• Fall Out Boy to perform at Pinnacle Bank Arena
Fall Out Boy to perform at Pinnacle Bank Arena

American Express card members can purchase tickets before the general public from 10 a.m. January 22 through 10 p.m. January 25. For complete pre-sale details and ticket information, visit www. After three years without a new record, the group, which is made up by Pete Wentz , Patrick Stump , Joe Trohman, and Andy Hurley, has released MANIA (it...

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  • KATC: Opelousas native, two others killed in Kentucky tugboat explosion
KATC: Opelousas native, two others killed in Kentucky tugboat explosion

Kentucky State Police says that the explosion happened Thursday morning at 9:17 a.m.in Calvert City, Kentucky. KSP Troopers say the tugboat was being worked on at the time. The boat is owned by Smithland Towing. They say the workers on the site of the explosion were from First Marine, Four Rivers Marine Coating, Hutco and Thermal Control.

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  • What President Trump has accomplished in his first year in office
What President Trump has accomplished in his first year in office

Survey Monkey broke out some of the results for The Atlantic , telling the magazine in a report that was published last week that 23 percent of black men and 11 percent of black women approved of Mr. Trump appears to be overweight. Donald Trump has had a rough start [VIDEO ] to 2018 and decided that he needed some self-congratulatory prais...

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  • Schumer Tells Trump: No Deal on DACA If Cotton's Involved
Schumer Tells Trump: No Deal on DACA If Cotton's Involved

In an interview with CNN, Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said he believes a funding deal will be reached within the next 24 hours. In the House, Republicans muscled the measure through on a mostly party-line 230-197 vote after making modest concessions to chamber conservatives and defense hawks.

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  • Experts tell Congress China is best avenue for North Korea intervention
Experts tell Congress China is best avenue for North Korea intervention

This is real, and the lives of millions of Americans and other citizens of the world are literally at stake, and in a war involving North Korea in whatever phase of nuclear weapons development that country is in, the outcome would be uncertain.

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  • Lawmakers to grill state officials about missile alert mistake
Lawmakers to grill state officials about missile alert mistake

But the text explaining the error wasn't sent for 38 minutes, in part because no such text had been pre-scripted. State lawmakers put Hawaii emergency officials, including Governor David Ige, under the spotlight during an informational briefing Friday, held to review the circumstances surrounding the erroneous release of a statewide emergency ale...

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  • Fortune Labels Starbucks 5th Most Admired Company Worldwide
Fortune Labels Starbucks 5th Most Admired Company Worldwide

The nine attributes executives voted on included innovation, people management, use of corporate assets, social responsibility, quality of management, financial soundness, long-term investment, quality of products/services, and global competitiveness.

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  • CHAN: Morocco Overcome Guinea, Book Quarter-Final Ticket
CHAN: Morocco Overcome Guinea, Book Quarter-Final Ticket

The group's other game between Sudan and Mauritania comes up later on Wednesday. Saidouba Bissiri netted what proved a mere consolation for the West African nation. In the 64th minute, El Kaabi made it 2-1 to Morocco before scoring again to claim his hat-trick and put Morocco 3-1 up. Attacking down Guinea's right, Ismail El Haddad sent in...

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  • Snow less than half an inch still in forecast for Tuesday night
Snow less than half an inch still in forecast for Tuesday night

Four inches are possible in some areas, or more in some isolated instances. Regardless of whether or not you have any sleet or snow on the ground, it'll be COLD to start Tuesday. The National Weather Service has updated its report, calling for a Winter Weather advisory for north-central Arkansas, with as much as a inch and a half accumulation pos...

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  • Doctor says Donald Trump in 'excellent' health
Doctor says Donald Trump in 'excellent' health

No matter who the person is, for me it's an honour. I told the president that if he had a healthier diet over the last 20 years he might live to be 200 years old. With Capitol Hill still seething over U.S. President Donald Trump's reported slur of predominantly black nations, lawmakers sought to salvage a bipartisan immigration deal Tuesday, th...

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  • 'O, King' Event To Honor Martin Luther King Jr. Rescheduled For Monday
'O, King' Event To Honor Martin Luther King Jr. Rescheduled For Monday

He doubted officers would have taken the same approach in whiter neighborhoods: "This is a small glimpse into the rationale behind a lot of proactive policing and a lot of racial policies and practices that continue to this day here in St. "Our past experiences shape who we are but never define who we can be, not as a person, as a people or a natio...

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  • National Basketball Association roundup: Cavaliers survive late drama against Magic
National Basketball Association roundup: Cavaliers survive late drama against Magic

We didn't get any breaks down the stretch". Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James (23) dunks in the first quarter against the Los Angeles Lakers at Quicken Loans Arena. Although mediocrity can slide through a relatively weak East, LeBron will need to find another gear in the postseason and hope Thomas' offense shows up if he wants to win h...

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  • US Senate's McConnell urges government funding bill to February 16
US Senate's McConnell urges government funding bill to February 16

But details weren't fully discussed - McCarthy told his conference that the group continued to meet and work on the four areas laid out by President Donald Trump the week prior: DACA, border security, curtailing family-based migration and ending the diversity lottery.

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  • Supreme Court Will Hear Arguments on Travel Ban 3.0
Supreme Court Will Hear Arguments on Travel Ban 3.0

But the has allowed the policy to remain in place even as the challenges proceeded through the lower courts. DACA has protected about 800,000 people who were brought to the US illegally as children or came with families who overstayed visas.

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  • Student rape case dropped as police admit mistakes
Student rape case dropped as police admit mistakes

Yesterday the Crown Prosecution Service asked the judge to record a not guilty verdict after a review of evidence by a "new set of eyes". "It seems to me in a case which is as finely balanced as you say it was, there have been unnecessary delays in investigating.

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  • USA conducts Somali airstrike against al-Shabab, kills four
USA conducts Somali airstrike against al-Shabab, kills four

It said four children and a teacher were killed. The operation came after Human Rights Watch accused al-Shabab of conscripting hundreds of children into its ranks in recent months. Four Al-Shabaab terrorists were killed in a US airstrike in southern Somalia on Thursday, the latest in a series of strikes against the militant group in the Horn of A...

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  • California couple accused of starving, torturing 13 siblings had
California couple accused of starving, torturing 13 siblings had "healthy" dogs

The dogs were seized by authorities who raided the home after a 17-year-old girl escaped and alerted police to the situation inside. Riverside County Sheriff's Capt. He's been talking with the community's superintendent and the state superintendent of schools. Curt Harris said in an sherif'sf department news release.

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  • House Conservatives to Intro Bill That Toughens Iran Deal
House Conservatives to Intro Bill That Toughens Iran Deal

Nazarbayev offered his country as a venue for talks on the North Korean crisis, urged nuclear powers to give Pyongyang security guarantees as a way to get negotiations off the ground. "If the use of chemical weapons in Syria is once again determined, the worldwide community needs to find an appropriate way to identify those responsible and hold t...

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  • Outcry over Trump remarks overshadows efforts to protect undocumented immigrants
Outcry over Trump remarks overshadows efforts to protect undocumented immigrants

Democratic strategists involved in 2018 races acknowledged the complicated politics of immigration but noted that protections for Dreamers are politically popular across the board and said Republicans - who control all levers of government power - would be blamed for a shutdown.

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  • Edin Dzeko's agent confirms there has been no bid from Chelsea
Edin Dzeko's agent confirms there has been no bid from Chelsea

Chelsea , meanwhile, are also discussing Peter Crouch and Fernando Llorente , while Crystal Palace's out-of-form Christian Benteke is another target. "The truth is that Dzeko wants to stay at Roma ". Conte has been heavily linked with West Ham ace Andy Carroll . The clubs have already begun discussions over a potential move for the full-bac...

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  • Pentagon releases plans for possible government shutdown
Pentagon releases plans for possible government shutdown

The deadline for lawmakers to vote is midnight. Democrats have also demanded increased funding for natural disaster recovery. Trump entered the fray early Friday morning, mentioning the House-approved bill on Twitter, adding: "Democrats are needed if it is to pass in the Senate - but they want illegal immigration and weak borders".

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  • Large natural disaster in Mexican waters
Large natural disaster in Mexican waters

The Gulf of California is an extremely volatile area geologically, prone to large earthquakes. He added there was a small aftershock, although neither a change in sea level nor a tsunami risk is expected. About 550 miles to the south of Palm Springs, a 6.3-magnitude natural disaster has struck off the coast of Baja California. There were reports ...

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  • Sen. Menendez Could Be Facing Another Corruption Trial
Sen. Menendez Could Be Facing Another Corruption Trial

The government is seeking the "earliest possible date" for a retrial, according to a court filing. "The decision to retry this case was made based on the facts and the law, following a careful review", the Justice Department said in a statement.

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  • Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis is out, Mayor Catherine Pugh announces
Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis is out, Mayor Catherine Pugh announces

He said he believes DeSousa will be able to mend the department's fraught relationship with the community that has been the primary roadblock in reducing violence. "For too long, our members have been working under extremely hard circumstances, including mandatory 15 hour shifts, and their morale has suffered greatly", Ryan said in a statement.

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  • College of Alabama scholar expelled over racist rant posted on social media
College of Alabama scholar expelled over racist rant posted on social media

The videos, which were recorded and posted to Twitter by another user, went viral and angered people on her campus and across the country. "I love my kid", she told NJ.com. "I did something really, really bad", said Barber, according to the Post. "But I just saved the f-king n--r by shutting that water off", she continues.

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