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Texas Mom Left Kids in Hot Car as Punishment

Texas Mom Left Kids in Hot Car as Punishment

Deputies in Parker County in North Texas say Cynthia Marie Randolph initially said her 2-year-old daughter and 16-month-old son locked themselves in the auto, but acknowledged to investigators on ...

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White House sees 'potential preparations' for chemical weapons attack

It said "another chemical weapons attack by the Assad regime" was likely to result "in the mass murder of civilians". He says the activities are similar to those made before an April chemical attack...

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Extradition sought after man arrested following shooting, NSW

Extradition sought after man arrested following shooting, NSW

Mr Hall had strong links to the Mongol bikie gang, but police said he was not a member of the bikie group. Mr Hall was found outside The Tweed Hospital around 4.30pm on Saturday, June 24 with a guns...

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Greens and NDP combine to vote down BC Liberal political finance bill

Greens and NDP combine to vote down BC Liberal political finance bill

Both party status for the Greens and a ban on corporate and union donations are elements of a power-sharing agreement signed by the opposition parties in May. The BC Liberal government is poised to in...

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Supreme Court agrees to hear case over same-sex wedding cake

The Supreme Court had considered whether to hear the Phillips case for weeks. The dispute began in 2012 , when Phillips refused to bake a cake for Charlie Craig and David Mullins , who wer...

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Travel ban 3.0: What does Trump's latest ban mean for travellers?

Travel ban 3.0: What does Trump's latest ban mean for travellers?

But here's the farcical part: The Supreme Court will only hear the case in October - because the government didn't ask it to move faster. But instead, his administration regrouped and issued a sec...

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US Republican to withhold consent for arms sales over Gulf dispute

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain ― huge consumers of American military technology ― cut off ties with Qatar on June 5 over its alleged support for terror and ties to Iran . -Saudi...

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Theresa May Strikes Billion Dollar Deal To Remain In Power

Theresa May Strikes Billion Dollar Deal To Remain In Power

The Conservative leader was subsequently forced to reach a deal with the far-right party to avoid a vote of no confidence, which would trigger another election. The First Minister reacted furiousl...

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Pakistan fuel tanker truck explosion kills at least 140

Pakistan fuel tanker truck explosion kills at least 140

The hospital, which is treating numerous wounded, added that over 100 people were injured in the explosion, in a statement Sunday. Dr. Nahid Ahmed at the Nishter Hospital in the city of Multan, abou...

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Trump welcomes India PM at White House for their 1st meeting

Trump welcomes India PM at White House for their 1st meeting

While Trump champions the idea of "America First" and wants to stop the migration of jobs overseas, Modi has his own drive to boost manufacturing at home, dubbed "Make in India ". How much up we ...

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Supreme Court Sends Cross-Border Shooting Case Back To Lower Court

Supreme Court Sends Cross-Border Shooting Case Back To Lower Court

A divided Supreme Court on Monday said the Fifth Circuit must ultimately decide whether the family of a Mexican teen shot dead by a US border agent can sue the agent for damages. "It is undisputed, ho...

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The Interrogations of crew that crashed the USS "Fitzgerald" has begun

On Saturday the ship returned under its own power to port in Yokosuka, Japan, though it sustained severe damage from its collision with the ACX Crystal , which is significantly larger than the Fit...

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China accuses Indian border guards of crossing into its territory

China accuses Indian border guards of crossing into its territory

The Sikkim section of the China-India boundary has been defined by treaties, Geng said, noting that the Indian government has repeatedly confirmed in writing that there is no objection. "China hopes I...

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Uddhav, Aditya Thackeray meet Amit Shah, Fadnavis

Shah had met Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray at Matoshree on Sunday, apparently assured him that the BJP parliamentary board would consult all NDA constituents before finalising its nominee. She said th...

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Google celebrates Women's World Cup 2017 with interactive cricket Doodle

Sarfraz Ahmed's team sprung a surprise earlier this month by beating India in the Champions Trophy final at The Oval, winning the title despite being the lowest ranked qualifier. Cricket is one gam...

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'Pharma Bro' Martin Shkreli Goes On Trial For Securities Fraud

'Pharma Bro' Martin Shkreli Goes On Trial For Securities Fraud

Since his arrest , America has watched as the "most hated man in America," whom President Donald Trump called a "spoiled brat", has tried to push his own pop culture relevance. "I looked right at h...

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What you need to know about Trump's meeting with tech CEOs

What you need to know about Trump's meeting with tech CEOs

He also cited some examples of the current technology infrastructure, noting the use of floppy discs in Pentagon "legacy systems". The Trump administration, said Kushner , is looking to make sure...

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SpaceX set to launch satellites from Vandenberg Air Force Base on Sunday

The Space Exploration Technologies booster blasted off at 1:25 p.m. from Space Launch Complex-4 on South Base, rising above a band of marine layer blanketing the pad. The launch will be live-stre...

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UK prime minister wins N Ireland party's support govt

UK prime minister wins N Ireland party's support govt

This money, plus £500m of previously announced funds, will be spent on infrastructure, health and education in Northern Ireland. Plaid Cymru went one further, and said Wales should receive a £1.7bn ...

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Restrictions lead to grumbling, but no boycotts, from White House press

Restrictions lead to grumbling, but no boycotts, from White House press

Press secretary Sean Spicer will answer a barrage of questions from reporters in a restricted setting on Monday, according to reports. "We'll see", he said. But it seemed important to Spicer t...

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Israel denies Daesh link to Jerusalem attacks

Israel denies Daesh link to Jerusalem attacks

Following the attack, the Israeli army raided Deir Abu Mashal, the village near Ramallah the three perpetrators hailed from, sealing off its entrances and mapping out the homes of the three for demoli...

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NDC wishes Muslims well at Eid ul-Fitr festival

President Trump opted instead to release a statement sending "warm greetings to Muslims as they celebrate Eid al-Fitr". Hillary Clinton resurrected the event when she was first lady in February 19...

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Dennis Rodman defends friendship with Kim Jong Un after Otto Warmbier's death

Dennis Rodman defends friendship with Kim Jong Un after Otto Warmbier's death

Warmbier's parents maintain that their son was tortured , but according to the KNCA, the spokesman for North Korea's foreign ministry said that allegations about Warmbier's mistreatment were "groundl...

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Guns Recovered From Congressional Shooter Appear Legally Purchased, FBI Says

Guns Recovered From Congressional Shooter Appear Legally Purchased, FBI Says

Mark Longabaugh, who worked on Sanders' presidential campaign, said the senator struck the right tone in his comments after the shooting , avoiding finger-pointing and not arguing for any legislative...

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Qatar says Gulf crisis puts $2 bn in contracts at risk

Qatar says Gulf crisis puts $2 bn in contracts at risk

Saudi Arabia , the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain broke off relations with Qatar two weeks ago and have closed land and sea borders and imposed severe restrictions on airspace. The Turkish presi...

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Sushma Swaraj Digs out Old Lok Sabha Video to Counter Meira Kumar

Swaraj, to conclude. Sushma Swaraj - whom a section of the opposition had favoured for the country's top job - took a dig today at the Meira Kumar , who was the Lok Sabha Speaker from 2009 to 2014....

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N. Korea says it freed U.S. student over humanitarian reasons

N. Korea says it freed U.S. student over humanitarian reasons

Mr Warmbier's condition was "not what we normally see with traumatic brain injury". Warmbier said Trump was "very candid" during the call and told him Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and othe...

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Kvitova reaches first final since attack

Kvitova reaches first final since attack

A win here and Barty is a 21-year-old to keep an eye on moving forward given her current play. The win, her 20th career title overall, was also only her second tournament playing since the attack ...

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Ben Affleck's 'The Accountant' is Getting a Sequel

Thus, its status as a cost-effective gritty, intelligent actioner seems to have captured the imagination of studio suits who believe that - possibly similar to Keanu Reeves's action hit franchise Joh...

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Teen falls from Six Flags ride

Teen falls from Six Flags ride

Winchell says she caught the girl's head and they all tumbled to the ground. A TEENAGE girl has survived a fall from an amusement ride in NY, after screaming for help as she dangled from a gondola. ...

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Shark sightings terrify tourists on Spanish island

Shark sightings terrify tourists on Spanish island

The rescue team of the Palma Aquarium told El Mundo that the shark had been already been left stranded near at least two other beaches before the shark it was put down "to minimise pain, stress and ...

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Russian Federation: mass protest arrests show authorities' 'stranglehold' on free expression

Protesters in Moscow had originally been given permission to stage a rally on Sakharov Prospect, a main street in the city. Police arrested 1,500 people nationwide, including more than 1,000 in Mos...

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US, Qatar, Israel rejoice at appointment of new Saudi heir

US, Qatar, Israel rejoice at appointment of new Saudi heir

That visit helped lay the foundation for the president's visit to Saudi Arabia in May, making the kingdom his first worldwide stop. The decision by King Salman to promote his son and consolidate...

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Best skippers midweek Lions against Hurricanes, North starts

Best skippers midweek Lions against Hurricanes, North starts

RTÉ analyst Boss argues that the New Zealand players will certainly have targeted Murray's box-kicking game but says he doesn't believe there was a deliberate attempt to cause injury by diving at his ...

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Swedish government announces release of hostage in Mali

Swedish government announces release of hostage in Mali

Gustafsson was on a motorbike tour when he was abducted from the terrace of a hotel in Timbuktu in northern Mali in November 2011. Rijke was released by French security forces in April 2015, but M...

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