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US Olympic sprint champion banned for missing tests

US Olympic sprint champion banned for missing tests

Her third Whereabouts Failure from the IAAF was for not being available for testing on September 27, 2016, making it three failures in a 12-month period. Rollins received a whereabouts failure from the IAAF for being unavailable for testing on April 27 and another from USADA on September 13. She also passed all eight in-competition drug tests she took previous year.


Everyone is making the same point about sexual harassment at Fox

Everyone is making the same point about sexual harassment at Fox

FILE - In this April 6, 2016 file photo, Bill O'Reilly attends The Hollywood Reporter's "35 Most Powerful People in Media" celebration in NY. Representatives at Fox News and its parent Twenty-First Century Fox Inc were not immediately available for comment.


6th District race heats up with rally, endorsements

6th District race heats up with rally, endorsements

The former Georgia Secretary of State is most infamous for being forced to resign from the Susan G. Komen after seeking to cut funding to Planned Parenthood. GOP State Treasurer Ron Estes earlier this month defeated Democrat James Thompson by 6 points in a race for the 4th Congressional District seat in Kansas.


Immigrant protected by DACA deported, attorneys say

Immigrant protected by DACA deported, attorneys say

He added: "I will reiterate my position that the Trump administration has promised to not touch our DREAMers" or separate good families. And they said he further violated his status, when he illegally re-entered the U.S. A group of attorneys filed a lawsuit in federal court in California on Tuesday asking a judge to force CBP to release details of the agent's encounter with Montes, USA Today said.


Penn. man found guilty of murdering State Trooper

Penn. man found guilty of murdering State Trooper

His trial now enters the penalty phase, where jurors will have to decide between a death sentence or life in prison. Closing arguments in the capital murder case are expected to begin tomorrow at 9 a.m. "Eric Frein is a human being, with the qualities of humanity that we all have", defense attorney William Ruzzo said. "We would like to present Eric in the most sympathetic light that we can", he said.


Bill to Curb City Minimum Wage Hikes Nearing Dayton's Desk

Bill to Curb City Minimum Wage Hikes Nearing Dayton's Desk

Republican Rep. Dennis Smith of Maple Grove said he is confident that the two sides will find middle ground on the bill. "Now is where the real negotiations take place", Gazelka said. But it may buoy business groups and Republicans who need Dayton's support to curtail what they call a coming chaos in labor standards in the state's more than 800 cities.