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Ex-Freedom Caucus member: Some in the group ?would vote no against the Ten Commandments?

Ex-Freedom Caucus member: Some in the group ?would vote no against the Ten Commandments?One of the founding members of the House Freedom Caucus has resigned in protest of the hard-line conservative group?s opposition to the Republican bill to repeal and replace Obamacare. Rep. Ted Poe, R-Texas, said that both President Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan reached out to the caucus and made changes to the GOP health care proposal several times. ?No matter what changes were made, the goalposts kept getting moved,? Poe said on ?Fox & Friends? on Monday.



Full Mulvaney: 'Washington Won' On GOP Health Bill Fallout

Full Mulvaney: 'Washington Won' On GOP Health Bill FalloutIn an exclusive interview on Meet the Press, Budget Director Mick Mulvaney talked to Chuck Todd about Pres. Trump?s efforts on the GOP healthcare bill after the decision to pull it before the vote.



Biden regrets not being president, but stands behind decision not to run

Biden regrets not being president, but stands behind decision not to runFormer Vice President Joe Biden admits that when he looks at the White House, he can?t help but wonder what could have been.



Driver Shoots, Kills Police Officer In Oklahoma

Driver Shoots, Kills Police Officer In OklahomaPolice said the driver fled Officer Justin Terney began checking with dispatchers to see if there were any outstanding warrants.



'Dreamer' immigrant in Oregon detained by US authorities

'Dreamer' immigrant in Oregon detained by US authoritiesPORTLAND, Ore. (AP) ? A 25-year-old man who had been allowed to stay in the U.S. because he was brought illegally into the country as a child was detained Sunday by immigration agents, activists said.



Man Gets 'Pantsed' by Fence While Trying to Escape During Alleged Burglary

Man Gets 'Pantsed' by Fence While Trying to Escape During Alleged BurglaryThe suspect has since been arrested, according to reports.



United Airlines Defends Policy After Barring Girls In Leggings

United Airlines Defends Policy After Barring Girls In LeggingsThe company said the young girls were "pass riders" and did not comply with the airline's dress code for those enjoying the perks of airline employment.



Seven students, one teacher killed in Japan avalanche

Seven students, one teacher killed in Japan avalancheAn avalanche Monday killed seven Japanese high school students and a teacher on a mountain-climbing outing, and injured 40 more. More than 100 troops were deployed in a major rescue mission after the avalanche hit ski slopes in Tochigi prefecture north of Tokyo. A total of 52 students and 11 teachers from seven high schools were on a three-day mountaineering expedition when disaster struck.



Talks produce no progress in Scottish independence dispute

Talks produce no progress in Scottish independence disputeLONDON (AP) ? The leaders of Britain and Scotland met for talks Monday, but failed to resolve their differences over a new push for Scottish independence as the U.K. prepares to leave the European Union.



Pakistan says starts fencing Afghanistan border in 'high-threat zones'

Pakistan says starts fencing Afghanistan border in 'high-threat zones'Pakistan has begun building a fence on its disputed 2,500 km (1,500 mile) border with Afghanistan to prevent incursions by militants, Pakistan's army chief said, in a move likely to further strain relations between the two countries. Pakistan has blamed Pakistani Taliban militants it says are based on Afghan soil for a spate of attacks at home in recent months, urging Kabul to eradicate "sanctuaries" for militants. Citing the attacks, Islamabad earlier this month temporarily shut the main crossing points along the colonial-era Durand Line border, drawn up in 1893 and rejected by Afghanistan.