• Four Egyptian policemen gunned down in restive Sinai region
Four Egyptian policemen gunned down in restive Sinai region

Four Egyptian police officers have been shot dead on Wednesday by suspected militants in restive Northern Sinai. Two policemen and two conscripts were fatally injured. Almost two dozen soldiers were killed and 26 more wounded in two bombings claimed by the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group, which targeted security checkpoints south of the city of Rafah...

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  • Trump Takes Credit For Nuclear Arsenal Improvments By Obama Administration
Trump Takes Credit For Nuclear Arsenal Improvments By Obama Administration

As America's tensions with North Korea hit apocalyptic proportions, President Trump is going to war with - Mitch McConnell and Barack Obama. It certainly seems like a stretch, if not an outright lie, to conclude that in just 7 months the Pentagon was able to "modernize and renovate" the American nuclear arsenal to the extent that it is now "f...

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  • Physicians Realty Trust (NYSE:DOC) Shifting Institutional Investors Sentiment
Physicians Realty Trust (NYSE:DOC) Shifting Institutional Investors Sentiment

In related news, CAO Laura P. Moon sold 7,800 shares of the business's stock in a transaction on Wednesday, May 24th. About 14,062 shares traded. It has underperformed by 44.21% the S&P500. $1.48 million worth of Federal Realty Investment Trust (NYSE: FRT ) was sold by WOOD DONALD C on Monday, February 27. On 3/10/2014 Acadia Realty Trust annou...

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  • Asian shares mixed with Japan and South Korea down on risk tension
Asian shares mixed with Japan and South Korea down on risk tension

SPX was down 19.12 points, or 0.77 percent, at 2,454.90. Politics set an overcast tone for the session, but the detailed action of stocks narrowing and in many instances reversing early losses resulted from earnings reports. Gold hit a two-month high of US$1,278 an ounce amid the nervousness. But the moves were modest. Meanwhile, gold stocks a...

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  • First case West Nile Virus diagnosed in St. Tammany Parish this year
First case West Nile Virus diagnosed in St. Tammany Parish this year

The first batch of the year that tested positive was collected June 20 from a Lake in the Hills trap. The CDC says about one in five people who are infected develop a fever with other symptoms such as headache, body aches, joint pains, vomiting, diarrhea, or rash.

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  • Ex-Trump staffers confirm birth of child conceived during campaign
Ex-Trump staffers confirm birth of child conceived during campaign

What is more, the former trump staffers are the main players in the "very first sex scandal" to plague Donald Trump's presidency. According to Miller, the president who flubbed his attempt to destroy the country's health care system and sends daily tweets in stream-of-consciousness fragments is actually a misunderstood genius.

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  • Powerball jackpot continues to rise
Powerball jackpot continues to rise

The odds of winning the Powerball drawing are about one in 292 million according to the Virginia Lottery. While there was no jackpot victor in Tuesday night's drawing, IL players won more than 134,000 prizes, ranging from $1 to $5,000. While no one has won the Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots, a lucky ticket holder in the Heights struck it ri...

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  • USA wind energy continues rapid growth in 2016
USA wind energy continues rapid growth in 2016

In total, USA wind turbines in distributed applications reached a cumulative installed capacity of 992MW. Driven by tax incentives, state policies and the declining costs of more efficient equipment, DOE yesterday said wind growth is strong, with Texas, Oklahoma and Iowa leading the way.

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  • What Made Bill Murray Break Into Sobs at GROUNDHOG DAY?
What Made Bill Murray Break Into Sobs at GROUNDHOG DAY?

Delightful. But while Groundhog Day the musical premiered a year ago, it wasn't until last night that Bill Murray - the star of the original film, of course - saw the production. Upon arriving at the August Wilson Theatre, Murray received a brief round of applause from the audience, according to The New York Times , and was sobbing by the ...

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  • SC asks CBSE to set similar questions for NEET in regional languages
SC asks CBSE to set similar questions for NEET in regional languages

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court considered Centre's submission that it was willing to include Urdu as a language in the NEET from academic session 2018-19 onwards. In a brief order the Bench directed the CBSE to conduct the 2018 NEET without any ambiguity in question papers in English, Hindi and regional languages.

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  • Scaramucci claims vulgar interview taped without permission
Scaramucci claims vulgar interview taped without permission

Scaramucci tweeted after the article was published that he " made a mistake in trusting a reporter " and apologized for using "colorful language". In Washington DC, where both Lizza and Scaramucci were based in July, it is legal to record a phone call without the permission of the other person.

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  • Key facts about Guam, the center of US-North Korea tension
Key facts about Guam, the center of US-North Korea tension

They would have a flight time of 17 minutes 45 seconds, travel 3,356.7 kilometres (around 2,086 miles) and hit the waters 30 to 40 kilometres away from Guam . Willoughby. One of the critical design steps was to create a small, precisely uniform air gap between the conventional explosive lenses and the sphere of nuclear fuel, amplifying the force o...

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  • Zach Randolph Arrested for Weed In LA ... Crowd Turns Hostile
Zach Randolph Arrested for Weed In LA ... Crowd Turns Hostile

KCRA-TV Los Angeles reported that Randolph was one of three men who initially fled the area, and that he was arrested after being brought out of a nearby housing unit. TMZ reports six police cars were vandalized by having tires slashed and windows busted, and officers had to form a battle line to restore order. There were no reports of any seri...

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  • Korea 'grossly overmatched' by allied militaries: Mattis
Korea 'grossly overmatched' by allied militaries: Mattis

The threat was prompted by a statement from President Trump, in which he said that any threat to the United States would be met with "fire and fury" . Experts estimate North Korea has up to 60 nuclear weapons. The spokesman said the strike would aim to "contain the USA major military bases on Guam".

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  • Trump's approval rating is still stuck in a rut
Trump's approval rating is still stuck in a rut

Is Trump angry because his fake news isn't making him more popular, or is Trump saying that the polls are fake and they are suppressing the news about his accomplishments? Concerning Trump's handling of national security, public opinion was nearly evenly divided; 48 percent said they approved and 47 percent disapproved.

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  • Will Smith raps with James Corden in Carpool Karaoke series premiere
Will Smith raps with James Corden in Carpool Karaoke series premiere

Carpool Karaoke: The Series - a 16-episode standalone show based on Corden's popular Late Late Show segment - is set to premiere on August 8 on Apple Music . "We're going to work with them to find the best and most respectful way forward on the episode". Bennington's widow, Talinda Bennington, shared a news report of Corden's comments, and tw...

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  • Heavy rain moves through Chickasha area Thursday
Heavy rain moves through Chickasha area Thursday

Showers will continue through Sunday . We have now had 56 days this summer where the high temperatures have reached a high of 80 degree or more. High: 97. This will increase temps, humidity, and rain chances . Partly sunny, with a high near 81. The next timing of showers is a bit unclear, as it's far in the future so many models are in disagree...

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  • World War II Bomb Found in Japan's Fukushima
World War II Bomb Found in Japan's Fukushima

It was found by workers building a auto park at the site where a four-decade-long decommissioning process is under way. The bomb, located about half a mile from the plant's damaged No. The device would most likely be an American-made explosive, as local archives record the existence of a Japanese military airport near the site of the power plan...

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  • Doklam not a serious issue: Dalai Lama
Doklam not a serious issue: Dalai Lama

While India and Bhutan have said that China's act violated the status quo in the India-Bhutan-China trijunction, Beijing has claimed that the area is a part of Chinese territory and called for the withdrawal of Indian troops. The report further added that there are no further signs of a significant Chinese military buildup in the region as both ...

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  • British police search for jogger who knocked woman into road
British police search for jogger who knocked woman into road

Closed circuit TV footage showed the male runner jog past one man on Putney Bridge on May 5 before knocking into the 33-year-old victim. Police say she was put in "extreme danger" by the jogger's actions, crediting the bus driver's lightning-fast reactions with saving her from serious harm.

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