• Year-Old Points Pellet Gun at Suspect's Head, Stops Alleged Carjacking

    Year-Old Points Pellet Gun at Suspect's Head, Stops Alleged Carjacking

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    He said, "When I saw my truck door open, I was like, 'oh my God, what am I going to tell my wife?'" "So I pulled out the pellet gun and pointed it at his head". "I was just glad he didn't wreck into anybody". Dunn's criminal history goes back to August 2014, when there was no pellet-packing boy to prevent him from flooding the Tippecanoe County Jail's book-in area.
  • Secret Service interviews person over package of manure sent to Mnuchin

    Secret Service interviews person over package of manure sent to Mnuchin

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    It's bullshit. Warmest Wishes, The American People. The gift-wrapped manure was found at 19:40 (03:40 GMT) at the home next to Mr Mnuchin's in Bel-Air, police said . The package was filled with manure, KNBC-TV reported , citing a law enforcement source. "The thing I live by is a rule of transparency and I was exercising my First Amendment rights", he said.
  • Jessica Falkholt: Home and Away star's sister dies in crash

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    Jessica, 28, and Annabelle Falkholt , 21, remain in a critical condition after being pulled from the wreck just moments before both vehicles burst into flames. Meanwhile Fairfax media reports Whitall was heading home from a methadone clinic when the crash occured. Whitall's son Shane posted an emotional tribute to his father on Facebook.
  • Korea inspects Hong Kong ship over N. Korean oil

    Korea inspects Hong Kong ship over N. Korean oil

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    On Thursday, China's defence ministry denied that it violated United Nations sanctions by selling oil to North Korean vessels. A group of South Korean businessmen who own factories in Kaesong demanded a formal apology. "It appears that such funds have not been used to pave the way to peace, as the worldwide community had hoped, but rather to upgrade its nuclear weapons and long-range missiles", Hong said at the time.
  • Israel Sign Pact to Counter Iran

    Israel Sign Pact to Counter Iran

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    Specifically, they agreed to set up joint teams to handle various aspects of the Iranian threat. Countering Iranian activity in the region, especially its entrenchment efforts in Syria and its support for Hezbollah and other terrorist groups.
  • Rushing to prepay your taxes? Not so fast, IRS says

    Rushing to prepay your taxes? Not so fast, IRS says

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    Starting today, the city of Troy will be taking early payments on property taxes. The new tax law, which was signed by President Donald Trump on Friday, places a new limit of $10,000 on deductions for state and local sales and property taxes.
  • Al Franken says he's leaving Senate but not giving up voice

    Al Franken says he's leaving Senate but not giving up voice

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    But as similar stories mounted, many of his colleagues in the Senate urged him to resign and he made a decision to heed their call. Franken, speaking to a crowd in Minneapolis, said he still felt like "the luckiest kid in the world" before officially stepping down on January 2.
  • South Korean military conducts defence drill near disputed islets

    South Korean military conducts defence drill near disputed islets

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    Moon noted that the 2015 deal was not only against the worldwide community's universal principle of resolving historical issues, but also a political agreement excluding the victims and ordinary South Koreans. Shipping data in Thomson Reuters Eikon showed that China will become the world's second-biggest importer of liquefied natural gas (LNG) this year as it overtakes South Korea.
  • Trump could nix Iran nuclear deal in January

    Trump could nix Iran nuclear deal in January

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    Earlier this month, senior US and Israeli officials met at the White House to develop a plan for countering Iranian activity in the Middle East. The group will also form policies and plans for the day in which the Syrian Civil War comes to an end.
  • Trump 'Very Disappointed' China Exports Oil to N Korea, Despite Their Denial

    Trump 'Very Disappointed' China Exports Oil to N Korea, Despite Their Denial

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    The matter was taken to another level, as the USA reportedly learned that China has continued to sell oil to North Korea despite the sale being prohibited by sanctions. "I have been soft on China because the only thing more important to me than trade is war", Trump said in an interview with The New York Times. "As North Korea continues to threaten worldwide peace and security, we are steadfast in our determination to maximize economic pressure to isolate it from outside sources of trade and ...
  • Another Arctic blast ahead of for the New Year

    Another Arctic blast ahead of for the New Year

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    Yet another disturbance will cut through the Midwest Friday night into Saturday as a low is exiting the Southeast Coast of the United States. Accumulations look to be around a dusting to an inch at best. New Year's Day morning. By Thursday , temperatures will finally start to moderate with highs in the mid 30s and this warming trend will continue into Friday when highs might actually approach 40 degrees in some areas.
  • Russian Federation criticizes Japan's Aegis Ashore plans

    Russian Federation criticizes Japan's Aegis Ashore plans

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    The spokeswoman noted that the point was that "the Russian side stated in the consultative committee on the Open Skies about the intention to cancel overnight stays at three airfields during flights involving the United States". "After repeated, unsuccessful attempts to engage Moscow both bilaterally and multilaterally, the United States chose to implement certain reasonable Treaty-compliant measures in response to Russia's non-compliance".
  • At least 6 dead in New York City apartment fire

    At least 6 dead in New York City apartment fire

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    Mayor Bill de Blasio is also planning to hold a press conference at the scene upon his arrival. The blaze broke out on Prospect Avenue near East 187th Street, near the Bronx Zoo, just before 7 p.m. Barnabas Hospital. Temperatures in New York City reached 15 degrees Fahrenheit with additional wind chills on Thursday night. The fire is not yet under control, WABC reported .
  • Andrew Cuomo is waging an all-out assault on the GOP tax law

    Andrew Cuomo is waging an all-out assault on the GOP tax law

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    The tax law will take effect on Monday. NY would join several other states banning so-called school "lunch shaming" under legislation proposed by Gov. "We're doing this to circumvent the bill the president just signed?" "You can change the tax code but can't penalize my state because of its political affiliation", said Cuomo.
  • Met Office warns of snow in Northumberland on Friday

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    The third, meanwhile, affects every county in Leinster apart from Wexford, as well as three counties in Ulster and Munster and one in Connacht and is in effect until 9am on Friday. A band of cloud with patchy rain, sleet and snow will extend from the west and southwest during the day, with highest temperatures only 1C to 5C degrees.
  • Steelers to rest Roethlisberger and Bell against Browns

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    The Steelers (12-3) wrapped up the AFC North for the second straight season and third time in the last four years a few weeks ago. The biggest decision, which coach Mike Tomlin said would be a topic of discussion this week, is whether to sit some of his key players against the Browns .