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Texas Woman & # 39; Intentionally Defaced & # 39; in a police vehicle to hide drugs

A Texas woman arrested with drugs was forced to use plan number two. Corsicana police responded on Wednesday to the local HEB to investigate a robbery and then arrested 32-year-old Shannen Shunta Martin at the grocery store. 19659002] Officers said she resisted the arrest, but eventually subdued her and managed to get her inside the police cruiser, according to a …

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Graham's body begins the trip from the mountains to Charlotte – The Denver Post

ASHEVILLE, NC – Motorists on the highway pulled aside to watch Rev. Billy Graham's caravan as the body of the religious leader moved through his home state of North Carolina on Saturday. Admirers arrived at the mountain chapel at the training center operated by their evangelistic association in Asheville and watched as the procession headed towards Graham's library in Charlotte. …

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Former European officials deny having been paid by Manafort to the Ukrainian lobby

But Mr. Prodi said that the funds that Mr. Gusenbauer had paid him did not come, as far as he knows, from Mr. Manafort. Mr. Gusenbauer's compensation was the result of the "normal private relations I had with him". Mr. Prodi said, but "there is no money from external sources". He added: "I tell you that I was never paid …

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Billy Graham's funeral convoy heads to Charlotte, North Carolina.

Billy Graham goes home. A hearse carrying the Charlotte-born evangelist's body is part of a 10-car motorcade that departed Saturday morning from the Billy Graham Training Center in Asheville at Cove. I should get to Charlotte around 2:20 p.m., although that time is a bit fluid. And around 3 p.m., the procession is scheduled to arrive at the Billy Graham …

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George W. Bush says Billy Graham changed his life

"God's work within me began in earnest with Billy's reach," Bush wrote in an opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal published on Friday. "His care and teachings were the true beginning of my journey of faith and the beginning of the end of my alcohol consumption, I could not have left alcohol on my own, but in 1986, at …

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The security clearance of the White House of Jared Kushner comes to a new inconvenience: report

CLOSE A storm is brewing inside the White House over who has access to classified information, and Jared Kushner wants to make sure he is one of them. Nathan Rousseau Smith reports. Buzz60 Jared Kushner, senior adviser to President Trump and Trump's son-in-law, and Ivanka Trump, adviser to President Trump and Trump's daughter, are seen before President Trump delivering State …

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More appeals, more burdens – More preparation? : NPR

Richard Gates arrives at Prettyman federal court for a hearing on Friday in Washington, D.C. Mark Wilson / Getty Images Hide caption caption Mark Wilson / Getty Images Richard Gates arrives at Prettyman Federal Court for a hearing on Friday in Washington, D.C. Mark Wilson / Getty Images This week in Russian investigations: more newcomers join the honorary role of …

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This is what a serious policy of armed violence would look like

A serious debate about gun policy is underway after last week's massacre in Florida, and one approach is the federal background check system, a system that has existed for 20 years but that, in almost all accounts, is not doing enough to prevent potential murderers from buying guns. In theory, almost everyone in Washington wants to strengthen the National Instant …

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The student gives money to ice cream teachers to help pay for the funeral of the father-in-law

Price Lawrence said his 6th grader gave him this note and ice cream money to help pay for his father-in-law's funeral. (Prince Lawrence) A sixth grade teacher from Alabama said he learned a valuable lesson in kindness with a special note from one of his students this week. Price Lawrence, who teaches at Highlands Elementary in Huntsville, said in a …

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How Texas is a model for Trump's armed masters

President Donald Trump's vision of a force of armed, "highly trained" and ready-to-stop school shooters already exists: in Texas. State legislators have created a program to train and assemble "school marshals": teachers, principals, coaches, custodians and others ready to defend a school. And the creator of the program believes that it could be the inspiration for Trump's endorsement of the …

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