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The Blue Jays have been far better on offense than they were a year ago, while the Royals have really struggled on offense to start the year. About an hour later, the game was postponed. You can see them walking on the curved part of the roof before opening and disappearing into some hatch in the roof. Rain washed out almost half the schedule on Sunday.
  • Your Weather Report: Highs expected to top out near 80 degrees

    Your Weather Report: Highs expected to top out near 80 degrees

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    A KMTV meteorologist, Ryan McPike, said he was expecting showers and possibly a thunderstorm this morning, but no ice for the Council Bluffs-Omaha area. Light southwest winds, will slowly increase during the morning hours with gusts as high as 25 miles per hour. North wind around 5 miles per hour. Get the latest breaking headlines sent straight to your inbox.
  • Banco Santander (SAN) How Do the Technical Vary?

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    When we divide the last trade volume by the 3-month average volume, we found out a relative volume of 1.22. Banco Santander, S.A. ( SAN ) lost -0.45% to reach $6.68 in the previous trading session. Banco Santander (NYSE: SAN ) as of recent trade, has shown weekly upbeat performance of 0.75% which was maintained at 0.15% in 1-month period. The current 14-day RSI is noted at 44.89, the 7-day is 40.5, and the 3-day is seen at 40.25.
  • Wildfire evacuation order lifted for small Oklahoma town

    Wildfire evacuation order lifted for small Oklahoma town

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    The Storm Prediction Center says gusty winds and low humidity in drought-stricken areas would create unsafe fire conditions in parts of Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. No injuries were reported, and the fire had slowed by late afternoon. Weather service meteorologist Doug Speheger said Tuesday's forecast represents the most potential for the spread of wildfires in the past 10 years of a database that considers a variety of factors.
  • Iran urges joint efforts from Turkey to ease tension in Syria

    Iran urges joint efforts from Turkey to ease tension in Syria

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    He had also called for early elections. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the recent US-led military strikes against Syria were a "very ugly precedent" in worldwide relations, stressing that joint Iran-Turkey cooperation must prevent the escalation of tension in the Arab country.
  • Nigerians React To Invasion Of Senate By Thugs

    Nigerians React To Invasion Of Senate By Thugs

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    However, there is heightened security at the National Assembly and the Senate has gone into a closed-door session. Recall that Omo-Agege was suspended last Thursday over his remark on the reordered election sequence. However, Omo-Agege who also attended plenary today in defiance to his suspension by the senate, was also accused of masterminding the invasion and subsequent stealing of the mace by hoodlums.
  • Local leaders, residents react to death of former First Lady Barbara Bush

    Local leaders, residents react to death of former First Lady Barbara Bush

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    Rev Russ Levinson , senior pastor at St Martin's, said the church had about 250 members when the Bushes began attending services there, and would often serve coffee on Sunday mornings. "George Bush simply does not have it in his heart to knowingly cause anyone distress", McGrath said. Also, Governor Hutchinson released a statement: " Barbara Bush was a First Lady who demonstrated dignity, compassion and love of family in every way".
  • Canadian cruise drug mule Melina Roberge jailed for $21 million cocaine importation

    Canadian cruise drug mule Melina Roberge jailed for $21 million cocaine importation

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    Melina Roberge posted Instagram pics of her travels. In handing down her sentence, Judge Kate Traill accepted Roberge's "genuine contrition and remorse" and noted the Canadian had a very good chance of rehabilitation. The confiscation of the shipment was the largest amount ever pulled in from a cruise ship docking in Australia . Roberge and Lagace were flown first-class to the United Kingdom to take the cruise and given first-class cruise tickets worth $20,000.
  • C2c to run extra services ahead of London Marathon

    C2c to run extra services ahead of London Marathon

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    But it's an incredible field. Britain's Sir Mo Farah admitted he needs to improve if he is to win an Olympic medal at Tokyo 2020 as he prepares to race at the Virgin London Marathon for the first time in four years. Since switching to the marathon previous year Farah is no longer coached by Alberto Salazar and his Nike Oregon project, which is still under investigation by USA anti-doping authorities.
  • Trump alleges ex-FBI chief Comey committed 'many crimes'

    Trump alleges ex-FBI chief Comey committed 'many crimes'

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    Trump administration officials have painted Comey as a disgruntled ex-employee looking to settle scores and an admitted leaker whose Congressional testimony had to be corrected nearly immediately. Hillary Clinton spokesman Nick Merrill unloaded on Comey in a series of tweets Monday , criticizing the former FBI director for making a "public spectacle" of the Clinton email investigation and accusing him of skewing the 2016 election in Trump's favor.
  • US Says Imprisoned Pastor Andrew Brunson Is Innocent; Turkey Lacks 'Credible Evidence'

    US Says Imprisoned Pastor Andrew Brunson Is Innocent; Turkey Lacks 'Credible Evidence'

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    Andrew Brunson, a Christian pastor from North Carolina, U.S. who has been in jail in Turkey since December 2016, is seen in this undated picture taken in Izmir, Turkey. The Izmir prosecutor's office said that sufficient evidence had been obtained to charge Brunson with aiding armed terrorist organizations and obtaining confidential government information for political and military espionage.
  • Second-grader comes to school with kitchen knife & randomly slashes three classmates

    Second-grader comes to school with kitchen knife & randomly slashes three classmates

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    Since the incident stated before school, Watkins said classes were not interrupted. Mr Beise said the boy was interviewed by police and released to his parents. Cloud. Chief Beise says after stabbing his fellow students the suspect went to the school office and laid the knife down. Even the 8-year-old then, into the faculty office, walked in their own and put the knife down.
  • Palestinians express support for prisoners

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    Palestinians held protests and vigils in Gaza and across the West Bank to remember and honor their loved ones languishing in prisons. Currently, 6,500Palestinians are imprisoned by Israel, including 300 children, 56 women, 13 parliamentarians, and 28 journalists.
  • Trump weighs Syria options, Russian Federation envoy says 'cannot exclude' war

    Trump weighs Syria options, Russian Federation envoy says 'cannot exclude' war

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    A pinpoint USA strike on Syrian targets that does not harm Russian personnel "will allow Trump to say that the Assad regime has paid a heavy price. and Russia in its turn will be able to limit itself to ringing statements", said Fyodor Lukyanov, the head of the Council for Foreign and Defense Policies, an association of top Russian political and security experts.
  • Brokerages Set Alaska Air Group (ALK) Target Price at $83.33

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    Bb&T Securities Llc decreased Alaska Air Group Inc ( ALK ) stake by 46.39% reported in 2017Q4 SEC filing. OppenheimerFunds Inc. now owns 1,560,244 shares of the transportation company's stock worth $114,693,000 after buying an additional 1,547,811 shares during the last quarter.
  • 95% of world's population breathing unhealthy air

    95% of world's population breathing unhealthy air

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    All told, long-term exposure to outdoor and indoor air pollution contributed to 6.1 million premature deaths from stroke, heart attack, lung cancer, and chronic lung disease. Most of those affected live in low- and middle-income nations in Asia and Africa where they face air pollution both inside and outside their home. It was also found that in India about 1.1 million people died from air pollution during the year 2016 which is ahead of China statistics.
  • CIA Director Mike Pompeo met with Kim Jong Un

    CIA Director Mike Pompeo met with Kim Jong Un

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    No details were available of Pompeo's visit, but before The Washington Post first reported on it, the White House had said in a statement seeking to explain the president's remarks about talks at the highest levels and that "they were not with him directly".
  • Won't stake claim to Taj Mahal: Sunni Wakf Board to SC

    Won't stake claim to Taj Mahal: Sunni Wakf Board to SC

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    A bench-comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra, Justice A.M. Khanwilkar and Justice D.Y. Chandrachud-said the board's claim that it was not staking claim to the property wouldn't help as the case was being heard. "But it is Wakf Board property because it is allowed to perform rituals", said its lawyer. Mr Khushid submitted that even in the case of Fatehpur Sikri, the board maintains the portion where a mosque is situated and ASI controls the area surrounding the monument.