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14-year-old boy charged in father's killing, school shooting

Authorities have not released a motive for the school shooting or killing. The first-grader remained in critical condition late Thursday night, Keith Webb of Greenville Health System's Children's Hospital, said in a statement obtained by WYFF 4.

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Roy Moore off bench for defying feds on gay marriage

Moore, who also was removed from his position in 2003 but reelected in 2012 , is shown here testifying in 2004 before the Senate Judiciary Committee on the U.S. "Judge Moore was elected, twice, by the citizens of our state", Lathan said. Moore was found guilty of all six charges levied against him. As Moore is elected, he can not be directly sacked, but he has been suspended without pay from his role until the end of his current term in 2018 .

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What We Do in the Shadows Spinoff Series in the Works

Paranormal Event Response Unit is a series conceived by Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi as a TV spin-off from their highly acclaimed feature film What We Do In The Shadows. It'll be hard to live up What We Do in the Shadows , but with Clement and Waititi teaming up again, I'm going to trust this is worth looking forward to.

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Registered voters in Woodbury County take advantage of the early voting process

Batavia Ave.in Geneva, the Kendall County Clerk's Office at 111 W. Fox St.in Yorkville, the DuPage County Election Commission at 421 N. County Farm Road in Wheaton and the Aurora Election Commission office, 323 W Galena Blvd.in Aurora. While the biggest draw for the Presidential General and Special Elections is the electors for President, there is also a House of Representatives race, two proposed amendments to the Virginia Constitution, and a local Referendum.

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Texas pulls out of federal refugee resettlement program

State officials had asked federal officials to tell them by Friday whether they would approve or reject Texas' amended plan . "The state government doesn't have the power to build a wall around the state and refuse to let the children come here", Jenkins said.

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USA set to transfer internet oversight

The oversight exerted by the USA government "was more symbolic than practical", said Christopher Mondini, an ICANN vice president. A group of state attorney generals, led by Texas AG Ken Paxton, filed a lawsuit late Thursday that seeks to block the Obama administration from surrendering oversight of the internet to an global organization.