• California man sues lottery over denied $5M Scratcher winnings
California man sues lottery over denied $5M Scratcher winnings

The teen's father, Ward Thomas, filed a lawsuit against the California Lottery Commission and the corporate owners of the Long Beach gas station that sold the ticket. The plaintiff claims that at no time did the store tell his son he could not purchase Scratchers tickets because of his age. Thomas filed a suit against the commission, which stated...

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  • Former Priest Convicted of Child Rape to Go Free
Former Priest Convicted of Child Rape to Go Free

Shanley, one of the most notorious figures in the clergy sex abuse scandal, was sentenced in 2005 to 12 to 15 years in prison for raping a boy repeatedly at St. While the doctors still haven't finished their final reports, the Middlesex DA's office said they both told them Shanley doesn't fit the legal criteria to be considered a sexually unsafe pe...

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  • Committee issues subpoena for Paul Manafort to testify
Committee issues subpoena for Paul Manafort to testify

The person demanded anonymity to discuss the private negotiations. _Contributed by AP writer Chad Day. Manafort, who would be named the campaign's chairman days after the June 9, 2016 meeting, attended at Trump Jr.'s request, as did Trump's son-in-law Kushner.

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  • Former CIA Director calls for Coup if Trump fires Deep State Mueller
Former CIA Director calls for Coup if Trump fires Deep State Mueller

So I think we would see strong and bipartisan resistance to the firing of Jeff Sessions, and I think the president would have great difficulty getting a successor attorney general confirmed in the Senate without confirmation hearings, and those confirmation hearings would focus on the importance of the independence of the attorney general, which is...

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  • Rangers' Stewart Robertson and Hamilton's Les Gray join SPFL board
Rangers' Stewart Robertson and Hamilton's Les Gray join SPFL board

Earlier this month the Supreme Court ruled in favour of HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), Britain's tax authority, in a long-running dispute that focussed on more than £47 million being paid to Rangers players, managers and directors between 2001 and 2010 in tax-free loans.

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  • Turkey's Erdogan says Israel will suffer most from al-Aksa dispute
Turkey's Erdogan says Israel will suffer most from al-Aksa dispute

The move came after intensive worldwide diplomacy seeking to stop the outbreak of wider unrest, with warnings that it could spread far beyond Israel and the Palestinian territories. The installation of the metal detectors set off widespread protests and deadly Israeli-Palestinian violence in the past week. On the very same day, three Israeli nation...

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  • Senate panel rescinds subpoena for Trump's ex-campaign head
Senate panel rescinds subpoena for Trump's ex-campaign head

The Senate Judiciary Committee issued the subpoena to ensure Manafort would publicly testify on Wednesday about his connections to any foreign governments, the Washington Times reported on Tuesday. Both Manafort and Kushner have been cooperating with the committees which, along with Special Counsel Robert Mueller , are probing Russia's interfere...

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  • Reform movement joins health advocacy groups in urging rejection of Obamacare repeal
Reform movement joins health advocacy groups in urging rejection of Obamacare repeal

The CEOs of 70 of the largest USA health care companies cumulatively have earned $9.8 billion in the seven years since the Affordable Care Act was passed, and their earnings have grown faster than most Americans' during that time, according to an Axios analysis of federal financial documents.

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  • Israeli settlers occupy disputed building in Hebron
Israeli settlers occupy disputed building in Hebron

The decision was then made to declare the home a close military zone, off-limits to Palestinians and Israelis, yet, the colonists remained in the property. The ownership of the Hebron building, which is next to the Cave of the Patriarchs and known as the Machpelah House, is under appeal. There is constant friction between Hebron's 200,000 Pal...

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  • OnePlus explains why the OnePlus 5 was rebooting when calling emergency numbers
OnePlus explains why the OnePlus 5 was rebooting when calling emergency numbers

This protocol determines the phone's location by measuring the amount of time taken for an LTE signal to reach a mobile phone tower. The company also shared that it has resolved the issue with the chipmaker Qualcomm. All OnePlus 5 users did not complaint about facing the same problem, but many users were issue. Late last week an update was released...

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  • Abortion opponents let Kentucky clinic buffer zone stand
Abortion opponents let Kentucky clinic buffer zone stand

Now members of an anti-abortion group says they're fine a decision to keep the restraining order in place. " Enforcement of the current TRO and buffer zone will serve to maintain public safety and protect both the rights of individuals seeking access to EMW and the protected First Amendment rights of individuals wishing to communicate directly wi...

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  • Milford man charged with attempted murder of parents
Milford man charged with attempted murder of parents

Kiraly's mother recalls nearly blacking out before his father, who was in the house, heard the commotion and separated them, according to police. Police were called to Kiraly's parents' home on Saturday at about 7:45 a.m. Officers responded to the residence Kiraly had gone to and took custody of him. Kiraly, 27 of Milford, is being charged with...

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  • Trump Announces Ban on Transgender Service in Military
Trump Announces Ban on Transgender Service in Military

President Donald Trump will bar transgender individuals from serving in the US military, he said, arguing their service brought "tremendous medical costs and disruption". Their research found that treating transgender troops would cost as much as $8 million per year and have a negligible effect on the military's readiness to fight.

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  • Global efforts underway to ease Al-Aqsa Mosque tensions
Global efforts underway to ease Al-Aqsa Mosque tensions

Abbas , who has already cut contact with Israel over the matter, claimed the situation is a "racist plot" to "Jewify and take over al-Aqsa", saying that Palestinians will see the holy sites released from the occupation. There is speculation that Israel agreed to remove the metal detectors in return for Jordan letting Israeli embassy staff leave t...

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  • Afghan soldiers killed as Taliban storm base
Afghan soldiers killed as Taliban storm base

Almost 40 soldiers of the Afghan National Army (ANA) forces have lost their lives in an attack by the Taliban insurgents in southern Kandahar province of Afghanistan . Saleem Rasooli, head of Kabul hospitals, put the death toll at 31 and said at least 40 others were injured in the blast. The Interior Ministry in a statement called the atta...

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  • Swiss police arrest chainsaw-wielding attacker after cross-border manhunt
Swiss police arrest chainsaw-wielding attacker after cross-border manhunt

Swiss public broadcaster SRF reported Tuesday that all-night searches for 51-year-old suspect Franz Wrousis, who attacked two health insurance employees in their office in Schaffhausen and then fled, were not successful. Wrousis was already known to law enforcement for repeated weapons offenses, for which he was detained in 2014 and 2016. "We didn'...

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  • Man seriously injured by alligator in Florida
Man seriously injured by alligator in Florida

Iman told NBC-2 that he checked the water before going in and didn't see anything suspicious. "I tried to get away, and it tried to pull me in". Moments later, the animal attacked him from behind. In a recording of the 911 call released by authorities, the employee is heard saying "it looks like his, his trousers are torn". Iman was bitten on t...

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  • Israel removing metal detectors from Al-Aqsa compound, security cameras remain: director
Israel removing metal detectors from Al-Aqsa compound, security cameras remain: director

Israel's security cabinet accepted "the recommendation of all the security bodies to change the inspection with metal detectors to a security inspection based on advanced technologies and other means", a statement from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office said.

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  • Russian Federation probe: Trump son-in-law Kushner denies collusion
Russian Federation probe: Trump son-in-law Kushner denies collusion

Ryan's comments in a radio interview in Milwaukee come as President Donald Trump repeatedly has dismissed Mueller's investigation as a political witch hunt. Schiff said the panel could ask Kushner to testify further if still has further questions after Tuesday. Kushner writes that he received a "random email" on October 30, 2016, from a screenn...

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  • Transgender people will not be allowed to serve in United States military
Transgender people will not be allowed to serve in United States military

His tweet appears to reverse the Obama administration's decision a year ago to allow transgender people to serve openly in the military. President Donald Trump tweeted Wednesday that the United States military will not allow transgender individuals to serve their country, citing "tremendous medical costs and disruption" that their service wou...

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