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  • Marine shot while on leave in Los Angeles dies

    Marine shot while on leave in Los Angeles dies

    He was not in uniform when he was shot. He had just visited his girlfriend that night and was preparing to drive to the home of Claudia Perez, a family friend, when he struck by gunfire. Lopez was born in El Salvador and came to the US with his mother. "He had a gunshot wound that entered the base of his left skull, took out his major vessel", said Dr.

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  • Giannis Antetokounmpo Signs $100 Million Deal With the Bucks

    Giannis Antetokounmpo Signs $100 Million Deal With the Bucks

    The Bucks were one of the NBA's biggest disappointments last season, missing the playoffs with a 33-49 record after going 41-41 the previous year, but optimism remains high as training camp gets underway September 27 in Madison. Antetokounmpo posted the first triple-double of his career that night with 27 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists in a Bucks victory. The "Greek Freak" has recently transitioned from his wing position to the point guard spot and nearly averaged a triple double in the ...

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  • Amnesty: US bomb used in Saudi-led strike on Yemen hospital

    Over 4,500 patients had been treated in the hospital since MSF began supporting it. "As a major arms seller to Saudi Arabia, the US risks being complicit in Saudi Arabia's likely war crimes in Yemen", the Post quotes Sunjeev Bery, Amnesty International's advocacy director for the Middle East and North Africa, as saying.

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  • Indian army claims it blocks infiltration by militants

    Indian army claims it blocks infiltration by militants

    Mr Sharif, however, was voluble and unrestrained when it came to accusing India of "human rights violations" in Kashmir and seeking intervention in meetings with US Secretary of State John Kerry and British Prime Minister Theresa May. On Sunday, four militants stormed an Indian Army battalion headquarters in Uri in northern Jammu and Kashmir, close to line of control, killing 18 soldiers and injuring another 18.

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  • Pregnant woman, man critical after South Chicago shooting

    Pregnant woman, man critical after South Chicago shooting

    The woman was shot in the neck, and the man suffered gunshot wounds to the neck and chest, police said. Law enforcement sources said the woman was about eight months pregnant, and that the baby was delivered. The baby, a girl named "Miracle" by family members, weighed only 2 pounds, but was in "stable" condition at Comer Children's Hospital, according to family members.

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  • China's home prices rise the most in six years

    China's home prices rise the most in six years

    More encouraging news from China with house prices rising more strongly in August than many analysts had forecast (or the Chinese government had believed ). "Price growth accelerated in cities of all tiers", the NBS said in a statement released with the data. Home prices in the first-tier cities continue to soar.

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  • US states sue to block expansion of overtime pay law

    US states sue to block expansion of overtime pay law

    As under the rule, the employer must repeal "white collar exemption" along with more than double of salary threshold with which an employee would get paid for his overtime too. Attorney General Paxton said "Once again, President Obama is trying to unilaterally rewrite the law, And this time, it may lead to disastrous consequences for our economy".

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  • Kaepernick on threats: If it happens, you've proved my point

    Kaepernick on threats: If it happens, you've proved my point

    On September 1, 2016 Kaepernick kneeled down on one knee as opposed to sitting down during the final preseason game. Instead of acknowledging the issues Kaepernick has brought to light, people are fighting back with claims that he is disrespecting our veterans, or they're throwing a fit because Kaepernick lost the starting job to Blaine Gabbert.

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  • At trial, tales of gridlock at New Jersey bridge

    At trial, tales of gridlock at New Jersey bridge

    Wildstein is a one-time political blogger who went by the moniker Wally Edge (named for a former New Jersey governor) and was hired, with Christie's approval, to the newly created job of director of interstate capital projects at the Port Authority.

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  • Hillary Clinton Calls Time Off Campaign Trail 'A Gift'

    Hillary Clinton Calls Time Off Campaign Trail 'A Gift'

    Mr Trump released a new letter from his doctor on Thursday detailing his blood pressure, cholesterol and medications, a day after Mrs Clinton made public a letter from her physician with similar information. On Wednesday, the Republican handed over the one-page summary of his recent exam to Dr. Mehmet Oz while taping an episode of Oz's show. The Clinton campaign cancelled the remainder of the former secretary of state's public events before revealing her diagnosis.

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  • Florida sinkhole to cost Mosaic up to $50 million to fix

    Florida sinkhole to cost Mosaic up to $50 million to fix

    The aquifer is the state's main source of drinking water. Despite that, City Manager Rick Johnson said he would've liked a heads up about the sinkhole. Florida Department of Environmental Protection spokeswoman Dee Ann Miller says there's no evidence the contaminated water has moved beyond the site and is threatening groundwater supplies.

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  • Panasonic Adds To Lumix Line-Up With Four New Cameras

    Panasonic Adds To Lumix Line-Up With Four New Cameras

    What we do know is that the GH5 will be capable of shooting 4K video at a (for now at least) world first of 60p/50p, as well as 4:2:2 10-bit 4K video at 30p. "The Lumix DMC-FZ2500 combines a sleek, strong exterior design with intuitive controls", Panasonic states. In this case, a 20x f2.8-4.5 24-480 lens with an inner zoom structure for reducing image shift when zooming.

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  • Google May Face Indonesia Tax Bill of over $400m for 2015

    Google May Face Indonesia Tax Bill of over $400m for 2015

    Yahoo and Google have formed Indonesian limited liability companies, while Twitter and Facebook operate branches of their Asia-Pacific offices in Indonesia. In a separate development, the tax office said it was checking whether Ford Motor had avoided paying appropriate taxes, after a local newspaper reported that the United States auto maker modified imported Everest model vehicles sold in Indonesia to pay a lower tax rate.

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  • Missourians No Longer Need Permit to Carry Concealed Firearms

    The bill would expand the castle doctrine to permit invited guests in a home to use deadly force on intruders. Another measure, which takes effect in 2017, will allow an income tax deduction of half the net capital gain earned when companies convert to at least 30 percent employee stock ownership.

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  • Pokemon Go player brutally beaten in Central Park

    Pokemon Go player brutally beaten in Central Park

    At 12:30 a.m., Yaneza, 43, was allegedly attacked while running to catch a Snorlax that spawned in Grand Army Plaza, a noted Pokémon hotspot located at the park's southeast entrance. Those viewing the events on Twitch captured the video , which included the assailant's face, typing in chat "if you read this you thief, we saw your face, you will be in jail soon".

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  • Samsung kicks off Galaxy Note 7 exchanges

    The company began shipping new Note 7 phones to replace the defective ones this week in South Korea. The notices were given out by subscription date to ease congestion in the first week, they said, noting incumbent Galaxy Note 7 users will also have to decide whether to choose a refund or a cancellation of their subscription by Monday.

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  • This Is Ivanka Trump's Secret Service Name

    This Is Ivanka Trump's Secret Service Name

    A senior Republican aide confirmed the meeting to Independent Journal Review, noting that the meeting was at the request of Ivanka Trump . Ryan talked about his experience as the 2012 vice presidential nominee and Trump shared updates about her father's campaign, an aide said .

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  • Watch Jimmy Fallon defend controversial Donald Trump interview

    Watch Jimmy Fallon defend controversial Donald Trump interview

    The Internet was in a state this week when Jimmy Fallon had Donald Trump on his show for an incredibly soft and easy appearance where he practically cradled Trump in his arms tenderly like a baby. Jimmy responded, "Have you seen my show?" " Maybe because that's the message they get from entertainment giants like NBC, which gladly nurtured Trump's celebrity through all the years he was running around saying this", she added, airing an April 2011 clip of Trump spouting his birther nonsense.

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  • CNN falsely adds 'racial' to Trump vetting comments

    Donald Trump has a history of jumping to conclusions, and in the wake of the NY bombing , he once again suggested racial profiling as a countering terrorism method. "But look, we have - whether it's racial profiling or politically correct, we'd better get smart", he said at a Fox News town hall in August. The problem is, Israel and the United States already profile in similar ways - and neither in the way Trump prefers.

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  • Angela Merkel admits mistakes over asylum seekers after disastrous election

    Angela Merkel admits mistakes over asylum seekers after disastrous election

    Germany's ruling Christian Democrat party suffered a setback in the Berlin state election on Sunday, garnering just under 18% of the vote. She said though voters were dealing with many local issues, she conceded that her decision to open the borders to hundreds of thousands of migrants was also a factor, and "I take responsibility as party leader and chancellor".

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  • Doctor declares Trump running mate Pence to be healthy

    Gates open at 4:30 p.m. Trump discussed these facts in an appearance with the controversial TV doctor Mehmet Oz . The full letter can be read here. There's very little news about Mike Pence's health - which is good news in and of itself, given the notion of health as a campaign issue in the wake of Hillary Clinton's collapse a week ago at the 9/11 commemoration ceremonies and her subsequent admissions she'd been diagnosed with pneumonia.

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  • Here's what Dr. Oz said about Donald Trump's health

    Trump is taking a cholesterol drug known by the brand name Crestor and he takes a low-dose aspirin. He has been hospitalized only once, to have his appendix removed at the age of 11. Pence said Ryun told him he would always "run through the tape" and not slow down at the finish line. Clinton's pneumonia symptoms began around the start of this month, and she saw Bardack on September 2 for a low-grade fever, congestion and fatigue.

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  • India, Afghanistan call for end to all support of militants

    India, Afghanistan call for end to all support of militants

    Kabul and New Delhi accuse Islamabad of supporting militants that have carried out attacks in India and Afghanistan. "Afghanistan is no longer a land-locked country". Afghanistan's call for a stronger defence and security partnership with India has opened up a huge strategic opportunity for Delhi. Apart from the landmark treaty on extradition, the two sides also sealed agreements on peaceful uses of outer space and on cooperation on civil and commercial matters.

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  • With some gas stations dry, pipeline works to send more fuel

    It spilled into a pond near Helena. Patrick DeHaan, senior petroleum analyst for GasBuddy.com, said the Colonial Pipeline leak "is among the largest outages of fuel since Superstorm Sandy in 2012". North Carolina's average price of gasoline is $2.16, up from last week's average of $2.05. "Oh yeah, I've noticed that the prices have just gone up, I mean, through the roof!" said Tom Wargo at a gas station northeast of Atlanta .

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  • Work on Calais wall to start this month, Britain says

    Work on Calais wall to start this month, Britain says

    The one kilometre long, 13ft high barrier is part of a multi-million pound package of joint measures by the United Kingdom and France to tighten security at the French port. "What we're calling for today are security measures so we can drive completely safely on the A16 motorway and on the port road", he added. The wall, which is expected to cost 2.7 million euros ($3.0 million), will be the latest barrier to go up around Europe as the continent struggles with its biggest migrant influx in ...

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  • Kerry: Syria truce 'holding but fragile' despite violence

    O'Brien called the attacks "sickening" and said he was "disgusted and horrified". He stressed that all parties received notification of the convoy, which was carrying aid for about 78,000 people. The Russian Defense Ministry accused the United States of failing to fulfill another key element of the plan - the delineation of territories controlled by moderate rebels and Islamist extremists, who in some places operate close to each other.

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  • Kerry holds out hope for Syria truce despite violations

    Under the agreed ceasefire, fighting was to halt across Syria and humanitarian aid would reach desperate civilians - particularly in devastated eastern Aleppo. Some aid was delivered to both rebel-held areas and government controlled territories shortly before the army declared the ceasefire over. "I believe that the truce is clinically dead ".

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  • Gas prices in South rise after pipeline spill

    Georgia, Tennessee and Alabama also have had prices spike since the spill. A representative from auto group AAA said area prices were up as a result of the spill, but that "Charlotte shouldn't experience any shortages". A lot of places are running out of gas completely. Deal is encouraging Georgians to stick to their normal gas-buying habits and not to buy out of panic.

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  • Pump problem? Gov's office says they've gotten no complaints

    Last week, prices were down 9 cents. The more volatile a gasoline (higher RVP), the easier it evaporates. Townsend says price variation is not always price gouging. "This was a good 30 cents higher than I saw anywhere else yesterday and this morning", Jones told CNNMoney. Drivers are paying an average of $2.32 in Georgia and $2.13 in Tennessee.

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  • Nigel Farage bows out of UKIP after Brexit 'fairytale'

    Speaking on his new LBC show, he added: 'I do think that Douglas Carswell needs to make a big decision. Ms James insisted that Brexit must mean "100 per cent European Union exit" and said UKIP's "people's army" must keep up the pressure on Theresa May's Government.

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  • North Korea dismisses USA bomber flyover as bluff

    North Korea dismisses USA bomber flyover as bluff

    North Korea claims the deployment of two USA supersonic bombers over the peninsula was a bluff, warning that such actions were escalating tensions "to the point of explosion". The UN Security Council is expected to impose even tougher measures against the already sanctioned North Korea in response to last Friday's test. Top nuclear envoys from South Korea and the United States have agreed to seek the strongest possible sanctions for the DPRK over its latest nuclear test.

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  • South Korea: Hanjin to resume work in Long Beach this week

    Currently, 87 out of Hanjin Shipping's fleet of 145 vessels are being denied entrance to ports or are otherwise facing difficulties with their operations. "All these costs and delays will be a loss not only to Samsung, but also to major retailers in the USA and, ultimately, to US consumers", Samsung said in the filing.

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  • Snowden says will vote in presidential election

    Edward Snowden, the famous "whistle-blower" who uncovered the biggest surveillance program in the history of humanity, has been the center of a humanitarian campaign asking president Obama to give the computer system's administrator a full pardon.

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  • Uri Attack: How the Events That Martyred 17 Soldiers Unfolded

    Kugelman said it could have been caused by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent comments about rights violations in Balochistan, the restive southwestern province of Pakistan. "A group of heavily armed terrorists targeted the rear administrative base of a unit at Uri, Kashmir. It may be recalled that in the last one week itself, three such attempts were foiled in Kupwara Sector when four terrorists were killed and another group of four terrorists was eliminated in Poonch", it added.

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  • Ford to Move Production of Small Cars From US to Mexico

    It plans to make small cars there starting in 2018. The Washington Post reports that Ford wants people to know that it will still keep its plants open in MI for other models, but does that answer the criticism? "Over the next two to three years, we will have migrated all of our small-car production to Mexico and out of the United States", Fields said at a daylong investor conference in Dearborn.

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  • US regulators: Official recall of 1M Samsung Note 7 phones

    US regulators: Official recall of 1M Samsung Note 7 phones

    To determine if your phone has been recalled , locate the IMEI number on the back of the phone or the packaging, and enter the IMEI number into the online registration site http://www. Samsung expects replacement Note 7s to be available by Wednesday, Sept. 21. The company said customers who exchange their device for another Samsung product will also receive a $25 gift card.

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  • Rosberg Wins His First Singapore GP and Takes Championship Lead

    Rosberg's third successive win, and first in Singapore , took him back to the top of the drivers' championship, eight points ahead of Hamilton with six races left. "Even if the track is hard to overtake on, it was nice to push to the last lap and know that I was at least putting pressure on him". Raikkonen's teammate Vettel suffered a nightmare when a rear suspension failure in Q1 caused his auto to three-wheel through the corners, and he was unable to produce anything like a competitive ...

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