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Blackwater Guard's 2nd Murder Trial Ends Without A Verdict

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| Nicholas Slatten was previously found guilty in the 2007 mass shooting of unarmed civilians in Baghdad, but that conviction was overturned last year. Now his retrial has ended in a hung jury.

Trump Officials Say They Can't Recall Discussing Census Citizenship Question

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As part of the lawsuits over the 2020 census citizenship question, officials who worked with Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross had trouble answering inquiries about their roles.

In New Delhi Talks, Mattis And Pompeo Seek To Bring U.S. And India Closer

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis are expected to discuss anti-terrorism, maritime security, China's influence — and India's reliance on Iranian oil and Russian arms.

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Lawyer For Homeless Man Says $400,000 Raised To Help Him Is Gone

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Johnny Bobbitt claims he has only received $75,000 of the GoFundMe money raised to get him off the streets. The rest, he argues, has been mismanaged and spent by the couple who pledged to help him.

EPA Spent An Extra 2 Million Dollars To Give Scott Pruitt Security

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The agency administrator's protective services detail expanded from six to 19 agents, but it never made a threat analysis to size up his security needs.

Her Father Gave Her The Courage To Speak Out Against 'Honor Killings'

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Khalida Brohi grew up in tribal Pakistan, where her 14-year-old cousin was murdered by an uncle after she refused an arranged marriage. Her new memoir is I Should Have Honor.

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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel Not Seeking Re-Election

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The former congressman and White House chief of staff will not seek a third term in office in 2019. "This has been the job of a lifetime, but it is not a job for a lifetime," he said.

Typhoon Jebi Hits Japan, Killing At Least 6 People

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Thousands were stranded in Kansai International Airport, on an island in Osaka Bay, after the bridge linking the airport to the main island was damaged.

Texas Judge Says DACA Is Probably Illegal, But Leaves It In Place

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Federal District Judge Andrew Hanen had ended a similar Obama-era program, but he declined to halt DACA, saying the coalition of opposed states waited too long to bring their lawsuit.