Monthly Archives: October 2017

Japan suspect in serial killing questioned by prosecutors

A Japanese man who confessed to killing and dismembering the nine bodies police found in his apartment has been sent to prosecutors for further investigation. Continue reading

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Dodgers force decisive Game 7 with narrow win over Astros

Joc Pederson sliced a drive over the left-field wall, pounded his chest and danced around the bases, taking as many twists and turns as this World Series itself. Of course, the Los Angeles Dodgers forced the Houston Astros to Game 7. Continue reading

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Australia nationality crisis sparks call for lawmakers audit

Australia’s dual citizenship parliamentary crisis sparked calls on Wednesday for a nationality audit of all federal lawmakers, as investigations continued into decisions made by ministers found to have been ineligible for their elected positions. Continue reading

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John Stossel: Communism turns 100 this year – why are people celebrating?

This year marks the hundredth anniversary of one of the worst mistakes ever made: the Communist revolution in Russia. Continue reading

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South Dakota man reportedly under fire for wearing blackface and holding ‘will stand for money’ sign

A man in South Dakota has been forced to apologize after sharing his Halloween costume on social media, showing him in blackface and holding a sign reading “Will stand for money”. Continue reading

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Gunman wanted in deadly University of Utah shooting caught after 15-hour manhunt

A gunman suspected of shooting and killing a University of Utah student Monday night is wanted in Colorado for another murder, police revealed Tuesday, as they continue a dragnet for the suspected killer. Continue reading

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‘Hero’ NYPD cop who shot terror suspect Sayfullo Saipov identified

A young NYPD officer is being hailed a hero after shooting a suspected terrorist in New York City. Continue reading

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Probation for middle school teacher, 46, who got ‘caught in the act’ during sex with her friend’s teenage son

A former Illinois middle school teacher who allegedly performed a sex act on her friend’s teenage son was sentenced to probation Monday after entering a plea deal. Continue reading

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House Republicans postpone tax reform rollout

House Republicans are delaying the release of their tax reform plan after failing to finalize last-minute changes to the legislation, multiple sources told Fox News Tuesday. Continue reading

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NYC attack: Trump calls for stronger ‘extreme vetting’

Following the terror attack in New York City Tuesday, President Trump said he ordered the Department of Homeland Security to “step up” the nation’s “extreme vetting program.” Continue reading

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House Republicans postpone tax reform rollout, sources say

House Republicans are delaying the release of their tax reform plan after failing to finalize last-minute changes to the legislation, multiple sources told Fox News Tuesday. Continue reading

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Australian detention center on Papua New Guinea loses power

Australia’s detention center for asylum seekers on a Papua New Guinea island has lost power and working toilets for the 606 men refusing to leave because they fear the alternatives are unsafe. Continue reading

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The Latest: Nurse plans to use settlement for aid projects

The Latest on a settlement reached over a nurse’s rough arrest (all times local): 5:50 p.m. Continue reading

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Official White House portraits of Trump, Pence revealed

The White House released the official portraits of President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday. Continue reading

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Trump’s Labor Department aims to make tip-pooling legal again

The practice was banned under the Obama administration. Continue reading

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Officer: Freddie Gray didn’t appear to need medical care

A Baltimore police officer involved in arresting a black man who later suffered a fatal injury during a police van ride testified at the driver’s disciplinary hearing Tuesday that the man did not show any signs he needed medical care when he was first … Continue reading

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Utah nurse settles over rough arrest caught on video

A Utah nurse who was arrested for refusing to let a police officer draw blood from an unconscious patient said Tuesday that she was settling with Salt Lake City and the university that runs the hospital for $500,000. Continue reading

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The Latest: Heavy security, small protest at college speech

The Latest on a speech by Milo Yiannopoulos at California State University, Fullerton (all times local): 3:55 p.m. Continue reading

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New York State heightens security following Manhattan terror attack

Hours after a suspected terrorist killed at least eight people after plowing a truck down a pedestrian lane on a New York City highway Tuesday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced stronger security measures “out of an abundance of caution.” Continue reading

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Babies burned alive and women raped 150 times: Why Nikki Haley is prioritizing the Democratic Republic of Congo

It’s a level of violence hard to fathom and more people were displaced from their homes over the past year than in Iraq and Syria. Continue reading

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