• A Young Woman Has Died From Working Too Much in Japan
A Young Woman Has Died From Working Too Much in Japan

Posted by "Stan", a white-collar worker in Japan's financial services sector, the video depicts a typical week during the "busy season" for a worker in that sector, which typically includes 13-hour workdays, six days a week, for three or more months straight.

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  • No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide, Texas A&M Aggies preview, game time, outlook
No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide, Texas A&M Aggies preview, game time, outlook

Watts in the only active player in FBS who has 275 tackles, nine interceptions and five forced fumbles in his career, and is also the only player this year with five tackles for loss, three interceptions, a forced fumble and fumble recovery.

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  • Las Vegas gunman's father was on FBI's Most Wanted list
Las Vegas gunman's father was on FBI's Most Wanted list

In the video , an assault rifle resting on a bipod is seen on the floor, which is criss-crossed by yellow crime-scene tape. The attack, which lasted between nine and 11 minutes, killed 58 people and injured more than 500. Authorities reportedly found 23 weapons in 64-year-old shooter Stephen Paddock's Mandalay Bay hotel suite, to which h...

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  • Sessions Denounced for 'Appalling Assault' on Transgender Workers' Rights
Sessions Denounced for 'Appalling Assault' on Transgender Workers' Rights

Donald Trump's Justice Department has issued a memo saying an anti-discrimination law does not protect transgender workers. Sessions called the interpretation a "conclusion of law, not policy", and said the move should not be construed to condone mistreatment of transgender people.

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  • Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock planned to escape after massacre, sheriff says
Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock planned to escape after massacre, sheriff says

Danley, who had lived with Paddock in Mesquire, Nevada, said she thought her boyfriend was breaking up with her. Authorities say 58 people were killed and they've adjusted the number of injured - they now say the shooting hurt 489 people.

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  • Pence points NASA back to moon landing - forget Mars for now
Pence points NASA back to moon landing - forget Mars for now

In a column published Thursday by the Wall Street Journal , Pence wrote that the administration also wants "to promote regulatory, technological, and educational reforms to expand opportunities for American citizens and ensure that the U.S.is at the forefront of economic development in outer space".

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  • Saudi king in historic first visit to Russian Federation for talks with Putin
Saudi king in historic first visit to Russian Federation for talks with Putin

Saudi Arabia has expressed interest in buying Russian-made S-400 missile defence systems, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said, according to state news agency TASS. Arms and energy deals worth billions of dollars followed, and today's meeting between Putin and Salman could put the finishing touches on a $1 billion joint energy inv...

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  • Spanish court bans Catalan parliament from meeting, declaring independence
Spanish court bans Catalan parliament from meeting, declaring independence

The Catalan lender, the second-biggest bank in the north-eastern region of Catalonia , convened a board meeting after its stocks plunged as the political crisis between Catalonia and Madrid intensified. Spain's ruling Popular Party and powerful sections of the ruling establishment in Europe have taken recourse to arguments based on the pr...

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  • Trump disputes report Tillerson wanted to quit
Trump disputes report Tillerson wanted to quit

The NBC News report also said Tillerson had called Trump a "moron" in a July 20 meeting with Trump's national security officials and other cabinet members, citing three anonymous officials familiar with the incident. "There's never been a consideration in my mind of leaving", Tillerson told reporters. "When I promise a cretin that I am going ...

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  • Iraqi Forces Retake Hawija, ISIS' Last Stronghold in Iraq, says Military
Iraqi Forces Retake Hawija, ISIS' Last Stronghold in Iraq, says Military

Iraqi government forces announced the capture of the city of Hawija , which was one of the last strongholds of the terrorist organization Islamic state in the country. A statement by the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) said that more than 12,500 people had fled and were now in need of water, food and shelter - often in overstretched refugee camp...

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  • Sir Edward Heath named as a suspected paedophile by police
Sir Edward Heath named as a suspected paedophile by police

However, the report also said "the role of the police in a criminal investigation is not to reach a conclusion as to the likely guilt or innocence of a person who is subject to allegations". Former British Prime Minister Edward Heath and West German opera singer Anneliese Rothenberger pose sitting at a piano during an interval in shooting for a T...

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  • Reactions To The Las Vegas Shooting Besides
Reactions To The Las Vegas Shooting Besides "Thoughts And Prayers"

Almost 60 people have died in the attack, and more than 500 people were injured. The woman's relationship to the killer is unknown, but law enforcement is reportedly trying to identify and locate this person of interest to flesh out Paddock's final days leading up to the worst mass shooting in the U.S.

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  • Death toll rises to 15 in Balochistan shrine blast
Death toll rises to 15 in Balochistan shrine blast

Meanwhile, Balochistan Home Minister said that he has instructed concerned authorities to respond immediately. "If he had managed to enter the shrine there would be have been greater casualties", Bugti said. Hundreds of devotees were present at the shrine for a monthly gathering when the bomber hit. The local administration has declared an emer...

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  • George Foreman Wants To Fight Steven Seagal No Holds Barred
George Foreman Wants To Fight Steven Seagal No Holds Barred

The person posing as Seagal had written, "Sign the contract and let's do it George!", a tweet Foreman reposted on his own profile page, apparently unaware it was from an impostor. Foreman didn't clarify why he put the challenge out there, but many assume it's because of Seagal's comments concerning the NFL Anthem protests. Seagal became a Russi...

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  • Tropical depression 16 forms in Caribbean, heads toward Gulf of Mexico
Tropical depression 16 forms in Caribbean, heads toward Gulf of Mexico

Then rain becomes more likely Sunday, mainly over the eastern half of the state. That includes the track and strength. "Since the system will be moving over very warm waters, we could quickly have a powerful hurricane on our hands", he said.

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  • NBA All-Star game will no longer feature East vs West
NBA All-Star game will no longer feature East vs West

The league says the leading vote-getter from each conference will choose squads from the pool of players who were voted as starters and reserves. Five from each conference will be selected as starters, with the votes split between the fans (50 percent), players (25 percent) and media (25 percent).

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  • Barcelona president confirms La Liga exit a possibility over Catalan independence
Barcelona president confirms La Liga exit a possibility over Catalan independence

Over 400 police also had bruises. He disagreed with the European Commission's statement on Monday that events in Catalonia were an internal issue for Spain. After considering timid and moderate the response of the European Union to the eve's events, Puigdemont recommended the bloc supports his initiative of worldwide mediation between the General...

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  • Senators reveal first findings in Russian Federation probe
Senators reveal first findings in Russian Federation probe

Russian Federation interfered during the 2016 election and is likely to do so again in 2018 midterm elections, leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee said Wednesday. Republican Sen. Richard Burr of North Carolina and Democratic Sen. He was joined by committee chairman, Sen. There are several public hearings on the horizon.

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  • Flyover: Let's talk gun control, again
Flyover: Let's talk gun control, again

The first ever Indian-American women elected to the House of Representatives said 87 per cent of gun owners and 74 per cent of NRA members support those commonsense solutions like criminal background checks. In light of the tragedy in Las Vegas, and the ongoing tragedy of gun violence in America , this could not be more inappropriate. Sen. C...

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  • Las Vegas Shooter's Father Was On FBI Most Wanted List
Las Vegas Shooter's Father Was On FBI Most Wanted List

We're learning about those 59 victims and the more than 500 others injured, as we get a first glimpse inside the shooter's hotel room. Investigators have found no evidence that Paddock, 64, had even incidental contacts with foreign or domestic extremist groups, and reviews of his history show no underlying pattern of law breaking or hate speech, ...

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