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Cops seize 18,000 pounds of pot from weed ‘fortress’

Police in San Bernardino raided a weed “fortress” believed to be bringing in millions of dollars a month on Wednesday. The indoor grow operation — suspicion to be the largest ever in California — is owned by 43-year-old Stephanie Smith, CBS News reported. Police seized 35,000 pot plants and close …

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GOP leaders finalize taxation check in bid to win support of Rubio

WASHINGTON — Republicans finalized their unconditional taxation package Friday, expanding the child taxation credit to assuage a demure GOP senator as they pushed to flesh the check by Congress next week and give President Trump his first major legislative victory. GOP lawmakers have been operative to win the support of …

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Nazareth cancels Christmas jubilee over Trump Jerusalem move

The Israeli city of Nazareth has canceled Christmas celebrations, with the mayor observant the finish of festivities is due to President Trump. Mayor Ali Salam, who presides over the city in northern Israel of mostly Muslims and Christians, announced Thursday that designed events such as a Christmas marketplace and festival …

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Middle school teacher accused of sex with teen she met at church

A Texas center school teacher was arrested for allegedly having an crude attribute with a tyro she met at church.  Nicole Marie Faires Andrews, a former sixth-grade English teacher at Cedar Park Middle School, was arrested on Tuesday and charged with transgression passionate attack of a child and crude attribute …

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