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Dad Of Missing 5-Year-Old California Boy Is Suspected Of Murder

Dad Of Missing 5-Year-Old California Boy Is Suspected Of Murder

Aramadz Andressian Sr. was taken into custody about 1 p.m.in Las Vegas by sheriff's homicide detectives. Aramazd Andressian is shown in a booking photo released by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department on June 23, 2017. . The father was found near his auto, passed out. About a week after the child vanished, Andressian Sr. released a statement through his attorney, saying he was "heartbroken and grief-stricken" about the missing boy, and that he was "desperate" to find his son.



North Korea detainee mourned at OH funeral

But the state-run Korean Central News Agency said Friday said that Warmbier was treated in accordance with domestic law. The State Department has said that Rodman had no hand in the student's release-and Warmbier's father reiterated that point to ABC.


So far, Trump effect has led only to GOP victories

So far, Trump effect has led only to GOP victories

And control of the House of Representatives could still be in play in the 2018 midterm elections. "I stand before you, extraordinarily humbled and honoured at the tremendous privilege and responsibility you. When the astonishingly bad health plan is finally made public and people watch their parents, children, siblings and friends be denied health care, and when they experience the full horror of President Trump's foreign policy, Democrats will win in district after district, if they do ...


Syrian military says seizes ground towards Iraqi border

Syrian military says seizes ground towards Iraqi border

The official added that the strike was in "self-defense". CNN was first to report Tuesday's incident. Hostilities between USA -led forces and Iranian and Russian forces supporting the Syrian regime have escalated in recent weeks in a part of Syria seen as strategically important for the Syrian government and Iran , as Tehran seeks to secure a land corridor between forces it backs in Syria and Iraq .


Will Supreme Court draw the line on where political lines are drawn?

Will Supreme Court draw the line on where political lines are drawn?

The case , which will be briefed and argued during the Supreme Court's next term that starts in October, could determine how far state legislatures can go in structuring maps for partisan gain. A lower court struck down the districts as unconstitutional previous year. Four others - only Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Stephen G. Breyer remain of this group - said such challenges could be heard by the court, but disagreed on the method.


Democrats struggle for right strategy after special election losses

Democrats struggle for right strategy after special election losses

Tim Ryan's challenge to Pelosi's leadership post past year - said: "I think that's a question for the caucus to decide". "If elected, I will not vote for Nancy Pelosi for speaker". This is not coming from a Republican foe, but a Democratic colleague. The bottom line is the Democrats lost another winnable race and Pelosi was a factor, fair or not.