• Bird Returns, Ellsbury Homers As Yankees Beat Mariners
Bird Returns, Ellsbury Homers As Yankees Beat Mariners

He allowed three runs over 6 1/3 innings his last time out, recording his first quality start since returning the Mariners' rotation. The Mariners made five errors in the first inning alone. Starlin Castro had four hits and scored twice. Castro singled in the Yankees' final two runs in the seventh. With the bases loaded, Chase Headley hit a ...

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  • US Pacific Command: N. Korea Fired 3 Missiles, None Posed Threat
US Pacific Command: N. Korea Fired 3 Missiles, None Posed Threat

While North Korea feverishly works to flawless intercontinental ballistic missile technology, the United States and its allies are putting the finishing touches on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter that will soon be patrolling the Pacific. White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said only that President Donald Trump had been informed abo...

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  • Bay Area braces for more record-setting heat wave
Bay Area braces for more record-setting heat wave

Wednesday, and the San Diego Fire-Rescue department is adding extra brush-fire crews as a precaution. This weekend's weather is expected to exacerbate wildfires burning across Oregon, National Weather Service meteorologist Laurel McCoy said.

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  • Why the Gandhis chose to skip Lalu's Patna rally
Why the Gandhis chose to skip Lalu's Patna rally

The Rajya Sabha membership of former MPs like Capt. Jai Narayan Nishad and Upendra Kushwaha had ended in similar circumstances in the past, he said, adding the party would soon approach Rajya Sabha chairman Venkaiah Naidu for Yadav's disqualification.

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  • Photo shows Texas nursing home residents submerged, lounging in water
Photo shows Texas nursing home residents submerged, lounging in water

Residents in the Houston area woke Sunday to flooded streets and homes, submerged cars and news of high water rescues after Harvey dumped between 15 and 30 inches of rain on the city overnight. Kimberly McIntosh told theGalveston County Daily News that her mother sent her the photo at 9 a.m. "They [were] waiting for helicopters or the National G...

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  • Dog spotted carrying large bag of food after Hurricane Harvey
Dog spotted carrying large bag of food after Hurricane Harvey

Segovia checked his porch Saturday morning and noticed Otis' bag of dog food was missing. Meanwhile, neighbor Tiele Dockens saw Otis carrying his bag of food and took a picture, which has since gone viral. "LOL #refugee", she wrote . He is not a stray he just got out on his street. "Dogs name is Otis". The Sinton grandfather had no idea that whi...

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  • Thousands of Rohingya flee Myanmar as fresh violence erupts
Thousands of Rohingya flee Myanmar as fresh violence erupts

At least 71 people, including 12 security personnel, died in the attacks that began on Friday. Members of the Muslim Rohingya minority escaped to the border with Bangladesh but Bangladeshi border guards are turning them back. Hours later residents inside the town, which is close to the Bangladesh border, ran for safety as gun shots rang out as a ...

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  • Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth enter quarters
Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth enter quarters

Saina Nehwal gave herself a second chance to get into the title match, after yet another hard-fought win over local favourite, Kirsty Gilmour, in the Total Badminton World Championships on Friday. Sindhu will go for her shots but she will need to stay patient against Okuhara. Playing like vintage Saina, the Indian raced off to a big lead in the fi...

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  • Dozens killed in unrest after Indian religious guru found guilty of rape
Dozens killed in unrest after Indian religious guru found guilty of rape

He had reportedly raped the women in 2002. Dera Sacha Sauda sect is a non-profit social welfare and a spiritual organisation. The spiritual figure arrived with a 100-strong convey to the court. Reports began to quickly emerge, detailing the increasing conflict within the city. Police attempted to stop the violence, with water cannons and tea...

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  • 'We Are Not Afraid': Mass Anti-Terror Rally Hits Barcelona
'We Are Not Afraid': Mass Anti-Terror Rally Hits Barcelona

Marchers, on Saturday, displayed signs and banners with various slogans. As reported by the Metro, police had said half a million people were in the streets carrying banners with the words " no tinc por ", which means "I am not afraid" in English, including a street-wide banner at the head of the march.

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  • Hegazi at fault as West Brom denied by Stoke in Premier League
Hegazi at fault as West Brom denied by Stoke in Premier League

Peter Crouch scored the equalizing goal scored with an easy header after lack of communication between Hegazi and Ben Foster in response to Ramadan Sobhi's crossed ball. Allan Nyom whipped a cross into the area from the West Brom right and after the ball bounced inside the six-yard box, Rodriguez threw himself in front of Zouma at the back pos...

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  • Most of Tal Afar seized from ISIS — Iraqi military
Most of Tal Afar seized from ISIS — Iraqi military

Footage from within the city shows Iraqi forces moving through the streets in tanks with black smoke billowing from targeted buildings. Tal Afar was the latest objective in the USA -backed war on the terrorist group following the recapture in July of Mosul, where it declared its self-proclaimed "caliphate" over parts of Iraq and Syria in 2014...

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  • Kushner Visit to Middle East to Bringing Peace between Israel and Palestine
Kushner Visit to Middle East to Bringing Peace between Israel and Palestine

Asked if the USA delegation demanded an end to the payments of the families of Palestinian terrorists and their families, Aloul answered, "Not only this, President Trump has interfered in much smaller issues like what's published on certain sites".

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  • Trump says Canada and Mexico being too hard in NAFTA renegotiations
Trump says Canada and Mexico being too hard in NAFTA renegotiations

Trump was at Camp David, the presidential retreat in Maryland. Dem C.M.is opposed to big tax cuts. During his campaign-style speech in Arizona, the President said that he doubted the USA could renegotiate NAFTA with Mexico and Canada and ultimately terminating the agreement would be a likely outcome.

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  • TTV Dinakaran removes CM Edapaddi Palaniswami from AIADMK district secretary post
TTV Dinakaran removes CM Edapaddi Palaniswami from AIADMK district secretary post

Outside the resort some cadres burnt effigies of Dhinakaran, while rivals torched effigies of deputy chief minister O. Panneerselvam (OPS). Upping the ante in his fight against the ruling establishment, sidelined AIADMK deputy general secretary TTV Dhinakaran today removed Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami from the post of party's Salem...

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  • Hartlepool MP defends Labour's latest stance on Brexit
Hartlepool MP defends Labour's latest stance on Brexit

Once such a status-quo transition is over, the party now says it is also leaving open the possibility of staying within the customs union and single market for good. He said that trying to thrash out such a deal with the European Union would take up valuable negotiating time that should be devoted to getting a good long-term settlement.

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  • Phoenix Search and Rescue headed to TX to offer hurricane aid
Phoenix Search and Rescue headed to TX to offer hurricane aid

The Red Cross trains and mobilizes more than 5,300 volunteers who support the delivery of services throughout the state. The team of 70 members, which deployed Saturday night from Sherman Oaks, is made up of mostly LAFD firefighters and includes a civilian canine handler, said LAFD spokesman Brian Humphrey.

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  • Baltimore man among 3 more charged in Charlottesville, Va., white supremacist rally
Baltimore man among 3 more charged in Charlottesville, Va., white supremacist rally

A woman who had joined the counterprotesters, Heather Heyer, 32, was killed when a vehicle slammed into a crowd of people. His attorney, Greg Berberich , says Borden turned himself in immediately after being notified that an warrant was issued for his arrest.

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  • United States imposes new sanctions on Venezuela
United States imposes new sanctions on Venezuela

It has the power to legislate, bypassing the opposition-controlled Congress. The constitutional assembly passed a decree installing the "truth commission" shortly after taking office in early August. The sanctions are nonetheless another blow to Venezuela's economy. Maduro is already struggling to combat widespread shortages and triple-digit ...

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  • Lebanese soldiers in Islamic State captivity most likely dead
Lebanese soldiers in Islamic State captivity most likely dead

The Lebanese militant group launched an offensive against the extremists alongside Syrian government forces on August 19 , the same day the Lebanese military launched its own operation against ISIL. "For us, the essential equation will always remain: Lebanese people, Lebanese state and Lebanese army", Geagea stressed. Lebanese soldiers return fr...

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