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Texas voter ID law was created to discriminate, judge rules

In her ruling Monday, Ramos wrote that the evidence found "infirm" cited by the 5th Circuit "did not tip the scales" in favor of the state . In arguably the strongest worded condemnation of the state's controversial Voter ID law to date, a federal judge on Monday ruled the measure was enacted in 2011 with the intent of discriminating against black and Hispanic voters.

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Second victim dies in Florida fitness center shooting

General manager Janine Ackerman , 35, and personal trainer Marios Hortis , 42, were shot by Wilson before he turned the gun on himself. Police said Wilson was sacked for "workplace violence" and had to be escorted out of the gym. However, another person who knew Wilson, Marc Sarnoff, told the paper that the usually clean-shaven Wilson was unshaven, "looked off and seemed to slur his words" when he spoke to him briefly that morning.

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Tesla is now the biggest USA automaker

Tesla usurped General Motors a week after conquering Ford Motor Co. and spurring debate over the relative value of Musk's company compared with some of the world's top-selling automakers. Tesla is expected to lose more than $950 million. Car Enthusiasts or simply amazed by the works of Tesla are all excited to finally meet the Tesla Model 3.

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Passenger is dragged off overbooked United flight

Every paying passenger is at the mercy of the airline if it wants your seat-and when push comes to pull, as was the case on United Airlines Flight 3411, they'll seemingly even resort to force by dragging passengers from the plane. A young couple was told to leave first, Bridges recalled. "Everyone was shocked and appalled", Bridges said. United has said that the plane was overbooked and after fruitlessly asking for volunteers to leave the plane, employees selected four passengers at ...

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Charleston shooter pleads guilty in state case

Dylann Roof pleaded guilty to murder and attempted murder charges in a SC court Monday. Roof was sentenced to death in January by a federal jury for the June 2015 massacre at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church. "I'd like to say loudly and repeatedly and constantly, we're sorry". "We regret it - it's ruined lives and I can not put those back together". State prosecutors originally pursued the same penalty against him before reaching the plea agreement.

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5 injured when wind flips bounce houses

The children were all taken to the hospital. "My kids yelled at me and said 'Look, Daddy, ' and I saw the bouncy house caught up in the power lines". Wentel says, "It just took off like a kite into the sky". "This guy and I dove onto it and held on", he said. We will update this article as more information becomes available. The carnival began at 1:00 this afternoon.