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  • Florida Investigating Four Infections of Zika from Local Mosquitoes

    If the infections are caused by mosquitoes, it will be the first documented case of local transmission of the virus in the United States. The four people seem to have been infected for several weeks, and USA officials say they don't see a reason to advise people to avoid the area, noting that mosquito control measures in the area have been stepped up and there haven't been more cases identified.

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  • Japón en alerta ante posible lanzamiento de misiles norcoreanos

    Japón en alerta ante posible lanzamiento de misiles norcoreanos

    Las constantes pruebas que ha realizado por Pyongyang ha forzado a las autoridades niponas a estar preparados. "Ante la creciente dificultad de detectar con antelación los signos de nuevos lanzamientos", los altos mandos japoneses han tomado esta medida, informaron fuentes gubernamentales a NHK, una cadena informativa.

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  • 10-year-old boy dies on world's tallest water slide

    TheGoFundMe campaign had raised more than $20,000 as of Monday afternoon. The park is now and the ride will be shutdown pending the investigation. Caleb Thomas Schwab died Sunday while riding the 168-foot Verruckt , one of the top attractions at the park.

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  • Agredió a su pareja con un ladrillo y quiso justificarse así

    Agredió a su pareja con un ladrillo y quiso justificarse así

    Comencé a comer y me empecé a atorar jalé un ladrillo y tiré pero no fue mi intención". Producto de la agresión, la víctima terminó con cortes en la frente y pómulo y con el ojo izquierdo hinchado, prácticamente, cerrado. Luego denunció el caso en la comisaría 'Villa Los Reyes', y aunque después quiso retractarse, los agentes actuaron de oficio e intervinieron al agresor.

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  • Obama Commutes Sentences for More Than 200 Federal Inmates

    Obama - a proponent of federal prison reform - has called for the shortening or eliminating of mandatory minimum sentences for nonviolent drug offenders as a way to address the inadequacies of the criminal justice system. All that time studying law in college must really help Obama in circumventing it. John Anthony Mickens, of Louisa, had been sentenced to 211 months' imprisonment for conspiracy to distribute cocaine base and possession of a firearm during and in relation to a drug ...

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  • Trump's major economic speech in Detroit repeatedly interrupted by protesters

    Trump's major economic speech in Detroit repeatedly interrupted by protesters

    As many as two-thirds of Americans liked her at the time . Trump's ratings in general haven't worsened -- they just haven't improved since he claimed the Republican nomination. The person spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss details ahead of the speech's delivery. Specifically, the revised top tax rate of 33 percent addresses a major criticism of his original plan, namely that the elimination of a tax dodge for private equity and hedge fund managers was in fact a ruse that would ...

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  • Trump to outline economic policy as he seeks to regain momentum

    Trump framed his plan as a shot in the arm for American business as he chided Clinton for promoting policies that kept jobs overseas. The Clinton campaign ripped into the proposed Trump plan earlier Monday morning, saying his tax breaks are only for the wealthy and includes no paid family leave or increase in the federal minimum wage .

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  • Clinton maintains 7 point lead over Trump

    But the senator faces a right-wing primary challenge this month when many Trump supporters will turn out. Asserting there is already "widespread voter fraud", Stone said Trump should say that "if there's voter fraud, this election will be illegitimate ...

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  • Trump claims Clinton not fit to be president

    Trump supports a major tax cut for working families and businesses while Clinton's plan for a $1.3 trillion tax hike will "kill jobs". Gingrich replied, "Of course not.No candidate's numbers add up". Kasich, who lost the GOP primary to Trump and shunned the Republican National Convention, tells CNN's " State of the Union " that four years of Hillary Clinton would mean "total gridlock".

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  • Justicia gringa apoya a Chevron en batalla judicial contra Ecuador

    Justicia gringa apoya a Chevron en batalla judicial contra Ecuador

    Una corte de apelaciones de Estados Unidos bloqueó la implementación de un fallo que concedía más de US$8,600 millones en compensaciones a pobladores de Ecuador por un caso de contaminación en contra de la petrolera Chevron . " Chevron está satisfecho que la verdad haya prevalecido sobre el fraude y la corrupción", añadió. Uno de los abogados de los pobladores ecuatorianos , Pablo Fajardo, dijo que la decisión de la Corte de Apelaciones no interfiere en las acciones de cobro de la ...

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  • Three-star DE James Hudson commits to Michigan over Michigan State, others

    Three-star DE James Hudson commits to Michigan over Michigan State, others

    Hudson tweeted his announcement on Monday afternoon. Just last week before his visits, James Hudson was considered a strong MSU lean via the Crystal Ball then he visited MI and was a heavy lean toward the Wolverines. 7 strong-side defensive end. Though rated as a defensive end by Scout.com, it's possible Hudson could play defensive tackle or offensive line in college.

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  • Rod gets $27M, farewell on Friday

    He thanked the Steinbrenner family for the opportunity to stay in baseball. A-Rod's personality, preparation and his willingness to tutor young players have allowed him to withstand two steroid controversies and his scorched-earth campaign during the Biogenesis scandal; he threatened lawsuits against the Yankees , their team physician, Major League Baseball and the players' union.

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  • Leslie Levasseur, 61, missing near Westbourne, Man.

    Leslie Levasseur, 61, missing near Westbourne, Man.

    By the time police arrived at the scene, Levasseur had exited the vehicle, walked into a nearby ditch and disappeared, according to RCMP. Levasseur is 5-foot-10 with a medium build and has silver grey hair that he may be wearing in a ponytail.

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  • Iran Executes Nuclear Scientist

    Mohseni-Ejei, according to The Guardian . It's worth noting that on his return to Iran , Amiri claimed he was a low-ranking researcher in Iran's nuclear program, and had no access to confidential information. He was hanged the same week that Tehran executed a group of militants, a year after Iran agreed to a landmark accord to limit uranium enrichment in exchange for the lifting of economic sanctions.

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  • Train passengers face misery as Southern rail workers hold five-day strike

    Train passengers face misery as Southern rail workers hold five-day strike

    Southern expects to run almost 60% of its normal timetable during the strike period using extra conductors and there will be extra staff at stations to assist passengers. Union bosses apologised today as the longest rail strike in nearly half a century brought chaos to one of the country's busiest commuter networks. But what would train drivers closing the doors mean? .

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  • Adolescente fue formalizado por daños a Iglesia de la Gratitud Nacional

    Adolescente fue formalizado por daños a Iglesia de la Gratitud Nacional

    Formalizado por hurto y con prohibición de asistir a marchas en la Región Metropolitana quedó el menor de 15 años que se convirtió en el octavo detenido por los daños y saqueo a la Iglesia de la Gratitud Nacional. En la ocasión, encapuchados sacaron un Cristo y lo destruyeron en la calle. Dado lo anterior, cada vez que haya marchas, F.A deberá solicitar un certificado de asistencia a clases o presentarse a la 48 Comisaría de Asuntos de la Familia .

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  • Spats over doping dominate Olympic swimming events

    Spats over doping dominate Olympic swimming events

    NBC cameras caught King in the warmup area wagging her finger at the monitor where Efimova was raising her finger in the air in a "No. 1" gesture. Efimova has had a tumultuous career as of late. She will swim next to each other in the 100-meter breaststroke final Monday night . King wasn't alone in her criticism. Efimova refused to speak to reporters after her semifinal swim.

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  • Vic's Picks: NASCAR Sprint Cup at Watkins Glen

    Vic's Picks: NASCAR Sprint Cup at Watkins Glen

    So NASCAR's most popular driver visited Watkins Glen International - marking his fourth Cup race out of the auto - for his first news conference since recusing himself from the No. 11 FedEx Toyota Camry into the race's final corners than Stewart was going into the hairpin at Sonoma. "I don't want to go out and do anything but try to be a great example for your teammates.

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  • Trump Sculpture Set Ablaze in Conservative Stronghold of Staten Island

    Trump Sculpture Set Ablaze in Conservative Stronghold of Staten Island

    In May, homeowner Sam Pirozzolo of Staten Island, New York, had a giant red, white, and blue sculpture made in the shape of the letter T to honor Donald Trump. LoBaido and Pirozzolo plan to erect a new sign at the location that LoBaido says they told Trump about. Pirozzolo sincerely believes that the T burning should be treated as a hate crime, however.

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  • Russian team banned from upcoming Paralympic Games over doping

    The blanket ban on Russia is in sharp contrast to decision by the International Olympic Committee last month to allow individual sports organizations to decide whether Russian athletes could compete in the Olympics. It was a body blow for everyone who is committed to clean, fair and honest competition. The IPC will then appoint a three-person independent panel to hear the appeal.

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  • Bears' Hroniss Grasu Will Miss 2016 Season With Torn ACL

    Bears' Hroniss Grasu Will Miss 2016 Season With Torn ACL

    Grasu was carted off the field and consoled by teammates, including Jay Cutler, before he was taken to the locker room after Saturday's injury. "It's in the same condition that I played on about three or four times since I've played in the National Football League", said Hicks.

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  • Jets activate RB Khiry Robinson (leg) from active/PUP list

    Jets activate RB Khiry Robinson (leg) from active/PUP list

    The Jets welcomed a running back back to practice on Monday while they continued to wait for another one to get past his hamstring injury once and for all. The Angolan-born Bilukidi was a sixth-round draft pick of Oakland out of Georgia State in 2012 and has one career National Football League sack. Todd Bowles was noncommittal as to whether Robinson is expected to sit for the preseason opener against Jacksonville on Thursday night.

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  • Orlando Mayor Proposes Memorial at Site of Nightclub Massacre

    On Wednesday, Dyer visited the makeshift memorial with the prime minister of Luxembourg, Xavier Bettel. Pulse spokeswoman Sara Brady said Poma recently met with city officials to "explore options", but the talks were "very preliminary". Flowers, posters and crosses remain at the site as tributes to the victims. Snce the Orlando shooting two months ago at Pulse nighclub, there have been different proposals about what to do at the site.

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  • London attack kills woman

    Florida State University said Horton was married to psychology professor Richard Wagner , who had been teaching summer classes in London. Police in London have said she was in her 60s. The unnamed woman - an American national - died in the attack while four others including a British man, an American man, an Australian man, an Australian woman and an Israeli woman were injured and needed hospital treatment.

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  • Candidates for Ukip leadership adopt different approaches to Islam

    Candidates for Ukip leadership adopt different approaches to Islam

    She described the veil as "a symbol of aggressive separatism that can only foster extremism" and said it is often "forced on women by men who view them as their property", The Guardian reported . She added: "I really want to build on our manifesto". Ms Duffy argues that her proposals are created to encourage integration. "It's about equality and fairness and working together and there should not be frictions within our community, and we should feel just as comfortable working with Muslims ...

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  • Huge crowds gather for Turkish pro-democracy rally to show 'unity'

    Turkey's President told huge crowds in Istanbul that he's willing to reinstate the death penalty as part of a post-coup realignment of the country's laws. "It is the Turkish parliament that will decide on the death penalty ". Since July 15, Mr. Erdogan has imposed a three-month state of emergency and overseen the detention or arrest of more than 18,000 people accused of taking part in the plot.

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  • Ledecky sets new world record to win 400m freestyle gold

    Ledecky sets new world record to win 400m freestyle gold

    She has the opportunity to become the first swimmer to win gold in three individual races at the same Olympics in over 50 years. But no one thought she would do it this fast. When pressed on criticism from rival swimmers and coaches, she smiled and walked away. But when I saw her take off with 150 meters to go, I knew she was onto something special.

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