• Police videos released in Stephon Clark shooting
Police videos released in Stephon Clark shooting

Clark , 22, was standing in his grandmother's yard when he was shot eight times by police on March 18 , after officers responded to reports of a vehicle vandal. He continues to walk around Clark's body, focusing his flashlight on it for a few seconds. The corresponding video of the muted time frame from the female officer who was with him was not ...

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  • Donald Trump has 'direct talks with North Korea at EXTREMELY high levels'
Donald Trump has 'direct talks with North Korea at EXTREMELY high levels'

The threat posed by North Korea's nuclear program was underscored the last time the leaders met at Mar-a-Lago, in February 2017. "Not allowing North Korea to threaten the USA just means that we remain committed to achieving the complete, verifiable, and irreversible denuclearization of the Korean peninsula", a White House official said .

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  • Israel Reveals Details on Iranian Presence in Syria
Israel Reveals Details on Iranian Presence in Syria

Iran's official IRNA news agency says gunmen have shot and killed two guards at an outpost along the country's southeastern border with Pakistan. Israel released details on Tuesday about what it described as an Iranian "air force" deployed in neighboring Syria, including civilian planes suspected of transferring arms, a signal that these could ...

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  • Bertucci's Bankruptcy: Pizza Chain to Close Locations, File Chapter 11
Bertucci's Bankruptcy: Pizza Chain to Close Locations, File Chapter 11

Bertucci's , an Italian-restaurant chain with locations across the East Coast, has filed for bankruptcy protection according to a company release. While reports say the majority of locations will stay open, the Chapter 11 filing - which was completed in DE - has already led to the closing of several stores.

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  • May wants Nigeria, Commonwealth nations to embrace homosexuality
May wants Nigeria, Commonwealth nations to embrace homosexuality

She added that she's aware her country put these laws into place years ago, but they were wrong then, she said. "They were wrong then, and they are wrong now". The post "Nobody Should Face Discrimination Or Persecution For Being A Gay Or Lesbian"- British Prime Minister Tells President To Legalise Same-Sex Marriage appeared first on Happenings I...

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  • NK leader says Chinese artists' visit will help strengthen ties
NK leader says Chinese artists' visit will help strengthen ties

Kim, according to South Korean interlocutors, has said that in exchange for giving up his nuclear weapons, he would request a USA affirmation that it would not attack or invade North Korea and will provide a security guarantee, as well as a promise to work toward normalized ties.

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  • Starbucks Arrests Incite Outrage in Black Community
Starbucks Arrests Incite Outrage in Black Community

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney, who met with Johnson on Monday, said the city will review its guidelines on how to respond to future requests for police assistance. The company's CEO, Kevin Johnson , was in Philadelphia on Monday to meet with the two men and apologize in person, a Starbucks spokesperson told CBS Philadelphia .

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  • Hart family left shortly after child services visited, neighbor told agency
Hart family left shortly after child services visited, neighbor told agency

Police previously announced they believed Hart drove the auto off of the cliff intentionally. Jennifer and Sarah Hart were white; their adoptive children were black. A specialized team of accident investigators is trying to figure that out with help from the FBI, Carpenter said. The bodies may have been swept away by the ocean.

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  • TNReady Testing Delayed in Rutherford County for Second Day
TNReady Testing Delayed in Rutherford County for Second Day

However, the attacker may take these same steps again, and Questar is actively working on further reinforcements, including notifying authorities. "We need to try to get back on track", he said. CST when students could not log on or submit their tests. Additionally, The Tennessean reported Knox County, Williamson County and Wilson County scho...

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  • Barcelona eye £60m Martial deal as Manchester United talks stall
Barcelona eye £60m Martial deal as Manchester United talks stall

On Tuesday, the Italian newspaper have a lengthy article on the Frenchman's situation at Old Trafford, and what appeared to be a mere rumour at first appears to be veering towards a cold reality: the 22-year-old could very well leave. Bayern are reportedly keen to bring the former Monaco striker to Germany as the long-term heir to their ageing wing...

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  • Senators Propose Legislation To Update Authorities Used To Fight Terror Abroad
Senators Propose Legislation To Update Authorities Used To Fight Terror Abroad

Since then, Congress has passed roughly a dozen AUMFs , according to the Congressional Research Service. "For as long as I have helped lead the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, beginning as ranking member in 2013, we have been engaged in a discussion over the 2001 AUMF, which provides the legal authority necessary to fight terror overseas", s...

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  • Tax Day 2018: Big Banks Already Reaping Huge Benefits From Trump's Plan
Tax Day 2018: Big Banks Already Reaping Huge Benefits From Trump's Plan

With just 12 hours before Tuesday's deadline for filing federal, state and local income taxes, Wood County Indivisible marked the day demonstrating in front of the Parkersburg office of U.S. Other big banks, including Wells Fargo , Citigroup , J.P. Morgan and Goldman Sachs , all filed quarterly earnings reports over the last few days that best...

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  • Eurocontrol warns airlines of possible Syria missile strike
Eurocontrol warns airlines of possible Syria missile strike

A Ryanair spokesman said the budget airline's flights are "operating normally". Aviation regulators have been stepping up monitoring of conflict zones since Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was downed by a surface-to-air missile over Ukraine in 2014, killing all 298 people on board.

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  • United Kingdom says Skripals were poisoned in liquid form
United Kingdom says Skripals were poisoned in liquid form

Skripal, 66, a former colonel in Russia's military intelligence who betrayed dozens of agents to Britain's MI6 foreign spy service, and his daughter Yulia, 33, were found unconscious on a bench in the cathedral city of Salisbury on March 4.

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  • Big Reward Now Offered for Info on Lois Riess
Big Reward Now Offered for Info on Lois Riess

Police say Riess is considered armed and extremely risky, despite her age and appearance. Anyone who sees her is advised to call 911. Riess has no criminal record, according to authorities. Riess stole Hutchinson's auto, which has been seen in Louisiana and Texas. Marceno said Hutchinson's auto had been spotted in Louisiana and around Corpus Chri...

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  • Sandy Hook parents have just hit Alex Jones with defamation lawsuits
Sandy Hook parents have just hit Alex Jones with defamation lawsuits

The parents are seeking $1 million in damages from Jones and his company Infowars and Free Speech Systems LLC. Noah Pozner and Jesse Lewis were in separate classrooms. The two lawsuits filed on Monday in Travis County, Texas, where Jones resides, are likely the first defamation cases concerning Sandy Hook brought against Jones, who has called t...

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  • What does James Comey's
What does James Comey's "A Higher Loyalty" mean in the big picture?

While Trump's alleged behavior is hardly surprising to anyone who has, well, heard him speak or read a single "Presidential" Tweet, it's truly jaw-dropping to hear some of Comey's unbridled evaluations. "I think he's morally unfit to be president ". "If it differs at all from what he provided the special counsel, you can be sure that there will ...

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  • Sean Hannity blasts media
Sean Hannity blasts media

Stormy Daniels' attorney Michael Avenatti, who was in the room, said it was like "a bomb went off". "This has been a very weird day in the news ", MSNBC host Rachel Maddow said during her show, which airs opposite Hannity . After explaining the details over Cohen's confession, who also reportedly negotiated a $1.6 million payment to ...

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  • Missouri attorney general: Greitens could face new charge
Missouri attorney general: Greitens could face new charge

Hawley said his office did not discuss these new developments with Gov. Greitens before the press conference. A top official with the St. Louis Circuit Attorney's Office says the "egregious mistake" of hiring a man who bungled the investigation of Missouri Gov.

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  • Mehbooba Mufti, Hurriyat Conference for Indo-Pak talks
Mehbooba Mufti, Hurriyat Conference for Indo-Pak talks

The resignations could be a strategy of the BJP to exert pressure on Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti ahead of the upcoming Cabinet reshuffle in the state. The former forest minister said Mufti has failed to gauge the popular sentiment. "We resigned because the perception created by the national media was not good.

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  • Tax Day is tomorrow - information for the procrastinators
Tax Day is tomorrow - information for the procrastinators

Whether you've hired a tax preparer or filed them yourself. You can file the extension for free online at the IRS website , or print it out and send it by April 17. To find out how much, look at last year's return. Tax Day 2018 is upon us, and some restaurants are celebrating with Tax Day deals! The most common mistakes when filing taxes are ...

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  • First Lady Barbara Bush Visits Oklahoma City
First Lady Barbara Bush Visits Oklahoma City

The iconic woman decided over the weekend to seek comfort care in her home rather than seek further treatment at the hospital. Her husband of 73 years, former President George H.W. After wearing a triple-strand false pearl necklace to her husband's presidential inauguration in 1989, she sparked a trend and the piece of jewellery became associat...

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  • Auburn site of National Drug Take Back Day collection
Auburn site of National Drug Take Back Day collection

The event helps residents clean out their cabinets of old or unused medication, preventing it from being stolen or abused. "Rates of prescription drug abuse in the USA are alarmingly high, as are the number of accidental poisonings and overdoses due to these drugs", Cook County Chief Deputy Will Sandstrom said in a statement.

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  • Jacksonville business cited for flying military flags, mayor says 'let them fly'
Jacksonville business cited for flying military flags, mayor says 'let them fly'

The warning didn't sit well with a customer-a military veteran who told Power that he thought it was wrong to take down the flags. The rooftop display included two US flags, flags representing each branch for the military and another one representing the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to WJXT .

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  • Central Park Removing Statue Of Doctor Who Experimented On Female Slaves
Central Park Removing Statue Of Doctor Who Experimented On Female Slaves

Sims was a 19th century surgeon who is considered a pioneer in the field of gynecology. Sims' also developed a technique to fix vesicovaginal fistuas, a painful tear that could happen during childbirth. As far as Green-Wood Cemetary is concerned, J. Marion Sims is definitively absent from their list of "famous residents," and his gravesite must b...

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