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How Joggers Are Changing Their Running Habits After Deaths of 3 Women


Police believe she was strangled to death and sexually assaulted on August 2 no arrests have been made. She was face down with her teeth broken, scrapes on her legs and her sports bra and shorts pulled down, sources said. - One week after the murder of a Queens woman who was out for a run, the crime scene is still active. His daughter worked at a local catering hall and as a speech pathologist, earning a master's degree from Saint John's University in Queens last May. Read More »

Paul Ryan primary: US House speaker faces Republican challenge

Ryan went on to say that the Trump-Mike Pence ticket would "put good judges at the Supreme Court" and help the GOP agenda. It's a reversal from Ryan's stance a year ago - when he'd touted the potential benefits of the Pacific Rim deal and said he hoped it would get a vote in Congress. Read More »

Perjury trial continues for Pennsylvania's attorney general


Prosecutors said she illegally leaked secret grand jury information because she wanted to get revenge against a political foe. Mondesire was never charged. The case will then go to the jury. "She was after Frank Fina", Assistant District Attorney Michelle Henry said in opening statements. "She was a lot more frantic than the last time", he said. Read More »

Trump Questions Clinton's Mental State: 'I Don't Think She's All There'

During an appearance on " Meet the Press ", Kaine said he thought " Chris Wallace and Hillary were sort of talking past each other last week". "Director Comey said that my answers were truthful ". " Hillary Clinton is once again proving herself incapable of telling the truth". Tim Kaine also said that he will vote for Merrick Garland if given the opportunity and states that the Democrats will have to become a majority in the senate. Read More »

Pence uses Packers to make a political point


Still, Pence urged supporters at the rally to focus more on what they have in common with other instead of how they differ. In true town hall fashion, Pence also fielded questions from people in the Miami Valley. Pence encouraged the crowd in La Crosse to campaign for Trump and take an active role in the November election. A Trump campaign staff member, Antani said, requested the lawmaker delete the tweet. Read More »

Police identify man who scaled Trump Tower


A man scales the all-glass facade of Trump Tower using suction cups Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2016, in NY. Pedestrians stop to watch as a man scales the all-glass facade of Trump Tower using suction cups Wednesday, Aug. Trump, the Republican presidential nominee". Trump also lives there, though he was away Wednesday. Rogata played a slow-motion cat-and-mouse game with his would-be rescuers as he climbed Trump Tower. Read More »

Afternoon storms likely again Tuesday

New rainfall amounts of less than a tenth of an inch, except higher amounts possible in thunderstorms. "Temperatures averaged a few degrees above normal this past week, exacerbating conditions", Drought Monitor observed. Afternoon highs will reach the mid-90s Thursday with heat index between 102 and 107 degrees, the weather service said. The area has a 40-50 percent chance of thunderstorms, with highs getting to the low to mid-90s. Read More »

What the curb on surge pricing for Uber, Ola mean for Delhi


Once the policy of the government for app-based cab services comes into effect, they would not be allowed to use surge pricing strategy where the fares fluctuate according to the demand. According to Mr. Jain, the policy would entail such service providers to ply by meter and within the prescribed fares approved by the State government, instead of distance logged as per Global Positioning System hosted on mobile phones and inclusive of "hidden charges". Read More »

Child falls from coaster at Pennsylvania amusement park

The child was flown by medical helicopter to the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, Eslary said. It is the third major incident at a US amusement park in four days. Idlewild has two roller coasters - the Rollo Coaster, with a height requirement of 36 inches, and the Wild Mouse, which has a 48-inch requirement, according to WTAE . Read More »

Rob Portman leads Ohio Senate race; Florida, Pennsylvania contests closer: polls


That statement was meant with applause and cheers. "It happened at a good time". Once the audio recording of his comments came to light he issued an apology saying, "That was an insensitive remark and I apologize ". "While the Republican Portman and the Democratic challenger Ted Strickland are evenly divided among women - an unusual outcome - Portman has a 19 point margin among men". Read More »

GOP fundraiser Whitman backs Clinton, blasts "demagogue" Trump


Whitman also made her endorsement public on Linkedin , writing that though she is a "proud Republican", she has to put principle over party. The 65-year-old congressman from Barneveld, N.Y., near Syracuse, said the last straw was the GOP nominee's tongue-lashing of Khizr and Ghazala Khan following their speech endorsing Clinton at the Democratic National Convention last week in Philadelphia. Read More »

Most Wisconsin voters still dislike Trump, Clinton


In Iowa, 57 percent of respondents had an unfavorable opinion of Clinton, as do 60 percent in OH and 53 percent in Pennsylvania. Still, the internal dynamics are more favorable for the former secretary of state, since this 13 percent far prefers her to Trump. Read More »

Trump campaign manager being sued for allegedly pulling gun on staffer resigns


He is alleging "assault, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligent infliction of emotional distress". "The Director told Vincent that he, too, had been brandished upon by Phillip", the lawsuit says. Apparently, the North Carolina state director for Donald Trump's presidential campaign is a total Second Amendment person. The Trump campaign did not respond to our request for comment on the filing. Read More »

Fox poll: Clinton leads Trump by 10 points


At a campaign event in Ashburn, Virginia, Trump caused a stir when a military veteran had given him his Purple Heart. Dent told MSNBC on Tuesday that he was concerned by what he said were Trump's many "incendiary comments". Michael Johns, a co-founder of the conservative Tea Party and a former speechwriter for President George H.W. Bush, told The Associated Press that Trump is bringing taboo issues to the forefront of American political discourse in a way no other candidate has done. Read More »

Private inspectors in charge of Tennessee fair ride safety


She has been under the continual care of the pediatric surgery service, the pediatric intensive care unit team, as well as the neurosurgery team here. Lynthacum, whose daughters were also on the ride, said two of the girls weren't moving after they hit the ground and appeared to have blood coming out of their mouths. Read More »

Tuesday Weather Outlook: Few Storms Possible


Thunderstorms are possible this afternoon, though should remain isolated, according to the weather service. Thursday: Mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Monday - Partly sunny with afternoon thunderstorms likely. North northeast wind around 10 miles per hour. The high will be near 90. Showers and thunderstorms are forecast for each day throughout the coming week, and the National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for Alachua, Gilchrist and ... Read More »

Voter ID ruling stayed


Walker, issued the stay at the request of Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel and were critical of Judge Adelman's ruling on several fronts. While the circuit court had previously ruled that accommodations to the law must be made for people who can't get a photo ID despite "reasonable effort", the judges found that Adelman's solution didn't require effort at all. Read More »

GOP primary for governor

Not since 1992 has Missouri had a Republican governor's primary that was so hotly contested among so many candidates. "The fact that he's not a career politician speaks to a lot of people right now", said Debbie Raines, of Liberty, a part-time camp worker who voted for Greitens. Read More »

Family of Muslim teen arrested over clock files lawsuit in Texas

The charges were later dropped. The teenager said he had to adjust to the school system in Qatar, where subjects like biology and chemistry are covered in the span of six weeks, the Dallas News reported. The complaint alleges that the school district and the city violated Mohamed's civil rights by detaining him for questioning without his parents present. Read More »

Cincinnati authorities investigate police killing of suspect


Cincinnati's police chief says an officer had no choice but to fire at Porter. Isaac said Brucato fired six shots, hitting Porter multiple times. Isaac said two officers investigating the robbery spotted Porter on foot at Government Square downtown and pulled over their vehicle. Read More »

Clinton Leading Trump By Eight Points


In the state-by-state discussion so far this general election season, most of the talk has been about the states Donald Trump could win-Pennsylvania, maybe, with at least a 50/50 shot at OH and Florida. But throwing support behind Clinton is what has the party up in arms. "In short, the city of Detroit is the living, breathing example of my opponent's failed economic agenda", Trump said, referring to Clinton. Read More »

Alabama chief justice's ouster over gay marriage weighed

Moore's attorney, Matt Staver, said Moore did not order probate judges to directly violate the U.S. Supreme Court. Chief Justice Moore sued the JIC in federal court in May arguing that the automatic provision is unconstitutional. Moore could be removed from office if he is found guilty of misconduct. Moore's attorney Mat Staver said there's no need for a trial, since no material facts are in dispute. Read More »

'Game of Thrones' music to tour America with full orchestra


Weiss in a news release. The world of " Game of Thrones " is going on tour starting next February with the show's musical composer Ramin Djawadi taking the score from the show on the road along an immersive visual component. "I think it will be very exciting and very interesting for the audience to not only hear the music again and have the music experience but also to actually see actual players perform with these instruments that they may not even know what they look like", he said. Read More »

Child Tragically Killed in Water Slide Accident


Caleb was the son of Scott and Michelle Schwab. ASTM, founded as the American Society of the International Association for Testing and Materials, does provide some industry-wide guidelines for rides and water slides, but Martin claimed that numerous park operators themselves create these rulings, which are voluntary to begin with. Read More »

Chicago police may have violated policy in fatal shooting

He didn't elaborate about those experiences, but said: "This is a hard job and most people don't understand that because they've never had to do it". "It's not easy to make a split second decision that might ultimately cost someone their lives", he said. Read More »

Pence holding "town hall" campaign event in Raleigh

Trump's policies and words". The Indiana governor who swore off political mudslinging years ago heard Trump call Democratic rival Hillary Clinton "the devil" and watched him fan the flames of a feud with the parents of a Muslim soldier who died saving USA troops in Iraq. Read More »

The Bachelorette 2016 Spoilers: Who Should Get The Final Rose?

EST on ABC , followed by the live " After the Final Rose " special at 10 p.m. Chase continued his reality rant and, the next day, it looked like Robby and Jordan were the final two by default. and right before the fantasy suite! "I miss you already", Luke replied. Us Weekly claims that JoJo comes to the hard decision of choosing between the two suitors after one of them makes a big mistake with her parents Joseph and Soraya. Read More »

New Washington fire prompts evacuations near Moses Lake


A bulldozer operator was killed on the fire lines during a rollover accident. A work crew from the California Conservation Corps Butte County Fire Center cuts a line on Black Mountain near the town of Tollhouse, Calif., while fighting a blaze Monday, Aug. Read More »

Dylann Roof attacked in SC jail, CBS reports


Stafford, who is black, has been in the jail since January on charges of armed robbery and assault and battery, including attacking a police officer. Charleston County Sheriff Al Cannon Jr. Reportedly he has been under protective custody protocol since his arrest. After the incident, the attorney for Roof has reported his client does not wish to press any charges against Stafford for beating him up. Read More »