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Friend Says Accused Killer of 11-Year-Old Girl ‘Literally Had Demons’

The teenager accused of stabbing an 11-year-old borough girl to death this week "literally had demons" and had shown a pattern of lashing out in anger, according to people who knew him and his family. (more…)

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Black Texas Congressman Threatened With Lynching After Calling for Trump’s Impeachment

A black Texas congressman says callers have threatened to lynch him after he announced his intention to pursue impeachment proceedings against President Trump. (more…)

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THAAD Missile System Goes Live in South Korea

An American missile-defense system deployed to counter growing threats from North Korea has gone into operation in South Korea, officials said on Tuesday. (more…)

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DHS Secretary Kelly Says ‘I Don’t Know How to Stop’ Homegrown Terrorists

Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said he doesn’t know how to stop “homegrown terrorists,” despite saying that the homegrown threat is the “most common” threat facing the U.S. (more…)

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Republican Student Groups Threaten to Sue UC Berkeley for Canceling Ann Coulter’s Speech

A group of students at the University of California at Berkeley are preparing to sue the school after the cancellation of conservative pundit Ann Coulter’s speech. Coulter’s visit was originally scheduled for Thursday of last week. (more…)

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Christian-Owned Movie Theater Receives ‘Burn Down’ Threats After It Bans “Beauty and the Beast” Over ‘Gay Moment’

The owner of a drive-in cinema in Alabama, USA has told Premier she's received several threats after she decided to block Disney from showing the new Beauty and the Beast movie on her screen. (more…)

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Latest Wave of Threats, Vandalism, Intimidation Rock Jewish Communities Across U.S.

Desecration of grave sites at cemeteries in Philadelphia and outside St. Louis. Swastikas etched on cars in Miami Beach. Bomb threats forcing evacuation of Jewish community centers. (more…)

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White House Says ‘No’ to Petition Asking for Pardon of Edward Snowden

More than two years later, after more than 160,000 people signed an official White House petition asking that the administration pardon Edward Snowden, the government is finally responding. But the people who signed the petition, which called the former National Security Agency contractor who revealed information about government snooping a

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