• Winning Ticket For The $393 Million Mega Millions Jackpot Sold In Illinois

    Winning Ticket For The $393 Million Mega Millions Jackpot Sold In Illinois

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    There was one winning ticket in Friday's Mega Millions drawing, paying out an estimated $393 million, according to Mega Millions officials. It will also let you know when you win with those physical tickets you bought. That's a cash value of $224 million if you take the lump sum. That is the 14th largest jackpot in Powerball's history. It had been rolling since it was last won on April 28, when David Trapp won a $61 million prize in California.
  • Heart-stopping moment train collides with vehicle

    Heart-stopping moment train collides with vehicle

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    Security camera video from Poland captured the moment a driver's poor decision to ignore a railway crossing signal almost resulted in the death of her and the three other passengers in the vehicle. Seemingly unaware of the upcoming railroad, the vehicle plows through the barrier and, shocked by the crash, comes to a stop just inches away from the train track.
  • Korea War Would Be 'Catastrophic,' Diplomacy Bearing Fruit: US's Mattis

    Korea War Would Be 'Catastrophic,' Diplomacy Bearing Fruit: US's Mattis

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    He asks, "How often do you see France, China, Russia, the US voting unanimously on any issue?" In remarks to reporters, Mattis said the United States was prepared to respond to a North Korean attack. Gorka started off by dismissing the reports as "fake news". He says an announcement is planned soon. "What they've been doing and what they've been getting away with is a tragedy and it can't be allowed", Trump said.
  • Madhya Pradesh madrasas told to hoist Tricolour, hold tiranga rallies

    Madhya Pradesh madrasas told to hoist Tricolour, hold tiranga rallies

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    The order was issued by registrar of UP Madrasa Shiksha Parishad, Rahul Gupta, who said there was nothing wrong with the order. After this, tribute will be paid to the martyrs of freedom struggle. While in the past, madrasas were directed to hoist the national flag and recite the national anthem. While photography has been done in the past, videography will be done for the first time this year.
  • Lit AF: Omarosa Manigault, Ed Gordon shame each other at NABJ

    Lit AF: Omarosa Manigault, Ed Gordon shame each other at NABJ

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    These sort of professional media meetups are typically musty affairs with awkward smalltalk and cash bars. But when moderator Ed Gordon , a Bounce TV host, asked about a speech President Donald Trump gave recently to police officers in NY in which he encouraged officers to use force against suspects, Manigault deflected.
  • Millionaire banker arrested for being 'Putney Bridge Pusher' proves it wasn't him

    Millionaire banker arrested for being 'Putney Bridge Pusher' proves it wasn't him

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    The private-equity specialist was out of the country when the assault occurred, his lawyer said. CCTV showed the bus swerving, narrowly avoiding the 33-year-old woman , who suffered minor injuries, at around 7.40am. As the bus came to a stop, passengers got off to help her. The man suspected of pushing a woman into the path of a bus on a busy London road denies being the attacker.
  • Gorakhpur Hospital Tragedy : 60 children die due to lack of oxygen supply

    Gorakhpur Hospital Tragedy : 60 children die due to lack of oxygen supply

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    Later, the chief of the hospital was suspended by the Yogi goverment. "According to SP Gorakhpur , 21 children died due to shortage of supply of liquid oxygen in BRD Medical College, in last 36 hours". The letter was written to the hospital authorities on August 3 and 10 informing them about the shortage of oxygen cylinders as the Pushpa Sales stopped supply over pending payment.
  • Muslim woman wins $85000 lawsuit after police remove her hijab

    Muslim woman wins $85000 lawsuit after police remove her hijab

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    The warrants were for resisting arrest, vehicle theft and petty theft. According to Powell's suit , she was arrested in May 2015 after a routine traffic stop turned up several misdemeanor warrants for her arrest-one she was unaware of, and two others stemming from her sister's fraudulent use of her name.
  • Trump to direct Lighthizer to assess Chinese intellectual property practices

    Trump to direct Lighthizer to assess Chinese intellectual property practices

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    It's unclear whether any actual repercussions for China, like sanctions or tariffs, would come from an investigation like this, and officials said there is no timeline for how long an investigation would take. The administration is likely eager to make progress on trade, one of Trump's biggest campaign issues, after a recent series of legislative setbacks, trade experts said.
  • Sanctions, talks important for N. Korean nuclear issue: China

    Sanctions, talks important for N. Korean nuclear issue: China

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    If enforced, the measures could lop an estimated $1 billion annually off North Korea's meager export revenue of US$3 billion. In a statement carried by the North's state-run Korean Central News Agency, North Korea's government said the sanctions were a "violent infringement of its sovereignty" that was caused by a "heinous USA plot to isolate and stifle" the country.
  • Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update Ratings Hit Big

    Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update Ratings Hit Big

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    The president's sons had small but recurring roles during the regular season of " Saturday Night Live ", but on Thursday night, they stole the show. "Colin, thanks for letting us come here and talk about some of the unbelievable things my father is doing", Trump Jr.
  • Sunderland house destroyed in explosion

    Sunderland house destroyed in explosion

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    Firefighters, police officers and paramedics were at the scene, which was sealed off. Gas engineers were also there, along with search specialists with dogs to make sure there were no other casualties trapped. Northumberland Police and the ambulance service confirmed they had been scrambled to Rosslyn Avenue, in Ryhope, Tyne and Wear, earlier today. "I came down to see what was happening and it is a complete shock".
  • Passengers panic as London tube fills with smoke

    Passengers panic as London tube fills with smoke

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    A fire alert inside the Oxford Circus underground station in London sparked a mass evacuation. "Four people were treated for smoke inhalation with two taken to hospital as a precaution". One woman looked at me and said "don't go down there". I just got evacuated from the station. 'Police arrived around three mins later. The rest of the Bakerloo line was affected by the incident, there no service between Elephant & Castle to Harrow & Wealdstone northbound, but southbound travel is reportedly ...
  • VP Ansari says Muslims feeling insecure; No better country than India: BJP

    VP Ansari says Muslims feeling insecure; No better country than India: BJP

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    BJP had alleged that Ansari had come to the rescue of the ruling UPA government as the treasury benches were likely to lose. Naidu clearly dismissed the view, saying that this was nothing but a "political propaganda". He said incidents like that needed to be deplored and appropriate action taken against perpetrators of such acts. "It seems he is making such comments to find political shelter after retirement", Vijayvargiya said.
  • IAS officer found dead in Ghaziabad

    IAS officer found dead in Ghaziabad

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    Mukesh Pandey said he is fed up with his life and made a decision to commit suicide. According to the police, the note (evidence) indicates that it is a suicide. At 6:30 PM, we got to know through his friends that IAS officer Mukesh Pandey may commit suicide. He was in Delhi because of his uncle's illness.
  • USA stocks fall again on North Korea fears

    USA stocks fall again on North Korea fears

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    Pacific territory of Guam, a major military hub and home to U.S. bombers. The Dow Jones Industrial Average .DJI closed down 204.69 points, or 0.93 per cent, at 21,844.01, the S&P 500 .SPX lost 35.81 points, or 1.45 per cent, to end the session at 2,438.21 and the Nasdaq Composite .IXIC fell 135.46 points, or 2.13 per cent, to 6,216.87.
  • President Trump says he will declare the opioid crisis a national emergency

    President Trump says he will declare the opioid crisis a national emergency

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    The national emergency also hits in the midst of Florida losing $20 million to fund mental health and substance abuse treatment, some of which revolves around opioids and addiction prevention. Protests outside a shareholders meeting of pharmaceutical company McKesson. It added that 27 million people reported in 2015 they now used illegal drugs or abuse prescription drugs, but only 21 million receive any type of treatment.