• Man Stabbed During Fight at Cincinnati Zoo
Man Stabbed During Fight at Cincinnati Zoo

Part of the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden is taped off because of a stabbing, WCPO reports . Police do not have a suspect description at this time and urge anyone with information to call them. Eric Franz told WCPO a man was cut in the throat. The unnamed victim is hospitalized for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries. Police sa...

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  • An Embattled White House Gets a General
An Embattled White House Gets a General

Kelly was previously serving as Secretary of Homeland Security. The issue of leaks has weighed heavily on President Donald Trump as his administration tries to navigate questions about contacts some Trump campaign associates may have had with Russian government officials.

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  • 5-star Mitchell Robinson no longer on Western Kentucky campus
5-star Mitchell Robinson no longer on Western Kentucky campus

The recently-departed player signed his national letter on intent on November 15. Now, Andrew Slater of 247Sports speculates that Robinson, who played his high school ball at Chalmette, La., could end up back in his home state. "After careful consideration, I have chose to DECOMMIT from the University of Western Kentucky and explore my options this...

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  • Nitish's switch is good for him, BJP and Bihar
Nitish's switch is good for him, BJP and Bihar

Nitish has chosen a time of switch which speaks problems of plenty for the Congress party. The NDA had earlier submitted a list of 132 MLAs to the governor. Instead, the alliance - of Lalu Prasad Yadav's RJD, Kumar's JD (U) and the Congress - thrashed the BJP-led NDA, to capture 178 of 243 seats. It was a decision in the making for the last e...

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  • The end of democracy in Venezuela?
The end of democracy in Venezuela?

An opposition lawmaker, Freddy Guevara, said the struggle against Maduro started before the Constituent Assembly was mooted, and will continue regardless of the election. Venezuela's prosecutor-general on Saturday confirmed two more deaths during a general strike and protests organized by the opposition with the motive of derailing Sunday's electio...

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  • Trump threat: End health payments unless there's an overhaul
Trump threat: End health payments unless there's an overhaul

Because every repeal-and-replace bill has included these features, they won't suddenly vanish in the closed-door GOP bill-drafting sessions that will ensue if the Senate approves " skinny repeal " this week. This so-called "skinny repeal" bill, however, could have wrecked the individual market, said insurers, doctors, consumer advocates and health ...

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  • Gunman kills one, injures three in a German nightclub shooting
Gunman kills one, injures three in a German nightclub shooting

One person was killed while others were injured, including the suspected shooter, after a gunfight with police. A doorman appeared to have been shot with an automatic pistol as he tried to stop the attacker, witnesses told broadcaster SWR.

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  • Lewandowski: 'The President Has a Legal Authority to Fire Robert Mueller'
Lewandowski: 'The President Has a Legal Authority to Fire Robert Mueller'

I think I know - another one of his lies. Trump's newly named communications director, Anthony Scaramucci, acknowledged in a morning interview that the president was "obviously frustrated". The clearest indication that trust is fraying between the Oval Office and Capitol Hill is the fact that Representatives this week passed a tough sanctions b...

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  • Ricciardo fastest in Hungary practice
Ricciardo fastest in Hungary practice

This morning looked strong, out of the box we were the first one on a green track and basically we kept good pace". "It's not a very power-sensitive circuit so l think you should see a good fight between three teams". In the morning, Ricciardo got a time of 1 min 18,486 s, ahead of Kimi Räikkönen (1:18,720), on to Ferrari , and Lewis Hamilton (1:1...

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  • Railways might discontinue giving blankets in some AC trains. Here's why
Railways might discontinue giving blankets in some AC trains. Here's why

According to a report in Business Standard , AC coaches will administer the temperature at 24-degree celsius, as opposed to the current 19-degree celsius. The national auditor also observed several deficiencies in food quality, adding that cleanliness and hygiene were not being maintained by the staff at catering units at stations and in trains as...

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  • How Trump could oust Sessions if he declines to quit
How Trump could oust Sessions if he declines to quit

Not only is the president losing his insurance policy against impeachment, he is losing his capacity to sell himself to the sympathetic. Today, Trump has doubled down on his candidate mode-demanding the prosecution of Hillary Clinton and haranguing the Boy Scouts-but in the process he has cast the rubber stamp aside to beat his own chest....

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  • Celebs Applaud John McCain After He Helps Sink Healthcare Repeal Vote
Celebs Applaud John McCain After He Helps Sink Healthcare Repeal Vote

McCain, 80, who was diagnosed this month with brain cancer , will be beginning radiation and chemotherapy at the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix , his office said. A few hours after the middle-of-the-night vote, McCain was back to work in his office. Colleagues on both sides of the aisle offered their overwhelming support of McCain after his diagnosis.

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  • Deposed Pakistani leader Nawaz Sharif names former government minister as his successor
Deposed Pakistani leader Nawaz Sharif names former government minister as his successor

His request was endorsed by lawmakers from his party. Shahbaz Sharif, who has been a major player in Pakistani politics since the 1980s, likely will win election and the ruling party will install him as prime minister until the next general election in April.

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  • J&K: 2 militants gunned down by Indian Army in Pulwama; encounter underway
J&K: 2 militants gunned down by Indian Army in Pulwama; encounter underway

As reported by The Global Kashmir , those killed have been identified as Irfan Sheikh and Abid Magray. "The area where the terrorists were hiding was cordoned off and subsequently a search operation was launched in Tahab village on Saturday night", said the police official.

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  • 260000-USD new Ferrari crashes just an hour after being collected
260000-USD new Ferrari crashes just an hour after being collected

Police believe excess speed was not a contributory factor in the collision and the driver, who only had minor cuts and bruises, had been "very lucky", according to the post. "Demonstrating a sense of damaged pride he then said "I've only just got it, picked it up an hour ago". SYP Operational Support says that "road conditions were wet at the tim...

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  • Kerala: Jisha murder case witness found dead
Kerala: Jisha murder case witness found dead

The body was transferred to the Kalamassery Medical College for postmortem examination. The police first listed the name of Sabu, an autorickshaw driver, in the mahassar report of the murder case. Sabu's detention by the police, following a finding that the murderer was one with a gap between his front teeth, led to rumor mills working hard to bran...

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  • Chuck Todd:
Chuck Todd: "Mitch McConnell Is Done", He Has No Political Capital Left

In a dramatic early-morning vote, the Senate voted down Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's latest offer of a bill that would repeal or delay some of Obamacare's mandates and taxes. "This Bill is lighting the American health system on fire with intentionality", Democratic Senator Chris Murphy said after the text was released. "The so-called " s...

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  • Philippine mayor, 6 others killed in drug raids
Philippine mayor, 6 others killed in drug raids

MANILA, Philippines - Ozamiz City Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog and 6 others were killed in a police raid early Sunday, July 30. He said the search warrants were issued against the mayor, vice mayor, Reynaldo Parojinog Jr. The Parojinogs are included in President Rodrigo Duterte's list of those allegedly linked to illegal drug trade . His daughter ...

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  • Tobin Harshaw: Congress slaps Putin with more sanctions, does he actually care?
Tobin Harshaw: Congress slaps Putin with more sanctions, does he actually care?

Trump's willingness to support the measure is a remarkable acknowledgement that he has yet to sell his party on his hopes for forging a warmer relationship with Moscow . But Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., said that would be a serious mistake and called Scaramucci's remark an "off-handed comment". "It took us a while to figure this out and come together...

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  • Highway 97 Closed As Clinton Evacuated
Highway 97 Closed As Clinton Evacuated

The wildfire service says there are still 130 fires burning across the province, and more than $160.8 million has been spent this season on fighting fires. Interior due to the threat of wildfire. Officials said Friday that roughly 5,000 people remain displaced by evacuation orders, although the exact number of people now out of their homes is unc...

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