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  • Sprint Car star from Indiana hospitalized after crash in Kansas

    Sprint Car star from Indiana hospitalized after crash in Kansas

    Clauson was later airlifted to a hospital in Lincoln, Nebraska. The 27-year-old resident of Noblesville got stuffed into the fence by a lapped auto and went into a series of snap rolls before landing on his side, at which point he was struck in the cockpit by an oncoming vehicle at a high rate of speed.

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  • US Not Involved in Turkey Coup Attempt, Envoy Says

    European leaders are concerned by the scale of Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan's crackdown on suspected dissidents after last month's failed coup. (FILES) This hand out picture released on September 24, 2013 by Zaman Daily Newspaper shows exiled Turkish Muslim preacher Fethullah Gulen at his residence in Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania.

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  • Indonesian kidnapped in Sulu sea off Borneo

    Indonesian kidnapped in Sulu sea off Borneo

    The kidnapping took place Wednesday in waters off the northeast of Sabah state, on the Malaysian side of Borneo island, Indonesia's ambassador to Malaysia said. In recent months, ten other Indonesians were kidnapped by the Philippine Abu Sayyaf extremist group and they are still being held by the militants.

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  • Macri en Río de Janeiro:

    Macri en Río de Janeiro: "Al deporte no hay que mancharlo"

    La delegación argentina será la más numerosa de la historia, conformada por 213 atletas. Según señalaron fuentes gubernamentales, no se descarta que Macri mantenga diálogos informales con algunos de sus pares sudamericanos sobre la situación del Mercosur y otras cuestiones de interés común.

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  • Donald Trump unfit to serve as US President: Obama

    Donald Trump unfit to serve as US President: Obama

    He said his speech was a gift from the God. "I said nice things about the son", he said. "If you are repeatedly having to say in very strong terms that what he has said is unacceptable, why are you still endorsing him?" he asked. Tim Miller, a former communications director for Jeb Bush's presidential campaign, described Trump's remarks as "inhuman". Trump criticized the family in an interview Sunday and again in a pair of tweets Monday morning.

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  • Rio Olympics Tape Delay Brings Heavy Scorn For NBC

    Rio Olympics Tape Delay Brings Heavy Scorn For NBC

    A city rises during the Opening Ceremony of the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Aug. 5, 2016. But with more than a dash of "gambiarra", the Brazilian art of quick-fixes and making do, Rio de Janeiro is ready. Mardini will be the first refugee athlete to compete later today. Despite a great showing from Phelps' team, Walsh opted to watch the opening ceremony from the quiet comfort of her hotel room.

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  • Father was intoxicated when twins died in hot auto

    Autopsies were scheduled Friday to determine the exact cause of death of Ariel and Alaynah North. According to the National Weather Service, temperatures had reached the upper 90s in the area. Harris is accused of intentionally leaving his toddler son to die in a hot SUV for about seven hours on June 18, 2014. . Police found the father's auto with two child seats in the back, Dobbs said, but it was not immediately clear whether the girls had been in the vehicle and, if they had been, for ...

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  • United States judge rejects North Carolina voter ID law

    While North Carolina has been the focus of criticism for legislation that requires voters to present photo identification at polling places - a measure a U.S. They contended it was a revival of Jim Crow laws by a Republican dominated legislature and meant to curtail the vote of the poor and black minorities that typically vote for Democrats.

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  • Chicago Veterans, Gold Star Families Blast Trump

    Chicago Veterans, Gold Star Families Blast Trump

    Asked whether a Trump administration would reinstate prayers in school, Pence said only that his running mate strongly believed in religious freedom and would fight to repeal a law that bars churches from endorsing candidates for elected office.

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  • Hurricane Earl heads for landfall in Belize

    Hurricane Earl heads for landfall in Belize

    EDT (Aug. 3, 2016 at 0356 UTC). Some flights from Mexico City to the Mexican seaside resort of Chetumal were canceled because of Earl, which smashed auto windows in Belize City, downed trees and sparked flooding in parts of the coastline after moving inland.

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  • Terminó el sueño olímpico para Yadira Silva

    Terminó el sueño olímpico para Yadira Silva

    En la primera ronda , la mexicana se topó contra la poderosa Barbora Balazova , de Eslovaquia, quien no perdonó en ningún set y se llevó los cuatro con tremenda autoridad. Pese a su eliminación, Silva mencionó que esta justa olímpica ha sido la que más le ha gustado. "En el partido me sentí tranquila pese que el resultado no fue el que quería", declaró.

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  • Jeremy Corbyn makes £500bn investment pledge ahead of interest rates decision

    However, Mr Corbyn, who discussed the pros and cons of Europe, received a few boos from the crowd after saying Article 50 would have to be implemented. The result of the leadership contest will be announced at a Labour conference on September 24th. During the debate Own Smith said he would "champion women" and would introduce all-women shortlists until there was equal representation in Parliament.

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  • Mass stabbing in London leaves 1 dead, 5 injured

    Although the program was over, the couple remained in the United Kingdom and were expected to return today. "The safety of all Londoners is my number one priority and my heart goes out to the victims of the incident in Russell Square and their loved ones", he said.

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  • Third-party candidates lose legal fight to get into presidential debates

    Third-party candidates lose legal fight to get into presidential debates

    A great deal of the Vermont Senator's policies echo in Jill Stein's platform , whereas Johnson attracts Republicans who have no interest in Trump but supported Sanders. "I do believe that most people in this country are Libertarian, it's just that they don't know it", Johnson said. In mid-September, the commission will add up five national polls and invite the candidates who are averaging at least 15% support.

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  • Protests ahead of Rio Olympics opening ceremony

    Protests ahead of Rio Olympics opening ceremony

    The show drew homegrown stars, like supermodel Gisele Bundchen, who walked across the stadium to the sound of bossa nova hit "Girl from Ipanema". The Aviator flies during the Metropolis segment of the opening ceremony. Russian cyclist Ilnur Zakarin was cleared for the Rio Olympics but he will not participate as he had no possibility to prepare for the Games. Rio de Janeiro: They could see the fireworks but they have felt no impact from the Olympic Games .

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  • Russian President Vladimir Putin Tests West's Sanctions Resolve On Visit To Slovenia

    Russian President Vladimir Putin Tests West's Sanctions Resolve On Visit To Slovenia

    Trump's urging came as he rejected the growing USA government consensus that Russian Federation was behind the hack of the Democratic National Committee - a stunning display of a foreign power's meddling in a us presidential election. Donald Trump has frequently expressed his admiration for Vladimir Putin , an anti-American world-class tyrant. Western nations including the United States insist that as part of a political transition Assad should step aside.

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  • Presidenta de Madres de la Plaza de Mayo eximida de prisión

    Con decenas de seguidores en las puertas de la sede de la organización humanitaria Madres de Plaza de Mayo , Bonafini subió sonriente a una camioneta para iniciar su viaje. Luego de esta decisión, la presidenta de Madres de Plaza de Mayo partió en una combi particular desde Buenos Aires hasta la ciudad costera de Mar del Plata , custodiada por varios vehículos de militantes en señal de acompañamiento.

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  • Paula Pareto consiguió la primera medalla de oro para Argentina — Histórico

    A partir de ahí, comenzó un largo período de sequía para la albiceleste. La generación de Oro del Básquet hizo lo propio en 2004.  Sin tiempo para llorar la retirada de Sebastián Crismanich , el único oro olímpico argentino en los Juegos de Londres 2012, el deporte argentino se abraza a su nueva estrella, una veterana Paula Pareto que ayer abandonó el sobrenombre de Peque para colgarse el de Gigante.

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  • Yemen rebels reject UN's peace offer

    United Nations envoy Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed set August 7 as the date for winding up the talks that began April but have failed to achieve any breakthrough towards ending Yemen s conflict. They did not name the council's members. According to the government, the draft plan calls for the rebels to withdraw from the capital Sanaa and two major cities, hand over heavy arms and return state institutions they seized in September 2014.

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  • France just won the first Olympic rugby game since 1924

    World Rugby Chairman Bill Beaumont said: "This is an historic moment for our sport and I am particularly delighted for the world's top women who have showcased the very best of our sport to an unprecedented global audience". Sunday's last round of pool matches will decide the quarterfinal ties later in the day. Fiji caused the shock of the day, defeating US 12-7 to tee-up a thrilling climax to the pool when second place will be determined.

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  • Admitted Emanuel AME shooter Dylann Roof attacked in jail shower

    A SC prosecutor said Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015, that she will seek the death penalty for Roof , who is charged with killing nine black churchgoers in Charleston. Following the attack, police said that Stafford would be charged with battery, misdemeanor and third-degree assault. Stafford is already in jail on pending charges of first-degree assault and battery and robbery.

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  • President Obama shortens sentences for 214 federal prisoners

    President Obama shortens sentences for 214 federal prisoners

    That sentence was commuted to expire December 1. They include 67 people serving life sentences. His sentence was commuted to a term of nearly 22 years. Tommy M. Martinez, of Sparta, was sentenced to life in prison in 2000 for conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine and distribution of crack cocaine.

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  • Ryan: I Could Withdraw My Endorsement From Trump

    In the latest Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Friday, Clinton's lead over Trump narrowed to less than 3 percentage points, down from almost 8 points on Monday. But Toomey insisted on a conference call Friday that Pennsylvania voters understand that Trump "is in a category unto himself", and "will make a completely separate decision about the person they want representing them in the United States Senate".

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  • Harvard Republicans Won't Endorse Donald Trump

    Ryan's campaign shrugged off Trump's comments, telling reporters, "Neither Speaker Ryan nor anyone on his team has ever asked for Donald Trump's endorsement". The Indiana governor and Republican vice presidential candidate pet some cows, surveyed the fair grounds and handed out milkshakes Friday at the opening day of the Indiana State Fair.

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  • D.A.: Family of five found dead in Pennsylvania home

    After unsuccessful attempts to contact her, the family member contacted the police. Authorities area yet to reveal the details of the note or which parent they believe did the shooting, other than "an investigation revealed there had been domestic issues between the husband and wife", according to NBC-10.

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  • Trump relents over Ryan re-election

    Trump relents over Ryan re-election

    Donald Trump, looking to put behind him a week of party infighting and show that Republicans are united, endorsed Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and Senators John McCain and Kelly Ayotte in their reelection bids. Trump's relationship with the three lawmakers has been rocky over the previous year. He has skipped from one misstep to the next, sparking a fresh wave of Republican defections among longtime party loyalists who refuse to support their presidential nominee - including some ...

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  • Trump Shifts Focus to Clinton After Tough Week

    Trump Shifts Focus to Clinton After Tough Week

    Trump's millions of supporters, who are often drawn to language she and others have called racist and sexist, indicate about the public mood, Ms. Clinton said that while some people were backing him due to his "bigotry", she acknowledged that many were motivated by economic hardships.

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  • South Africa Election: Ruling Party Suffers Major Challenge

    South Africa Election: Ruling Party Suffers Major Challenge

    In a jolt to its unshakeable dominance of South African politics, the ruling African National Congress ( ANC ) suffered a considerable drop in support from voters in the local government elections, results showed on Saturday. The ANC has won more than 60 percent of the vote at every election since the end of apartheid more than two decades ago. "The projections that I give most credence to is that the DA will be the biggest single party in Nelson Mandela Bay but won't get 50%", Daryl ...

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