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100 Days And 32 Executive Orders Later How Is President Trump Doing?A potential government shut down has been put on hold for now, and though President Trump avoided one crisis on the eve of his 100 days in office, he's now facing another as North Korea tested another ballistics missile, Friday.
Court Doesn't Buy Inmate's Religious Duty To Deal HeroinA man ordered to spend more than a quarter century in prison on drug charges has failed to have his prosecution overturned, despite his argument that he has a religious duty to sell heroin.
Secret Service Cuts Off Access To Sidewalk Near White House FenceThe changes cover sidewalks, roadways and parkland areas between the fence along the White House South Lawn and E Street NW between West Executive Avenue and East Executive Avenue. They are part of an ongoing review of White House security measures.
Report: Florida Woman Charged 'Cover Fee' Of Drugs To Stay At HomeAn affidavit says victims told investigators Danielle Baggett created an environment "for everyone to get high."
Illegal Logging Of Amazon Rainforest Back On The RiseThe driving force behind the operation, the chief of Peru's forest inspection service, was soon dismissed - on the same day the U.S. ambassador visited him for a pep talk - and forced by death threats to flee to the United States.
Experts: Hostile Attitudes Toward Drug Addicts Only Compounds EpidemicEmergency room physician Dr. Ryan Squier described the attitude encounters regularly when trying to stress to people the scope of the problem: "Not my child, not my area."
Caught On Video, Police Chief Writes Himself A $300 Speeding TicketBurch admits he's not sure he would have issued the ticket if not for the video, and that he had a "reason for being in a hurry." Nonetheless, he admits he must "be held accountable."
Police: Couple Shot Up Teen With Heroin, Forced Her Into ProstitutionAuthorities also say they also coerced her to perform sex acts with men at a Denton hotel and drove her to Delaware to perform a sex act in exchange for money.
Yahoo's Days As Public Company Are Numbered With Revenue ShrinkingDespite the revenue downturn, Yahoo fared better during the first three months of the year than analysts had anticipated - a low bar that was another sign of how far the internet pioneer has fallen during the past decade.
In Custody Battle, Alex Jones Claims Infowars Persona Is Just An ActBut Kelly Jones described her ex-husband as "not a stable person." She said he is threatening toward others, noting homophobic comments he's made about Democratic U.S. Rep. Adam Schiff and a challenge to fight actor Alec Baldwin.
Arkansas Begs U.S. Supreme Court For Help With Flurry Of Executions Before Drug ExpiresThe state scheduled the executions to occur before its supply of midazolam expires at the end of the month, and Arkansas has not found a new supplier of the lethal injection drug.
Punishment Unlikely For Judge Who Called Convicted Rapist A 'Good Man' During SentencingThe chances of Judge Thomas Low being punished appear slim because his remarks don't seem to fit within any of the five forms of judicial misconduct that would trigger reprimands, one expert said.

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