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One killed, 15 wounded in Ohio nightclub shooting: US media

Police Captain Kimberly Williams said the gunmen were still at large and the force did not have good descriptions of them. They say there is no evidence the shooting is terrorism related. Police initially said 15 people were shot, but that number was later changed to 16. "We have had incidents here in the past, but this is by far the worst", she said.

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Trump and team WERE under government surveillance

Representative Adam Schiff, the intelligence committee┬┤s top Democrat, said the cancellation was not in the public interest. The comments came after Nunes had given reporters a sideline briefing and claimed US President Donald Trump and his associates may have been "monitored" as part of an "incidental collection".

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West Oakland fire: One feared dead in large 4 alarm blaze

He said seven people were rescued and three people were hospitalized. It's not now clear how many people were in the building when it caught fire. Residents said the debris was recently removed, but other problems persisted. Several residents said they discounted the initial commotion over the fire because the building and neighborhood are noisy. "This building has not been right for a long time", she said.

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AG Jeff Sessions: Maryland's Trust Act would put residents at risk

Sessions called out the state of Maryland, in particular, which is now considering legislation that would make the entire state a so-called "sanctuary" for undocumented immigrants, in what some lawmakers have said is a direct response to proposed Trump policies.

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NCAA Tournament: Preview & Predictions For Sunday's Elite 8 Games

Sometimes, it was Heartbreak City in 2006 against UCLA - a squandered 17-point lead in the second half with the National Player of the Year suiting up for the Zags. If you're looking for upsets this Saturday, you won't find any here. He had some interested comments about this year's Gonzaga team. The program, located in Spokane, Washington, which isn't exactly a hotbed for recruiting, had never been to an NCAA tournament.

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Cities, sheriffs find flaws in Trump's immigration jail list

Its first edition, released Monday, lists approximately 100 cities, towns, counties, and agencies across the nation that choose to be "non-cooperative" with agents from the Department of Homeland Security as they seek to identify and deport undocumented immigrants with criminal records.