Texas shooter’s gun purchase result of ‘bureaucratic failures’: Pence
09 November 2017 | 8:00 am
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence visited families of the victims of a church shooting and law enforcement officials in Sutherland Spring on Wednesday and said that the ability of the gunman to even purchase a weapon was the result of "bureaucratic failures."
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Simone Biles' bid for a record six gold medals at the Tokyo Games ended abruptly on Tuesday (July 27) when she dropped out of the women's team final after one vault and watched as the United States surrendered their title to Russia. It was a stunning and disappointing start to the Olympics for the U.S. women, who had expected to dominate the final as they had not been beaten in a major team competition since 2011. But the entire event was turned on its head in an instant when Biles, the world and Olympic all-around champion, completely mistimed her opening vault to earn a low score of 13.766.
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Rodrigo Duterte is the ruling political party's vice-presidential nominee for next year's election. Critics say it's an attempt by the strongman to hold on to power after his presidential term ends.
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