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Rand Paul wins CPAC straw poll, Scott Walker close second – SFGate

SFGate Rand Paul wins CPAC straw poll, Scott Walker close secondSFGateOXON HILL, Md. (AP) — Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul has won the Conservative Political Action Conference's annual presidential preference straw poll. Pollsters announced Saturday that Paul won 25.7 percent of the votes in the annual survey, giving Paul his …Senator Rand Paul wins straw poll in boost to 2016 presidential... 

Pot calls kettle black: Rahm on Chuy’s property tax vote – Chicago Sun-Times

CBS Local Pot calls kettle black: Rahm on Chuy's property tax voteChicago Sun-TimesLast spring, Mayor Rahm Emanuel proposed the “biggest property tax increase in Chicago history” — a whopping $250 million to shore up two city pension funds. “Then he got in BIG trouble” — and backed down. I'm hoping some of you recognize the above …Emanuel, Garcia: Tell voters how... 

Boston Marathon Bombing Trial to Stay in Boston – SMN Weekly

SMN Weekly Boston Marathon Bombing Trial to Stay in BostonSMN WeeklyA federal appeals court rejected a motion filed by Dzhokhar Tsarnaev for moving the Boston Marathon Bombing trial out of Boston. Now the way is clear to open the arguments on Wednesday. The jurists disagreed in a 2-1 ratio over the issue if the jury …US Appeals Court Rejects Fifth Attempt to Move Boston Marathon Bombing... 

Why the Boston Marathon bombing trial must stay in Boston (+video) – Christian Science Monitor

Christian Science Monitor Why the Boston Marathon bombing trial must stay in Boston (+video)Christian Science MonitorDespite three appeals to relocate the trial, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will be tried in Boston for the events of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. By Samantha Laine, Staff Writer February 28, 2015. About video ads. U.S. appeals court: Marathon bombing trial can …Appeal to change... 

Mo. rampage may have been feuled by family feud – New York Daily News

New York Daily News Mo. rampage may have been feuled by family feudNew York Daily NewsPolice say Joseph Jesse Aldridge, 36, went on a house-to-house TEXAS COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT Police say Joseph Jesse Aldridge, 36, went on a house-to-house killing spree in rural Missouri. Relatives say it might have been feuled by a family …Investigators search for what triggered Missouri... 
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