• Hurricane Matthew: 2 dead in St. Lucie County

    Hurricane Matthew: 2 dead in St. Lucie County

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    The woman was is an unincorporated area of the county, where there were not mandatory evacuations. The district is considering this a storm-related death because emergency crews could not respond to the call. The deadly storm could produce a potentially devastating storm surge of up to 10 feet over about 500 miles of coast that stretches from Florida, to Georgia and up into SC.
  • Befitting response given to Pakistan's ceasefire violation: Defence PRO

    Befitting response given to Pakistan's ceasefire violation: Defence PRO

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    Pakistan has stepped up cross-border firing after the surgical strikes on September 29 by the India Army to destroy terror launchpads in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir. While the global community has condemned the terror attack on the Uri Army base in Jammu and Kashmir and urged Pakistan to clamp down on terrorists, most countries have urged both the countries to de-escalate the situation.
  • Curfew lifted in Seminole and Orange County

    Curfew lifted in Seminole and Orange County

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    Seminole County Sheriff's Office and Emergency Operations strongly encourage residents to remain off the roads and highways, as significant hazards are present. Anyone still needing to get to shelters should do so immediately, she said. "There's still time, but there's not much time", she said. Five other shelters - Odyssey Middle School, Apopka High School, Corner Lake Middle, Timber Creek High School and Barnett Park - have availability.
  • Hurricane Matthew Memes Make Light Of Storm - See The Funny Images

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    Augustine Mayor Nancy Shaver lamented as battleship-gray floodwaters coursed through the streets of the 451-year-old city founded by the Spanish. Hurricane Matthew killed more than 800 people and left tens of thousands homeless in its rampage through Haiti earlier this week before it lashed Florida on Friday with howling winds and rolled northward up the US Atlantic coast.
  • InterVarsity Will Fire Any Who Back Gay Marriage

    InterVarsity Will Fire Any Who Back Gay Marriage

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    One of the largest evangelical Christian organisations on U.S. college campuses has told its staff - around 1,300 of them - that they will be fired if they support gay marriage, according to Time Magazine . Dias writes, "LGBTQ individuals can remain on staff if they remain celibate and affirm the position paper". IVCF invited staff to study the paper and explore its conclusions.
  • Trump Blames Politicians for Tax History, Praises Own 'Talent'

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    The state attorney general's office, which has clashed with Trump over his foundation and the former Trump University real estate investing school, said it would need a referral from another agency to launch a criminal probe. His poll numbers rose, giving a boost to GOP senators down-ticket while improving Republican prospects of keeping the House. "Honestly, I have brilliantly used those laws", Trump said.
  • Charlotte Police To Release Video Of Keith Scott Shooting

    Charlotte Police To Release Video Of Keith Scott Shooting

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    Photo Gallery Unrest in Charlotte , N.C. Police say that when officers returned, they again saw Scott in possession of a gun and loudly identified themselves as police and gave "clear, loud and repeated" verbal commands to drop the gun. State investigators have interviewed most of the critical witnesses in the shooting, McCrory said. While police officials have said the video supports officers' account, lawyers for Scott's family - who were allowed to see the video - have said it shows ...
  • Obama vetoes 9-11 bill, possible override by Congress looms

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    The Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) bill, passed by both the chambers of the Republican controlled Congress, would have jeopardised the long standing worldwide principles regarding sovereignty and would have made adverse impact with United States interests and nationals overseas, Obama said .
  • Obama administration quietly delaying deportation of Central Americans, report claims

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    Some of those affected had failed to report to government offices to be fitted with Global Positioning System ankle bracelets, according to a February memo from the chief immigration judge in Arlington, Va., Print Maggard. And yet, lawyers say, even this attempt to speed things along could lead to more delays. Numerous cases have now been pushed back for years, with some as late as 2023.