• Armed police swoop on Manchester budget hotel in dramatic raid
Armed police swoop on Manchester budget hotel in dramatic raid

Armed cops responded as they were the nearest responders. The Evening Newspaper reported previously that the raid was linked to a road accident in which a child had been run over by a auto. Armed police reportedly entered the building at around 9:30pm local time, The Manchester Evening News reported, citing witnesses. Several media have reporte...

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  • NYPD officer shot in Brooklyn; suspect barricaded in building with rifle
NYPD officer shot in Brooklyn; suspect barricaded in building with rifle

Multiple shots are accepted to have been discharged, and another slug may have hit the officer in the chest or arm, as per police. NY is reporting that the bullet stuck the officers bulletproof vest, ricocheted off and struck her in the arm.

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  • CBS News Poll Shows Nearly 75% Of Americans Disapprove Of Congress
CBS News Poll Shows Nearly 75% Of Americans Disapprove Of Congress

Democrats (12%) are almost as likely as Republicans to approve of the job Congress is doing. The current hacking investigation by Congress is nothing more than a “witch hunt” and a fishing expedition. In the last few decades, Democrats have expanded their advantages in California and NY - states with huge urban centers that combined to give Cli...

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  • HS football player dies after suffering injury at practice
HS football player dies after suffering injury at practice

In an unrelated incident, another player fell and hit his head Wednesday at the school during training, police said. "They would lift it up over their head and run with it", he told News 12 Long Island . School district Superintendent Kenneth Graham called the incident a "horrific accident" in a statement posted to the district's website, adding...

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  • Don't ride with your feet on the auto dashboard
Don't ride with your feet on the auto dashboard

Even two years after the accident, Tatum said her injuries are still affecting her daily life. Everyone involved walked away, except Audra. "The airbag went off, throwing my foot up and breaking my nose", she said. On this particular day, a auto pulled in front of Tatum and her husband's vehicle, and they hit it, causing the airbags to deploy. "I...

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  • Report Indicates A Significant Climate Change In The US
Report Indicates A Significant Climate Change In The US

Scientists provided an in-depth regional assessment of the most recent findings related to weather and climate, to reveal how climate change is affecting human welfare. Many scientists have recorded the observations of the climate change and say that there is plethora of proof that human activities like emission of the greenhouse gases are ...

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  • Trump declares opioid crisis a 'national emergency'
Trump declares opioid crisis a 'national emergency'

Afterward, Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price told reporters that declaring a national emergency is a step usually reserved for "a time-limited problem", like the Zika outbreak or problems caused by Hurricane Sandy in 2012.

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  • Judge orders new searches for Hillary's Benghazi emails
Judge orders new searches for Hillary's Benghazi emails

U.S. District Court Judge Amit Mehta, who was appointed by former President Barack Obama , ruled Tuesday that the State Department still hasn't done enough to absolve Clinton of wrongdoing over the September 11, 2012, attack on the U.S. "This major court ruling may finally result in more answers about the Benghazi scandal - and Hillary Clinton's i...

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  • Chelsea Manning poses in a scarlet swimsuit for Vogue
Chelsea Manning poses in a scarlet swimsuit for Vogue

Her release enabled Hawkins to actually film Manning in the documentary. Manning further explained that she had technically tried to get the information out through the mainstream press, but ultimately opted to go through WikiLeaks after getting nervous about her short window of opportunity to release the information.

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  • China says it'll bear burden of sanctions imposed on North Korea
China says it'll bear burden of sanctions imposed on North Korea

They are reportedly still working on technology to enable these missiles to carry nuclear warheads. Wang said THAAD could not block the North's intercontinental missiles and added: "South Korea's security cannot be built on a foundation of China not being secure".

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  • Guam residents fear attack after N.Korean threat
Guam residents fear attack after N.Korean threat

Here's a look at the US military's role on the island, which became a USA territory in 1898. The U.S. built an air base on Guam in 1944 to stage its bombing missions to Japan, and has maintained an air and sea presence on the island since. The 163,000 residents that make up Guam's population, which includes 6,000 USA service members, are considered...

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  • NRC: Lack of getting medical help abroad kills more in Yemen
NRC: Lack of getting medical help abroad kills more in Yemen

Yemen has had more than 400,000 suspected cases of cholera in the past three months in an epidemic that has killed 1,900 people, the World Health Organization said in late July. "The doctors said that it was risky for him to travel all the way there, that he might die on the way, but it was our only option". His father, who had liver failure, died ...

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  • IAAF London 2017: Governing Body Defends Decision To Withdraw Isaac Makwala
IAAF London 2017: Governing Body Defends Decision To Withdraw Isaac Makwala

There was nearly a massive shock in the closing semi-final where 400m champion Wayde van Niekerk had to rely on a fastest loser berth to reach the final. He also secured the 400m gold at the 2015 Asian Athletics Championships with a time of 44.68 seconds. The Ireland team, who are also staying at the hotel, have confirmed that one athlete - 400m ...

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  • Texas Pastor: 'God Has Given Trump Authority to Take out Kim Jong
Texas Pastor: 'God Has Given Trump Authority to Take out Kim Jong

The United States certainly has an interest in what kinds of weapons that unstable country can access. He said that many pacifist Christians will cite Romans 12 , which says, "Do not repay evil for evil", but Jeffress says that that passage is referring to Christians, not to the government.

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  • CNN fires pro-Trump commentator Jeffrey Lord for tweeting Nazi salute
CNN fires pro-Trump commentator Jeffrey Lord for tweeting Nazi salute

Lord on Thursday tweeted a link to his column criticizing the "fascist spirit" of Media Matters for America president Angelo Carusone , whose surname he misspelled "Corusone". CNN senior media correspondent Brian Stelter tweeted out after Lord's termination was announced that he spoke to Lord on the phone. Carusone responded: "Your headlin...

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  • Protesters Beam Message From Vladimir Putin Onto Trump SoHo Hotel
Protesters Beam Message From Vladimir Putin Onto Trump SoHo Hotel

Speaking to reporters on Thursday, Trump said he actually was grateful to Putin for what would amount to a money-saving move. One of Drumpf's luxury hotels in lower Manhattan was vandalized with slander-worthy phrases and a projection of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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  • Trump Administration Studying Report On Climate Change
Trump Administration Studying Report On Climate Change

That statement is directly at odds with statements from Trump and key Cabinet members. "There are no alternative explanations, and no natural cycles are found in the observational record that can explain the observed changes in climate".

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  • On Guam, The Mood Is Calm Despite Being In North Korea's Crosshairs
On Guam, The Mood Is Calm Despite Being In North Korea's Crosshairs

But the Self-Defense Forces, the country's military, will "take necessary measures", he said. This kind of unpredictable, bellicose rhetoric coming from the White House is unusual and does have people anxious, analysts say. As North Korea responded to that Kim Jong Un-esque ultimatum with overt threats against Guam, U.S. B-1Bs based on the isla...

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  • USA destroyer challenges China's claims in South China Sea
USA destroyer challenges China's claims in South China Sea

The US does not recognise China's claims to the area. USS John S McCain , a guided-missile destroyer, came within 12 miles of Mischief Reef in the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea. "All operations are conducted in accordance with worldwide law and demonstrate that the United States will fly, sail, and operate wherever global law allows", h...

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  • North Korea calls Trump's threat a 'load of nonsense'
North Korea calls Trump's threat a 'load of nonsense'

A senior administration official who deals with the Korea issue said the "fire and fury" comment, which was Trump's strongest warning yet for North Korea and which he delivered to reporters in New Jersey, was "unplanned and spontaneous".

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