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The state of Alabama published the names of 23,000 write-in candidates who were voted in to potentially take over Jeff Sessions' seat in the Senate after he vacated to become the United States Attorney General. That supposedly happened south of Birmingham in a town called Bordalama. So, that was all fictitious. Those stories were all lies, Merrill said. More than two weeks after the special election, Moore had still not conceded the race to his opponent.
  • Cuomo pardons 18 immigrants in face of Trump crackdown on illegal immigration

    Cuomo pardons 18 immigrants in face of Trump crackdown on illegal immigration

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    Proponents are saying the bill will also spur job growth, Cuomo said, but if lawmakers really wanted to make that happen, they would have required doing so in the bill. She now works as an educator at community health centers across New York City. They're the economic engines. "No child should ever go hungry, and by launching the No Student Goes Hungry Program, New York will ensure hundreds of thousands of students of all ages will receive access to free and reduced-price meals", Cuomo said.
  • South Korea seizes vessel over 'oil transfer to North'

    South Korea seizes vessel over 'oil transfer to North'

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    In recent months, Trump's administration has praised Beijing for its efforts to tame North Korea. Beijing does not police the border strictly or enforce the sanctions toughly. The official described the incident as Pyongyang "shrewdly circumventing" sanctions, adding that South Korea had shared intelligence on the case with the US.
  • Multiple people hurt after shooter opens fire at Long Beach business

    Multiple people hurt after shooter opens fire at Long Beach business

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    Police said the victim and the shooter were dead. A video shows people running from an unmarked two-storey building which houses several law firms, the report said. Brad Johnson. Police say they received reports of a shooter at 2:25 p.m. Police did not have any immediate details on what sparked the shooting .
  • Wichita Police Officer Fatally Shoots Man While Investigating False Report

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    Wichita police officer fatally shot the man Thursday night at a home in southwest Wichita . His family says he was not armed. The two CoD players reportedly got into an argument over a small money loss on UMG's wager platform online ( view match ) and threatened to swat each other, with one of the players sending the other incorrect details of an address nearby to a known swatter, who was reportedly responsible for the CWL Dallas bomb hoax evacuations .
  • Authorities: Florida man tried to electrocute pregnant wife

    Authorities: Florida man tried to electrocute pregnant wife

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    On Dec. 26, deputies responded to 110 White Hall Drive in Palm Coast to conduct a security check after the homeowner reported suspicious statements made by his son-in-law, who told a child in the home not to touch the front door. She said she also secured a gun and two smart cameras that could be viewed on her cellphone for her safety, according to the report. He called her the next morning and accused her of cheating on him.
  • 7-year-old boy killed; suspect arrested

    7-year-old boy killed; suspect arrested

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    While officers were searching the area, however, a 7-year-old child was brought into the emergency room at Hunt Regional Medical Center for a gunshot wound. Castillo was arrested for violation of parole . Police said they were called out to a disturbance at a home on Pickett and Langford streets at 4:48 p.m.
  • NASPD: First Day Hikes

    NASPD: First Day Hikes

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    But by Thursday, one - at Blue Mounds State Park near Luverne - had already been canceled because of the cold weather. The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources , which runs Pennsylvania's system of 121 state parks, counted 1,963 people hitting trails in the parks for a First Day Hike on New Year's Day 2017.
  • South Korea seizes vessel, claims it transferred oil to North Korea

    South Korea seizes vessel, claims it transferred oil to North Korea

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    It is these incidents which are thought to have prompted U.S. President Trump to tweet on Thursday, "Caught red handed - very disappointed that China is allowing oil to go into North Korea". "There will never be a friendly solution to the North Korea problem if this continues to happen!" The Hong Kong-flagged ship was chartered by Taiwanese company Billions Bunker Group and previously visited Yeosu port on October 11 to load up on Japanese refined petroleum and head to its claimed ...
  • A Kansas man is dead after an alleged swatting incident

    A Kansas man is dead after an alleged swatting incident

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    He has been identified by family as Andrew Thomas Finch. A man is dead at the hands of local Wichita cops after becoming the target of a swatting prank. Livingston said that when officers got inside the house, they didn't find anyone with gunshot wounds. '[The call] went to a substation first, then it was relayed to dispatch, then dispatch gave it to us.
  • Former world footballer of the year George Weah wins Liberia's presidential election

    Former world footballer of the year George Weah wins Liberia's presidential election

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    At the end of his career, he played briefly with Manchester City and Marseille in France. Electoral authorities did not confirm the figures from Weah's campaign team. He will be sworn in as president in January, marking the country's first democratic transition in over 70 years. Weah initially challenged the election results in court, but he dropped his case the following month.