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  • Tropical weather expected to drench North Carolina coast

    Although the track guidance is in good agreement on this scenario, the model envelope has shifted slightly westward this cycle, and the NHC forecast track has been nudged in that direction. Tropical Depression Nine could soon become a tropical storm. The depression is centered about 425 miles southwest of Tampa and is moving north near 2 mph.

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  • Acer Launches Liquid Z6, Liquid Z6 Plus at 2016 IFA Berlin

    Acer Launches Liquid Z6, Liquid Z6 Plus at 2016 IFA Berlin

    Starting with the Liquid Z6, the handset will come with a 5-inch 2.5D Full HD display. The Liquid Z6 Plus, on the other hand, isn't just about minor improvements over the Z6 but is an entirely different phone altogether. The tablet gets a 13MP primary camera and a 2MP secondary camera. The availability details of the tablet too, remain the same as the Acer Liquid series of smartphones at the moment.

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  • Indignación por fotos de niña cazadora con animales muertos

    Indignación por fotos de niña cazadora con animales muertos

    Cebras, jirafas y búfalos son algunos de los animales que perecieron ante Gourdin. Ella sonríe con las armas que utilizó para matarlos . 'Es algo que me aprecio y me gusta y quiero que la gente vea mis experiencias', dijo la adolescente. "Yo no voy a parar nunca", aseguró. "Quiero que otras mujeres y jóvenes tomen parte en la experiencia de la caza, que es algo increíble", finalizó la niña que al parecer defiende y defenderá este "deporte".

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  • US Urges Pakistan To Fight Extremist Groups

    US Secretary of State John Kerry and US Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker held bilateral talks on Tuesday here with high level Indian officials on a range of bilateral, regional and global issues of mutual concern. "At a time when countries seek to address issues through the use of force, the United States and India have upheld the rule-based worldwide order", added Kerry.

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  • Woman sets herself on fire in Chicago congressman's office

    Woman sets herself on fire in Chicago congressman's office

    The congressman, U.S. Rep. Danny Davis, was not in his office when the incident took place, and it is not clear whether he had any connection to the woman. "We do the best we can for them". Davis say he was told by his staff that the woman entered the office and began picking up various items around the room belonging to his employees.

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  • Uzbek President Islam Karimov 'in intensive care'

    Rumors are circulating about the alleged death of Uzbekistan's President Islam Karimov. Police, troops guarding Tashkent hospital where the country's only post-independence leader is being treated. "They want to know what happens to Karimov next". Islam Karimov was born on January 30, 1938 in the legendary Silk Road city of Samarkand. Prime Minister Shavkat Mirziyoev , seen as a Kremlin ally, is a more likely consensus candidate within a small ruling circle, as is Rustam Azimov, a ...

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  • Clinton loses double-digit lead on Trump

    U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said on Friday, Aug. 26, the Clinton Foundation was seeking other organizations to partner with as it looks to wind down some of its charitable work, but defended her work as secretary of state as independent from her family's foundation.

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  • Com shuts down after Hulk Hogan lawsuit bankruptcy

    In the wake of a devastating lawsuit and a proposed selloff of its holding company to Univision , Gawker .com will shut down next week, ending 14 years of independent - and at times inflammatory - publishing. Club. Following the lawsuit, it was revealed Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel helped bankroll the wrestler's lawsuit against Gawker , along with several others against the company.

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  • Senado de Brasil inicia sesión final en "impeachment" contra Rousseff

    Luego se comenzó la intervención parlamentaria, donde 66 de ellos se habían inscrito para entregar sus argumentos en un periodo máximo de 10 minutos, tras lo que se realizará la votación final. Palabras similares expresó después ante los periodistas, a los que reiteró, pero sollozando, que " la Historia deberá pedir perdón ". Luego, dos senadores a favor de la destitución y otros dos que se opongan tendrán cinco minutos para sus alegatos y finalmente se procederá a la votación por sistema ...

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  • Universidad Panamericana de México admite el plagio de Peña Nieto

    Otro de los retos, sino el más importante será la sucesión presidencial, donde los electores utilizan las urnas para premiar o castigar al partido y gobierno en turno, por lo que no se ve fácil para Peña Nieto ser un factor positivo en la campaña del próximo candidato del PRI a la presidencia , a diferencia de Obama que incide positivamente en la campaña de Hillary Clinton.

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  • Brasil se contrae 0,6% en el segundo trimestre

    Brasil se contrae 0,6% en el segundo trimestre

    La contracción fue de 0,6 %, según datos divulgados por el Instituto Brasileño de Geografía y Estadísticas (IBGE). Con el país rumbo a su primer bienio de recesión desde los años 30, Michel Temer, que asumirá como presidente oficial después de la previsible destitución de Rousseff, ha dicho que el foco de su administración será reencaminar la economía.

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  • Chris Brown arrested after police standoff at his house

    Chris Brown arrested after police standoff at his house

    The woman who made the call from outside the Tarzana residence told authorities Brown pointed a gun at her, NBC News reported. She said: "He pulled out the gun and said get the f out of here and threatened me with it". Ramirez declined to elaborate on the charges against Brown, saying an investigation was still under way. The R&B singer, who topped the U.S. singles chart with "Run It!" and "Kiss Kiss", has had years of run-ins with the law.

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  • Gary Johnson "I Might Be the Next President"

    Nevertheless, both will take the stage at Hofstra University on September 26th and square off in the first general election presidential debate; considering the weaknesses of both, it is unlikely many viewers will be left satisfied. Unfortunately for Johnson, in order to get onto the debate stage, he needs to reach 15 % in an average of five national polls - he's now averaging about 8%, according to Real Clear Politics .

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  • Maine Governor Paul LePage is considering resigning

    Maine Governor Paul LePage is considering resigning

    LePage told WVOM that there were some demands that "I just can't do", which has him in mind of resigning . "So I called Gattine and used the worst word I could think of". LePage appeared to try to clarify Tuesday - with some friendly guidance from WVOM co-host Ric Tyler - that during the North Berwick town hall , he was talking about drug traffickers who bring heroin and fentanyl into ME, not about Maine's black or Hispanic communities.

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  • Chris Brown out of jail

    Chris Brown out of jail

    The woman was not identified and police didn't elaborate on the assistance she needed. (Radio.com) Chris Brown was arrested outside of his home in Los Angeles on Tuesday (August 30) and was taken into custody by the LAPD on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon.

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  • FBI to release report on Clinton email investigation

    Government lawyers told U.S. District Court Judge Amit P. Mehta on Tuesday that an undetermined number of the emails among the 30 were not included in the 55,000 pages previously provided by Clinton. These were unearthed by Judicial Watch, which is not going away. If Clinton wins the presidency, the board says that if the Clintons don't distance themselves completely from the foundation while in the White House, "it could prove [to be] a target for her political adversaries".

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  • Obama commutes sentences of 111 federal inmates, 3 from MI

    Obama commutes sentences of 111 federal inmates, 3 from MI

    Numerous criminals whose sentences were shortened Tuesday would have been given far shorter punishments under current guidelines. Under the commutation, his sentence will expire December 28. Such legislation has stalled and is unlikely to be approved this year. Thomas' sentence will now expire August 30, 2018, on the condition that he enrolls in a residential drug treatment program.

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  • Teen and 82-year-old grandpa enroll at same college

    Teen and 82-year-old grandpa enroll at same college

    And while they share a campus, he's studying economics and she's studying liberal arts, Grandpa is proof that it's never too late to go to college. - An 82-year-old Texas man is being called an inspiration for returning to college to get his degree.

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  • Donald Trump Set to Give 'Major' Immigration Speech

    Immigration is considered Trump's signature platform, from his promise to build the wall to his controversial, but wavering stance on what he would do with the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the country. While Trump's visit came as a surprise, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a close Trump adviser, has been among those pushing Trump to make the trip, according to a person familiar with their conversations who spoke on the condition of anonymity in order to discuss them publicly.

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  • Questions Trump may tackle in anticipated immigration speech

    Questions Trump may tackle in anticipated immigration speech

    But after clinching the nomination, Trump began suggesting in closed-door conversations with Hispanic supporters that he might be open to changing his approach. It's also possible that adverse headlines last week about the Clinton Foundation and thousands of newly discovered emails from the private email server Clinton used as secretary of state reinforced why views of her had been worsening prior to the July conventions.

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  • Yemen: Death toll in ISIL's Aden bombing rises to 70

    A released press statement reads, "It is critical for the parties in Yemen to bring a halt to the fighting as soon as possible and finalize an agreement ... Backed by the United States, the Gulf nation has led a coalition offensive against the Houthis since a year ago. On 6 August, the UNs Special Envoy for Yemen, Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, announced a one-month break in the Yemeni peace talks, during which the focus will be on working with each side separately to crystalize precise technical ...

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  • 2 people killed in crash near Logan Airport

    2 people killed in crash near Logan Airport

    According to Massachusetts State Police Media Relations, the Ford shuttle van and a Subaru Legacy collided while the van was on its way between the airport and a nearby hotel. Police say that the shuttle had seatbelts, but it was unclear whether the two victims were wearing them. The Ted Williams Tunnel was closed to eastbound traffic at Exit 26 for several hours overnight.

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  • SSD adoption in notebooks to top 50% in 2018, says DRAMeXchange

    SSD adoption in notebooks to top 50% in 2018, says DRAMeXchange

    DRAMeXchange, a division of market analyst TrendForce, said in its most recent report that SSD adoption rate in the global notebook market hit 25 percent past year. As such, total client-grade SSD shipments for the quarter are projected to increase by around two to three percent. Chen further pointed out that in the future, 3D-NAND Flash for mainstream client-grade SSDs will be based on the TLC architecture.

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  • Hero Brit Tom Jackson nominated for award

    The "indescribably proud" relatives of traveller Tom Jackson have paid tribute to a "wonderful big brother" and a "darling" son after he died in an Australian hospital. The mother of hostel murder victim Mia Ayliffe-Chung says her daughter only saw the good in people and she hopes to be more like her. Police said that Ayad shouted "Allahu akbar" - the Arabic phrase meaning "God is great" - during the attack, but that there is no indication the assault was motivated by extremism.

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  • Iranian ex-general killed fighting militants in Syria

    Iranian ex-general killed fighting militants in Syria

    Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi said on Wednesday that Iran is anxious about continuation of Turkey's presence and military operation in Syria's soil. The Iranian spokesman said that until Turkey pulled out, the conflict would only intensify. "The Spreading of clashes in north of Syria will lead to an increase in the death toll of innocent civilians and it is essential for the Turkish army to immediately stop military actions in Syria", he said.

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  • Clinton Leads By Eight Points In Swing State Pennsylvania

    Trump, who this month launched his first TV ads in several swing states, is being outspent by Clinton's campaign by a 10-to-1 margin. Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonClinton taps Warren ally to sit on transition team Top Dems push FBI to investigate Trump campaign role in DNC hack Foundation headaches mount for Clintons MORE has an eight-point lead over Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTo this conservative, Kaepernick more principled than Limbaugh Top Dems push FBI to investigate Trump campaign ...

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  • Ricky Perry to join 'Dancing with the Stars' cast

    Lochte initially said that he and fellow swimmers Jack Conger, Gunnar Bentz and Jimmy Feigen were robbed at gunpoint in a taxi by men with a police badge as they returned to the Olympic Village from a party. Posting a picture of her and Lochte , she wrote: "I can finally share the news, I'm returning to Dancing With the Stars! ". "I know she's got a couple of gold medals and I'd love to get her a gold mirrorball", Chmerkovskiy said upon meeting Hernandez.

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