• Elderly man found dead in Denver elevator pushed emergency button twice
Elderly man found dead in Denver elevator pushed emergency button twice

Between the morning of July 6 and August 2, Komisarchik is believed to have died after he was unable to escape an elevator , possibly because of dementia . Komisarchik's family and friends". The fire department reportedly never received an emergency call from inside the broken elevator . Although some tenants told local media the elevator wa...

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  • Omarosa appearance at black journalist conference doesn't go well
Omarosa appearance at black journalist conference doesn't go well

Omarosa , who now works on Trump's communication team, was once close pals with Ryan, Martin and Bryant, but is now monitoring them due to their political differences. "I said, you can take the hand away, okay?" Brittany Packnett - a Ferguson protester who rose to prominence inside the Black Lives Matter movement as a part of the policy group Cam...

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  • And Holocaust Survivor - Dies At 114
And Holocaust Survivor - Dies At 114

Kristal claimed his title as the oldest living man at the age of 112 years and 178 days last year, and was given a certificate at his home. "I believe that everything is determined from above and we shall never know the reasons why". Last October, when he turned 113, Kristal celebrated his bar mitzvah at the Kosel. The only survivor in his fa...

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  • Threat of 'Fire and Fury' Wasn't Enough for North Korea
Threat of 'Fire and Fury' Wasn't Enough for North Korea

At the same time, Trump denied having discussed a preemptive attack, apparently oblivious to that being exactly how his comments in the past couple of days have been interpreted. " Today , the president tweeted that he had ordered a modernization of the US nuclear arsenal and touted its unmatched power". "We were pretty sure, as was John Kennedy,...

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  • Trump to Make Brief Trip to NYC, DC During August Vacation
Trump to Make Brief Trip to NYC, DC During August Vacation

Officials did not say why the president would be making the trip to the White House, where the Oval Office is undergoing routine renovations. The improvements to the White House include a new air conditioning and heating system, replacing the current 27-year-old system that's kept past presidents cool and comfortable in the summer heat.

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  • Bihar senior IAS officer body found at Ghaziabad tracks
Bihar senior IAS officer body found at Ghaziabad tracks

His cell phone and the suicide note which was kept in a Nike bag was recovered from Room No. 742 of Hotel Leela Palace in Delhi. Ghaziabad GRP SHO Somvir Singh said that it seemed that the IAS officer committed suicide by jumping in front of a moving train.

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  • North Korea 'planning nuke strike on U.S. territory ANY MOMENT'
North Korea 'planning nuke strike on U.S. territory ANY MOMENT'

Tension in the region has risen since North Korea carried out two nuclear bomb tests previous year and the intercontinental missile tests, all in violation of U.N. While monitoring the border area, a South Korean Marine spotted the defector and came to his rescue, according to the military. Of course, if the USA determines that North Korea ha...

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  • Venezuela Constituent Assembly ratifies Nicolas Maduro as President
Venezuela Constituent Assembly ratifies Nicolas Maduro as President

In a lengthy address to the 545 members of a new, all-powerful constitutional assembly, Maduro instructed Venezuela's foreign minister to approach the United States about arranging a telephone conversation or meeting with Trump. The developments fuelled tensions that have been flaring in Venezuela for the past four months. On Thursday, the ...

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  • Guam a pawn in US-North Korea confrontations - academic
Guam a pawn in US-North Korea confrontations - academic

Calvo said there was "concern and worry" among the people of Guam but "no panic". It appears that the much-hyped threat to possibly obliterate at least a part of Guam may be a preemptive strike. "At the same time, the governor of Guam helped assure people that things are in place especially the security umbrella that we hope will intercept any ...

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  • Japan allows United States to continue Osprey flights despite fury after fatal crash
Japan allows United States to continue Osprey flights despite fury after fatal crash

The US military reportedly resumed operations of the aircraft in Okinawa just two days after the fatal crash, which the Marine Corps has referred to as a " mishap ". A Camp Pendleton-based Marine was one of the victims. "The loss of every Marine is felt across our entire Marine Corps family", said Col. Tye R. Wallace, the commanding officer of ...

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  • After Facebook post, state officials condemn Daniel Loeb
After Facebook post, state officials condemn Daniel Loeb

Andrea Stewart-Cousins, a Westchester Democrats who leads the mainline group of Democrats who have been urging Cuomo - unsuccessfully - to get involved in party efforts to bring a breakaway group of Senate Democrats to end their alliance with Republicans.

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  • The Trump Chicken Is the White House's Most Recent Protester
The Trump Chicken Is the White House's Most Recent Protester

The inflatable chicken, about 13-feet-tall, also became the go-to symbol during nationwide tax marches on April 15, which targeted Trump's unwillingness to release his tax information. Tax March is a national movement led by everyday Americans. Brar said he secured the permits for the balloon from the National Park Service and the Secret Servic...

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  • Police Say Security Footage Deleted In Penn State Fraternity Pledge Death
Police Say Security Footage Deleted In Penn State Fraternity Pledge Death

Both men must appear at the next hearing in the case, which is scheduled to begin on August 30. A retired state trooper says he hasn't been able to serve Bream with a subpoena, despite contacting university lawyers and authorities at the building where Bream works.

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  • North Korea says it is ready to teach U.S. 'severe lesson'
North Korea says it is ready to teach U.S. 'severe lesson'

President Trump hailed the U.N. Security Council's unanimous approval Saturday of tough new sanctions on North Korea, including a ban on exports worth over $1 billion - a huge bite in its total exports, valued at $3 billion a year ago. North Korean state TV's famous news anchor defiantly announced that the country would never put its weapons o...

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  • TheStreet Lowers SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc
TheStreet Lowers SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc

Hutchin Hill Capital Ltd Partnership invested in 0.1% or 152,700 shares. They now have a Dollars 17 price target on the stock. The stock was bought at an average price of $18.34 per share, for a total transaction of $13,865,040.00. A number of other hedge funds and other institutional investors have also recently made changes to their positions in ...

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  • Tech companies lead broad slide in U.S. stocks; oil rises
Tech companies lead broad slide in U.S. stocks; oil rises

Almost $1 trillion has been wiped out from global equity markets since Trump's promise on Tuesday to unleash "fire and fury" on North Korea if it threatens the United States. A separate report from the Labor Department showed an unexpected uptick in initial jobless claims in the week ended August 5th. Damage for the week: The days of verbal spa...

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  • Rochester Hills woman killed by hippo on African safari
Rochester Hills woman killed by hippo on African safari

And a farewell service for the woman is scheduled for August 20. Carol Sue Kirken a 75 year old MI businesswoman has died after being attacked by a hippopotamus while on an African safari with her family. Tributes flooded social media upon the news of her death. Her grandson Eric Strickler wrote on Facebook: 'You were an wonderful woman...

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  • About 50% Guam residents 'very concerned' about N. Korean threat
About 50% Guam residents 'very concerned' about N. Korean threat

In 2013, state media cited leader Kim Jong Un as having ordered his military to prepare plans on launching strikes on USA military bases in Guam , Hawaii and South Korea as well as the American mainland. Local historian Malia Ramirez - who specializes in oral history, the verbal passing down of traditions from the elders - said he could sense the ...

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  • Appeals Court Puts Brakes on EPA's HFC Phasedown
Appeals Court Puts Brakes on EPA's HFC Phasedown

HFCs lurk in the leaky refrigerator cases of grocery stores and air conditioners across the globe. This means that emitting a kilogram of an HFC contributes to climate change as much as a ton or more of carbon dioxide. Brendan Collins, an environmental attorney and a partner in Ballard Spahr's Philadelphia office, said this may indicate the judges ...

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  • AK Steel Holding Corporation (AKS) Lifted to Hold at Zacks Investment Research
AK Steel Holding Corporation (AKS) Lifted to Hold at Zacks Investment Research

Vanguard Group Inc. increased its stake in shares of United States Steel Corporation by 10.1% in the first quarter. Oregon Public Employees Retirement Fund now owns 60,446 shares of the basic materials company's stock valued at $2,044,000 after buying an additional 2,615 shares during the period.

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  • Mattis to Kim Jong-un: US Would 'End' North Korean Regime
Mattis to Kim Jong-un: US Would 'End' North Korean Regime

Tillerson said the United States is hopeful that its pressure campaign, with the engagement of China and Russian Federation, two of North Korea's closest neighbors, can begin to persuade the regime they need to take a different diplomatic path, and that nothing that he's seen or that he knows of "would indicate that the situation has dramatical...

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  • 30 children die in hospital in Uttar Pradesh - medical official
30 children die in hospital in Uttar Pradesh - medical official

Gorakhpur is the parliamentary constituency of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath , but not a word of condolence has yet been heard from him. Despite several reminders and no progress in payment, the cylinder supply was stopped. And almost 23 passed away by Friday afternoon, he was reported as saying.

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  • Anti-immigrant boat backed by far-right encounters 'technical difficulty' at sea
Anti-immigrant boat backed by far-right encounters 'technical difficulty' at sea

It needed to refuel earlier this week, but was stuck off the coast of Tunisia after a powerful Tunisian union and fishermen refused to allow it access to the country's ports. The C Star released a distress signal when its engine failed, leaving it unable to maneuver. Defend Europe's ship, the CStar - the running costs of which were crowdfunde...

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  • Hamas considering plan to scale back civilian rule of Gaza
Hamas considering plan to scale back civilian rule of Gaza

The underground wall alongside the 60km border costing $1.1bn will be completed within two years, Israel reveals. The underground wall, which will be built from concrete and be fitted with sensors, is expected to reach dozens of metres deep into the ground and to stand at six metres high from ground level.

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  • Swimmers Rescued From Lake Superior in Duluth
Swimmers Rescued From Lake Superior in Duluth

The survival suit of the firefighter in the water filled with water making it hard to reach shore. She had been in the water for about 60 minutes, while he was missing for about 90 minutes. The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office says the girl was from Hudson, Wisc., and her father was from Osceola, Wisc. They found the man about 40 minutes later.

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  • Amber Alert issued for 4-year-old Palm Beach County boy
Amber Alert issued for 4-year-old Palm Beach County boy

Dominic has a small pinkish-red birthmark on the back of his neck and a small scar on his lower back. Police believe there's a chance Dominic may be in the company of Elizabeth and Luis Caprio. According to Dominic's mother, Danielle Caprio, she left her little boy with the nanny at around 12:30 p.m. on Thursday. "She is 5'5" tall and weighs appr...

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  • Canadian diplomat in Cuba also treated for hearing loss
Canadian diplomat in Cuba also treated for hearing loss

In the fall of 2016, a series of USA diplomats began suffering unexplained losses of hearing, according to officials with knowledge of the investigation into the case. The FBI and Diplomatic Security Service are investigating. US officials told The Associated Press that about five diplomats, several with spouses, had been affected and that no c...

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  • Trump DC hotel boosted rates after inauguration
Trump DC hotel boosted rates after inauguration

The Post noted the Trump Organization thought the hotel would lose $2.1 million in the first four months of 2017. The case involves four plaintiffs who claim the Trump Organization has benefited unfairly by creating improper competition for other catering services and hotels in the area and also by doing businesses with foreign governments.

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  • Dozens Of Patients On Stretchers Evacuated From Exeter Hospital
Dozens Of Patients On Stretchers Evacuated From Exeter Hospital

Kingston Fire said it has sent two ambulances to Exeter Hospital following a report of a "chemical release" in the emergency room, according to the report. Video from SkyEye shows a large number of people seated on stretchers in the grass outside the hospital. Hospital officials said the response was out of an "abundance of caution".

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  • Banco Santander - Chile ADS (NYSE:BSAC) Sees Significantly Lower Trading Volume
Banco Santander - Chile ADS (NYSE:BSAC) Sees Significantly Lower Trading Volume

The volume of the particular stock is the shares bought and sold in a single trading day. According to Financial Times, The 5 analysts offering 12 month price targets for Guess?, Inc. If you are accessing this article on another domain, it was illegally stolen and republished in violation of United States and global trademark and copyright laws.

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  • Charles Piutau leaving Ulster to join Pat Lam's Bristol side
Charles Piutau leaving Ulster to join Pat Lam's Bristol side

The British Telegraph is reporting that Piutau has signed a deal with Championship side Bristol worth almost $2 million. He added: "The biggest consideration in my decision to join Bristol is the opportunity to play with my brother Siale, as he approaches the end of his career".

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  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 gets Nougat update
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 gets Nougat update

As you may know, many security/anti-theft apps (like Android Device Manager ) can use Android's administrator permission to wipe the device . All-in-all, eScan's report seems to be a lot of fury over an imaginary scenario that Xiaomi has little control over.

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  • Navy secretary on transgender troops: 'Any patriot' should be allowed to serve
Navy secretary on transgender troops: 'Any patriot' should be allowed to serve

The newly confirmed Secretary of the Navy walked a fine line between obeying the Commander-In-Chief and pushing back against Trump's nonsensical ban on transgender people serving in the military . Meanwhile, GLAD and the National Center for Lesbian Rights filed a lawsuit seeking an injunction against Trump's directive to reinstate a ban. In a la...

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  • Lavrov: Russia to protect itself in 'sanctions war'
Lavrov: Russia to protect itself in 'sanctions war'

At the same time, US Secretary of Defense Mattis stated once again: "Yes, this will involve a huge number of human casualties, and yet talks about a pre-emptive strike on North Korea, talks in Pyongyang, that it is necessary to strike the island of Guam, where several US military bases are located, do not stop", Lavrov said.

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  • Judge Dismisses School Sex Charges
Judge Dismisses School Sex Charges

In April of this month, a former 30-year-old female teacher from Alabama pleaded guilty to having sexual intercourse with three high school students. State prosecutors have argued the law is constitutional and created to protect students. Thompson explained in writing that because of how the law is written, it makes it hard for courts to determ...

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