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  • Water Park Issues Statement Following Death of Child

    The two other riders, who weren't identified but who were described as not being related to the Schwabs, were treated for minor facial injuries, police said. State Sen. Pat Pettey of Kansas City said the park provided a buffet lunch of hamburgers and hot dogs and thanked elected officials for their service to the state and their communities.

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  • ONGC over-reported crude oil production by 12%: CAG

    ONGC over-reported crude oil production by 12%: CAG

    The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India has slammed the "over-reporting and incorrect reporting" of crude oil production by the ONGC, and recommended that the company should not include items like condensate, basic sediment and water as crude oil production.

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  • PA woman had planned to leave husband on day family found dead

    How was I supposed to handle this without doctors and nurses by my side? Baby Willow had just undergone her heart transplant and was a patient on the same floor where Keeton's son Weston, 7, had stayed before and after a heart and double-lung transplant (Weston died four months after surgery).

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  • Comaneci laments Romania's Rio no-show — Gymnastics

    Comaneci laments Romania's Rio no-show — Gymnastics

    The same is true for most people when it comes to a sport I have dedicated most of my life to - gymnastics. Ponor, 28, is the only member of the team to have qualified for this year's Olympics. "London 2012 gave sport a fantastic opportunity to create a lasting impression on the country". Douglas made this team largely because of her ability to contribute on bars.

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  • Japan's emperor hints at abdication, citing deteriorating health

    Japan's emperor hints at abdication, citing deteriorating health

    A screen displays Japanese Emperor Akihito delivering a speech in Tokyo , Monday, Aug. 8, 2016. He made the first one after a massive quake, deadly tsunami and nuclear disaster hit north-east Japan in March 2011. Attention will now shift to Parliament, which can change the law. In a swift response to the emperor's statement, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said his government will take the remarks "seriously", without making any specific commitment.

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  • Najeeb Jung to scrutinize all decisions take by Kejriwal govt?

    Najeeb Jung to scrutinize all decisions take by Kejriwal govt?

    After Delhi government told the Supreme Court that it will challenge within a week the High Court order that Delhi continues to remain a UT under the Constitution with the Lieutenant Governor (LG) as its administrative head, the Ministry of Home Affairs filed the caveat saying that the apex court should also listen to its stand on the issue.

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  • Shami Chakrabarti should be an MP, not a peer - Keith Vaz

    Shami Chakrabarti should be an MP, not a peer - Keith Vaz

    Submitted in June and heavily criticized by the Board of Deputies of British Jews, the report concluded that Labour was not overrun by anti-Semitism or other forms of racism, but did acknowledge an "occasionally toxic atmosphere". Miss Chakrabarti, who stood down as director of the human rights pressure group Liberty in January, said last night: 'I am honoured to accept Jeremy Corbyn's challenge and opportunity to help hold the Government to account'.

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  • Ichiro triples for 3000th hit

    On Sunday afternoon Miami Marlins outfielder, Ichiro, made history becoming the 30 player in major league baseball history to reach 3,000 hits. But Ichiro got there despite coming to the U.S.at 27 years old - by which time most players are past their peak.

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  • Statement from FEI President on Russian National Paralympic Committee decision by IPC

    Statement from FEI President on Russian National Paralympic Committee decision by IPC

    The Paralympic Games start September 7 in Rio. "ITTF supports fighting against doping at all stages of the process", its press service said on Monday. President of the Russian Paralympic Committee, Vladimir Lukin , also expressed that he sees the IPC decision as politically motivated. "We are deeply concerned by the IPC's decision", said ANOC President Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah.

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  • Herft acted to tackle child abuse

    Herft acted to tackle child abuse

    Mr Allen: "I don't think so except that there may have been in the brown envelopes those issues, but I don't remember". The note said the only matter Bishop Herft ever reported to police was the "matter of Peter Mitchell defrauding the diocese" - a reference to the former church registrar stealing nearly $200,000 over nine years and being jailed in 2002.

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  • Assad takes his revenge after rebels break siege

    Assad takes his revenge after rebels break siege

    The push comes after the rebels broke a three-week government siege of Aleppo . "The turning point was the fall of the artillery school", said Islam Alloush, spokesman for the Jaysh al-Islam rebel group and a former Syrian army officer, who said artillery was always viewed as "god of war" in the military.

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  • Organized protests disrupt Trump speech

    As he called for urgent change away from Democratic policies, he envisioned a nation refocused on manufacturing at home and wary of trade deals overseas - a country bearing little resemblance to the globally focused economy of recent years.

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  • Donald Trump tries to make amends in GOP after gaffe-filled week

    Trump's endorsement came as one of several steps to get his campaign back on track after days of controversy and falling poll numbers that have given Democrat Hillary Clinton the advantage in the race to the 8 November election. Earlier this week the Trump campaign announced a more than $80 million fundraising haul last month but sources say that after Trump's week of missteps, fundraising has stalled.

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  • Satanist group wants to start after-school club at Tucson elementary school

    Satanist group wants to start after-school club at Tucson elementary school

    The Good News Club, sponsored by the Child Evangelism Fellowship, became popular after a 2001 Supreme Court decision that religious groups have equal access to school facilities. The Satanic Temple intends to offer "After School Satan" clubs at schools nationwide and specifically names a Cobb County elementary school on its list of places where it's hoping to begin operations .

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  • Bethesda Is Interested In Developing for The Nintendo NX

    Bethesda Is Interested In Developing for The Nintendo NX

    As of right now, Nintendo appears to be openly courting support for what it claims will be a revolutionary new system. Vice president of Bethesda Softworks, Pete Hines , recently spoke out in an interview with finder .com.au about collaborating with Nintendo.

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  • Second Poll Shows Hillary Clinton Beating Donald Trump in Deep Red Georgia

    Second Poll Shows Hillary Clinton Beating Donald Trump in Deep Red Georgia

    Meanwhile, 61 percent said Clinton is "temperamentally suited for the Oval Office". It was hard to hear the women, but the group says they were yelling at Trump about jobs and his comments on women. Clinton did not directly address his remarks at the brewery. "Detroit is a living, breathing example of my opponent's failed economic policies", said Trump, arguing bad worldwide trade deals like NAFTA have resulted in record unemployment for the city and made a "total disaster" of the entire ...

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  • Polk County sheriff's deputy shot in Fosston in NW Minnesota

    Polk County sheriff's deputy shot in Fosston in NW Minnesota

    He was treated and released from a hospital. The suspect is in custody and his name has not yet been released. Scanner traffic said the deputy may have been in a helicopter at the time of the shooting. Apart from a speeding ticket, Clausen appears to have no criminal history in Minnesota. Authorities say they were investigating possible drug activity in the area.

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  • CBC'S Coverage of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games for Day 3 (Monday)

    Fellow gold medal victor Michael Phelps advanced to this evening's 200-meter butterfly semifinals tonight by finishing fifth in the preliminary heats with a time of 1 minute, 55.73 seconds. It was 2012 all over again for the Americans on Monday in the Rio Games. Team USA's score of 185.238 was almost 10 points ahead of second place China.

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  • Southwest workers picket at Sky Harbor

    Southwest workers picket at Sky Harbor

    Workers say some employees have not received raises since 2012. The protest in Phoenix and nine other major Southwest hubs - the first organized by flight attendants since 2003 - was planned before the computer outage but underscores how Southwest's systems are maxed out and not getting the attention they deserve, union representatives say.

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  • Trump's speech in Detroit disrupted by more than a dozen protestors

    Clinton did not directly address his remarks at the brewery. This would've meant that tens of millions of households would be exempt from paying income tax. "Ours is the campaign of the future". "That's money taken straight out of cities like Detroit ". Recently, in an interview with Fox Business Network, Trump said that he wanted to spend twice as much as Clinton on infrastructure spending.

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  • Kerry, Lavrov meet for Syria talks

    Carter said the discussions being led by Secretary of State John Kerry seek to determine whether Russian Federation shares USA goals in Syria, including a political transition away from Assad and the defeat of the Islamic State. " We're not entering into a transaction that is founded on trust , " Dunford insisted, adding that there would be processes in place to limit information sharing to situations based on "mutual interest", and wouldn't give the Russians a clear view of everything the ...

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  • Boy killed on world's tallest water slide

    The campaign set up for the family of state Rep. Scott Schwab of Olathe had raised more than $20,000 by late Monday afternoon. USA Today reports that the slide , in which riders go down a 169-foot drop at 65 miles per hour, and the water park are closed and under investigation.

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  • England frustrated by Pakistan duo Aslam and Azhar

    England frustrated by Pakistan duo Aslam and Azhar

    But, on 36, Sohail drove a flighted delivery from Moeen Ali straight back at the bowler, who safely clung on to a catch that sparked wild celebrations among Alastair Cook's side. A second wicket in successive overs for Woakes, Sarfraz Ahmed edging to second slip also for a duck, was swiftly followed by a second for Finn. Pakistan's chase started poorly when Mohammad Hafeez (two) fell cheaply for the second time in the match before Aslam and Azhar Ali, who made 139 in the first innings, ...

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  • Trump to propose deduction on childcare spending: aide

    So, he said, it makes more sense for the candidates to focus on winning over voters who remain undecided."Those who are voting out of dislike (for the other side) are already home at this point", he said. A new ABC-Washington Post poll puts Clinton 8 points ahead of Trump, but the two are about even on who voters trust to deal with the economy. In GOP circles in central NY, the move continues to roil Republican party members.

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  • Waterloo and city line closure coupled with Southern Rail strikes

    Southern's owners Govia Thameslink Railway said it had offered new assurances on jobs to the union, although it is pressing ahead with plans to change the role of conductors later this month. The RMT said the safety of the travelling public on "dangerously overcrowded trains and platforms" was "the fundamental issue at the heart of this dispute".

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  • Revamping econ plan, Trump vows tax cuts to 'jumpstart' US

    Revamping econ plan, Trump vows tax cuts to 'jumpstart' US

    Trump proposes to tax them as ordinary income. Unfortunately, Trump's plan is short on details, and it's impossible to gauge how your tax burden will be affected. That would be a major drop from the current 35 percent corporate tax rate, though many companies pay much less because of various deductions. And he's calling for a temporary moratorium on federal regulations.

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  • Fairfax, Va. mayor arrested after allegedly offering meth for sex

    Fairfax, Va. mayor arrested after allegedly offering meth for sex

    Fairfax City's mayor appears cooked after a police investigation through a gay dating site exposed the public official's felony-level meth distribution ring. He was delivered to the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center and was later released on his own recognizance, police spokeswoman Meg Hawkins said .

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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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