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Arizona college plants 10K flags to honor the fallen for Memorial Day

Around 50 people planted the flags on the university's Riverpoint Parkway campus on Tuesday morning ahead of Memorial Day, AZFamily.com reported. The school said the event is its ninth annual Memorial Day flag tribute in Phoenix. This year's theme ...
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Source: Fox News
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U.S. sanctions five Iranians for supplying missiles to Yemeni rebels

May 22 (UPI) --The U.S. Treasury Department announced sanctions against five Iranian individuals for providing ballistic missile-related technical expertise to Huthi rebels in Yemen. Five individuals linked to the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps' al ...
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Source: Upi.com
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Man injured in Hawaii 'lava bomb' says he could have been killed

A man injured by a "lava bomb" that shattered his leg amid the eruptions near Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano on Saturday says he’s lucky to be alive, and had the debris hit anywhere else he could have been killed. Darryl Clinton was struck by a piece of rock ...
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Source: NBC News
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20 Years Ago, Oregon School Shooting Ended A Bloody Season

Almost a year before the shooting at Columbine High School, a teenage boy wearing a trench coat walked into the Thurston High School cafeteria in Springfield, Ore. and began shooting at his fellow students. The shooter that day, May 21, 1998, was 15-year ...
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Source: NPR
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Active shooter situation captured on live TV ends after police confirm suspect is dead

Walton County Sheriff Michael Adkinson confirmed the suspect’s death at a news conference later that day, adding that the shooter was in “an elevated position firing hundreds of rounds threating the public and their fellow law enforcement.”
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Source: Fox News
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New NYSE chief Stacey Cunningham 'fell in love' with floor on first visit

May 22 (UPI) --Stacey Cunningham, the first woman to become president of the New York Stock Exchange, said she fell in love with the floor on her first visit, while a college intern. On Friday Cunningham will become the 67th president of the NYSE, the ...
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Source: Upi.com
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Milwaukee man accused of beating, burning teen's body over video game console

A Milwaukee man repeatedly beat a teen with a hammer over a stolen video game console before stabbing him in the neck and burning his body, according to court documents. Malik Terrell fled to Chicago after leaving 15 -year-old Dennis King’s burned body ...
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200 USC professors demand Nikias step down; trustees express 'full confidence' in president

Two hundred USC professors on Tuesday demanded the resignation of university President C. L. Max Nikias, saying he had "lost the moral authority to lead" in the wake of revelations that a campus gynecologist was kept on staff for decades despite repeated ...
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DeVos: Reporting undocumented students is a local decision

WASHINGTON — Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said Tuesday that decisions on whether to report undocumented students to authorities rest with local communities. DeVos was asked during a congressional hearing whether teachers or principals should notify ...
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Normandy man charged with murder in deadly shooting

RIVERVIEW • A Normandy man was charged Tuesday with murdering a St. Louis man last week in Riverview. Dominique M. Gilliam, 22, of the 1600 block of Castle Park Drive, was charged with second-degree murder, unlawful use of a weapon and two counts of ...
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Rescuers continue Delaware River search for man missing in boat mishap

The U.S. Coast Guard is still searching for a man who tumbled from a boat after it hit a wake in the Delaware River Monday off Burlington County. Four other people who fell from the 16-foot recreational boat around 5:40 p.m. were rescued, but a man in his ...
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Source: NJ.com
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Reed College prof cites flaws in government expert's analysis of shot to roof of Finicum's truck

Using a sheet of metal shot with several .223-caliber bullets affixed to the top of a cardboard box, a forensic scientist Tuesday showed a judge how he places a rod into the point of impact, rocks it back and forth until it settles in the hole and then ...
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Source: Oregonian
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There's a growing sinkhole on the White House lawn

For all the concern over leaks at the White House, a more pressing problem might be the sinkhole on the North Lawn that appears to be growing by the day. The pit in the ground, which was first reported by White House correspondents on site this week ...
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4-year-old thought the gun was a toy. Now his little brother is dead, Virginia cops say

A real, loaded firearm mistaken for a toy had a tragic outcome Tuesday in Louisa County, Virginia, according to authorities. A 4-year-old boy got ahold of the gun somehow just before 11 a.m., multiple media outlets reported. Thinking it was a toy, he fired ...
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Source: Miami Herald

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