• Weekend of windy, hot weather could drive California flames into new areas
Weekend of windy, hot weather could drive California flames into new areas

It burned so furiously on July 26 that it created a "fire whirl" that reached speeds of 143 miles per hour, which rivaled some of the most destructive Midwest tornados, National Weather Service meteorologist Duane Dykema said . The NWS has issued warnings for critical fire weather conditions for the rest of Friday and Saturday as a series of d...

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  • Trump says he might delay shutdown showdown until after elections
Trump says he might delay shutdown showdown until after elections

He said the border funding issue in particular would probably have to wait until after the elections. Trump campaigned on the promise of building a wall to deter illegal immigration and making Mexico pay for it. At a later press conference, Navarrete Prida said that "if the United States shielded its border to stop the illegal entry of weapon...

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  • Passengers and crew survive Mexico air crash
Passengers and crew survive Mexico air crash

Two people were in critical condition, including the pilot and a minor, the state health department said. Flight #2431 was taking off at the General Guadalupe Victoria International Airport in the northwest Mexican state of Durango Tuesday afternoon when it crashed, according to Durango state Governor José Rosas Aispuro Torres.

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  • Buy Prince Harry’s Audi on Auto Trader
Buy Prince Harry’s Audi on Auto Trader

The 17 reg has around 4,464 miles on the clock and unsurprisingly, just one previous owner. 'The vehicle boasts a 17 reg and low mileage, so it begs the question, why is the prince selling so soon? The Duke of Sussex has listed his 2017 Audi RS6 Avant on the market after just one year, and we can't help but wonder, is this to make room for a ...

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  • Yellowstone NP superintendent: Man taunting bison was 'reckless, dangerous and illegal'
Yellowstone NP superintendent: Man taunting bison was 'reckless, dangerous and illegal'

Yellowstone is the only place in the United States where bison have lived continuously since prehistoric times. "Oh my God, no no no no." a woman says. "The individual's behavior in this video is reckless, dangerous, and illegal". These distances safeguard both visitors and the experience of sharing a landscape with thousands of freely-roaming an...

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"Imminent failure" possible of College Lake Dam

Members of the Campbell County Fire Department wade through water at an apartment complex in Lynchburg, Va ., Aug. 2, 2018. A deluge of rain in Virginia has prompted evacuations below an overflowing dam in Lynchburg. The City of Lynchburg has created an interactive map to see if you're in a potential flooding area should the College Lake Dam fai...

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  • Trump thanks North Korea's Kim for handing over war remains
Trump thanks North Korea's Kim for handing over war remains

The vice president spoke for a few minutes before the ceremony began, calling it "tangible progress in our efforts to achieve peace on the Korean Peninsula". "This should hasten identifications quite a bit". These remains are presumed to be American, but many other nations fought in the Korean War, and it's possible the remains may come from one ...

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  • Trump, Mueller near final stages of talks for interview in Russian Federation probe
Trump, Mueller near final stages of talks for interview in Russian Federation probe

In a Tuesday tweet immediately following the start of Manafort's trial, Trump said that charges against his former campaign manager had "nothing to do with collusion" and suggested that any attempt to establish links to Russian Federation was "a Hoax".

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  • Police name suspect in murder of former Bush doctor Mark Hausknecht
Police name suspect in murder of former Bush doctor Mark Hausknecht

In a press conference this afternoon Chief Art Acevedo said police work with help from the community led them to Joseph James Pappas, who remained at large at the time of the afternoon announcement. Dr Hausknecht treated President Bush in 2000 for an irregular heartbeat after the former politician complained of lightheadedness. "There was a lot o...

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  • 'Mollie's lending me her strength': Mollie Tibbetts' family announces $172,000 reward fund
'Mollie's lending me her strength': Mollie Tibbetts' family announces $172,000 reward fund

A person mowing a lawn found the item of clothing near the Lincoln Wildfire Reserve, the reports said earlier Thursday. "Sometimes I just feel her sitting on my shoulder", she said. Family members have told local news outlets that it would be out of character for Mollie to disappear on her own. Investigators, with the help of Federal Bureau o...

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  • Promoting voter ID, Trump says ID needed to buy groceries
Promoting voter ID, Trump says ID needed to buy groceries

Among key ballots this November 6 is a close contest between Republican Rick Scott and Democrat Bill Nelson for a US Senate seat that is crucial for Republicans to win if they want to keep control of Congress. But Pennsylvania - and especially the Rust Belt swaths of the state, including Luzerne County, where Wilkes-Barre sits - also occupies a s...

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  • CNN SNOWFLAKE: Acosta Whines About 'UN-AMERICAN' Treatment from Sarah Sanders
CNN SNOWFLAKE: Acosta Whines About 'UN-AMERICAN' Treatment from Sarah Sanders

Given an opportunity to say unequivocally that American journalists are not " the enemy of the people ", as President Donald Trump has declared, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders declined on Thursday. Trump himself shared one of Acosta's videos of Trump supporters at the rally to his 53 million Twitter followers, retweeing ...

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  • What's next for the 4 million stripped of citizenship in India?
What's next for the 4 million stripped of citizenship in India?

India says the process is to root out hordes of illegal Bangladeshi migrants, according to the BBC report. Urging not to create panic, he also said that if anyone was not satisfied with the NRC's final draft, that person would get an opportunity to file claims and objections as per provisions in the law and also approach the Foreigners' Tribu...

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  • Trump team wants to roll back Obama-era mileage standards
Trump team wants to roll back Obama-era mileage standards

Trump's decision to challenge California's authority to regulate vehicle emissions upends decades of federal policy that allowed the most populous and richest us state to combat air pollution that particularly afflicts Los Angeles. A Transportation Department spokesperson called the estimate of job losses "rough approximations". "Federal ru...

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  • Kansas firefighters head west to help battle wildfires
Kansas firefighters head west to help battle wildfires

Dubbed the Eel fire, it started about 3:30 p.m.in the Black Butte River Ranch area. Despite the outlook, strong gusts along the upper ridge lines were a concern on the fire's rugged western flanks, a few miles from the town of Lewiston, which remained evacuated.

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  • Trump receives new letter from Kim
Trump receives new letter from Kim

Trump tweeted early Thursday his thanks to the North Korean leader "for your nice letter - I look forward to seeing you soon!" "Given the fact that the North Koreans reaffirmed that commitment to Secretary Pompeo last month, we fully expect that there might be an environment in which case they would be open to sitting down to negotiate", he said....

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  • Republicans won't budge on Kavanaugh documents amid Dem accusations of hiding records
Republicans won't budge on Kavanaugh documents amid Dem accusations of hiding records

Republicans are calling Democrats' request for more documents a delay tactic, but the letter from the National Archives shows that Kavanaugh's confirmation may be delayed even without Democratic action. Grassley's requested deadline. But they don't contain the broader cache of files being sought by Democrats from Kavanaugh's time as Bush's staf...

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  • Defense of Trump Shifts as Evidence of Contacts With Russians Mounts
Defense of Trump Shifts as Evidence of Contacts With Russians Mounts

Throwing yet another spanner in the works, Giuliani called Fox News again on Monday, hours after his morning appearance, to admit that there was a meeting before the Trump Tower meeting to discuss strategy. The other 31 people charged have either pleaded guilty or are Russians seen as unlikely to enter an American courtroom. "He said, No. 1, th...

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  • Top Officials Highlight Election Security
Top Officials Highlight Election Security

After painting a scary picture of Russian Federation conducting a "pervasive messaging campaign... to try to weaken and divide the United States", and " undermine our democratic values ", Coats acknowledged that it's " not the kind of robust campaign that we assessed in the 2016 election ".

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  • Israel 'thwarts IS attack' on Golan Heights
Israel 'thwarts IS attack' on Golan Heights

Jonathan Conricus, said in a telephone briefing with reporters that he could not immediately comment on the deployment on the Syrian side of the border. We've got more newsletters we think you'll find interesting. The Tel Aviv regime, at the time, claimed that its assault was in response to a barrage of 20 rockets fired from Syria at Israeli mili...

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  • John Kelly plans to stay as Trump's chief of staff through 2020
John Kelly plans to stay as Trump's chief of staff through 2020

President Donald Trump's inner circle. "I'm leaving and I'm not coming back", Kelly has told his aides, only to show up for work the following day, according to Politico , which reported that he has spent early mornings at his gym. His paltry-in-comparison $179,700 salary reminds us of how he, and many others now serving in the Trump adminis...

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  • How some states are fighting to stop 'undetectable' 3D-printed guns
How some states are fighting to stop 'undetectable' 3D-printed guns

At a news conference Tuesday, Connecticut Sen. "As part of this decision, the United States has determined that the kind of guns you can go and buy in any store are not a threat to national security", Soskin said of the settlement. Several gun control groups and some lawmakers are fighting back. The president seemed to express surprise. One...

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  • A Year Of California Wildfires
A Year Of California Wildfires

Aided for a third straight day by diminished winds, ground crews extended buffer lines carved out of thick, dry brush along the fire's edge to 35 percent of its perimeter, with partial containment lines continuing even farther, officials said .

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  • Mamata Banerjee dismisses PM face speculations, says aim is to defeat BJP
Mamata Banerjee dismisses PM face speculations, says aim is to defeat BJP

The government said the draft was not meant to drive people out and those struck out of the list would have a chance to reapply. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee warned that BJP led NDA government's steps will lead to a civil war and bloodbath.

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  • HEROES RETURN: Trump Thanks Kim for Returning Remains of US Soldiers
HEROES RETURN: Trump Thanks Kim for Returning Remains of US Soldiers

Earlier Thursday, Trump thanked Kim on Twitter. The Trump Administration has lauded Pyongyang's return of fallen servicemen as a successful outcome of the summit, at which a four-point agreement was reached between the two leaders. Friday's transfer of the remains on the Korean Peninsula coincided with the 65th anniversary of the 1953 armistice...

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