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The last confirmed sighting of the boy was with his father at 1 a.m. April 21 as they left Disneyland. Andressian Sr.'s attorney, Daniel Nardoni, told Fox11News Monday that he was surprised by the arrest: "I was surprised to see that he was arrested on the charge of murder in particular since they haven't found a body and since he's been adamant from day one he hasn't done (anything) to harm his son or done anything to jeopardize his welfare", Nardoni said.
  • JFK's life, legacy to be celebrated on his centennial

    JFK's life, legacy to be celebrated on his centennial

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    Brennan today dedicated a Forever stamp commemorating the centennial of the birth of our nation's 35th President, John F. Kennedy. The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Dorchester held a ceremonial flag raising at 9 a.m.
  • Suspect in fatal Portland, Ore., attack yells about 'free speech' in courtroom

    Suspect in fatal Portland, Ore., attack yells about 'free speech' in courtroom

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    Later, commotion erupted outside the courtroom. As Christian concluded his brief appearance, yelling and screaming could be heard from the hallway as supporters of the victims confronted a supporter of the defendant. Christian's other views include misogyny and transphobia. The surviving victim of the attack, Micah Fletcher, sat in the front row of the gallery during the arraignment, with a long, sutured wound visible on his neck.
  • Milwaukee sheriff denies claims he plagiarized in his master's thesis

    Milwaukee sheriff denies claims he plagiarized in his master's thesis

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    Clarke reportedly built his 2013 thesis titled, "Making U.S. security and privacy rights compatible", by using the language from such sources while he attended the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, Calif. A side-by-sidecomparison by CNN illustrated the similarities between portions of Clarke's thesis and the original texts. The appointment would not require Senate confirmation.
  • Government 'needs a good shutdown,' frustrated Trump tweets

    Government 'needs a good shutdown,' frustrated Trump tweets

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    Missouri's U.S. Senator Roy Blunt, a fellow Republican, said he understood Trump's frustration with the Senate requirement for 60 votes to pass legislation, but cautioned against rushing to blow up the long standing rule. Democrats' gleeful declarations that they outsmarted Republicans in a battle over a spending bill that avoided a government shutdown drew the ire of the president.
  • Celebration Of Confederate Monument Removal Confronted By Protesters

    Celebration Of Confederate Monument Removal Confronted By Protesters

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    And Confederate sympathizers and fans of the statues have been flocking to the city from as far away as New Mexico and Colorado to protest their removal. The statement also noted that the statues were erected decades after the end of the war and were meant to "demonstrate that there was no sense of guilt for the cause in which the South fought the Civil War".
  • Betsy DeVos heckled at graduation ceremony

    Betsy DeVos heckled at graduation ceremony

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    Whitehead's appeal cites DeVos' assertion earlier this year that historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) like Bethune-Cookman are " real pioneers when it comes to school choice "-a policy many education advocates say damages public school infrastructure at the expense of students of color".
  • Trump seeks to expand drilling in Arctic, Atlantic oceans

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    Environmental groups plan legal challenges to the changes. "We will fight every effort to jeopardize the 12,500 tourism jobs clean sands and clear water and we will fight every effort to line there pockets of petroleum executives $244 million in local tourism salary", said Laura Habr of the Business Alliance for Protecting the Atlantic Coast.
  • EVM motherboards can be changed in 90 seconds: Arvind Kejriwal

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    Conducting a mock poll on an EVM machine, Bharadwaj demonstrated how despite giving two votes each to various parties; the final count showed that votes of some parties had been transferred to one party. He said this can happen when someone enters the premises posing as a voter and then uses a secret code, which is used to manipulate the election. The Election Commission has been claiming that EVMs are tamper-proof and had challenged that it be proven otherwise by parties making allegations ...