• Mattis warns North Korea to stand down or face 'end of regime'
Mattis warns North Korea to stand down or face 'end of regime'

Earlier, US President Donald Trump told the North that any threat to the United States would be met with "fire and fury". "Sound dialogue is not possible with such a guy bereft of reason and only absolute force can work on him", it said of Trump, adding that it will keep closely watching the speech and behaviour of the US.

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  • Trump backs senator's bid in Alabama
Trump backs senator's bid in Alabama

Trump made his surprise endorsement of unusual, who is competing among a field of nine candidates, of which he, former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore and Rep. The strategy is quite a reversal for the three Republicans, all of whom declined to endorse Trump during the presidential primary season a year ago, but times change.

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  • Trump 'Surprised' That FBI Raided Ex-Campaign Manager's Home
Trump 'Surprised' That FBI Raided Ex-Campaign Manager's Home

Trump went on to say that Manafort is a "very decent man", but minimized his contributions to the presidential campaign, which Manafort worked on for five months. The fact that the FBI was able to obtain a search warrant indicates that Mueller managed to convince a federal judge that Manafort would try to hide or destroy documents subpoenaed by a g...

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  • Three militants killed in Indian-controlled Kashmir gunfight
Three militants killed in Indian-controlled Kashmir gunfight

Local sources said that except Zahid whose last rites were performed today, the three slain were laid to rest late last evening. Two terrorists have been gunned down by security forces in an encounter in Tral of South Kashmir's Pulwama district.

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  • Ex-Tulsa Cop Betty Shelby To Be Sworn In As Reserve Deputy
Ex-Tulsa Cop Betty Shelby To Be Sworn In As Reserve Deputy

Walton told the Tulsa World that a news conference announcing Shelby's addition to his agency will take place at the Rogers County Courthouse in Claremore at 10 a.m. Walton is a former Tulsa police officer and a vocal supporter of Shelby as she awaited trial. She was later placed on administrative leave from the Tulsa Police Department.

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  • Canadian army builds tented city to house Haitian arrivals
Canadian army builds tented city to house Haitian arrivals

The surge has overwhelmed local immigration officials and the army has been called in to erect tents to house about 500 people in Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle, the nearest town. From Jan. 1 to June 30, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police - the federal agency responsible for border security between legal crossings - has intercepted 4,345 asylum seekers, a...

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  • More changes proposed for NYS medical marijuana program
More changes proposed for NYS medical marijuana program

It also said it will improve the "dispensing facility experience" by permitting other people besides a patient's designated caregiver to accompany him or her to a dispensary. Along with the product changes, the new regulations also make changes for doctors and dispensaries. The New York State Department of Health is conducting its own investigati...

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  • Day care van driver arrested for leaving child in auto for hours
Day care van driver arrested for leaving child in auto for hours

Eduardo Bernal said. The driver did not do a headcount and failed to remove Myles from the van, leaving him in the vehicle for almost 12 hours, police said. Thornton said she won't let DCF shut down her business permanently. The "unbearable environment" caused Myles' death, according to the medical examiner, who determined his cause of death was ...

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  • CNN Poll: Trump More Popular Than Congress
CNN Poll: Trump More Popular Than Congress

More broadly, only about a quarter of all Americans (24%) judge the Republican Congress a success so far. Taddeo goes on to say she'll fight for "better schools and lower health care costs" in Tallahassee. The rest are divided: One in five say the GOP should both stop trying to repeal Obamacare completely (21%) and the same share say Republica...

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  • Board's Review Of Officer Who Shot Keith Scott Goes To Day 3
Board's Review Of Officer Who Shot Keith Scott Goes To Day 3

The board split 4-4 in its vote on Thursday, meaning Charlotte-Mecklenburg Chief Kerr Putney's determination that Vinson acted in accordance with department policy will stand. The department "is committed to ensuring the safety of the community it serves, as well as encouraging transparency and open dialogue", city spokeswoman Sandy D'Elosua Vastol...

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  • Three treated after 'unidentified substance' sent to Borough Market business
Three treated after 'unidentified substance' sent to Borough Market business

Just two months ago Borough Market was the scene of terror when a van drove into pedestrians on London Bridge before three people got out and began stabbing people with long knives. No arrests have now been made in connection with the incident. "Some people said there was some sort of acid attack but I don't know for sure". The restaurant has b...

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  • Armed police swoop on hotel in Manchester, Britain
Armed police swoop on hotel in Manchester, Britain

A witness, Andy Williamson, told Metro: "All I know is someone, reportedly a young child, was hit at least twice by a auto in the vehicle park". "Sadly the young boy involved died at the scene. "A woman was shouting hysterically and a child/children were screaming and crying". Some 250 people were injured. Police also told the MEN they were d...

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  • Police officer shot in New York City
Police officer shot in New York City

The officer, a woman, was shot in the arm, the spokeswoman said. Mayor Bill de Blasio's office confirmed on Twitter that the mayor has been briefed on shooting. "A ballistic vest likely saved his life". The shooting happened near Ridgewood Avenue and Essex Street at about 4:35 p.m., according to FDNY and NYPD officials.

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  • Global temperatures will continue to rise: US federal report
Global temperatures will continue to rise: US federal report

But many in the science community point to the president's decision to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement and his skepticism of climate studies as reason to worry. Researchers said that as the earth warms , the US should expect intensifying heat waves and more powerful hurricanes, declining snowpacks and more extensive droughts in...

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  • Trump to declare opioid epidemic a national emergency
Trump to declare opioid epidemic a national emergency

The move opens up questions about what Trump's drug policy will look like moving forward . "It's a national emergency", Trump told reporters on Thursday. It could also put pressure on Congress to provide more funding. His advisers said he would not make the declaration . It should allow the administration to remove some bureaucratic barriers...

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  • Trump national security adviser stresses North Korea threat
Trump national security adviser stresses North Korea threat

MANILA, Philippines -If countries were students, North Korea would be the bully always being sent to the principal's office. He's not specifying what those are. The consequences of any USA strike would potentially be catastrophic for South Koreans, Japanese and US military personnel within range of North Korean retaliatory strikes.

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  • What to know about Guam, the USA territory targeted by North Korea
What to know about Guam, the USA territory targeted by North Korea

In a statement this week, Bordallo called North Korea's threat to target Guam "dangerous", saying she has discussed threats with Mattis and other defense leaders, who have "consistently reassured me that Guam is protected". "I feel safe with our military presence here - Andersen and the Navy". It's located 2,100 miles south of North Korea and 4...

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  • Never put your feet on the dashboard, woman warns after horrific crash
Never put your feet on the dashboard, woman warns after horrific crash

Then, it happened, only Tatum ended up with much more than broken legs. The couple was heading to her parents' house about 4 miles away to pick up her two sons when a vehicle pulled in front of her husband and they T-boned him. "I have so many screws and Rods and I am miserable to this day!" another wrote, adding that now she is disabled at 31 ye...

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  • Rev. Jeffress: Bible Gives Trump 'Moral Authority' to Remove Kim Jong
Rev. Jeffress: Bible Gives Trump 'Moral Authority' to Remove Kim Jong

He has said in the past that former President Barack Obama paved the way for the antichrist and drew wide attention for calling Mormonism a cult during the 2012 Republican primaries. Both the United States and North Korea, although having completely different political systems, are banking on the same nationalist energy while taking each other in...

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  • FTSE 100 drops as GS4 plunges; gold miners rise
FTSE 100 drops as GS4 plunges; gold miners rise

The Dow Jones industrial average lost 50 points, or 0.2 percent, to 22,032. KEEPING SCORE: The Standard & Poor's 500 index fell 7 points, or 0.3 percent, to 2,466 as of 11:20 a.m. Travel website operator Priceline fell 6.54 percent, while travel-review website operator TripAdvisor was down 7.51 percent after both the companies issued disappoint...

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  • Nightly Blackouts and Pirate Drills on World Cruise
Nightly Blackouts and Pirate Drills on World Cruise

Fortunately there was no real risk from pirates to the cruise ship and its passengers and crew. In the report from News.Au.com, Jasinski said there were to be no late-night outdoor bar hopping , movies on the deck, or even any swimming.

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  • CNN fires pro-Trump commentator Jeffrey Lord for tweeting Nazi salute
CNN fires pro-Trump commentator Jeffrey Lord for tweeting Nazi salute

Lord had argued, when his tweet went thermonuclear, that he was "mocking a fascist". CNN has severed ties Thursday with perhaps its best-known Donald Trump defender over his sarcastic use of a Nazi slogan at a liberal activist. Carusone asked, "Why do you expect anyone to take you seriously when you don't take yourself seriously". Jeffrey L...

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  • Trump thanks Putin for ordering U.S. diplomatic staff be cut — BBCI
Trump thanks Putin for ordering U.S. diplomatic staff be cut — BBCI

Speaking to reporters in New Jersey, he said he wanted to thank the Russian leader for saving the U.S. money. The sanctions against Russian Federation were prompted by the US intelligence community's conclusion that the Kremlin sought to interfere in the 2016 presidential election and sway the race in Trump's favor.

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  • Tranquil weather on tap is the calm before some weekend storms
Tranquil weather on tap is the calm before some weekend storms

Affected municipalities: Denver , western Aurora, Lakewood, Arvada, southern Westminster, Commerce City, Littleton, Englewood, Wheat Ridge, Golden, Greenwood Village, Sheridan, Morrison, Idledale, White Ranch Open Space, Chatfield Reservoir, Red Rocks Park and Indian Hills.

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  • Farmingville high school football player killed in freak accident at workout camp
Farmingville high school football player killed in freak accident at workout camp

Two players apparently fell, however, which resulted in the log hitting Mileto. No other players were injured. He played cornerback and wide receiver for the Junior Varsity team previous year, according to FOX5NY. Mileto was taken to Stony Brook University hospital where he was pronounced dead. The log fell and struck Joshua Mileto, a student at ...

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  • NYT's 'Leaked' Bombshell Climate Report Was Actually Public for Months
NYT's 'Leaked' Bombshell Climate Report Was Actually Public for Months

On Tuesday morning, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley appeared on NBC's Today show , where she was asked about the odds that the Trump administration will simply ignore a federal report-pages of which were leaked on Monday to the New York Times-affirming the role of humans in global warming.

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  • Chelsea Manning talks prison, living as trans and dating in 'Vogue'
Chelsea Manning talks prison, living as trans and dating in 'Vogue'

Manning was always courageous but didn't have an avenue for exploring her truth. Chelsea Manning looks empowered and free in a new feature for the September issue of Vogue - and she sounds it too. "But I got scared", she said, and instead joined the military, naively hoping that environment would solve her identity issues. Manning has been ...

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  • USA missile shield not certain to protect Guam from North Korea
USA missile shield not certain to protect Guam from North Korea

And Trump's boasting only added to the confusion over his administration's approach to dealing with North Korea's expanding nuclear capabilities on a day when his top national security aides wavered between messages of alarm and reassurance.

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  • North Korea details plan to fire missile salvo toward Guam
North Korea details plan to fire missile salvo toward Guam

Kim Rak-gyom, commander of the North's Strategic Forces, said the military is "seriously considering a plan of enveloping fire" involving a simultaneous launch of four Hwasong-12 intermediate-range ballistic missiles toward Guam, the official Korean Central News Agency said.

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  • Colbert Interviews God, Mocks Trump's 'Divine Permission' To Fight North Korea
Colbert Interviews God, Mocks Trump's 'Divine Permission' To Fight North Korea

He whined, " They didn't vote for Trump ". However, according to an article in the Boston Globe, quoting an expert in the realm of presidential power, Trump has nearly "unchecked authority to order the use of conventional or nuclear weapons against North Korea ".

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  • Benghazi: Judge Orders State Department to Search Email Server Records
Benghazi: Judge Orders State Department to Search Email Server Records

Judge Amit Mehta, appointed by former President Obama, ordered a search of accounts belonging to Clinton's top aides at the State Department, Huma Abedin, Cheryl Mills and Jake Sullivan, The Daily Caller reported . Mehta deferred ruling on that second claim because the State Department already agreed to search them in another case in which the res...

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  • African migrants storm Spanish beach after arriving on inflatable boat
African migrants storm Spanish beach after arriving on inflatable boat

Sunbathers looked on as migrants jumped out of the small craft and ran up the beach after successfully crossing the Strait of Gibraltar. A Spanish police spokesman told CNN that one officer was in the area when the migrants arrived on shore.

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  • Annabelle: Creation Crew Discuss Spooky New Horror Movie
Annabelle: Creation Crew Discuss Spooky New Horror Movie

This film acts as a further prequel, but it doesn't really explain where the doll or the demon that possesses it come from. As many of you know, Creation is a prequel to 2014's Annabelle , which was a spinoff from The Conjuring franchise.

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  • USA destroyer sent to Chinese waters as North Korea crisis deepens
USA destroyer sent to Chinese waters as North Korea crisis deepens

The freedom of navigation operation - known in the military as a "FONOP" - is likely to provoke Beijing and was the third of its kind carried out by the United States since President Donald Trump took office. It is also believed to be rich in natural resources, including oil. The US says it supports none of the nations' claims in the area and i...

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  • How Have Institutional Investors Been Trading Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Company (HMHC)?
How Have Institutional Investors Been Trading Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Company (HMHC)?

It is down 25.97% since August 9, 2016 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 42.67% the S&P500.The move comes after 7 months negative chart setup for the $1.40B company. Therefore 89% are positive. PA raised its position in shares of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt by 3.8% in the second quarter. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt had 10 analyst report...

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