• Palm Springs Police 'Awake in a Nightmare' After Fatal Shootings

    Palm Springs Police 'Awake in a Nightmare' After Fatal Shootings

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    Authorities say the man suspected of fatally shooting two police officers in Palm Springs, California, emerged wearing soft body armor after police shot a chemical agent into the home where he was holed up for hours. Officer Vega, who was married with eight children, had been with the department for 35 years. He was a 35-year veteran police officer, headed for retirement.
  • Mafia, sorella Matteo Messina Denaro condannata a 14 anni

    Mafia, sorella Matteo Messina Denaro condannata a 14 anni

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    I tre condannati erano stati arrestati nel dicembre del 2013 nell'operazione Eden, portata a termine congiuntamente da Dia, Polizia di Stato, Arma dei Carabinieri e Guardia di Finanza. Anche Guttadauro era stato condannato per associazione mafiosa e per concorso nella stessa tentata estorsione nei confronti delle eredi Bonagiuso. Il processo nasce da un'indagine del dicembre 2013 che fece luce sulla rete dei colonnelli e dei gregari del boss latitante, svelando il ruolo della sorella che, ...
  • Florida power outages: More than 1 million in the dark

    Florida power outages: More than 1 million in the dark

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    According to the World Food Programme's director in Haiti, Carlos Veloso, it's believed that the highest number of deaths is in the country's south-western peninsula-an area that has been largely cut off by land, though some aid has started to make it's way in via helicopter.
  • EU Leaders Close Ranks to Deny Britain Good Brexit Deal

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    He added that the government's proposal, which was part of Brexit talks on immigration, had been "misinterpreted". He will make his case on the floor of the Commons following a statement by Brexit Secretary David Davis on Monday afternoon. But the source said a parliamentary vote on the terms of Brexit "is simply an attempt to find another way to thwart the will of the British people".
  • Obama says US needs to be 'judicious' about troop use in Syria

    Obama says US needs to be 'judicious' about troop use in Syria

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    Ryabkov was quoted as saying that Moscow saw no alternative to an original U.S. -Russia plan to try to get a ceasefire in Syria and that Washington should focus on implementing it. A bakery in another rebel-held district was hit around 3 a.m., as people lined up to collect bread, residents said. A video shot by Medlej shows the bakery destroyed and a crater outside, with water leaking and walls scorched.
  • Clinton and Trump share Supreme Court appointment priorities at debate

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    Wade decision establishing a national right to abortion and would have to show that they would overturn the Citizens United decision that established free speech campaign rights for interest groups. Wade is settled law", Mrs. Clinton said while campaigning in Madison, Wisconsin, where the next primary is slated for next week. Trump then mentioned his picks for the Supreme Court, a list he released earlier this year and is a veritable who's who of conservatives - some with anti-LGBT ...
  • NSA In Deep Trouble As Another Contractor Arrested

    NSA In Deep Trouble As Another Contractor Arrested

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    It was the latest disclosure of details of cyber spying by the US government since Snowden stole and released a massive trove of documents that exposed the reach of the NSA's surveillance programs at home and overseas. He voluntarily agreed to an interview. According to the complaint, Martin initially denied taking the documents but later admitted to storing them in his home and vehicle, despite knowing they were classified.
  • Fla. Gov. Scott: 'We are blessed' after Matthew misses coast

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    Unfortunately, this is going to continue through the night", Gov. Rick Scott said . The National Weather Service is reporting storm surge inundation of more than six feet in Charleston. "It wasn't this bad at our house, but here there's a lot of damage", said Zowi Cuartas, 18, as he watched people pick up shattered signs knocked down by the wind and waves near the beach.
  • Darren Clarke explains Willett decision

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    The Masters champion has been busy apologising to US players and their captain Davis Love III , to his own European team mates and captain Darren Clarke for Pete Willett's crude depictions and the timing of them, and now yearns to get on with enjoying his first experience at a Ryder Cup .
  • Hurricane Matthew could damage billions of dollars' worth of USA property

    Hurricane Matthew could damage billions of dollars' worth of USA property

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    A fast-weakening Hurricane Matthew which has been blamed for at least four deaths in the United States, all in Florida, continued its march along the Atlantic coast. A major storm surge of 8 feet or more is approaching low-lying areas in the state, including Charleston. Tony Williams, 54, who said he is homeless, rode his bicycle against huge wind gusts after spending the night in a public garage.