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About 100 law enforcement officials responded to "multiple scenes, I can think of at least five scenes", after the shooting, he said . It was "very clear" early on that "we had a subject that was randomly picking targets", he said. He says he and his roommate told authorities that their neighbor was acting "crazy" and threatening them. Mercy Medical Center in Redding received three patients, including one who also was transferred elsewhere, said Harter, whose company, Dignity Health, runs ...
  • Trump aide: White House won't support Moore if allegations are true

    Trump aide: White House won't support Moore if allegations are true

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    Merrill questioned the timing of the story to HuffPost , saying he thinks it's odd that the allegations against Moore are coming out now and that Alabama has many "outstanding news people" and "not one of those people has ever been able to" unearth the allegations the Washington Post reported Thursday.
  • 3 killed, 20 missing in Andhra boat accident

    3 killed, 20 missing in Andhra boat accident

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    The passengers were travelling to Pavitra Sangamam to see a daily ritual when the boat lost its balance. Thirty-eight people were on board when the ferry capsized while turning toward the river bank, officials said. Of them, 32 belonged to a walkers' association from Ongole in Prakasam district and six from Nellore. Locals rescued 15 people. On the other hand, Chief Minister N.
  • Japanese PM Falls Into A Sandy Hole And Trump Doesn't Notice

    Japanese PM Falls Into A Sandy Hole And Trump Doesn't Notice

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    While playing golf with President Trump, the Prime Minister of Japan took a tumble after trying to get out of a bunker. U.S. President Donald Trump yesterday pledged to stand by Japan against the "the "menace" of North Korea and said he wanted to reshape the two nations' trade relationship".
  • United States lawmaker submits resolution calling for 'clearer' message to N. Korea

    United States lawmaker submits resolution calling for 'clearer' message to N. Korea

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    Also on Saturday, the USA and South Korean navies launched four days of joint drills off the east coast of South Korea. The exercises come after the US and South Korea in their recent annual meeting on defensive policy agreed to expand the rotational deployment of strategic American military assets such as aircraft carriers, submarines and bombers to the peninsula.
  • Mueller probes Flynn role in plot to deliver cleric to Turkey

    Mueller probes Flynn role in plot to deliver cleric to Turkey

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    Investigators in Robert Mueller's Russian Federation probe are questioning witnesses about a September 2016 meeting that was alleged to have happened between Michael Flynn , who would later become President Donald Trump's national security adviser, and Rep.
  • Israeli PM denies wrongdoing in graft affairs

    Israeli PM denies wrongdoing in graft affairs

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    According to the Hebrew-language Ynet news site, officers with the police 433 Lahav anti-corruption unit were seen arriving at the official prime minister's residence in Jerusalem in the afternoon. Netanyahu has consistently denied any wrongdoing and says he has been the target of a campaign by political opponents. That said, he very much admires money.
  • Auto plows into crowd near Toulouse

    Auto plows into crowd near Toulouse

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    A auto has been driven into three students near the French city of Toulouse, leaving a woman in a serious condition. Officials confirmed the 28-year-old suspect was not on the terrorism watch list, but had been planning the attack for quite some time.
  • TSA Fails 80 Percent Of Undercover Screening Tests, Seeks 3D Scanners

    TSA Fails 80 Percent Of Undercover Screening Tests, Seeks 3D Scanners

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    They included problems with the TSA's screener performance, screening equipment, and associated procedures. An undercover investigation by the US Department of Homeland Security's Office of Inspector General found that the country's Transportation Security Administration detectors failed to notice weapons entering airports at an alarming rate: more than half of weapons passed through TSA screeners unnoticed.
  • Self-driving shuttle hit by truck just hours into Las Vegas debut

    Self-driving shuttle hit by truck just hours into Las Vegas debut

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    No one was injured and the truck driver was cited. Navaya, a French company that operates a driverless shuttle on the campus of the University of MI in Ann Arbor, built the Las Vegas shuttle, Fox News reported . As an incentive to testing out the shuttle, AAA is donating $1 to the Las Vegas Victims Fund for every rider that gets on the shuttle. The shuttle is manufactured by NAVYA , comes equipped with LiDAR technology , GPS , cameras, and will seat 8 passengers with seatbelts.
  • Metal Singer Elected Virginia's First Transgender Official

    Metal Singer Elected Virginia's First Transgender Official

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    If Tuesday night is a precursor for the future, expect more LGBTQ people to run for office - and win handily. In addition to this year's bathroom bill , Marshall was also the author of a now-void constitutional amendment that defined marriage as between one man and one woman, and sponsored a bill banning gay people from openly serving in the Virginia National Guard.
  • Syrian army, allies, take last IS stronghold in Syria

    Syrian army, allies, take last IS stronghold in Syria

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    A video published on a YouTube account affliated with the pro-government forces shows Syrian Army soldiers and allied forces from various militia groups as well as Hezbollah fighters celebrating their victory in Abu Kamal. It has already carried out guerrilla operations in both Iraq and in Syria, and has continued to inspire lone militants to attack civilian targets in the West.
  • U.S. isolated after Syria signs up to Paris climate pact

    U.S. isolated after Syria signs up to Paris climate pact

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    War-torn Syria would be the 197th country to sign on to the climate pact, which vows to hold global warming to "well below" two degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit). "As if it wasn't already crystal clear, every single other country in the world is moving forward together to tackle the climate crisis, while Donald Trump has isolated the United States on the world stage in an embarrassing and unsafe position", Sierra Club executive director Michael Brune told EcoWatch , in response to ...
  • United Kingdom minister Patel suspends foreign trip

    United Kingdom minister Patel suspends foreign trip

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    A Downing Street spokesperson said: "It is not true that the Prime Minister knew about the International Development Secretary's meeting with PM Netanyahu before Friday 3rd November". The International Development Secretary, who is facing mounting criticism, was "in the air" on her way to Africa, Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt told the Commons, adding that she "did not suddenly contrive" the visit in order to avoid facing MPs.
  • DHS ends protected immigration status for Nicaraguans, extends for Hondurans

    DHS ends protected immigration status for Nicaraguans, extends for Hondurans

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    Duke also announced the automatic extension for six months of TPS for Hondurans, explaining that further study was needed on conditions in the northern Central American country. The acting homeland security secretary says the program is no longer necessary for Nicaraguans in the U.S. El Salvador became the first country to receive TPS designation in 1990 in the aftermath of the country's civil war.
  • Perilous Journey: 26 Teenage Migrant Girls Found Dead in Mediterranean Sea

    Perilous Journey: 26 Teenage Migrant Girls Found Dead in Mediterranean Sea

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    The bodies of 26 Nigerian women were recovered from the Mediterranean Sea , and Italian prosecutors are probing whether their deaths are linked to sex trafficking. Last year, from January to November: 159,467 migrants arrived in Italy and 3,615 people died on the route. La Repubblica , an Italian medium, reports that a total of 375 migrants rescued from the sea and now in the warship are sub-Saharan Africans from Nigeria, Senegal, Ghana, The Gambia and Sudan.
  • Turkey, US end mutual visa stoppage on 'limited basis'

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    News of the partial resumption of visa services reported by local media earlier has helped the Turkish lira strengthen to 3.8356 to the dollar from 3.8708 beforehand. The U.S. embassy said it continues to "have serious concerns about the existing cases against arrested local employees" as well as the cases of other arrested U.S.
  • Watch the Steamy Final Fifty Shades Freed Trailer

    Watch the Steamy Final Fifty Shades Freed Trailer

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    Christian Grey . All should be well in their world, but there has to be drama somewhere to finish a trilogy. Now to finish things off we're getting Fifty Shades Freed , which might actually have a storyline, going by this trailer (but maybe not).