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Communities struggle to cope after killings that authorities have linked to illegal immigrants

Bambi Larson, 59, was violently killed in her San Jose, Calif., home earlier this year. Sheriff’s Deputy Ryan Thompson, 42, died this week in a shootout. Both deaths were attributed to suspects reported to be illegal immigrants. Emotions ran high at a San Jose, Calif. community meeting this week where residents …

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Tudor-style home was designed, constructed, staged and marketed by women

“I’m a mother of five,” builder Michele Dombo said. “I get the way people function. … I build a lot like if I were to live in it.” (HomeVisit) Kathy Orton Reporter and editor covering the Washington metropolitan area housing market March 22 at 5:30 AM Michele Dombo is a …

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Trump defends criticism of McCain, addresses support of Israel’s sovereignty in Fox Business exclusive

Welcome to Fox News First. Not signed up yet? Click here. Developing now, Friday, March 22, 2019 FOX BUSINESS EXCLUSIVE: TRUMP DEFENDS MCCAIN CRITICISM, ADDRESSES ISRAEL’S SOVEREIGNTY – President Trump, in an exclusive interview with Maria Bartiromo for “Mornings with Maria,” defended his recent criticism of the late Sen. John McCain, …

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Deutsche Bank top management gets bonuses for first time in four years

Deutsche Bank’s management board members were handed their first bonuses in four years, according to the bank’s annual report published on Friday. The management board received total pay, including bonuses, of 55.7 million euros ($63.39 million) in 2018, up from 29.8 million euros a year earlier, Deutsche Bank’s annual report …

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US forces say 2 American soldiers killed in Afghanistan

KABUL, Afghanistan – Two American service members were killed during an operation in Afghanistan on Friday, the U.S. and NATO forces said, providing no other details on the combat deaths. The fatalities, which bring to four the number of U.S. soldiers killed so far this year in Afghanistan, underscore the …

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Teachers’ association says active shooter drill caused injuries

Indiana teachers who took part in an active shooter drill were told to crouch down and then shot execution-style with projectiles, causing injuries, the Indiana State Teachers’ Association said Wednesday. Gail Zeheralis, the Indiana State Teachers Association’s Director of Government Relations, told a state Senate committee that the teachers were …

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Two US service members reported killed in Afghanistan

FILE – In this Nov. 30, 2017 file photo, American soldiers wait on the tarmac in Logar province, Afghanistan. Two members were killed Friday during an operation in the country. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul, File) Two U.S. service members were killed during an operation in Afghanistan on Friday, according to a …

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Transit agency’s reliance on doughnut shop to open station has commuters railing

A state-operated rail agency revealed Thursday that a Dunkin’ Donuts was in charge of opening the doors to one of its stations. (iStock) Customers of a state-operated transit agency were railing Thursday when the agency admitted it relies on Dunkin’ Donuts employees to unlock the entrance to one of its train …

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China’s slowdown is ‘self-inflicted,’ not caused by Trump’s tariffs: Leading economist

U.S. President Donald Trump may like to think that his tariffs are hurting the Chinese economy, but one leading economist said the slowdown in China is actually mostly “self-inflicted.” “There’s downward pressure on the Chinese economy. A lot of it is self-inflicted due to the so-called deleveraging campaign and the …

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Hotel apologizes for sign refusing service to military members

The manager of a Doubletree by Hilton in Colorado said two employees had been fired after a customer posted a photo from the hoel that said  “No longer serving military personnel and their guest(s)” during a “post deployment ceremony” for military members. The hotel’s general manager Daniel Kammerer issued an apology …

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California man catches alleged gun, valuables theft on security video

A California man who claimed two men allegedly robbed “priceless items” from his home seemingly caught it all on surveillance footage. MISSOURI MEN ALLEGEDLY TRIED STEALING AL CAPONE STATUE Kevin Valone, who lives in Elk Grove, said that he left his house around 9 a.m. on Tuesday, and when he returned an …

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Tennessee woman among 2 charged in murder of her husband, authorities say

Tennessee authorities announced charges on Thursday against two people following the death of one suspect’s husband. (Tennessee Bureau of Investigation) Tennessee authorities announced charges on Thursday against two people following the death of one suspect’s husband. The arrests followed the death of Jeffery Steven White, whose body was located outside his …

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As Brexit remains in limbo, Yale’s Stephen Roach says the ‘imperfect’ EU may not survive

As U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May presses on to take Britain out of the European Union, one leading economist raised questions about the viability of the single political and economic bloc. “You have to wonder about the future of the European Union itself … this is an imperfect union and …

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Chris Christie praises Gov. Larry Hogan, but says a GOP primary run against Trump is impractical

March 21 at 9:53 PM ANNAPOLIS – Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says his friend, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, has a “very bright” future in national politics but is not joining the effort from some centrist Republicans to try to draft Hogan to challenge President Trump in a 2020 …

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Driver of truck involved in GOP train crash likely caused collision, NTSB says

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) reportedly determined that the garbage truck driver involved in an accident last year with a train carrying GOP members was the likely cause of the crash. The agency’s concluding report, released Thursday, listed a few of what they said were likely contributing factors to …

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Hikers call 911 after capturing video of paraglider falling toward ground

JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. – A paraglider fell from the sky near Golden Wednesday afternoon. The 45-year-old paragliding pilot survived the crash but was injured. Kent Kovack, who witnessed the terrifying moments, talked with FOX31 Wednesday evening. Kovack, his wife and daughter were hiking the Hogback when they saw the man fall near …

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Georgia man convicted of concealing death of teacher, ex-beauty queen

Bo Dukes was arrested in February 2017. (Ben Hill County Sheriff’s Office/WMAZ via AP, File) A Georgia jury on Thursday convicted a man accused of helping to conceal the 2005 murder of a high school teacher and onetime beauty queen and lying to law enforcement about her death. Bo Dukes, 34, was …

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Washington state deputy was killed by illegal immigrant, ICE says

Kittitas County Sheriff’s Deputy Ryan Thompson was shot and killed Tuesday night. (Kittitas County Sheriff’s Office via AP) A road rage suspect who investigators say shot and killed a Washington state sheriff’s deputy and wounded a police officer earlier this week was in the U.S. illegally, federal authorities said Thursday. …

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New York City man, 19, allegedly steals cab to drive to Six Flags, falls asleep and gets arrested: report

Jonathan Gualpa, 19, allegedly stole a taxi from New York City and drove it to New Jersey to try to visit Six Flags Great Adventure, police said.  (Rochelle Park Police Department) A New York City man allegedly stole a cab and tried to drive it to an amusement park, only to …

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Shares in Asia mixed as investors grapple with dovish Fed

Stocks in Asia traded mixed on Friday morning as investors grappled with the consequences of a recent change in interest rate outlook at the U.S. Federal Reserve. The mainland Chinese markets declined in early trade, with the Shanghai composite declining more than 0.1 percent and the Shenzhen component slipping slightly. …

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Man’s ‘badly decomposed’ body found inside closet in Texas, police say

A grisly discovery — a man’s body in a closet — was made in Texas on Thursday, authorities said. (Google Street View) A grisly discovery was made in Texas on Thursday when a man’s body was found inside a closet, authorities said. Officers with the San Antonio Police Department arrived …

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The Latest: Jurors find man guilty in teacher’s death

FILE – This file photo provided by the Ben Hill County Sheriff’s Office, Ga., shows Bo Dukes on Friday, March 3, 2017. Dukes is standing trial on charges that he helped conceal the death of Tara Grinstead, a high school teacher who disappeared more than 13 years ago. Grinstead vanished …

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Jury convicts Georgia man for role in teacher’s 2005 slaying

FILE – This file photo provided by the Ben Hill County Sheriff’s Office, Ga., shows Bo Dukes on Friday, March 3, 2017. Dukes is standing trial on charges that he helped conceal the death of Tara Grinstead, a high school teacher who disappeared more than 13 years ago. Grinstead vanished …

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Spring floods could impact 200 million Americans

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Cesar Sayoc pleads guilty to sending pipe bombs to Trump critics

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35 years in prison: Man exonerated in rape case and freed

BATON ROUGE, La. – A man convicted of a 1982 rape in Louisiana’s capital city walked free Thursday after 35 years in prison, following his exoneration using an updated fingerprint database. The Innocence Project, which works to free wrongly convicted defendants, said Archie Williams was freed after his conviction was …

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Jury finds man guilty of dismembering father, not murder

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – A Florida man has been acquitted of killing his father but convicted of dismembering the body. The Palm Beach Post reports that jurors found 50-year-old James “Jimmy” Scandirito II guilty Thursday of abuse of a corpse and not guilty of first-degree murder. Sentencing is scheduled …

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Top Marine warns border deployment may impact “combat readiness”

The top Marine general issued a warning Thursday saying combat readiness has been hurt, in part by troop deployment at the southern border, as well as two recent hurricanes. The memo from Marine Corps Commandant Gen. Robert Neller lists nine factors posing “unacceptable risk to Marine Corps combat readiness and …