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Anti-Muslim Hate Marches Across US Draw Violence, Arrests

Anti-Muslim Hate Marches Across US Draw Violence, Arrests

A confrontation that included shoving and punching occurred, The Star Tribune reported. Three times as many counter-protesters demonstrated outside. Protesters at the western steps of the State Capital claimed Shariah calls for the abuse of women and has no place in America.



South Carolina Dem Runs for House Seat on Anti-Nancy Pelosi Platform

Referring to the Senate draft of his health care plan that will be released Thursday, Trump said , "I've been talking about a plan with heart" - and he told lawmakers "add some money to it". "I stand before you, extraordinarily humbled and honoured at the tremendous privilege and responsibility you. have given me", she told a crowd that chanted Mr Trump's name.


Chelsea Clinton calls out Steve Bannon for 'fat shaming' Sean Spicer

Chelsea Clinton calls out Steve Bannon for 'fat shaming' Sean Spicer

Spicer acknowledged that he's personally seen the reports, but he apparently hasn't been able to gauge where Trump stands on the issue. We've been meeting with potential people that may be of service to this administration. Tuesday morning, amid criticism, an on-camera briefing with Spicer was announced. Spicer said that the daily briefing was "one aspect of what we do".



Former US cop who fatally shot black man acquitted

That's how the jury saw it too. After the first jury deadlocked during the prosecution of Raymond Tensing, a former University of Cincinnati officer who shot Samuel DuBose during an off-campus stop, prosecutors sought another trial , which got underway this month.



House special election losses leave Democrats divided, searching

But it remains to be seen how aggressively Democrats will make a play for a district in which they just dumped millions of dollars and came up short. The solution to these problems, Ryan maintains, lies in changing leadership and widening the party's appeal . They had big money and the big, bloated far left media on their side.



Lawyers seek to free inmate featured in 'Making a Murderer'

Dassey was 16 when he told detectives he helped his uncle, Steven Avery , rape and kill photographer Teresa Halbach in 2005. Zellner adds: "Ms Halbach's ex-boyfriend initially gave the police a false name, minimised his relationship with her, lied about crime scene evidence, controlled and led the searchers to Ms Halbach's vehicle, had unrestricted access to the Avery property to plant evidence".