• Three Ways Kavanaugh Nomination Could Play Out After Accuser Speaks
Three Ways Kavanaugh Nomination Could Play Out After Accuser Speaks

Said Ford to the paper, describing the moment Kavanaugh allegedly pinned her down and covered her mouth as he tried to remove her swimsuit: "I thought he might inadvertently kill me". "I did not do this back in high school or at any time", he said. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley , R-Iowa, land Sen. Kavanaugh, U.S.

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  • Man killed in Cape Cod shark attack
Man killed in Cape Cod shark attack

Beach-goers carry a shark attack victim down Newcomb Hollow Beach. "There'll be a determination later about what the town wants to do with the beaches going forward". Reinhart said she hoped to discuss the incident with fellow Select Board members before saying anything further. "I saw my worst nightmare unfold here", he told Cape Cod Times .

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  • Kenya's golden outing at Berlin marathon: Kipchoge smashes record, Cherono dazzles
Kenya's golden outing at Berlin marathon: Kipchoge smashes record, Cherono dazzles

The weather conditions were good and it made me run fast", said a panting Cherono after the race. His three pacemakers were pushed to the limit to keep the tempo high as Kipchoge dipped well below world-record time by the halfway mark. The leading duo went through 25km in 1:12:24, and as Kipsang continued to fade in the second group, Kipchoge lef...

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  • Man kills five people, himself in California shooting rampage: cops
Man kills five people, himself in California shooting rampage: cops

Six people - including the shooter - died yesterday in a mass shooting incident that started at a trucking company in Bakersfield , California . He commandeered a vehicle before he killed himself when he was confronted by a sheriff's deputy.

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  • Trump authorizes sanctions against foreigners who meddle in United States elections
Trump authorizes sanctions against foreigners who meddle in United States elections

Sen. Mark R. Warner, D-Va., the vice-chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, also criticized the executive order, which he said puts too much power in the hands of a president who has previously failed to demand accountability from Russian Federation on the issue.

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  • 56 people killed a day in 'war zone' South Africa
56 people killed a day in 'war zone' South Africa

The annual statistics were presented by the Ministry of Police in Parliament today. The increase of 6.9% year on year from the last financial year point to the ineffectiveness of interventions implemented by the South African Police Service (SAPS).

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  • One killed, several injured after multiple gas blasts destroy MA homes
One killed, several injured after multiple gas blasts destroy MA homes

We are grateful for the community's patience, as well as the tremendous support we have received from our first responder and law enforcement partners. The Eagle-Tribune newspaper in North Andover reports at least one home has been destroyed and several others have caught fire amid a problem with a gas line that feeds homes in Andover, North Ando...

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  • Putin says suspects in Novichok poisoning are ‘civilians’
Putin says suspects in Novichok poisoning are ‘civilians’

While police and prosecutors have announced they have enough information to charge Boshirov and Petrov, and officers have formally linked the attack on the Skripals to the poisoning of Ms Sturgess and Mr Rowley, the charges do not relate to the Amesbury pair and authorities say they are still investigating this second incident.

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  • Sasse returns from Supreme Court hearings
Sasse returns from Supreme Court hearings

The hearings, which began September 4, included several disruptions by protestors, seemingly political lines of questioning by senators, and even a cameo appearance by the youth basketball team he coaches. The NAACP called on the Judiciary Committee to investigate the allegations. Kavanaugh said he hadn't. "There are millions and millions and milli...

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  • Russia Starts Biggest War Games Since Soviet Fall Near China
Russia Starts Biggest War Games Since Soviet Fall Near China

The Vostok 2018 exercise will last until September 17. Hundreds of Chinese armoured combat vehicles, attack helicopters, fighter jets and thousands of soldiers take part in the biggest military exercise in Russian Federation since 1981, in a show of strength and friendship between Asia's two largest military powers.

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  • Trump cancels planned November visit to Ireland
Trump cancels planned November visit to Ireland

Talk's between Varadkar's office and the U.S. Embassy in Dublin were continuing. "We can confirm that the proposed visit of the USA president is postponed", said Laura Durkan, a spokeswoman for Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar . As with his trip to the United Kingdom earlier this summer, a number of groups, supporting left-wing and environmenta...

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  • Canada optimistic NAFTA deal can be struck this month
Canada optimistic NAFTA deal can be struck this month

One core question in the latest talks is which country has the leverage, and that's unclear. U.S. President Donald Trump is threatening to cause the "ruination" of Canada if the countries can not reach a NAFTA deal, with sources pointing to dispute resolution and tariffs on cars as obstacles to a deal.

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  • Nawaz Sharif’s wife Kulsoom Nawaz passes away in London
Nawaz Sharif’s wife Kulsoom Nawaz passes away in London

Pakistan Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, left, accompanied by his wife Kulsoom Nawaz, arrives at the Tribhuwan Airport to attend the 18th summit of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) in Kathmandu, Nepal, Tuesday, November 25, 2014.

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  • Airstrikes hit Syria's Idlib province, the last remaining rebel stronghold
Airstrikes hit Syria's Idlib province, the last remaining rebel stronghold

More than 60 air raids killed at least four civilians in southern Idlib, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and rescue workers. Then in April 2018 the US, France and Britain launched a joint attack on Syrian facilities after a chemical strike on the city of Douman was reported to have killed at least 70 people.

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  • No long-range missiles, N.Korea military parade features floats and flowers
No long-range missiles, N.Korea military parade features floats and flowers

This gallery was curated by Associated Press photo editor Wally Santana in Bangkok. The North also refrained from immediately televising the event, though North Korean media were out in force to film it, deploying booms and - for possibly the first time - drones with cameras.

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  • Donald Trump tells supporters ‘it’s your fault’ if he gets impeached
Donald Trump tells supporters ‘it’s your fault’ if he gets impeached

The first people in line can often grab front row seats facing the podium. During the rally, Tyler Linfesty was asked to leave and was replaced a woman who he believes was a campaign staffer, CBS Billings affiliate KTVQ reports . "And when he said something I thought was good or I agreed with, I applauded". So whenever I disagree with him, you c...

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  • Off-duty Dallas Police Officer fatally shoots unarmed Black man in his apartment
Off-duty Dallas Police Officer fatally shoots unarmed Black man in his apartment

Jean, who lived there, was home. "I didn't know she was white until now", Jean said in footage broadcast by Dallas NBC affiliate KXAS . "This is the worst pain". When he returned that night, he sang the song with grace and poise, as though he'd always known it. "This is a bad tragedy". "What's wrong with our society", he told the crowd.

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  • California's Delta Fire Engulfs Vehicles on Interstate 5
California's Delta Fire Engulfs Vehicles on Interstate 5

The fire front was up to three miles wide on the north side, with flame lengths estimated at 300 feet. Several structures are under threat, but so far nothing has been damaged or destroyed. They are advising to take the State Route 89 detour, drive until they reach State Route 299. The U.S. Forest Service said Friday the deadly blaze burning in...

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  • Magnitude 7.8 earthquake rocks Fiji in early hours
Magnitude 7.8 earthquake rocks Fiji in early hours

The quake was initially reported as a magnitude 8.1, but later downgraded. It struck close to Suva, Fiji around 5:50 a.m. Hawaii time, the U.S. Geological Survey said. Friday's tremor comes less than three weeks after an 8.2-magnitude natural disaster struck far below the seabed near Fiji. Fiji sits within the " Ring of Fire ", a zone of tect...

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  • ‘We are free’: India celebrates Section 377 verdict
‘We are free’: India celebrates Section 377 verdict

The judgment comes on a batch of petitions, including the lead one filed by hotelier Keshav Suri, arguing that the right to sexual orientation is meaningless without the right to choose a partner. He further added that homosexuals have full right to live with dignity as others. In its 493-page judgement, the bench said aspects of Section 377 deal...

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  • Homeless Samaritan will get cash; couple under investigation
Homeless Samaritan will get cash; couple under investigation

No charges have been filed. "Further updates will be provided as circumstances warrant". The Courier-Post of Cherry Hill reports Florence police were at the home of Katelyn McClure and Mark D'Amico on Thursday morning. "GoFundMe's goal has always been to ensure Johnny gets support he deserves", a statement from GoFundMe read. But McClure and D'...

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  • George Papadopoulos Sentenced to Two Weeks in Prison for Lying to Federal Bureau of Investigation
George Papadopoulos Sentenced to Two Weeks in Prison for Lying to Federal Bureau of Investigation

Papadopoulos was also given 200 hours of community service and a $9,500 fine. Papadopoulos brought the idea up at a campaign meeting with Trump and future Attorney General Jeff Sessions , with Sessions later testifying before Congress that he had "pushed back" against the idea.

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  • Trump poised to tax an additional $200bn Chinese imports
Trump poised to tax an additional $200bn Chinese imports

Trump initiated the trade war to punish Beijing for what it says are China's predatory tactics to try to supplant USA technological supremacy. The U.S. If the USA adopted the new trade measures, it would mean the country will have placed tariffs on $517 billion worth of Chinese goods, the entire value of all Chinese imports into the United States...

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  • Cincinnati Police Chief holds news conference about Fifth Third Center shooting
Cincinnati Police Chief holds news conference about Fifth Third Center shooting

Those killed and wounded by the gunman "appear to be innocent victims", Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley told reporters, adding that police officers were at the scene "within seconds". "These are things we see happening across the country, and we all have to be vigilant and prepared to deal with these situations", Isaac said. Ohio Gov.

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  • Dallas officer to be charged with manslaughter after shooting a neighbor
Dallas officer to be charged with manslaughter after shooting a neighbor

On Thursday evening, September 6, a Dallas police officer was going home after her shift, when she walked into the wrong apartment and shot the man inside. "We heard cops yelling, but otherwise had no idea what was going on", Hernandez said. The Dallas County District Attorney's Office will be involved in the investigation.

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  • Trump urges inquiry into anonymous New York Times editorial
Trump urges inquiry into anonymous New York Times editorial

Trump also said he was considering taking action against the Times , whose shares moved briefly lower after his comments were made public. "Anyone from the outside can see how dysfunctional it is, and you're complicit" if you are a political appointee.

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  • Iran, Russia, Turkey presidents meet in high-stakes summit
Iran, Russia, Turkey presidents meet in high-stakes summit

Rouhani's clear demand for American troops to completely exit Syria came just as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley warned during a U.N. Idlib has now become a crowded holding pen for up to 70,000 opposition fighters, along with about 2 million Syrian civilians displaced from other battle zones, and activists and aid workers trying t...

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  • Trump Praises Kim Jong Un, Says
Trump Praises Kim Jong Un, Says "We Will Get It Done Together!"

Trump appears to have welcomed that message, writing in a tweet : "Thank you to Chairman Kim. We will get it done together!" The South Korean envoy's visit to Pyongyang came amid a deadlock on the North's atomic weapons, with USA efforts to dismantle the arsenal stalled for weeks.

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  • 'Don't touch me': Marco Rubio and Alex Jones clash
'Don't touch me': Marco Rubio and Alex Jones clash

From there, Jones describes Rubio as "snake-like" and calls him a "little frat boy". Eventually, Jones interrupted Rubio during a gaggle, asking him to address "the Democrats purging conservatives " on social media. "Hur hur hur. Little frat boy over here". Jones and InfoWars are notorious for spreading conspiracy theories and other demons...

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  • Salisbury attack suspects ‘are members of Russian military intelligence’
Salisbury attack suspects ‘are members of Russian military intelligence’

While UK officials have blamed the Russian government for the poisoning, Basu refused to disclose whether police believed the suspects worked for Russia's intelligence services, saying that "this was a sophisticated attack across borders".

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