• Footage Surfaces of Shooting of Drake's Friend Fif

    Footage Surfaces of Shooting of Drake's Friend Fif

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    In the wake of the murder, Drake took to Instagram to express his condolences over the death. He was rushed to hospital, where he underwent emergency surgery, but died. "I certainly would encourage him through his tweets to encourage anybody within the community to come forward with regards to any information that they may have that may assist in solving his friend's murder".
  • US Establishes First Permanent Military Base in Israel

    US Establishes First Permanent Military Base in Israel

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    Gen. Tzvika Haimovitch, head of the IAF's Aerial Defense Command, said. "It's nothing short of historic", he said. "The base is here to stay", Haimovitch told reporters who were concerned about the activity of dozens of U.S. Army National Guard, said during a visit to the base. The new barracks building is inside an Israeli air force base in the Negev. Despite being the first permanent US military facility, it is far from the first significant military expenditure by the undisputed ...
  • Ithaca police name suspect in possible Cornell University hate crime assault

    Ithaca police name suspect in possible Cornell University hate crime assault

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    He will return to court on September 27, 2017. The statement comes after an incident Friday night where racial slurs were allegedly heard during a fight between several Cornell students. Vice president for student and campus life Ryan Lombardi in a statement on Friday said other students "allegedly from a now unaffiliated fraternity" were also involved in the attack.
  • Trump Using Campaign Funds to Pay Russia Defense Bills

    Trump Using Campaign Funds to Pay Russia Defense Bills

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    One person claimed the first payments have been made, and will be revealed in public filings. The Trump campaign is scheduled for another disclosure on October 15, and the RNC will do that on Wednesday. The Trump campaign's next disclosure is expected on October 15. The RNC would not comment on the issue, but told Reuters that it had funded legal fees for Trump that weren't related to the Russian Federation probe.
  • 'Vicious' sanctions will only speed up nuclear development: North Korea

    'Vicious' sanctions will only speed up nuclear development: North Korea

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    Hawkish Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has said he would "never tolerate" the North's "dangerous provocative action" and has urged the global community to ramp up pressure on Pyongyang. Days before President Trump's first speech before the U.N. General Assembly , Ms. Haley said that "we've pretty much exhausted all the things we can do at the [U.N.] Security Council at this point".
  • Qatar emir again urges dialogue, Trump says dispute to be resolved quickly

    Qatar emir again urges dialogue, Trump says dispute to be resolved quickly

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    Speaking from the podium of the 193-member General Assembly, Sheikh Tamim renewed the call "for an unconditional dialogue based on mutual respect for sovereignty". "We have refused to yield to dictations by pressure and siege", he said at the United Nations podium. Sheikh Tamim met with heads of state in Turkey, Germany and France before arriving in NY last week, as diplomatic efforts to resolve the crisis shifted from the increasingly splintered Persian Gulf to the White House.
  • Trump's Lawyer Says Rumors About Russia Undercut the President

    Trump's Lawyer Says Rumors About Russia Undercut the President

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    Before the committee spoke out, NBC News reported that the committee postponed the interview because Cohen "broke an agreement by speaking with the media". Thank you for inviting me to speak with you today. Much of the statement seeks to rebut the 35-page dossier prepared by former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele.
  • Trump Administration Study: Refugees Help The Economy

    Trump Administration Study: Refugees Help The Economy

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    A study conducted by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) found that accepting global refugees has previously been a net benefit for the USA economy. "We do have champions in the White House and in the administration, but they're not being given a voice in this". The nonprofit National Bureau of Economic Research said in a report in June that "refugees pay $21,000 more in taxes than they receive in benefits over their first 20 years in the U.S".
  • Abe, Moon join hands to carry out sanctions against N. Korea

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    Briefing reporters ahead of the annual United Nations meeting, Haley and White House national security adviser H.R. McMaster took a tough line on North Korea, warning that a military option to deal with its nuclear threats was available. Trump administration officials say the president, happy with her performance, views her as both tough and smart. The US ambassador to the UN warned North Korea will be destroyed if it continues its "reckless behavior" and forces the United States and its ...
  • Tropical Storm Watches Come As Hurricane Jose Moves North

    Tropical Storm Watches Come As Hurricane Jose Moves North

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    The storm's impact has already been felt is some areas. A hurricane watch is typically issued 48 hours before the anticipated first occurrence of tropical-storm-force winds . With two hurricanes and a tropical storm spinning in the Atlantic, the Lowcountry coast remains at risk for additional strikes this hurricane season.
  • Trump mum on Iran deal ahead of major United Nations address

    Trump mum on Iran deal ahead of major United Nations address

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    Realistically no one knows what to do with North Korea to leash this unruly regime. Meanwhile, the Israeli leader publicly told Trump that "I look forward to discussing with you how we can address together what you rightly call a bad nuclear deal with Iran , and how to roll back Iran's growing aggression in the region, especially in Syria", Efe news reported .
  • Schneiderman announces results of national opioid investigation

    Schneiderman announces results of national opioid investigation

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    Opioid distributors alone make almost $500 billion a year in revenue, the attorneys general said . "The goal of this phase of our investigation is to collect enough information so that the multi-state coalition can effectively evaluate whether manufacturers and distributors engaged in unlawful practices in the marketing, sale, and distribution of opioids", Paxton said.
  • US Senate Republican tax chief wants dividend deduction in tax reform

    US Senate Republican tax chief wants dividend deduction in tax reform

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    In reaching out to them, Trump is amplifying a White House strategy that seems squarely aimed at Democrats. Both are committed to the idea that tax cuts equal economic growth. That's what's missing. On the broader level, it adds up to slow wage growth and increasing inequality. Tax cuts have become the GOP's MacGuffin.
  • Defense to present more testimonies as Bobo murder trial continues

    Defense to present more testimonies as Bobo murder trial continues

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    She was adamant that Britt was with her the entire day that Holly Bobo vanished and that he had nothing to do with the crime. The defense lawyer pressed the former agent about cell phone records in the case. Attorneys representing Zachary Adams, the man accused in the kidnap, rape and murder of 20-year-old Holly Bobo , are now set to present their evidence to the jury who hold their defendant's fate in their hands.
  • USA flies warplanes amid tensions with N.Korea

    USA flies warplanes amid tensions with N.Korea

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    Four ROK Air Force F-15s take part with two US Air Force B1-B strategic bombers and four F-35 fighter jets in a joint exercise on September 18. That round of meetings next week will mark Trump's first address to the large worldwide body. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Sunday on CBS' Face the Nation that he was waiting for the North to express interest in "constructive, productive talks".
  • USA drops plan to let Turkish leader's guards buy guns

    USA drops plan to let Turkish leader's guards buy guns

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    A total of 19 people, including 15 identified as Turkish security officials, were indicted last month by a grand jury in Washington in connection with the incident. Congress, however, had already taken steps to nix the shipment. Sig Sauer appeared to have pulled its request for a license from the US government after hearing from the Turks that it no longer expected to purchase the weapons.
  • Formula One: What to Watch in Singapore

    Formula One: What to Watch in Singapore

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    Bottas has won two races in 2017 and has 197 points, while Hamilton (238 points) and Vettel (235) have 10 wins between them. If we can get the vehicle well set up for qualifying I am sure we are going to have a strong race from there also.