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  • U.S. top court spurns Louisiana, Kansas on Planned Parenthood cuts
    U.S. top court spurns Louisiana, Kansas on Planned Parenthood cutsThe justices left intact lower court rulings that prevented the two states from stripping government healthcare funding from local Planned Parenthood affiliates...
  • Accused Russian agent Butina poised to plead guilty-court filing
    Accused Russian agent Butina poised to plead guilty-court filingAccused Russian agent Maria Butina appeared poised this week to plead guilty in the case, after her lawyers and prosecutors filed a joint motion asking a federal judge on Monday to schedule a change of plea hearing this week...
  • Five children dead in Ohio house fire: local media
    Five children dead in Ohio house fire: local mediaThe local fire department arrived at the scene in Youngstown, about 75 miles southeast of Cleveland, shortly before midnight and found flames had engulfed the front of the house, according to NBC-affiliate WFMJ TV...
  • Snow storm kills one, thousands without power in U.S. southeast
    Snow storm kills one, thousands without power in U.S. southeastThe storm headed out to sea but the region will stay cold this week, the U.S. National Weather Service said. Motorists in northern Georgia, the Carolinas and Virginia can expect snow and ice to taper off on Monday, NWS meteorologist Bob Oravec said. "It's fairly light and some of it is actually mixing with rain in North Carolina, so it won't be as bad as it was in the last 24 hours," Oravec said.
  • Winter storm kills one, knocks out power to 310,000 in U.S. Southeast
    Winter storm kills one, knocks out power to 310,000 in U.S. SoutheastA powerful winter storm that struck the U.S. Southeast over the weekend killed at least one motorist, left more than 310,000 customers without power and forced the cancellation of hundreds of flights on Sunday. A winter storm warning remained in effect for most of North Carolina, Virginia and southern West Virginia as at least an additional 2 inches (5 cm) of snow and sleet were expected to fall overnight and into Monday after more than a foot (30 cm) of snow fell over the weekend. Authorities reported hundreds of spinouts and collisions across the region as snow, sleet and freezing rain covered roadways across the region on Sunday.
  • Winter storm knocks out power to 380,000 in U.S. Southeast
    Winter storm knocks out power to 380,000 in U.S. SoutheastAuthorities urged residents to stay off the roads as snow, sleet, and freezing rain were expected to continue through Sunday night and into Monday morning, the National Weather Service said...
  • Storm hits Carolinas and officials warn of potential widespread power outages
    Storm hits Carolinas and officials warn of potential widespread power outagesThe snowfall began on Saturday evening and was expected to last until early Monday in some areas, with up to 18 inches (46 cm) forecast for North Carolina's Mount Mitchell, the National Weather Service said...
  • Storm to lash Carolinas with icy roads, power outages
    Storm to lash Carolinas with icy roads, power outagesNorth Carolina Governor Roy Cooper, who declared a state of emergency on Friday, told residents to finish stockpiling food and avoid unnecessary travel...
  • U.S. appeals court will not restore Trump asylum order
    U.S. appeals court will not restore Trump asylum orderA U.S. appeals court handed President Donald Trump a defeat on Friday when it refused to allow his order barring asylum for immigrants who enter the country illegally to take effect, while a court challenge proceeds. Trump cited an overwhelmed immigration system for his recent proclamation that officials will only process asylum claims for migrants who present themselves at an official entry point. Civil rights groups sued, arguing that Trump's Nov. 9 order violated administrative and immigration law.
  • U.S. Jesuits release names of clergy accused of sexual abuse
    U.S. Jesuits release names of clergy accused of sexual abuseTwo U.S. chapters of the Roman Catholic Church’s Jesuit order of clergyman on Friday released a list of 153 names of its clerics who have faced credible accusations of sexual misconduct spanning almost half the country. The disclosures come from Jesuits on the West Coast and in the central United States and identify offenders dating back to the 1950s. The Rev. Scott Santarosa, the head of the western Jesuit province apologized to the victims in a written statement accompanying the release.
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