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MN Officer Charged with Murder in Damond's Death

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It said Harrity then heard a sound like a lightbulb breaking, saw a flash and looked to his right to see Noor had fired his weapon. Freeman says Noor did not act reasonably in his actions and abused his authority to use deadly force. He shot Justine Ruszczyk (ROOS'-chehk) Damond in the stomach in July after she approached his squad auto in the alley behind her home. He pulled out his gun and held it to his chest, pointing downward. Read More »

Powerball jackpot ticket worth $457M sold at Speedway store outside Manheim

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The luck of a St. Patrick's Day Powerball drawing brought a Missouri Lottery player a $1 million prize. Winners of lottery jackpots have up to a year to claim their prize. "The ticket matched all five white balls and the Powerball to win the jackpot worth an estimated $456.7 million; $273.9 million cash value", Powerball said. Read More »

WaPo: Trump ignored advice to not congratulate Putin

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Republican Senator John McCain of Arizona criticized the president on Twitter. To be fair, congratulatory calls aren't entirely out of the ordinary. Yet the President did not bring up any of those issues during a telephone chat with Putin, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said. Meanwhile, a US Senate committee has released its first draft recommendations on how to prevent hacking of US elections, after spending more than a year investigating claims of Russian attempts to target the ... Read More »

Trump Set To Levy $60 Bln In China Tariffs

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It was only Monday that an online form was made available for companies to file for product exclusions, and the Commerce Department said it would take 90 days to review the detailed applications - meaning that USA -based vehicle producers, appliance-makers and other companies will have to pay the tariffs and hope that they will be reimbursed if they later receive exemptions. Read More »

Ferdinand worried by England's World Cup striker options

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Johnson told the Foreign Affairs Select Committee that Russian Federation wanted defectors to know what would happen to them if they supported another country. A senior Russian Foreign Ministry official says that Russia won't recognize results of an investigation being conducted by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons of the poisoning of an ex-spy in Britain. Read More »

Winter Weather Alerts Remain In Effect As Snow Falls Across Area

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Forget yesterday's news. Get what you need today in this early-morning email. Accumulation won't be terribly impressive. We've seen one of the biggest single day snowfalls of the season, so far. A few little weak disturbances nearby may spark flurries each day. The amount of accumulation depends largely on whether the storm bring mixed precipitation or just snow. Read More »

Two students hospitalized, gunman dead after school shooting Maryland

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Heibel said the school increased its security nevertheless after social media posts about a possible school shooting "circulated quite extensively". Cameron said the security officer fired a shot at Rollins, but it was not immediately clear if the officer struck the gunman or whether he had committed suicide. Read More »

Kabul Sakhi Shrine: 'Dozens Dead' In New Year Attack

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An injured young man is moved by stretcher at a hospital after a suicide attack near Kabul University in Kabul , Afghanistan , Wednesday, March 21, 2018. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the deadly attack - the fifth suicide bombing in the Afghan capital in recent weeks - but the Taliban denied involvement on Twitter. Read More »

Kroger invites children to Easter egg hunt Saturday

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All children ages 10 and under are welcome to participate. Hancock Lions Club , Hancock Community Center, 420 N. Jefferson Street, Hancock, 1 p.m. They did crafts and decorated their Easter bags before the hunt. There will be prize numbers in some eggs in each section. It is free to the public and open to children ages up to nine years old. Read More »

Opposition Vetevendosje Releases Tear Gas in Kosovo Parliament

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Among the other parties in the parliament, Serbian List has no interest in the topic of demarcation of the border between Kosovo and Montenegro, and has complained of pressure from the worldwide community to vote for the deal. Worldwide officials criticized the tear gas move. US Ambassador to Kosovo Greg Delawie also said following the incident that the vote will still take place during the course of the day. Read More »

UMBC Vs. Kansas State Live Stream

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Virginia's defense failed them in a stunning 74-54 loss to No. 16 seed Maryland-Baltimore County on Friday night, but the Cavaliers' offense did them no favors either. ZONED IN: The state of NY singlehandedly took care of the Pac-12 in the NCAA Tournament , with Syracuse beating Arizona State and St. Bonaventure defeating UCLA in the First Four and Buffalo dominating Arizona in the first round. Read More »

Bomber killed by his own device in Texas

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Police called the attacker a "serial bomber" who had been showing increasing sophistication and skill as the bombings continued. Image copyright CBS Image caption The suspect was pictured dropping off parcel bombs at a FedEx store Who is the suspect? Jensen said Conditt attended regular church services at the Austin Stone Community Church on St. Read More »

Fuming Donald Trump defends congratulatory phone call to Russia's Vladimir Putin

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The leak resulted in a bombshell Washington Post report, which said advisers included a warning in Trump's briefing materials, in all caps: "DO NOT CONGRATULATE" Putin on winning the Russian election last week. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said it was "no surprise" Putin was re-elected, saying some people were paid to turn out to vote and opposition leaders were intimidated or jailed. Read More »

Charlotte Pence Responds to John Oliver's Marlon Bundo Book

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Or is he, according to John Oliver , a gay bunny who falls in love with another bunny named Wesley while frolicking in the gardens by the Naval Observatory, near the Pence home? John Oliver new children's book about Veep Mike Pence's bunny, Marlon Bundo , has sold out but that another printing is in the works asap, the HBO late-night host told Ellen DeGeneres on her show today. Read More »

Japan PM takes blame for loss of trust

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Opposition lawmakers alleged that the tempering, which started soon after Abe stated in parliament in mid-February previous year that he would step down if any proof of his or his wife's involvement was found, might have been aimed at protecting Abe. Read More »

Red Arrows Aircraft Crashes In Wales

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Anne Wilson, 52, who works at nearby The Anglesey Golf Club, saw the aftermath of the crash. Between January 2010 and September 2013, he was stationed at the base, before taking a full-time role as a pilot with the East Anglian Air Ambulance . Read More »

Rahul condoles deaths of Indians in Iraq

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New Delhi had sought Iraq's help in locating the missing Indians after Iraqi forces recaptured Mosul from IS. But the government rejected it. "He had escaped by faking as Ali in the van arranged by caterer" to transport Bangladeshi to Erbil, she said. Read More »

Trump slams Mueller, McCabe in Sunday tweets

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White House lawyer Ty Cobb offered a statement late Sunday after top congressional Republicans warned of repercussions if Trump fired special counsel Robert Mueller , who is looking into contacts between Trump's 2016 campaign and Russia and Russian meddling in the presidential election. Read More »

Sasikala granted 15-day bail for husband's funeral

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She is now serving a four-year sentence at Parappana Agrahara Central Prison after being convicted in a disproportionate assets (DA) case in 2017. Natarajan died at a private hospital in the early hours of Tuesday after a prolonged illness. Read More »

Explosion at San Antonio FedEx facility hurts 1

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A package destined for an address in Austin exploded inside a FedEx distribution facility outside of San Antonio, law enforcement sources tell CBS Austin . Investigators said Monday that a "serial bomber" is behind the attacks, which have killed two people and injured several others. Police said they "hope" this is an isolated incident and do not yet know if it is connected to the Austin bombings. Read More »

In Brexit talks, unity has been EU's trump card over Britain

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Suggesting the terms of the transition deal meant the United Kingdom government has backed down on its demands to take back full control of fisheries policy during the transition phase, The Scottish Fisherman's Federation described today's agreement as "far short of acceptable". Read More »

Ex-French Prez Sarkozy in custody over 2007 election collusion with Gaddafi

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Prosecutors have not released a statement. Sarkozy has repeatedly denied the allegations, dismissing the claims as, "grotesque". After a long investigation, Sarkozy was cleared in October 2013 of accepting campaign donations in 2007 from France's richest woman, L'Oreal heiress Liliane Bettencourt, when she was too frail to know what she was doing. Read More »

Mehmoud Abbas accuse Hamas for attack on PM

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Abbas earlier told Palestinian leaders in Ramallah that Friedman was a "settler and a son of a dog", in an angry outburst against USA policy. You son of a dog, building on their own land?! "Tragedy in Israel . "I leave that all up to you". He accused Hamas of sabotaging all efforts for reconciliation, saying that either the Palestinian government takes full charge of everything in Gaza, or the de facto authority remains fully responsible for it. Read More »

Students protest gun laws, school deaths during walkout

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At the Eastwood School District, about 80 high school students gathered for an observance that also ended at 10:17 a.m. Local march organizer Rileigh Smirl, a senior at Huntington High School, said "we're marching to show support for the Parkland shooting victims, but also to call attention to the need for sensible gun control and background checks". Read More »

Attempts to split China 'doomed', says Xi

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The Chinese leader underscored on China's historic achievements, such as the invention of paper, the founding of Confucianism, building of the Great Wall of China and the country's experience of invasion "from outside and defending the national independence and freedom". Read More »

Scores of Homes Destroyed by Tathra Bushfire

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Twelve thousand hectares have also been blackened, but emergency services saved 398 properties in the disaster. Communication has been hampered after mobile phone towers collapsed, with Tathra only receiving five per cent of its normal mobile phone coverage on Monday. Read More »

Ice warning for Lancashire on Monday morning

A rather cloudy night is expected with most areas becoming dry with easterly winds continuing to slowly decrease in strength. The Met Office has warned that "significant areas of snow" will affect southern England, with snow showers also in the south east. Read More »

Transition deal offers certainty to firms, citizens - Britain's May

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Britain's Brexit Secretary David Davis said the agreement is conditional on both sides agreeing a final withdrawal treaty, adding today's development would smooth the path to a future permanent relationship. The UK secured a key concession from Brussels by winning the right to sign trade deals with non-EU countries. The removal of a major source of uncertainty cheered traders, who sent the United Kingdom currency up about 1% against the dollar and 0.8% against the euro, which are big ... Read More »