• Raiders donating $50000 to support Las Vegas victims and survivors

    Raiders donating $50000 to support Las Vegas victims and survivors

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    A GoFundMe page has raised more than $2 million for the victims of the Las Vegas massacre . If you would like to donate, you can find the GoFundMe page here . He described winding lines at blood donation centers and harrowing images of first responders covered in blood, saving lives."It just shows the nature of the community - we take care of each other and we take care of our tourists".
  • Approximately 45000 Determined Eligible for Excelsior Scholarship Program

    Approximately 45000 Determined Eligible for Excelsior Scholarship Program

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    New numbers from the Governor's office show almost 53% of full-time SUNY and CUNY students are going to school tuition-free. About 22,000 will have part of their tuition covered by the new scholarship. The number of students eligible for the Excelsior Scholarship will rise each year until fully implemented and, as there are still more than 6,000 applications pending final approval, the number of award recipients for this year is expected to rise.
  • US Service Member Killed by Roadside Bomb in Iraq

    US Service Member Killed by Roadside Bomb in Iraq

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    Two U.S. soldiers were recently killed in the battle to retake the northern city of Mosul. While coalition casualties in the fight against ISIS have been relatively rare, Sunday's attack on a U.S. The city had been declared "fully liberated" from the group in February 2016. IS fighters began growing in power in Iraq in early 2014 in the country's west and in the summer of 2014 swept across much of the country's north, capturing a third of Iraq's territory.
  • Russia Throws North Korea a Cyber Lifeline

    Russia Throws North Korea a Cyber Lifeline

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    The new external connection was first reported by 38 North, a project of the US-Korea Institute at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). TransTeleCom is owned by Russia's state-run railway company and has fiber optic cables that follow all the country's main train lines, including all the way up to the North Korean border.
  • Uttar Pradesh government clarifies after Taj Mahal missing in tourism booklet

    Uttar Pradesh government clarifies after Taj Mahal missing in tourism booklet

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    A tourism booklet released by the Uttar Pradesh government has stirred controversy as it has no mention of the iconic Taj Mahal , which is one of the major tourist attractions of the state. To illustrate that the state government recognises its value, he said, "We are even thinking of construct an worldwide airport at Agra for the convenience of passengers".
  • At Least 11 People Killed In Damascus Bombing

    At Least 11 People Killed In Damascus Bombing

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    The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights , a Britain-based monitor, reported "at least two blasts" hit the Syria's capital Damascus on Monday. Ten people were killed, it reported. Citing a source in the Syrian security services, state-run Russian news agency RIA Novosti said the attack was carried out by four suicide bombers.
  • Ole Miss Gets Crushed By No. 1 Alabama, 66-3

    Ole Miss Gets Crushed By No. 1 Alabama, 66-3

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    It's wasn't because Alabama held an SEC opponent out of the end zone, it did that last week as well at Vanderbilt. Things to know about 65th meeting overall between the Rebels and Tide. After this matchup with Ole Miss , Vanderbilt has a bye week, then goes on the road again to take on SC. The hope quickly disappeared as Patterson was crushed for a loss on third down.
  • No evidence of shooting at USC after lockdown, search, LAPD says

    No evidence of shooting at USC after lockdown, search, LAPD says

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    DPS first reported that the shots occurred near Fertitta Hall located at 610 Childs Way on the southeastern corner of campus. Officers were searching Fertitta Hall at the Marshall School of Business. The Los Angeles Police Department went to the scene to investigate and found no evidence a shooting occurred, according to Detective Meghan Aguilar of the LAPD .
  • OJ Simpson Devours McDonald's As His First Post-Prison Meal

    OJ Simpson Devours McDonald's As His First Post-Prison Meal

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    Scotto didn't respond to messages seeking comment. Most inmates are transferred to another facility to be released, however, officials felt that the less Simpson was moved, the safer his release would be. The 70-year-old former National Football League star and actor was freed from Lovelock Correctional Center just after midnight (3:08 a.m. ET) "in an effort to ensure public safety and reduce the potential for incident", the Nevada Corrections Department said.
  • Dozens arrested in Sweden as neo-Nazis, anti-fascists clash with police

    Dozens arrested in Sweden as neo-Nazis, anti-fascists clash with police

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    Swedish policemen had a torrid time controlling demonstrators during a neo-Nazi rally which later turned violent as authorities ended the march early after self-professed National Socialists clashed with anti-fascists and police. "The Nazis said at the protest that they will have a protest like this every Saturday from now on". Some 20 people, mostly Danes and Germans, were stopped as they arrived in Sweden to take part in the demonstration.
  • Fifty Arrested As Hundreds March in Anti-Semitic Protest Near Synagogue in Sweden

    Fifty Arrested As Hundreds March in Anti-Semitic Protest Near Synagogue in Sweden

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    The counterprotesters clashed with the neo-Nazi marchers, throwing fireworks at the rally and getting into altercations with NMR members who attempted to cross police lines. Membership in Nazi organizations is not illegal in Sweden and the NMR had a permit from the police to march. Riot police eventually encircled the NMR in a city square, preventing them from finishing their march.
  • Tenn. man among 50 killed in Las Vegas concert attack

    Tenn. man among 50 killed in Las Vegas concert attack

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    Dr. Gulish Melton posted on Facebook that she lost her "true love and knight in shining armor" and asked for time. "I want everyone to know what a kind hearted loving man he was but at this point, I can barely breathe", his shocked wife wrote in a statement to USA Today .