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  • Olympics-Phelps wins 200m butterfly for 20th gold

    Olympics-Phelps wins 200m butterfly for 20th gold

    The 200 fly was the one he really wanted, and it showed. His eyes glassed over, and he held his 20th Olympic gold medal against his face before heading for his family in the stands. In the end, neither le Clos nor Cseh threatened him. The British claimed silver in 7:03.13, while Japan took the bronze in 7:03.50. Ledecky edged Sweden's Sarah Sjostrom by 0.35 seconds with a finishing time of 1:53.73.

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  • Oxen help return historic schoolhouse to original location

    Oxen help return historic schoolhouse to original location

    The goal of the re-enactment was to move the Orleans County Grammar School, which in recent decades has served as a Grange hall, about a third of a mile back to the center of the small hilltop campus where early 19th-century scholar and legislator Alexander Twilight opened it in 1823 and was its schoolmaster.

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  • Why are Southern rail workers striking? Who owns Southern rail?

    The union said it was "within an inch" of reaching an agreement during talks last week at the conciliation service Acas. Southern, which is owned by Govia Thameslink Railway, has warned passengers of overcrowded services, with no trains on some routes in Sussex and shortened operating hours on others.

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  • Trump hints at Clinton assassination

    Trump had declared that the amendment would be erased entirely, or gutted beyond recognition during a Clinton administration. "I don't know. But I tell you what, that will be a terrible day". He then added, without elaboration, that supporters of the Second Amendment could maybe figure out a way. Catherine Milhoan, a spokeswoman for the Secret Service, said: "We are aware of his comments".

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  • Flying Delta on Tuesday? What you need to know

    Delta said customers whose flights were canceled or delayed could get travel vouchers and be allowed through Friday to make a one-time change to the ticket without paying Delta's usual change fee of $200 for domestic flights and up to $500 for global flights.

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  • Cayman Islands reports second locally transmitted Zika infection

    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 aiding the Islamic State group's formation.

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  • Putin says his talks with Erdogan were constructive and important

    The Russian leader noted that the bilateral Russian-Turkish relations had reached a very high level in previous years. Erdogan said he wanted to see the TurkStream project "done as fast as possible", while Putin said construction could start "in the nearest future" and that the restoration of business ties would be done "in phases".

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  • Twitter explodes over Trump Second Amendment 'joke'

    So this is very important in November, if you care about your Second Amendment rights, to get out there and vote". JUDY WOODRUFF: Clinton has said she doesn't favor abolishing the Second Amendment. According to the RealClearPolitics national polling index, Clinton now leads Trump by 7.5 percent nationally, while at the end of July, the two stood even at 44.3 percent of support.

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  • Russian-Turkish Ties Restoration to Benefit Both States' Prosperity - AKP Member

    Russian-Turkish Ties Restoration to Benefit Both States' Prosperity - AKP Member

    President Putin also said Russia intends to resume charter flights to Turkey, as Ankara has provided security guarantees for Russian tourists. Soner Cagaptay, director of the Turkish Research Program at the Washington Institute, said Erdogan may also be seeking for Putin to use his influence in Central Asian republics where the Gulen movement has roots to crack down on the network there.

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  • Suman 45 muertos por tormenta

    Suman 45 muertos por tormenta "Earl"

    Ayer por la mañana, durante el recorrido que realizó por segundo día consecutivo en la zona devastada, el gobernador Rafael Moreno Valle informó que oficialmente el número de decesos registrados era de 32 personas, y en entrevista telefónica para el programa #JuegodeTroles el edil de Huauchinango informó que se encontraron e identificaron a cuatro más.

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  • Emirates to Increase Guangzhou Capacity with Airbus A380 Aircraft

    Emirates to Increase Guangzhou Capacity with Airbus A380 Aircraft

    As capital of Guangdong Province, Guangzhou is an important tourism and trade partner of Dubai, as the vast majority of more than 300,000 Chinese nationals living in the United Arab Emirates are from Guangdong. Effective 1 October 2016, Guangzhou will become the third city in mainland China to welcome the A380, following Beijing and Shanghai. The global airline now operates flights to five destinations in mainland China, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Yinchuan and Zhengzhou.

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  • First Day In Trial Of Kathleen Kane Comes To A Close

    Angered by a newspaper article critical of her decision to drop a corruption case, Kane chose to make her foe, former state prosecutor Frank Fina, look bad by leaking information about another case he had not pursued. "Where's my article?" Henry said Kane wrote to her political consultant Josh Morrow in 2014, before a newspaper article was published using the information Kane is accused of leaking to the Philadelphia Daily News .

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  • Quake Rattles Northern California, No Damage Reported

    Quake Rattles Northern California, No Damage Reported

    Then almost 10 minutes later, a 3.5 magnitude quake struck 16 miles west southwest of the town of Perry, Okla.at a depth of about two and a half miles. Damage is more likely with quakes at magnitudes of 4.0 and greater. Scientists link the increase to the underground disposal of wastewater from oil and gas production and state regulators have asked producers to reduce wastewater disposal volumes.

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  • El Frente Amplio no firmó moción sobre Venezuela

    El Frente Amplio no firmó moción sobre Venezuela

    Hasta el día de ayer no quedaba claro si el Frente Amplio firmaría la moción. "Si descalifica a una de las partes, no es una medida adecuada", explicó. -El FA y Venezuela- No es la primera vez que representantes del Frente Amplio muestran una posición ambigua respecto a la situación política y económica de Venezuela .

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  • Donald Trump's remarks on gun rights spark controversy

    When Mayk asked Pence to clarify whether he thought Trump was advocating violence against Clinton, he said "of course not". "And there can be no other interpretation. It took 24 hours to remember that, for Trump, there is no normal. "And she'll do that through judges, through the justices of the Supreme Court. #NeverHillary", the group tweeted .

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  • Tropical Depression JAVIER Forecast Discussion Number 9

    Other six-hour totals show ranges of 1 inch to almost 2 inches of rain across the metro Tucson area. Forecasters say storms may remain through Thursday and could affect Arizona, New Mexico and the southern portions of Utah and Colorado. Thank you for reading and relying on TulsaWorld.com for your news and information. News stories displayed here appear in our category for US Headlines and are licensed via a specific agreement between LongIsland.com and The Associated Press , the world's ...

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  • Pasajero muere en asalto a un taxi en Tegucigalpa

    Pasajero muere en asalto a un taxi en Tegucigalpa

    Ante la negativa respuesta de Guevara , el criminal enfurecido le infirió un disparo en la cabeza que le ocasionó la muerte al instante . De acuerdo con el primer reporte policial, un comerciante fue atacado por un sujeto armado que se subió al taxi con número de registro 3651.

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  • Law to require rear-facing seats for young kids takes effect

    Law to require rear-facing seats for young kids takes effect

    The measure becomes law Friday. The new law directs police to issue warnings for the first year. After that, violations could cost you around $125. "This new child vehicle seat regulation makes Pennsylvania a leader in child passenger safety, becoming only the fourth state to require rear-facing auto seats for children until at least two years of age", said Jana L.

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  • Wildfire Update: Sobranes Fire, Cold Fire, Pilot Fire

    A wildfire burning in Yolo County near the Napa County line was 80 percent contained as of Monday evening, Cal Fire officials said. The much smaller Alder Fire was kept to 25 acres. "This is the worst we've seen it right here", he said while watching the fire from California 173, which runs along the fire's north side. The fire prompted a smoke advisory for Victor Valley and nearby communities, with the Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District warning those with lung and heart disease ...

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  • Classic '68 Camaro stolen in Lincoln involved in Minnesota fatal crash

    Classic '68 Camaro stolen in Lincoln involved in Minnesota fatal crash

    The Lancaster County Sheriff's Office reported the Camaro stolen from Restore a Muscle Car in Lincoln. The Lancaster County Sheriff's Department was notified at 5:20 a.m.by the Minnesota State Patrol that the vehicle crashed south of Mankato near the Iowa/Minnesota border, killing the driver, 26-year-old Tanner Goodrich.

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  • Israel Indicts U.N. Employee, Accuses Him Of Helping Hamas

    Secretary General Ban Ki-moon about Mr. Borsh's arrest, a spokesman for Israel's foreign ministry said Tuesday. The statement said Borsh confessed that he carried out activities that aided Hamas . Germany and Australia, the two major Western nations to donate to World Vision's Gaza projects, have suspended their funding pending the investigation.

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  • Erdogan, Putin upbeat after meeting

    The shooting down of a Russian fighter jet by a Turkish F-16 plane over the Syrian border last autumn saw a furious Putin slap economic sanctions on Turkey and launch a blistering war of words with Erdogan that seemed to irrevocably damage burgeoning ties.

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