• US, S Korea to maximise economic, diplomatic pressure on N Korea
US, S Korea to maximise economic, diplomatic pressure on N Korea

Capitol. North Korea's leaders have repeatedly said they need nuclear weapons to defend themselves against "hostile" United States forces, 35,000 of which are stationed in South Korea. "We have economically strangled North Korea at this point, and they have said as much", she said. "We have tried a couple of times to signal to them that we're r...

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  • Trump Wants To Hold A Military Parade In DC On July 4
Trump Wants To Hold A Military Parade In DC On July 4

Now, he says he wants the USA military to "come marching down Pennsylvania Avenue" and suggested there would be major shows in both DC and New York City. That military may be flying over New York City and Washington, D.C., for parades. "We're going to have to try and top it", Trump went on. Trump was blown away by what he experienced in Paris...

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  • Hurricane Maria headed for Puerto Rico after hitting Dominica
Hurricane Maria headed for Puerto Rico after hitting Dominica

The latest cone of uncertainty of Hurricane Maria by the National Hurricane Center . US and British Virgin Islands can expect 10 to 15 inches, and isolated areas of up to 20 inches. The potentially catastrophic Category 5 storm, which is moving west-northwest at 10 mph, is about 115 miles west of Guadelope and 150 miles southeast of St.

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  • U.S. will 'totally destroy North Korea' if pushed, Trump says
U.S. will 'totally destroy North Korea' if pushed, Trump says

Trump also repeated an insult he previously used against Un in a tweet. In his first address to leaders gathered at the United Nations General Assembly, Trump warned North Korea not to pursue its nuclear missile program in his starkest language yet, deriding its young leader Kim Jong-Un with the nickname "Rocket Man" and threatening to end his ...

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  • Facebook User Calls Hobby Lobby Display
Facebook User Calls Hobby Lobby Display "Racist"

As of Monday afternoon her post had more than 166,000 comments and 15,000 shares. "A commodity which was gained at the expense of African-American slaves", Rider wrote in the post. More than 207,000 people commented on the post, most in support of Hobby Lobby. "Cotton is a natural product". "Take all the cotton out of your clothing, bed clothes, ...

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  • US Navy fires two commanders after Asia sea accidents
US Navy fires two commanders after Asia sea accidents

The John S. McCain's sister ship, the Fitzgerald , nearly sank off the coast of Japan after colliding with a Philippine container ship on June 17. Vice Adm. Joseph Aucoin, the highly respected 7th Fleet commander, yielded his command to Sawyer in August, just days after the captain, executive officer, and command master chief of the Fitzger...

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  • Zapad - photos from exercise that is causing angst in North Atlantic Treaty Organisation
Zapad - photos from exercise that is causing angst in North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

Video has emerged of a Russian attack helicopter seeming to fire on a group of bystanders during the major military exercises Russia has been holding over the past week. The helicopter drill was part of Zapad, a large-scale joint military exercise with Belarus taking place close to Russia's border with Estonia. "No incidents involving army avi...

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  • Clinton Doesn't Rule Out Questioning Legitimacy of the Election
Clinton Doesn't Rule Out Questioning Legitimacy of the Election

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said on Monday that she would not rule out challenging the legitimacy of the 2016 election depending on the outcome of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia's interference.

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  • Trump and Latin American leaders to discuss pressure on Venezuela
Trump and Latin American leaders to discuss pressure on Venezuela

Trump told Latin American allies gathered on the fringes of the United Nations General Assembly that President Nicolas "Maduro defied his own people" and was guilty of "disastrous rule" that may necessitate further punitive measures. Differences over ethanol trade, open-skies aviation and illegal drug production, and even North Korea, could crop ...

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  • Hurricane Irma death toll reaches 82, 1.5 million without power
Hurricane Irma death toll reaches 82, 1.5 million without power

An FPL executive called the suit "frivolous", saying it was filed by a law firm tied to a city commissioner of Coral Gables, which the utility said planted thousands of trees too close to power lines. Utility workers fix high-voltage power lines across from the Florida Keys Marathon International Airport in Marathon, Fla., on September 12, 2017. ...

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  • Attorney General Herring Seeks Documents Related to Opioid Crisis
Attorney General Herring Seeks Documents Related to Opioid Crisis

Subpoenas and other document requests were served Monday to various manufacturers and distributors of prescription opioids. . Many doctors, in turn, said they were assured by the drug makers that the opioids were less addictive, or not addictive.

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  • 3 arrested as protest turns violent after police shooting — GEORGIA TECH
3 arrested as protest turns violent after police shooting — GEORGIA TECH

The attorney for Schultz's family said that the campus police overreacted and asked why the situation couldn't have been handled by nonlethal measures. A spokesman for Georgia Tech says campus police do not carry stun guns or Tasers but are equipped with pepper spray. The student paused and then took three steps towards the officers, forcin...

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  • Boris Johnson back in Brexit debate before key Theresa May speech
Boris Johnson back in Brexit debate before key Theresa May speech

Hastings and Rye MP Amber Rudd does not want Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson "managing the Brexit process". "Of course we will have to decide as a government how to spend that money". Almost half of the 123 financial firms surveyed told Reuters they would have to move staff or restructure their businesses because of Brexit, which is due t...

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  • Trump to Campaign With Luther Strange in US Senate Race in Alabama
Trump to Campaign With Luther Strange in US Senate Race in Alabama

Before the primary, Brooks and Moore competed to be the anti-establishment alternative to unusual. "It's time for us to fight back". Recent polls show a tight race between Moore and odd, who advanced to the runoff after obtaining the most votes in the Republican primary in last month's special election.

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  • Takeaways: Seahawks 12 - 49ers 9 in Week 2
Takeaways: Seahawks 12 - 49ers 9 in Week 2

In 2015, the Seahawks beat the 49ers 20-3 four days after a stunning last-second loss to Carolina and then 29-13 after an nearly equally stunning home defeat to Arizona. and Conor McGregor. Sherman and Garcon had heated battles when Garcon was with Washington. In addition to the team implementing a new offense similar to the scheme ran in Atlanta...

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  • LACETT | Cards drop in new AP poll after loss to Clemson
LACETT | Cards drop in new AP poll after loss to Clemson

Six ranked teams lost on Saturday, including four to unranked teams, shaking up the bottom of the Top 25. In the Big 12, Oklahoma state rose three spots to No. MI 9. Florida State (0-1), which didn't play for the second straight week due to the effects of Hurricane Irma, dropped one spot to No. 12. Another College Football Playoff contend...

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  • Rohingya Muslims a security threat, says Centre to Supreme Court
Rohingya Muslims a security threat, says Centre to Supreme Court

The hearing on the matter has been adjourned for October 3 by the court. The Centre has said that the fundamental right to reside and settle in any part of India is available to citizens only. According to the Home Ministry, the influx of Rohingyas to India started in 2012. Prashant Bhushan , one of the senior lawyers fighting for the Rohingyas,...

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  • 2 buses collide in NYC, injuring more than a dozen
2 buses collide in NYC, injuring more than a dozen

The accident sent the charter bus onto the sidewalk and it came to a stop in a restaurant, sparking a small fire, officials said. The MTA bus gets pushed sideways nearly 180-degrees by the impact, while the tour bus continues to travel before slamming into a Kennedy Fried Chicken outlet, sending out sparks and bright flashes of light and starti...

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  • Pilot issues mount at Ryanair
Pilot issues mount at Ryanair

Des Manning told KCLR Live they've been busy fielding calls about it and thankfully haven't had any of their customers affected yet. As it stands, customers have only been notified of cancellations until Wednesday. You may want to check to see if you're planned flight is on this list. . The Irish low-priced airline said the bag policy changes a...

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  • Pelosi shouted out of press conference by Dreamers
Pelosi shouted out of press conference by Dreamers

Pelosi, California Democrat, was speaking to a crowd in San Francisco , a group of so-called Dreamers or DACA recipients, people brought to the US illegally as children, overtook the stage and began chanting. "Let me say this, because you've had your say, and it's attractive to our ears to hear you protecting your self dignity", Pelosi began. The ...

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