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The death of a 22-year-old Binghamton University student has been declared a homicide. Anderson's cause of death was not revealed on Saturday. Ryan said a man who is a Binghamton University nursing school student is a "person of interest" in the homicide investigation.
  • Nunberg says Mueller's Russian Federation probe isn't a 'witch hunt'

    Nunberg says Mueller's Russian Federation probe isn't a 'witch hunt'

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    Nunberg also was close to former White House adviser Steve Bannon, who has met with Mueller's team on several occasions last month, the sources said. Sam Nunberg said Saturday that he now believes Mueller's probe is "warranted" - after spending six hours being grilled about associates of President Trump, according to ABC News.
  • NRA sues Florida after state passes gun control law

    NRA sues Florida after state passes gun control law

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    The new law fell short of achieving a ban on assault-style weapons, but it creates a so-called guardian program enabling some teachers and other school employees to carry guns . The Parkland gunman "gave repeated warning signs that were ignored by federal and state officials. The adults make the laws". He noted that the same age applies to drinking.
  • Trump Just Likes Funny Names, Says Mnuchin In Defense Of Rally Vulgarities

    Trump Just Likes Funny Names, Says Mnuchin In Defense Of Rally Vulgarities

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    Connor Lamb (D). Where it's 1999. I'm on 'Meet the Press , ' a show headed by sleepy eyes Chuck Todd . Meanwhile, Trump's treasury secretary, Steve Mnuchin , appeared to shrug off the U.S. "He's using these vulgarities in the context of a campaign rally and obviously there were a lot of amusing moments on, on, on that rally", Mnuchin responded, prompting Todd to reply: "Yeah, they were hilarious ".
  • Protesters shut Manchester's Piccadilly station

    Protesters shut Manchester's Piccadilly station

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    As many as 100 demonstrators walked onto the tracks holding signs saying: "Stop Turkey from helping ISIS terrorists", according to reports . It wrote on Twitter: "Manchester Piccadilly has been been closed until further notice". It is believed the protesters are in support of the YPG (People's Protection Units), a Kurdish militia group. Superintendent Mark Cleland from British Transport Police said of the Manchester incident: "While we appreciate and respect the right to peaceful ...
  • Turkish Passenger Jet Reportedly Crashes in Western Iran

    Turkish Passenger Jet Reportedly Crashes in Western Iran

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    He said DNA tests would be needed to identify the dead. A private Turkish jet flying from the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) to Istanbul has crashed in southwestern Iran, killing at least 11 people. The plane had left from the emirate of Sharjah and went down near the city of Shahr-e Kord, about 400 kilometers (250 miles) south of Tehran, it reported.
  • Trump unleashed at raucous rally for embattled Pennsylvania Republican

    Trump unleashed at raucous rally for embattled Pennsylvania Republican

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    The president called for harsh punishments for drug dealers, including potentially the death penalty. Yet Saccone has underwhelmed national Republicans in this heavily pro-Trump district, and public polling ahead of the March 13 election has shown Saccone neck-in-neck with Lamb, a former federal prosecutor and Marine.
  • Barcelona splash out €30 million for 21-year-old Brazilian midfielder

    Barcelona splash out €30 million for 21-year-old Brazilian midfielder

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    The Brazilian started his career in 2008 in the youth teams at Goiás Esporte Clube before moving on to Porto Alegre club Gremio in 2010, read the Barcelona website. Arthur has represented Brazil at Under-17 and Under-20 level, and helped Gremio win the 2017 Copa Libertadores. This is a complicated transfer as Barcelona now do not have space to register any more non-EU players following the signings of Paulinho, Philippe Coutinho and Yerry Mina.
  • Trump reaches out to Clinton impeachment lawyer

    Trump reaches out to Clinton impeachment lawyer

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    Trump now has White House lawyer Ty Cobb in charge of the inquiry, after his longtime personal lawyer Marc Kasowitz stepped aside last summer. Trump also met with Emmet Flood in the Oval last week for goal of potentially hiring him. This is not the first time the president's advisers have considered a job for Flood, who worked in the White House Counsel's Office under George W.
  • No Meeting Between Lavrov, Tillerson Took Place in Ethiopia

    No Meeting Between Lavrov, Tillerson Took Place in Ethiopia

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    Long before that could subside, he got into official groove for meetings throughout Friday. "There has been no meeting, and it will not be held". Despite the coincidence of high-profile envoys staying in the same hotel on separate African tours on the same night, State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said that Russian Federation hadn't asked for a meeting between the two.
  • Turkish troops close to Syria's Afrin

    Turkish troops close to Syria's Afrin

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    As part of the Turkey-led Operation Olive Branch, the FSA captured the base after a brief clash with the militants . HAT elements are known to have been trained by the U.S.in bases west of Euphrates River. Under NATO charter, an attack on one of the alliance's members is an attack on them all. They have also pit Turkey against the United States which supports the militants.