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Kilauea Lava Continues March to Ocean – Yahoo News


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Kilauea Lava Continues March to Ocean
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The lava flow from Kilauea Volcano's lower east rift zone mostly flowed into the ocean in two spots on Monday, May 21, but some escaped into new cracks. A crack opened under the east lava channel on Sunday morning, a news report said, and at one point ...
Hawaii volcano eruption driving away millions in tourism dollarsReuters

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Students at Perry Hall schools released after being held for hours following death of Baltimore County officer – Baltimore Sun

Baltimore SunStudents at Perry Hall schools released after being held for hours following death of Baltimore County officerBaltimore SunJust over 1,900 students in Perry Hall area schools were stuck in their schools, unable to leave as Baltimore County...

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Trump-backed prisons bill DOA in the Senate – Politico


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Trump-backed prisons bill DOA in the Senate
Politico
Internal divisions among Senate Republicans will delay consideration of a prison reform bill backed by President Donald Trump that's set to pass the House this week — and potentially prevent the legislation from becoming law this year. Senate Majority ...
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Teen who started massive Oregon wildfire with fireworks must pay $36 million, judge rules – Washington Post


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Teen who started massive Oregon wildfire with fireworks must pay $36 million, judge rules
Washington Post
When a teenager hurled fireworks into a parched canyon near one of Oregon's most scenic hiking trails, sparking a cloud of smoke to rise up toward him and his friends, some in the group reportedly giggled and recorded video, oblivious to the danger.
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‘Too inconvenient’: Trump goes rogue on phone security – Politico


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'Too inconvenient': Trump goes rogue on phone security
Politico
President Donald Trump uses a White House cellphone that isn't equipped with sophisticated security features designed to shield his communications, according to two senior administration officials — a departure from the practice of his predecessors ...
Feehery: An opening to repair our broken immigration systemThe Hill
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Trump has been accused of going easy on authoritarian leaders — here’s why the White House says Venezuela is … – Business Insider


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Trump has been accused of going easy on authoritarian leaders — here's why the White House says Venezuela is ...
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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro at a ceremony marking the opening of the judicial year at the Supreme Court of Justice in Caracas, February 14, 2018. Thomson Reuters. President Donald Trump has been criticized for taking a soft approach to ...
Vox Sentences: Venezuela's Maduro wins again, shocking no oneVox

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Hillary Clinton backs Stacey Abrams in Georgia Democratic governor’s race – CNN


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Hillary Clinton backs Stacey Abrams in Georgia Democratic governor's race
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Washington (CNN) Hillary Clinton has waded into the Georgia governor's race, recording a robocall that urged Democratic voters to back former state House minority leader Stacey Abrams in Tuesday's primary. Clinton endorsed Abrams, a favorite of ...

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Supreme Court Upholds Workplace Arbitration Contracts Barring Class Actions – New York Times


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Supreme Court Upholds Workplace Arbitration Contracts Barring Class Actions
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that companies can use arbitration clauses in employment contracts to prohibit workers from banding together to take legal action over workplace issues. The vote was 5 to 4, with the court's more ...
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