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Serial killer suspect arrested in Phoenix

The judge agreed with a prosecutor that Saucedo should be held without bond. Aaron Saucedo a 23 year old Phoenix , Arizona man has been charged with the murders of nine individuals, all of whom were killed last year. Saucedo told authorities he had changed his appearance and stopped driving his BMW after the police released descriptions of him and the vehicle last summer, Howard said. Read More »

Philly Gets Its Chance To Shine During NFL Draft

He was followed by wide receiver Mike Williams as the first pick of the Los Angeles Chargers, then running back-kick returner Christian McCaffrey went to Carolina. You have to use those picks, though, and at first glance, he seems to have done very well there as well. Remaining top-10 metered markets for ESPN's coverage included Columbus, Ohio (9.0), Greenville, S.C. Read More »

Bachelor star Chris Soules jailed after deadly Iowa crash


He 'rear ended a John Deere tractor trailer, sending it into a ditch, ' according to court documents obtained by TMZ . The tractor-trailer went into a ditch and the driver was taken to a hospital, where he died, Iowa's KWWL reported . He is being held on a $10,000 cash-only bond, and if convicted could serve up to five years in prison. Fox News reveals that Chris is in custody at Buchanan County Jail in Iowa. Read More »

DeVos compares school choice to switching phone carriers

A visit from both Trump and DeVos to a Pine Hills school earlier this year drew a heavy protest against the latter's views and lack of experience in public education. The university did not respond to CNN's request for a comment on the NAACP letter . Trump added a signing statement last week to the federal budget bill that could disregard funding for historically black colleges. Read More »

Kushner Family Business Pitch In China Prompts Questions About Investor Visas

While Kushner, the husband of Ivanka Trump, has stepped down from managing the firm, he remains the beneficiary of trusts that hold some business interests, and so he still holds a financial stake in the company's success. She said that the reports on the Kushner Companies' investment pitch shows there is "a stark conflict of interest for the Trump White House" when it comes to the EB-5 visa program . Read More »

Trump's Offshore Energy Order Could Impact Gulf of Mexico

Despite Trump's assertion that the nation needs to wean itself of foreign oil, USA oil imports have declined in recent years as domestic production boomed amid improved drilling techniques opening up once unreachable areas. Zinke said east coast lawmakers are keen to promote offshore wind and he is "optimistic" about its future. Reviewing the plan could take about two years, Zinke said on a conference call with reporters Thursday. Read More »

Capitals beat Penguins, Force Game 7

That's happening right now in the series between the Washington Capitals and those reigning Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins. And not by a little, either. "I've played with everyone but Sid and Geno this year". When Crosby was asked if he was evaluated following that play, the Penguins' star said, "Yeah, yeah ..." Kris Letang is irreplaceable, and it is showing in this series. Read More »

Penn State students face hundreds of charges in hazing death

Back in February, a PSU fraternity that claimed to be alcohol free, held a party created to intoxicate its newest pledges. "They made the pledges run from station to station drinking enormous amounts of beer", explains Centre County District Attorney Stacy Parks Miller . Read More »

Comey dodges questions on Obama spying on Trump


Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., said Clinton "said some horrific things, and I think, and just disgusting what she said". Clinton paid lip service to making herself accountable for her flawed and failed campaign, just as she paid lip service during the campaign to listening to rural, working class voters and not underestimating Donald Trump. Read More »

Paul Ryan Expects Senate to Pass Obamacare Repeal Within 1-2 Months


He says "nobody is being excluded based on gender". "Not a SINGLE woman will be working on this bill", the group tweeted . Taking the provision out could alienate the Senate's conservatives who viewed the House's funding repeal as a major victory and are now feeling pressure from outside religious groups to keep the defund in the Senate's version of the bill . Read More »

Tunnel with nuclear waste collapses in Washington state

The emergency was declared at 8:26 a.m., according to an announcement on the Energy Department's website. Lawyers for the Energy Department have said no evidence has been provided showing workers have been harmed by vapors. "No action is now required for residents of Benton and Franklin counties", the U.S. Energy Department said, referring to the almost 300,000 residents near the site about 200 miles southeast of Seattle. Read More »

Pres. Trump requiring review of national monuments, including Ca


While Clinton created the Grand-Staircase-Escalante national monument , Obama set aside the Bears Ears national monument, in what many deemed unacceptable overreach. "The local community, the loggers, the fishermen, those areas that are affected should have a say and a voice", Zinke said. "He's already signed 28 bills into law 30 executive orders", said Vice President Mike Pence. Read More »

Thousands of pro-climate, anti-Trump protesters march in Washington


Regulations on fossil fuels were repealed, the Keystone XL pipeline was approved and if passed, Mr Trump's budget will cut funding to the Environmental Protection Agency by a third. The Peoples Climate Marches in dozens of cities including the US capital, are part of a broader effort to build momentum behind candidates with strong environmental records for next year's midterm elections and the 2020 presidential race, organizers said. Read More »

Immigrants plan May Day rallies to protest Trump policies

Peaceful protesters flocked to the streets in Chicago . Portland, Oregon, police say officers have arrested at least three people during a downtown May Day rally and march that they say became a riot. Protesters gathered not only to express support for immigrants, but also to stage a sit-in at Gov. Greg Abbott's office to oppose Texas' SB4 bill, which would ban sanctuary cities in the state. Read More »

Fire forces evacuations near Ga.'s Okefenokee Swamp in US


George, advancing steadily south toward Georgia 94, which already was closed west to the state line. But it warned hot, dry conditions Tuesday could cause the fire to spread rapidly. George, Callahan, Ratliff and northern Duval County near the Jacksonville International Airport. All schools in St George and Charlton County are closed Monday, school officials said. Read More »

PSU Students React After Fraternity and Members Charged With Death

Two different brothers are later seen pouring liquid on Piazza's face, but he fails to respond. Davis claims he raised red flags, but the other guys just thought it was a joke. The presentment described a ceremony in which pledges were blindfolded, paddled, and forced to drink a mixture of food and drink left over in the frat's refrigerator. Read More »

Trump to announce federal court nominees


Lawyers will argue their case "en banc" before a panel of all active and eligible judges of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals - which covers Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. "I don't think so, your honor", he said tepidly, "because the order is completely unprecedented in our nation's history". Judge Pamela Harris said Trump's order has clearly had a devastating effect on Muslims. Read More »

Gov. McMaster keeps promise, vetoes gas tax bill


The bill raises the tax by 12 cents over six years to 28.75 cents per gallon. Earlier this year, the state Department of Transportation reported that more than half of roadway pavement in SC is considered to be in poor condition and suggested that an increase in annual spending of around $500 million would be needed to bring roadways into good condition. Read More »

Kushner family apologizes for mentioning White House adviser Jared Kushner


Nicole Kushner Meyer (third from left), the sister of White House senior adviser Jared Kushner, poses at a promotional event in Shanghai on Sunday . Nicole Kushner Meyer, Jared's sister and a principal in the family-run business, was in a ballroom at Beijing's Ritz-Carlton hotel on Saturday asking a roomful of wealthy Chinese investors to consider investing $500,000 apiece in a New Jersey luxury apartment complex overlooking the Hudson River across from lower Manhattan. Read More »

Teacher accused of kidnapping teen in court in Tennessee


Cummins, who is facing charges in the Middle District of Tennessee, is being held at a Kentucky jail pending trial. His feet tethered by chains, Cummins shuffled into a federal courtroom in Nashville carrying a few pieces of paper. That lawyer was not available for comment and did not immediately respond to an email from The Associated Press. It is alleged that Cummins spent months grooming her while teaching at the school she attended - he was suspended from his teaching job when another ... Read More »

Bumps ahead for Obamacare repeal as Americans air worries

To imply that this child, when an adult, would be denied access to health care coverage due to a congenital heart defect is actually beyond the realm of logical belief. There appears to be a consensus in diagnosing the health bill. Her open seat in Miami is considered a prime pick-up opportunity for Democrats. Democrats are united in opposition to the House bill. Read More »

Four AZ National Monuments on Trump Review List


Under the Antiquities Act , presidents have almost unlimited power to create national monuments on land the federal government already owns and can block oil and natural gas drilling, mining, grazing, fishing or other land uses, depending on the circumstances. Read More »

Trump rescinds Obama's 'permanent' Arctic leasing ban

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke made the announcement at the White House in advance of Trump's plans to issue an executive order in Friday that could amend the Interior Department's 2017-2022 oil leasing plan approved under President Barack Obama. Read More »

Engineer won't face charges in deadly 2015 train derailment


They say they can't prove engineer Brandon Bostian acted with "conscious disregard" when he accelerated the train to 106 miles per hour on a 50 miles per hour curve. The train was traveling along Amtrak's Northeast Corridor - the busiest commuter railway in the U.S. that serviced 11.9 million riders in the 2016 fiscal year. Read More »

Protestors in Austin Speak Out Against Law Banning Sanctuary Cities


In this Sunday, May 7, 2017 frame from video posted by the Office of the Governor, Republican Gov. Greg Abbott signs a so-called "sanctuary cities" ban in Austin Texas . "This law does not keep our community safe, in fact, it goes against public safety", Travis County Sheriff Sally Hernandez says . Texas has already asked a federal court to pre-emptively find that the law known as SB4 is constitutional. Read More »

Kushner's family sorry for naming him to investors

Nicole Kushner Meyer, Mr Kushner's sister, referred to him as she promoted an investment-for-visas scheme in Beijing. But his family ties have drawn new scrutiny to the EB-5 program, which offers foreign citizens who invest at least $500,000 in the United States a fast track to a green card. Read More »

Kevin Garnett Hosts Salty Celtics Reunion, Without Ray Allen

The big name that was missing? Just a month after the Heat rallied to beat the Celtics in seven games in the 2012 Eastern Conference finals, Allen spurned a more lucrative offer from the Celtics to sign with Miami . "It was all Celtics invited to this", said Garnett. Pierce was particularly miffed all these years that Allen never talked to them about entertaining such a move to a hated rival. Read More »

Phoenix serial killing suspect arrested in deaths of 9


The former city bus driver declared "I'm innocent" during a brief court hearing Monday, May 8, 2017 . Police said they have not identified a motive but believe Saucedo acted alone. His case was only recently added to the serial killings investigation. It wasn't after discovering that Saucedo had pawned in a High-Point 9mm handgun days after the death of his mother's boyfriend that cops began linking the son to a series of unsolved murders involving Latno's in the community. Read More »

EPA chief outlines legal-case recusals


Pruitt formally recused himself in an agency memorandum Thursday, saying he will not participate in 12 lawsuits, all but one of which were filed against the EPA. The EPA is becoming more ironically named by the day. One of his key acts as attorney general was to establish a "federalism unit" to combat what he called "unwarranted regulation and systematic overreach" by Washington. Read More »