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Trump?s ?big, beautiful wall? collides with Congress

Trump?s ?big, beautiful wall? collides with CongressPresident Trump backed off his demand that Congress pay for a wall spanning the entire U.S.-Mexico border in a crucial spending bill that must pass by Friday night to keep the government funded.



Dao attorney: Client was dragged like ?sack of potatoes,? apology from CEO wouldn?t help

Dao attorney: Client was dragged like ?sack of potatoes,? apology from CEO wouldn?t helpThomas Demetrio, the lawyer for injured United passenger David Dao, said the airline?s CEO had a chance to apologize but instead called Dao belligerent.



Pres. Trump's Threat to Congress Fails

Pres. Trump's Threat to Congress FailsPresident Trump lost his first fight over health care and Monday night he appeared to back off threats to force Democrats and Republicans to pay for the border wall. Fmr. GOP Congressman David Jolly and MNSBC's Joy Reid join Lawrence O'Donnell.



Groups sue UC Berkeley over Ann Coulter appearance

Groups sue UC Berkeley over Ann Coulter appearanceTwo conservative groups filed a lawsuit against the University of California at Berkeley claiming that a decision to cancel an appearance by the firebrand pundit Ann Coulter violated their right to free speech. The Berkeley College Republicans and Young America's Foundation, which had invited Coulter to speak on April 27, accused the university of seeking to silence conservative viewpoints and stifle political discourse at the famously progressive campus by imposing unreasonable demands on campus events involving certain "high-profile" speakers. "Defendants' discriminatory imposition of curfew and venue restrictions has resulted in the cancellation of two speaking engagements featuring prominent conservative speakers in the month of April, 2017," read the lawsuit filed in federal court in San Francisco.



Arkansas Executes 2 Death Row Inmates

Arkansas Executes 2 Death Row InmatesGov. Asa Hutchinson issued an order in February to execute eight men in 10 days in April because the state's stock of midazolam, a key lethal injection drug, expires at the end of the month.



Off-Duty NYPD Officer Critically Injures 2 Women While Drunk Behind the Wheel: Cops

Off-Duty NYPD Officer Critically Injures 2 Women While Drunk Behind the Wheel: CopsNeville Smith, 32, rear-ended a Honda as he merged onto a highway before dawn Sunday.



Duterte Makes Bold Threat Against Terrorists

Duterte Makes Bold Threat Against TerroristsThe Philippine president is known for his ominous warnings -- and Duterte has a message for terrorists.



The Latest: Teacher to return to Tennessee to face charges

The Latest: Teacher to return to Tennessee to face chargesSACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) ? The Latest on the arrest of a Tennessee teacher charged with kidnapping a 15-year-old student (all times local):



Obama makes first public remarks since leaving office

Obama makes first public remarks since leaving officeLeading a panel discussion at the University of Chicago, the former president said that he is hoping to inspire young leaders and ?help them take a crack at changing the world.?



Gov. John Kasich on President Trump's first 100 days, who's to blame for division in America

Gov. John Kasich on President Trump's first 100 days, who's to blame for division in AmericaKasich weighs in on Donald Trump and how he thinks the country can come together.