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  • Rocker Dee Snider's granddaughter born on California freeway

    Rocker Dee Snider's granddaughter born on California freeway

    Jesse Snider, a singer and songwriter in his own right, said the couple was headed to UCLA along the 405 Freeway from their Valley Glen home when baby Parker came about halfway through the journey. If you would like to discuss another topic, look for a relevant article. Be Civil - It's OK to have a difference in opinion but there's no need to be a jerk.

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  • Ichiro Suzuki donates 3000-hit souvenirs to Hall of Fame

    Suzuki was happy to share the moment with everyone. Suzuki reached third base standing up and was hugged by third base coachLorenzo Bundy before his teammates came out of the dugout to greet him. It's insane to be a part of". Three-thousand hits later, he's a memorabilia-making machine. The game had added meaning because the win gave the Nationals the season series, 4-3.

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  • Clinton enjoys 10 point lead on Trump in latest combined polling

    Now the Democratic presidential nominee, Clinton has vowed to stand up to Putin if elected, drawing on her four years of ups and downs as the public face of President Barack Obama's first-term "reset" with Russian Federation. Exit polling during the primaries illuminated certain realities about Trump supporters: They are predominantly white and predominantly male. Republican Donald Trump's top aides and supporters on Sunday downplayed a chaotic week in which the NY businessman was ...

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  • Dutch cyclist remains in hospital after horrific crash

    Van Vleuten was taken from the course in an ambulance and there were unconfirmed reports from the Dutch chef de mission, Maurits Hendriks, saying she was conscious. "It was a horrendous crash", said Johansson, who added a second silver to the one she won in Beijing in 2008. "We knew this was way past this being a technical, this was unsafe".

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  • Beijing slams United States, allies for 'fanning flames' of regional tension

    This month, an worldwide tribunal in the Hague deemed the bulk of China's territorial claims in the South China Sea to have no legal basis under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea. At the same time, however, Yasay said the Philippines "had never urged or asked the global community, particularly ASEAN, to support us in the merits of our case".

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  • De Vido llegó a Comodoro Py para declarar

    La ronda de indagatorias comenzó el 4 de julio con la declaración del ex subsecretario de Obras Públicas Abel Fatala incluye también a los hermanos Sergio y Pablo Schoklender , al ex ministro de Trabajo y actual legislador porteño Carlos Tomada y a los ex gobernadores Jorge Milton Capitanich (Chaco), Gerardo Zamora (Santiago del Estero), a los actuales mandatarios Miguel Lifschitz (Santa Fe) y Maurice Closs (Misiones) y al ex intendente de Almirante Brown Darío Giustozzi.

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  • Basketball - Spain feels pain as US juggernaut rolls on

    Spain as a history of making it tough on the U.S. - at least tougher than most teams. Taurasi swished her early 3-pointers as the United States raced to a 27-5 lead. You'd expect there to be a struggle to share the ball as 12 superstars join forces, but there's been no such issue for the Americans. On 87 made field goals, the Americans have 59 assists.

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  • Refugee team receives warm welcome at Olympics opening

    Refugee team receives warm welcome at Olympics opening

    On Saturday, barring anything unusual, Solo will appear in her 200th game for the USA women's national team in a group stage match against France at the Rio Olympics. Brazils interim President Michel Temer declared the opening of the games. Then a voice asks if "there is a way out" of the trouble, and then a colorful display explodes and melds together as a Brazilian actress declares, "Here's to diversity!" "You have transformed the wonderful city of Rio de Janeiro into a modern metropolis ...

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  • France bar fire leaves 13 dead, 6 injured

    The paper said the ceiling, which was covered in sound-insulating material, quickly ignited when candles were lit. Several other people were also injured in the blaze, which was believed to have been caused by an accident, the Paris-Normandie newspaper said.

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  • Clinton, Trump have a lot to prove to voters

    He's saying to them: I know you're already conflicted about Trump, so it's OK to vote for Clinton and still consider yourself a Republican in good standing. Clinton's and Trump's convention speeches highlighted their strengths, but also their weaknesses, and left each with much to prove. Of those surveyed, 28 percent of Republicans said Trump's comments made it more likely they would support him in November, while 14 percent said they are less likely to.

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  • Donald Trump campaigning in Michigan on Monday

    A poll for ABC News shows Clinton is eight points ahead of Trump, 50 per cent to 42 per cent among registered voters. One at a time , women seated throughout the audience stood up and yelled "Mr. In a new proposal, Trump called for allowing parents to fully deduct the average cost of childcare from their taxable income. The aide said the campaign would have a more detailed childcare plan in the future.

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  • Obama denies Iran payment was ransom

    After spending two days claiming that he saw a "top secret" video showing the US giving $400 million in cash to Iranians, in a rare admission Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump reversed course Friday and said he never saw such a video.

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  • Officials investigate Zika case in Palm Beach County

    Officials investigate Zika case in Palm Beach County

    Scott is scheduled to hold a roundtable discussion about the Zika virus at 3:30 p.m. today at the St. Johns County Health Department in St. Augustine. Karen Smith in the CDPH press release. There is no vaccine or medicine for Zika . Pregnant women who live in or frequently travel to this area should be tested in the first and second trimester of pregnancy.

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  • Erdogan wants army under his control

    Erdogan wants army under his control

    Turkey continues to demand the US extradite Fethullah Gülen, a cleric living in exile in Pennsylvania whom it accuses of being behind the coup attempt July 15 that left at least 290 people dead. Erdogan has blamed Gulen for the failed coup that killed nearly 250 people, which the USA -based cleric has denied. The United States was one of the earliest countries to condemn the failed coup, he added.

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  • Delta flights finally depart RIC after network outage

    Flights awaiting departure are now delayed. Delta said it operated just 800 of its almost 6,000 scheduled flights. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig). Delta passengers wait in line at a ticket counter at Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, N.J., Monday, Aug.

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  • Oscar Pistorius treated for injuries at hospital, say prison officials

    Security guards at Pretonria's Kalafong Hospital said Pistorius was admitted to the hospital about 12:30 a.m. Saturday. The Department also said that Pistorius himself denied speculation of a suicide attempt. Pistorius shot Steenkamp dead on Valentine's Day 2013, claiming he mistook her for an intruder. Pistorius has been in and out of jail since 2014, when he was convicted of culpable homicide in the February 2013 death of Reeva Steenkamp.

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  • Quebec zoo employee in stable condition after being attacked by lion

    Quebec zoo employee in stable condition after being attacked by lion

    The zoo has not identified which lion attacked her. The zoo was not yet open to the public at that time. Paul Gosselin told a news conference the lion was alone with the woman this morning when the attack occurred. He said there is no danger posed to employees or zoo visitors. The unidentified woman has worked at the zoo since 2011. The director general added that the zoo plans to contact the U.S.

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  • Rio 2016: Teenager Yusra Mardini first to represent refugee team

    Yusra Mardini , who is taking part in the Games as part of the 10-strong Refugee Olympic Team , clocked a time of 1:9.21, but it was not enough to see her through to the semi-finals. Each refugee athlete is being hosted by a national Olympic committee. And her Olympic schedule isn't over; Mardini is entered in the 100m freestyle, where the preliminary heats begin on Wednesday.

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  • Dan Goodfellow News, Pictures, and Videos

    Dan Goodfellow News, Pictures, and Videos

    Aisen Chen and Yue Lin claimed China's fourth consecutive Olympic gold medal in the event, while David Boudia and Steele Johnson secured the silver medal for USA. And he was even keen for some British weather in Rio. The final for the men's synchronized 10-meter platform diving competition will begin at 3 p.m Eastern on August 8, and the final round of the men's 10-meter platform will begin at 3 p.m.

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  • Syrian rebel alliance launches attack to retake all of Aleppo

    Syrian rebel alliance launches attack to retake all of Aleppo

    Photos posted by rebels showed an opposition aid convoy that they said carried food and medical into rebel-held section of the city, the first since the government began its siege. "Hundreds of fighters, specifically from the Fateh al-Sham Front (formerly Al-Qaeda's Syrian branch), and others arrived in Aleppo city from other parts of the province and Idlib province", said Abdel Rahman.

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  • Deben Republicanos retirar apoyo a Trump: Obama lanza reto

    Durante una rueda de prensa conjunta con el primer ministro de Singapur, Lee Hsien Loong, desde la Casa Blanca, Barack Obama dijo que pudo tener sus desacuerdos en su día con anteriores candidatos republicanos a la Casa Blanca como Mitt Romney o John McCain, pero en ningún momento pensó que ellos no estuvieran capacitados para ejercer la Presidencia.

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  • United Nations hears details of suffering in Syrian city of Aleppo

    United Nations hears details of suffering in Syrian city of Aleppo

    The forces who broke through the siege were led by the Army of Conquest which is composed of a dozen different rebel groups spearheaded by a recently rebranded al-Nusra Front, who just this week disavowed their status as an affiliate to al-Qaeda for PR purposes in hopes of garnering more support from Washington against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, and the violent Islamist group Ahrar al-Sham which has engaged in indiscriminate attacks against civilian populations.

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  • Japan's Emperor Akihito Hints At Abdication

    In his 10-minute statement, Akihito said, "When the emperor has ill health and his condition becomes serious, I am concerned that, as we have seen in the past, society comes to a standstill". Referring to demise of an emperor, he said, "The practice in the Imperial Family has been that the death of the Emperor called for events of heavy mourning, continuing every day for two months, followed by funeral events which continue for one year".

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  • Louisiana Sheriffs Raid Suspected Blogger's Home, Blogger Had Criticized Police And Politicians

    Louisiana Sheriffs Raid Suspected Blogger's Home, Blogger Had Criticized Police And Politicians

    The sheriff's office was represented at the hearing by the Attorney General's office because Terrebonne Parish District Attorney Joseph Waitz Jr. was also mentioned in the blog. According to the search warrant obtained by FOX 8, deputies were looking for computers, phones or any other electronic devices that may be used to post information to the internet at Anderson's home as part of a defamation investigation.

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  • 'Transformers: The Last Knight' Takes Aim at Crosshairs With New Image

    'Transformers: The Last Knight' Takes Aim at Crosshairs With New Image

    Shout Factory has released a trailer for The Transformers: The Movie 30th Anniversary Blu-ray release. The other new character shared was Sqweeks , whose design indicates his alternate mode is some form of a beat up blue moped. Are you ready for the fifth installment of Transformers , Transformers: The Last Knight? Michael Bay is directing the film, which stars Mark Wahlberg as Cade Yeager, Tyrese Gibson as Sergeant Robert Epps , Isabela Moner as the movie's female lead and Anthony ...

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  • Emirates Airline crash landing

    Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum told a news conference that 14 people were taken to hospital as a result of the landing. Huge columns of black smoke billowed from the aircraft, which sat on its belly on the runway. "A blast occurred, and the plane caught fire", another passenger said. Further, it said both the captain and the first officer had "over seven thousand hours of flying experience each".

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  • Snoop Dogg's son leaves UCLA football again

    Sports star Broadus is considered one of the top high school wide receivers in the USA, and in February, 2015, he revealed he had chosen to stay in his native Los Angeles and accept an offer to play football for the UCLA Bruins. He transferred to the Nevada program from southern California, as his high school career was profiled in an ESPN mini-documentary. Broadus was not expected to be a significant contributor.

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