• Brad Pitt's abuse investigation focusing on treatment of his son, source says

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    We've got videos of Solange freaking out at Jay Z in elevators and Brad freaking out at Angelina in planes. People confirmed last week that Pitt was under investigation for child abuse by the L.A. Publicly, Brad Pitt hasn't had much to say since the news of the divorce broke, though he has released a statement asking for privacy for his children throughout the process.
  • Hungarians oppose European Union migrant policy, but not in enough numbers for impact

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    In an opinion piece published on Saturday, Orban said Hungarians had "a duty" to help his government fight the failed "liberal methods" of the "Brussels elite". Orban hopes that a rejection of European Union quotas in the referendum will be mimicked by others and force Brussels to reconsider the scheme. In a Sunday evening television address, Orban said the European Union can not force migration policies on Hungary and vowed to fight any efforts to do so.
  • Energy Transfer Partners purchases ND ranch near DAPL protest camp

    Energy Transfer Partners purchases ND ranch near DAPL protest camp

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    Warren said Energy Transfer remains committed to finishing the project- which is more than 60 percent complete-"within the confines of the law". Rain caused almost 100 protesters to take shelter on the portico of the Old Capitol on Thursday, but it didn't dampen the message of the "Water is Life" rally against a new oil pipeline.
  • Mafia, blitz a San Giuseppe Jato

    Mafia, blitz a San Giuseppe Jato

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    Nel corso dell'indagine è stata documentata in presa diretta la violenta reazione dei nuovi vertici nei confronti dei vecchi, accusati di avere violato ripetutamente le regole di Cosa nostra . La carriera di Giovan Battista Ciulla , capo della famiglia di Monreale , fu stroncata nel giro di qualche mese. Questa smania di prevalere provoca il risentimento dei vertici del mandamento.
  • Orrore a Torino, feto di 8 mesi trovato morto in un armadio

    Orrore a Torino, feto di 8 mesi trovato morto in un armadio

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    Dentro l'appartamento i militari hanno trovato un uomo, il marito 35enne, i loro figlioletti di 5 e 7 anni e, nascosto all'interno di un armadio , un feto senza vita di circa 8 mesi. Ci sono indagini in corso per chiarire la dinamica di quanto è avvenuto, ma al momento non risultano esserci indagati. La procura di Torino sta cercando di fare chiarezza su quello che è successo in quella casa.
  • Charlotte Police-Fatal Shooting

    Charlotte Police-Fatal Shooting

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    The obituary did mention that Scott and his wife had seven children and two grandchildren. Images taken near the police headquarters show officers blocking off streets Tuesday, a week after a black man was shot to death by police. Some of those warrants have already been served, and police records show 22 people, nearly all from Charlotte , were arrested during and after protests.
  • Samsung's Smartwatches Will Soon Be Able To Control The Gear VR

    Samsung's Smartwatches Will Soon Be Able To Control The Gear VR

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    A report from SamMobile has revealed that according to their sources, it would seem that Samsung is now developing an app for its smartwatches that will let users control the Gear VR from their wrist. There is now no information on the approximate release date or even a release window of this app though SamMobile speculates that the smartwatch controller might launch simultaneously with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 flagship in early 2017.
  • Hurricane warning issued for the Bahamas

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    Workers of the Emergency Operation Centre in the Dominican Republic monitor Hurricane Matthew on October 3, 2016, as it lumbers through the Caribbean Sea. 3, 2016. United Airlines said Tuesday that it will waive change fees and any difference in fare for customers scheduled to fly Wednesday through Friday to, from or through five airports in Florida.
  • September 11 families can now sue the Saudis but will it matter?

    September 11 families can now sue the Saudis but will it matter?

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    It was the first time in Obama's presidency that Congress has overturned one of his vetoes . Until now none have been overridden. The United States has a larger global presence, by far, than any other country, and sovereign immunity principles protect our nation and its Armed Forces, officials, and assistance professionals, from foreign court proceedings.