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North Carolina voter ID law faces court challenge – immediately after GOP overrides Dem governor's veto

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper's veto of a new voter ID bill was overridden by the state's Republican lawmakers on Wednesday. (AP Photo / Gerry Broome)            Republican lawmakers in North Carolina completed an override of Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper's veto of a new voter ID law this week – and immediately faced a challenge in court. Six voters described …

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A university student accused of being in the room

EASTON, Pa. (AP) – A former student at Lehigh University was accused last Thursday for poisoning his roommate. Yukai Yang, a 22-year-old chemist who has a large illness with his roommate with thallium and possibly other chemicals, his diet and drink over a few months last spring, prosecutors said. is charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault and other offenses, according …

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Judge rules the plaintiffs who pledge Trump to sham businesses may remain unknown

A judge ruled Thursday four people suing President Trump Donald John TrumpTrump of leading AG pick slammed Mueller's barge of justice probe on memo at DOJ: Senate report approves funding bill, preventing partial government shutdown Senators call Trump the administration to reconsider the withdrawal of Syria MORE and the Trump Organization about sham business schemes may remain unknown due to …

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Jim Mattis's resignation was a terrible loss in America and our allies

Y ou should greatly lament President Trump's announcement on Thursday that Defense Secretary Jim Mattis was resigning. A scholar and retired four-star Marine general with an overly inappropriate nickname, "Mad Dog," Mattis is highly respected by U.S. allies and around the world was scared of U.S. enemies. In his resignation letter, Mattis said that Trump deserves a defense secretary closer …

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The White House retires from Obama's rules of school discipline

Many education-advocacy groups have condemned the recommendation of the Federal Commission on School Commissions to withdraw a Obama time guide calling schools to address disparities based on race discipline. Advocates arguing with the final report of the commission, headed by Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, represent a step backward in an effort to reduce disparities in racial discipline at school …

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The former student at Lehigh University is charged with room capacity

Breaking News Breaks Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, are delivered every morning morning. SUBSCRIBE December. 20, 2018 / 8:03 PM GMT Ni Janelle Griffith A former college student at Lehigh University accused earlier this year leaving racist graffiti for her roommate at their dorm room is now facing charges he tried to …

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House passes criminal justice reform bill, sending it to Trump's desk

Congress approved a sweeping bipartisan criminal justice reform bill on Thursday, handing President Trump a major legislative victory on an issue championed by his White House. The House approved the bill 358-36, sending it to Trump's desk for his signature. The legislation was approved earlier this week by the Senate, 87-12. The passage marks a win for Trump as well …

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