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Judge barred for post of noose with 'Make America Great Again'

“If we want to make America great again we will have to make evil people fear punishment again,” the caption said.

Three hunters injured in two grizzly bear attacks in Montana

The three hunters who were in two groups and attacked in separate incidents suffered moderate to severe injuries, wildlife officials said.

Number of abortions in U.S. drops to lowest since they became legal nationwide

Figures indicate that the number of abortions are decreasing in all parts of the country.

Democratic donor Ed Buck charged in man's overdose at apartment

Two men have previously died of accidental drug overdoses at Ed Buck’s apartment, but he has not been criminally charged in those cases.

New York college student jailed for medical marijuana in Russia is freed

Audrey Eliza Lorber, a student at Pace University in New York, pleaded guilty was fined around $230.