• Aqib Talib lawyer confirms Broncos CB shot himself in leg

    Aqib Talib lawyer confirms Broncos CB shot himself in leg

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    WFAA also obtained police photos from the incident, including Talib's bandaged right leg and the Rolls-Royce stained with blood. "According to reports, the Broncos star shot himself through the thigh and the bullet struck his calf". The NFL says they are looking into the June incident to see if Talib violated its personal conduct policy and determine whether or not he could still face discipline.
  • Georgia lawmaker, traveling with storm relief money, is shot

    Georgia lawmaker, traveling with storm relief money, is shot

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    Gerald Greene was shot Thursday but is in stable condition after being wounded in the leg. He said Greene was in considerable pain when he limped into his store after being shot Thursday afternoon. The robber did not get the donations to the American Red Cross he had with him, he said. Greene, a Republican from Cuthbert, Georgia, was released from a hospital Thursday evening.
  • Kalamazoo protest targets Dakota Access Pipeline and banks

    Kalamazoo protest targets Dakota Access Pipeline and banks

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    The protest took place in downtown Kalamazoo late Friday afternoon. The Morton County Sheriff's Department, Republican North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum, North Dakota US Attorney Chris Meyers and congressional delegations have all requested federal support from Trump administration, The Daily Caller learned from the Morton County Sheriff's Department.
  • Two Dead in Atlanta Crash

    Two Dead in Atlanta Crash

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    Richie Harris. The truck driver's identity was not released. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (http://on-ajc.com/2kbygKH ) reports the woman was identified as 47-year-old Ashley Tewell, of Decatur. The driver then headed eastbound on Memorial Drive. The driver crossed the center line, striking the westbound vehicle head-on, according to the GSP.
  • Blagojevich's daughter hits Obama for not commuting sentence

    Blagojevich's daughter hits Obama for not commuting sentence

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    Among her many criticisms, Amy said Obama "betrayed the concept of justice". "Wouldn't you do anything to spare them the agony of visiting you in prison? You know as well as anyone, that my father is guilty of nothing", she said. "And by the second term you had to campaign for Hillary". Among the insults Amy Blagojevich, left, launched at President Obama, the daughter of the impeached governor suggested he's "either a awful parent or a disgusting person" considering how acquainted he must ...
  • London tube strikes planned for February over station staffing

    London tube strikes planned for February over station staffing

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    Mick Cash, of the RMT union said that "strenuous efforts" had been made to prevent the earlier walkouts, but "the door has been slammed in our faces". (1800 GMT) on Sunday Feb. 5 and again for 15 hours on Tuesday Feb. 7. from 10 a.m. "We urge the RMT to continue talking to us so that we can reach a resolution".
  • Oklahoma lawmaker accused of sexual harassment to testify

    Oklahoma lawmaker accused of sexual harassment to testify

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    Kirby says he and his attorney were not notified or present during the questioning of witnesses, and was not given a list of witnesses or the results of any investigation that was already completed. State finance records show the woman accepted a payment of more than $28,000 and her attorneys accepted more than $16,000. I adamantly deny that I sexually harassed anyone who worked with me at the Capitol.
  • Rick Scott Announces $15 Million for Beach Restoration Following Hurricane Matthew

    Rick Scott Announces $15 Million for Beach Restoration Following Hurricane Matthew

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    Scott said the funding will be for dune restorations in Volusia, Flagler, Brevard and St. Johns counties. "We have money in our budget for beach refurbishment". "So there are things we have to do on an emergency basis". Flagler County Administrator Craig Coffey had estimated residential damage to total more than $66 million, including 11 destroyed homes and 154 homes with major damage.