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    Thugs arrested at home of St. Louis prosecutor

    ST. LOUIS -- At least six protesters were taken into police custody Tuesday night as they staged a demonstration outside the home of Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce. The chanting protesters gathered at the home in the Holly Hills neighborhood shortly after 9 p.m. They were opposing the decision by J ... Read More

    ISIS seized large numbers of US weapons in Ramadi

    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Iraqi troops abandoned dozens of U.S military vehicles, including tanks, armored personnel carriers and artillery pieces when they fled Islamic State fighters in Ramadi on Sunday, the Pentagon said Tuesday. A Pentagon spokesman, Col. Steve Warren, estimated that a half dozen tanks ... Read More

    Al Qaeda-Benghazi link known day after attack according to new report

    The day after the deadly Sept. 11, 2012, attack on the U.S. compound in Benghazi, Libya, the Defense Intelligence Agency concluded the assault had been planned 10 days earlier by an al-Qaeda affiliate, according to documents released by conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch. "The attack on the ... Read More

    Baltimore police, city and community concerned over surge in violence

    Across from a CVS drugstore in West Baltimore that remains shuttered and charred from last month's riots, two high-top tennis shoes remained on the sidewalk Monday, surrounded by police detectives and crime tape. It was the scene of the city's 164th nonfatal shooting this year. While police and city ... Read More

    Federal judge rejects State Dept. plan for release of Clinton emails

    WASHINGTON — A federal judge rejected the State Department's proposal to release portions of 55,000 pages of emails from former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton by next January, saying the agency must instead conduct a "rolling production" of the emails. In a Tuesday hearing, U.S. District ... Read More

    House bill would cap expenses for ex-presidents

    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and other former presidents who earn lucrative speaking fees and draw other income would no longer be able to count on taxpayer dollars to pay for their post-White House office space and staff under a bill in the House. On a voice vote, the House Overs ... Read More

    Los Angeles to raise minimum wage from $9 to $15 an hour

    LOS ANGELES (UPI) -- The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday approved a plan to raise minimum wage in the city to $15 per hour by 2020. Under the proposed plan, minimum wage will increase incrementally from the current $9 per hour to $15 per hour each year on July 1 until 2020. The dates will be pus ... Read More

    Taxpayers funding EPA's complete abuse of the system

    A policy analyst thinks the EPA has become a "haven for pornography, fraud and sexual abuse." Tom Borelli, Ph.D., a senior fellow for FreedomWorks, tells OneNewsNow problems at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are not limited to its "regulatory overreach." In a column for Conservative Revie ... Read More

    Traumatized students sue California district for support

    LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Students with violent and traumatic pasts sued the Compton Unified School District on Monday, alleging they are legally disabled and the school has failed to meet their educational needs. The lawsuit, believed to be the first of its kind in the nation, contends that under federal ... Read More

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