• Rio Olympics 2016: Team GB medal tracker

    Rio Olympics 2016: Team GB medal tracker

    American athletes winning medals at the Rio Olympic Games receive a cash prize from the U.S. Olympic Committee. The Americans brought 292 women to Rio de Janeiro , an Olympic record for a single country. The 19-year-old US college champion edged out China's Du Li , gold in Athens in 2004, with an Olympic-record score of 208 in the sport's new finals format.

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  • When Will PM 'Wake Up to Crisis' in Kashmir: Omar

    When Will PM 'Wake Up to Crisis' in Kashmir: Omar

    Satish Dua, the commander of Srinagar-based 15 (Chinar) corps, and other senior Army officers to review the situation and then drove to CM Mehbooba Mufti's official residence to offer "all possible assistance" by the Army to the state government towards restoring peace and tranquility in the Valley at the earliest.

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  • Watch the Stranger Things cast... 11:00AM

    Watch the Stranger Things cast... 11:00AM

    And if you're still jonesing for even more Stranger Things content after finishing Episode 8, take a cue from Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin) and Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas) and sing along, somehow, to the show's instantly iconic theme music. "We're leaving a few threads to revisit". The show's creators have not yet revealed whether they are now writing the storyline for the second season, but have teased fans it would be a darker follow-up to the first season.

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  • USA Takes Home First Gold Medal

    USA Takes Home First Gold Medal

    She is now a rising sophomore at West Virginia University , where she is majoring in Engineering. She's just getting warmed up. Still to come: the men's 4x100-meter freestyle relay, featuring the most decorated athlete in Olympic history.

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  • Sushma worried about Mumbai techie arrested in Peshawar jail

    Sushma worried about Mumbai techie arrested in Peshawar jail

    India on Sunday expressed concern over the repeated attacks by inmates on an Indian engineer imprisoned in Pakistan jail and sought consular access to him. "Through our High Commission in Islamabad, the government has raised the matter of Ansari's well-being and his early release". He said Ansari was kept in the death cell after he fought with another inmate, wherein both were injured and both patched up later.

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  • Watch Economic Plan Talk By Republican Nominee

    There was not enough polling in the short window between the end of the Republican convention and the beginning of the Democratic gathering for a Poll of Polls analysis to be conducted, but both live-interviewer telephone polls conducted in that time found Trump ahead by a small margin heading in to the Democratic convention .

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  • Encuentran muertos a cinco miembros de una familia en EUA

    Encuentran muertos a cinco miembros de una familia en EUA

    Aparentemente se trata de un homicidio-suicidio, según una nota encontrada en el mismo lugar, según dijeron las autoridades policiacas del estado. Los fallecidos han sido identificados con los nombres de: Mark Short, de 40 años de edad; Megan Short, de 33 años y sus hijos Lianna, de ocho años, Marcos Jr., de cinco y Willow de dos años de edad.

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  • Poor field nixes Hall of Fame game

    Players were asked to leave the field, where pellets were piled in a mound at midfield and paint had a mess of the turf at Tom Benson Stadium in Canton, Ohio. The field was used for a Tim McGraw concert on Friday and for the Hall of Fame induction ceremonies on Saturday night. That transition alone should have heightened the NFL's sensitivities in the days leading up to Sunday night's game.

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  • Bangladesh kicks out North Korean diplomat over smuggled goods

    Bangladesh kicks out North Korean diplomat over smuggled goods

    Bangladesh has ordered a North Korean diplomat to leave the country after he was caught smuggling in goods worth almost half a million United States dollars. Customs officials seized the smuggled goods valued at 35 million taka ($447,000 or 342,633.76 pounds), Moinul Islam Khan, head of intelligence at Bangladesh customs, told Reuters.

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  • Oscar Pistorius treated in Hospital for 'minor wrist injuries'

    City Press reported that two warders with knowledge of the hospital section said blades had been found in Pistorius' cell during a search on Saturday afternoon. "As a policy. we can not further discuss a particular offender's personal public". The 29-year-old was initially given a five-year term for manslaughter, but was found guilty of murder on appeal last December.

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  • Obama attacks Trump's temperament, saying he is 'woefully unprepared'

    Obama attacks Trump's temperament, saying he is 'woefully unprepared'

    Mr Trump then sparked outrage by implying Mr Khan's wife, Ghazala, did not speak while standing alongside her husband because she was forbidden to as a Muslim woman. "I can not emphasize enough how deeply I disagree with Mr. Trump's statement". Marco Rubio said he could not imagine rescinding his endorsement of the Republican presidential nominee.

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  • Javier Duarte denuncia a Miguel Ángel Yunes en la SEIDO

    Javier Duarte denuncia a Miguel Ángel Yunes en la SEIDO

    Añadió que además presentará la denuncia ante la Procuraduría General de Justicia (PGJ) capitalina, ya que el actual gobernador electo también fue director general del Instituto de Seguridad y Servicios Sociales de los Trabajadores del Estado (ISSTE).

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  • Surrogates Say Trump's on Message After Chaotic Week

    Trump is trying to boost his campaign after a week of missteps that saw his poll numbers drop and the 68-year-old Clinton, a former senator and first lady, seize the momentum. Kaine noted that Trump spent much of the past week addressing criticism from the family of a fallen soldier, Capt. Humayun Khan, and explaining whether he would back Ryan's reelection campaign.

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  • Delta resumes limited departures after nationwide shutdown

    However, that might not be the case. The company said an IT team is working to fix a networking issue, impacting business and all websites . Eastern started the cascading meltdown. Even with that, it was not immediately clear when flights might begin departing again for Delta. "Hopefully it won't be much longer", the airline said on Twitter.

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  • Rebels who broke siege of Aleppo come under air-attack

    The battle for Aleppo, Syria's largest city and former commercial heart, is pivotal for the Syrian civil war. Russian state news agency Sputnik reported on strikes "by what appear to be incendiary bombs" in Idlib, "in a bid to root out al-Nusra rebels and recapture the balance in the fight to stabilize Syria".

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  • Otra mujer se hinca ante Osorio Chong

    Otra mujer se hinca ante Osorio Chong

    Este momento fue muy similar al que vivió Osorio Chong, el pasado 26 de julio en Pachuca, Hidalgo, donde María Guadalupe Vargas Baños se hincó ante él y llorando le rogó ayuda para encontrar a su hija, quien había sido secuestrada. La mujer rompió los protocolos de seguridad del evento en el que el funcionario suscribía un convenio de colaboración para promover políticas de población intercultural en la ciudad de Tepic.

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  • Royal Palace among places Pokemon shouldn't Go in Thailand

    Royal Palace among places Pokemon shouldn't Go in Thailand

    Furthermore, Voters of the Thailand nation are being asked either to accept or decline the military's current law while the military has halted open discussion first of the election. Regulators have called major telecoms operators to a meeting to discuss controls on use of the gaming app Pokemon Go, including setting play zones, to keep players out of trouble and protect the rights of non-players.

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  • Clinton supera a Trump por 8 puntos en nueva encuesta

    El carácter imprevisible y las formas de Trump, cuya última polémica fue confrontar a los padres de un soldado estadounidense musulmán muerto en Irak por haberle criticado en la Convención Demócrata , le podrían hasta privar de uno de los colectivos que más le apreciaba: los veteranos y las familias de militares.

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  • Philippines President Steps Up Name-And-Shame Campaign Against Drugs

    Rodrigo Duterte revoked the gun licenses of anyone on the list and advised them to turn themselves in by Monday for an investigation to clear their names. "I join the United Nations secretary general in condemning the apparent endorsement of extrajudicial killing, which is illegal and a breach of fundamental rights and freedoms", Fedotov added.

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  • Man still missing in NH after jumping into water to save dog

    Man still missing in NH after jumping into water to save dog

    Sunday of a missing boater in New Hampton. One of the animals jumped into the river and efforts to retrieve the animal while remaining in the boat failed, officials said. Fish and Game officials said the man, 54, followed the dog into the river and did not resurface. The man jumped into the water and had the dog with him when he started to struggle.

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  • Former Reagan political director says he'll vote for Clinton

    Gingrich said Trump could offset tax losses by overturning Obama administration regulations and from expanded energy exploration revenues. Trump, as he does, began experimenting with his attacks on Twitter , posting increasingly unhinged-sounding suggestions about Clinton's mental fitness.

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  • Ever 'Pizza ATM' in US university campus

    Ever 'Pizza ATM' in US university campus

    The dough is kneaded, flattened into 12-inch round crusts and partially baked. Vegan tomato sauce is made in-house, and all the toppings are prepped in the dining hall too. The cost of each pizza is around Dollars 10, with the ATM accepting credit and debit cards, as well as a student card, " Tech Times " reported. God bless you, pizza ATM.

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  • Trumps Vows to Make Gulf States Pay for Safe Zones in Syria

    Trump told supporters in Ashburn, Virginia Tuesday that if he is elected president, he would require the Arab Gulf states to finance a safe zone in Syria. Trump cited recent terror attacks in Germany as examples of what would happen in the United States if Syrian refugees were allowed into the country.

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  • Sismo 5,0 Richter se registra en la región de Coquimbo

    Sismo 5,0 Richter se registra en la región de Coquimbo

    Otro sismo, magnitud 3.6, se registró a las 9:31 horas con epicentro a 44 kilómetros al este de la Crucecita, Huatulco. Salamanca y Monte Patria, con III grados de intensidad en la escala internacional de Mercalli, y Combarbalá, Illapel y Canela, con IV grados, fueron las localidades donde se sintió el fenómeno.

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  • 1 dead after train hits vehicle in suburban Chicago

    1 dead after train hits vehicle in suburban Chicago

    Metra said the incident happened about 7:40 a.m. near East Shore Drive, which is near 97th Street and Central Avenue. The Oak Lawn Fire chief says the man in the SUV did have a pulse when he was removed from the vehicle, but died soon after at Christ Medical Center.

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  • Show 'utmost respect' for law of seas: India on SCS row

    Show 'utmost respect' for law of seas: India on SCS row

    Despite China's stance, Kerry said the USA will try to work going forward to settle the issue through a diplomatic process, "whatever available legal institutions there are to support a process". U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (L) gestures toward Philippine Foreign Affairs Secretary Perfecto Yasay during a news conference at the Department of Foreign Affairs in Pasay city Metro Manila , Philippines July 27, 2016.

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  • Morales dice países con FFAA subordinadas a "imperialismo" no tienen dignidad

    En un carro militar descubierto, el Primer Mandatario y Capitán General de las Fuerzas Armadas inició la ceremonia en la que desfilarán más de 5.000 soldados que fueron desplazados a esa ciudad desde varias unidades militares del país. Ese lema vinculado a la revolución cubana, a su líder Fidel Castro y al guerrillero Ernesto "Che" Guevara, fue incorporado en 2010 a solicitud de Morales al "Viva Bolivia hacia el mar" que coreaban tradicionalmente las Fuerzas Armadas bolivianas.

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