• AP Top 25: Sooners and Cowboys crack Top 10 in preseason rankings
AP Top 25: Sooners and Cowboys crack Top 10 in preseason rankings

Nebraska (4) and Michigan State (1) all are receiving votes. Other Big 12 programs joining the Wildcats in the 2017 Preseason AP Top 25 were Oklahoma (7th), Oklahoma State (10th), West Virginia (22nd) and Texas (23rd). Alabama is the only Southeastern Conference team in the top 10, but the SEC still leads the way with six teams in the Top 25...

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  • BJP registers a thumping victory in Mira Bhayander civic polls
BJP registers a thumping victory in Mira Bhayander civic polls

One unopposed seat, has already been won by Congress. The polls recorded a 47 per cent turnout. Sena has 93 candidates and while Congress has given tickets to 75 candidates in this election. The victory is significant for the ruling BJP in Maharashtra since it chose to contest the civic polls on its own in keeping with its strategy for municipa...

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  • Storm chances and cooler weather return
Storm chances and cooler weather return

Again timing will be key with the forecast to predict the storms for the day. For the rest of the week , we'll remain in the upper 70s with more sunshine. Tuesday-Wednesday: Mix of Sun and Clouds with Scattered Afternoon Storms. Hot. Partly sunny, with a high near 86. Hope is not all lost, says FOX 5's Tucker Barnes, who says we're not looking a...

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  • Two Killed in Zoar Valley Fall
Two Killed in Zoar Valley Fall

Another hiker, a child between five and 10-years-old, was taken by Mercy Flight to Women and Children's Hospital for treatment. The Green's eldest son, Jacob was later found walking the gorge floor and taken to the hospital where he was treated for non life threatening injuries.

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  • Two more die: Swine Flu toll mounts to 16 in Odisha
Two more die: Swine Flu toll mounts to 16 in Odisha

The largest number of deaths recorded until August 13 were reported from Maharashtra (409) and Gujarat (190), according to Health Ministry data. It is only the beginning of the influenza A H1N1 season but the city has already reported 863 positive cases of the disease so far.

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  • `No Deal' With EU No Disaster for Post-Brexit UK, Says Report
`No Deal' With EU No Disaster for Post-Brexit UK, Says Report

The British government said it would publish its plans on Monday on how to allow the most frictionless trade possible in goods and services between the country and the EU. The Government's understanding of the practical implications of this outcome is finally becoming evident, which should be reassuring for businesses.

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  • Spanish police kill suspected Barcelona attack driver Younes Abouyaaqoub
Spanish police kill suspected Barcelona attack driver Younes Abouyaaqoub

Police are also investigating the possibility that the suspect stabbed and killed a Spanish man before stealing his auto. Four other suspects have been arrested. Investigators believe the terror cell comprised at least 12 men, some of them teenagers. They have raised the possibility that he died in an explosion Wednesday evening at a house believed...

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  • Malaysia sites hacked after blunder over Indonesian flag
Malaysia sites hacked after blunder over Indonesian flag

At least 33 local websites have been hacked and defaced by Indonesian hacker group KidsZonk, who are ostensibly unhappy by the flag blunder in the official souvenir booklet of the Kuala Lumpur SEA Games 2017. The swimmers, Jacqueline Lim and Nur Hafizah Ahmad, were shown next to what appeared to be a flag for Brunei's armed forces. "Our Foreign...

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  • Cambridge University Press makes U-turn in China censorship row
Cambridge University Press makes U-turn in China censorship row

CUP said they chose to comply with Beijing's request in order to prevent other contents or materials from being blocked in China. Cambridge University Press (CUP) have announced their decision to restore 315 censored articles to their website in China.

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  • McDonald's to Close 169 Locations in India
McDonald's to Close 169 Locations in India

Meanwhile, McDonald's India said it was already scouting for a new partner to re-establish a profitable business in the north and east of the country. Ltd. CPRL, a 50:50 joint venture between Vikram Bakshi and McDonald's, will now also not be able to use the latter's systems, trademark and designs and this will come into effect within 15 days f...

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  • Indian woman wins divorce over lack of toilet in home
Indian woman wins divorce over lack of toilet in home

In India, women are granted divorce by family courts only if it's proved that she's subject to physical torture or domestic violence. Women in the Indian state of rural Rajasthan are often forced to wait until sunset to relieve themselves outdoors, the court said.

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  • San Diego's Skies to Be Partly Cloudy for Solar Eclipse
San Diego's Skies to Be Partly Cloudy for Solar Eclipse

Chance of precipitation is 20 percent. The best viewing conditions will be for our northern counties as we're expecting more clouds especially to the south of Macon. New rainfall amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch except higher amounts possible in thunderstorms. Sunny through mid morning, then becoming mostly cloudy - high near 94.

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  • Yamaha Fazer 25 launched at Rs1.28 lakh in India
Yamaha Fazer 25 launched at Rs1.28 lakh in India

This is the second bike from the company this year, after the roll out of FZ 25 in January, and will hit the road next month. If you have satisfied with the Specs, just check the Yamaha Fazer 250 Price In India here. It claims to offer a mileage of 43kmpl. Based on a reliable 249 cc single-cylinder engine - proven on sport bikes in the Japane...

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  • 3 in Preseason AP Poll
3 in Preseason AP Poll

The No. 12 ranking revealed Monday is in line with preseason expectations: Auburn was ranked No. 13 in the preseason coaches poll released August 3 and picked to finish second in the West and overall in a poll conducted at July's SEC Media Days.

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  • No more excuses. Congress must censure President Trump
No more excuses. Congress must censure President Trump

That moment is the appropriate time to condemn white supremacist ideology, denounce the murderer, and express the hope that the nation can learn to live together better as we mourn our dead. Trump's campaign, and is now his chief strategist. "And I Sorely Regret It". But now Bannon has gone public with this view in a pair of new interviews.

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  • John Oliver on Trump: 'Terrifying entity who viciously attacks his enemies'
John Oliver on Trump: 'Terrifying entity who viciously attacks his enemies'

In addition to going after Trump, he also went after some of the politicians who danced around condemning the President by name. "The problem is, the one he was working for is still very much there". So, after a blistering attack on Trump's remarks and all of Congress in general, where did we see Oliver go from here? What do you think about this ...

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  • 1 dead after vehicle runs into bus stops in Marseille
1 dead after vehicle runs into bus stops in Marseille

French police wrote on Twitter that a " Marseille police operation is underway", advising the public to avoid the port area. He says it is too early to blame the incident on terrorism, but "given the times" it can not be excluded as a motive.

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  • American killed, 1 injured in Spain attacks
American killed, 1 injured in Spain attacks

His sister, Tina Luke, told the Associated Press that Tucker and his wife, Heidi Nunes-Tucker, were celebrating their honeymoon in Barcelona . A father from Legnano in northern Italy is being praised as a hero who protected his children during an attack in Barcelona.

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  • S.Korean President vows to prevent war
S.Korean President vows to prevent war

Gen Joseph Dunford said the USA priority was diplomacy but added that military options were being prepared should sanctions against the North fail. "In reality, he can't say a word to Trump over an uncoordinated, excessive comment that threatens to send the Korean Peninsula to the path of war".

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  • Dutch Bros. recalling solar eclipse glasses due to safety concern
Dutch Bros. recalling solar eclipse glasses due to safety concern

Because the safety of its customers is of the utmost importance to them, Dutch Bros has issued the voluntary recall. Only glasses meeting that worldwide safety regulation are recommended to be used during the eclipse to protect eyesight. If you can see things like household lights, they aren't safe. In a press release, the company said it quest...

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