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Former SIU DE intervened in school shooting
Jason Seaman, a former defensive lineman at Southern Illinois, was the teacher who intervened to help stop a shooter at a middle school in Indiana on Friday. Seaman was shot three times -- in his abdomen, hip and forearm -- after a student armed with ...
Science teacher who tackled student gunman among 2 wounded at Indiana middle schoolChicago Tribune
Teacher credited with disarming student in middle school shootingCNN
Indiana School Shooting: Teacher and Student Wounded; Gunman DetainedNew York Times
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Washington Post

Trump takes aim at federal bureaucracy with new executive orders rolling back civil-service protections
Washington Post
President Trump moved Friday to roll back civil-service protections that federal employees have enjoyed for a generation, making it easier to fire poor performers, curtailing time employees can be paid for union work and directing agencies to negotiate ...
Trump Issues Orders Making It Easier to Fire Federal WorkersWall Street Journal
Trump Signs Orders Cracking Down on Federal Workers' UnionsBloomberg
Trump issues orders making it easier to fire federal employeesPolitico
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Irish abortion referendum: Exit polls suggest landslide for repeal
BBC News
Exit polls published after Ireland's referendum on abortion suggest a large vote in favour of liberalising the law. Polls by The Irish Times and RTE suggest about 69% voted to repeal a part of the constitution that effectively bans terminations ...
Understanding Ireland's Vote on Whether to Keep Its Abortion BanNew York Times
Exit Polls: Ireland's Voters Want To Repeal Abortion BanNPR
Exit polls suggest Ireland has voted to repeal its abortion banWashington Post
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New York Times

Trump's On-Again, Off-Again Summit Style Unnerves Asian Allies
New York Times
TOKYO — Leaders in Asia have grown accustomed by now to President Trump's breathtaking unpredictability. But his handling of the planned summit meeting with the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un — celebrating it, canceling it and then hinting it may ...
Trump sounds optimistic tone about future North Korea talks day after canceling summitWashington Post
Chances Revived for Korea SummitWall Street Journal
Trump Says N.Korea Summit May Go Ahead After `Productive Talks'Bloomberg
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Subtropical Storm Alberto is first named tropical weather system of 2018
CBS News
Subtropical Storm Alberto is the first named tropical weather system of the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season, the National Hurricane Center said in an advisory Friday. A tropical storm watch has been issued for the Gulf Coast from Louisiana to Florida ...
Alberto to dump heavy rain and rough weather on South Florida over holiday weekendSun Sentinel
Tracking Alberto: Tropical storm watch issued for parts of Florida to LouisianaWFTV Orlando
Wind and storm surge watches issued for Florida as Alberto resumes northward trekMiami Herald
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Gunman opens fire in Oklahoma City restaurant, is shot dead by bystanders
Police and emergency personnel surround the scene of a shooting at Louie's Grill and Bar in Oklahoma City on Thursday. Bryan Terry / The Oklahoman via AP. Breaking News Emails. Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that ...
2 civilians rushed to their cars to get their guns before fatally shooting Oklahoma City restaurant gunmanABC News
Armed citizen who shot Oklahoma gunman told worried crowd, 'I'm here to help'USA TODAY
Witness describes moment civilians took down Oklahoma City restaurant gunmanCBS News
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Washington Post

Weinstein, infamous face of the #MeToo movement, now faces the public
Washington Post
NEW YORK — As the front door of a criminal courtroom opened to usher in Harvey Weinstein, the once-powerful movie mogul looked out at the large gathering of lawyers and reporters and, a dazed expression on his face, mouthed one word: “Wow.”.
Harvey Weinstein's accusers still wonder if justice will finally be servedLos Angeles Times
Harvey Weinstein: Why Did He Bring Those Books to His Arrest?Hollywood Reporter
Gender Letter: Harvey Weinstein 'Perp Walked' Into the Future of #MeTooNew York Times
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Los Angeles Times

USC President CL Max Nikias to step down
Los Angeles Times
USC President C.L. Max Nikias, whose tenure was marked by a significant boost in the university's prestige and fundraising prowess but tarnished by a series of damaging scandals, is stepping down from his post, the university's Board of Trustees ...
USC president stepping down amid gynecologist scandalKABC-TV

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BBC News

Royal wedding 2018: Order of service
BBC News
The order of service for the wedding of Prince Henry of Wales and Ms Meghan Markle. 11:25 BST: Members of the Royal Family will arrive at St George's Chapel. The congregation stand as the royals are taken to their seats. 11:40: Prince Harry and Prince ...
Advice for Thomas Markle, Father of the BrideNew York Times
A Royal Wedding Bridges the Atlantic and Breaks Old MoldsBloomberg

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Was there really a spy inside the Trump campaign, as the president says?
The president's claim of a "spy" inside his campaign has been dismissed as absurd, but the FBI has been known to send informants to speak to suspects. by Ken Dilanian / May.18.2018 / 7:58 PM ET. Trump listens during a meeting with California leaders.
Trump's tweet adds to the fog surrounding Russia inquiryThe Boston Globe

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