• Food worker charged with trying to kill baby in toilet
Food worker charged with trying to kill baby in toilet

Sarah Jane Lockner, 25, of Redwood City, was arrested on September 4, 2017 after reportedly giving birth to a baby girl then trying to flush the newborn down a toilet at the McDonald's restaurant where she worked. The co-worker told investigators she stepped down and heard the toilet flush. Police were called to the scene and found the baby had n...

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  • Hurricane Irma: More than 27000 without power in Collier, Lee
Hurricane Irma: More than 27000 without power in Collier, Lee

The latest forecast of Irma's eye _ which still can change _ keeps the almost 400-mile wide (640-kilometer) storm in the water, barely off the coast of southwestern Florida's Fort Myers and Naples. In North Carolina and SC, where Duke Energy provides electricity for more than 4 million customers, the utility said it has turned the power back on f...

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  • Woman drives 20 miles with coyote 'embedded' in auto
Woman drives 20 miles with coyote 'embedded' in auto

She then heard a crunch sound and believed that she had hit and killed the animal. A coyote in Alberta, Canada, went for a wild ride last week after being hit by a woman's auto and being embedded in the car's grille. Miraculously the coyote's injuries were not severe and Knox called Alberta's Fish and Wildlife Enforcement to help free the trapped...

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  • Trump's Wednesday Tweets: Hurricanes and Tax Relief
Trump's Wednesday Tweets: Hurricanes and Tax Relief

As North Dakota's former tax commissioner, I understand how much these issues directly impact North Dakota families, farmers, and workers - which is why any tax reform plan must be done with their best interest in mind. The White House says President Donald Trump's dinner with Republican and Democratic senators to talk taxes was "highly product...

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  • Body of missing pregnant Maryland teacher found; suspect arrested
Body of missing pregnant Maryland teacher found; suspect arrested

Laura Wallen, 31, last contacted her family on September 4 via text message. Laura Elizabeth Wallen , 31, of Olney, was a social studies teacher at Wilde Lake High School in Howard County, where she taught since 2014. "I pray that she's safe and that she comes back". Circumstances surrounding her disappearance and death are still being investi...

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  • Trump administration sued over phone searches at U.S. borders
Trump administration sued over phone searches at U.S. borders

U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agents search a vehicle at the Nogales Border Station in Nogales, Ariz. None of the individuals has subsequently been accused of wrongdoing. Investing border agents with this kind of authority invites abuse and discrimination and will inevitably have a chilling effect on the freedoms of speech and association.

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  • Fake News IS Fanning Flames Of Violence, Says Suu Kyi
Fake News IS Fanning Flames Of Violence, Says Suu Kyi

Suu Kyi has been repeatedly criticized over her response to the crisis, particularly given her previous work as a defender of human rights which won her the Nobel Peace Prize. World Food Program is providing food to some 70,000 people as they arrive in Cox's Bazar and to almost 60,000 people living in camps and makeshift settlements.

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  • South Korea conducts cruise missile drill amid North Korea threats
South Korea conducts cruise missile drill amid North Korea threats

The United States is on the path of military confrontation with North Korea, a diplomat from the isolated country said Tuesday, making clear that the new U.S. And the USA ambassador, Nikki Haley , says the resolution is meant to starve the regime of the money it needs to develop its nuclear and missile programs.

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  • Shkreli's bail revoked in fraud case, heads to jail
Shkreli's bail revoked in fraud case, heads to jail

Shkreli , who is best known for hiking up the price of a life-saving drug and for trolling his critics on social media, was found guilty last month on charges, unrelated to the price-fixing scandal, that he cheated investors in two failed hedge funds he ran.

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  • As 'Tribute' To Pradyuman Thakur, Hackers Take Down Ryan School Websites
As 'Tribute' To Pradyuman Thakur, Hackers Take Down Ryan School Websites

Senior advocate K T S Tulsi said in a statement, "The fundamental right under Article 21 (Right to Life and Personal Liberty) is being infringed". KTS Tulsi , representing the school management has requested the court to transfer case out of Haryana to Delhi's Saket Court.

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  • Hillary Clinton's new book includes a joke about Kelly Clarkson
Hillary Clinton's new book includes a joke about Kelly Clarkson

When I was secretary of state, I came out of that job with I think a 69% approval rating because I was in service to my country it. "The deputy attorney general, backed by the attorney general of this administration, laid out in excruciating detail all of the protocols and rules that [Comey] broke", Clinton said.

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  • Marines taken to hospitals after tank catches fire at Camp Pendleton
Marines taken to hospitals after tank catches fire at Camp Pendleton

All Marines are now being treated for unspecified injuries at various area hospitals. According to a defense official who was not authorized to discuss the incident publicly, so spoke on condition of anonymity, several were seriously hurt.

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  • Last-Ditch GOP Effort to Repeal Obamacare Unveiled in the Senate
Last-Ditch GOP Effort to Repeal Obamacare Unveiled in the Senate

How much money each state would get would be based on a complex formula that could cause a significant shift in federal funding among states. One reason for optimism on the new plan among Republicans is that Graham is good friends with Arizona Sen.

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  • Hospital Officials: Active Shooter at Dartmouth-Hitchcock
Hospital Officials: Active Shooter at Dartmouth-Hitchcock

Authorities say the incident is over and the hospital is safe. Local broadcaster WMUR9 showed live footage from outside the hospital , with dozens of employees and patients evacuated from the building. John Kacavas, the medical center's chief legal officer, thanked police and the attorney general's office for their response to a "tragic situ...

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  • Victim identified in possible Sumter Co. carbon monoxide poisoning death
Victim identified in possible Sumter Co. carbon monoxide poisoning death

One of the adults was pronounced dead at the hospital, while the others were treated for carbon-monoxide poisoning. One person who tried to get out, was found deceased on the front lawn. Orange County Sheriff's Office spokesman Jeff Williamson said that two people were dead inside the residence and a third made it outside, but died not long after e...

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  • Hurricane Jose is moving west with 90-mph winds
Hurricane Jose is moving west with 90-mph winds

The National Hurricane Center (NHC) has announced that both Jose and Katia have been upgraded to hurricanes , with the latter having maximum sustained winds of 75 miles per hour. ET. The estimated minimum central pressure is 977 millibars. Because of the close proximity to land, the National Hurricane Center cautioned about the heavy rainfa...

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  • Slumping Dodgers, Cubs add intrigue to NL race — Tipsheet
Slumping Dodgers, Cubs add intrigue to NL race — Tipsheet

For whatever reason, he agreed and after changing out of pajamas, we left the house at 10:56 p.m. PDT. "We can exhale a little bit", Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said afterward. They will do so for the sixth straight year, finishing with three games against the Dodgers at AT&T Park on the final weekend of September. His NL-best ERA dropped ...

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  • Richard Branson Shows the Utter Destruction Hurricane Irma Left Behind
Richard Branson Shows the Utter Destruction Hurricane Irma Left Behind

France and the Netherlands said their islands in the Caribbean were spared major damage from Jose, which passed farther away from the islands than expected. The UK Government itemised the assistance rendered to its territories. "I kept saying, 'Lord, please stop this, and soon, soon, '" said Basch, who was evacuated to Puerto Rico.

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  • Common security only way to resolve Russia-Ukraine dispute
Common security only way to resolve Russia-Ukraine dispute

The Russian government confirmed on Wednesday a BuzzFeed News report that Moscow proposed a sweeping normalization of relations with the USA to the Trump administration in March. "This document represents nothing less than a road map for full-scale normalization of U.S". "It just ignores everything that caused the relationship to deteriorate an...

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  • Lee Elementary Students will move to Lockhart Elementary after fire
Lee Elementary Students will move to Lockhart Elementary after fire

Hillsborough County schools officials are now figuring out where to relocate the 329 students and 49 staff members. Flames could be seen shooting out of the second floor windows of the three-story building as streams of water were poured onto the crumbling roof, which was brand-new.

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