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      Chapter/Conference Positions   05/08/2016

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  2. A television ad depicting supporters of Virginia governor hopeful Ed Gillespie as Confederates who attack minority children has been pulled amid a terror attack in New York City. View the full article
  3. Bette Midler is not impressed that the Disney Channel is remaking the Halloween classic “Hocus Pocus.” View the full article
  4. See what your favorite celebrities look like before they hit the makeup chair... and after. View the full article
  5. President Donald Trump’s Justice Department is reportedly mulling a blockbuster antitrust lawsuit to challenge AT&T’s $85 million purchase of Time Warner Inc., a move that could put in question the future of the company’s Trump-bashing news network, CNN. View the full article
  6. Concerned about widespread training and leadership failures in the Pacific fleet that triggered two deadly ship collisions, the Navy's top officer said Thursday that he's asked his commanders around the world to review their staff and ships to see if they have similar problems. View the full article
  7. The world’s most wanted terrorist spent his decade on the lam watching the viral classic “Charlie Bit My Finger…again,” how-to tutorials on crocheting the perfect puff stitch and videos of women blowing bubbles. View the full article
  8. The Marine Corps general in charge of war court defense teams at Guantanamo Bay was reportedly found guilty of contempt Wednesday for disobeying orders by a judge and sentenced to 21 days confinement. View the full article
  9. DNAinfo and Gothamist, two major sources of local news for several U.S. cities, both suddenly shut down Thursday afternoon -- just a week after the sites' reporters and editors announced they'd voted to join a union. View the full article
  10. President Donald Trump's national security adviser says North Korea could be added to the list of state sponsors of terrorism. View the full article
  11. The Houston Astros' World Series win has not only given an emotional boost to a city still recovering from Hurricane Harvey. View the full article
  12. Prosecutors presented the weapon and demonstrated how it could have been hidden in the suspect’s clothing on Thursday in the Kate Steinle murder trial, a point they have long used to disprove the defense’s argument that the homeless illegal immigrant charged in the murder found the gun. View the full article
  13. Sen. Elizabeth Warren believes that the Democratic National Committee was "rigged" in favor of former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton during the 2016 primary. View the full article
  14. Former Democratic National Committee interim chair Donna Brazile, in newly released excerpts of her forthcoming book, alleges that an unethical agreement was signed between Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign and the DNC to keep the party financially afloat. View the full article
  15. The Japanese police department in Tokyo has put together an all-female squad of officers for specific assignment to first lady Melania Trump and other visiting female dignitaries, including presidential adviser Ivanka Trump, according to a report. The fist lady arrives in Japan on Sunday for a two-day visit with President Donald Trump; Ivanka Trump landed in Toyko on Thursday. View the full article
  16. Jared Kushner is President Trump's son-in-law and a senior adviser who plays a big role in the Trump administration. View the full article
  17. President Donald Trump's Twitter declaration that the man charged with killing eight pedestrians and bikers in New York City "SHOULD GET THE DEATH PENALTY" has ignited controversy over whether Trump could have jeopardized the government's legal case. View the full article
  18. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is once again under scrutiny on Capitol Hill regarding his candor about Russia and the Trump campaign amid revelations that he rejected a suggestion to convene a meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump last year. View the full article
  19. K9 Jax was stabbed to death while attempting an apprehension at an apartment complex in the 500 block of East Weddell Avenue. Officers had responded to a domestic violence incident in... View the full article
  20. K9 Jax was stabbed to death while attempting an apprehension at an apartment complex in the 500 block of East Weddell Avenue. Officers had responded to a domestic violence incident in...View the full article
  21. Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe suggests special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation could reveal a stark conclusion: treason. View the full article
  22. A man who has given free hair cuts to 1,000 homeless people during the past year was rewarded with his own barbershop, after a stranger heard the selfless story, FOX29 reported. View the full article
  23. Iraq says negotiations with the Kurds over the deployment of federal forces along the borders of their autonomous region have failed. View the full article
  24. An Afghan official says at least eight people were killed when a bus caught fire after a sticky bomb blew up a nearby fuel tanker. View the full article
  25. After a 29-year-old man drove a truck into a Manhattan crowd on Tuesday, killing eight and wounding almost a dozen in the deadliest terror attack to hit the city since 9/11, New Yorkers made it clear that they refused to be intimidated. View the full article
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