• Detouring around one crash, 4 visitors from England killed in separate collision
Detouring around one crash, 4 visitors from England killed in separate collision

Investigators aren't certain whether they were in the SUV when it tumbled into the sea. Their SUV ended up plunging 100 feet off the cliff, however, there was a lack of skid marks near the cliff's edge - indicating that the auto did not attempt to brake.

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  • Local Police Target Distracted Drivers
Local Police Target Distracted Drivers

Police in Escondido are joining law enforcement throughout the state in cracking down on distracted driving throughout April. It's all part of April's National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. They are reminding drivers that If is absolutely necessary to talk on the phone or text while driving, to park your vehicle in a safe location. "Cell ph...

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  • Putting panic past, Spieth poised for Masters challenge
Putting panic past, Spieth poised for Masters challenge

Sixty years ago, Arnold Palmer filled the void left by the ageing trio of Ben Hogan, Sam Snead and decade-long retired Byron Nelson when he won the first of his four Masters and announced himself as the next star of the game. For fans who don't need to see every day of the tournament, single-day tickets are available for a more reasonable amount,...

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  • Mueller says Trump not criminal target now
Mueller says Trump not criminal target now

Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) said Wednesday that President Trump and his lawyers should not breathe a "sigh of relief" over the news that Trump is not a "criminal target " of the investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller . "However, legal experts said Mueller's description of Trump as a subject of a grand jury probe does not mean he is in...

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  • Mexico Can Stop Caravans
Mexico Can Stop Caravans

This year's event seems to have gotten more notice in the USA, and Trump has sent some angry tweets that raised hackles in Mexico , which in recent years has detained and deported hundreds of thousands of Central American migrants before they could reach the United States border .

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  • Brazil court weighs Lula petition to avoid jail
Brazil court weighs Lula petition to avoid jail

The court was due to start deliberations at 2:00 pm (1700 GMT), but with 11 justices casting votes, the session was likely to be lengthy. "In Brazil's current situation, it's worth asking our institutions and the people, 'Who is really thinking about what is best for the country and future generations, and who is only anxious about their personal...

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  • F-16 Crashes In Nevada, 3rd US Military Crash Since Tuesday
F-16 Crashes In Nevada, 3rd US Military Crash Since Tuesday

The status of the pilot is not yet known, United States officials have said. "The accident is under investigation". This is the third aviation incident for the USA military in the last 48 hours. -Mexico border during a routine training exercise, killing four Marines, according to a statement released by the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing in San Diego.

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  • Parliamentary composition for no confidence motion
Parliamentary composition for no confidence motion

Minister Fowzie said few SLFP parliamentarians who wanted to vote against the no confidence motion in favor of Prime Minister, will also have to abstain from voting. He said he would soon meet Mr. Sirisena to convey that the mandate they got from voters in the 2015 presidential election should continue. Intervening in the debate earlier, Lead...

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  • MLB Predictions: Will the Yankees dominate the Rays? 4/4/18
MLB Predictions: Will the Yankees dominate the Rays? 4/4/18

Stanton just felt happy Gregorius helped the Yankees overcome his whiff-a-thon. The Tigers made Greene their closer this spring - though he got nailed in his first appearance, giving up two runs in 2/3 innings. They talked about how the Yankees scrambled to deal with injuries to Greg Bird , Jacoby Ellsbury , Aaron Hicks , Billy McKinney an...

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  • Rouhani blames Israel for deteriorating crisis in Syria
Rouhani blames Israel for deteriorating crisis in Syria

Portraits of Vladimir Putin and Bashar al-Assad, the Russian and Syrian presidents, are displayed at the Wafideen checkpoint on the outskirts of Syria's capital, Damascus, on April 3, 2018. "The Israelis don't respect Syria's sovereignty". "Some countries, including America, support terrorist groups like ISIL in Syria, which serve these countri...

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  • Man, 78, arrested over fatal stabbing of suspected burglar
Man, 78, arrested over fatal stabbing of suspected burglar

Beedle walked out of the alley at 2:27 a.m.in the 400 block of North State after suffering a stab wound to his neck, according to Chicago Police and the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office. The unnamed man was taken to a central London hospital by the London Ambulance Service but died from his injuries at 3.37am. Wednesday afternoon, Chicago ...

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  • Raman Singh: Amit Shah's visit 'fruitful', discussions on possible election campaign held
Raman Singh: Amit Shah's visit 'fruitful', discussions on possible election campaign held

Addressing a public meeting here, he said "no one can dare to change" the reservation policy "as set by BR Ambedkar in the Constitution". Shah held the Opposition exclusively responsible for the death of 10 people across the country. There will be no change in the reservation policy. BJP president Amit Shah on Wednesday sounded the poll bug...

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  • CRPF jawans killed in J&K as stone-pelters attack vehicle
CRPF jawans killed in J&K as stone-pelters attack vehicle

The CRPF vehicle came under stone pelting by the locals in Hillar Arhama village of Kokernag in Anantnag district. The driver, identified as Roop Singh, lost control of the vehicle and hit a motorcycle on which two CRPF jawans - Riyaz Ahmed Wani and Nissar Ahmed Wani - were riding, said a police official.

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  • Authorities believe California cliff crash that killed family was 'intentional'
Authorities believe California cliff crash that killed family was 'intentional'

After the family's SUV crashed on the Northern California coast, the bodies of Jennifer and Sarah Hart were found inside March 26. Baarts said the CHP's investigations were far from conclusive, but he revealed the speedometer of the family's SUV was "pinned" at 144km/h, U.S.

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  • Local man charged with burglary at Mount Holly store
Local man charged with burglary at Mount Holly store

Tom Anderson wrote: "Would his teeth count as an offensive weapon?" One user said: "I can't stop laughing at it" while another said "I thought it was one of the Banana Splits (a fictional furry animal character)". But jokes aside, it was created from a description provided and it's serious as a woman was victim of a frightful crime", the police ...

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  • Trump 'not now a criminal target' in Mueller's Russian Federation probe
Trump 'not now a criminal target' in Mueller's Russian Federation probe

Legal experts have been divided in recent months over the feasibility of Mueller issuing a report on his findings about alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation. Prosecutors made the allegation without naming the Manafort associate but described his role with Manafort in detail. Peter Carr, a spokesman for the special...

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  • Xi talks of 'new chapter' of China-Zimbabwe ties
Xi talks of 'new chapter' of China-Zimbabwe ties

Chiwenga was named vice president in December. Mnangagwa subsequently also visited China in the 1960's for military training. Its role in Zimbabwe's power change, in particular, fuelled suspicion as the head of the African country's military, who was part of the coup, paid a state visit to Beijing just days before Mugabe was put under house arrest....

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  • Cynthia Nixon supports legalization of marijuana: 'Let's capture some of that revenue'
Cynthia Nixon supports legalization of marijuana: 'Let's capture some of that revenue'

The actress turned activist, who is challenging incumbent Gov. Andrew Cuomo for the Democratic nomination for New York's governor, has come out in favor of legalizing recreational marijuana. Nixon also addressed the tragic shooting and death of an unarmed African-American man, Stephon Clark. "Yes, I think it is", Nixon replied. Actress Cyn...

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  • US suspects listening devices in Washington
US suspects listening devices in Washington

The IMSI devices are dressed up to appear as if they are legitimate cell towers - effectively being hidden in plain site. The cell-site simulators, known as Stingrays, operate by fooling mobile devices into securing onto them as opposed to authentic cell towers.

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  • North Korean Leader Attends K-Pop Concert in Pyongyang
North Korean Leader Attends K-Pop Concert in Pyongyang

South Korean artists held a second concert in Pyongyang Tuesday, this time alongside North Korea's Samjiyon Orchestra, belting out hit songs from both countries to a crowd of 12,000. The members of Red Velvet viewed their performance positively as well. She sat by Kim Jong Un as numerous specialties of Pyongyang were served to their South K...

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  • Planned Parenthood chief: Kushner threatened to defund us over abortions
Planned Parenthood chief: Kushner threatened to defund us over abortions

In her new memoir, Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards shares a "surreal" encounter with White House senior adviser Jared Kushner in which he reportedly offered to secure more federal funding for the reproductive health nonprofit-if it agreed to stop providing abortion care to women.

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  • Prince Philip Confessed to hospital for Operation
Prince Philip Confessed to hospital for Operation

When the couple announced their engagement previous year, there was surely no doubt Prince Philip would attend their wedding, but his current condition has led to much uncertainty. Prince Philip retired from 65 years of public service in August 2017, more than five years after the palace first said he would gradually "wind down" his workload, thoug...

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  • Riverdale's KJ Apa replaces Kian Lawley in The Hate U Give
Riverdale's KJ Apa replaces Kian Lawley in The Hate U Give

Those reshoots were deemed necessary after video surfaced of Lawley making racist remarks, and it's sure hard to sell a topical movie like this one with that kind of cloud hanging over the film. The reshoots will be extensive, as this character has many scenes not only with Stenberg's character but also in large crowds. Apa's casting in The Hate...

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  • Lies in Mueller Probe Send Dutch Attorney to Prison
Lies in Mueller Probe Send Dutch Attorney to Prison

Completion of the investigation requires interviewing Trump himself, The Washington Post noted. But legal experts told the outlet that doesn't necessarily mean Trump is safe from becoming a target in the probe - especially if investigators get any necessary information from him during an interview.

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  • Caste protests turn deadly in India
Caste protests turn deadly in India

And the statistics suggest it's getting worse, particularly in some of the states where the protests were most intense. " If the central government had clear intentions, it could have immediately filed a petition against the order and should not have waited for an aggressive reaction from the people ".

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