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  • Police ID suspect in stabbing of pregnant woman

    Wednesday, after the victim agreed to meet Brothers in a wooded area near 3015 Upton Drive in Kensington. A 19-year-old victim, who was several months pregnant, was stabbed multiple times. Police say plainclothes officers found Brothers within an hour of the slaying and that he tried to run away after officers approached. He is scheduled to appear for a bond hearing at 1 p.m.

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  • Withings adds two new watches to their line of activity trackers

    Withings adds two new watches to their line of activity trackers

    Not only that, but the Steel HR can also monitor your pulse while you're sleeping, which can help give an overall look at your health. The Steel HR is 5ATM water resistant for swimming, too . This is an increasingly requested feature in the fitness tracker sphere, so it's great to see Withings finally stepping up to the mark. Continuing to spearhead the unique category of beautifully designed trackers within fashionable timepieces, Steel HR marries classic French design with advanced heart ...

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  • Hillary Clinton Hits Trump for 'Dropping In' on Mexico

    Hillary Clinton Hits Trump for 'Dropping In' on Mexico

    Those who research history archives regarding the first third of the 20 century discover that by 1901, both the Democrats and Republicans had sold out the African American and the African American future in the United States of America, a sell out that continues in the 21 century, regardless of who is president.

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  • Will Hillary Clinton's GOP outreach alienate progressives?

    Will Hillary Clinton's GOP outreach alienate progressives?

    Referencing Trump's threats to "walk away from our alliances", she notes that when America fails to lead, the country leaves a vacuum for the rest of the world to fill. The former secretary of state pounced on conflicting messages from Trump and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto following their meeting. The Washington Post first reported the planned trip.

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  • Obama to visit far-flung Midway Atoll in conservation push

    Obama to visit far-flung Midway Atoll in conservation push

    Obama's visit will focus on the challenge climate change poses to oceans and the need to expand upon global agreements like the one he announced with Chinese President Xi Jinping in 2014. Hopefully, despite controversy, this act will help protect the unique marine life in Hawaii and restore the vitality of the island's ocean. Around 40 people live and work on Midway, mostly US Fish and Wildlife Service staff.

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  • Syrian activists: airstrikes in Hama province kill 25 people

    Syrian activists: airstrikes in Hama province kill 25 people

    Local activist Ahmed al-Ahmed said the rebels were only eight kilometers (five miles) away from the provincial capital, Hama. They have taken over a government military base and control several towns along the highway linking Hama to Damascus, following a "surprising" government retreat, he said.

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  • Trudeau begins first visit to China to boost bilateral ties

    China is Canada's top export market for the oilseed, and Ottawa has taken an increasingly strong line in talks on the new standard, which industry participants say would significantly raise costs for exporters. His eight-day visit, which concludes on Sept. 7, includes meetings with Chinese President Xi Jinping (習近平) and Premier Li Keqiang (李克強), and his participation at the G20 leaders' summit in Hangzhou .

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  • Zimbabwe police forcibly disperse rioters in Harare

    Zimbabwe police forcibly disperse rioters in Harare

    The United States says "it is deeply troubled" by the economic policies and financial strains that have prompted numerous protests in the country and has called on the government not to assault the peaceful protesters. Ignatius Chombo, the home affairs minister, labelled opposition leaders "foreign agents" using protests to cause chaos in order to justify worldwide intervention in Zimbabwe .

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  • Record number of Americans dislike Hillary Clinton

    Record number of Americans dislike Hillary Clinton

    Among the voters polled, 42 percent supported Clinton, while 37 percent supported Trump - a five point lead. A poll from Marquette University found that, in a four-way race that includes Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson and Green Party nominee Jill Stein, Clinton is ahead of Trump by 3 points among likely voters .

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  • Leaked iPhone 7 box confirms headphone jack-less theory

    Leaked iPhone 7 box confirms headphone jack-less theory

    Intriguingly, the document also appears to confirm that it'll include a Lightning to 3.5mm Headphone Jack adaptor. It appears that the airpods may not be quite ready so at the launch we can expect earpods with a Lightening connection to be included when the iPhone is purchased, while the in-ear headphones will be discontinued.

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  • CDP lamenta muerte de Hatuey De Camps

    CDP lamenta muerte de Hatuey De Camps

    Medina dijo que el expresidente de la Cámara Diputados, a quien se le rinden honores en el Salón de la Asamblea Nacional, dejó sembrado su liderazgo y capacidad de reforma que permitieron e influyeron en la modernización de ese poder legislativo.

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  • Australia ex-judge Jim Macken offers swap with refugee

    Australia ex-judge Jim Macken offers swap with refugee

    Macken has conceded his proposal "could be considered too novel for government" but says it is "perfectly possible". "It is even worse that they are being held in these unsafe and inhospitable conditions in order to ensure no other asylum seekers and refugees attempt to come to Australia for protection".

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  • CNTE marcha de la Ciudadela hacia San Lázaro

    CNTE marcha de la Ciudadela hacia San Lázaro

    La Secretaría de Seguridad Pública capitalina despliega este jueves a más de cuatro mil elementos en las inmediaciones de la Cámara de Diputados, para garantizar la seguridad y movilidad con motivo del Cuarto Informe de Gobierno del presidente Enrique Peña Nieto.

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  • Google publishes Android 7.0 Nougat factory images

    This goes to show that changes to Nougat from the developer build of the operating system are mostly minor. Impatient early adopters have a couple of options. HTC was the first one to announce the list of devices for Nougat update, right after the announcement of Android 7.0. Android Nougat has officially dropped , and trust us when we say that you're going to be seeing more and more of Android 7.0 in the coming days.

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  • Roberts: Trump's immigration plan is easily explained. Really

    Roberts: Trump's immigration plan is easily explained. Really

    Trump's campaign announced Tuesday that he will make a surprise trip to Mexico on Wednesday to meet with President Enrique Pena Nieto before his scheduled speech. More so, separating and deporting "criminal immigrants" might be full of many legal grey areas you won't have to deal with if you wanted to deport all illegal immigrants .

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  • Hurricane Gaston weakens to tropical storm

    Hurricane Gaston weakens to tropical storm

    Until there is an actual closed center of circulation, forecast models will continue to have a hard time showing where the system will go, Nussbaum said. With any expected development or not, officials remind people that the storm will bring gusty winds and heavy downpours to many areas in the Caribbean, from Puerto Rico and Hispaniola till it reaches the Bahamas.

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  • Australia must choose between United States and China: US army official

    Australia must choose between United States and China: US army official

    What do you think about Paul Keating's comments? "We both need and deserved a nuanced foreign policy which does take account of these big seismic shifts in the world". Then Indonesian president Suharto with Keating at the APEC meeting in Bogor, Indonesia in 1994. Mr Keating also called on the United States to share strategic power in Asia with China, saying the U.S.

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  • When will the rain start? Beaufort County under tropical storm warning

    When will the rain start? Beaufort County under tropical storm warning

    Florida now faces the threat of Tropical Storm Hermine, which has picked up speed on the way to the coast. Life-threatening flooding could result from the heavy rain and storm surge, the Hurricane Center said. Wind gusts from Hermine could be between 20 to 30 miles per hour in the central part of our state, ABC11 Meteorologist Don "Big Weather" Schwenneker said.

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  • Man arrested in banker murder probe

    Man arrested in banker murder probe

    Oliver Dearlove , 30, died after allegedly being hit by a man while waiting for a taxi after a night out in Blackheath in south-east London on Sunday. Mr Dearlove, a relationship manager at private bank Duncan Lawrie in Belgravia, had been out with university friends on Saturday evening when he was attacked.

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  • Mercedes-AMG GLC43 Spoils BMW X2 Party

    Mercedes-AMG GLC43 Spoils BMW X2 Party

    Mercedes hasn't yet revealed pricing for the AMG GLC 43, but the Coupe version of the GLC carries a premium of around £3k over the regular GLC, so it seems reasonable to assume that the Mercedes-AMG 43 Coupe will cost from around £51,000 when it goes on sale next month in the UK.

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  • Japan panel finds nothing illegal in Tokyo Olympic bid

    Japan panel finds nothing illegal in Tokyo Olympic bid

    A report by the panel released Thursday said a $2.8 million Singapore dollar ($2 million) payment to the consultancy Black Tidings for bid planning services and lobbying advice was legitimate. Hayakawa, a second lawyer and an accountant had to rely mainly on documents that had been kept by former bid committee members and testimony during more than 30 hearings held between June and late August.

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  • 7 lines that defined Trump's immigration speech

    Donald Trump is going to Mexico to meet with President Enrique Peña Nieto , and Mexicans are super excited about it. However, Trump and Pena Nieto did not discuss who would pay for the wall during the mogul's short visit. He and Mr Peña Nieto avoided direct confrontation in front of the cameras, airing their differences on immigration, border security and trade in cordial tones.

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  • Retired Cop Uses Sledgehammer To Rescue Baby From Hot Car In Howell

    Retired Cop Uses Sledgehammer To Rescue Baby From Hot Car In Howell

    The baby appeared to be doing much better after being fed and cooled down, according to police. Eckel broke the front passenger window, and Mazzone carried the infant into an air-conditioned store. Howell police Chief Andrew Kudrick recogized Mazzone and Eckel for their "immediate action" to save the child. "[She] was fully clothed with a blanket partially covering her".

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  • John Kerry and Penny Pritzker Meet India's Prime Minister Modi

    John Kerry and Penny Pritzker Meet India's Prime Minister Modi

    After meeting Kerry, Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swarajhad said that the US Secretary agreed with India's view that no nation should maintain double standards, such as the categorization of good and bad terrorists nor must they act as sanctuaries and safe havens for terrorist organizations.

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  • Member Of Trump's Hispanic Advisory Board Resigns After Phoenix Speech

    Member Of Trump's Hispanic Advisory Board Resigns After Phoenix Speech

    Office of Citizenship under former Republican President George W. Bush, told CNN. 27 million Latinos are eligible to vote in the U.S. In the 2012 presidential election, 11 million Latinos voted. Similarly, Alfonso Aguilar, the president of the Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles, told Politico that he was "inclined" to drop his support for Trump after this week's big speech.

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  • Y Dejé en claro que México no pagará por el muro

    Y Dejé en claro que México no pagará por el muro

    Su jefe de campaña, John Podesta dijo: " Trump no solo se atragantó (ante Peña Nieto ), sino que le propinaron una paliza en esa habitación y mintió sobre ello". Peña Nieto dijo que ha estado atento a las críticas generadas a la visita de Trump por invitación suya: " He recogido las opiniones de amplios sectores de la sociedad mexicana en tener una gran antipatía hacia el candidato Trump y es de entenderse a partir de posiciones indignantes que ha hecho sobre los mexicanos".

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