Daily Archives: September 11, 2017

HURRICANE IRMA: US Navy dispatches carrier to help search-and-rescue operations in Florida Keys

Authorities in Florida said Monday that the U.S. Navy dispatched the aircraft carrier Abraham Lincoln and two other ships to help with search-and-rescue operations after Hurricane Irma after a flyover of the hurricane-battered Keys yielded what the gov… Continue reading

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Man charged in slayings of 2 engaged doctors due in court

A man charged in the slayings of two engaged doctors in their Boston luxury condominium is due in court. Continue reading

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McConnell says Dems didn’t get a good deal on debt ceiling

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Democrats were too hasty in celebrating the shock spending deal they made with President Donald Trump last week, saying it is not as good as they believe. Continue reading

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‘Dems’ didn’t get a good deal’ says McConnell, promising no debt ceiling fight until 2018

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Democrats were too hasty to celebrate the shock spending deal they made with President Donald Trump last week, saying it is not as good as they believe to be. Continue reading

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Judge: Amtrak engineer’s deadly crash an accident, not crime

The engineer in a deadly Amtrak derailment is due in court for a preliminary hearing to determine if he’ll face trial on criminal charges that were filed only after a victim’s family intervened and a judge overruled city prosecutors. Continue reading

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2 die in landslides after Philippines hit with heavy rains

A tropical depression has dumped heavy rains in the Philippines, flooding metropolitan Manila and nearby provinces and causing a landslide that killed two brothers. Continue reading

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Jury hears openings at trial of American terror suspect

A U.S. citizen accused of abandoning his birth nation to fight for al-Qaida was to be put on trial Tuesday, a day after the 16th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks, in a case that hinges partly on fingerprints found on an unexploded bomb. Continue reading

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Saudi Arabia says it breaks up IS attack plot, spy ring

Saudi Arabia says it breaks up IS attack plot, spy ring

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Dems’ fundraising challenges extend to gubernatorial races – New Hampshire voter fraud fight takes new turn – Dems fall in line on single-payer, as Sanders prepares to launch Medicare-for-all ‘campaign’

Dems’ fundraising challenges extend to gubernatorial races – New Hampshire voter fraud fight takes new turn – Dems fall in line on single-payer, as Sanders prepares to launch Medicare-for-all ‘campaign’

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KUSHNER PRESSURED? Some Trump lawyers wanted son-in-law out

KUSHNER PRESSURED? Some Trump lawyers wanted son-in-law out

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Sao Paulo mayor tests presidential waters amid voter anger

Just eight months into his job as Sao Paulo mayor, Joao Doria appears to be positioning himself as a presidential hopeful who can save Brazil from a seemingly bottomless pit of graft scandals, even while insisting he isn’t running. Continue reading

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Interpol releases fugitive Red Bull heir’s ‘wanted’ listing

Interpol has released a “wanted” listing for a Thai heir to the Red Bull energy drink fortune who is accused in a car crash that killed a Bangkok police officer five years ago. Continue reading

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Miami Beach to reopen for residents as Irma recovery begins

The city of Miami Beach will be opened back up on Tuesday — ahead of schedule. Continue reading

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Hemingway’s 54 six-toed cats are reportedly safe after Hurricane Irma

All 54 six-toed cats living in Ernest Hemingway’s home in Key West, Florida are reportedly safe after the area was hit by Hurricane Irma. Continue reading

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Venezuela sets Oct. 15 for regional vote favoring opposition

Venezuela’s government has set a date for long-delayed gubernatorial elections that the opposition is heavily favored to win. Continue reading

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Colombia envoy discussing UN help in verifying cease-fire

Colombia’s envoy to the United Nations says he is having discussions on a request for U.N. assistance in verifying commitments in a temporary cease-fire agreement signed by the government and the country’s last remaining major rebel group that is sched… Continue reading

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Man pees on deputy while being arrested for drug possession, cops say

Man pees on deputy while being arrested for drug possession, cops say

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Tucker vs. Dem strategist: Did Trump use ‘southern strategy’ to appeal to white Americans?

Tucker vs. Dem strategist: Did Trump use ‘southern strategy’ to appeal to white Americans?

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Drunk truck driver arrested for being first person to survive a swim across Hoover Dam reservoir

Drunk truck driver arrested for being first person to survive a swim across Hoover Dam reservoir

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ISIS still stealing, spilling and smuggling oil throughout Iraq

Despite being recently defeated from their major strongholds of Mosul and Tel Afar in Iraq, and it being more than two years since Iraqi forces specifically sought to retake oil-rich areas from ISIS, militants belonging to the terror faction are contin… Continue reading

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