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In August 1985, Russell Yates came home from work in Warwick, Rhode Island to find his wife and two young daughters gone. He filed a missing persons report the next day, telling police that the couple, high school sweethearts, had fought over his infidelities shortly before the disappearance — including a punch that sent her to the hospital.

He suspected she'd run away with the kids.
Russell Yates' 31-year search for his wife and two daughters ended this week with a bittersweet discovery.
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Nearly seven-in-ten Americans say that Trump's use of Twitter is a bad idea, and only nine percent say they strongly support his use of the 140-character medium to announce policy positions and express his personal point of view.
Only nine percent say they strongly support his use of the 140-character medium to announce policy positions and express his personal point of view.
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I mean look at all the responses
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The decision, made in the last days of Obama's presidency, means that Manning can be freed May 17, seven years into her prison term. Obama granted 209 other commutations and 64 pardons.

Manning, the transgender former Army intelligence officer, was sentenced to 35 years in a male military prison for giving classified information to Wikileaks. While in prison, Manning attempted suicide multiple times, prompting supporters and activists to plead with the president for her pardon. Manning, who could go free May 17, is among the 209 inmates whose sentences Obama commuted on Tuesday.
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+Hector saenz We live in the age of Whistle-blower vs Value of secrets the expose. Did Manning do more harm than good in her actions? Did Snowden or Assange? In the modern age the cost of transparency is a lot higher than it use to be.
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About 18 million people would lose or drop their health insurance in the first year after Obamacare is repealed, the Congressional Budget Office reported Tuesday.

The nonpartisan federal agency also found that health insurance premiums would spike another 20 to 25 percent, according to the new report. Within 10 years, 32 million more people would be without health insurance, the CBO projects.
About 18 million people would lose or drop their health insurance in the first year after Obamacare is repealed, the Congressional Budget Office says.
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+Mark Clark Thank you. 
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In a major speech, May said Britain will seek a clean break and not "anything that leaves us half-in, half-out." Britain won't "hold on to bits of membership," nor seek associate or partial membership of the bloc, she said.

In a major speech, Theresa May said Britain will seek a clean break and not 'anything that leaves us half-in, half-out.' The U.K. won't 'hold on to bits of membership,' nor seek associate or partial membership of the bloc, she said.
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Well, hard Brexit will definitely weaken British economy. The British pound has already got weakened vis-a-vis other global currencies. Also, Britain losing access to a single EU market will definitely have consequences. Scotland might secede from UK. After hard Brexit, students of Britain will not be able to study in other EU colleges/universities with relative ease. Many big multinational and financial firms will relocate their offices/headquarters to other alluring cities of EU, like, Paris. Paris in fact will gain immensely. Trump promising post-Brexit Britain a ‘fair’ trade deal might not be realistic. Why would the US give Britain concessions, when it (the US) has nothing to gain from it. Trade deals are not done for the sake of sentiments.
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A cargo jet crashed into a village near Kyrgyzstan's main airport on Monday, killing dozens of people on the ground.

The Boeing 747 had been trying to land in intermittent dense fog, local officials told NBC News. The aircraft had five people on board.
More than 1,000 rescue workers were at the scene by late morning near Manas International Airport in Kyrgyzstan.
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"I think probably there, I would imagine that there's probably a gun in the school to protect from potential grizzlies," DeVos said.

Betsy DeVos, Donald Trump's nominee for Education Secretary, said guns might have a place in schools because of the threat from "potential grizzlies."
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And how exactly does one identify these predators ? 
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Former President George H.W. Bush has been hospitalized as a precaution after experiencing "shortness of breath," his office confirmed early Wednesday.

Earlier, local media quoted his chief of staff as saying the 41st president was expected to go home from Houston Methodist Hospital in a few days.
The 92-year-old's office announced earlier this month that Bush would not attend Donald Trump's inauguration this week due to his age and health.
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bye bye papa bush..off to the city on a hill...
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When investigators first asked Esteban Santiago why he allegedly gunned down people in a Florida airport, he told them his mind was being controlled by the government, a federal prosecutor said Tuesday.

But the suspect soon changed his story, Assistant U.S. Attorney Ricardo Del Toro told a judge, citing an account by an FBI agent who took part in the six hours of questioning of him. Santiago, an Iraq war veteran, instead blamed ISIS, and what he'd read on the "dark web" and internet chat rooms.
Esteban Santiago, an Iraq war veteran, blamed mind control, ISIS the "dark web" and internet chat rooms for the shooting that left five dead.
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Traitor! Murderer and pedophile. Under the influence of islam!
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An 18-year-old Denver woman was among five people killed when a gunman opened fire at a nightclub in a popular Mexican resort, her brother said.
Roberto Martinez told NBC News that his sister, Alejandra Villanueva, was killed in the attack at the Blue Parrot nightclub in Playa Del Carmen.
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That must have been some kind of nightclub!!
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The suspected gunman has been captured in the New Year's Day massacre at an Istanbul nightclub that left 39 dead and 69 wounded, according to a police source and local Turkish media.
The suspected attacker has been apprehended and taken to Haseki hospital in Istanbul, a police source told NBC News. The suspect killed 39 and wounded 69 people after opening fire in a crowd gathered to celebrate the new year at Reina nightclub, one of the city's most exclusive.
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ABC News is still reporting it's three...maybe the two of you could ask Snoopy to sniff them out? 
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Details of the charges against Salman were not immediately made public, but law-enforcement sources said they are related to obstruction of justice.

Noor Salman was taken into custody in California, where her family lives, but the case is filed in Florida, where her husband massacred 49 people in June.
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She knew something. She drove him. That's an accomplice isn't it?
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