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Russia To Take Decisive Steps Towards Solving Territorial Dispute with Japan

The prime minister apparently had a similar aim when he delivered a speech in Vladivostok calling for talks with Putin to be held once a year. However, the southern islands are uninhabited and the Japanese would greatly like these territories and they do have something that the Russians deeply need and that is cash and Russia wants to send and sell its oil, it has been hurting because oil production has been up, Saudi Arabia has been increasing their production to hurt Russian exports and ... Read More »

Video shows vandals destroying popular Oregon rock formation


The unique outcropping, also known as the Duckbill , has always been a popular destination for tourists visiting Cape Kiwanda park on Oregon's Pacific coast. "It's like their weird revenge thing", he added. "It's very rare", Chris Havel said about the rock-toppling incident that was captured on cellphone video over the weekend. Read More »

Clinton says she won't go to Mexico before Election Day


In an ABC News interview that aired on Tuesday morning, Hillary Clinton revealed that she would not be accepting Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto's recent meeting invitation. She reiterated that point to ABC . "And he didn't raise it - so he did choke". Asked to respond , Trump shot back the press gave him high marks for his meeting with the Mexican president. Read More »

Trump takes new lead over Clinton in national poll

Trump's afternoon event in Virginia Beach will focus on national security, and he's expected to meet with parents of soldiers later in the day. After Trump's initial TV ad buy started 19 August in four states-Florida, Pennsylvania , Ohio , and North Carolina-the team tacked on MI starting last Tuesday. Read More »

Clinton enters fall with key advantages in White House race

Greeting reporters traveling aboard her campaign plane before takeoff, Clinton said, "Welcome to our big plane!" He said Hightower's is "a disgusting story, but it's a story a lot of people are going through". Michael Barnett, an African-American, and chair of Florida's Palm Beach County GOP, praises Trump for raising uncomfortable questions. Only one, Auditor Dave Yost, has said outright that he won't vote for Trump - but a look at what the rest of Ohio's all-Republican statewide ... Read More »

Ondo APC Primary Fallout: Senatorial Chairman Resigns


Oke, who was the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in the 2012 governorship election, alleged that the names of some of the delegates were removed from the delegates' list while non-delegates were allowed to vote in the election. He said the delegates' list was shown to the aspirants at the eleventh hour and there was no adequate time for scrutiny of the list by most of the aspirants. Read More »

USA election: Questions over Trump deportation plan


We want to come up with a really fair but firm answer", Trump told Fox News on Monday. "We're working with a lot of people in the Hispanic community to try and come up with an answer", Trump said . Conway cited Trump pausing for effect during recent speeches and interacting with the crowd as an example of being both scripted and genuine. An aid to the nominee said a shift in his immigration policy - involving the deportation of over 11 million people - is under review. Read More »

Youth vs. experience: QBs center stage in FSU-Ole Miss game

The offense starts with Heisman candidate Dalvin Cook who has the ability to punish teams on the ground and in the passing game. Jimbo Fisher has spent most of the preseason thinking about two quarterbacks he knows fairly well: Ole Miss' Chad Kelly and the Seminoles' Deondre Francois. Read More »

Mike Riley's edge emerges after Nebraska's win over Fresno State


Nebraska 43, Fresno St. 10 - At Lincoln, Neb ., Nebraska overpowered Fresno State in the second half and won its opener in the easy fashion that was expected. "Games get pretty cloudy for me when you get a punt blocked and when you have a procedure penalty that takes away a first down", he said. "He's another good player", Riley said. Read More »

Steve Spurrier hits the Usain Bolt before Florida's season opener

Florida won't learn a lot about its team against UMass . It was over when: After a stalled series for the Minutemen, the Gators started a fourth-quarter drive in UMass territory and quickly scored a touchdown to get some separation. But the lack of a conference makes it hard for them to daydream about what a great year even looks like. Linebacker Da'Sean Downey looked better than he ever has. Read More »

China parliament ratifies Paris climate change agreement


Ahead of his arrival, Obama made clear he viewed the valedictory trip as a moment to burnish his legacy. Entrance by the USA and China will bring the count to 40 percent of emissions. "All these have showcased the strategic importance and global influence of Sino-US relations", the Chinese president said. The letter states that ensuring global greenhouse gas emissions peak by 2020 and that average global temperatures to not breach 1.5°C "is probably one of the greatest political, economic ... Read More »

The Judge Lays Down The Law On Hillary Clinton

According to CNN , Cheryl Mills, who was then Clinton's chief of staff at the State Department, traveled to NY on June 19, 2012, to interview two people to possible lead the Clinton Foundation . Judicial Watch is a conservative watchdog group that went to court after making a Freedom of Information Act request for the State Department. Clinton has faced enduring doubts about her trustworthiness and honesty throughout her presidential campaign. Read More »

Hurricane watch area reduced in Hawaii

The center of Hermine is expected to move roughly along Interstate 95 through SC through the day Friday as it makes its way up the East Coast with the potential for drenching rain and deadly flooding. National Weather Service meteorologist Derek Wroe (ROW') says no watches or warnings remain in Hawaii from Hurricane Lester. Forecasters expect the hurricane to continue weakening over the next 48 hours. Read More »

Jason Garrett won't rule out Tony Romo for opener

With Romo now out of the lineup, the Cowboys will turn to rookie Dak Prescott out of Mississippi State as their new starting quarterback . Dak Prescott, the Cowboys fourth round pick, is the presumptive starter for Week One and the team feels fairly good about what he can do. Read More »

Wetterling Center: Grief at reports Jacob found

Joseph, Minn., about 25 miles west of Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge, when a masked gunman kidnapped him and let the others go. The abduction of the 11-year-old boy led to the 1994 Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children and Sexually Violent Offender Registration Act, which requires states to maintain sex offender registries and guidelines. Read More »

Endwell, New York, wins Little League World Series

Can New York win its first title since 1964 or will South Korea make it two in three years? He later came around to score the first run of the game on an RBI bloop single by Conner Rush . When asked how he felt, Harlost said winning was "the best". South Korea is coming off a 7-2 victory over Panama in the global championship game on Saturday. Read More »

Moments before LAX panic, officers confront man dressed as Zorro


Loud noises caused the panic, they said. There was a severe backlog of traffic coming into LAX after the closure, with as many as 23 flights, including four global, diverted to other airports and at least 68 delayed, according to CNN. "Many passengers and employees evacuated onto the airfield and into teh Central Terminal Area roadways", the statement read. Video showed at least six police officers detaining a man dressed as the fictional crime fighter Zorro at 8:40 p.m. Read More »

Rep. Wasserman Schultz beats primary challenge


Marlin Stutzman in the Senate GOP primary 67-33 percent even after Stutzman was backed by numerous same activists who helped oust incumbent GOP Sen. Party insurgents had Wasserman Shultz in their crosshairs for most of the year. Murphy won 59-18 percent with 99 percent in. Canova capitalized on anger with Wasserman Schultz, and at one point was out-fund-raising her. Wasserman Schultz was well known in her south Florida district since her 2004 election, and pundits predicted longstanding ... Read More »

So you show up for jury duty and there's Taylor Swift


But while the regular folk no doubt relished the thought of serving with her in a long trial, maybe becoming friends, who knows, it wasn't to be. However, the pop star has reportedly been excused by the judge from being a potential juror in the case. Read More »

For Donald Trump, a day of political whiplash on immigration

At an appearance in OH on Thursday, Trump again hammered home his tough message on illegal immigration. Clinton has expressed support for a pathway to citizenship for most of America's undocumented. "We agreed on the importance of ending the illegal flow of drugs, cash, guns and people across our border and to put the cartels out of business", he said. Read More »

McCain takes primary, shifts focus to November

Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., left, join him on stage Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016, in Phoenix. McCain, a mainstay of Arizona politics for more than three decades, has had a somewhat rocky relationship with his own party base over the years due to his support of campaign finance reform and illegal immigration. Read More »

Judge blocks transgender bathroom law for 3 plaintiffs

The American Civil Liberties Union, which represents the transgender plaintiffs, and the U.S. Justice Department both argued for a preliminary injunction to block the restroom provision of the law. McCrory and state lawmakers should be working towards fully repealing HB2", Warbelow said. Filed against the University of North Carolina, the case is the first to challenge the law passed back in March. Read More »

Tropical depressions not forecast to reach Maryland


Forecasters say another tropical depression has formed in the Florida Straits and is expected to produce some rain over the southern half of the Florida peninsula and the Florida Keys. Both tropical depressions are forecast to become tropical storms before they reach land within the next few days. Colin made landfall in the same area as a weak tropical storm on June 6. Read More »

Apple iPhone 7 Ready to be Unveiled on September 7

The survey showed high preference for more battery, better processing prowess and more storage. iPhone 7 rumors suggest its internals are significant improvements over last year's device. The 2017 iPhone model is slated to roll out in September of 2017, BGR reported. The bigger iPhone 7 Plus is expected to feature dual-camera setup and a GB of RAM more than the 4.7-inch variant. Read More »

Dozens treated as heroin overdose spikes hit several states


The affidavit also states that surveillance video shows a person matching Griggs' description engaging in activity indicative of hand-to-hand drug distribution in the Marcum Terrace area shortly before the overdoses began. He'll speak Thursday in Cincinnati to the Regional Judicial Opioid Initiative. According to the state, the number of fentanyl-related deaths in OH has increased from 84 in 2013, to 503 in 2014 and rose to 1,155 in 2015. Read More »

Women bare breasts for equality in New York City


Topless women were expected to draw quite a crowd Sunday as they marched along the Venice Beach boardwalk demanding a change in laws to allow females to go bare-breasted at the beach. The rally was to honor the 96th anniversary of Women's Equality Day and to support the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment. "Around the world, gender inequality over the centuries, including exclusively male leadership, caused imbalances that could destroy society", Charles said. Read More »