Daily Archives: September 19, 2017

South Carolina HS students make ‘rape’ joke at football game

Four students at a South Carolina high school have been disciplined for spelling out “rape” during a football game, and then sharing the image through social media. Continue reading

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Russian army helicopter rocket accidentally hits bystanders

A Russian army helicopter has accidentally fired a rocket at bystanders watching the largest military exercises country has undergone since the end of the Cold War. Continue reading

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GEORGIA TECH: 3 arrested as protest turns violent after police shooting

Three people were arrested during violent protests at Georgia Tech Monday night after a vigil for a student who was fatally shot by campus police, school officials said. Continue reading

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Virginia gubernatorial debate touches taxes, Trump, Confederate statues

The two major party candidates in Virginia’s closely watched race for governor argued in mostly cordial tones Tuesday over taxes, President Donald Trump and what Virginia should do with its numerous monuments to the Confederacy. Continue reading

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Female prisoners in North Korean camps raped and executed, their babies fed to dogs, report says

Imprisoned women in the communist nation of North Korea serving time for political crimes are raped, then later executed in a brutal fashion, according to a new report. Continue reading

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Fallen soldier’s arrival home brings plane’s passengers to tears

The emotional sight of a fallen soldier being returned to her family reduced almost an entire plane of people to tears. Continue reading

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Woman kayaker in Amazon shot dead by pirates who robbed for her GoPro

A British adventurer who had been on a solo kayaking trip through the Amazon was shot dead by pirates, police have confirmed. Continue reading

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Hospital lets kids drive themselves to operating room

A San Diego children’s hospital unveiled a collection of remote controlled luxury mini cars on Tuesday that allow its young patients to ‘drive’ themselves to the operating room. Continue reading

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Tillerson says Iran nuclear deal ‘really has to be revisited’

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told “Special Report with Bret Baier” Tuesday night that that the 2015 nuclear deal between the U.S., five other world powers and Iran “really has to be revisited.” Continue reading

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Senate panel calls Michael Cohen to open hearing after Trump lawyer shares statement with press

President Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, agreed Tuesday to testify in an open Senate Intelligence Committee hearing next month — after the panel abruptly canceled a transcribed interview that had been scheduled. Continue reading

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Holly Bobo trial: Defense blames ‘Chester the Molester’ for killing

Attorneys for the man accused of killing Tennessee nursing student Holly Bobo argued Tuesday that investigators had arrested the wrong person and attempted to raise suspicions about a local sex offender known locally as “Chester the Molester.” Continue reading

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Celebrities, politicians react to powerful Mexico earthquake

At least 139 people have been reported dead in Mexico after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck the country’s southern coast Tuesday. Continue reading

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Missouri trooper gets jail, probation in man’s drowning

More than three years after an Iowa man fell out of a Missouri State Highway Patrol boat and drowned while handcuffed and wearing an improperly secured life vest, the trooper who was driving the boat was sentenced Tuesday to 10 days in jail and two yea… Continue reading

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Iran nuclear deal drives wedge between US and France

The presidents of the United States and France both addressed the United Nations General Assembly for the first time on Tuesday, and both took divergent views when it came to the 2015 nuclear agreement reached between five U.N. permanent members and Ge… Continue reading

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Robert Kennedy son pays fine after wild house party

A member of the Kennedy clan left court on Tuesday with a fine to pay, after facing possible criminal charges after a wild party at the family’s home in Hyannis Port, Mass. Continue reading

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Man dies after curfew violation stop, fight with deputies

A Florida man stopped for a Hurricane Irma curfew violation is dead after a confrontation with deputies. Continue reading

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Analysis: Trump insists on ‘America First.’ Who will follow?

President Donald Trump invited the question, and now the world must answer: If America insists on putting itself first, will anyone else follow? Continue reading

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Security measures needed for soldier’s terrorism case

Trial for a Hawaii-based Army soldier accused of attempting to support the Islamic State group won’t happen until at least late next year. Continue reading

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Professor in sexual misconduct complaint placed on leave

The University of Rochester has placed a professor on leave and launched an independent investigation into the school’s handling of sexual misconduct accusations against him. Continue reading

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Kansas Revenue Department employee shot in Wichita office

Police say a man under investigation by the Kansas Department of Revenue is suspected in a shooting that critically injured an employee at the agency’s Wichita office. Continue reading

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