• Not wearing back seat belts proving to be deadly
Not wearing back seat belts proving to be deadly

The reason for this was illustrated in a video released by the IIHS that shows a crash dummy not wearing a seat belt in the backseat. However, nearly half (400) of the 883 deaths of rear-seat passengers who were not wearing their seat belts could have been prevented by buckling up, estimates a 2015 study by the Governors Highway Safety Asso...

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  • Trump, Russia Agree: Relationship at Distinct Low Point
Trump, Russia Agree: Relationship at Distinct Low Point

This is one of the harshest moves made by the country after a similar policy was implemented by it against Americans in 1986. Medvedev emphasized that the stiff new sanctions amount to the declaration of an "all-out trade war against Russian Federation", but added that it will cope with the challenge and only get stronger.

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  • IRCTC's new tatkal ticket booking service set to make travel easier
IRCTC's new tatkal ticket booking service set to make travel easier

Majority of the tickets under Tatkal quota get booked within minutes. The Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation ( IRCTC ) is offering tatkal tickets online, which can be booked using credit or debit card or will be delivered at their doorsteps on a cash-on-delivery basis.

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  • Australian prime minister: Threat from plane plot is over
Australian prime minister: Threat from plane plot is over

It is because in order to stop people smugglers, we had to deprive them of the product. Trump responded, "That is a good idea". We should do that too. Turnbull tries to appeal to Trump the dealmaker again: "But can I say to you, there is nothing more important in business or politics than a deal is a deal".

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  • US EPA reverses decision to delay smog rule after lawsuits
US EPA reverses decision to delay smog rule after lawsuits

The ozone limit was lowered from 75 to 70 parts per billion to better protect human health in October 2015, by the Obama administration. "Yet again the Trump EPA has chosen to put polluters before the health of the American people", said Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.

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  • OH restaurant ships milkshake hundreds of miles for dying woman's last wish
OH restaurant ships milkshake hundreds of miles for dying woman's last wish

Emily was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and only had weeks to live. "It's like a blessing". "A lot of people have said "this made me feel good" and I know Emily would love the fact that she's making people feel good even though she's not here with us anymore".

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  • North Korea warns of strong response if United States imposes further sanctions
North Korea warns of strong response if United States imposes further sanctions

He's also putting the pressure on China to act. The administration should remind the public that the United States has the conventional firepower to deter North Korea from attacking the USA, to ease the public's fears, he said. "If called upon, we are ready to respond with rapid, lethal, and overwhelming force at a time and place of our choosing"...

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  • Corbyn allies 'backing wrong side' in crisis-hit Venezuela
Corbyn allies 'backing wrong side' in crisis-hit Venezuela

He claimed that shortages of essential goods and medicines were being deliberately created by factory owners, and opposition to the hard-left government was being "aided and abetted" by America. On Thursday, he also blamed the United States for the situation, saying: "I suspect we'll discover that a lot of this crisis has been engineered, as it was...

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  • Trump Blames Congress for Poor US Relations with Russian Federation
Trump Blames Congress for Poor US Relations with Russian Federation

Normally, Congress leaves presidents full latitude to waive sanctions if it's in the best interest of the U.S. This bill specifically takes that ability away from Trump and future presidents when it comes to Russian Federation. House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., said the bill sends a "powerful message to our adversaries that they will be held account...

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  • Galveston PD Pulls Some Ford Explorers From Fleet, Amid Carbon Monoxide Concerns
Galveston PD Pulls Some Ford Explorers From Fleet, Amid Carbon Monoxide Concerns

Sluckis added that while police look for a permanent solution, officers can drive "spare" cars that are used for tasks like road detail work. Forget yesterday's news. Ford Motor Co. has responded by promising to fix the vehicles as it continues to investigate the cause of the problem. After Austin police pulled all 446 of its SUVs off the road...

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  • Rajya Sabha polls in Gujarat: Supreme Court refuses to stay NOTA notification
Rajya Sabha polls in Gujarat: Supreme Court refuses to stay NOTA notification

The Congress had filed the plea on Wednesday. "They created a tamasha at the resort to create panic among the Congress MLAs". The Congress had approached the Supreme Court, claiming that if NOTA is not stayed, the other side (in this case, the BJP ) will buy the votes of its MLAs in order to defeat the Congress candidate, Ahmed Patel .

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  • Virginia man charged for holding woman, kids inside home for two years
Virginia man charged for holding woman, kids inside home for two years

While speaking with Moore, a woman and two kids ran out of a side door to the deputies. Moore was said to be unemployed and reclusive by Spotsylvania Sheriff's Lt. They told deputies that they had not been allowed outside for over two years. Investigators determined the woman and children were not held with any sort of bondage or cages, but wer...

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  • Russian reporter punched live on air at paratrooper bash
Russian reporter punched live on air at paratrooper bash

The incident in Moscow's famed Gorky Park - which left the anchor back in the studio stunned - quickly went viral in Russian Federation with over 400,000 people viewing it on NTV's website. The cameraman picks up the aftermath of the reporter staggering around holding the side of his face while his attacker follows him, continuing to shout and ...

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  • Trump Called White House a 'Real Dump'
Trump Called White House a 'Real Dump'

President Trump reportedly trash-talked the White House to members of his ritzy private golf club in New Jersey, calling the presidential mansion "a real dump". "He has his own cottage adjacent to the pool; it was recently given a secure perimeter by the Secret Service, leading to the inevitable joke that it's the only wall Trump has successfully b...

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  • MSRDC chairman Radheshyam Mopalwar sacked over graft charges
MSRDC chairman Radheshyam Mopalwar sacked over graft charges

The opposition also kept on demanding the resignation of housing minister Prakash Mehta , whose name has figured in different scams. When these call recordings are sent to a forensic laboratory, it will be clear that the person is indeed Mopalwar.

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  • Father of Afghan robotics girl killed in mosque attack
Father of Afghan robotics girl killed in mosque attack

They were finally granted permission to enter the USA just a week before the competition, where judges praised their "can-do" attitude and "courageous achievement". The attack was claimed by Islamic State . The latest attack comes as the USA administration considers sending more troops to Afghanistan to bolster the NATO-led coalition advising an...

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  • Trump Praises White House, Hits Back at 'Fake News' Report
Trump Praises White House, Hits Back at 'Fake News' Report

The Russian response escalated tensions in relations that already have been damaged by Russia's aggression in Ukraine, its role in the war in Syria, and its alleged interference in the 2016 USA presidential election. Medvedev predicted future relations between Russian Federation and the USA "will be extremely tense, regardless of the Congress line ...

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  • SA hostage Stephen McGowan released by al-Qaeda
SA hostage Stephen McGowan released by al-Qaeda

The Dutchman's wife escaped the kidnapping and a German national who attempted to resist was killed. "We would like to warmly welcome him back home and wish him good health and good fortune in his life as a free man", International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane told a media briefing in Pretoria.

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  • Tillerson: US Is Not North Korea's Enemy
Tillerson: US Is Not North Korea's Enemy

The US top diplomat acknowledged that the options for dealing with the recalcitrant regime were "limited", especially under a short deadline. We're going to be able to handle them. The Trump administration has filled other top Latin America posts with security-heavy experts, including retired Army Colonel Sergio de la Peña as deputy assistant sec...

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  • Michelle Carter to be sentenced for involuntary manslaughter
Michelle Carter to be sentenced for involuntary manslaughter

Prosecutors have argued that while Carter played the role of a loving and distraught girlfriend, she had secretly nudged Roy toward suicide by sending him numerous text messages encouraging him to take his own life. "This court has found that Carter's actions and failure to act where it was her self-created duty to Roy since she put him in ...

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