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Judge halts Arkansas plan to execute 8 inmates in 11 days

Judge halts Arkansas plan to execute 8 inmates in 11 days For the time being, Arkansas is going ahead with the preparations for the executions, two of which are scheduled for Monday. "I expect both the Supreme Court of Arkansas and the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals to review the decisions quickly, and I have confidence in the Attorney General and her team to expedite the reviews". [Full Article...]

North Korea parades military weapons, but no nuke test

He told the packed-out square: 'If the United States wages reckless provocation against us, our revolutionary power will instantly counter with annihilating strike, and we will respond to full-out war with full-out war and to nuclear war with our style of nuclear strike warfare'. [Full Article...]

U.S. lawyers contest mass executions in Arkansas

The inmates say midazolam is unsuitable as an execution drug, saying it is not a pain-killer and could subject them to a cruel and unusual punishment in violation of the U.S. Ward was convicted in the 1989 killing of Rebecca Doss after she was found strangled in the bathroom of the Little Rock gas station where she worked. [Full Article...]

InfoWars Fans Devastated - Alex Jones Attorney Says Show is "Performance Art"

InfoWars Fans Devastated - Alex Jones Attorney Says Show is Alex Jones is, depending on who you ask, the media's barrel-chested voice of reason in a world gone mad or a ranting , beet-faced lunatic whose calling card involves legitimizing outlandish conspiracy theories by screaming them as loudly as possible on his radio show, Infowars. [Full Article...]

Manhunt on for Suspect Who Posted Murder of Elderly Man on Facebook

Other claims of crimes: In another video, Stephens claimed to have killed more than a dozen other people, but police said they have not found evidence of any other victims. "We had been in a relationship for several years". Thirty-seven-year-old Steve Stephens is wanted on a charge of aggravated murder in the death of Robert Godwin Sr. [Full Article...]

Court rules Alabama impeachment can move forward

Court rules Alabama impeachment can move forward Bentley vowed again he won't resign even as his political. "Governor Bentley's loyalty shifted from the State of Alabama to himself", Sharman wrote in an executive summary. Then, on March 22, 2016, Alabama's former law enforcement secretary, Spencer Collier, who Bentley had fired the same day, held a press conference at which he claimed Bentley had been having an affair with his chief advise... [Full Article...]

Trump govt to keep list of White House visitors secret

On Friday, the Trump administration announced that it would not be voluntarily releasing the names of White House visitors , reportedly due to " grave national security risks and privacy concerns ", according to The Washington Post . The Obama administration had fought to protect some portions of its own White House logs, or circumvent the need to use them, but ultimately released six million ... [Full Article...]

Insurers say Trump must do more to stabilize 'Obamacare'

Insurers say Trump must do more to stabilize 'Obamacare' Republicans have said any health care reform or overhaul must give states more flexibility. "The bottom line is that while the final rule addresses some of the challenges in the market, I think the reaction will be that it doesn't go far enough", said Cara Kelly, a vice president at the consulting firm Avalere Health. [Full Article...]

Arkansas' multiple execution plan in limbo after rulings

Arkansas' multiple execution plan in limbo after rulings A USA judge in Little Rock on Saturday temporarily blocked plans by Arkansas to hold a rapid series of executions this month, after the inmates argued the state's rush to the death chamber was unconstitutional and reckless. Read Baker's entire ruling here . "Without the medical license, and the associated tacit representation that the controlled drug would only be used for a legitimate medical g... [Full Article...]

Suspect arrested in August killing of jogger Vanessa Marcotte

Suspect arrested in August killing of jogger Vanessa Marcotte Marcotte was out for a jog on August 7 while visiting her mother's home on Brooks Station Road in Princeton. The announcement comes almost two months after the district attorney said a DNA profile of a suspect had been developed. Early said he anticipates a murder charge against Colon-Ortiz, who is expected to be arraigned Tuesday. Police said that Ortiz, who needs an interpreter for communicati... [Full Article...]

Is Bannon in peril? Trump comments worry his populist base

If there were any lingering doubts about the victor of the feud between Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner , President Trump removed them on Wednesday by publicly describing the chief strategist as merely " a guy who works for me ". There's concern that ousting Bannon would upset core Trump supporters-hard-right conservatives who took a liking to the president's populist, anti-globalist approach... [Full Article...]

Crowded Field of Candidates Emerges to Succeed Malloy as Connecticut's Governor

Crowded Field of Candidates Emerges to Succeed Malloy as Connecticut's Governor Dannel P. Malloy announced Thursday at the state Capitol that he and his family have decided they're "ready for another stage" in their lives. Malloy, a Democrat, has been governor of CT since 2011. The Republican Governors Association already issued a statement about the opportunity the opening presents for the GOP, arguing that Malloy's "toxic legacy" will hurt Democrats' chances in 2018. [Full Article...]

White House partially to blame for Syria chemical attack: McCain

Tillerson's visit to Europe has been overshadowed from the start by President Donald Trump's decision to punish Syrian President Bashar Assad for using chemical weapons by launching cruise missiles at a Syrian air base. Still, Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said he believed that Trump didn't need to consult with Congress. White House National Security Adviser HR McMaster said Syria's "sponsors", R... [Full Article...]

Senate confirms Trump nominee Gorsuch

Senate confirms Trump nominee Gorsuch It ends a 14-month dispute over the post, following the sudden death of Justice Antonin Scalia in February, 2016. GOP Sen. Johnny Isakson of Georgia, who has been recovering from back surgery, did not vote. Some Republicans even credit the Supreme Court vacancy as one reason Trump won the November election. Trump nominee voted into Supreme Court after Republicans unilaterally rewrite Senate rul... [Full Article...]

Egg farmers again supporting White House Easter Egg Roll

Egg farmers again supporting White House Easter Egg Roll On Saturday at 11 a.m., the Portneuf District Library, along with the Regional Early Childhood Council, Journeys DDA, and Speech Therapy Services, will be holding an Easter Egg Hunt for children with special needs and their families. until noon. It's Easter time in Indianapolis again. If it rains, the hunt will be canceled and egg distributed to children at the Monterey Youth Center. [Full Article...]

Choate Rosemary Hall apologizes for sexual misconduct over 4 decades

Choate Rosemary Hall apologizes for sexual misconduct over 4 decades In one of the incidents at Choate reported in 1999, a Spanish language teacher at the prestigious school raped a 17-year-old female student in a swimming pool during an academic trip overseas, the report said. Many graduates told investigators they didn't recognize the adults' actions as abusive or said the school's culture made it hard to come forward. [Full Article...]

Tech, FSU expected to open 2018 football season with Labor Day showdown

Tech, FSU expected to open 2018 football season with Labor Day showdown The Seminoles will be hosting the package for the third time, but the first since 2009. In addition to the Labor Day game , the Seminoles will host Samford on September 8 and Northern Illinois on September 22. FSU celebrates a 2005 win over Virginia Tech in the ACC title game. In 2018, it appears the 'Noles will play another high profile team - this time another fellow member of the ACC in a ... [Full Article...]

Accuser's lawyer wants to depose Seattle mayor on May 2

Accuser's lawyer wants to depose Seattle mayor on May 2 On Tuesday, Murray's attorney, Robert Sulkin, held a press conference to reveal the results of a medical exam of the mayor, which allegedly refutes claims made by Murray's accuser about features of Murray's body. "This is why it was put in, and it's false". The recent death of his father also helped free him from keeping what he described as his shameful story secret, he said. [Full Article...]

Report of threat, weapon, prompts district lockdown

Report of threat, weapon, prompts district lockdown Today, police once again have a presence at the school to reassure students of their safety. All students are safe, and there were no injuries associated with this incident. Police said an armed person threatened to appear at the high school, prompting the lockdown. The Chittenden Central Supervisory Union said the person who prompted the lockdown was not in the building Wednesday. [Full Article...]

Holy Week area church services

Hermiston Ave. St. John's Chapel, Tilghman. The service concludes with the first Eucharist of Easter. The regular Easter service will be at the church at 11 a.m. We serve breakfast after sunrise service . St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 24 Broadway. Additionally, there have been many Lenten events that help to foster the fellowship so many in the parish enjoy, with weekly Compline services hel... [Full Article...]


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