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U.S. Drive-thru rescue: Fast-food worker jumps to aid of officer
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She ordered and paid but when Viloria went to give her her food, he noticed something was wrong. "I've got to do something because she's going to crash", he said. A paramedic inside of the McDonald's became aware of the situation and joined Viloria in helping the victim. The man told the police and the reporters that by the time the female police officer reached his drive-thru window she had trouble breathing.

U.S. House Intel Committee: Still No Evidence of Trump Tower Wiretap
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Nunes' and Schiff's comments come after White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer told reporters on Tuesday that Trump believes that his wiretapping claims will be supported by evidence. The justice Department sent out their response later on Monday. FBI Director James Comey is preparing to testify at a further hearing, but since Comey already asked the Justice Department to publicly reject Trump's accusations, there's no mystery on what stance he shall take.

U.S. Video of police takedown draws cries of excessive force
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Some witnesses said they were outraged by what they saw. The officer then rushes over and forcibly shoves the man, who appears to be unarmed, to the ground. "When we're down on the ground, we want to get the person in custody as quickly as we can and we use personal weapons". Former Oakland Police Chief Howard Jordan said the officer's initial contact was appropriate but is concerned that he continued using that same force on the suspect after another backup officer rushed to the scene.

U.S. Jogger attacked in public bathroom recounts what saved her life
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Herron recalled that at one point in the agonizing ordeal, she was able to escape from her attacker into a bathroom stall, but was only able to keep him at bay momentarily. She was able to hold Steiner until officers arrived. "But then I got another surge of adrenaline, and I reached for the door and was able to get out".

U.S. IN victor of $435M Powerball jackpot stays anonymous
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Scant details have emerged about the identity of the victor as he chose to remain anonymous. He chose to take his winnings in a lump-sum cash option of $263.5 million, making his final total $189.1 million after taxes. The representative said the victor is very family-oriented and close with his siblings and parents. "This is a dream come true for the victor, and he wishes to thank the Hoosier Lottery and Powerball".

U.S. Amber Alert Issued For 10-Month-Old Ohio Boy Taken By Father
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It was learned that the victim's 10-month-old child, Winston Ramey, was missing from the residence. Christopher Ramey is described by police as a white male, 6 feet tall, 150 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. Ramey is believed to be driving a black 2006 Chrysler Town and Country with OH license plate #FRX4034. Authorities don't know the direction of travel or the vehicle the pair may be traveling in.

U.S. Suspect identified in Navajo tribal officer's shooting death
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Tribal President Russell Begaye says he went to a New Mexico hospital to be with the family of Officer Houston James Largo, who died hours after he was wounded Sunday while responding to a domestic violence call. A former prosecutor, Martinez said Sunday she's confident the person responsible for killing Largo will face the "full measure of justice". Authorities say a suspect is in custody, but no other details have been released.

U.S. Tom Cotton: 'This Bill Won't Pass Senate'
Author: 0 Tom Cotton: 'This Bill Won't Pass Senate'

Critics say it's discriminatory. Pushed by Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick , the measure won a preliminary Senate vote 21-10. President Donald Trump has since rescinded that order, but Republicans insist the measure is still needed. But Republicans are undeterred. "I believe their threats are real". Farrar said she was warned before debate that a group of about 50 Republican men were "going to give you a hard time, they're going to ride you".

U.S. Cold Days, Freezing Nights for the Southeast
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Additionally, a lake wind advisory is in effect from 8 p.m. this evening to 11 a.m. Wednesday. He expects rain to enter the area later in the week, with temperatures rising into the 60s this weekend. LONGER RANGE HIGHLIGHTS: Freezing-cold temperatures - with readings from the mid 20s to, at best, lower 30s - are likely early Thursday and Friday.

U.S. Marine leaders promise to end online nude photo scandal
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The Center for Investigative Reporting , which first reported the investigation, found that since January 30, more than two-dozen women had been identified by their rank, full name and military duty station on Marines United. Gen. Robert Neller, the Marine Corps commandant, asked the women enlisted in the Marines to "trust the leadership to correct this problem" and vowed to hold those involved accountable.

U.S. Mother who allegedly abandoned child at Riverside Food 4 Less identified
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Detectives said the woman is believed to be in her 20s or 30s. On Monday, Riverside police released footage taken Sunday evening that shows an adult woman enter a Food 4 Less in Riverside with her 2-year-old daughter. The woman left the store after paying for the groceries. The girl, who identified her mother in the video, was placed with Child Protective Services while police continue their search for the woman.

U.S. School of Nursing ranked first in the nation
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In the engineering specialty rankings, Baylor's graduate electrical engineering program was ranked at No. 124, while the graduate program in mechanical engineering also was included in the latest rankings but without a numerical rank.

U.S. NY State of Emergency starts at midnight
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At 12 a.m. Tuesday, a State of Emergency across all of New York's 62 counties will go into effect, Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Office said Monday. All non-essential workers can stay home on Tuesday, with the exception of the North Country. Cuomo acknowledged that forecasts can change, but said the models have been "fairly consistent for a period of time". March blizzards are not unheard of, there were major snowstorms in March of 1888, and 1993 among other years, but it's unusual for so much snow ...

U.S. CAS slaps life ban on Russian doping 'mastermind'
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On November 9, 2015, WADA held a press-conference in Geneva where independent commission of the organization accused Russian Federation of numerous anti-doping rules violations. Doping investigator Richard McLaren says criticism of his report into Russian doping is "nitpicking". In 2015, a World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) commission recommended that Dr.

U.S. Pennsylvania prepares for winter storm
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The briefing will streamed live here. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning from 8 p.m. Monday to 10 p.m. Tuesday from Philadelphia to the Pocono Mountains in northeastern Pennsylvania. These restrictions will be in place on Interstates 70, 76, 78, 80, 81, 83, 84, 95, 283, 176, 180, 476, 380 and all expressways not on the interstate system.

U.S. NCAA bracket 2017: Gonzaga Bulldogs earn the 1 seed in the west
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The game will be broadcast on TBS. They have a tough road to the Final Four as the number one seed in that region is UConn who has won 107 straight games. With Selection Sunday upon us, Gonzaga and its fans will soon learn where the Bulldogs are headed for the 2017 NCAA Tournament. For most of the season, the common narrative that this is the best team Mark Few has ever coached has been peddled about.

U.S. Snow Emergency To Be Declared In Philadelphia At 9 PM Monday
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Monday through midnight Friday. Motorists are required to move their vehicles from the road to allow plows to pass. Check back for information on snow routes, snow removal and other city services that might be affected by the weather. Materials normally picked up on Tuesday will be collected on Wednesday. The Streets Department is mobilizing more than 400 pieces of equipment, with support from Parks & Recreation, Public Property, Water Department, L & I and CLIP.

U.S. Woman allegedly kidnapped by her estranged husband found
Author: 0 Woman allegedly kidnapped by her estranged husband found

A witness reported seeing a female at about 9:05 p.m. being forced into the back of her vehicle by a man outside of the Walgreen's on Fishhawk Crossing Boulevard in Lithia. Married in Pennsylvania in 2001, they are separated and both have injunctions against the other. They are now separated. They are now separated, and Alisa went to Trevor's home to talk about their marriage, according to deputies.