• Officer fatally shoots man who refuses to drop machete

    Officer fatally shoots man who refuses to drop machete

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    Authorities say a man armed with a machete was killed in a police-involved shooting in the Bronx in New York , Dec. 5, 2017. Neither of the officers were wearing a body camera at the time. "As the subject continued to approach the lead officer, the officer discharged one shot from his service firearm, striking the subject once in the chest".
  • Amber Alert still in effect for two missing girls

    Amber Alert still in effect for two missing girls

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    Two young sisters who were believed to have been held by a religious cult leader in Utah have been found hungry, cold and alone in a storage receptacle - with officials saying had they not been discovered, they may not have lasted the night.
  • Obama eclipses Trump in most popular Twitter posts of 2017

    Obama eclipses Trump in most popular Twitter posts of 2017

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    The former president, whose @BarackObama ranked as the third-most-followed Twitter account behind @katyperry and @justinbieber, posted the most popular tweet: almost 4.6 million likes for the Nelson Mandela quote, "No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion", with a picture of Obama greeting a diverse group of babies through a window.
  • Musk to send auto into space

    Musk to send auto into space

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    The roll-out of this news last week occasioned bafflement as space reporters attempted to determine if this was a joke, a spur-of-the-moment idea Musk would execute in the weeks ahead of launch, or a plan that SpaceX has fully worked out.
  • Child dies in morning bus wreck

    Child dies in morning bus wreck

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    The remaining students and driver were transported to local hospitals. This is a breaking news story. Additionally, 21 people on the bus were taken to area hospitals, including the bus driver. Grief counselors are on hand for students and staff, the district reported . "The bus accident is now under investigation by the Georgia State Patrol", the statement reads, per WTOC .
  • Statistics Canada says trade deficit narrows to $1.5 billion in October

    Statistics Canada says trade deficit narrows to $1.5 billion in October

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    The report said the trade deficit widened to USD48.7 billion in October from a revised USD44.9 billion in September. October exports were $195.9 billion, down less than $0.1 billion from September exports. Exports of services grew 0.5% to $65.6 billion. A sharp increase in exports of industrial supplies and materials was more than offset by notable declines in exports of soybeans and civilian aircraft.
  • Erdogan: Turkey can not be tried by 'virtual courts' in US

    Erdogan: Turkey can not be tried by 'virtual courts' in US

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    A Turkish-Iranian gold trader testifying at the trial of a Turkish bank executive in a NY federal court said Monday that he paid bribes to secure his release from jail in Turkey following his arrest in 2013. During last week's testimony Zarrab implicated Turkish President Recep Erdogan in the scheme; Erdogan has denied breaking any laws and claims the trial is being used by the U.S.to weaken Turkey.
  • Lebanon's Hariri Says He'll Stay in Office

    Lebanon's Hariri Says He'll Stay in Office

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    Following French mediation to bring Hariri out of Saudi Arabia to Paris for a brief visit, he returned to Lebanon on Nov 21 and put the resignation on hold to allow for consultations. Culture Minister Ghattas Khoury said he expected the Cabinet to meet in the next two days to resuscitate a political settlement that led to Aoun's election as president and brought Hariri back to the premiership past year.
  • Asia Pacific airlines pose higher profits in 2018: IATA

    Asia Pacific airlines pose higher profits in 2018: IATA

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    IATA has estimated 2018 airline capacity growth to be 3.4 percent for North America, just shy of the region's forecast traffic growth of 3.5 percent. IATA director-general and chief executive officer Alexandre de Juniac said airlines are achieving sustainable levels of profitability, but challenges remain.
  • Sri Lanka announce ODI squad to India

    Sri Lanka announce ODI squad to India

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    Sri Lanka also brought back wicketkeeper Kusal Perera , but have excluded veterans Dinesh Chandimal and Lasith Malinga . Perera led the team in his absence in the shortest format. After the ongoing Test series against India , Sri Lanka will take part in a three-match ODI series that will start on December 10 in Dharamsala before the players move to Mohali and Vizag.
  • Analysts See $0.96 EPS for Adobe Systems Incorporated (ADBE)

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    The SI to Malibu Boats Class A's float is 11.39%. After the latest session, which saw the stock close at a price of $168.44, ADBE sits below its 52-week high. State Treasurer State Of Michigan holds 0.81% of its portfolio in Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ: ADBE ) for 754,853 shares. American Century Companies holds 0.44% or 3.02M shares.
  • Christmas Tree Sellout in WNC?

    Christmas Tree Sellout in WNC?

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    Essentially, Christmas tree syndrome means you're allergic to your Christmas tree, and it can cause hay fever-like symptoms such as watering eyes, an itchy nose, chest pains and coughing. However, if you do not have a roof rack, use the bed of a pickup truck, or an SUV, van or minivan that can fit the tree inside with all doors closed.
  • Mueller subpoenas Deutsche Bank in Trump investigation

    Mueller subpoenas Deutsche Bank in Trump investigation

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    In a statement to CBS News , a Deutsche Bank spokesman said, "Deutsche Bank takes its legal obligations seriously and remains committed to cooperating with authorized investigations into this matter". Trump, according to public disclosures. On Friday, former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn also pleaded guilty to lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation during his brief time in the administration.
  • IL leaders mark state's 199th birthday; eyes on 200th

    IL leaders mark state's 199th birthday; eyes on 200th

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    Harwood Heights officials are always up for a party, especially when it has to do with the state's 200th birthday celebration. Kendall County Board Chairman Scott Gryder talked about what the celebration means to county residents. Here are some quick facts on IL. IL became the 21st state on December 3, 1818. For comparison, that would be the population of Oswego. Four United States Presidents come from Illinois: Lincoln, Grant, Reagan, and Obama.
  • Ayodhya Case: Supreme Court Defers Hearing to February 8, 2018

    Ayodhya Case: Supreme Court Defers Hearing to February 8, 2018

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    Sibal told the three-judge bench of the Supreme Court that all these exhibits are not filed before this court. During the hearing, the petitioners pleaded for reasonable time to translate, file and serve the copies of all the exhibits and relevant documents, which were filed before the Allahabad High Court bench at Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh.
  • UVA basketball braces for 'wild and wonderful' West Virginia

    UVA basketball braces for 'wild and wonderful' West Virginia

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    Leading the way for the Cavaliers was Kyle Guy who had 21 points, 2 rebounds, and 3 steals. "The atmosphere's a little insane". They've also shown some major improvement on the defensive end and done a better job recently of trying to drive to the rim to create opportunities, instead of just jacking up shots from behind the arc.
  • Austria legalizes same-sex marriage

    Austria legalizes same-sex marriage

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    Austria's Constitutional Court ruled Tuesday that same-sex couples can marry beginning in 2019, saying existing laws violate constitutional provisions against discrimination. "We are very happy", said HOSI chairman Christian Hoegl. Austria is now the 26th country to recognise same-sex marriage and the third in 2017 after Malta and Germany voted in favour of the law in their parliaments.
  • Conyers Won't Seek Re-election in Wake of Harassment Claims, Relative Says

    Conyers Won't Seek Re-election in Wake of Harassment Claims, Relative Says

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    Ian Conyers, a MI state senator, said his uncle plans to make a formal announcement at 10 a.m. on the Mildred Gaddis radio show. The Detroit Free Press on Monday reported that Elisa Grubbs, who previously worked for Conyers, said she saw the congressman touched another one of his accusers, Marion Brown, inappropriately and said Conyers also groped her on one occasion in church.
  • Ukraine detains former Georgian president; supporters rally

    Ukraine detains former Georgian president; supporters rally

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    Mr Saakashvili's supporters tried to stop the police van taking him from leaving. Saakashvili resigned in 2016, complaining that his efforts to root out corruption were being obstructed by officials. "It is their activity that allows us to disclose audio and video evidence of funding of Saakashvili's activities by Serhiy Kurchenko and other members of a criminal organization directly related to the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation", Lutsenko added.