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  • An 8-year-old boy died after a television fell on him at a home in Jacksonville, Florida, his parents said. >> Read more trending news Jacksonville police officers were called to Painted Pony Drive early Friday morning and found Christian Dozier unresponsive in his bedroom. He was taken to the hospital, where he died from his head injuries. His parents told ActionNewsJax that he was kicking an entertainment center when the TV fell on him. His mom said he loved to hang out with his siblings and play sports. 'It's horrible … especially when you know your grandchild plays with them -- so it's horrible,' neighbor Regina Williams said. 'It's horrible anytime something (happens) to a kid so when I (saw) the crime scene tape, that's the last thing I thought, is that it'd be one of the children.
  • President Donald Trump on Friday promised a “big announcement” next week on his plans for major tax reform, but soon after, top administration officials were tempering expectations, indicating that the White House would be releasing broad goals of a tax plan, not the details in full legislative text. “We’ll be having a big announcement on Wednesday having to do with tax reform,” Mr. Trump said as he signed several executive orders dealing with financial matters at the Treasury Department. “The process has begun long ago, but it really formally begins on Wednesday,” the President added, with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin – his chief tax reform architect – standing beside him. #URGENT: President Trump says he will have a 'big announcement' on tax reform Wednesday — Carol Costello (@CarolCNN) April 21, 2017 Mr. Trump has talked for months about acting on tax reform, but after three months in office, the President has not sent any formal plan to the Congress, where many GOP lawmakers are waiting to see some details. Reports on Friday night seemed to indicate that the announcement next week will be on the broad brush side – not the nitty gritty details of major tax changes. In an hour long interview with the Associated Press, the President also hyped his own tax reform announcement for next week, saying the tax cuts he will propose would be “massive.” BREAKING: Trump tells @AP he will unveil tax plan next week that includes 'massive' tax cut for individuals and businesses. — AP Politics (@AP_Politics) April 21, 2017 “Bigger, I believe than any tax cut ever,” Mr. Trump said. But his goal to get it out next week – just days before the 100 day mark of his presidency – evidently wasn’t what top aides had been envisioning. “Trump Vows to Unveil Tax-Cut Plan Next Week, Surprising Staff,” was the headline in the New York Times.
  • The death toll has risen to “as many as 140” Afghan soldiers in the wake of Friday’s attack on a military base by Taliban members apparently disguised in military uniforms, officials said. >> Read more trending news One official in the northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif, where the attack occurred, said Saturday at least 140 soldiers were killed and many others were wounded, Reuters reported. Other officials said the toll could even be higher. A U.S. official in Washington on Friday had put the toll at more than 50 killed and wounded, Reuters reported. As many as 10 Taliban fighters, dressed in Afghan army uniforms and driving military vehicles, slipped onto the base and opened fire on mostly unarmed soldiers eating a meal and leaving a mosque after Friday prayers, officials told Reuters. The base is the headquarters for the Afghan National Army's 209th Corps, responsible for much of northern Afghanistan, including Kunduz province where there has been heavy fighting. Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said in a statement on Saturday the attack was retribution for the recent killing of several senior Taliban leaders in northern Afghanistan. 'The attack on the 209th Corps today shows the barbaric nature of the Taliban,' U.S. Gen. John Nicholson, the commander of coalition forces, said in a statement on Friday.
  • A South Florida teen is being charged as an adult after deputies monitoring his social media pages arrested him this month on gun-related charges. >> Read more trending news  Joshua Troutman, 17, was transferred from juvenile custody to the Palm Beach County Jail on charges that include possession of a weapon, discharging a firearm in public and grand theft of a firearm. He also has multiple open cases in juvenile court, including charges of carrying a concealed weapon, grand theft and burglary. During his initial court appearance on Friday, Judge Caroline Caroline Shepherd ordered Troutman’s open juvenile cases be reviewed and set his bond on the adult charges at $50,000. He was also placed on in-house arrest with an electronic monitor and ordered to have possession of neither weapons nor devices that can access the internet. According to the arrest report, a Palm Beach County sheriff’s detective last month monitored postings by Troutman on social-media sites, including Facebook and Instagram. The detective noted that Troutman posted several pictures and videos with multiple firearms in his waist, hands and pockets. Troutman is currently classified as a juvenile delinquent and is not allowed to possess firearms, investigators said. Authorities say he has a history of burglary and resisting arrest with violence. He remains under supervision as a juvenile until his 19th birthday. “He is a danger to the community,” a prosecutor said in court Friday. Investigators say Troutman posted one video of himself firing shots from a small-caliber firearm into the ground in his backyard. After being taken into custody, he reportedly told deputies he stole a gun from a box stored in a shed at an unspecified residence in Boynton Beach. When asked about the fired shots seen on video, Troutman told deputies he was only shooting into the ground and did not hurt anyone, the report said.
  • The fraud trial against former Congresswoman Corrine Brown is scheduled to start in just over a week, and there could be some notable names called by prosecutors.  The US Attorney’s Office has submitted 45 names as potential witnesses and Corrine Brown’s lawyer submitted 33 names. Among the people who will be called are Jacksonville politicians, political strategists, prominent attorneys, independent authority members and leaders, Brown’s daughter, among others. The list also includes Brown’s former Chief of Staff Ronnie Simmons and the former head of One Door For Education Carla Wiley, both of whom have agreed to take plea deals for their part in this case, in exchange for helping prosecutors.  Brown, Wiley, and Simmons are accused of collecting about $800,000 in donations to One Door, saying the money would be used for scholarships and other charitable purposes. The US Attorney’s Office says, in reality, the money went toward personal expenses of the three involved.  Brown is facing various charges- aiding and abetting mail fraud, aiding and abetting wire fraud, conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, scheme to conceal material facts on financial disclosure forms, corruptly endeavoring to obstruct or impede the IRS, and filing false income tax returns.  Jury selection is slated to start April 24th, with the trial scheduled to begin April 26th. Brown intends to testify during the trial. United States’ witness list:  1. Shawn Batsch, IRS-CI  2. Dawn Goldberg, IRS  3. Kimberly Henderson, FBI  4. Tracy Lane, IRS  5. Vanessa Stelly, FBI  6. Carolyn Chatman  7. Linda Foster  8. Reginald Gaffney  9. Nathaniel Glover  10. April Green  11. Eurmon Hervey  12. Charles McCormick  13. Ju’Coby Pittman  14. Doug Shackelford  15. Dawn Smith  16. Stanley Twiggs  17. Dawn Wright  18. John Baker  19. Robert Birnbaum  20. Stephen Bittel  21. Tandy Bondi  22. Edward Burr  23. Husein Cumber  24. Jack Hanania  25. Marva Brown Johnson  26. Gasper Lazzara  27. Richard Lipsky  28. Eugene Ludwig  29. Don Miller  30. Steve Pajcic  31. John Picerne  32. Robert Picerne  33. Kent Stermon  34. Michael Ward  35. Susan Wiles  36. Jessica Wynne  37. Voncier Alexander  38. Ingrid Burch  39. Tasha Cole  40. Siottis Jackson  41. Lavern Kelly  42. Brad Mims  43. Shantrel Brown  44. Elias Simmons  45. Carla Wiley Corrine Brown witness list: 1. Martin Luther King III  2. The Honorable Bennie Thompson  3. Geraldine Centeno  4. Peter Mikon  5. Julia Wilson  6. Rontel Batie  7. The Honorable Marcia Fudge  8. Patrick Lewis  9. Jackie Gray  10. Helen Sachs  12. Lavern Kelly  13. Tonia Bell  14. Ju’Coby Pittman  15. Jimmy R. Jenkins  16. Brenda Simmons  17. The Honorable Jeff Triplett  18. John Delaney  19. The Honorable Sheila Jackson Lee  20. Bruce Marks  21. Nick Martinelli  22. Clint Brown  23. Barbara Skinner  24. Genesis Robinson  25. Cathy Gass  26. St. Elmo Crawford  27. James Sampson  28. Jesse Jackson  29. Roslyn Burrough  30. Hector Alcalde  31. Ava Parker  32. Mary Adams  33. Elias “Ronnie” Simmons

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