• Train stabbing survivor: Portland has 'white savior complex'
Train stabbing survivor: Portland has 'white savior complex'

In the courtroom, Jeremy Joseph Christian , the Portland stabbing suspect, yelled as if he was proud of himself in his first courtroom appearance, and sadly did not show any regret for the atrocious crime he is accused of. After his arrest, Jeremy Joseph Christian sat in the back of a police vehicle and said: "I stabbed the two (expletives) in t...

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  • Industrial gas makers Linde, Praxair announce merger deal
Industrial gas makers Linde, Praxair announce merger deal

Last time, the company shocked Wall Street by reporting EPS of $1.41, smashing the consensus of $1.41 per share. Finally, First Eagle Investment Management LLC boosted its position in shares of Praxair by 59.7% in the third quarter. Nippon Life Insurance invested in 0.05% or 20,959 shares. The ex-dividend date is Monday, June 5th. This represents a...

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  • Mayor: Puerto Rican militant to step aside from parade role
Mayor: Puerto Rican militant to step aside from parade role

After weeks of controversy over a decision by organizers of New York City's annual Puerto Rican Day parade to honor Oscar Lopez Rivera , the nationalist tied to dozens of bombings in the 1970s and '80s, Rivera has chose to attend the June 11 march as a civilian instead.

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  • Student's Essay On Her Love For Pizza Gets Her Into Yale
Student's Essay On Her Love For Pizza Gets Her Into Yale

The Ivy League University not only accepted the teen, they sent her a hand-written note to explain just how deeply they related to her essay topic. ".[O] ne thing I love to do is order pizza and have it delievered to my house", she wrote.

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  • 3rd worker found dead after blast at Wisconsin corn mill
3rd worker found dead after blast at Wisconsin corn mill

OSHA hasn't cited the plant for anything since, the records show. Federal and state, as well as insurance, investigators are already on the scene or heading to Cambria seeking answers, according to Jim Brunker, a partner and senior account executive with M3 Insurance.

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  • Trial starts for scared Minnesota cop who killed Philando Castile
Trial starts for scared Minnesota cop who killed Philando Castile

This case is different in significant ways. Yanez told state investigators that he feared for his life, but Choi argues Castile never threatened the officer. Yanez stands at the window, gun still aimed at Castile. Yanez interrupted Castile, according to the criminal complaint filed against Yanez. Castile and Reynolds insisted he wasn't reachi...

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  • National Spelling Bee gets down to final 4
National Spelling Bee gets down to final 4

Ananya is the 13th consecutive Indian-American victor of the competition and the 18th of the past 22 winners with Indian heritage, a run that began in 1999 with Nupur Lala's victory, which was featured in the documentary "Spellbound". We would like you to spell a word. Vinay defeated 14-year-old Rohan Rajeev for the title in the 90th version ...

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  • Texas State Rep. Calls ICE on Demonstrators Outside State House
Texas State Rep. Calls ICE on Demonstrators Outside State House

Justin Rodriguez, D-San Antonio, said. Rinaldi said Nevarez later " told me that he would 'get me on the way to my vehicle.'" Rinaldi said he responded by making it clear "I would shoot him in self-defense", adding that he is now under Texas Department of Public Safety protection.

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  • Wrong number text leads couple to free Stanley Cup tickets
Wrong number text leads couple to free Stanley Cup tickets

However, that isn't stopping star defenseman P.K. Subban from being supremely confident with the series moving to Nashville Saturday at 8 p.m. ET. In his absence, Carter Rowney subbed in as the third line center in practice. Malkin has scored twice during the Stanley Cup Final. "So whenever you get the chance you need to be ready". "It doesn't d...

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  • Family of suspect in Portland stabbing offers condolences
Family of suspect in Portland stabbing offers condolences

In a video, he appears at what was billed as a free speech march draped in the USA flag and giving a Nazi salute. Christian attacked the men after they tried to protect two young black girls at whom Christian was yelling racist and anti-Muslim remarks.

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  • Back-channel communications are nothing new for White House
Back-channel communications are nothing new for White House

After Trump's inauguration, Jared Kushner was named senior adviser to the president and was tasked with, among other things, brokering peace in the Middle East . The person wasn't authorized to publicly discuss private policy deliberations and insisted on anonymity. Should the White House ever get around to changing its communications strategy...

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  • Court order could delay Nevada retail marijuana sales
Court order could delay Nevada retail marijuana sales

Nevada's July 1 roll out of recreational marijuana sales could be in jeopardy. Nevada now has 60 dispensaries throughout the state, according to data from the state's Department of Health . The attorney for the distributors, Sam McMullen told Las Vegas Review Journal (RJ), "We just want our rightful place. We don't want to slow this down ino...

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  • World leaders vow to defend climate pact after Trump pullout
World leaders vow to defend climate pact after Trump pullout

During his announcement, Trump said that the decision was taken as the agreement is "draconian" and "economically burdens" the US. "I believe the United States of America should be at the front of the pack". "We note the United States' decision with regret", they said, describing the carbon-curbing accord as "a vital tool for our planet, ou...

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  • Brian Bowen sets decision date, could be headed to Louisville?
Brian Bowen sets decision date, could be headed to Louisville?

The five-star wing from Saginaw, who played at La Lumiere School in IN, announced Thursday on Twitter he plans to make his decision 4 p.m. Saturday about where he'll play his college basketball next season. Bowen has drawn plenty of interest from myriad high-major programs, including NC State, and he will make his school choice official Saturday ....

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  • Portland mayor calls for cancellation of free-speech rally
Portland mayor calls for cancellation of free-speech rally

Wheeler also urged the organizers of the demonstrations to cancel the events and asked the supporters of the demonstrations to "stay away from Portland". Marshman added another factor is the heightened emotion in the city at this time. "Thank you, Trump, for all you have done". Micah Fletcher said in a Facebook video Wednesday that the young wo...

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  • Portland stabbing suspect appears in court
Portland stabbing suspect appears in court

A defiant Jeremy Joseph Christian made his first appearance Tuesday afternoon before Judge Paul G. Crowley at the Multnomah Justice Center. "Leave this country if you hate our freedom", he added. "Suffice it to say, that I think it's immensely, immensely and morally wrong how much money we have gotten as opposed to the money, love, kindness that ...

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  • 12-year-old crowned champion of Scripps National Spelling Bee
12-year-old crowned champion of Scripps National Spelling Bee

During this year's competition, broadcast on ESPN, she correctly spelled words like "conveyance" and "sorbitol" before getting stumped on 'panettone, ' meaning a usually yeast-leavened holiday bread containing raisins and candied fruit peels.

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  • Catholic Farmer Ousted from Michigan Market Over Same-Sex Marriage Views
Catholic Farmer Ousted from Michigan Market Over Same-Sex Marriage Views

They explain how the city policy violates the Constitution's guarantee of free speech, freedom of religion and equal protection. Country Mill Farms is in Charlotte, 22 miles outside of East Lansing. The East Lansing farmer's market opens Sunday and takes place every Sunday through October in Valley Court Park. "The Country Mill family and its...

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  • Amazon to open new warehouse in Sumner
Amazon to open new warehouse in Sumner

It is unclear when the facility is expected to open. The company now has more than 1,500 full-time employees at its existing facilities in the state. "Hiring will start as we get closer to the building's launch, which won't be for a few months", Robinson told The News Tribune via email.

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  • Argentine golf great De Vicenzo dies at 94
Argentine golf great De Vicenzo dies at 94

The Argentina Golf Association confirmed his death on its website. De Vicenzo was the second-oldest living major champion and the victor of more than 230 professional tournaments. De Vicenzo said in an interview with ESPN Radio that when countryman Angel Cabrera won the Masters in 2009, it "brought a few tears to my eyes...because I would have ...

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