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Ford “always had the dream” of flying.
Although the DOJ did not find enough evidence to charge Wilson with a crime, the department did release a damning report that indicated the Ferguson Police Department and courts fostered a culture of racial hostility, repeatedly violating the constitutional and civil rights of the city’s black residents.
PETA has submitted 124 legal complaints to Ringling Bros. since 1993, and claims that 12 of Ringling’s elephants have died or been euthanized since 2005.
Prior to his offensive remarks, Carson launched an exploratory committee to evaluate if he’s fit to run for president in 2016.
In the case, the plaintiffs are arguing that the law only provides subsidies for insurance purchased on online health exchanges set up by states, rather than the federal government.
“I deeply regret that some perceive my being here as political. That was never my intention,” Netanyahu told Congress.
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One has died from their underlying condition; 71 other patients who had similar procedures are being tested for the bug “out of an abundance of caution.”