• Men take down suspected drunk driver in citizen's arrest
Men take down suspected drunk driver in citizen's arrest

As the sun set over River Oaks, Texas last Saturday, the scene on the road in front of Alejandro Fernandez and his family was anything but picturesque. He said he called the police, but as he was leaving, he noticed the driver get back in his auto to leave, too. He's trapped. Fernandez goes in for the takedown.

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  • Gov. Brown Signs Extension Of Calif. Cap-And-Trade To 2030
Gov. Brown Signs Extension Of Calif. Cap-And-Trade To 2030

When Schwarzenegger was the governor of California, he backed environmental legislation that's become one of the world's most closely watched initiatives in the fight against global warming. Brown was joined by Schwarzenegger at the signing ceremony in Treasure Island, a neighborhood of San Francisco, where the former governor signed the initial bi...

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  • Nicholas Hoult tipped to play young JRR Tolkien
Nicholas Hoult tipped to play young JRR Tolkien

Tolkien , written by David Gleeson and Stephen Beresford, will take place at the outset of WWI and follow the orphaned author as he befriends a group of outsiders at school just in time for the war to threaten to tear them apart. JRR Tolkien may not have created the high-fantasy genre, but he's definitely one of its most recognisable names and ...

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  • Trump talks pardons, lashes special counsel about Russian Federation probe
Trump talks pardons, lashes special counsel about Russian Federation probe

In an interview on ABC, Jay Sekulow , one of the president's personal attorneys, said the question of whether Mr Trump had the power to pardon himself and his family members had not been discussed. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and top Democrat, Sen. Dianne Feinstein announced they issued a subpoena for Manafort to testify before the Senate Judi...

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  • Israel to remove metal detectors from holy site of al-Aqsa
Israel to remove metal detectors from holy site of al-Aqsa

Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has reiterated his criticism against Israel's moves to restrict the use of holy sites in Jerusalem to Muslims, stressing the path chosen by the Israeli government is risky and will lead to isolation.

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  • Survivor in human smuggling case says people cried, asked for water
Survivor in human smuggling case says people cried, asked for water

People walk though the parking lot of a Walmart, where a truck trailer was found with 8 deceased immigrants, early on the morning of July 23, 2017 in San Antonio , Texas . Bradley told investigators that the trailer had been sold and he was transporting it for his boss from Iowa to Brownsville, Texas . After hearing banging, he told investig...

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  • Never-Before-Released Documents About the Kennedy Assassination Are Made Public
Never-Before-Released Documents About the Kennedy Assassination Are Made Public

Specifically, the records include materials from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Central Intelligence Agency, such as the testimony of KGB defector Yuri Nosenko, who was interviewed about Lee Harvey Oswald's time in the Soviet Union.

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  • Acquires 482 Shares of Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG)
Acquires 482 Shares of Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG)

Several analysts recently weighed in on the stock. Aperio Group LLC boosted its position in shares of Intercontinental Hotels Group by 4.6% in the second quarter. If you are accessing this piece of content on another site, it was stolen and republished in violation of global copyright and trademark law. The original version of this piece of content...

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  • Maduro Demands Explanation of CIA Chief's 'Interventional' Words about Venezuela
Maduro Demands Explanation of CIA Chief's 'Interventional' Words about Venezuela

Critics say the assembly, whose election rules appear created to ensure a majority for Maduro, is meant to institutionalize dictatorship in the South American nation, a member of OPEC. Maduro has expressed his support for detaining the judges, saying Sunday that "one by one" they would be jailed. Maduro has accused the opposition party of plottin...

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  • Florida Georgia Line & Backstreet Boys Confirmed For August 30 CMT Crossroads
Florida Georgia Line & Backstreet Boys Confirmed For August 30 CMT Crossroads

Florida Georgia Line's collaboration with the Backstreet Boys has been so successful, they're taking it to the next level. Backstreet Boys and FGL performed together with Nelly and Chris Lane at Boston's Fenway Park on 7 July (17).

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  • China Demands India Withdraw from Border, Media Blame Ajit Doval for Standoff
China Demands India Withdraw from Border, Media Blame Ajit Doval for Standoff

China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi has blamed India for sparking a border stand-off in the Himalayas by deploying its troops in Chinese territory and called on them to withdraw. Beijing is therefore seen by foreign policy-watchers in New Delhi to be cleverly deflecting the issue. "To such an unruly neighbour, China should reciprocate in a language...

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  • Canadian swimmer Masse sets 100-metre backstroke record, makes history
Canadian swimmer Masse sets 100-metre backstroke record, makes history

Her time was 58.10 seconds, breaking a world record that stood for eight years. Around this time previous year, Kylie Masse might not have pictured herself as a world champion and record holder. "It's hard the other 364 days of the year", Ledecky said, barely breathing hard. Lilly King of the United States and Britain's Adam Peaty also br...

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  • Sen. Collins: Trump should stop talking about Mueller probe
Sen. Collins: Trump should stop talking about Mueller probe

President Donald Trump's lawyers are looking into the past political affiliations of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigative team (" Trump legal team looking to investigate Robert Mueller's investigative team ", July 21). White House counselor Kellyanne Conway on Sunday referred to "Mr. Mueller and his band of Democratic donors" during an ...

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  • Pharmacology profs call drug in OH execution 'unsuitable'
Pharmacology profs call drug in OH execution 'unsuitable'

Objections over its use are part of the reason OH hasn't had an execution in more than three years. OH has not executed an inmate since January 2014, when inmate Dennis McGuire gasped for air and made guttural noises for about 10 minutes during a longer-than usual execution process, the Associated Press reports .

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  • Open champion Jordan Spieth tipped to match Tiger feats
Open champion Jordan Spieth tipped to match Tiger feats

Only six golfers have ever captured the career Grand Slam: Tiger Woods , Jack Nicklaus , Gary Player , Ben Hogan and Gene Sarazen. Spieth knew he had to close out this Major to throw dirt over the memory of that collapse and, as he said, get "over the hill".

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  • Pro-BDS Activists Refused Boarding on Flight from U.S. to Israel
Pro-BDS Activists Refused Boarding on Flight from U.S. to Israel

The new standards, established by a government committee, bar advocates and organisations that promote boycotting Israel "in an active, continuous and ongoing manner". Three of them were members of Jewish Voices for Peace, a United States organisation that promotes Palestinian rights. "Israel denied me the ability to travel there because of my wo...

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  • Israel begins dismantling metal detectors at Al Aqsa gates
Israel begins dismantling metal detectors at Al Aqsa gates

If cameras with facial recognition were installed, the idea goes, it would be possible to dismantle the metal detectors put in place by the Israeli security authorities in the foreseeable future. What are the politicians doing? The problem is any Israeli-led initiative is likely to be rejected by the Palestinians and possibly Jordan . "I thank ...

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  • Israel removes metal detectors from Al-Aqsa, replaces with cameras
Israel removes metal detectors from Al-Aqsa, replaces with cameras

Many Palestinians had been refusing to visit the complex as long as the metal detectors were there, holding prayers in the street outside the Old City instead. Jordan's government has banned the security guard from leaving the country until an investigation is completed, but according to CNN , the Israeli foreign ministry claimed the security of...

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  • Ugly road rage brawl erupts on busy Sydney road
Ugly road rage brawl erupts on busy Sydney road

Police say at this stage no official compliment has been made yet, but they're looking into the footage. The footage, uploaded on Monday, shows a man approaching a woman at Lake Munmorah and punching her in the head as she stood next to the passenger side of a auto.

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  • Colombia's FARC rebels to launch political party
Colombia's FARC rebels to launch political party

The former rebel group will also soon announce its nominees for five seats in the Senate and five others in Congress that were granted as a condition of the peace agreement signed past year. A former rebel, Erika Montero, said the new political incarnation of the FARC will be "anti-patriarchal" and "anti-imperialist". One option being considere...

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