• Wisconsin police investigate report of active shooter

    Wisconsin police investigate report of active shooter

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    Officers shot the gunman, whose identity was not immediately released, and moved him to a local hospital before he succumbed to his injuries. She didn't have any other information about the shooting but said it was "totally unexpected". We're all software people. The suspect was shot by officers after the incident at WTS Paradigm, a software company, Middleton Police Chief Charles Foulke said at a news conference.
  • Route reopened into city cut off by Florence flood water

    Route reopened into city cut off by Florence flood water

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    Pieces of buildings ripped apart by the storm flew through the air. "Most of them settle down for a few hours, but some of them won't eat". Sewage leaks increase the risk of outbreaks of infectious disease, said Louise Ivers, executive director for Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Global Health, an infectious disease specialist.
  • Kavanaugh's accuser NOT ready to testify against Trump's supreme court nominee

    Kavanaugh's accuser NOT ready to testify against Trump's supreme court nominee

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    Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein of California responded on Twitter by writing, "Fact check: The FBI can investigate Dr. Blasey Ford's allegations as part of its background investigation-that is their job". Judge has denied being in the room, but said in a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he has no plans to testify publicly. The Justice Department has said the Federal Bureau of Investigation sent Ford's initial letter making the allegation against Kavanaugh to the ...
  • As Senate weighs Kavanaugh, Thomas example offers cautions

    As Senate weighs Kavanaugh, Thomas example offers cautions

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    Ford told the Post that Kavanaugh "was trying to attack me and remove my clothing" at a teenagers' party one summer in the early 1980s. A spokesman for Grassley complained about the timing of Ford's public accusation, saying it "raises a lot of questions about Democrats' tactics and motives to bring this to the rest of the committee's attention only now rather than during the many steps along the way".
  • Trump hosts joint news conference with Poland president

    Trump hosts joint news conference with Poland president

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    As Duda gave his opening remarks and expressed interest in defense projects in conjunction with the US, he proposed the construction of a permanent military base that would be named after Trump. Warsaw could offer up to $2 billion in funding for a USA military base, according to a Polish Defense Ministry proposal reported by Polish media. "And I'm convinced that this cooperation between Poland and the United States will go on smoothly", Duda continued.
  • Pakistan PM Khan vows to grant Afghan refugees citizenship

    Pakistan PM Khan vows to grant Afghan refugees citizenship

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    According to the media reports, it is expected that the Prime Minister Imran Khan will watch the match live at the Dubai Stadium tomorrow. 70 cars were sold in the first batch. As part of the cost-cutting initiative, he had announced the auction of surplus PM House vehicles. Pakistan's current account deficit widened 43 percent to $18 billion in the fiscal year that ended June 30, while the fiscal deficit has ballooned to 6.6 percent of the economy.
  • My Brexit plan or crash out of European Union, says Theresa May

    My Brexit plan or crash out of European Union, says Theresa May

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    The backstop deadlock is being used to force the United Kingdom into becoming a vassal state and the talks are on course to end in a "spectacular political vehicle crash", according to the former foreign secretary. Hardline Conservatives have claimed up to 80 Tory MPs are prepared to vote against May's plan. An agreement is still likely to take "months" according to insiders.
  • Donald Trump taunts US media over Barack Obama error

    Donald Trump taunts US media over Barack Obama error

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    House in southern California last weekend. Also appearing with Obama at the rally Thursday in Cleveland will be U.S. Sen. "On November 6th, we have a chance to restore some sanity to our politics", Obama said. "Richard Cordray, Obama's former regulator-in-chief, would just be more of the same of the outdated Obama-era policies that hurt OH families". GMMB was the lead ad agency for Obama's successful presidential bids.
  • Brett Kavanaugh’s Accuser Willing to Testify, Lawyer Says

    Brett Kavanaugh’s Accuser Willing to Testify, Lawyer Says

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    Ford told the Washington Post that Kavanaugh had "groped her over her clothes, grinding his body against hers ... clumsily attempting to pull off her one-piece bathing suit and the clothing she wore over it". The therapist's notes say that four boys attacked her, but Ford says that the therapist was mistaken: four boys were at the party, just two were in the room.
  • Mystery man seen leaving site of Kings Plaza mall blaze: cops

    Mystery man seen leaving site of Kings Plaza mall blaze: cops

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    Almost two dozen people sustained injuries after a massive inferno tore through a parking garage at Kings Plaza Shopping Center this morning. Some 200 firefighters from more than 50 units, including three marine units, rushed to combat the seven-alarm inferno after it was reported at 8:28 am, the department said.
  • Trump on Hurricane Maria

    Trump on Hurricane Maria

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    He said the number of deaths when he visited Puerto Rico after the storm was "from 6 to 18", even though news outlets were already reporting dozens, if not hundreds, of additional casualties that were likely uncounted. Maria, which made landfall as a Category 4 storm, caused an island-wide power outage, nearly completely knocked out communications including satellite phones and left 80% of the island without access to water in the days following the storm.
  • Arrested Texas border agent described as 'serial killer'

    Arrested Texas border agent described as 'serial killer'

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    A U.S. Border Patrol supervisor was jailed Sunday on $2.5 million USA bond in Texas, accused in the killing of at least four women and of injuring a fifth who managed to escape. A second victim, 42-year-old Claudine Anne Luera , was found shot and left in the road Thursday morning, badly injured but still alive. Webb County District Attorney Isidro Alaniz told the AP he believes Ortiz has killed four women, including one transgender woman, since September 3.
  • Shark kills man boogie boarding off Cape Cod beach as sightings increase

    Shark kills man boogie boarding off Cape Cod beach as sightings increase

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    Speaking to WBUR , local fisherman and surfer Joe Booth witnessed the attack and said Medici could be seen aggressively kicking something behind him when the flicker of a shark tail could be seen in the water. He is recovering from serious injuries in a Boston hospital. News Release from County Commissioner Ronald Beaty, published verbatim . Police and rescue vehicles fill the parking lot at Newcomb Hollow Beach in Wellfleet, Mass ., Saturday, Sept.
  • Amazing Eliud Kipchoge breaks world record in Berlin

    Amazing Eliud Kipchoge breaks world record in Berlin

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    The 33-year-old, widely seen as the greatest marathon runner of the modern era, ran an official time of time of two hours, one minutes and 39 seconds on a sunny and warm autumn day along the flat inner-city course to beat Dennis Kimetto's world best by a minute and 18 seconds in Berlin back in 2014.
  • Trump orders use of sanctions to punish election interference

    Trump orders use of sanctions to punish election interference

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    Bolton said the president made clear his support for US spy agencies, imposed sanctions on Russian Federation and took other actions such as the executive order. The executive order comes as bills in the House and Senate have gained support that would require sanctions against any government or person determined to have engaged in electoral interference.
  • S.Africa 'close to war zone' with 57 murders a day: minister

    S.Africa 'close to war zone' with 57 murders a day: minister

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    The country's murder rate has increased the past six consecutive years. The province with the least amount of murders was the Northern Cape at 340, a decrease from last year's 344. This had dropped by 4.9% from the previous period. South Africa's already high murder rate has increased by about 7 per cent, prompting the police minister to compare the situation to a "war zone".
  • 20 to 25 homes catch fire in Mass. after suspected gas explosions

    20 to 25 homes catch fire in Mass. after suspected gas explosions

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    We are saddened to learn of the death of a young man as a result of these events. We are focused on providing as much support as possible to our customers, residents and communities. What caused the gas explosions remains unclear, authorities said. Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker said he is in contact with first responders and is actively monitoring the situation.
  • Gunman kills 5, self in Southern California

    Gunman kills 5, self in Southern California

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    Multiple law enforcement agencies are investigating the shooting spree . According to the Californian, Youngblood said the suspect went to a trucking business with his wife and confronted another male. Authorities say a man who killed five people, including his wife, in Bakersfield, California , was in the midst of divorce proceedings. The suspect missed on the first shot but chased down the employee and killed him, according to reports .
  • Trump promises all-out response to Hurricane Florence

    Trump promises all-out response to Hurricane Florence

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    More than half of Puerto Rico's residents gave President TrumpDonald John TrumpGOP warns crime, immigration will spike if Dems win Former NSA chief breaks with other ex-intel officials over Brennan letter Puerto Rico governor issues scathing statement after Trump touts response to hurricane MORE a negative rating for his response to Hurricane Maria , according to a new poll.
  • New 'Tower of Voices' honors those killed 17 years ago in PA

    New 'Tower of Voices' honors those killed 17 years ago in PA

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    People walk under an American flag inside the Oculus, part of the World Trade Center Transportation Hub in NY, on the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. "As long as this monument stands, as long as this memorial endures, fearless patriots will rise up in America's hours of need, and they too will fight back".
  • Donald Trump's autumn visit to Ireland postponed because of 'scheduling reasons'

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    But White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters on Tuesday that no final decision had been made. Trump was due to visit on November 12 with huge public outcry over the plans. The UK campaigners behind the controversial balloon said the Irish trip was an "excellent opportunity" to "troll" Mr Trump yet again. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar invited Mr Trump to Ireland during a meeting at the St Patrick's Day celebrations in Washington in March.