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  • Nueva York: Automóvil atropella y hiere a varios peatones en Times Square

    Nueva York: Automóvil atropella y hiere a varios peatones en Times Square

    El automóvil, un sedan color guinda, terminó impactado contra pilares de contención, en una escena de caos en una de los vecindarios más emblemáticos de la urbe neoyorquina. Los testigos también añadieron que siete heridos fueron colocados en camillas, luego del incidente en el sector turístico de Midtown en Manhattan, por donde pasan cientos de miles de personas al día.

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  • Senate panel chairman: Flynn won't honor subpoena

    Senate panel chairman: Flynn won't honor subpoena

    Flynn "is not cooperating so far". Flynn was ousted earlier this year from his senior administration job. A lawyer for Flynn did not immediately respond to a request for comment. One of these, Page, is publicly known. The letters asked for the men to list any meetings they might have had with Russian officials between June 16, 2015 - the day Trump formally launched his presidential campaign - and Trump's inauguration on January 20, as well as records of any communications during that period.

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  • Condolences pour in for Chris Cornell

    Rolling Stone reported that footage from that show has surfaced on YouTube . The Wayne County Medical Examiner's Office said Thursday it completed the preliminary autopsy on Cornell, but that "a full autopsy report has not yet been completed".

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation inquiry is 'greatest witch hunt' in history, says Trump

    In the interim, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has appointed former FBI Director Robert Mueller as special counsel to continue the investigation into any links between Russian Federation and individuals associated with the Trump campaign, and any matters that arose from such investigation - an assignment that encompasses investigating the recent allegations surrounding Michael Flynn and James Comey."I have every confidence that Robert Mueller will execute these responsibilities with ...

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  • Former intelligence officer who gave United States secrets to WikiLeaks leaves prison

    Minutes later, she tweeted a photo of her feet in tennis shoes, with the caption: " First steps of freedom! ". Manning was convicted by court martial in 2013, including on Espionage Act violations. Manning was court-martialed and sentenced in 2013 to 35 years in prison , the longest sentence ever imposed for a leak conviction in us history. She was acquitted of the most serious charge of aiding the enemy.

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  • Several injured, 1 dead after speeding vehicle drives into Times Square

    De Blasio told reporters that the incident was not related to terrorism. Some people fled the scene, while others rushed to get police help. The crash took place shortly before noon. Camila Hernandez, 22, was on the first day of a business trip to NY with her boyfriend. Initial tests reportedly came back negative for alcohol but positive for drugs.

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  • House may be forced to vote again on GOP's Obamacare repeal bill

    House Republicans say they are confident the bill will hit the deficit reduction target, but are holding it out of an "abundance of caution". Apparently, Republican House leaders may want to rewrite parts of the American Health Care Act depending on Congressional Budget Office estimates, which are expected to be released next week, to make sure it follows Senate rules allowing it to be passed with a simple majority.

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  • Summer reading program for children at the Buena Park Library

    Summer reading program for children at the Buena Park Library

    The 2017 Summer Reading Program is open to young people, preschool through young adult, with programs, prize drawings and more. Readers of all ages will explore all things gardening this summer as Daviess County Library presents "Build a Better World" during its summer library program.

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  • Ministerio de Educación se pronuncia por posibles casos del juego 'ballena azul'

    Ministerio de Educación se pronuncia por posibles casos del juego 'ballena azul'

    Un tribunal de San Petersburgo (Rusia) ha ampliado hasta el 20 de agosto de 2017 la detención de Filipp Budeikin , creador de grupos virtuales en la red social VK que empujaban a los adolescentes a suicidarse. Finalmente recordó que hace unos meses se llevaron a cabo platicas similares con la temática de la 'Legión Holk', "ahora estamos con lo de la Ballena Azul haciéndole ver a los padres esos 50 pasos que están en internet , que durante 50 días tienen que aplicarse los muchachos, los ...

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  • Trump calls Russian Federation probe political 'witch hunt'

    Although, we may all be overlooking that it's certainly extremely unfair that Trump is who he is and still got to be president, but I don't think that's the angle he's coming at this from. Gallen University in Switzerland. "I guarantee you there will be more shoes to drop ". The appointment comes just one week after Trump fired James Comey, temporarily halting the proceedings.

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  • Senate Intelligence Committee leaders demand Comey's notes

    Sen. Democrats, meanwhile, are making an increasingly lengthy list of demands for a full accounting of Comey's firing, Trump's alleged meddling in the Russia probe, the intelligence the president shared last week with Russian officials, and any ties between Moscow and the president's inner circle.

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  • Massive Ransomware Attack Has Slowed, But Probably Isn't Over Forever

    Security sources said spy agencies such as GCHQ and the National Cyber Security Centre in Britain had long had a policy of reaching out to leaders in the cyber security field who may be working alone. giant. That prompted the company to issue another patch on Friday for older and unsupported operating systems such as Windows XP, allowing users to secure their systems without requiring an upgrade to the latest operating software.

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  • Al menos diez heridos por atropello en Times Square

    Hasta el momento se desconocen las razones por las cuales el conductor perdió el control del vehículo y o si lo hizo intencionalmente. El Departamento de Policía de Nueva York acordonó el área para iniciar las investigaciones correspondientes.

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  • Trump may hire an outside lawyer as probes engulf White House

    Republicans have largely stood behind Trump in the first months of his presidency as the FBI and congressional investigations into Russia's election meddling intensified. "I applaud Deputy Attorney Rosenstein's decision". "Director Mueller will still be in the chain of command under the Trump-appointed leadership of the Justice Department", Pelosi said.

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  • Republicans starting to turn as committee asks to see Comey documents

    Republicans starting to turn as committee asks to see Comey documents

    Russian news agencies reported Thursday that members of the lower house's foreign affairs committee supported Anatoly Antonov, whose appointment hasn't been officially announced yet. Trump made the decision to fire Comey only after receiving the recommendation from Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Richard Nixon resigned in order to avoid impeachment and expulsion from office in the wake of the Watergate scandal that rocked the White House.

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  • Trump aides knew Flynn was under investigation before he joined White House

    Speaking alongside Trump at the White House on Tuesday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stressed that Turkey would not consider any plans for Kurdish groups to be part of the region's future. They ignored that investigation and named him National Security Advisor anyway, then they ignored the warnings of Sally Yates and kept him on anyway.

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  • Grabaron al presidente de Brasil pactando el pago de un soborno

    Poco después, Rocha Loures, perteneciente al Partido del Movimiento Democrático ( PMDB ) de Temer , fue filmado al recibir una valija con medio millón de reales, alrededor de 160.000 dólares, de parte de Batista. Entonces, se escucha a Temer responder: " Tienes que mantener eso [los sobornos ]". La oposición se apresuró a pedir un " impeachment " (moción de censura) contra Temer , que precisamente llegó al poder en sustitución de Dilma Rousseff , destituida por el Congreso tras un ...

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  • White House knew sacked adviser was under investigation

    White House knew sacked adviser was under investigation

    LawNewz.com reached out to the White House for comment. Two sources familiar with the conversation reportedly said he made the revelation to Trump lawyer Donald McGahn , who is now the White House counsel. And, it wasn't the last time Trump was warned about Flynn either. Initial statements from the White House said Mr Trump had fired Mr Comey on the recommendation of the Justice Department, due to his handling of the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email server.

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  • Macri invitó a los empresarios chinos a invertir en la Argentina

    El mandatario argentino dijo que "los chinos han fijado como gran prioridad el aporte en la seguridad alimentaria, el desarrollo en la tecnología y el deporte". Tenemos previsto firmar muchísimos acuerdos que abren campos de cooperación que deberían traer inversiones a la Argentina y apertura de mercados'.Telam.

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  • Putin: Russia can provide transcript of White House meeting

    Putin said Russian Federation was ready to hand a transcript of Trump's meeting with Lavrov over to United States lawmakers if that would help reassure them. Trump on Tuesday defended his decision on Twitter, saying he has the right as president to give sensitive information to the Russians as part of the global fight against terrorism.

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  • Un automóvil atropelló al menos a 10 personas — Nueva York

    Rojas ya había sido arrestado dos veces por conducir intoxicado, una en 2008 y otra en 2015, agregó el comisario. El suceso se está manejando en principio como un accidente de tráfico, protagonizado por un vehículo que terminó chocando contra un poste de esa plaza de Nueva York y se incendió.

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  • Falleció Chris Cornell, pionero del grunge

    Cornell de 52 años, murió este miércoles según informó su representante. Al parecer, su esposa le pidió a un amigo que revisara cómo estaba. Con un potente rango vocal de casi cuatro octavas, Cornell fue una de las principales voces del movimiento grunge de la década de 1990 con Soundgarden , que surgió como una de las grandes bandas de la escena musical emergente de Seattle, junto con grupos como Nirvana, Pearl Jam y Alice in Chains.

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  • Wikileaks whistle-blower Chelsea Manning released from prison

    Soon after Saeed's release and return to the USA, he was accused of abusing his wife, Naghmeh Abedini, for years, which Saeed denied, reported The Washington Post in February 2016. The film is titled " XY Chelsea " and will be directed by British filmmaker Tim Travers Hawkins and executive produced by " Citizenfour " filmmaker Laura Poitras.

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  • Rige un alerta por probables tormentas fuertes

    Los vientos serán moderados o regulares del sector oeste, con algunas ráfagas. Mientras en el Golfo de México se registrará cielo medio nublado con intervalos de chubascos en Tamaulipas y Veracruz. Estarán acompañadas de ocasional caída de granizo, importante actividad eléctrica y fuertes ráfagas. Jueves . Se prevé nubosidad variable desmejorando con vientos moderados del este y probabilidad de chaparrones hacia la tarde-noche.

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  • Macron anunció su gabinete y nombró a Le Maire en Economía

    Macron anunció su gabinete y nombró a Le Maire en Economía

    Más allá del premier Philippe, otros tres integrantes tienen la categoría de ministros de Estado, con rango superior al resto, los de Interior, el socialista Gérard Collomb, Ecología, el ex periodista Nicolas Hulot, y Justicia, el centrista Francois Bayrou, quien durante la campaña retiró su candidatura en favor de Macron.

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