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Strong wind forecast; some power shortcomings are possible

The sun may be warm, but strong winds and a danger for isolated power outages work together to make the start of the week a less than perfect break from the winter season. The National Weather Service has provided wind advisers for many for the WTOP listening area, with gusts up to 50 miles per hour possible on Monday morning. …

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White House to choose federal scientists to re-examine government's found climate, sources say

Brady Dennis Reporter focusing on environmental policies and public health issues February 24 at 11:58 The White House intends to create an ad hoc group of federal selections scientists to re-examine the government's assessment of climate science and counter-conclusions that the ongoing burning of fossil fuels harms the planet, according to three administration officials. The initiative of the National Security …

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1 dead as tornadoes, severe weather devastate south; several injured

At least one person was killed and several were injured after a tornado ripped through a small Mississippi city on Saturday, as severe storms slammed the region with drenching rains and the threat of flooding. The tornado leveled the commercial district of Columbus, Miss. and left the town scattered with debris, including downed power poles and damaged homes. The mayor's …

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After the Stinging Presidential Loss, the Popular Vote Movement gets Momentum to the State: NPR

Hillary Clinton outcomes after losing the 2016 elections, although Clinton has won 3 million more votes nationwide than Donald Trump. Andrew Harnik / AP hide caption toggle caption Andrew Harnik / AP Hillary Clinton outcomes after the 2016 defeat, although Clinton won 3 million more votes nationwide than Donald Trump. Andrew Harnik / AP A Electoral College workaround attempt is …

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New Hampshire favored Bernie Sanders in Democratic primary: Poll

N ew Hampshire is still feeling Bern. Three years after he won the nation's first national winner against Hillary Clinton, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Leads the Democratic mainstream field into a newly released survey. Sanders, who announced his second bid for the presidency last week, received a 27 percent vote in a survey from Emerson College. The self-identified democratic socialist …

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The acting defense secretary fires a weapon at the border. Here's why it's not normal

The two men, visiting troops and sites where the Department of Homeland Security requested the Pentagon's help to combat drug smuggling, demonstrated to the various CBP capabilities, including mobile surveillance vehicles, ATVs, horses and weapons in Monument 3 The site in New Mexico, according to a pool report. But in addition to observing border security capabilities, Shanahan unleashed a PLS …

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Colorado's killing can be linked to thefts of Wyoming, Utah

DENVER – Attacks that killed a man in Colorado could have a store in Wyoming and a bank in Utah later on the same day, authorities said. Rampage started early Friday in Denver when a man was shot multiple times, and attackers struck his black 2015 Cadillac sedan, the police said. The victim was taken to a hospital, where he …

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Mayor de Blasio trash talks Clinton, praises Trump in Iowa

Mayor de Blasio took his presidential ambitions to Iowa on Saturday night, where he's deploying a head-scratcher campaign strategy: trash talking Hillary Clinton and praising President Trump – and all the while still not declaring his candidacy. Only 25 Sioux City residents braved a blizzard to hear Hizzoner insist he'd do a better job than Clinton at leading democrats. Clinton …

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Tennessee shooter is dead, official on & # 39; severe condition & # 39; after the welfare turns deadly, officials say

A Tennessee police officer was in serious condition and his suspected shooter was dead after the blast erupted during a welfare check on Saturday morning, officials said. Sullivan County deputies were sent to 3606 Highway 11W after a welfare check was requested for the 44-year-old Jackie Scott Pendergrass, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) said in a statement. Once in …

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