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This July 22, 2017 photo provided by the Merced County Sheriff, shows Obdulia Sanchez in Merced, Calif. Sanchez has been arrested in California on suspicion of causing a deadly crash that she recorded live on Instagram. She was booked into the Merced County Jail on suspicion of DUI and vehicular manslaughter after Friday's crash that killed her 14-year-old sister and badly injured another 14-year-old girl. (Merced County Sheriff via AP)
Teenage driver livestreams part of crash that killed sisterA teenage driver lost control of her car while she was livestreaming on Instagram and recorded part of the crash that authorities say killed her sister in California
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Police cars gather at the scene of a standoff on Interstate 55 near Highway 61 on Monday, July 24, 2017, in Jefferson County Mo. Authorities say a carjacking suspect died Monday after a shootout with police on a busy stretch of interstate near St. Louis. (Laurie Skrivan/St. Louis Post-Dispatch via AP)
Man dead after shootout with police on Missouri interstatePolice say a driver who shot at officers during a chase that closed a busy highway near St. Louis is dead
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Anthony Scaramucci, incoming White House communications director, accompanied by newly appointed White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, right, speaks during the daily press briefing at the White House, Friday, July 21, 2017, in Washington. White House press secretary Sean Spicer resigned earlier in the day. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
Trump's new messenger says briefings back on cameraPresident Donald Trump's new communications chief says television cameras can start rolling again in the White House briefing room
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APNewsBreak: Rail design led to deadliness of NY train crashA U.S. official says federal investigators have concluded that an unusual rail design contributed to the deadliness of a fiery commuter rail crash that killed six people in a New York City suburb in 2015
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James Mathew Bradley Jr., left, arrives at the federal courthouse for a hearing, Monday, July 24, 2017, in San Antonio. Bradley was arrested in connection with the deaths of multiple people packed into a broiling tractor-trailer. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
Latest: Officials say a citizen of Guatemala among the deadGuatemala's Foreign Ministry says one of its citizens is among the 10 migrants who died after being trapped in a packed tractor-trailer in the broiling Texas heat
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The Latest: Ex-officer's lawyer applauds dropping of chargesThe lawyer for a white police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black motorist in Cincinnati says the formal dismissal of murder and voluntary manslaughter charges brings "a note of finality" after two mistrials
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In this photo provided by the Waterville Humane Society, Dakota the Alaskan husky lies on the ground at the society's shelter on Tuesday, July 24, 2017, in Waterville, Maine.  A judge on Monday agreed to a deal to send Dakota to a veterinary hospital for training after it attacked two other dogs, killing one.  A judge had ordered that Dakota be put down after the attacks last year. Republican Gov. Paul LePage attempted to pardon Dakota in March, elevating the dog to celebrity status.  (Karen Knowlton/Waterville Human Society via AP)
Judge Oks deal to spare life of dog that got disputed pardonA court hearing could determine the fate of a dog that was due to be euthanized before Maine's governor tried to grant clemency to the pooch
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James Mathew Bradley Jr., left, arrives at the federal courthouse for a hearing, Monday, July 24, 2017, in San Antonio. Bradley was arrested in connection with the deaths of multiple people packed into a broiling tractor-trailer. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
Trucker charged in 10 deaths in immigrant-smuggling caseThe driver of a broiling tractor-trailer found packed with immigrants outside a Walmart in San Antonio has been charged in connection with the deaths of 10 of his passengers and could face the death penalty
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FILE - This June 6, 2016, file photo taken in Honolulu, shows a bumper sticker Hawaii officials distributed in a campaign for a Hawaii boy who disappeared 20 years earlier. The child, known as "Peter Boy," became the face of missing and abused children in the late 1990s and early 2000s. The father of the boy led police to the site Sunday, April 23, 2017, where he said he'd disposed of his son's remains. Peter Kema Sr., is providing information about the location of the boy's body as part of a plea deal. Kema Sr. is scheduled to be sentenced for manslaughter, Monday, July 24, 2017. (AP Photo/Jennifer Sinco Kelleher, File)
Father of Hawaii boy missing for 2 decades is sentencedThe father of a 6-year-old Hawaii boy has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for manslaughter two decades after the child disappeared
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In this July 20, 2017, photo, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Ky. walks into the Senate Chamber at the Capitol in Washington. A brutal reality is settling over Capitol Hill: The Republican effort to repeal and replace “Obamacare,” which has consumed the first six months of the Trump administration, may never yield results. Not only that, the GOP goal of overhauling the tax code requires passing a budget that is months overdue.  (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
Senate GOP gets new pressure from Trump on health careA peeved President Donald Trump is tweaking Republican opponents of his party's reeling health care bill
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Arizona hikers clinging to trees rescued from flooded canyonA helicopter rescued hikers clinging to tree branches and perched on boulders as fast-moving floodwaters tore through a normally quiet creek in Arizona
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CORRECTS LAST NAME TO CLARKE FROM CARTER - In this July 5, 2017, photo, Markysha Clarke poses for a portrait in Decatur, Ga., with her Taurus PT111 handgun. Clarke, a 40-year-old marketing specialist for a bank. Clarke is among the ranks of the nation's black women who own a firearm. She started taking classes but each time, "the nervous jitters" would creep in. Then about a month ago, she decided to buy a firearm for protection. She worries about remaining safe should she ever be stopped by a police officer. "As a black person in America, this is a major problem," she said. "You hope and pray you're following all the rules and that officer stopping you is following all the rules and doesn't have an agenda." (AP Photo/Lisa Marie Pane)
AP PHOTOS: American black women feel it's time to get a gunFrom ministers to bankers, American black women are picking up firearms and learning how to shoot
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