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One call was very specific and dire: A woman said an intruder was breaking into her home in the middle of the night. A neighbor, Brad Maestas, told the Denver Post he heard the initial gunshots and armed himself until he saw police swarm nearby.
  • Citizenship List In Indian State Stokes Fears Of Deportation

    Citizenship List In Indian State Stokes Fears Of Deportation

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    There is no question of harassment of genuine Indian citizens in the name of NRC updation. Some critics see the citizenship test as a measure supported by the BJP, which rules at the Centre and in Assam , to drive out Muslims. The next step will be to file the claim in another prescribed form which will be available from August 30 to September 28 and these claims will be finally disposed of after proper hearings.
  • Fake news is 'crisis for democracy'

    Fake news is 'crisis for democracy'

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    Some observers have pointed out that advertisers both in and out of politics have always attempted to target viewers with information they think they will be most responsive to, and that in the pre-digital age nearly everyone received the lion's share of their news from newspapers which are very clearly biased - reinforced, then as now, by the views expressed by "the people closest to you".
  • Family of Branson Duck Boat Victims Seeks $100 Million for Deadly Sinking

    Family of Branson Duck Boat Victims Seeks $100 Million for Deadly Sinking

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    Of the 31 tourists on board the vessel, 17 drowned when the boat sank during a storm on Table Rock Lake near Branson. Members of an IN family who lost nine relatives when a tourist boat sank IN Missouri filed a second lawsuit Tuesday, alleging the duck boat's owners and operators ignored design problems and warnings, and put profits over people's safety.
  • Critics: Jeff Sessions' religious panel allows bias, cuts rights

    Critics: Jeff Sessions' religious panel allows bias, cuts rights

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    Sessions called freedom of religion "indeed our first freedom being the first listed right in the First Amendment" and said that the Trump administration is "actively seeking to accommodate people of faith". "The Attorney General standing shoulder-to-shoulder this morning with anti-LGBTQ extremists tells you everything you need to know about what today's announcement was really all about", Warbelow said.
  • Mendocino Complex fires: new evacuation orders issued

    Mendocino Complex fires: new evacuation orders issued

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    Mandatory evacuation orders affecting thousands of residents are in place for several locations around the two fires in Lake County. Officials said Monday that 723 homes have been destroyed by that fire, up from a previous count of 657 homes lost.
  • President Trump: Koch Brothers a

    President Trump: Koch Brothers a "total joke"

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    Trump said he never sought support from the two brothers "because I don't need their money or bad ideas". Trump asserted that the Kochs "love" some of his policies, including tax cuts and conservative picks for federal courts. In particular, the Kochs have been opposed to Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum, as well as his policy of forcibly separating immigrant families apprehended at the U.S.
  • North Korea constructing new missiles despite agreement with US

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    North Korea appears to be building new liquid-fueled intercontinental ballistic missiles at a factory that produced the country's first missiles capable of reaching the United States, US intelligence officials say. An image taken on July 7 shows a bright-red covered trailer in a loading area that appears to be identical to those vehicles the North has previously used to transport ICBMs.
  • Trump, Conte express alignment on immigration at White House

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    Even before Monday's meeting it was clear that US President Donald Trump and fellow populist, Italian Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte had much in common. However, unlike other European Union member states, Italy's Prime Minister has openly declared support for Mr Trump's policies. And I will be personally the carrier of the message and I will try to make the others understand his position as well.
  • US Spy Agencies Say North Korea Building New Missiles

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    North Korea appears to be building new liquid-fueled intercontinental ballistic missiles at a factory that produced the country's first missiles capable of reaching the United States, US intelligence officials say. A bright-red covered trailer, identical to the those the country used to transport previous ICBMs, was photographed on July 7 at the facility's loading area.
  • California Firefighters Work 48-Hour Shifts to Battle Deadly Blaze

    California Firefighters Work 48-Hour Shifts to Battle Deadly Blaze

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    Fueled by an incendiary combination of scorching temperatures, dry air and unpredictable winds, the deadly Carr Fire has doubled in size to 80,906 acres - nearly the size of the city of Philadelphia. "Any one of those factors will make containing a fire extremely hard", Bertelli said. Forest firefighters combating the Carr fire have noted that, in recent years, wildfire season is lasting longer and bringing fires that are more hard to contain.
  • Giuliani Abandons Certainty That Trump Didn't Know About Trump Tower Meeting

    Giuliani Abandons Certainty That Trump Didn't Know About Trump Tower Meeting

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    Rudy Giuliani made the media rounds over the weekend for his "No Collusion Press Tour", but he hit a new chord when he said: "I don't even know if that's a crime , colluding about Russians". He asserted his contention again in a tweet on Friday while taking a shot at Cohen's credibility. Giuliani declined to say what the purported Trump-Mueller business relationship was and said it was up to Mueller to reveal it, even though Trump raised the issue with his Twitter comment.
  • Australia, Japan join U.S. infrastructure push in Asia to counter China

    Australia, Japan join U.S. infrastructure push in Asia to counter China

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    Eswar Prasad, a Cornell University trade professor and former head of the IMF's China division, said the U.S. initiatives were small in comparison to Chinese investments. Speaking at the same event, US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said the United States has eased export controls for high-technology product sales to India.
  • Baby Shark Stolen From San Antonio Aquarium Returned

    Baby Shark Stolen From San Antonio Aquarium Returned

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    They trio covered the shark in a blanket, stuck it in a baby stroller and walked out. A suspect accused of helping to steal a shark from a Texas aquarium in a baby stroller over the weekend reportedly confessed to the freakish crime and told officials the animal is still alive.
  • Woman Talks Back to Harasser; He Hits Her in the Face

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    She described how the man threw the ashtray at her and started following her. "I was in pain, but it got so twisted in a few seconds, I did not realize it right away", she told the French newspaper. 'Some men think that the street belongs to them and that we have no business being there'. She ended her post with the hashtag #MeToo, launched in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sex scandal in Hollywood a year ago.
  • States sue to block sale of 3D-printed weapon designs online

    States sue to block sale of 3D-printed weapon designs online

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    A federal court ruled Sunday that residents of Pennsylvania will not be permitted to download plans to print these guns on 3D printers. That is, unless Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson has his way. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, to block the company from distributing its 3D gun designs in Pennsylvania. They argue that the United States government failed to get approval for the settlement from the Defense Department or Congress, and thus broke a federal rule.