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  • Alabama Judicial Court to rule on chief justice's ouster

    Alabama Judicial Court to rule on chief justice's ouster

    Alabama's Court of the Judiciary said it could decide soon whether to remove the state's suspended chief justice from office after hearing Monday from both sides on his misconduct charges. "We are here to talk about Chief Justice Roy Moore and his repeated refusal to follow the rule of law", John Carroll, a former federal magistrate representing the Judicial Inquiry Commission, told the court.

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  • Compara Duarte a Yunes con El Chapo

    Compara Duarte a Yunes con El Chapo

    En la denuncia presentada contra el Gobernador electo Miguel Ángel Yunes Linares , se exhibieron las escrituras de dichas propiedades. "Este señor es un ampón, un delincuente, un gángster que no tiene legitimidad ni calidad moral para señalar a nadie", acusó.

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  • Colombia hace obligatoria la donación de órganos

    Colombia hace obligatoria la donación de órganos

    Así las cosas, todos los colombianos son ahora potenciales donantes de órganos, a menos de que quien no lo desee manifieste en vida que no quiere que los órganos sean donados . "Se presume que se es donante cuando una persona durante su vida se ha abstenido de ejercer el derecho que tiene a oponerse a que de su cuerpo se extraigan órganos, tejidos o componentes anatómicos después de su fallecimiento".

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  • Heavy tropical rains expected this week

    Heavy tropical rains expected this week

    Some models have 5-day rainfall forecasts averaging rainfall of 1 to 3 inches across much of the area, but there has not been a lot of consistency from run to run. "Should such a tropical system form, more communities may be at risk for rain totals exceeding 12 inches and more severe flooding". The cluster of storms in the Gulf of Mexico only has a 30 percent chance of development and will continue to bring in moisture to central Florida.

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  • 'Pokemon Go' player shot to death at San Francisco park

    'Pokemon Go' player shot to death at San Francisco park

    Police say Calvin Riley , 20, was gunned down in Aquatic Park , near Ghirardelli Square on the city's waterfront. "There was nothing said back and forth", family friend John Kirby told KGO-TV . The Aquatic park in Fisherman's Wharf is a popular destination in San Francisco, and the area had around four million visitors in 2014, but no one reported seeing the crime.

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  • Oscar did not try to hurt himself, he just slipped - Carl Pistorius

    Oscar did not try to hurt himself, he just slipped - Carl Pistorius

    Pistorius' brother, Carl, said on Twitter that Oscar slipped in his cell and any reports the Olympian intentionally injured himself are "completely untrue and sensational". Reeva Steenkamp was shot by Pistorius on Valentine's Day, 2013. The Paralympian gold medallist known as the "Blade Runner" for the carbon fibre prosthetics he wore to compete was previously a role model for disabled people worldwide.

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  • 3 people fall from Ferris wheel in Tennessee

    Two of the victims were airlifted to a local trauma center and one went there by ambulance. Police say all three children are alert and awake at the hospital. Family Attractions must call a third-party inspector to the scene within 24 hours and they also must "cease and desist operation of the entire fair", Farrar told 10News.

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  • Deja vu for Americans; 5th in team gymnastics again

    Deja vu for Americans; 5th in team gymnastics again

    Speaking from Rio during the Television Critics Association's summer press tour on Tuesday, veteran broadcaster Bob Costas said, "We would be naive to think that they don't face security problems, that they don't face problems with sanitation, that their government is not in upheaval".

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  • Xbox One S Review

    If you still want a 2TB-sized Xbox One S then your only option is the blood red Gears of War-themed special edition, which will arrive in limited numbers and at the more expensive price of £399 in October. It was published by Microsoft Game Studios in late 2006 as an exclusive title for the Xbox 360. The new model is a little sleeker and sexier. Insider sources hinted that Microsoft is pursuing a partnership with VR headset maker Oculus in order to introduce Oculus Rift support for the ...

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  • Alabama chief justice's ouster over gay marriage weighed

    Alabama chief justice's ouster over gay marriage weighed

    Supreme Court effectively legalized gay marriage nationwide. Moore argues he was only trying to clear up confusion about the probate judges, many of whom are not lawyers, and he has denied ordering them to violate the high court order. Moore was removed from the bench as chief justice in 2003 after refusing a federal court order to remove a 10 Commandments monument from the state judicial building.

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  • Pennsylvania attorney general's trial follows feuds, leaks

    She calls the charges payback for her crusade to root out judges, lawyers and others who traded offensive and pornographic emails on state servers. The trial is expected to last about a week. Jury selection is scheduled to begin on Monday for the criminal trial of Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane. Kane remains on the job even though she lost her law license after her arrest, when an ethics board accused her of "egregious conduct" based on the lengthy indictment.

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  • At least 9 people killed in recent crashes in Wyoming

    At least 9 people killed in recent crashes in Wyoming

    An estimated time of the crash was at 6 a.m. near mile post four on Interstate 90 approximately 19 miles north of Sheridan. Updike was driving a 2009 Dodge SUV and pulling a trailer. No one from the Wyoming Highway Patrol could be reached to talk about the crash Sunday. Bonneville County, Idaho, coroner Rick Taylor says he can't release the name of the second victim because they were a minor.

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  • Trump to propose deduction on childcare spending

    In the state-by-state discussion so far this general election season, most of the talk has been about the states Donald Trump could win-Pennsylvania, maybe, with at least a 50/50 shot at OH and Florida. If Trump continues to receive backlash for his words and actions, Clinton's dramatic lead will follow her all the way to November. Almost half of voters admit they are less enthusiastic than usual about this election compared to past presidential races.

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  • Congressional delegation raps Trump for affront to Khans

    While Hanna said he disagrees on many issues with Clinton, "she stands and has stood for causes bigger than herself for a lifetime". Khan's parents were featured at the Democratic National Convention , and Trump later criticized his mother for remaining silent as her husband spoke.

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  • Armed men kill 13 in market in India's northeast Assam state

    Fourteen civilians have been killed after terrorists opened fire at a weekly market at Balajan Tinali in the heart of ASSAM's Kokrajhar . Sonowal asked the civil and police administration to be on high alert and increase security to thwart anti-national forces from carrying out similar attacks.

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  • Trump targets taxes, regulations in economic speech in Detroit

    Clinton's lead over Trump is consistent with many polls that came out following the conventions and a tough week for the Republican candidate. The two major-party presidential candidates are advertising duelling economic speeches this week - both set to be delivered from Detroit - creating the prospect that policy differences will be aired alongside questions about the other's temperament and mental health.

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  • Venezuela: Guardia Bolivaria nuevamente impide a manifestantes llegar al ente electoral

    El referendo deberá ser convocado dentro de los 90 días siguientes a la verificación de las firmas de 20 por ciento del padrón electoral presentadas ante el CNE. "Esperamos que el lunes dé respuestas, si no las da será responsable de lo que pase en este país". Desde allí envió una advertencia a la Junta Directiva del ente comicial: "el pueblo no quiere violencia pero la paciencia del venezolano se está agotando".

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  • Kansas City Royals at Tampa Bay Rays game preview

    The Rays had taken a 2-1 lead in the fifth off Royals starter Yordano Ventura, but Kansas City rallied to win back-to-back games for the first time since June 30.Reliever Chris Young (3-8) followed Ventura and pitched 1 1/3 scoreless innings for the win.

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  • Donald Trump seeks a campaign reset with Detroit economic speech

    Last September, Trump introduced a plan that would cut taxes for every American and reduce corporate business taxes - even though experts anxious it would add trillions to the U.S.'s deficit. "Indeed, we are convinced that he would be a unsafe president and would put at risk our country's national security and well-being". Donald Trump has cast himself as the establishment's worst nightmare, but his new economic plan borrows heavily from the traditional Republican playbook in seeking to ...

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  • South Africa's ruling ANC faces biggest election losses in post-apartheid era

    Municipal elections are not usually much of a show in South Africa, but the dramatic shift in support from the ANC to the Democratic Alliance could serve as a sign that change may come at the parliamentary and presidential levels, too. Zuma rattled investors in December by changing finance ministers twice in a week, sending the rand plummeting. "It is going to be hard for the ANC to regain ground in the councils we have lost".

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  • Sasha Obama takes up job at seafood joint

    Sasha Obama takes up job at seafood joint

    In fact, they have been brought up in such a way that they remain grounded and lead normal lives just like any other American. Sasha Obama, the younger daughter of the President of the United States (US) Barack Obama, was recently spotted working a summer job at a seafood restaurant in MA.

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  • Amparo contra bursatilización aún no se deshecha: PAN

    Según se dio a conocer, se le negó a la parte quejosa, en este caso DILE, la suspensión definitiva de los actos reclamados a las autoridades responsables, es decir Congreso del Estado. El acto reclamado era la aprobación por parte del Poder Legislativo del Decreto 1418/2016 XVII P.E en el que se le permitía al Estado la monetización de hasta 6 mil millones de pesos de remanentes carreteros.

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  • Local Delta flights scheduled to depart, but many still delayed

    He said no other customers lost power. Bradbury said passengers booked on Delta flights later in the day should continue to check the airline's website for their flight status. Last month, Southwest Airlines canceled more than 2,000 flights over four days after an outage that it blamed on a faulty network router. The glitch follows several high-profile computer problems faced by United States airlines in the past year.

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  • Indian PM Narendra Modi criticises attacks on Dalits

    Yesterday, he made a more melodramatic statement, when he spoke out against anti-Dalit violence in the name of cow protection. In any case, Modi's steely message should help to rein-in the overzealous self-styled cow protectors who have been running amok not just in Gujarat, but across the country.

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