Vanessa Romo

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'I'm On Edge': Portland Area Braces For Opposing Rallies On Labor Day

Monday, September 07, 2020

"We're out here and we need to be, but I'm tired and I'm on edge," a left-wing demonstrator said on Sunday evening. "I'm also terrified," she added, noting rising tensions between the opposing groups.

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Car Rams Into Black Lives Matter Protesters In New York City's Times Square

Thursday, September 03, 2020

One video of the attack shows a dark sedan plowing into a crowd of people standing in front of the vehicle. The car lurches through an intersection, leaving a chorus of screaming people in its wake.

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Legendary N.Y. Mets Pitcher Tom Seaver Dies At 75

Wednesday, September 02, 2020

Seaver became a household name after helping carry the Mets to their "improbable" 1969 World Series Championship.

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Prosecutors' Plea Deal Required Drug Suspect To Name Breonna Taylor A 'Co-Defendant'

Wednesday, September 02, 2020

Taylor's ex-boyfriend, who now faces drug trafficking charges, was offered a plea deal that named the late 26-year-old EMT as a member of his alleged criminal enterprise. He turned the deal down.

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'Poppycock!': Federal Judge Bars CBP Employees From Screening Asylum-Seekers

Tuesday, September 01, 2020

"The training requirements cited in the government's declaration do not come close to being 'comparable' to the training requirements of full asylum officers," U.S. District Judge Richard Leon writes.

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Trump Nominates Chad Wolf To Be Homeland Security Chief

Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Wolf has headed the department in an acting capacity since November. It is unclear if the GOP-controlled Senate will vote to confirm him.

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'Free At Last,' Says Jerry Falwell Jr. After Resigning As Head Of Liberty University

Tuesday, August 25, 2020

In an interview with NPR's Sarah McCammon, Falwell expresses relief — and maintains that he has "not broken any rules" that apply to staff members at the university.

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Record-Setting Blazes Continue To Rip Through Northern California

Monday, August 24, 2020

At the moment, California is battling roughly 625 concurrent wildfires across the state, including a number of new fires that appeared overnight.

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Storm Watch: Marco Makes Landfall, Laura Predicted To Be Category 2 Hurricane In Gulf

Monday, August 24, 2020

Tropical Storm Laura is expected to make landfall on the Texas-Louisiana border late Wednesday or early Thursday. Forecasts have both storms bringing heavy rain to some of the same areas in Louisiana.

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Fallen Boulder Reveals 313 Million-Year-Old Fossil Footprints At Grand Canyon

Friday, August 21, 2020

The side-by-side tracks of two ancient animals have been called "by far the oldest vertebrate tracks in Grand Canyon."

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Smithsonian National Zoo's Giant Panda Gives Birth

Friday, August 21, 2020

"A precious giant panda cub has arrived!" overjoyed officials announce in a tweet Friday. Mei Xiang is caring for the newborn "attentively."

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Wildfires Rage In California As Fire Crews And Evacuees Grapple With COVID-19 Risks

Friday, August 21, 2020

The possibility of catching or spreading the coronavirus adds a new dimension of risk to the job, both on and off the front lines, and poses new threats to those seeking refuge in temporary shelter.

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1 Dead In California Fire, As Lightning-Strike Fires Push Resources To Limit

Wednesday, August 19, 2020

A pilot was killed after he crashed while battling a blaze in Fresno County. Officials say "a historic lightning siege" has caused more than 367 new fires throughout California.

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California Picks Up Fight Over DACA Restrictions Again

Tuesday, August 18, 2020

State Attorney General Xavier Becerra will challenge new restrictions aimed at limiting Deferred Action for Childhod Arrivals applications while the Trump administration aims to end the program.

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Extreme Heat And Fire Tornadoes Slow Firefighting Efforts In California

Tuesday, August 18, 2020

"We are all experiencing rather extraordinary conditions," Gov. Gavin Newsom says. There are about 15 fires burning in the northern and southern ends of the state.

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Washington Makes NFL History, Hires First Black Team President Jason Wright

Monday, August 17, 2020

"Hopefully, having not grown up in [Washington's] front office allows me to bring some catalytic thinking," Wright said. The former running back takes up his leadership role next week.

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Federal Appeals Court Throws Out California Ban On Large-Capacity Gun Magazines

Friday, August 14, 2020

The court on Friday rules that the state's "near-categorical ban of [the magazines] infringes on the fundamental right to self-defense." The decision is a blow to gun control activists.

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Governor Drops Lawsuit Against Atlanta Mayor Over Masks, But Fight May Not Be Over

Thursday, August 13, 2020

Gov. Brian Kemp suggests he will wait out his existing executive order and address Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms' refusal to lift her mask-wearing requirement when he signs a new one on Aug. 15.

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Airbnb Sues Guest Whose Sacramento Party Drew Gunfire Injuring 3

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

"This marks the first time Airbnb has taken affirmative steps to initiate legal proceedings against a booking guest for throwing an unauthorized party," the company said.

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Multnomah County DA: Most Portland Protesters Won't Face Charges, Deserve To Be Heard

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

The newly elected district attorney, Mike Schmidt, said only those involved in "deliberate property damage, theft or force against another person or threats of force" may face charges.

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