• DiVincenzo leads Villanova to title

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    The Wildcats' recipe for success: Don't be shy about shooting the basketball, especially from deep. "I really can't put my mind around it", Coach Jay Wright said. "I didn't know how many points I had". Two national championships, four Big East titles, 165 wins, three 1-seeds and five top-two seeds. Three months ago, the Wolverines were unranked in the AP poll.
  • Man attacks woman in emergency room

    Man attacks woman in emergency room

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    Police are investigating after a woman reported a juvenile watched her in a dressing room at a Dardenne Prairie J.C. Penney. Her ex-fiance called her several times during the night and sent several text and Facebook messages to her that accused her of cheating on him, according to police reports .
  • 17 states sue the Trump administration over census citizenship question

    17 states sue the Trump administration over census citizenship question

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    It was also a fresh challenge to what New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, at a press conference announcing the lawsuit, called the administration's "anti-immigrant animus". In its March press release, the Department of Commerce said Ross determined that obtaining complete and accurate information about citizenship to better enforce the VRA outweighed the limited potential adverse impacts.
  • Possible Shots Fired Incident at YouTube Headquarters

    Possible Shots Fired Incident at YouTube Headquarters

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    There is an active shooter at YouTube's headquarters in San Bruno, according to San Bruno Police. The city has responded with a "massive police and fire response". News of the incident began on social media, with YouTube employees posting on Twitter and elsewhere that they had heard gunshots, and were being evacuated from the building.
  • Israel scraps plan to send African migrants to West

    Israel scraps plan to send African migrants to West

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    This about-turn opens the door for a return to the deportation stance which the government had before the agreement was struck. "I have listened carefully to the many comments on the agreement". The strangers turned their noses up. "Yesterday, after the press conference where the agreement was announced, I felt that they were going to bury us with these people [African migrants] until the age of 80", Cohen added.
  • Mom Tased Son to Get Him to Church on Easter, Police Say

    Mom Tased Son to Get Him to Church on Easter, Police Say

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    Investigators arrested 40-year-old Sharron Dobbins , of Phoenix , Sunday morning and booked her into jail on a felony child abuse charge, according to Maricopa County court documents . "He said, 'You're going to jail.' I said, 'For what?' " she told Fox 10 . The 16-year-old did not complain of any pain but had two small bumps on his leg where Dobbins allegedly shocked him.
  • United Kingdom to introduce 'one of world's toughest' ivory bans

    United Kingdom to introduce 'one of world's toughest' ivory bans

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    Michael Gove said the measures would be brought into force through primary legislation and will cover ivory items of all ages, not just those produced after a certain date. China officially banned the sale of ivory at the end of 2017, and, earlier this year, Hong Kong introduced it own ivory ban that would go into effect in stages, with a ban in place by 2021.
  • Designer Of Deadly Waterslide Taken Into Custody

    Designer Of Deadly Waterslide Taken Into Custody

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    He's now awaiting an arraignment, CBS News reports , and will then be extradited to Kansas City, where he's charged with second-degree murder for the 2016 death of Caleb Schwab . Caleb was killed in August 2016 while riding the 168-foot-tall Verrückt - the German word for "insane" - at Schlitterbahn Waterpark Resort in Kansas.
  • Family's Fatal Cliff Car Crash Was Intentional, Police Say

    Family's Fatal Cliff Car Crash Was Intentional, Police Say

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    The California Highway Patrol , or CHP, and the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office are continuing to investigate the crash, which killed Jennifer and Sarah Hart , both 38, and their children Markis, 19, Jeremiah, 14, and Abigail, 14. In order to apply for a search warrant in California, certain criteria has to be met, one of which is whether a felony may have been committed. "Certainly, that does not mean the vehicle was going that fast", Robertson said Sunday night.
  • Donald Trump to deploy military to US-Mexico border

    Donald Trump to deploy military to US-Mexico border

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    The Defense Department is already offering some support to the border, including U.S. Navy ships patrolling waters to seize drugs as well as missions involving over 100 personnel from U.S. Trump also insisted he'd make Mexico pay for the construction. At the meeting on Tuesday, Trump said that US immigration laws were being "laughed at" by other countries, promising to change them.
  • Dollar slides as China raises tariffs, USA stocks slip

    Dollar slides as China raises tariffs, USA stocks slip

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    Expectations of tariffs on some Chinese goods have alarmed dozens of US business groups, who said they would raise prices for consumers, kill jobs and drive down financial markets. "Our country advocates and supports the multilateral trading system", it said. The White House didn't immediately respond to a message from The Associated Press seeking comment.
  • MI can't counter Villanova in rough title game defeat

    MI can't counter Villanova in rough title game defeat

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    Luke Hancock scored 22 points for Louisville during its victory over the Wolverines in the 2013 title game. They tried just about everything to stop Donte DiVincenzo, and everything failed as he delivered 31 points - the highest scoring performance all season by a MI opponent - in Villanova's 79-62 win.
  • Kim Jong-un watches K-pop performance in Pyongyang

    Kim Jong-un watches K-pop performance in Pyongyang

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    South Korean media pool video showed Kim clapping from the second-floor VIP stand as South Korean Culture Minister Do Jong-hwan bowed and greeted North Korean spectators looking on from the first floor. "Besides that, nothing will change at all". The North Korean leader has been in the limelight over the past few weeks. . With the test of that long-range missile in November, the North said it had "realized the great historic cause of completing the state nuclear force".
  • First Person Sentenced In Robert Mueller's Russia Investigation

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    In court papers filed last week, it was disclosed that Gates was talking with a former Russian intelligence officer just before the 2016 election. Van der Zwaan was sacked by his law firm after charges against him were brought. But they noted that "van der Zwaan is a person of ample financial means" and can "pay any fine imposed", citing the fact that his father-in-law is a Russian oligarch.
  • Spy poisoning could be in interest of UK: Russia

    Spy poisoning could be in interest of UK: Russia

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    Former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal remains in a critical condition following the attack one month ago. Ireland is among 29 countries who have expelled Russian diplomats over the Salisbury attack, with European Union and U.S. The experts are speaking about them. The diplomatic expulsions were "very unfortunate" but it was "not the end of the world" and the two countries had a very positive agenda before them, the ambassador added.
  • 'Punish a Muslim Day' fliers circulate in Portland

    'Punish a Muslim Day' fliers circulate in Portland

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    Portland police will have extra patrols at schools and mosques Tuesday after an anti-Muslim flier appeared online calling April 3, "Punish a Muslim Day". "Are you a sheep like the vast majority of the population?" the letter reads. It certainly doesn't do justice to what I feel, and I know all of us feel, about that.
  • IAF helicopter crashes near Kedarnath; all on-board safe

    IAF helicopter crashes near Kedarnath; all on-board safe

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    This is the third Mi-17V5 accident in recent years. The chopper was carrying heavy mechanical equipment from Guptkashi to Kedarnath for ongoing reconstruction work there, the DM said. "We used to lose nearly 30 to 40 aircraft a year earlier". Created to transport cargo inside the cabin and on an external sling, Mi-17V-5 also ranks among the most technically advanced helicopters of the Mi-8/17 type, incorporating the best engineering solutions from previous generations.
  • Army officers among 5 injured in Pak shelling in Krishna Gati sector

    Army officers among 5 injured in Pak shelling in Krishna Gati sector

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    In the firing and shelling, 5 Army men including 3 officers were injured, the police officials said. " Indian Army retaliated strongly and effectively", Army said in an official release. "Taking no chance, security forces were taking all steps to counter infiltration attempts by the militants on the border", he said. The LoC divides Jammu and Kashmir between India and Pakistan.
  • Non-consensual sex with wife not rape: Gujarat HC

    Non-consensual sex with wife not rape: Gujarat HC

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    Non-consensual sexual intercourse with wife is not rape, the Gujarat High Court ruled on Monday. Reports said the woman also accused husband and his parents of torturing her of dowry. "No one is even willing to discuss to reform the criminalisation of marital rape.A law that does not give married and unmarried women an equal protection creates conditions that lead to the marital rape", justice Pardiwala was quoted as saying by Hindustan Times .
  • Putin Arrives in Turkey for Talks With Erdogan, Rouhani

    Putin Arrives in Turkey for Talks With Erdogan, Rouhani

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    In December, Ankara and Moscow finalised an agreement for Turkey to purchase Russia's long-range S-400 missile defence system. "We face the ambitious goal of launching the first reactor in 2023 to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the foundation of the Republic of Turkey", Mr Putin said during Tuesday's ceremony.
  • SC/ST Act hearing: Supreme Court rejects stay on its March 20 verdict

    SC/ST Act hearing: Supreme Court rejects stay on its March 20 verdict

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    In Ranchi, Jharkhand, violent altercations were exchanged between the protesters and the police. He said the central government has provided all assistance to the states immediately on their request and the Home Ministry is keeping a close vigil and is in constant touch with the state governments.
  • Governor of Russia's Kemerovo resigns over deadly mall fire

    Governor of Russia's Kemerovo resigns over deadly mall fire

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    March 25, 64 people died and 79 got injured in the fire at Zimnyaya Vishnya mall. The tragedy - in which some parents lost all their children - plunged Russian Federation into shock. "This tragedy reflects all of Russia's problems - the corruption of officials who closed their eyes to problems with fire safety, uncoordinated work of the special services, the imperviousness of authorities", said Rasim Yaraliyev, head of a citizen's group pressing for answers about the fire.
  • Apartment catches fire in Rockford

    Apartment catches fire in Rockford

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    About 50 firefighters were able to get the blaze under control within 40 minutes. FRAMINGHAM _ Framingham firefighters extinguished a basement kitchen fire in an apartment building and rescued a cat, Thursday evening, March 29, said Framingham Fire Chief Joseph Hicks.
  • SpaceX successfully launches Falcon 9 rocket carrying CRS-14 to ISS

    SpaceX successfully launches Falcon 9 rocket carrying CRS-14 to ISS

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    Dragon will separate from Falcon 9's second stage about 10 minutes after liftoff and attach to the space station on April 4. The mission's Falcon 9 first-stage rocket was previously used on the CRS-12 mission in August 2017. The first trial will involve firing a net to capture the satellites, which "is a very flexible option because even if the debris is spinning, or has got an irregular shape, to capture it with a net is relatively low-risk" compared to retrieving debris using a robotic arm, ...
  • Chris Hippensteel: Students can help change gun laws by voting

    Chris Hippensteel: Students can help change gun laws by voting

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    Student organizers, family, friends and supporters came together because of the Parkland High School shooting that resulted in 17 student deaths. That's just 30 miles from Glens Falls, just nine miles from Whitehall. "As I've said, I strongly support the second amendment and all Constitutional rights". They stuck with measures that might make citizens safer. That is because in order to actualize the one-world government - ruled by themselves, of course - they desire, they have to rid the ...
  • Trump administration, seeking to speed deportations, to impose quotas on immigration judges

    Trump administration, seeking to speed deportations, to impose quotas on immigration judges

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    O'Malley said that judges who fail to meet their quotas can appeal to supervisors if their numbers fall short of the Justice Department's expediency goals. On Sunday, President Trump urged Republicans in Congress to pass "tough" new anti-immigration legislation . "We're very concerned that cases will be rushed through the system and due process will be circumvented with these new quotas", AILA Senior Policy Counsel Laura Lynch said.
  • Prosecutors in Germany Call For Extradition of Former Catalonian Separatist Leader

    Prosecutors in Germany Call For Extradition of Former Catalonian Separatist Leader

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    He is wanted in Spain on charges of rebellion and misuse of public funds. Mr Puigdemont was detained in Germany on March 25 as he attempted to drive from Finland to Belgium, where he now resides. In a press statement , the prosecutor's office said that the Spanish crime of rebellion was the equivalent of the German offense of high treason, even though the two laws in question were worded differently.
  • Wall St falls as China tariffs revive trade war fears

    Wall St falls as China tariffs revive trade war fears

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    The first set, totaling 120 taxes and $977 million in US exports, targeted a number of agricultural products with a 15% tariff. As U.S. business interests in China are much larger than what is shown by trade data, a looming trade war between the two countries would put U.S.
  • Asian stocks fall on US-China trade tensions, tech scrutiny

    Asian stocks fall on US-China trade tensions, tech scrutiny

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    Wall Street had plunged on Monday, the first trading session back after a U.S. holiday on Friday, after China slapped tariffs on 128 U.S. exports worth $3 billion including fruit and pork. But investors see a bigger fight looming over President Donald Trump's approval of possible higher USA duties on $50 billion of Chinese goods in response to complaints that Beijing steals or pressures foreign companies to hand over technology.
  • Highland boys tennis team swings into season

    Highland boys tennis team swings into season

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    Before playing against Georgetown, Dorash said he had his shoulder and back taped. Ryan is a rock in doubles for us and is serving a million miles an hour. "It hurts right now", Bulldogs coach Vic Schaefer said. Clayton had two doubles, Pierce had a home run and single, Huska had two singles and Davidson had two singles.
  • SNCF strike disrupts travel in France

    SNCF strike disrupts travel in France

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    In the meanwhile worldwide product and services made out bit greater from the steps: three-in-four Eurostar product and services linking London with Paris as well as Brussels have actually been down as well as trains in between France, Switzerland Italy as well as Spain have actually been down entirely.
  • Russian ambassador to Ireland to host briefing on Skripal case

    Russian ambassador to Ireland to host briefing on Skripal case

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    Skripal and his daughter were reportedly exposed to a nerve agent in the British city of Salisbury on March 4. Earlier, over 25 countries, including European Union member states, the United States , Canada, have expressed their solidarity the UK side and announced their decisions to expel more than 150 Russian diplomats over Moscow's alleged involvement in the Skripals' poisoning.
  • Legal defense fund for McCabe has raised more than $500000

    Legal defense fund for McCabe has raised more than $500000

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    But McCabe had by then been a frequent target of Trump's criticism, and he alleged that his removal was politically motivated and meant to undermine the FBI and its investigation into whether Russian Federation coordinated with Trump's campaign .
  • Boy Survives After Falling Into Drainage Pipe At LA Park

    Boy Survives After Falling Into Drainage Pipe At LA Park

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    It was an Easter tradition for Jesse Hernandez's family: a day in a park in Los Angeles picnicking and playing football and volleyball. The pipes, which run parallel the Los Angeles River and cross under freeways, are 4 feet in diameter, the fire department said.
  • Martin Luther King Jr.'s Last Stand: The Sanitation Workers Strike

    Martin Luther King Jr.'s Last Stand: The Sanitation Workers Strike

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    The members of King's tight circle barely paused to grieve. There, 1,300 predominantly black workers had been striking for two months for fair wages and better working conditions. King delivered those famous remarks. The workers, who received the fierce support of Dr. King, and their poignant declaration is now the namesake of this 2018 Memphis event.
  • ISIS Gunmen Slaughter Christian Family In Pakistan

    ISIS Gunmen Slaughter Christian Family In Pakistan

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    Pakistans National Commission for Human Rights last month released a report which said 509 Hazaras were killed and 627 injured in various incidents of terrorism in Quetta during the last five years. The Christian family was traveling to the city, which is known for its large Christian community. In 2016 on Easter Sunday an explosion at the hospital in Quetta killed 72 people and a bombing in the eastern city of Lahore killed at least 69 people.