• Flash floods kill 9 swimmers at USA river
Flash floods kill 9 swimmers at USA river

The lawsuit claims Noor and the other officers violated the woman's rights when they entered her home without her permission and Noor grabbed her wrist and upper arm. Emerging onto a paved road, they drove up the mountain to a bridge that was below where the waters would sweep through the swimming hole . A flash flood warning was in effect for...

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  • United Arab Emirates Hacked Qatar, Sparking Gulf Crisis
United Arab Emirates Hacked Qatar, Sparking Gulf Crisis

In an interview, Mohammed Cherkaoui, professor on conflict resolution at George Mason University, said the new Washington Post "bombshell" shows that the Gulf crisis "is moving from one escalation to another". The emir, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, had been quoted in May as praising Hamas and saying that Iran was an "Islamic power", the...

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  • This is
This is "Made in America" Week

While President Trump and his administration are importuning others to 'make it in America, ' maybe he should demand it of his businesses first?" A White House official ducked the question when CBS Correspondent Mark Knoller asked about products made overseas.

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  • India, not China, is among the fastest growing economies
India, not China, is among the fastest growing economies

The statement followed Moody's decision in May to downgrade China for the first time in nearly three decades on concerns over its ballooning credit and slowing growth . Steel rebar margins were nearly 1,000 yuan ($147.77) per tonne in June, enticing mills to increase output, said Bai Jing, analyst at Galaxy Futures.

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  • Turkish Parliament Extends State of Emergency for 90 days
Turkish Parliament Extends State of Emergency for 90 days

Thousands of people are participating in marches in Istanbul and Ankara this weekend. The president arrived with his wife, addressed the masses and attended the opening of a memorial located on the bridge. Turkey's main opposition party has accused the government of blocking a full investigation into last summer's attempted coup and using the...

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  • As Tensions Mount, South Korea Proposes Military Talks with DPRK
As Tensions Mount, South Korea Proposes Military Talks with DPRK

In a statement, Vice Defense Minister Suh Choo Suk said on Monday, that the South's defense officials are proposing talks to be held at the border village of Panmunjom on Friday aimed at ending hostile activities along the border. Moon has said he will use both dialogue and pressure to resolve the standoff over North Korea's nuclear and missile...

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  • Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte slated for Miss Universe rape joke
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte slated for Miss Universe rape joke

He said there is no law that prohibits a President from threatening people who try to destroy the country. Despite a move toward a more independent foreign policy and pursuing warmer ties with China and Russia , Duterte affirmed on Friday that he can not enter into military alliances with other countries as it would violate the Mutual Defense ...

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  • Game of Thrones tapestry unveiled in new tourism drive
Game of Thrones tapestry unveiled in new tourism drive

Tourism officials use the HBO show to draw visitors to Northern Ireland, where much of the hit series is filmed. The tapestry was woven and hand-embroidered from material provided by Thomas Ferguson Irish Linen in Banbridge. It offers fans a chance to relive events such as the Red Wedding and the Battle of Hardhome, many of which were filmed in...

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  • South Korea proposes military talks to North Korea
South Korea proposes military talks to North Korea

Less than two weeks after North Korea's first intercontinental ballistic missile test, South Korea's new president has offered to hold talks at the tense border separating the two Koreas in what would be the rivals' first face-to-face meeting since late 2015.

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  • United States considers sanctions on Chinese companies over North Korea
United States considers sanctions on Chinese companies over North Korea

Seoul's proposal for two sets of talks indicates President Moon Jae-in is pushing to improve ties with Pyongyang despite the North's first intercontinental ballistic missile this month. North Korea's state-run daily Rodong Sinmun on Saturday published an article branding the South Korean president's offer of cross-border rapprochement as misleadin...

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  • Groundbreaking medical pot case allowed to move forward
Groundbreaking medical pot case allowed to move forward

The HR staffer cited federal law, which labels marijuana a Schedule 1 drug even though it had been decriminalized in MA and was legal in some other states at the time. However, she was sacked in September, when she claims the business decided, "We follow federal law, not state law". Barbuto suffers from a gastrointestinal condition called Chron's D...

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  • NY Attorney General to sue if Obamacare repeal becomes law
NY Attorney General to sue if Obamacare repeal becomes law

Schneiderman said provisions in both the Senate and House plans to defund Planned Parenthood services "would create an undue burden" on women's constitutional right to reproductive health care, including the right to choose abortion. Andrew Cuomo says tourism in the North Country of NY is booming. "If this inhumane bill ever becomes law, I will go...

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  • Governor Rauner to Talk Education Funding in Rockford Monday
Governor Rauner to Talk Education Funding in Rockford Monday

That would result in a cut of almost half of a $293 million funding boost for state aid and pensions CPS would receive in the legislation, freeing up $145 million for other school districts, according to funding data posted on Rauner's website.

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  • UAE Wants International Monitoring of Qatar
UAE Wants International Monitoring of Qatar

Officials came to know about the newly analyzed information gathered by USA intelligence agencies confirmed that on May 23, senior members of the UAE government discussed the plan and its implementation. The newspaper report, published online Sunday evening, cited unnamed USA intelligence officials. "Inciting violence, encouraging radicalization, a...

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  • Tromba d'aria a Ostia, lettini e ombrelloni colpiscono i passanti
Tromba d'aria a Ostia, lettini e ombrelloni colpiscono i passanti

Problemi anche nelle zone di Rosciano, Cepagatti e Manoppello: un po' ovunque alberi e pali caduti o pericolanti. Sul posto sono intervenute una automedica e quattro ambulanze del 118. Le persone presenti sull'arenile - molto affollato - sono state colte di sorpresa dal fenomeno partito dalla spiaggia e poi spostatosi verso l'acqua: molte attre...

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  • West Nile virus found in Weld, Larimer and Delta counties
West Nile virus found in Weld, Larimer and Delta counties

Charles Ruis. Last year, the state had 149 reported human cases, which included eight deaths, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. The mosquitoes were found in an area north of Honcut and south of Palermo. TAP HERE for West Nile Virus information from the Texas Department of State Health Services.

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  • Two Years in, Iran Nuclear Deal Has Failed
Two Years in, Iran Nuclear Deal Has Failed

While Trump promised during his campaign to "rip up" what he called "the worst deal ever", since taking office his administration has conceded not only that Iran is abiding by the deal but that the United States should do so as well. "On seven different occasions, the IAEA declared that Iran is entirely fulfilling its part of the deal". Of cour...

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  • Tesla Names James Murdoch and Linda Johnson Rice to Board
Tesla Names James Murdoch and Linda Johnson Rice to Board

James Murdoch , the CEO of 21st Century Fox, has joined Tesla's board of directors, the energy-efficient auto company run by Elon Musk said Monday. He previously was the conglomerate's co-COO, chairman and CEO for Europe and Asia, as well as chairman of BSkyB, Sky Deutschland, and Sky Italia, the businesses that now comprise Sky plc.

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  • Collins: More Republican senators have concerns about health care bill
Collins: More Republican senators have concerns about health care bill

A revised draft of the Senate's Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017 (BCRA) was released Thursday, and new spending and coverage estimates from the Congressional Budget Office are expected to be released Monday. Last month McConnell had to cancel a vote on a previous version of the legislation as GOP opposition left its defeat assured. With t...

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  • Palestinian Terrorist Killed After Attacking Israeli Officers in Protest of Broken…
Palestinian Terrorist Killed After Attacking Israeli Officers in Protest of Broken…

Khalil managed to escape the scene by vehicle, and in the evening again opened fire toward a military post in the village of Nabi Saleh, where he lived. He committed both attacks together with his fiancée, Ruan Ambar, apparently as a result of their families' rejection of their engagement. The gun used was an improvised Carlo-style submachine gun...

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