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It happened in Yala province, where Muslim militants have waged a yearslong insurgency.
The North’s delegation led by Hyon Song Wol, the head of the Moranbong Band, arrived in Seoul.
The militants, who wore suicide vests, pinned down security forces for more than 13 hours.
The sheriff’s office says the 46-year-old was told to drop the weapon but he pointed it at deputies.
Clarke’s taunting social media posts remain the focus of the case.
“When they moved in, they were really mysterious people. They didn’t talk to us or socialize.”
There was more finger-pointing than signs of bipartisan dealmaking.
Demonstrators denounce Trump’s views with colorful signs and even saltier language.
Everyone should heed the advice to stay home when they’re starting to come down with the flu.
“Don’t gain the weight. Exercise, and the food you eat, are absolutely critical.”
HHS says a proposed rule on “conscience rights” will further protect health care workers.
The shutdown prompts the cancellation or delay of training for reserve units.
Jeff Bezos bought a $23 million mansion in the District of Columbia a year ago.
The priceless treasure will leave France for the first time in almost 1,000 years.
Turkey says it considers the group it targeted a rebel terrorist organization.
U.S. troops stay at their posts and mail gets delivered, but more than half of IRS workers stay home.
Even before the vote, Trump was pessimistic, tweeting, “Not looking good.”
It was unclear what Congress might do over the weekend to re-open the government.
Trump reportedly wanted to put her on his television show, “The Apprentice.”
“We recognize this report may spark a further discussion on the opioid crisis.”