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  • Jury selection underway for top prosecutor trial

    Jury selection underway for top prosecutor trial

    Defense lawyers, Kane and prosecution team spent Monday afternoon meeting behind closed doors with individual jurors to ask them more specific questions about their previous responses. 10, 2015, at the Montgomery County courthouse in Norristown, Pa. Kane, the first woman and first Democrat elected to the post, is charged with leaking secret grand jury information to a Philadelphia reporter to embarrass enemies and then lying about it under oath.

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  • Horton-Sun tensions flare over 'drug cheat' remarks

    Swimmer Mack Horton said Australia's first gold medal at the Rio Olympics was yet to sink in after his surprise victory in the men's 400m freestyle final here on Saturday. Hoang said: "The Brazilian shooter is very fast and strong, but I think only "try, try, try". On the last shot I didn't think gold or silver. Italy's Gabriele Detti roared home in the final 50 meters to capture bronze in 3:43.49.

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  • Syrian refugee Yusra Mardini hails 'amazing' Olympic experience

    But the victory also marks a sharp contrast from Mardini's life just one year earlier, when the stakes for swimming long distances looked less like gold, silver and bronze and more like life and death. Yusra Mardini along with her sister Sarah and two strong swimmers, jumped into the sea and swam for three hours in open water to stop their boat from being overturned in the water.

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  • Delta Air Lines Resumes Limited Flights, Announces Refunds and Fee Waivers

    At Fort Lauderdale airport, long lines of passengers waited to speak with Delta personnel. A flight tracking site says more than 1,000 other flights were delayed. The Delta flights taking off Monday morning included a 110 seat aircraft and a 50 seat aircraft, accounting for about 160 passengers total. Computer outages have caused major headaches for airlines and travelers before.

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  • Trump Outlines Economic Plans, Blasts

    Trump Outlines Economic Plans, Blasts

    But this speech - in substance much the same as one she gave in Tampa earlier Monday and similar to economic talks she's given since rolling out her plans last fall - appeared to be more about contrasting styles than substance. "For someone who claims to be so successful, he does it by stiffing small businesspeople. And this is one of the big differences between me and the Republican nominee", she said.

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  • Rio, abrirá los primeros Juegos Olímpicos de Sudamérica

    Rio, abrirá los primeros Juegos Olímpicos de Sudamérica

    Los organizadores mudaron entonces el recorrido a calles internas de Copacabana , en busca de evitar eventuales choques entre los manifestantes y la caravana que acompaña la antorcha olímpica. Las fuerzas de seguridad han extremado los controles en los alrededores del acceso al estadio, hasta el punto de que los periodistas acreditados por el Comité Olímpico Internacional ni siquiera pueden acceder a la sala de prensa si no cuentan con la correspondiente invitación para asistir a la ceremonia.

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  • Millions Rally against Attempted Military Coup in Istanbul

    Millions Rally against Attempted Military Coup in Istanbul

    But the pro-Kurdish HDP, the third-largest party in parliament, was not invited due to its alleged links to Kurdish militants, prompting anger on social media from its supporters. "For Erdogan, this meeting with Putin is certainly an opportunity to signal to Turkey's partners in the West that it could have other strategic options", said Sinan Ulgen, a former Turkish diplomat and analyst at the Carnegie Europe think tank.

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  • Jeremy Corbyn says Brexit vote has to be respected

    Jeremy Corbyn says Brexit vote has to be respected

    The party's QC is to appeal this morning's High Court decision that it cannot have a six month freeze date for members voting in the leadership contest, and this could delay the contest between Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith. If they lose that appeal, it's likely that they'll have to allow every new member a vote in the forthcoming election, expanding the overall electorate by about a third.

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  • Is Hillary Clinton a Better Candidate than Vladimir Putin?

    He said that the former USA secretary of state, first lady and NY senator had promoted many issues to which he had been committed, including the expansion of education and women's health care. In an interview for the Washington Post , he said he was "just not quite there yet" when asked if he would endorse House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senator John McCain, who are up for re-election in November.

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  • The Apple Maps fiasco forced Apple to revamp how it creates software

    The Apple Maps fiasco forced Apple to revamp how it creates software

    You might remember some of the horror stories: tourists driving on to airport runways, stranding people in national parks and sending a bunch of skiers to some poor Pennsylvanian woman's house. Apple's software betas were always available to anyone willing to pay $99 a year for an iOS developer account, and the black market for beta access was thriving before the public beta program arrived.

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  • Delta flights canceled in Little Rock after global outage, airport says

    Several flights were canceled Sunday night departing Hawaii for Los Angeles, Salt Lake City and Seattle. A flight tracking site says more than 1,000 other flights were delayed. On Monday in Richmond, Virginia, Delta gate agents were writing out boarding passes by hand. Many passengers, like Bryan Kopsick, 20, from Richmond, were shocked that computer glitches could cause such turmoil.

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  • Serena and Venus Lose for First Time

    Serena and Venus Lose for First Time

    Serena Williams (right) and Venus Williams celebrate after winning a point during their women's first-round doubles tennis match against the Czech Republic team at the Olympic Tennis Centre of the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro Aug.

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  • Reaction to Hall of Fame Game Cancellation

    That's not all. Roughly two-and-a-half hours before the scheduled 8 p.m. start, a Packers employee saw a warning label on what seemed to be paint thinner being used which cautioned the substance may cause "severe burns when exposed to skin", according to the report .

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  • Regular use of social networks hitting performance at school

    Regular use of social networks hitting performance at school

    It concludes that the more frequent the social networking usage, the bigger the difference. The researchers believe that games help students practise skills they learn at school. So the future of education is more online games and Facebook . Repeating an academic year or skipping classes could be as bad or worse for scores than high use of social media.

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  • Iran executed nuclear scientist who may have defected

    Iran executed nuclear scientist who may have defected

    They said Amiri, who ran a radiation-detection program in Iran , traveled to the USA and stayed there for months by choice. He resurfaced in July 2010 in the United States asking to return to Iran . An Iranian nuclear scientist caught up in a real-life U.S. spy mystery who later returned to his homeland and disappeared has reportedly been executed under similarly mysterious circumstances.

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  • Adam Levin's Wife Behati Prinsloo Posts Cute Baby Bump Snap

    Adam Levin's Wife Behati Prinsloo Posts Cute Baby Bump Snap

    Before she got pregnant, Prinsloo opened up to " The Lowdown " about her desire for a litter of kids. Their little genetically blessed princess is on her way! "I'm an only child so I wanted like 10 kids, for sure". Do you love it as much as we do? If you're Prinsloo, you're also born to post glowing pregnancy images of yourself online. Alongside photos of the soon-to-be-mom's pregnant belly, the couple have been posting playful shots - such as a May photo of Levine poking his own belly ...

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  • Donald Trump Trails Hillary Clinton By Double Digits In New National Poll

    Donald Trump Trails Hillary Clinton By Double Digits In New National Poll

    And he is in some trouble. He kept his cool as some 14 protesters jumped to their feet and shouted at intervals as he spoke at the Detroit Economic Club. The Langer survey for ABC News and the Washington Post - gauging a two-way national contest at Clinton 50 percent, Trump 42 - found Clinton has consolidated support among Democrats since her party's convention while about one-fifth of self-identified Republicans still haven't embraced Trump.

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  • Oribe Peralta deja el tri olímpico por fractura en la nariz

    Los aficionados esperan que en Río 2016 el tricolor dirigido por Raúl 'El Potro' Gutiérrez repita la hazaña de hace cuatro años y se suba a lo más alto del podio. México necesita ganar a los asiático para clasificar a cuartos de final y no depender del resultado entre Alemania y Fiji . Después de un breve descanso, la selección utilizó sus redes sociales para compartir un nuevo video donde se podía observar a los elementos realizando diversos ejercicios en el gimnasio con el objetivo ...

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  • MI man pleads not guilty in festival 'candy' drug case

    One or two pieces would be enough to get someone high, but some of the hospitalized patrons were eating whole bags, or about 20 pieces. The paramedics initially believed they were dealing with an opiate overdose, but after a failed initial treatment with Narcan (which counteracts opioids overdoses) and testing the sweets, it was revealed that these had a very high dosage of THC.

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  • La humanidad vivirá

    La humanidad vivirá "a crédito" a partir del lunes

    La ONG junto a WWF , informaron que la humanidad necesita el equivalente de 1.6 planetas por año y es por ello que el sobreconsumo ya es notorio, la penuria de agua, caída de la productividad agrícola, de peces, deforestación y extinción de animales.

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  • Twins 6, Tampa Bay 3 (final)

    Miguel Sano belted two home runs to lift the Minnesota Twins to a 6-3 win Sunday and series victory over the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field. Despite the ball's bounce off the roof, Evan Longoria stayed with it the whole way and made a very hard play look rather easy.

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  • California wildfire near Big Sur coast steered away from homes

    A total of 57 homes have been destroyed and another 2,000 structures are at risk. A bulldozer operator also was killed on the fire lines during a rollover accident. In California's Central Valley, crews got a bit more control over a stubborn wildfire that has destroyed three homes and is threatening another 400 northeast of Fresno.

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  • PERÚ: Brasil: Lo que no mostró la ceremonia inaugural de Río 2016

    Una fantástica combinación de luces y colores marcaron la apertura de los Juegos Olímpicos , que ya anticipó la disputa de varios enfrentamientos en diversas modalidades. Se pudo apreciar en el desfile las delegaciones de todo el mundo con sus abanderados llevando la bandera de su país arepresentar. También hará uno de los relevos de la antorcha con la llama olímpica en su trayecto hacia el pebetero ubicado en el Estadio de Maracaná .

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  • US condemns terror attack on Pakistan hospital

    At least 70 people died in the attack and more than 100 were wounded. The Islamic State group today claimed it was behind a suicide bombing."A martyrdom bomber of the Islamic State detonates his explosive belt on a group of personnel belonging to the Ministry of Justice and the Pakistani Police in the city of Quetta", the IS-linked Amaq news agency said.

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  • UK opposition Labour members win court battle to vote in leadership contest

    Britain's crisis-hit main opposition Labour Party vowed to appeal against a High Court decision on Monday that would allow 125,000 newly-signed up members to vote in its leadership contest. Bookies slashed odds on Mr Corbyn winning from 1/10 to 1/16 after the ruling. Labour must "abide by" the decision of voters who opted to leave the European Union in the recent referendum, Jeremy Corbyn has said.

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