• Video shows OH man trip suspect running from police
Video shows OH man trip suspect running from police

Without hesitation, a quick-thinking grandfather with a cane stepped in to trip the man with his right leg, which allowed police to get cuffs on him. April 3, 2018 "Bill" was at a west Columbus library with his granddaughter. In the footage, the officers can be heard repeatedly warning the suspect to stop as they chase him, weapons drawn. The u...

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"Very Humiliating": 50 Winners Skip National Film Awards

Over 50 award winners did not turn up at the presentation ceremony of the National Film Awards 2018 held on May 3. It was on Wednesday that the awardees were informed that a large segment of the awards will not be presented by the President.

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  • Chris Froome crashes in warm-up, then loses 37 seconds to Tom Dumoulin
Chris Froome crashes in warm-up, then loses 37 seconds to Tom Dumoulin

The four-time Tour de France champion, racing for Team Sky , begins his Giro attempt at 14:41 BST. Dumoulin had stated that he would not have entered the race if he was in the same predicament as Froome, who is confident he will be cleared of wrongdoing after he was found to have double the permitted limit of the asthma medication Salbutamol in ...

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  • Suisun comic store to host Free Comic Book Day
Suisun comic store to host Free Comic Book Day

Participating Hawaii Island libraries include Hilo, Kailua-Kona and Thelma Parker. The store is open from 10 a.m.to 6 p.m. "We will be giving out one free comic per person at 11 a.m. This year marks the 17th annual event that promotes literacy through the art of comics. "On Free Comic Book Day the comics are special in that they are speci...

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  • Judge questions whether Mueller team overreached with Manafort case
Judge questions whether Mueller team overreached with Manafort case

He said that Mueller improperly took over existing Justice Department investigations into Manafort without adequately explaining what connection it had to the Russian Federation probe. To Ellis, this logic amounted to the special counsel's office saying "We said this was what [the] investigation was about, but we are not bound by it and we were l...

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  • Giuliani becomes aggressive new face of Trump legal team
Giuliani becomes aggressive new face of Trump legal team

That said, when Trump and lawyer Rudy Giuliani reversed course Wednesday and Thursday, confessing that Trump did know about the Stormy Daniels deal and did reimburse Michael Cohen for the $130,000, the White House reporters seemed to finally reach their breaking point.

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  • Golden State Killer Suspect Doesn't Want Prosecutors Taking Pictures Of His Penis
Golden State Killer Suspect Doesn't Want Prosecutors Taking Pictures Of His Penis

And that takes us to the methods used to identify a suspect in a long-running serial murder and rape case in California , an individual known as the Golden State Killer . Investigators are expected to take the DNA evidence and photographs sometime this week. Using DNA to catch criminals used to be limited by the fact that law enforcement database...

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  • CVS Health beats expectations for Q1, 2018 forecast
CVS Health beats expectations for Q1, 2018 forecast

Analysts expected, on average, earnings of $1.41 per share on $45.77 billion in revenue, according to FactSet. CVS Health (NYSE:CVS) last announced its earnings results on Wednesday, May 2nd. Jefferies maintained the shares of CORE in report on Wednesday, June 21 with "Hold" rating. Aviance Capital Management Llc, which manages about $2.2...

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  • Slip of the tongue: Macron thanks Turnbull and 'delicious' wife Lucy
Slip of the tongue: Macron thanks Turnbull and 'delicious' wife Lucy

The word for delicious in French is "delicieux" which also translates as "delightful". Reports that China was considering building a military base in Vanuatu had raised alarm bells, but China has since denied this. "May 1 is Workers' Day, not the day of the hooligans", he told a press conference. Macron added: "And especially New Caledonian shrim...

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  • Dead After Eating E. Coli-Infected Romaine Lettuce in California
Dead After Eating E. Coli-Infected Romaine Lettuce in California

Kentucky, Massachusetts and Utah are the latest states to report illnesses bringing the total number of states impacted to 25. This strain of E. coli produces a toxin that causes vomiting and diarrhea and potentially other severe symptoms, including in some cases kidney failure.

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  • The US has accused China of blinding lasers American pilots
The US has accused China of blinding lasers American pilots

FAA coordinates for the origin of the laser attacks reveal a location in the sea 750 meters from China's base, Jane's Defense reported . China's only overseas military base in Djibouti , Africa , has been using high-powered lasers to interfere with USA military aircraft from a nearby American base, and they have reportedly been aiming the la...

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  • Egypt's Salah wins writers' footballer of the year award
Egypt's Salah wins writers' footballer of the year award

Salah helped secure Liverpool's qualification to the UEFA Champions League Final after beating AS Roma 7-6 on aggregate in the semifinal. The Reds are now in third place in the Premier League table as they bid to try and book their place in the group stage of next season's Champions League via a top-four finish.

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  • Quarter gold demand hits 10-year low
Quarter gold demand hits 10-year low

Global demand for gold fell seven per cent in the first quarter to its lowest in a decade as fears in China eased over the strength of the yuan and rangebound prices leading to a major decline in appetite for bullion as an investment. "Although demand was down year-on-year, we saw encouraging levels of jewellery demand in China, the United States...

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  • Cauvery dispute: Centre's arguments doesn't cut ice in Tamil Nadu
Cauvery dispute: Centre's arguments doesn't cut ice in Tamil Nadu

The apex court had earlier given May 3 as the deadline for the Centre to frame the draft scheme for setting up the CMB. The Supreme Court has asked Karnataka to see how much water can be released to Tamil Nadu and asked it to appraise the court by the 8th of this month.

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  • Russian pilots killed in military jet crash in Syria
Russian pilots killed in military jet crash in Syria

All 33 passengers and six crew members were killed in the crash, RIA-Novosti reported , citing the Defense Ministry. "There was no fire impact on the plane", the ministry said. Back in October 2017, a Su-24 bomber crashed during takeoff from Hmeimim, killing both pilots. But Russian nationals are regularly reported to be serving as paid mercen...

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  • United Kingdom to continue probe despite Cambridge Analytica shutting shop
United Kingdom to continue probe despite Cambridge Analytica shutting shop

In a Wednesday press release , London , U.K. -based Cambridge Analytica announced that it had "filed applications to commence insolvency proceedings in the U.K." and was "immediately ceasing all operations". Facebook has informed the government that "only 335 people" in India were directly affected through the installation of an app and another...

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  • Paul Ryan reverses on firing liberal chaplain
Paul Ryan reverses on firing liberal chaplain

Ryan - revoked that decision, writing a letter saying he had served "honorably" and didn't think he should go. Conroy also wrote that he was never "disciplined" or "reprimanded" during his time as chaplain and that he never "heard a complaint" about his ministry.

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  • Dozens of quakes signal new Kilauea volcano outbreak 'possible' - Hawaii News Now
Dozens of quakes signal new Kilauea volcano outbreak 'possible' - Hawaii News Now

The reports come in the wake of a 5.0-magnitude quake that shook the Big Island Thursday morning, and after hundreds of small tremors rattled residents for days. The U.S. Geological Survey says new ground cracks were reported Thursday afternoon. Residents of high-risk areas are urged to prepare an emergency plan, and report any unusual events...

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  • Conservatives suffer first loss of the night in London elections in Richmond
Conservatives suffer first loss of the night in London elections in Richmond

European Union citizens are able to vote, unlike in general elections, and some campaigners have been pressing Brexit as an issue.However, questions of local tax rates, bin collection and the state of the roads also dominate many campaigns, making analysts wary of drawing too many national lessons from the results.Polls opened at 7am (0600 GMT) and...

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  • Political temperature heats up ahead of Assembly polls in Karnataka
Political temperature heats up ahead of Assembly polls in Karnataka

On Tuesday, Modi had used the Namo App to communicate with the BJP's Kisan Morcha in Karnataka and asked party workers to publicise the Centre's farmer-friendly schemes. Devaraja Urs, Ramakrishna Hegde, S. Bangarappa and even B.S. Yeddyurappa attempted their hands in vain for establishment of a regional force. Mr Modi stating that Karnataka w...

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