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1 person dead after shooting near mall in South Florida


A gunman shot two people at the Equinox gym at the Village of Merrick Park in Coral Gables at about 1 p.m. Saturday, police sources said. "It appears to be an ex-employee, managerial dispute that triggered this shooting", Miami-Dade Police Detective Alvaro Zabaleta said. Read More »

This news anchor reads out breaking news of her husband's death


The news anchor's husband, Harshad Kawade, had been the auto struck by the truck. "The damage to the vehicle was awful, and three people died, with two others grievously injured", an officer added. "It was indeed a very tough situation for her and equally hard for us to share the news about her husband's death when we learnt about it". Supreet Kaur while reading the morning bulletin on Saturday. Read More »

Penn Station train tracks fixed but not for morning commute

In a letter to Amtrak's chairman published Thursday in the New York Times, Christie said he directed New Jersey Transit to withhold funds until an independent inspection verifies Amtrak's Northeast Corridor is in a state of good fix. Moorman said the March 24 derailment of an Amtrak train was caused by a misaligned track. Moorman said the derailment was caused by defective wood ties on the railroad tracks. Read More »

Fowler joins 4-way tie at the top in Masters


Eighth-ranked United States star Rickie Fowler was on two-under with 11 holes remaining thanks in part to birdies on the par-5 second and par-4 third. "On the weekends, I tend to try and walk a little slower because my tendency is to speed up and go a little too quickly", he said. Garcia, who is winless in 73 career major starts - including 18 so far in the Masters - has made his peace with Augusta National, a course where he has a checkered history. Read More »

Airstrikes on Syria might also send message to North Korea

The mood at the summit was upbeat. Trump said instead the two sides made " tremendous progress ", while striking a tone of optimism about future negotiations. The Chinese intend to advance discussions on a bilateral investment treaty and explore opportunities for cooperation in areas such as infrastructure development and energy. Read More »

SpaceX has successfully landed a recycled rocket

The rocket carried a communications satellite to orbit that will provide service to Latin America. United States spaceflight company SpaceX has today successfully reused a Falcon 9 rocket first stage as part of a satellite launch. "This is going to be ultimately a huge revolution in space flight", Musk said during a webcast from the launch control center at Cape Canaveral immediately after the Falcon 9's autonomous touchdown. Read More »

IS propaganda team killed in Iraq air strike: coalition


But Col Scrocca said there were about 2,000 fighters in western Mosul before the recent Iraqi offensive, and that the number of militant fighters was now less that half that size. He also said we never should have invaded Iraq, and promised he wouldn't commit our troops to more deadly wars. Votel told the committee that there has been no change to the rules of engagement for US airstrikes targeting ISIS. Read More »

US comment terse on latest North Korea missile


Those missiles traveled to their maximum range of 620 miles with some falling in the waters belonging to Japan's exclusive economic zone. Sinpo is the site of a North Korean submarine base. "It is possible that (the North) will take further provocative actions", he added. According to The Associated Press, a statement from South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said the missile had traveled about 60 kilometers (37 miles). Read More »

Not so silent night: Dallas emergency siren system hacked


The city manually shut down parts of the system to turn off the city's 156 alarms - usually heard only during weather emergencies - by 1:20 a.m. Saturday. Officials urged residents not to call 911. A Google Trends feature revealed that the peak time people were searching online for information on why the sirens were blaring was at 11:48 p.m. Read More »

South Africa's Zuma sacks Gordhan as finance minister in reshuffle


In response to requests for comment about President Zuma's reshuffle, Mkhize says that unlike previous consultations about reshuffles his briefing this time around was different. "National treasury is an important position and I will not act in this position, in any manner that will jeopardise both the integrity of the department as well as the interests of the South African nation", Gigaba told journalists following a swearing in ceremony of new ministers at the presidential guesthouse on ... Read More »

Aaron Hernandez Defense Lawyers Rest Their Case in Double-Murder Trial


Prosecutors called dozens of witnesses including the man who said he was driving the auto from which Hernandez shot and killed Cape Verdean nationals Daniel Abreu and Safiro Furtado after they left the club. Prosecutors allege de Abreu bumped into Hernandez at a Boston nightclub, according to the AP (via the Guardian ). "We're not asking you to speculate", Haggan told the jury. Read More »

When Trump Speaks People Get More Polarized, Poll Shows


When Gallup last asked this question in February 2003, Americans were evenly divided on whether the media favoured one political party. Americans were also evenly split when the question was first asked in April 1995. Not only resorting or negative spins and name-calling, the news media also reportedly used misleading polls to disillusion potential voters from showing up to the ballot box for an election that was supposedly already won by Clinton. Read More »

Carolinas bracing for next round of severe weather

Numerous severe thunderstorm warnings had already been issued Wednesday morning as of 10 a.m. "For your protection move to an interior room on the lowest floor of a building", the National Weather Service warned in an advisory. The first round of severe storms is winding down, but another round is possible by early Thursday. However, they are encouraged to become familiar with safety rules and make plans to protect themselves and their families when storms develop. Read More »

Trump and Xi Jinping 'made tremendous progress' at summit

It was quite a contrast to his pre-election rhetoric which said China was a "tremendous problem", with "unfair" trade deals "taking advantage" of United States workers. The widely anticipated meeting of the leaders of the world's two largest economies was largely overshadowed by the USA missile strikes at Syria. As a candidate and president, Trump has taken an aggressive posture toward China, labeling Beijing a "tremendous problem" and arguing that lopsided trade deals with China shortchange ... Read More »

Venezuelans active in streets, pushing for earlier ending of Maduro regime


Blasted at home and overseas, the supreme court quickly rolled back its decision, but that has not stopped the opposition to Maduro's government from taking to the streets. Maduro's government says a US -backed business elite is responsible for Venezuela's economic downturn and that it is trying to foment a coup to impose right-wing rule under the guise of peaceful protests. Read More »

Jared Kushner omits some foreign contacts on security form


Senior officials in the Trump administration revealed that Bannon complained that Kushner was trying to push him out of positions of authority in the administration. It's not necessarily news that Kushner sat down with Kislyak. The divide between Bannon and Kushner has extended beyond the two men themselves, who work from abutting offices just steps from the Oval Office. Read More »

Yogi Govt waives off Rs 36359 crore loan of farmers

Please Wait while comments are loading. "I can assure (you) that a decision will be taken and a large number of farmers will benefit from it", Shahi had said earlier. "This will take the total amount to be borne by the government upto Rs 36,359 crore loan". It is unusual for a new chief minister to not hold a cabinet meeting within days of taking over and the delay is being ascribed to his first trying to figure out how to fund a farm waiver. Read More »

UP: Yogi govt waives off farmers loans up to Rs. 1 lakh

Even nationalized banks loan should also be pardoned. Contrary to what critics say, the BJP in its poll manifesto categorically promised a waiver of "crop loans of all small and marginal farmers" only, and the party has definitely fulfilled its promise. Read More »

Spain: ETA should disband and clear unresolved crimes

Spain and France consider Eta to have been defeated and therefore refuse to engage in the disarmament process. "We have the political and technical responsibility for Eta's disarmament, and it has been done", Txetx Etcheverry, a Basque environmentalist, said on Friday. Read More »

Deadly Truck Attack In Sweeden

Images from the scene show people running for their lives outside the up-market Ahlens department store on Drottninggatan, which is the biggest pedestrian street in the Swedish capital and above the city's central subway station. Sadiq Khan said it appears Sweden has "seen a despicable act of terrorism aimed at harming innocent people and attacking our shared values of democracy, freedom, justice and tolerance". Read More »

Sanchez wants to stay at Arsenal - Wenger

Wenger is convinced the Chilean wants to stay at the Emirates Stadium beyond the end of his contract in 2018, but talks over an extension made precious little progress before being shelved until the summer. City will, however, go seven points clear if they beat strugglers Hull on Saturday. But Wednesday's 3-0 win over West Ham ended with supporters staying behind to chant his name in a gesture of support for Wenger . Read More »

Is this the graphics card for the future Mac Pro?


Bringing its top-end graphics card up to speed for 2017, Nvidia's updated its Titan X monster gaming GPU with a bump up in CUDA cores and increased memory bandwidth for the Titan Xp. Like the Titan X (which can now be had for around $1,000, if you can find it in stock), the Xp has 12GB of GDDR5X RAM. For the time being the Titan Xp is only available direct from at the price of £1,159.00 and it's unclear as to whether it will be available from any other online ... Read More »

Federal judge denies DOJ's delay request on Baltimore police reform settlement

Gore said there has been a spike in crime in Baltimore and the administration wants to make sure that the court-enforceable agreement, known as a consent decree , "will help rather than hinder public safety". The agreements known as consent decrees force police officials and mayors to put reforms in place by a set deadline. Sessions has repeatedly shrugged off the notion that systemic problems in police departments can make law enforcement less effective. Read More »

US ambassador sure that Russia was involved


There is no question about that. "They need to act and they need to make sure they're loud about it". We do not want any country involved in our elections ever. How are we going to deal with the crisis that we are seeing in Syria? However, official sources here assert that her statement should not be taken as a considered pronouncement and a shift in usa policy, as it was only in answer to a "leading question" posed by a Pakistani journalist. Read More »

Cyclone rips off roofs, flings boats onto land in Australia


The Ocean Rafting team sends its best wishes to all of the local Whitsunday community and industry partners and will work hard together to ensure this lovely region is up and running as normal in the very near future. That's the initial assessment of Whitsunday Regional Council Mayor Andrew Willcox who was driving around the cyclone ravaged north Queensland town of Bowen early on Wednesday. Read More »

Anaheim Ducks vs. Calgary Flames - 4/4/17 NHL Pick, Odds, and Prediction


Anaheim Ducks defenseman Cam Fowler had to leave his team's game against the Calgary Flames after a knee-on-knee hit by defenseman Mark Giordano. Calgary Flames center Mikael Backlund (11), of Sweden, scores against Anaheim Ducks goalie John Gibson , right, with center Rickard Rakell, left, of Sweden, defending against left wing Matthew Tkachuk (19) during the first period of an NHL hockey game in Anaheim, Calif., Tuesday, April 4, 2017. Read More »

Korea Fires Ballistic Missile Ahead of Trump-Xi Meeting

North Korea fired a ballistic missile into the Sea of Japan , South Korea claimed on Wednesday morning. The earlier one in February flew about 500 kilometers (310 miles). In the book, Trump called USA policy towards North Korea "weak-minded", and explicitly said he would bomb the country's nuclear facilities. SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - The response of America's chief diplomat to North Korea's latest missile launch was an abrupt departure from the usual - which may be a turning point, ... Read More »

Activist loses battle with Trump golf course over urination film


According to The Guardian , Beyts is suing Trump's resort in Scotland's Aberdeenshire for breach of privacy after chief executives of the club accused her of committing a public nuisance to the police in April 2016. She added: "The ruling today lets all women, if they need to, go in the outdoors". The charges were subsequently dropped but she came to learn that she had been photographed while uriniating. Read More »

Cloture And The Nuclear Option: What To Know About The Gorsuch Vote


I'll be honest - I think it's insane that we are considering confirming a lifetime Trump nominee to the Supreme Court at a moment when the President's campaign is under the cloud of an active, ongoing FBI counterintelligence investigation that could result in indictments and appeals that will go all the way to the Supreme Court-so that Trump's nominee could be the deciding vote on whether Trump or his supporters broke the law and will be held accountable. Read More »