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Monday March 12nd, 2018 morning edition

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Jake Williams allegedly drove his truck and horse trailer to a daiquiri shop in Denham Springs and opted to ride the horse, Sugar, back home instead of driving, according to police.

Police stopped him and he was issued a summons for disturbing the peace by intoxication.

The Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office said riding a horse does not qualify the man for a DWI.

But Williams told WBRZ-TV that he felt riding the horse was a good idea: "When you get a little too much to drink, why not ride a horse?

Williams said he learned his lesson from the incident and will not ride his horse when intoxicated in the future.

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Pompeo on Putin claim Kremlin was not involved in meddling: ‘That’s false’

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“The Russians attempted to interfere in the United States election in 2016,” Pompeo told “Fox News Sunday.”.

Pompeo pushed back against Putin’s recent claim that the Russians indicted by special counseldon’t “represent the interests of the Russian” government.

Pompeo maintained the CIA’s position that the U.S. intelligence community's analysis of the election interference does not extend to whether or not Russia’s attempts to meddle impacted the 2016 election. »

An ex-YouTube recruiter claims Google discriminated against white and Asian men — then deleted the evidence

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According to the claim, Google deleted evidence of its diversity hiring processes from staffers' cloud accounts and inboxes.

Google told the Wall Street Journal it would defend the lawsuit and said it hired on merit and not appearances.

Google stopped hiring white and Asian men to YouTube last year in favour of women and minority applicants, according to a civil lawsuit filed by a former YouTube recruiter. »

Many Missouri child brides may have married their rapists

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In Idaho, the couple would have had to go before a judge to be married, risking arrest.

Of those, The Star’s review of data shows, more than 300 married men age 21 or older, with some in their 30s, 40s and 50s.

Ashley Tidwell (now Duncan) of Steele, Mo., was pregnant and in the ninth grade when she married her 18-year-old boyfriend. »