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2015/05/04 16:21
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PATERSON – Kennedy High senior Nadya Mellouk plans to major in biology at Seton Hall next year, but she has a passion for art. “However, I wish there were more opportunities for art at my school,”...
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2015/05/04 15:51
2015/05/04 15:51
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OSHA News ReleaseRecord numbers of construction workers expected to get prevention message in 2015 National Fall Safety Stand-Down OSHA partners with thousands of businesses to save lives by...
2015/05/03 10:05
2015/05/03 10:05
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The United States Capitol Police are under scrutiny again after reports surfaced Friday that officers have left their guns unattended at the Capitol Complex at least three times this year. "The...
2015/05/02 11:46
2015/05/02 11:46
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Reports surfaced Friday that the United States Capitol Police officers had left their gun unattended at the Capitol Complex at least three times this year. "The recent reports of unattended firearms...
2015/05/01 20:58
2015/05/01 20:58
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MADISON COUNTY, Va (WVIR) - A Madison County High School student is the 2015 Congressional Art Competition winner for Virginia's 5th District. Yiyi Wei, a senior at St. Anne's Belfield School, won...
2015/05/01 20:51
2015/05/01 20:51
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Capitol Police Investigating Gun Report Leak On Jan. 29, this gun was left in a bathroom stall inside the Senate office portion of the Capitol Visitor Center. (Photo obtained by CQ Roll Call) After...
2015/05/01 01:19
2015/05/01 01:19
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WASHINGTON, DC- APRIL 30: U.S. senator , Bernie Sanders, an independent from Vermont expressed his concerns that wealthy people can buy elections outside the United States Capitol in Washington, DC on...
2015/04/30 18:51
2015/04/30 18:51
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Members Urge Capitol Police to Allow Sledding (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call File Photo) Through an amendment to a spending bill, lawmakers are urging the Capitol Police to allow D.C. residents to sled...
2015/04/29 14:14
2015/04/29 14:14
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A federal judge has found Michael Hoyt competent to stand trial for planning to kill House Speaker John Boehner. Hoyt was in court before Judge Timothy Black this morning. He is charged with...
2015/04/27 16:52
2015/04/27 16:52
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West side view of the United States Capitol building. WASHINGTON (AP) - House and Senate GOP negotiators are sealing agreement on a budget blueprint that would enable Republicans to more easily...
2015/04/27 15:09
2015/04/27 15:09
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The Obama Administration's drone war came under unusual scrutiny last week after the White House revealed that a strike earlier this year killed two innocent Westerners. Warren Weinstein, an...
2015/04/23 12:27
2015/04/23 12:27
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They will come in, low and slow.... Straight down the Potomac River, bank left at the Lincoln Memorial -- and then straight down the National Mall toward the U.S. Capitol. No, this isn't eccentric,...
2015/04/20 22:51
2015/04/20 22:51
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Kim Dine Will Stay On as Capitol Police Chief The Capitol Police Board signaled it will continue to work with Chief Kim C. Dine, despite his resignation. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo) It...
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2015/04/19 23:27
2015/04/19 23:27
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Rep. Jason Chaffetz, chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, said Sunday that Secret Service officials will talk to panel members this week about the gyrocopter that...
2015/04/19 12:38
2015/04/19 12:38
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Doug Hughes told reporters outside his home in Ruskin, Florida, early Sunday that his flight from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, to Washington, D.C., went mostly as planned. He called landing on the...
2015/04/18 21:14
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Prominent Evangelist Billy Graham meets with President Barack Obama. Graham biographer Hanspeter Nuesch explained that even though he rubbed shoulders with famous people, Graham did not stress fame -...
2015/04/17 01:27
2015/04/17 01:27
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The 61-year-old Florida postal worker who landed a gyrocopter on the grounds of the US Capitol on Wednesday -- claiming he was delivering protest letters to Congress -- was charged Thursday in federal...
2015/04/16 22:28
2015/04/16 22:28
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The Florida man who landed a gyrocopter on the lawn of the US Capitol on 15 April was charged by a federal court and allowed to return to his home state. Magistrate Judge Deborah A Robinson allowed...
2015/04/16 10:38
2015/04/16 10:38
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Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning. Elijah Cook was born profoundly deaf in his left ear and able to hear only 75 decibels on the right side, according to a...
2015/04/15 23:53
2015/04/15 23:53
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Capitol Police Chief’s Leadership Questioned The State of the Union car chase has put Dine’s leadership of the Capitol Police under scrutiny. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo) The State of the...
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