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  • Policía mata por error a una mujer de 73 años

    Policía mata por error a una mujer de 73 años

    Estos ejercicios se hacen con armas de mentira o sin cargar. Inmediatamente fue trasladada al hospital Lee Memorial donde, finalmente, los médicos certificaron su muerte. El jefe del Departamento de Policía, Tom Lewis , se dijo "devastado por todos los involucrados en este evento inimaginable", y pidió a los ciudadanos de la localidad rezar por la familia de la víctima y los policías involucrados en el incidente.

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  • Aumenta a 32 el número de muertos en la Sierra Norte: RMV

    Detalló que la cifra de fallecidos en Puebla se elevó de 32 a 35 personas en el transcurso de este martes , sin embargo, dijo que apenas se encuentran recorriendo las zonas serranas a las que no se había podido llegar debido a las condiciones, por lo cual en próximas semanas podrá tenerse un panorama certero sobre las afectaciones en esa zona.

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  • "Hay mujeres que necesitan ser violadas para tener sexo" — Cordera

    La polémica surgió por una publicación de Facebook de un estudiante de primer año, quien no simpatiza con el cantante e introdujo supuestos textuales de la conferencia. Allí aseguraba que se había encontrado con personas tensas y susceptibles con respecto al tema del abuso, e intentaba excusarse diciendo que " tal vez el lenguaje que utilicé fue demasiado ordinario como a veces me caracteriza , pero también veo a gente sedienta de condenar cuando en ese momento frente a frente se ha quedado en ...

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  • Propuesta económica de Trump beneficiará a los ricos: Clinton

    Durante su discurso, Trump aseguró ser el candidato del futuro, y acusó a Clinton de ser al del pasado y no tener nuevas propuestas . El candidato republicano eludió la confrontación y esperó pacientemente a que los manifestantes fueran desalojados de la sala por los agentes de seguridad.

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  • Logra su medalla de oro número 21 — Phelps imponente

    Apenas tocó el tablero electrónico y vio la pizarra del triunfo, el atleta de 31 años movió el dedo índice de su mano derecha, para dar a entender un "no", de que nadie lo venció en los 200 metros mariposa. Phelps ya escuchó una vez el himno de su país en Rio, con sus compañeros del relevo 4x100m libres. El pequeño asiste a sus primeros Juegos Olímpicos custodiado por su madre y su abuela.

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  • FDA Grants Accelerated Approval for Keytruda in HNSCC

    Under the FDA's accelerated approval regulations, Keytruda, a humanized monoclonal antibody that works by increasing the ability of the body's immune system to help detect and fight tumour cells, is approved based on tumour response rate and durability of response.

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  • US Women's Gymnastics Wins Gold for Team All-Around Final

    The United States women's gymnastics team is favored to come away with the gold in Tuesday's team final, just as they did in London in 2012. Swimmers Michael Phelps and Caeleb Dressel celebrate their team's victory in the men's 4x100-meter freestyle relay final on August 7 at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium in Rio de Janeiro.

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  • Nayarit y Sinaloa mantienen alertas por 'Javier'

    Mientras tanto, el gobernador de Baja California , Carlos Mendoza confirmó que hay saldo blanco en la entidad por el paso de la depresión tropical Javier , " podemos reportar un saldo totalmente blanco, sin pérdidas humanas ni heridos, tampoco tenemos cortes en las vías de comunicación, ni en los sistemas de comunicación eléctrica, no hay comunidades incomunicadas ".

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  • House Speaker Paul Ryan crushes primary opponent

    House Speaker Paul Ryan crushes primary opponent

    A few days before endorsing Ryan and McCain, Trump said he wouldn't endorse McCain and wasn't ready to do so with Ryan. In Ryan's hometown of Janesville, a sampling of voters found more support for Ryan, with some saying Nehlen hadn't been around long enough.

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  • ATM robbery; Cops identify 3 foreigners as suspects

    ATM robbery; Cops identify 3 foreigners as suspects

    The police, after initial probe, said the gang had fixed an electronic device that looked like a smoke alarm in the ATM kiosk, and an ATM card reader. It is suspected that the electronic device at the ATM counter enabled the fraudsters to collect the secret pin code and card details. The police has also advised people to change the PIN of their ATM card to prevent any foul play.

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  • American Red Cross urgently needs blood donations for final weeks of summer

    American Red Cross urgently needs blood donations for final weeks of summer

    They say people who donated blood earlier in summer may be eligible to donate again. Griswold, a blood donor prior to the accident, suddenly knew what it was like to be on the receiving end of blood donations. 8/23/2016: 1 p.m. - 6 p.m. 8/18/2016: 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. 8/25/2016: 11 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Winston Dillard Fire District, 250 SW Main St. 8/16/2016: 9:30 a.m.

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  • 'Final Five' win one more gymnastics gold for Karolyi

    Rio de Janeiro (dpa) - The US women's gymnastics team breezed through to a gold medal at the Rio Olympics on Tuesday, leaving their closest competitor Russian Federation trailing behind by eight points. "It is the hardest sport in the world and we make it so easy". "It's everything and more than I'd hoped it to be", said Biles, 19, who was too young to compete in London 2012.

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  • Hillary Clinton Urges US Congress To Reconvene, Pass Zika Bill

    Some 50 Republican former national security officials signed an open letter calling Trump the most reckless candidate in history, prompting a counterattack from Trump, who said the signers share blame with Clinton for making the world "a mess" and fueling the Islamic State group's formation.

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  • Clinton calls on Congress to return, address Zika funding

    During the news conference, Governor Scott also called on Congress and President Obama to come to an agreement on Zika funding. The request echoes calls by some congressional Democrats after Senate Democrats blocked a $1.1 billion funding bill over objections to provisions aimed at Planned Parenthood funding and other unrelated issues prior to Congress leaving for its summer break.

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  • Aussie's win fourth gold medal with women's rugby 7s

    Rugby Sevens is the only oval-ball football code in Australia that can get participants to the Olympic Games. Canadians and Brits were in full voice for the bronze playoff, which Canada won convincingly 33-10. They came to Rio a year ago to get a feel for the place and cover off the tourist stuff so they wouldn't be distracted when they got here this time. They skipped the opening ceremony to be fresh for their three-day tournament.

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  • Colombia y FARC discrepan sobre entrada en vigor de acuerdo de paz

    De acuerdo con Jaramillo, en las visitas estarán los oficiales, delegados de las Farc de civil, delegados de la ONU, del Comité Internacional de la Cruz Roja y de la Oficina del Alto Comisionado para la Paz. Manifestó que, "todo el mundo tenga absoluta tranquilidad y absoluta claridad sobre lo que ahí va a suceder son seis meses de transición y después de seis meses esas zonas dejan de existir".

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  • Rio 2016: U.S. win men's 4x200m freestyle relay, Phelps takes 21st gold

    Rio 2016: U.S. win men's 4x200m freestyle relay, Phelps takes 21st gold

    This is the one Michael Phelps really wanted, and it showed. It is the fourth consecutive time the U.S. has won the event. Le Clos caught Phelps at the very end in London, beating him to the wall by.05 seconds. The British claimed silver in 7:03.13, while Japan took the bronze in 7:03.50. Sure, Phelps hogged the spotlight on this night, but let's not forget two other very impressive swimmers.

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  • Phelps puts his game face on, and what a face it is

    Phelps puts his game face on, and what a face it is

    United States' Michael Phelps celebrates winning the gold medal in the men's 200-meter butterfly during the swimming competitions at the 2016 Summer Olympics, Tuesday, Aug. So when they were in ready room preparing for Rio's 200 butterfly semifinal, le Clos shadowboxed - perhaps attempting to bother Phelps - and Phelps shot a stare that spawned #PhelpsFace memes.

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  • Michael Phelps to anchor the US men's 4x200 freestyle relay

    If he does manage to get more hardware around his neck, he might just put his record medal count out of reach for good. Phelps will be going for the 20th gold medal of his career, but le Clos has plenty of motivation, too. A recent Under Armour video shows Phelps receiving the treatment, as he has done for years. Last year Le Clos was quoted saying: " Michael Phelps has been talking about how slow the butterfly events have been recently.

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  • Tesla (TSLA) Q2 Earnings In-Depth: Vehicle Shipments at 14k

    All of this comes amidst a seemingly never-ending wave of Tesla headlines dominating Silicon Valley over the last few weeks. Adjusted for certain costs, the electric vehicle maker said it earned $1.6 billion. But, the company said that they were on track to deliver 50,000 vehicles in the second half of this year. The company is finishing construction of a massive battery factory in Nevada, the Gigafactory , and ramping up for production next year of a mass market sedan, the Model 3 .

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  • More physical activity leads to lower risk of chronic conditions

    More physical activity leads to lower risk of chronic conditions

    But we still do not definitively know how much the type and quantity of physical activity reduces the risk of common conditions. The decrease in risk was minimal at levels higher than 3,000 to 4,000 MET minutes per week. The study's authors also called for greater investment in promoting physical activity among the general public. "More studies using the detailed quantification of total physical activity will help to find a more precise estimate for different levels of physical activity".

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  • Turmeric recall caused by high levels of lead found in products

    Turmeric recall caused by high levels of lead found in products

    The products were distributed by retailers throughout the United States. But after sampling of another product produced from the same lot tested positive for elevated lead levels, the recall had to be expanded. Lead becomes a danger when it accumulates in the body, with pregnant women, infants and young children especially at risk. Too much can cause health problems, including delayed mental and physical development and learning deficiencies.

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  • Delta cancels more flights as chaos continues after power outage

    Delta's challenge now will be to find enough seats on planes during the busy summer holiday season to accommodate the tens of thousands of passengers whose flights were scrubbed. Instead of staying home or poolside at a hotel until the airline could fix the mess, many passengers learned about the gridlock only after they reached the airport.

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  • The State With the Highest Closing Costs Is …

    The State With the Highest Closing Costs Is …

    The Keystone State has the lowest closing costs nationwide, at an average of $1,837 based on a $200,000 loan. That's significantly lower than the national average of $2,128 and the state with the highest closing costs, Hawaii. Excluded were highly variable costs like discount points, taxes, title fees, property insurance, association fees, interest and other prepaid items. As for New Mexico's higher average closing costs, Lewis said it was possible that Bankrate.com surveyed smaller ...

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  • Ya se inscribieron 1.081 rionegrinos en el Procrear

    Ya se inscribieron 1.081 rionegrinos en el Procrear

    Cabe destacar que Procrear Solución Casa Propia combina crédito hipotecario, ahorro de las familias y una bonificación del Estado nacional, en un esquema de cooperación junto con los bancos, que posibilitará que miles de familias accedan a su primera casa.

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  • Study links Zika virus to joint problems in babies

    Study links Zika virus to joint problems in babies

    Also on Tuesday, Texas health officials reported a baby born with microcephaly linked to Zika recently died in the state. He has called on Congress to return from summer recess to approve emergency funding to help Florida deal with the health crisis.

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  • Vikings cornerback Terence Newman won't travel to Cincinnati

    Vikings cornerback Terence Newman won't travel to Cincinnati

    Newman would not reveal what was wrong but said it's not serious. Newman missed practices Monday and Tuesday, giving second-year player Trae Waynes a chance to work with the first team. Unfortunately, there will not be a reunion between a member of the Vikings' defense and his former Cincinnati teammates. Also watching from the sidelines were defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd, wide receiver Jarius Wright, linebackers Eric Kendricks and Edmond Robinson, and defensive tackle Scott ...

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  • Confirman saldo blanco en BCS tras paso de

    Confirman saldo blanco en BCS tras paso de "Javier"

    Adelantó que la alerta es principalmente para las zonas de deslaves y laderas inestables en las montañas, Oaxaca, Veracruz , Chiapas, posteriormente en Guerrero, Morelos, Estado de México , Ciudad de México , Puebla y Tlaxcala. Las tormentas pueden estar acompañadas de actividad eléctrica (descargas nube-nube o nube-tierra), granizo y fuertes vientos, así como lluvia intensa con umbral superior a 20 mm en una hora o superior a 70 mm en 24 horas.

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