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Trump Launches Tweet Attack on Carrier Steel Union Boss for Fact-Checking Him 
President-elect Donald Trump pledged to be "so presidential you will be bored" during the election, but he continues to keep Americans on their toes after again taking to Twitter to battle his most recent critic. Chuck Jones, president of United ...

Federal Judge Halts Jill Stein's Michigan Recount 
U.S. District Judge Mark Goldsmith on Wednesday night halted a Michigan election recount launched by Green Party nominee Jill Stein that had been underway since Monday. Stein’s campaign condemned the judgment and promised to challenge the Michigan Court ...

NASA eyes possibility of Delaware-sized iceberg off Antarctica 
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is keeping an eye on a 70-mile long rift in an Antarctica ice shelf that could eventually produce a Delaware-sized iceberg and contribute toward raised sea levels. The crack in the Larsen C ice shelf also ...

Inmate serving life term escapes South Carolina prison 
Michael Alan Williams, 47, who was serving a life sentence, escaped from a South Carolina prison on night of December 7, 2016 MCCORMICK COUNTY, S.C. --An inmate serving a life sentence at the McCormick Correctional Institution is on the run after escaping ...

Phoenix police release 911 call from man fired upon by serial killer 
PHOENIX – Phoenix police released a 911 recording Wednesday from a man who walked away uninjured from attack by a man believed to have fatally shot seven people and wounded two others earlier this year in a wave of serial killings. The 22-year-old man ...

Brown blocks Senate resolution for Pearl Harbor in effort to get better health deal for miners 
It's not every Pearl Harbor Day when a U.S. senator objects to honoring Pearl Harbor Day. But that's exactly what unfolded on the Senate floor Wednesday as two Democrats went to the mat to force the Senate to cut a better health care deal for coal miners.

In New York, Heroes in Hijabs Face Trump-Loving Haters 
On Monday morning, a Metropolitan Transportation Authority worker in a hijab in addition to her uniform was followed off a subway train at Grand Central Station in Manhattan by a man who shoved her down. “You shouldn’t be working for the city.

Somali-American lawmaker Ilhan Omar claims cabbie called her 'ISIS' in Washington D.C. 
As hate speech grapples the nation, Ilhan Omar, the country’s first Somali-American lawmaker, shared her own terrifying encounter with a racist cabbie while leaving the White House. Omar hailed a cab and came face-to-face with a driver who called the ...

India mourns death of politician who inspired such devotion that her fans set themselves on fire 
India declared a national day of mourning, and thousands poured into the streets to grieve Tuesday following the death of Jayaram Jayalalithaa, a former teenage actress who climbed the male-dominated ranks of both film and politics to win five terms as ...

NFL Player Pierre Thomas Testifies Friend Will Smith 'Slouched Over the Steering Wheel' After Shooting 
Pierre Thomas, friend and former teammate of slain New Orleans Saints star Will Smith -- and witness to Smith's fatal shooting -- recounted seeing Smith "slouched over the steering wheel" after a "back and forth argument" with the suspected shooter.

Knife-wielding student shot by Nev. police in critical condition 
Reno Police Officer Tim Broadway speaks about the Hug High School shooting on Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2016. Marcella Corona/RGJ RENO — A student brandishing a knife at Hug High School was shot by a Washoe County School District police officer Wednesday ...

Giraffe Now A Vulnerable Species, With Population Down 40% In 30 Years: IUCN 
That human-induced climate change is an existentialist threat, in the most literal sense, to many species on Earth is well-established, and the numbers of large fauna, such as elephants and polar bears, are commonly brandished as evidence. However, in a ...

Building Inspector Hadn't Been Inside Oakland Warehouse for 30 Years 
No Oakland building code enforcement inspector had looked at the inside of the converted warehouse that was the scene of last week's deadly fire in three decades, a city official said Wednesday. The revelation in the wake of the fire at the "Ghost Ship ...

Former Eagle Scout set to be executed for Alabama killing 
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – An Alabama man convicted of killing a store clerk is scheduled to be executed Thursday, but lawyers for the former Eagle Scout are urging it be blocked because a judge overrode a jury recommendation in imposing the death sentence.

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