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At least 11 people killed in Georgia following severe weather 
At least 11 people are dead and 23 people injured after severe weather struck southern Georgia early Sunday, a day after 4 people were killed when a tornado spawned by the same system touched down in Mississippi. Catherine Howden of the Georgia Emergency ...

Reince Priebus Complains About The Press Trying To Delegitimize Donald Trump 
White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus went after the press Sunday for trying to “delegitimize” President Donald Trump, a man who spent years telling the country that Barack Obama was not constitutionally eligible to be president. Priebus was ...

Takeaways from Trump's first days: Change will come fast...ish 
Inaugural weekend brought two enormous and potentially historic events that were essentially in direct opposition to each other. Here are a few top takeaways from the weekend: Demonstrators march past the Washington Monument during the Women's March on ...

'SNL' Version Of Vladimir Putin Tries To Reassure Anxious Americans About President Trump 
Well, it’s official. Donald John Trump is now the president of the United States. And on this week’s “Saturday Night Live,” a shirtless Vladimir Putin had a clear message for the American people: “Relax. I got this.” The satirized version of ...

When horse diapers and freedom of religion collide 
Horse diapers have been thrust into the debate over religious freedom. Two Amish men in Auburn, Ky., filed a lawsuit last month saying a city ordinance requiring horses to wear equine diapers—bags designed to catch manure—violated the ability of Amish ...

Police arrest man for pulling fire alarm at Pittsburgh Steelers' hotel 
Dennis Harrison, 25, of East Boston, has been charged with disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace and pulling a false alarm at the Steelers' airport hotel in Boston. according to a statement from the state police. Police said Harrison pulled an alarm at ...

Crews hold out hope of more hotel survivors days after Italy avalanche 
FARINDOLA, Italy — Rescue crews digging through an Italian hotel buried in an avalanche say there could be additional survivors more than three days after tons of snow came barreling down a mountainside. Rescuers told reporters in the central Apennine ...

See LeBron James Reflect on Barack Obama's Presidency 
With Thursday being Barack Obama's final day in the White House, LeBron James took some time to thank the Obamas for their service. In the video posted on Uninterrupted – a multimedia site created by the Cleveland Cavaliers superstar for athletes ...

Semi trailer spills 38,000 pounds of marbles on Indiana highway 
Jan. 22 (UPI) --Indiana State Police said traffic was slowed but there was still plenty of rolling going on when a truck lost its load of 38,000 pounds of marbles. The state police said the truck was hauling the marbles on Interstate 465 in Indianapolis ...

West African forces move into Gambia to oust a defeated leader who refuses to give up power 
In a landmark move to defend democracy, West African troops Thursday entered the tiny West African nation of Gambia, to oust a president who has refused to cede power after an election defeat. Senegalese troops entered Gambia hours after the incoming ...

Man who shot another during anti-Trump protest clash in Seattle claims self-defense 
A man who fired the shot that left another critically wounded as protesters clashed outside a Milo Yiannopoulos talk on the University of Washington campus was reportedly detained but released after claiming self-defense. The suspected shooter told ...

British cops used a Taser on a black man they thought was a robber. He was their race-relations adviser. 
Judah Adunbi has spent the greater part of a decade trying to improve relations between police in southwestern England and the members of his Afro-Caribbean community. Still, all the advocacy and the meetings with police were ineffective in getting the 63 ...

15 Dead Over 48 Hours as Tornadoes Wreak Havoc in the South 
At least 15 people have died over the last 48 hours due to tornadoes, as a violent system of storms continues to work its way across the Florida Panhandle and parts Georgia and Alabama. At least 11 people died and around two dozen were injured in Georgia ...

Deadly Storms Track Across U.S. South, Triggering Tornados 
(Reuters) - Eleven people were killed in Georgia as severe storms tracked across the state, media outlets reported on Sunday, bringing the death toll from a dangerous weekend weather system to at least 16. Storms sweeping through southwest Georgia ...

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