• Phoenix mom arrested after using stun gun to wake son on Easter
Phoenix mom arrested after using stun gun to wake son on Easter

Instead, Dobbins ended up on her lawn with an officer, who after speaking to the boys informed her she would be charged with child abuse. "I tell my sons to honor thy mother and thy father or their days will be shortened and that's my favorite".

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  • Zakharova says Britain, USA Seek to Deny Russia from Holding World Cup
Zakharova says Britain, USA Seek to Deny Russia from Holding World Cup

However, as the numbers are based on country of residence, a proportion of the US sales could come from the nation's large Hispanic community. The only other European country to make the top 10 was Germany, which will be backed by nearly 6,000 travelling supporters so far.

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  • Experts haven't found 'precise source' of nerve agent used on spy
Experts haven't found 'precise source' of nerve agent used on spy

The identification of Novichok was a key plank in the evidence presented by United Kingdom prime minister Theresa May's ability to recruit worldwide support in the dispute with Moscow, resulting in the expulsion of more than 100 Russian diplomats from over 20 countries.

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  • Tough-luck Dodgers hoping to rebound against Diamondbacks
Tough-luck Dodgers hoping to rebound against Diamondbacks

The pen did the rest and that pen now has a 1.12 ERA through three games. "Those things happen. They're just a little magnified right now". Ryu recorded 116 strikeouts in 126 innings previous year (24 starts) but finished the season 5-9 overall with a 3.77 ERA and a 1.37 WHIP.

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  • Govt not diluting the SC/ST Act: Rajnath
Govt not diluting the SC/ST Act: Rajnath

Regarding the nation-wide protests , Ravi Shankar Prasad , Union Minister of Law and Justice said , as reported by The Quint , "I wish to convey that we have filed a petition on the judgement by Supreme Court on the SC/ST Protection Act today (Monday)".

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  • VP poll recount starts Monday
VP poll recount starts Monday

On Monday, the Marcos camp found that ballots in four ballot boxes were wet and one had a puncture, while 38 out of 40 opened ballot boxes from Bato, Camarines Sur had missing audit logs - indications the election documents had been tampered with and compromised.

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  • Mueller Looks Into Alleged Stone-Assange Contact
Mueller Looks Into Alleged Stone-Assange Contact

And Stone seems to have had knowledge of WikiLeaks' plans before the general public. In addition to WikiLeaks, Stone boasted during the campaign about being in direct contact with Guccifer 2.0, the hacker believed to be responsible for stealing emails from the Democratic National Committee and providing them to WikiLeaks.

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  • State to host Sexual Assault Awareness Week
State to host Sexual Assault Awareness Week

He said survivors have options when they come forward. In hopes to combat sexual crimes, the city of Rockford is telling survivors of sexual assault survivors it's all ears. "'It takes this out of the secrecy and into the light where it can be looked at and shared and supported and you can be told that yes what you say is important".

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  • CEO Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook deleting posts linked to Russian 'troll factory'
CEO Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook deleting posts linked to Russian 'troll factory'

IRA is best known as a state-sponsored propaganda machine that has disseminated Russian propaganda for years and employs hundreds of so-called trolls . Last fall, Facebook said that IRA-controlled accounts were responsible for creating propaganda around the 2016 election that was seen by more than 126 million people on Facebook alone.

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  • Netanyahu suspends Israel-UN deal on African migrants
Netanyahu suspends Israel-UN deal on African migrants

Only 10 Eritreans and one Sudanese out of over 35,000-40,000 migrants have been recognized as refugees in Israel since 2009, according to the UN. Israel considers the majority of African asylum seekers to be economic migrants and has said it has no legal obligation to keep them. Migrants began entering Israel through what was then ...

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  • Trump touts Rasmussen poll results: 'Higher than Cheatin' Obama'
Trump touts Rasmussen poll results: 'Higher than Cheatin' Obama'

The Rasmussen Reports poll came after a series of shakeups within the Trump administration, including the departures of former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson , former National Security Adviser H.R. "Rasmussen and others have my approval ratings at around 50%, which is higher than Obama , and yet the political pundits love saying my approval r...

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  • Sydney Harbour Bridge locked down as man climbs the structure
Sydney Harbour Bridge locked down as man climbs the structure

Police received reports of an unauthorised climber on the bridge shortly before 4.30am, a police spokeswoman said. Police rescue crews are negotiating with the man, who is sitting inside a metal section of the bridge, rolling a cigarette while seemingly listening to music.

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  • United Kingdom experts can not confirm source of poison in Skripal attack
United Kingdom experts can not confirm source of poison in Skripal attack

Aitkenhead said the attack with a highly toxic chemical weapon was "probably only within the capabilities of a state actor". Yury Filatov, Russia's ambassador to Ireland, said Russia wants Britain to "provide every possible element of evidence they might have in their hands" about the attack.

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  • Fired Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe to shut down legal defense fund
Fired Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe to shut down legal defense fund

McCabe was sacked last month by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who said he was taking the action after the inspector general and the FBI's Office of Professional Responsibility concluded McCabe had made "an unauthorized disclosure to the news media and lacked candor - including under oath - on multiple occasions", which is a career-ending offens...

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  • NCAA Championship Game Suffers Historically Bad Ratings
NCAA Championship Game Suffers Historically Bad Ratings

The Villanova Wildcats won their second national title in the last three years with a 79-62 win over Michigan Monday night. "It's our culture. For Michigan, the player that makes them go is Moe Wagner. "I feel for the kids though". But it's possible that Villanova University will be favored next year to win its third national championship...

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  • LeT militants kidnap civilian in Bandipora
LeT militants kidnap civilian in Bandipora

Militants killed a person after injuring his mother-in-law and her two children in north Kashmir district of Bandipora, a police spokesman said here on Tuesday afternoon. "An FIR into the incident has been registered and investigation into the matter set into motion", said police. "Militants fired indiscriminately inside the house", he said, addi...

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  • Army jawans, 13 terrorists and 4 civilians killed in J&K encounters
Army jawans, 13 terrorists and 4 civilians killed in J&K encounters

While seven terrorists were killed in Shopian district's Dragad village, another was neutralised in Dialgam area of Anantnag . A police official, while giving details of the operations, said security forces had launched a search operation and cordoned the Draggad area of Shopian this morning following specific input regarding presence of militan...

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  • Man punches Muslim woman in A&E in 'racial' attack
Man punches Muslim woman in A&E in 'racial' attack

She drove down Harvard Avenue near Lee Road and noticed her ex-fiance pull up next to her in a white SUV that did not belong to him, according to police reports . Morman was found unconscious lying next to a fence where he landed after he was thrown from the vehicle. A woman and three young children were forced into the room of a house in south ...

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  • Trump says he wants USA troops 'out' of Syria
Trump says he wants USA troops 'out' of Syria

But, in a shift from a comment he made last week proclaiming an imminent pull out, Trump said "we will not rest until ISIS is gone", and until allies are consulted. About 2,000 USA troops are in Syria to back Kurdish fighters against ISIS. Leaving Syria too soon has raised concerns among some officials of a possible ISIS resurgence in the country.

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  • British manufacturer De La Rue appeals for passport contract
British manufacturer De La Rue appeals for passport contract

De La Rue are trying to argue that it put in the highest quality bid, even if it was not the cheapest, to make the UK's new post-Brexit blue passports from after we leave the EU. However, people are expected to keep their current passports until they expire. It also told the BBC it suspects the winning bid was below its own cost price "which cau...

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  • Drone crashes in Russian Federation while delivering mail
Drone crashes in Russian Federation while delivering mail

Video footage showed the drone lifting off from a miniature launch pad bearing Russian Post's blue and white logo. There were no injuries from the crash, although the egos of local officials are no doubt bruised. He said that more than 100 connections in the area could have interfered with the machine's control systems. Despite the first failed...

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  • Banco Santander, SA (SAN) has its outstanding shares of 15.91 Billion
Banco Santander, SA (SAN) has its outstanding shares of 15.91 Billion

A stock that maintains a relatively stable price has low volatility . The (Simple Month Average) SMA20 is at -3.11 percent, its SMA50 Value is -7.03% and SMA200 value is reported as -3.76 Percent. After a recent check, Banco Santander , S.A., ( NYSE: SAN)'s last month price volatility comes out to be 1.52% which for the week stands at 1.74%.

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  • President Trump says he wants to pull troops out of Syria
President Trump says he wants to pull troops out of Syria

The president added: "I want to get out, I want to bring our troops back home. I want to bring our troops home". Also on Tuesday, Brett McGurk, the special USA envoy for the global coalition against Islamic State, told a forum in Washington: "We are in Syria to fight ISIS".

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  • Armed men shoot dead four members of Christian family in Quetta
Armed men shoot dead four members of Christian family in Quetta

The unidentified men opened fire from their motorcycle on a Christian family of five aboard a rickshaw and traveling through the city of Quetta, in the province of Baluchistan, according to U.S. The roads in between Christian communities and places of worship, however, remain vulnerable. Pakistan's archaic blasphemy laws are especially unsafe ...

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  • Justice Department Introduces Quota for Immigration Judges to Clear Cases
Justice Department Introduces Quota for Immigration Judges to Clear Cases

When Central American children fleeing violence and poverty in their home countries began showing up on the southern USA border in large numbers in 2014 through 2016, the Obama administration put in place a "rocket docket" to make immigration judges decide on cases within 21 days.

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