• Charlotte police release video but doubts remain
Charlotte police release video but doubts remain

The police also revealed for the first time that officers had made a decision to confront Mr. Scott, 43, in the parking lot of his apartment complex on Tuesday because they noticed, as they were preparing to serve a warrant on another person, that he was rolling a marijuana cigarette inside his S.U.V.

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  • Chicago PD to add almost 1000 more positions following violent year
Chicago PD to add almost 1000 more positions following violent year

The department will add 516 patrol officers, 92 field-training officers, 112 sergeants, 50 lieutenants and 200 detectives, police spokesperson Anthony Guglielmi said in a post on social media. Chicago has seen 3,000 shooting victims in 2016 and will likely exceed 600 homicides, the highest number in 13 years. August alone produced 90 homicides, ma...

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  • After bitter battles, Cruz expected to say he will vote for Trump
After bitter battles, Cruz expected to say he will vote for Trump

Clinton , we know beyond a shadow of doubt, would veto that legislation. The answer is Donald Trump is not a politician, he isn't polished from years of political campaigns and he comes across as just what he is; a successful businessman who delegates authority to the most competent people he can find for the job at task.

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  • Browns sign kicker Parkey after Murray injured in practice
Browns sign kicker Parkey after Murray injured in practice

Kicker Patrick Murray, who came to Cleveland in the offseason, injured his knee on Friday and placed on the injured reserve. The Browns have been struck by major injuries at a disturbing rate, losing six starters before the season's third game.

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  • 'No indication' Washington mall attack is terrorism, Federal Bureau of Investigation says
'No indication' Washington mall attack is terrorism, Federal Bureau of Investigation says

They are now supporting police "to bring the sonofabitch to justice who did this to our community". The 39-year-old Cuevas later returned to Cascade Mall in Burlington , Washington , to retrieve his truck parked near a cordoned off area.

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  • Clinton to visit Charlotte on Sunday
Clinton to visit Charlotte on Sunday

The two-minute footage, which does not show the shooting itself, was taken by the wife of the victim, Keith Lamont Scott. She goes on to say: "Keith, don't let them break the windows; come on out the auto". "It is impossible to discern from the videos what, if anything, Mr. Scott is holding in his hands", Bamberg said in a statement. Clinton ha...

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  • Disney pulls controversial Maui costume from its Moana line
Disney pulls controversial Maui costume from its Moana line

Disney had originally been applauded for its representation of women and Polynesian culture until the costume came out, with some labelling it "brownface". Disney's boasted about the arrival of its first Polynesian princess, whose costume they managed to limit to items of clothing . "Our brown skin/ink's NOT a costume", read one Twitter user's...

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  • Nigeria, militants each claim victory in desert battle
Nigeria, militants each claim victory in desert battle

The post Chibok girls: Buhari invites United Nations to negotiate with Boko Haram appeared first on Punch Newspapers. The group have engaged in several abductions throughout Nigeria's northeastern region including the 276 Chibok schoolgirls in April 2014.

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  • GfK Poll: Majority of Americans fear Trump presidency
GfK Poll: Majority of Americans fear Trump presidency

Gingrich is part of a rotating cast of politicians and policy experts traveling with Trump on his private plane for mid-flight debate preparations, according to Republicans familiar with the preparations. She's also challenged his business success and suggested he isn't releasing his taxes to the public because he's not as wealthy as he contends. ...

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  • Nebraska makes it back into AP Top 20
Nebraska makes it back into AP Top 20

Maybe it was just the football gods making the Huskers pay their dues. "On any given day, any Big Ten team can beat another Big Ten team". That didn't happen on the biggest stages in recent years. 2. Those leagues tout their nine conference games as a way of boosting schedule strength and, hopefully, increase their members' chances of being sel...

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  • Hillary Clinton reportedly preparing for two Donald Trumps in debate
Hillary Clinton reportedly preparing for two Donald Trumps in debate

Among likely voters, 50 percent support Clinton and 45 percent support Trump. Yesterday, Clinton said she has long held the view that the the US should apply "tough vetting" toward immigrants. Following the Democratic National Convention in July, polls showed Clinton's lead over Trump ballooning to upward of 10 points in early August before ret...

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  • FBI says it looked into New York bombing suspect 2 years ago
FBI says it looked into New York bombing suspect 2 years ago

Ahmad Khan Rahami is charged with the use of a weapon of mass destruction, bombing a public place, destruction of property and use of a destructive device, according to court documents. "He just woke up and looked up at the crack and said, 'Oh I am sorry, ' and he moved to the other side of the door", Bains - who owns the Linden, New Jersey bar, M...

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  • Americas most celebrated playwriter Edward Albee dies at 88
Americas most celebrated playwriter Edward Albee dies at 88

The writer's personal assistant Jackob Holder confirmed his death. Albee won three Pulitzer Prizes for best drama, the first in 1967 for " A Delicate Balance ". The 2000s saw a pair of major Broadway revivals of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? He introduced himself suddenly and with a bang, in 1959, when his first produced play, The Zoo St...

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  • Trump says he's 'very troubled' by Tulsa police shooting
Trump says he's 'very troubled' by Tulsa police shooting

Trump's event with one of his top black supporters, Pastor Darrell Scott, at the minister's New Spirit Revival Center, took a freaky turn when the Republican nominee was introduced by boxing promoter Don King, who used a racial slur as he made the case for black voters to support Trump.

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  • Low-priced airline adds new cheap nonstop flight from Austin
Low-priced airline adds new cheap nonstop flight from Austin

The low-priced airline says it's not unhappy with Akron-Canton, but most of its Northeast Ohio passengers are from Greater Cleveland, and Hopkins offers more room to grow. "This represents a big win for northeast OH and our region". Flights will move from Akron-Canton Airport (CAK) to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) on February 15...

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  • Soros to invest $500 million to help refugees and migrants
Soros to invest $500 million to help refugees and migrants

Advocacy groups anxious that the New York Declaration on Migrants and Refugees - an outcome document which contains no concrete commitments and is not legally binding - falls short of what is needed, while U.N. The leaders are meeting against a backdrop of rising ethnic and religious tension, fighting elsewhere in the Mideast and Africa, a warmi...

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  • White House: 51 companies pledge $650M in refugee support
White House: 51 companies pledge $650M in refugee support

General Assembly in NY. Fifty-one social media, financial services and other companies are committing to provide refugees with access to education, employment and financial services. The 85,000 figure included 10,000 Syrian refugees, a figure advocacy groups had criticized as inadequate given the wealth of the USA and the fact that other countrie...

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  • US States Sue to Block Expansion of Overtime Pay Law
US States Sue to Block Expansion of Overtime Pay Law

And it is still awaited that when the appeal will come under the focus of U.S. Department of Labor . Also, the officials of Labor department didn't respond immediately to the requests or comments. In addition to Texas and Nevada, plaintiffs include the states of Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine...

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  • With his wife sidelined, Bill Clinton steps in to fill void
With his wife sidelined, Bill Clinton steps in to fill void

Bill Clinton announced last month that if his wife was elected president, the foundation would no longer accept foreign and corporate donations, he would step down from its board and he no longer would raise money for the organization. Age is one reason that health has emerged as a campaign issue with the U.S. media latching on to the statistic th...

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  • Five Quick Thoughts about Mississippi State at LSU
Five Quick Thoughts about Mississippi State at LSU

With LSU in front 23-6, the clock stopped instead of dripping down against a tired Bulldogs defense. Miles and his staff "visited" with Harris earlier this week, the coach said Wednesday. After the LSU defense almost registered a safety by sacking Fitzgerald inside the one-yard line, A Bulldogs punt gave LSU possession at the State 46.

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