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Owner of Antifa-friendly Portland bar let patrons use ‘illegal weapons’ against conservative activists, state probe says

The owner of a reportedly Antifa-friendly bar in Portland, Ore., knowingly allowed patrons to use “illegal weapons” against conservative activists during a violent clash in May, an investigation by state regulators alleges, according to a report.The report by the Oregon Liquor Control Commssion (OLCC) also says the owner of Cider Riot refused to remove unruly customers from his……

Gunfire at Philadelphia high school football game leaves 2 teens wounded: reports

Two teenagers were shot during a high school football game in Philadelphia on Friday night, according to reports.Hundreds of attendees and players were evacuated and at least one of the victims was taken to a hospital after shots rang out just before 8 p.m. at Marcus Foster Memorial Stadium, Philadelphia’s FOX 29 reported.The victims were 15 and 14 years old, police……

School cancels football game days after cheerleaders are punished for pro-Trump banner

A North Carolina school district nixed a Friday night high school football game because of security concerns, days after cheerleaders there were placed on probation for unveiling a pro-Trump banner.Stanly County Schools said it canceled the North Stanly High game because it had received “additional information that could compromise safety measures our schools have in place for sporting events.”The district……

13 Marines charged in human smuggling case

Thirteen Marines have been formally charged with playing a role in the smuggling of undocumented immigrants into the U.S., the Marine Corps announced Friday.In addition to the smuggling charges, the Marines will face military court proceedings for charges including failure to obey an order, drunkenness, endangerment, larceny and perjury, according to a statement from the 1st Marine……

Court denies Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Houten’s bid for release

Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Houten’s latest bid for freedom was denied by a California appeals court Friday.Van Houten, 70, has been recommended for parole three times after serving more than four decades for her role in a pair of gruesome murders. Her release was blocked twice by former Gov. Jerry Brown, while the third was blocked by Gov. Gavin Newsom……

‘Almost impossible mission’: The 8,000-mile non-stop flight to save a US soldier’s life

The Taliban have stepped up attacks across Afghanistan after President Trump scrapped high-level peace talks between Afghan and Taliban leaders at Camp David earlier this month.This week alone, three major suicide attacks killed dozens of people, including 26 at a campaign rally for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani. The Taliban claimed responsibility for all the attacks. In all, 17 U.S. troops have……

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Billionaire keeps promise to wipe out student loan debt for 2019 Morehouse graduates

Robert Smith, the private equity billionaire and philanthropist who shocked Morehouse College students at their May graduation when he pledged to pay off their student loans, has followed through on his promise.The Atlanta-based historically black college announced on Friday that Smith had donated $34 million to the Morehouse College Student Success Program to pay off the loans and set up a……

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Louisiana police officer killed, another wounded, and 2 suspects are held

A Louisiana police officer was killed Friday and another was wounded following a vehicle chase in a New Orleans-area suburb, authorities said.Witnesses said the chase began after a traffic stop near State Routes 22 and 190 near Mandeville.A suspect got out of the vehicle and allegedly shot at a Mandeville police officer, who died. Another officer arrived……

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4 dead in Texas after Tropical Storm Imelda brings catastrophic flooding

At least four people have died in Texas after Tropical Storm Imelda brought catastrophic flooding to the region on Tuesday, and hundreds of residents remain displaced from their homes. Terry Spencer carries his daughter, Trinity, through high water on 59th Street near Stewart Road in Galveston, Texas. (Jennifer Reynolds/The Galveston County Daily News via AP)……

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Coast Guard seizes more than 12,000 pounds of cocaine

The Coast Guard Cutter Seneca crew offloaded more than 12,000 pounds of cocaine in Miami on Friday.The drugs were confiscated in more than a dozen interdictions of suspected drug-smuggling vessels in the Eastern Pacific off the coasts of Mexico, Central America and South America, the Coast Guard said.The cutter Seneca seized about 2,800 pounds of cocaine. Coast……

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