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Bruce Carpenter. But after spending two weeks with the family Argyropoulos said she noticed kindness, love and respect for the children was largely absent. Five bodies were found March 26 but three children were missing. The woman had not been formally identified but Mendocino County Sheriff Thomas Allman earlier said the body was believed to have been one of the people in the auto.
  • Trump lawyer tries to prevent use of materials found in Federal Bureau of Investigation raid

    Trump lawyer tries to prevent use of materials found in Federal Bureau of Investigation raid

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    President Donald Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen has been under criminal investigation for months, largely centering around his business dealings, federal prosecutors in NY said in court documents obtained by ABC News. But they provided new details on the investigation, which they said has been going on for months. The raid came in the aftermath of Cohen acknowledging using his own money to "facilitate" a $130,000 payment to porn star Stormy Daniels days before the 2016 election.
  • Trump plans to talk to allies before Syria strike decision

    Trump plans to talk to allies before Syria strike decision

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    Trump says he has asked USA partners "to take greater responsibility for securing their home region, including contributing large amounts of money for the resources, equipment and all of the anti-ISIS effort". "But the Middle East is a troubled place". British Prime Minister Theresa May said she authorized the coordinated response in order to degrade the Assad regime's chemical weapons capability.
  • US Not to Fire More than Few Missiles at Syria

    US Not to Fire More than Few Missiles at Syria

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    According to a statement of the French presidency, Macron calls for dialogue between France and Russian Federation to "continue and intensify" to bring peace and stability to Syria . "The immediate priority is to avert the danger of war ", he told reporters. Many of those killed were children, and experts have revealed that victims of the attack tested positive for chemicals including a nerve agent substance.
  • Man charged in Lewes-area robbery, woman still sought

    Man charged in Lewes-area robbery, woman still sought

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    Snipes regularly visits Vaughn and she and Phipps plan to write a book about their story. "I ask her why and she starts telling me", Phipps added. 25-year-old Samantha Snipes missed her flight one day, and ended up flying standby sitting next to Temple Phipps, 42.
  • Homeless Girl Scout Troop Holds Its First Girl Scout Cookie Sale

    Homeless Girl Scout Troop Holds Its First Girl Scout Cookie Sale

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    Troop 6000 , a New York City-based Girl Scout troop comprised entirely of homeless young women, will continue its first-ever cookie sale Friday and Saturday at a stand inside Kellogg's cereal cafe in Union Square. But within three months, Troop 6000 counted 25 girls between the ages of five to 14, and it now includes hundreds of Girl Scouts. Smart, articulate and working as a community development specialist for Girl Scouts of Greater New York, Burgess likened finding an affordable home to ...
  • Russian Federation calls Syrian 'chemical attack' staged

    Russian Federation calls Syrian 'chemical attack' staged

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    British officials said up to 75 people were killed . A British government statement said the two agreed the attack in Syria was "utterly reprehensible" and that the global community must respond "to uphold the worldwide prohibition on the use of chemical weapons".
  • Another Family May Have Plunged Into River Near Hart Clan Crash Site

    Another Family May Have Plunged Into River Near Hart Clan Crash Site

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    Rhona Cunningham, chief executive of Fife Gingerbread, said: "Volunteers really are the backbone of the organisation, without them we couldn't deliver our great support to families". This afternoon on "Cincinnati Edition", Vivian's Victory Founder and Executive Director Maria Dunlap and neonatal nurse Stephanie Sedam join us to discuss how Vivian's Victory assists the families of children with a poor prenatal diagnosis or a prolonged illness.
  • Supreme Court to hear plea on allocation of sensitive cases

    Supreme Court to hear plea on allocation of sensitive cases

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    A petition was filed challenging the Chief Justice of India's authority of assigning cases and suggesting that the task needs to be handled by a collegium or panel of top judges. In his plea, Bhushan said the authority of the Chief Justice as a master of roster was not an "absolute, arbitrary, singular power" which may be exercised in his "sole discretion" and the CJI must exercise his authority in consultation with other senior judges who are also part of the collegium.
  • Unnao gang-rape: Allahabad HC lashes out at Yogi government

    Unnao gang-rape: Allahabad HC lashes out at Yogi government

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    A special team that the government had set up to probe the case was disbanded and the state police refused to arrest the lawmaker, because the case was going to be probed by the CBI. In the last week, two police officers and four constables have been suspended after the victim's father, who alleged that she was raped by a BJP MLA and his accomplice previous year, died allegedly in police custody.
  • Syria 'chemical attack': U.S. and United Kingdom explore military response

    Syria 'chemical attack': U.S. and United Kingdom explore military response

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    But the U.S. administration is giving alarmingly contradictory signals. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on April 12 said he personally believed an "inexcusable" use of chemical weapons had taken place in Syria . The statement said: "The Prime Minister said it was a shocking and barbaric act, which killed up to 75 people, including children, in the most appalling and inhumane way".