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  • Hermine strengthens to hurricane; set soon for landfall in Florida

    Hermine will then cut through the southeastern USA and re-emerge over ocean water off the Carolina coast, although probably no longer as a tropical storm. Heavy winds could arrive by evening commute time from Apalachicola to Cedar Key down to Tampa, he said. Gov. Rick Scott declared a state of emergency in more than 50 counties.

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  • Louisville's Lamar Jackson accounts for eight first-half touchdowns

    Louisville's Lamar Jackson accounts for eight first-half touchdowns

    He added two more touchdowns on the ground, where he ran for 119 yards on 11 attempts. At the half, he completed 17-for-23 passes with 286 yards and no interceptions. The 49ers haven't put up much resistance to the Lousiville attack in the first half. Tennessee, ranked the the AP poll and 10th in the Coaches poll, is down early to visiting Appalachian State.

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  • Apple developing iPad upgrades, refreshed Mac lineup

    In more specific terms, Apple is evidently considering the integration of annotation features across the iOS operating environment, including apps such as Safari, Mail, and iMessage. It was back in early 2015 when the Apple MacBook Air received an update and since then it had only one USB Port, so an update was long overdue. The technology will allow quicker access to a user's common applications and tasks.

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  • 22.000 manifestantes logró concentrar la MUD, según Maduro

    La periodista Maru Morales, redactora de El Nacional de Venezuela reporta para Vanguardia.com cómo se desarrollan las marchas. "Los jóvenes se nos están marchando del país". Partiendo desde Plaza Venezuela , aunque alimentada desde otros puntos distantes de la ciudad, los seguidores chavistas marcharon hacia la avenida Bolívar con el propósito de llenar esa larguísima arteria vial.

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  • Thai Government to Resume Peace Talks With Muslim Insurgents

    Thai Government to Resume Peace Talks With Muslim Insurgents

    The separatists from the far-south Muslim-majority provinces of Yala, Pattani and Narathiwat have been blamed for an unprecedented string of bombings last month in several tourist towns that killed four people and wounded dozens. "I have been instructed to tell the groups that there must be a peaceful situation on the ground before we are willing to sign any document", he said.

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  • Dilma apela su destitución en la Corte Suprema — Brasil

    En la muy improbable eventualidad de que el STF apruebe la solicitud de Cardozo, Temer volvería a ser presidente interino mientras se repite el proceso en el Senado . "Condenamos el Golpe Oligárquico de la derecha ¡Quién Lucha Vence!", escribió. Por su parte, el gobierno cubano rechazó enérgicamente lo que llamó un " golpe de Estado parlamentario" judicial que se ha consumado contra Dilma Rousseff .

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  • Wireless HTC Vive prototype to be shown this fall

    Wireless HTC Vive prototype to be shown this fall

    Their device is a small receiver that you wear on your body which transmits all necessary signals up to the Vive so you will not have any wires connecting your body to a PC, backpack or otherwise. Regardless of who it benefits, the reasoning behind Quark's endeavors is the same: demand. From there, Quark met with Valve representatives during a recent stay at a Silicon Valley incubator, and the company says Valve was "more than happy to cooperate with us on the task.

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  • Florida braces for 'life-threatening' Hurricane Hermine

    Areas as far south as Fort Myers and Naples along the west coast of the peninsula have seen storm surge flooding and this will remain a concern well into Friday . This could cause flash flooding which would only make the storm surge flooding worse. Hermine has strengthened to a category one hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 75 miles per hour, according to the National Hurricane Center .

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  • Venezuelan oppositions vows to keep up pressure on Maduro

    Venezuelan oppositions vows to keep up pressure on Maduro

    Anti-government protests in early 2014 turned violent, leading to more than 40 deaths and millions in losses as protesters vandalized public buildings and property. think tank wrote in an op-ed Thursday. He has warned he will not tolerate a right-wing "coup". Workers of state oil company Petroleos de Venezuela SA could be seen dressed in red, departing for a rival pro-government rally .

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  • Hawaii Island schools to re-open after Madeline

    Hawaii Island schools to re-open after Madeline

    She and her neighbors were stocking their pantries, stowing lawn furniture and preparing for power outages. Elsewhere, the National Hurricane Center said Tropical Storm Hermine had formed in the Gulf of Mexico and was centered about 315 miles from Tampa, Fla.

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  • Pak has to do more to clear terror sanctuaries: Kerry

    Throwing a challenge to India, Kerry said the country needs to create 13 million jobs every year and will need to start giving freedom to persons who want to start business here. Kerry's comments on Wednesday seemed to water down the remarks he made on Tuesday when he, seated beside foreign minister Sushma Swaraj, had said he had spoken to Pakistan about the need to dismantle safe havens for militant groups .

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  • Google Rolls Out Android Nougat

    LG says its new V20 phone, successor to last year's curious V10, will ship with Nougat in September, however, so hopefully the G5 isn't far behind on support. In Android Nougat , Google is implementing some new features and improving on some of the features that are carried over from the earlier Marshmallow OS .

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  • Brownback seeks input from parents, educators on new school funding plan

    Brownback seeks input from parents, educators on new school funding plan

    But local control of schools has been a cherished idea in Kansas, and lawmakers in wealthy - and politically powerful - Kansas City suburbs in Johnson County have sought looser and even no limits on local taxes. "If you start about money, it's always about money". With the end of the block grant funding method coming, Gov. Brownback was asked if the state was running out of time.

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  • Irán y Rusia construirán dos plantas nucleares

    Irán y Rusia construirán dos plantas nucleares

    Teherán, 1 sep (EFE). "Con la construcción de estos dos nuevos reactores, ahorraremos 22 millones de barriles de petróleo por año", declaró Salehi, precisando que el coste del proyecto se estimó a 10.000 millones de dólares (unos 8.900 millones de euros).

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  • Rajnath Singh to head all party delegation to Kashmir

    However, normal life remained disrupted in many other areas of the Valley. At least 68 civilians have been killed and thousands injured since protests broke out in July, mostly by government forces firing bullets and shotguns at rock-throwing protesters.

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  • Backpacker hostel stabbing hero nominated for posthumous bravery award

    Backpacker hostel stabbing hero nominated for posthumous bravery award

    She tweeted: "Tom Jackson's actions of putting his own life before the life of Ms Ayliffe-Chung is an extraordinary act of courage & deserves recognition". Les has asked me to pass on his thanks for the support his family is receiving from the community as well as the thanks from the local police, paramedics, and all the staff at the ICU at Townsville Hospital.

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  • Senado brasileño invistió a Temer como presidente, tras destituir a Rousseff

    Senado brasileño invistió a Temer como presidente, tras destituir a Rousseff

    La Federación de Industrias del Estado de Sao Paulo (FIESP) respaldó el proceso que terminó con la destitución de Rousseff , pero advirtió al Gobierno de Temer sobre las medidas que debe adoptar para enderezar la economía. A nivel internacional, Venezuela, Cuba, Ecuador, Bolivia y El Salvador expresaron su rechazo a lo que denominaron como "golpe parlamentario" en Brasil .

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  • LA Times Tracking Poll: Trump, Clinton in Virtual Tie

    LA Times Tracking Poll: Trump, Clinton in Virtual Tie

    Joni Ernst's annual "Roast and Ride" fundraiser at the Iowa State Fairgrounds. On TV bashing Trump. She said her family's foundation is seeking "partners" to take over some programs. Her running mate, Virginia Sen. On Friday, the attacks were still coming. "This type of rhetoric and repulsive advertising is revolting and completely beyond the pale", Mark Burns, an African-American pastor who supports Trump, said in a statement.

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  • For Brazilian man, Mother Teresa worked a miracle

    For Brazilian man, Mother Teresa worked a miracle

    Maasburg in anticipation of Mother Teresa's canonization, which takes place in Rome Sept. 4. "How many people can say they belong to a church where they can say a human being saint was actually here in person, said Janice Maziekas of Mahanoy City".

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  • Para el gobierno uruguayo destitución de Rousseff es "una profunda injusticia"

    Tras su destitución fue posesionado inmediatamente en el poder el exvicepresidente, Michel Temer. Luego de consumarse el golpe de Estado en Brasil , contra la mandataria constitucional de esa nación suramericana, Dilma Rousseff en declaraciones a los medios de comunicación, envió un mensaje de agradecimiento y fuerza a su pueblo, destaca la agencia Venezolana de Televisión.

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  • Trump Returns to Hardline Position on Illegal Immigration

    He floated a new proposal to question people from certain countries on their ideology to make sure that people coming to the United States "share our values and love our people". But nor was it a detailed policy rollout. "Trump was clear on that tonight". Trump did not touch on the controversial topic of birthright citizenship, which he has also opposed in the past, even to the point of claiming this constitutional provision can be reversed with an act of Congress - a view few credible ...

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  • Boston police body camera program delayed

    Boston police body camera program delayed

    The pilot program was expected to begin this week after months of negotiations between the Boston Police Patrolmen's Association and the city. Boston Police Commissioner Bill Evans had been aiming for a September 2 start date for the program.

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  • Oil pipeline protesters disrupt construction sites

    It is therefore imperative that the United States respects and recognizes the intrinsic, inter-related rights of Sioux and their spiritual traditions, history, philosophy, and especially their rights to their lands and territories. Opponents have been lining up support from cities across the country . "We are totally committed to nonviolent, peaceful, respectful action". Another fossil fuel pipeline project - the Dakota Access pipeline - is being held to a considerable level of ...

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  • The 10000th Syrian Refugee Has Arrived In The United States

    The 10000th Syrian Refugee Has Arrived In The United States

    While Rice admitted that a lot more work needs to be done in the region, she said the move is a step in the right direction. The resettlement program has emerged as an issue in the presidential campaign, with Republican nominee Donald Trump alleging displaced Syrians pose a potential security threat.

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  • Angels' Mike Trout Uninjured in LA Freeway Crash

    Angels' Mike Trout Uninjured in LA Freeway Crash

    Trout's auto and two other cars collided while trying to stop for the original crash, the CHP said. One person was removed from their vehicle using the Jaws of Life, the Register reported, citing Capt. Witnesses say Trout's car's brakes locked up causing him to hit the other auto. "He feels fine", Eppler said in a statement issued late Wednesday night.

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  • Credit card skimmers being found throughout MI

    People have been placing card skimmer devices at the gas pumps that can steal your debit and credit card information. Inspectors have targeted for examination 1,500 gas stations with more than 12,000 gas pumps, local officials said at a Thursday press conference.

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  • Depression strengthens into Tropical Storm Hermine

    Pat McCrory has declared a state of emergency for 33 counties in the eastern part of the state as Hurricane Hermine advances toward the Southeast. It has winds near 75 miles per hour. Heavy bands of rain are moving onshore and the threat remains for tornadoes, flooding, beach erosion and wind damage, including power outages from downed power lines.

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