " many sides ". In the speech, Trump never mentioned his various remarks blaming the left for the violence, instead attacking "anarchists" and "antifa" once again.
  • US House votes to block aircraft sales to Iran

    US House votes to block aircraft sales to Iran

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    Iran's compliance has been repeatedly and consistently certified by the International Atomic Energy Agency and supported by the assessment of the US intelligence community. "Unfortunately, both the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and our national intelligence assets are likely missing significant Iranian facilities (perhaps operated jointly in North Korea) that continue to pursue threatening activities", Bolton wrote in an op-ed entitled " Iran Deal Devotees Try in Vain to Save a ...
  • North Korea's Sixth Nuclear Test Literally Moved Mountains

    North Korea's Sixth Nuclear Test Literally Moved Mountains

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    The 28-member bloc said it was adding nine individuals and four organisations to the blacklist, including the North Korean state-owned Foreign Trade Bank, in line with UN sanctions announced in August after Pyongyang tested an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of reaching the United States.
  • Median US household income up for second straight year

    Median US household income up for second straight year

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    California's poverty ranking jumps to No.1, when the Census Bureau factors in cost of living. This narrowed the racial income gap between these households and their white counterparts. But the poverty rate held steady in California despite growth in income. Also, the percentage of people without health insurance continued to fall - in Texas, which has one of the highest rates in the country, my colleague Jenny Deam reports that the rate fell to 16.6 percent .