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Amos Price, 30, was sentenced to 18 weeks in jail after he was caught on surveillance footage setting a dog loose on a cat in Walsall, England.
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In-store and online deals on home, decor, appliances, tools and more at Lowe's until December 4, 2019.
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Nearly a dozen states have passed legislation restricting access to abortion so far in 2019.

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"Chad Wolf was at Nielsen's side, as the Trump administration tore thousands of families apart and threw children in cages," said Jess Morales Rocketto, the chair of immigration advocacy group Families Belong Together.
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Amos Price, 30, was sentenced to 18 weeks in jail after he was caught on surveillance footage setting a dog loose on a cat in Walsall, England.
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While attending the Country Music Association Awards on Wednesday, Pink dubbed 2020 the "year of the family" and said she'd be taking a break from music at the end of 2019.
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The new Frosty flavor will be available for a limited time only and the giveaway will run through early January.
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"Then when I heard they're both sincere and talk to each other again, I'm thinking like, '[Why] should I continue this family feud?'"
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The findings were made at Saqqara—a site that once served as the necropolis for the Ancient Egyptian capital of Memphis.
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In-store and online deals on home, decor, appliances, tools and more at Lowe's until December 4, 2019.
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An incident where police in Australia opened fire on a couple that was having sex at a Melbourne nightclub has resulted in the victims being paid over $3 million AUD.
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The Boeing 737-500 from the now defunct Tatarstan Airways crashed in 2013 as it tried to land at an airport in Kazan, Russia.
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European Court of Human Rights said 9-year-old was subjected to "ill-treatment" by Russian police, who allowed her to see her father being kicked.
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"Because he was giving away—he was compromising the sovereignty of our elections for personal benefit," Meacham said.
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Two officers who arrived at the scene around the same time quickly spotted the female victim on the ground being mauled.
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Saugus High School is home to about 2,400 students and is located in the heart of the Santa Clarity Valley, near Interstate 5.
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The poll also found that nearly six in 10 Pennsylvania voters don't think Trump should be re-elected to another four years in the White House.
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"Don't complain that the evidence isn't direct enough when you are blocking what would obviously be more direct evidence," Congressman Mike Quigley said.
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The team worked with 513 pairs of men living in Belgium and the Netherlands who shared a common paternal ancestor.
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Researchers found 54 percent of anti-vaccine ads were posted by the World Mercury Project and Stop Mandatory Vaccination. There were "significantly" higher numbers of buyers for pro-vaccine ads
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Conway criticized Blitzer for bringing up her marriage and telling his viewers he knew there were "issues."
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Nearly a dozen states have passed legislation restricting access to abortion so far in 2019.
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In a Fox & Friends appearance, Judge Andrew Napolitano told hosts that "the law is not on the president's side."
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