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  • Clinton challenges Trump by saying she'll attend all three debates

    Mohseni-Ejei did not provide further details on why Amiri's detention and trial had been conducted in secrecy, though he said that Amiri had been given access to a lawyer during the proceedings. I think Trump's plan is awesome! At a family-owned beer brewery earlier in the day, Clinton accused Trump for engaging in the business practice of refusing to pay workers for their services.

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  • Cowgill, Gonzalez lead the way for Columbus

    The Louisville Bats dropped their sixth game of a seven-game homestand as Columbus held on for a 6-5 win Monday night at Louisville Slugger Field. Louisville answered in the bottom of the inning when Hernan Iribarren hit a three-run double to cut the deficit to one.

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  • Phelps seeks revenge on Le Clos after winning gold No 19

    Cupping is described as an Egyptian/Chinese traditional medicine technique that allegedly relieves ailments including back neck and shoulder pain. Now, it's Ledecky who is poised to be the biggest women's star in Rio. "The first race of any meet is always tough", Franklin said. That's the fastest I've been in prelims in a while. "So, the blood that we pull to the surface actually creates space deeper into the tissue into the muscle fibers themselves for fresh blood to come in and nourish ...

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  • Thai junta chief Prayuth reiterates election in 2017

    Thai junta chief Prayuth reiterates election in 2017

    Thai voters had to answer two yes/no questions on the ballot. "The coup makers tore up the old constitution and robbed us of our rights, promoting themselves to control the government", "No" voter Ohm Kontaogan, 35, told AFP in Bangkok. The junta itself, however, has used patriotic songs and television programs to woo support. Despite a military ban on campaigning ahead of the referendum and the detention of dozens of activists and students who opposed the charter, the opposition appeared to ...

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  • Industry giant Vail Resorts buys Whistler-Blackomb

    As noted by Brownlie, this move not only strengthens Vail Resorts' hold on the USA ski market but helps to further diversify the company's wide array of ski properties. Shortly after, Fortress was forced to sell Whistler Blackcomb after failing to repay a loan that it had used to finance the purchase. It has since grown to become one of the premier ski destinations in North America, serving as a host site for the Olympic Winter Games in 2010.

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  • Sen. Susan Collins becomes latest Republican to break with Trump

    After criticism from budget experts who said such low rates would balloon deficits, he tweaked his proposal to be more in line with policies supported by Republicans in Congress. "And it won't even be that hard", Trump said. Clinton's economic plan "would grow jobs in CT by making the boldest investments in infrastructure since President Eisenhower built the interstate highway system, investing in Connecticut's manufacturing, and cutting taxes and reducing red tape for Connecticut's ...

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  • Da a la luz en la puerta de un hospital

    Da a la luz en la puerta de un hospital

    Su marido, Tom , indicó que "ella se sintió muy culpable porque me lo perdí". Mientras su marido buscaba un lugar para estacionarse, Jessica Stubbins dio a luz en la puerta de un hospital del Reino Unido . "Por el amor de madre, esta mujer nunca dejó caer a su hija al suelo". Apenas terminado el parto -que duró menos de un minuto- las enfermeras se acercaron y envolvieron a la beba en un buzo antes de llevar a la familia al interior del hospital .

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  • Donald Trump Set to Endorse Paul Ryan in Wisconsin

    Donald Trump Set to Endorse Paul Ryan in Wisconsin

    His squabbling with Ryan and the senators threatened to further splinter Trump's relationship with the party and infuriated many officials, including Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee . The charges came soon after Clinton addressed her own political vulnerabilities while facing a group of minority journalists in Washington. The tension between the Republican heavyweights complicates Trump's push to compete in Wisconsin, a state that hasn't voted for a Republican ...

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  • Huracán Earl toca tierra en Belice; avanza a México

    Huracán Earl toca tierra en Belice; avanza a México

    Earl, que adquirió categoría de huracán un día antes, tocó tierra unas 5 millas al suroeste de Ciudad Belice , la más poblada del país centroamericano con unos 80,000 habitantes y continúo rumbo al oeste a unas 14 millas por hora, según informó el Centro Nacional de Huracanes (CNH ), con sede en Miami.

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  • John Oliver offers a salty recap of the Rio Olympics opening

    John Oliver offers a salty recap of the Rio Olympics opening

    Oliver had particular fun with the Parade of Nations, in which each country's delegation marches into Olympic Stadium. The comedian went on to mock comments from NBC's broadcast team during the procession. You may never look at Charlie Brown the same again. Watch above, via HBO, for Oliver's full take on the opening weekend - including his thoughts on Brazil's "creepy" acting president.

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  • Trump to deliver economic plan, try to steady campaign

    Trump said at a rally in Green Bay, Wisconsin, on Friday. "I'm not going to go into the hypothetical", Ryan said, repeating that his endorsement of Trump is not a "blank check." It's a message furious senior members of the party carried to Trump privately and publicly in the days after Trump refused last week in a Washington Post interview to endorse the re-election bids of House Speaker Paul Ryan, Sen.

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  • Michigan teens hurt in crash coming from Cedar Point

    Michigan teens hurt in crash coming from Cedar Point

    The Rossford Police Department in OH says the crash happened on northbound Interstate 75 by Buck Road, which is about 5 miles south of Toledo. I-75 was closed for several hours while police investigated the scene, but has since reopened. The remaining passengers were Blake Pietila, 16; Logan Pietila, 16; Lauren Pietila, 16; Sam Daavettila, 16; Andrew Daavettila, 15; Caroline Halonen, 15; and Sylvia Lesperance, 16.

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  • Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore to appear in court Monday

    The Alabama Court of the Judiciary has just ended its hearing in a case against Chief Justice Roy Moore, which could end the state Supreme Court Chief Justice's tenure overseeing the high court for good. "The charges are political in nature", says Mat Staver, attorney with Liberty Counsel. Carroll is representing state judicial investigators who filed charges against Moore.

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  • Bogut leads Australia to 87-66 victory over France in opener

    Bogut leads Australia to 87-66 victory over France in opener

    If he couldn't play, there would be a big void in the Australia offense, which counts on him more than the Warriors did (and the Mavs will). In fact, his first points were finishing an alley-oop pass from Matthew Dellavedova . 5. We were really focused, really confident and really relaxed. The big man is expecting to play around 20 minutes a game. It probably gets under-rated a little bit, and nobody talks about it.

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  • Less favorable opinion of Donald Trump

    Less favorable opinion of Donald Trump

    Trump's plan would be a departure from current policies that allow parents to deduct up to $6,000 annually for the cost of childcare. "Mondale tried higher taxes, carried one state". A new Monmouth University poll shows Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton holding a commanding 46 to 34 percent lead over Trump. He is also calling for eliminating the estate tax and a temporary moratorium on new regulations.

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  • Delta canceled another 250 flights Tuesday morning

    The airline was back online after a number of hours Monday, but the outages were so widespread that it is still dealing with the ripple effects a day later. Delta Air Lines Inc. ranks as the third-largest in the world by number of passengers carried, with 138.8 million travelers previous year, according to industry group IATA.

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  • SpeedTest.net reported faster internet connections in the US

    SpeedTest.net reported faster internet connections in the US

    When it comes to the internet, there's nothing worse than a slow connection. More than 8 million tests are completed each day, the company says. Verizon's download speeds of 21.11 mbps just slightly edged out T-Mobile's speeds of 21.02, but Ookla has determined that the race is too close to call and considers both carriers in the first place position.

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  • Storm in Macedonia leaves 17 dead, 60 injured; many flee

    Heavy rain , strong winds and thunderstorms hit the city and its northern suburbs late on Saturday night. More than 100 people were injured and 22 were still in hospital with serious injuries, Balkan Insight reports today. " This is a catastrophe of unprecedented proportion ", Deputy Prime Minister Nikola Todorov said on Sunday, adding that the death toll may rise further.

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  • Orlando gunman's father attends Clinton rally

    Orlando gunman's father attends Clinton rally

    The Democratic presidential nominee will tour the Borinquen Health Care Center, 3601 Biscayne Blvd., in Miami's Midtown neighborhood, her campaign announced Sunday. Clinton also focused on new Puerto Rican arrivals to Central Florida, saying the island and its people were important to her when she was a senator from NY.

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  • Service, silence to mark anniversary of Michael Brown death

    This sparked dozens of protests in the following months, and inspired the Black Lives Matter movement. There will be a memorial vigil Tuesday morning on Canfield Drive. Brown and Chosen Fathers, a national group for grieving fathers who've lost their children, are asking the public to join them as they work to heal grieving fathers, children, youth and families of those who have lost loved ones due to police brutality.

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  • Lok Sabha discusses GST Bill, PM Modi to speak soon

    The GST would have been more homebuyers' friendly if stamp duty had also been subsumed into it. "GST guarantees increase in income of states that are currently count among backward states. Mr. Rajesh Gupta, Director, Okaya Power Pvt. "The suggestion on cap was adopted by Congress after 2015, when the bill went to the Rajya Sabha", he said during the debate on the bill in the Lok Sabha.

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  • Hunt for woman after Australian falls from Bangkok hotel

    Hunt for woman after Australian falls from Bangkok hotel

    Melbourne man Joshua Edward Beath, 25, was found dead early on Friday July 29 having apparently fallen to his death from his seventh-storey hotel room, The Australian reports. While police state there was no evidence of a struggle in his room, they are searching for a Thai woman, who Mr Beath checked into the hotel room with, just 24 hours before the fatal fall.

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  • Kenya police: Chinese tour guide kills tourist, wounds 1

    Kenya police: Chinese tour guide kills tourist, wounds 1

    Her husband, who suffered injuries, is Dong Ya, 47. The assailant, identified as Lee Changqin, is said to have demanded that they leave their table, prompting an argument, before he stabbed them both in the chest. 'The woman died while undergoing treatment in hospital while her husband is still in hospital, ' Kibunjah told AFP by telephone. The lodge's management was Tuesday holed up in a meeting and said they would issue a statement later in the day.

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  • Denver police to collect racial information on contacts

    Denver police to collect racial information on contacts

    The Denver Police Department will now collect information on the races of people that police stop in an effort to be more accountable, reports the Denver Post . The groups said that African Americans, Latinos and Native Americans are stopped at higher rates than whites. Community organizations say it's a great idea but they hope the chief includes the community and independent parties to help design the process and analyze the data.

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  • British air force helicopter crashes on Welsh mountain

    British air force helicopter crashes on Welsh mountain

    An RAF helicopter is believed to have been involved in an incident in Snowdonia, Wales. All six people who were on board have reported to be safe, according to the Maritime and Coastguard Agency. A spokesman added: "The Wales Air Ambulance has been sent to respond and is now in attendance at the scene". This is a breaking story and will be updated as more information becomes available .

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  • EFCC arrests blogger over 'cyber crimes'

    EFCC arrests blogger over 'cyber crimes'

    Usman, a blogger and social media strategist known for his strong pro-APC views, was picked from his home in the Abuja suburb of Kubwa on Monday morning and was now being quizzed by anti-graft agents. However, the APYF called for the immediate and unconditional release of Abusidiq. According to impeccable sources, the Personal Assistant on New Media to President Muhammadu Buhari, Mr Bashir Ahmed and other concerned friends had gone to the EFCC office, Abuja where Usman is being held to ask ...

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  • Donald Trump 'dangerous' say 50 Republican major USA national security figures

    The GOP nominee had tried in a major policy speech at the Detroit Economic Club to turn the page on a terrible stretch in his campaign by unveiling a revamped economic plan centered on far-reaching tax cuts. All other Americans would be subject to one of four tax brackets: 0%, 10%, 20% and 25%. Trump's announcement comes on the heels of the speech given by his daughter Ivanka Trump at the Republican National Convention last month, touting her father's dealings with women employees.

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  • GOP Senator Collins 'dismayed' by Trump, won't vote for him

    The United States faces far more overseas competition now than after World War II, and manufacturing expenses for many goods are higher in the US than in Asia, where wages are generally lower. "We are not interested in economic plans that only help the top 1 percent", Ms. Clinton said in St. Petersburg. While Trump had tried to paint his original plan as a boom to the middle class, independent groups concluded it dramatically favored the wealthy and would balloon the national debt by as much ...

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  • Trump overhauls income tax proposal

    Trump overhauls income tax proposal

    Trump said he had been working on the plan with Ivanka and planned to unveil it in the coming weeks, along with new proposals on school choice and funding for police. After the applause for the audience subsided, Trump said, "I am proposing an across-the-board income tax reduction, especially for middle-income Americans".

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