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Outgoing Secretary of State Rex Tillerson waves as he speaks to employees of the State Department in Washington, Thursday, March 22, 2018, upon his departure. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
Fired Tillerson says farewell to 'a very mean-spirited town'Fired Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is lamenting the 'mean-spirited' nature of Washington as he bids goodbye to the U.S. diplomatic corps
The Associated Press24 minutes ago
Police: Man beaten outside club drives into crowd, killing 1Authorities say a man being beaten by several people outside of a Houston club fled to his car and then drove into the crowd in an apparent act of retaliation, striking at least four people and killing one of them
The Associated Press34 minutes ago
Vermont now only US state to never send a woman to CongressBeaten out by Mississippi, Vermont is now the only state in the nation to have never sent a woman to Congress
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This March 2017 photo provided by the Alabama Department of Corrections shows Alabama death row inmate Walter Leroy Moody Jr., who is scheduled to be executed on April 19, 2018. Moody was condemned for the mail bomb death of U.S. Circuit Judge Robert S. Vance in December 1989, and he was blamed for a wave of bombings that terrorized the Southeast nearly 30 years ago. Officials are preparing for his execution amid a new wave of bombings in Texas. (Alabama Department of Corrections via AP)
Austin bombings revive trauma of Alabama explosion deathThe deadly explosion of a package bomb in Alabama nearly 30 years ago is once again haunting the victim's son as Texas investigates the motives of a serial bomber and the man convicted of the crime in the South is set to be executed
The Associated Press54 minutes ago
In this, Wednesday, March 14, 2018 photo, Rabbi Melissa Stollman of congregation Kol Tikvah, offer help for the Parkland, Fla., march, during a planning meeting with Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students, parents and volunteers in a hotel meeting room in Coral Springs, Fla.  The students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have spearheaded what could become one of the largest marches in history. Organizers say they are expecting perhaps 1 million people in the nation’s capital Saturday, March 24. More than 800 sister marches are planned from California to Japan. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
How the Parkland teens are pulling off a worldwide movementThey can't buy a beer or rent a car and most aren't even old enough to vote, yet the students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have spearheaded what could become one of the largest marches in history
The Associated Press59 minutes ago

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