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  • Donald Trump’s childhood home sells again for a massive profit

    NEW YORK — A house where Donald Trump once lived in as a child has been generating quite a bit of interest — and value — lately. The New York property, which was the first home of the 45th president of the United States, was set to be auctioned off last year. It ultimately sold in December to real estate investor Michael Davis, who purchased the 2,500-square-foot home for $1,390,500. Davis flipped the property to an unnamed bidder on March […]

  • New gene changes linked to greater risk of brain and ovarian cancer

    Genetic changes and variants linked to the development of brain and ovarian cancers have been discovered in two new studies. This significant development offers researchers the chance to understand more about how these cancers develop and how they may one day be treated, or even prevented. The two studies, published Tuesday, scanned the genomes of tens of thousand of individuals with and without these forms of cancer and revealed 13 new gene mutations linked to increased risk of glioma — […]

  • Uber’s self-driving cars are back on the road after an accident

    SAN FRANCISCO– Uber’s self-driving cars are back on the road, following a weekend crash in Tempe, Ariz. that grounded test cars in Pittsburgh and Arizona. Tempe police confirmed to CNNTech the self-driving Uber vehicle involved in the rollover accident Friday night was not at fault, and there were no life-threatening injuries. The self-driving car tests resumed in both cities Monday, after a temporary halt to investigate the accident. In addition, Uber’s self-driving car testing resumed in San Francisco, the company […]

  • 1,000+ tips lead nowhere in Tennessee teacher manhunt

    The search for teenager Elizabeth Thomas and the high school teacher police believe kidnapped her two weeks ago has generated more than 1,000 leads, most of them fruitless, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said Monday. Though some of the tips remain under investigation, authorities have not been able to confirm anyone actually saw the girl or her alleged abductor, spokesman Josh DeVine said. “We have 904 closed leads, 154 open, and no confirmed sightings,” he said in an email. Police […]

  • Vice President Biden Holds Roundtable On Gun Control In Philadelphia

    U.S. Sen. Bob Casey among Democrats to filibuster Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch

    Republicans are considering their next step now that the confirmation hearings of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch are over and Democrats are planning to filibuster the nomination. The Senate Judiciary Committee met Monday to consider Gorsuch’s nomination, but as expected, Democrats requested that the nomination be held for one week, so the committee is expected to vote Monday, April 3. Republicans, who number 52 in the Senate, need eight Democrats to join them in order to end the expected filibuster. […]

  • Pennsylvania Congressman applauds White House for cutting off certain federal grants to ‘sanctuary cities’

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions outlined Monday how the Trump administration will use federal funds to crack down on “sanctuary cities” and states that choose not to comply with federal immigration laws, as it has threatened to do since January. The comments came after the Trump administration has made a concerted effort to pressure the so-called “sanctuary” jurisdictions as part of its aggressive push to enforce immigration laws. The term refers to jurisdictions like major cities including Los Angeles, Chicago and […]

  • ‘Forrest Gump’ inspires Liverpool man to run across U.S.

    Nashville, Tennessee (WSMV) — A man from Liverpool, England, wanted to see all of the United States. He decided the best way to do that would be to run across the country. Rob Pope said the movie Forrest Gump inspired him to just get out and run. “I just like running,” Pope laughed. For seven months now, Pope has been running America’s byways with a bicycle full of necessities. Friday morning he was on Highway 70 near McEwen, heading east. […]

  • NFL approves Raiders’ move to Las Vegas

    The NFL is coming to Las Vegas. NFL owners voted Monday to approve the Raiders’ move out of Oakland. In an awkward twist, the team will stay at the Oakland Coliseum for the 2017 and 2018 seasons. Owner Mark Davis acknowledged fans would be disappointed and even angry, and he offered refunds to season-ticket holders. The Las Vegas Raiders will open a $1.9 billion stadium in the Nevada desert in 2020. Where they will play in 2019 is unclear. Davis, […]

  • Trump tries to make good on promises to roll back Obama-era regulations

    President Donald Trump, looking to make good on his campaign promise to roll back federal regulations, will sign four measures Monday that halt rules enacted during the final days of Barack Obama’s presidency. With the stroke of his pen, Trump will stop government contractors from having to report labor law violations, scale back federal control on lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management and void rules that looked to set federal standards for teacher training. Trump campaigned on ending […]