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Crash between truck, motorcycles leaves 7 dead, 3 injured

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Two were taken to Androscoggin Valley Hospital and one was taken by rescue helicopter to Maine Medical Center. New Hampshire state police said that a 2016 Dodge 2500 pickup truck collided with the riders on US 2 in Randolph. "There's quite a bit of work left to be done", Vetter told the New Hampshire Union Leader late Friday night. Passersby equipped with first aid kits and blankets rushed to the aid of the injured motorcyclists. Read More »

MI man wins $80M lottery, must pay half to ex-wife

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Robbins told CNN that the couple had been separated since 2009. However, the arbitrator did not see it that way and awarded Mary-Beth her share of the winnings this week. "Rich was lucky, but it was his luck, not Mary's, that produced the lottery proceeds", the lawyer said, according to a court filing cited by the Free Press . Read More »

Whoopi Goldberg defends Joe Biden, saying he is not a racist

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It is the ugliest row up to now on this Democratic jog for the White Dwelling. Strom Thurmond , once a full-throated segregationist who left the Democratic Party to become a Republican when national Democrats began supporting civil rights for African Americans after World War II. Read More »

Supreme Court says cross memorial can remain on public land

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In the past, similar monuments have met with a mixed fate at the high court. That three-prong test presented in the court's 1971 Lemon v. Kurtzman opinion says a law must have a secular goal, not primarily promote or restrict religion and "not foster an excessive entanglement with religion " to avoid a violation of the Establishment Clause . Read More »

David Ortiz shooting suspect charged with drug possession

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Rolfi Ferreira-Cruz was indicted on cocaine and heroin possession charges as well as conspiracy to distribute 100 grams or more of heroin and some cocaine, the Newark U.S. New Jersey prosecutors did not address the difference in spelling but said the man they were looking for was the suspected shooter. Prosecutors assert the taking pictures of Ortiz changed into as soon as a case of mistaken identity and that the bullet changed into as soon as supposed for Sixto David Fernández in what ... Read More »

Venezuelan prosecutor opens corruption probe into Guaido

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Bachelet first met with Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza on Wednesday night, who said he expressed the government's willingness to work with the high commissioner to "correct what needs to be corrected.in order to preserve the human rights of Venezuelans". Read More »

Writer E Jean Caroll accuses Donald Trump of sexual assault

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Carroll recounted the incident as among several harrowing incidents with what she describes as "hideous men" over the course of her life. She was 52 and Trump was 50 when the incident allegedly took place. He selected a "lacy see-through bodysuit of lilac gray" and asked her to model it for him; she quipped back that he should try it on. "It is a disgrace and people should pay dearly for such false accusations". Read More »

United States to target 2,000 migrant families on Sunday

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Agents at local field offices are receiving briefings and trainings, according to the senior immigration official. For the last two years, officers from U.S. We agree that criminals, like unsafe gang members who came here illegally, should be deported immediately. The Chicago mayor who is still fairly new in her first term said Friday she would take "concrete steps" to support her immigrant communities over ICE raids that have been publicized to begin Sunday. Read More »

Nine people die in Hawaii plane crash

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The Honolulu Fire Department said they received reports of a plane crash at about 6.30pm yesterday. Some family members of those on board were at the airport waiting for the plane to return when the crash occurred. Honolulu Emergency Services Department spokeswoman Shayne Enright was quoted as saying that all nine passengers on the aircraft were pronounced dead at the scene. Read More »

Himalayan glaciers melting doubled since 2000, show spy satellites

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The scientists combined declassified U.S. spy satellite images from the mid-1970s with modern satellite data to create the first detailed, four-decade record of ice along the 2,000km (1,200-mile) mountain chain. Past research looked at individual Himalayan glaciers over short time periods, but this is the first to look at the big picture - 650 glaciers over decades, Schaefer said. Read More »

United suspends Newark-Mumbai flights over concerns about Iran's airspace

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However the United States military insists the drone was over worldwide waters at the time. However, the United States said the drone was shot down in global waters and not over Iranian airspace. US military officials accused Iran earlier this month of attacking an oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz, a major worldwide oil gateway. According to reports, a civil aircraft was operating very near the aircraft (within 45 nautical miles), which explains the gravity of the crisis. Read More »

Fact-checking Trump's tweets on Obama's payments to Iran

Washington maintains its UAV was shot down while patrolling over global waters in an " unprovoked attack ". Meanwhile, the spokesman for Iran's Supreme National Security Council, Keyvan Khosravi, denied the claim by Reuters that Iran had received a message from US President Donald Trump through Oman , according to Iranian Mehr News Agency. Read More »

Joe Biden's years-old letters to racist senator revealed

How did Biden land in trouble again? In comments at a Wall Street fundraising event at New York's Carlyle Hotel on Monday, Biden cited the late senators James O Eastland of MS and Herman E Talmadge of Georgia as two senators with whom he disagreed , but still worked with and "got things done". Read More »

Journalist E. Jean Carroll accuses Trump, Moonves of sexual assault

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Carroll alleges that Trump assaulted her in a dressing room in the store after he had asked her for advice on a present to buy a female friend. "I don't know how many apertures and openings you possess, Reader, but Moonves, with his arms squirming and poking and goosing and scooping and pricking and prodding and jabbing, is looking for fissures I don't even know I own, and - by God!" In the statement, Trump argued that false sexual assault allegations are "an epidemic", an argument that ... Read More »

Roy Moore launches new US Senate bid despite misconduct claims

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Of the possibility of Moore securing the GOP nomination, he added: "I don't think it's good for the party nationally". During his Thursday press conference, Moore said he would continue to "stand up for the U.S. The former Alabama chief justice has a following among evangelical voters after defying federal court orders regarding same-sex marriage and the public display of the Ten Commandments. Read More »

Court tosses black man's murder conviction over racial bias

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During the 2010 trial that resulted in Flowers' conviction and death sentence, Evans rejected five of six potential black jurors. Now it's up to the state of MS whether to try him for a seventh time. Evans has said he excluded the potential black jurors for non-racial reasons. Flowers's lawyers said that means looking at Evans's work in previous trials, not just the most recent one. Read More »

Police called to Boris Johnson's home after neighbour raises concerns

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London's Metropolitan Police responded to calls Friday morning from a neighbor of Conservative Party leadership candidate Boris Johnson , who phoned the police about a loud altercation on the property. Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay, a supporter of Mr Johnson's, told the BBC this would prove a "significant challenge", given that the European Union has ruled this out and leaders are not scheduled to meet again until 17 October. Read More »

MP Mark Field accused of assaulting climate protester at event

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Mark Field MP was seen launching himself from his seat to confront an environmental activist at Mansion House, London , by shoving her against a pillar before marching her out of the room by her neck. Speaking on Good Morning Britain , Mr Lewis said: "I've spoken to the chief whip this morning and there will be an investigation from our end". To watch a minister of our Foreign Office be so quick to resort to physical violence despite cameras rolling and many eyes on him, is extremely ... Read More »

Trump reportedly approved, abruptly called off retaliatory strike on Iran

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The canceled attack comes after Iran shot down a US drone flying in worldwide air space over the Strait of Hormuz and reportedly attacked several commercial vessels transiting the waterway. President Trump's hawkish advisers are blaming Iran for several tanker attacks, and Trump has already ordered 2,500 additional troops into the region. Read More »

Louis abortion clinic to defy state over preliminary pelvic exam

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Recently, Missouri's last abortion clinic caved to pressure from the state and began doing additional, and completely unnecessary, pelvic exams on women several days before an abortion. Planned Parenthood is fighting for its life in this state, and gave in in an attempt to keep the lights on. The health department requires a pelvic exam during a consultation at least 72 hours before the procedure, and a second exam at the time of the abortion. Read More »

Australian photographer, storm-chaser killed in auto accident southwest of Wichita

Sharpe was described as a world-renowned storm and landscape photographer. Mr Sharpe, an ambassador for Nikon, began photographing 15 years ago when he started out in real estate photography and moved into portraiture and events. When Mia was born past year, Sharpe posted on Facebook, saying: "Never have I witnessed anything as lovely as her". Dale Sharpe , 36, was travelling through Kansas on June 20 when his auto hit a deer and began letting out smoke. Read More »

India deploys destroyer, patrol vessel to Gulf of Oman

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Washington had already accused Iran of carrying out attacks on tanker vessels in the Strait of Hormuz area, which links the Gulf and the Gulf of Oman , and through which much of the world's oil passes. The US blamed Iran for the attacks. The Information Fusion Centre-Indian Ocean Region, set up in Gurgaon by the Indian Navy in December 2018, was also keeping a close watch on the movement of ships in the Gulf region, according to a report in IANS. Read More »

Republican-Led Senate Votes to Block Trump Administration's Saudi Arms Sale

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One of the votes was a rebuke of the Trump administration's posture towards Saudi Arabia especially in the aftermath of the death of writer and Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi, allegedly ordered by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman. "To reject these sales at this time and under these circumstances is to reward recent Iranian aggression and to encourage further Iranian escalation", Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Jim Risch (R-Idaho) said. Read More »

Fire, explosion at gas refinery rocks Philadelphia

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A veteran refinery worker who was at the plant when the fire broke out said, "It was the worst I've ever experienced", he said. Flames and smoke emerge from the Philadelphia Energy Solutions Refining Complex in Philadelphia , on June 21, 2019. Read More »

Yoga Day: Thousands of Indians celebrate the day

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The Ministry of AYUSH, nodal ministry for observation of International Day of Yoga across the country, is organising several events in the city. The theme of this yoga day, the fifth, is "climate action" and Modi said yoga can "foster oneness. Read More »

Suspect in Sacramento officer killing surrenders

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The suspected gunman barricaded himself in a home where he fired at police for several hours. KTXL-TV says a lieutenant is reporting that the officer was responding to a report of shots fired in the North Sacramento neighborhood Wednesday evening when she was hit and is pinned down in the yard of a home. Read More »

Nick Nurse reacts on Toronto’s potential White House visit

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The two Canadians have been languishing behind bars in China since shortly after Canada arrested high tech executive Meng Wanzhou in December in response of a USA extradition request. "If sportsmanship is the order of the day, we can hold up the t-shirt", Pelosi then said before posing for a photo with Trudeau. Canada has started the ratification process, with legislation making its way through Parliament. Read More »

Stonehenge summer solstice: Thousands gather to cheer sunrise

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As the earth follows its orbit around the sun, the polar hemisphere that faced away from the sun, experiencing winter, will, in half a year, face towards the sun and experience summer. In some cultures it is seen as the middle of winter, while in others it is seen as the beginning of winter. "Because the path of the Earth around the sun is an ellipse, not a circle, and because the Earth is off-centre on its axis, these combined phenomena can create up to several minutes difference between ... Read More »

Pilots criticize Boeing for mistakes on its grounded 737 Max jet

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IAG is a savvy aircraft buyer and is led by a former 737 pilot, CEO Willie Walsh. Captain Chesley B. "Sully" Sullenberger III testified Wednesday before the House Subcommittee on Aviation. Others at the hearing agreed with Sullenberger and disputed the FAA's previous insistence that pilots had been sufficiently trained how to use the MCAS system, as well as Boeing's insinuation that global pilots did not "completely follow" instructions of how to prevent an MCAS malfunction. Read More »

Mohammed Morsi: UN Calls For Probe Of Ex-Egyptian President's Death

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He said: "Morsi was struggling on the floor in the courtroom for 20 minutes". "Unfortunately, Mohamed Morsi was on the ground of courtroom flailing for 20 minutes". Egyptian authorities have yet to comment on Morsi's son's claims. While el-Sisi consolidated power and reportedly reigned in or manipulated much of the Egyptian media, Morsi was indicted for espionage, and charged with jailbreak, insulting the judiciary and for being involved in terrorism. Read More »