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That afternoon, the store Clerk at the Chevron dialed 911 to report that Mercado was back at the gas station. The Facebook page states that an officer identified Mercado and additional police arrived at the scene. A cash reward of up to $2,500 was offered for information leading to his arrest by the Fugitive Task Force. It believed that he stowed away under a garbage truck or a state vehicle.
  • Surprise fall in Wipro net

    Surprise fall in Wipro net

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    The companys IT services revenue stood at Dollars 2.031 billion (in constant currency terms) growing 0.9 per cent sequentially, in line with its guidance of 0-2 per cent growth for the said quarter. As a result of the bankruptcy impact, the operating margin in the declined 2.4 per cent to 14.8 per cent from 17.2 per cent due to the provision and 17.3 per cent quarter ago and 18.3 per cent year ago.
  • Car Ploughs Into Pedestrians In Brazil

    Car Ploughs Into Pedestrians In Brazil

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    A police official was quoted by the AFP news agency as confirming the accident was not a terrorist attack. A black hatchback drove into a sidewalk near Rio de Janeiro's tourist-packed Copacabana promenade early morning, ramming into people and injuring many.
  • 5 reasons the Jacksonville Jaguars can upset the New England Patriots

    5 reasons the Jacksonville Jaguars can upset the New England Patriots

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    It's no surprise that Brady is back. Meanwhile, Case Keenum will continue his dream season with the help of Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs, two stud receivers who have combined for over 2,000 yards on the year. He returned to New England after the Pats traded Jimmy Garoppolo to the 49ers. But the Jaguars have the talent to pressure Brady consistently and defend the middle of the field.
  • Dueces! Trump Appointee Quits After Saying 'The Black Race' Has 'Lax' Morals

    Dueces! Trump Appointee Quits After Saying 'The Black Race' Has 'Lax' Morals

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    Carl Higbie resigned as chief of external affairs for the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), a spokeswoman for the department told CNN . I think it is a breakdown of the mind. After Trump's election win, Higbie was criticized by members of Congress, including Rep. Doris Matsui, D-Calif., for citing the USA use of Japanese internment camps during World War II as a precedent for a potential immigrant registry .
  • White House responds to criticisms from Jeff Flake, John McCain

    White House responds to criticisms from Jeff Flake, John McCain

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    The communist regime in Cuba has denied launching the attacks, putting Flake squarely in defense of the regime's lies as he criticizes President Trump for oppressing American media. Sen. While taking question from reporters on Wednesday afternoon, it was only a matter of time before Sarah Huckabee Sanders made remarks that caused controversy.
  • Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) year to date performance remained at 5.33%

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    Callahan Advisors LLC now owns 178,110 shares of the software giant's stock worth $13,267,000 after purchasing an additional 1,323 shares during the last quarter. 61 funds opened positions while 130 raised stakes. 444,688 were reported by Bluestein R H And Communications. Summit Gru Limited Company holds 0.23% of its portfolio in Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT ) for 18,400 shares.
  • Video Assistant Referee branded a 'shambles' in Chelsea's FA Cup win

    Video Assistant Referee branded a 'shambles' in Chelsea's FA Cup win

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    But the Blues escaped to advance to a fourth-round tie with Newcastle as Willy Caballero saved from Nelson Oliveira and Eden Hazard ensured Chelsea scored all five of their spot-kicks. After the kick-off was delayed for 15 minutes due to traffic congestion around the stadium, Chelsea dominated the first half and nearly went ahead when Danny Drinkwater's 25-yard drive hit the crossbar.
  • No motive discovered in Las Vegas mass shooting, sheriff says

    No motive discovered in Las Vegas mass shooting, sheriff says

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    Eric Paddock of Florida says he wants to help investigators get into his brother's mindset. However, there is one person who is of "federal interest" and charges could be filed in relation to that person. Paddock killed himself with a gunshot to the mouth before police reached him. Mr. Lombardo said he expected to release a full report of the investigation by the end of the year and said he hoped the preliminary report "will quell the zest for information".
  • Senator Jeff Flake: Trump Inviting Independent, Republican Challenges in 2020

    Senator Jeff Flake: Trump Inviting Independent, Republican Challenges in 2020

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    Flake said his faith in the GOP was restored when Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore lost in a special election earlier this month despite having Trump's endorsement. The Arizona Republican, who announced in October he would not be seeking re-election in 2018, told ABC's "This Week" in an interview that aired Sunday that he doesn't have any formal plans to run for president following his time on Capitol Hill.
  • Who is Dr Ronny L Jackson? Trump's White House doctor

    Who is Dr Ronny L Jackson? Trump's White House doctor

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    Trump also received a flawless score (30/30) on the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA ) - a standard, one-page test created to test a person's thinking and memory skills for signs of dementia, Jackson said. Jackson explained that he did not intend to perform a cognitive exam because one is not indicated now and because he has daily interactions with the president.
  • Pak Deputy High Commissioner summoned by MEA

    Pak Deputy High Commissioner summoned by MEA

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    Indian forces committed ceasefire violation along the Working Boundary in Sialkot's Charprar sector, leaving two Pakistani women dead and injuring five others, reported Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). This, in fact, was recently confirmed by Indian army chief General Bipin Rawat, who told the media that the Indian army will continue pressure on Kashmir border as part of their efforts to contain the freedom struggle in the occupied valley.
  • Montana Can Continue Funding CHIP Through Mid-March

    Montana Can Continue Funding CHIP Through Mid-March

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    CHIP is a bipartisan program that provides health insurance to 9 million children. Maia is insured through the Children's Health Insurance Program . "I feel that it makes no sense for Democrats to try and bring us to a shutdown, to try and cut off CHIP funding for the states that are running out of money, like Minnesota and Washington and Kentucky and other states", Mr.
  • President Trump's approval rating edges up to 40% — CNN Poll

    President Trump's approval rating edges up to 40% — CNN Poll

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    According to Gallup , that's a record for any major world power, not just the USA, in the past decade. Though Trump's approval rating seems low, Kimball noted that George W. So perhaps the president should spend more time overseas. At the same time, there have been foreign policy successes. It dropped 40 percentage points in Canada and 28 points among Mexicans, who have been a frequent target of Trump's insults and on whose border Trump is trying to erect a wall.
  • Sen. Cory Booker Says DHS Secretary Nielsen Acted Like a Nazi

    Sen. Cory Booker Says DHS Secretary Nielsen Acted Like a Nazi

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    The secretary of the Homeland Security Department testified under oath Tuesday that she "did not hear" President Donald Trump use a certain vulgarity to describe African countries. So let me be clear. "Lindsey - he meant well - but I said, 'Well, how many Republicans agree with this?'" Trump said. Booker said he had "tears of rage" over the comments and called her testimony "unacceptable".
  • Putin on a show: Russian leader takes dip in icy lake

    Putin on a show: Russian leader takes dip in icy lake

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    In the early hours of Friday, Russian President Vladimir Putin submerged himself into the gelid waters of a frozen lake to mark the Epiphany, when the Orthodox Church carries out the great sanctification of the water. Believers throughout Russian Federation immerse themselves into holes cut into frozen rivers and lakes that have been blessed by a priest. That may represent an effort to appeal to religious voters ahead of the March presidential election, which comes as public support of ...
  • New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern announces pregnancy

    New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern announces pregnancy

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    The PM spent Christmas in Gisborne with the Gayford family and got a bit of a feel for being a mum when she held first cousins Harvey Davis and Betty Mitchell in Treble Court. The prime minister revealed she is due in June and plans to take a six-week maternity leave - during which, the lieutenant prime minister will take over her duties.
  • Here's the cognitive exam the US President scored top marks on

    Here's the cognitive exam the US President scored top marks on

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    Trump has never smoked, which removes one of the gravest preventable threats to his health , and does not drink. But there's one form of physical activity with which Trump is closely associated: golf. Trump is well known for questioning whether exercise is beneficial and doesn't appear to get any beyond golfing with a cart. Dr Jackson, who speaks with Mr Trump a few times a day and travels with him, said he did not think the U.S.
  • Snow showers, sub-zero windchill expected to continue into Tuesday

    Snow showers, sub-zero windchill expected to continue into Tuesday

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    The same weather risks are anticipated for Tuesday. The National Weather Service on Monday increased estimated snowfall totals for some areas of the state. Snow could stay on the ground until Thursday . North northwest wind 5 to 9 miles per hour becoming light and variable after midnight. Wednesday Afternoon: Snow tapering off to flurries by early afternoon with highs in the mid 30's.
  • Relative Shocked By Family Member's

    Relative Shocked By Family Member's "House Of Horrors"

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    Mr Hestrin said there had been no torture charge filed in relation to the two-year-old because the toddler appeared to be "getting enough food". The case began on Sunday, January 14, when a girl, 17, escaped the residence and called 911 from a cellphone she obtained inside the house, CNN reports.
  • Lawmakers ask if states or feds should alert about missiles

    Lawmakers ask if states or feds should alert about missiles

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    A false emergency alert from the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency (HI-EMA) on the morning of Saturday, Jan. 13, sent a scare across the chain of islands about the possibility of a missile attack. It was systemic problem, calling for the system to be more robust. "You'd think there would be another authentication along the way before something like that went out", Walden said.
  • France And UK Work Through Border Issues In Summit

    France And UK Work Through Border Issues In Summit

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    Mr Macron visited Calais on Tuesday ahead of the UK-France summit. He also said that relations between France and Britain must not be diminished by Brexit . The helicopters, which will provide logistic support to French troops, are part of a wider effort to increase stability in the Sahel region of Africa in order to tackle Islamist terrorism and stem the flow of migration to Europe .
  • Ministers Won't Challenge Release Of Worboys

    Ministers Won't Challenge Release Of Worboys

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    And he said the attacker will stay in prison until the exact conditions of his licence have been finalised. The Ministry of Justice did warn at the time, however, that he would only proceed "if there is a reasonable prospect of success". The head of the influential Home Affairs Select Committee, Yvette Cooper, hit out at today's announcement. However he added that his decision shoudl not stop others from making a challenge.
  • WATCH Video From Scene of Axe Attack in Russian School

    WATCH Video From Scene of Axe Attack in Russian School

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    Seven people - a teacher and six students - were injured. According to preliminary information, in the morning of January 19 a schoolchild with an ax attacked the seventh grade students. Police sources told Interfax that the assailant, a 9th grader, may have had an accomplice who fled the scene. He then threw a Molotov cocktail into a classroom and started a fire, injuring five.
  • A Brief Survey of Republicans Blaming Democrats for the Looming Government Shutdown

    A Brief Survey of Republicans Blaming Democrats for the Looming Government Shutdown

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    McCain is undergoing cancer treatment at his home in Arizona and was not expected to be at the Senate vote. "We're trying to keep it open", he said. "I was elected by the people of IN to work every day on behalf of Hoosiers to do my job as United States Senator". A Republican National Committee official told CNN they are determining what will become of fundraiser gala - Trump could be beamed in via video or could be rescheduled, but many people are already in or en route to Palm Beach.
  • Don't evaluate me on demonetisation and GST only:PM

    Don't evaluate me on demonetisation and GST only:PM

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    The Prime Minister will be reaching Davos on January 22 and will likely meet Swiss premier Alain Berset on the sidelines during the day, where he is expected to discuss the issue of financial transparency and black money. Attacking previous governments, he said they ruled the country only to win elections but "I believe that we should run government to benefit the country", keeping in mind the long-term interests of the country.
  • Justice Department says it will re-try Sen. Bob Menendez

    Justice Department says it will re-try Sen. Bob Menendez

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    District Court. Robert Menendez after his trial on corruption charges a year ago ended in mistrial. Robert Menendez back on trial on corruption charges, according to a new court filing Friday , following a mistrial previous year in which most jurors wanted to acquit the lawmaker.
  • How well would you do on the cognitive test President Trump took?

    How well would you do on the cognitive test President Trump took?

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    The fast-food-loving Trump praised Jackson, who has served as a physician to previous presidents, but seemed wary of taking the not-so-subtle suggestion to use the White House's exercise facilities. "The good part is that, you know, we can build on that pretty easily". A BMI of 30 and over is considered obese. "With this new tool, I could see 10 to 15 patients a day", he said.
  • Pope Francis marries flight attendant couple on Chile flight

    Pope Francis marries flight attendant couple on Chile flight

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    According to a video of the conversation released by Chile's Ahora Noticias, the Pope had told Coiro that "the only accusation against that bishop was discredited by the judicial court". Anne Barrett Doyle , of the online database BishopAccountability.org, said in that statement Francis "has just turned back the clock to the darkest days of this crisis".
  • Kejriwal should quit on 'moral grounds': Congress, BJP demand

    Kejriwal should quit on 'moral grounds': Congress, BJP demand

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    Congress party had filed a petition to the Election Commission to disqualify the 21 MLAs in the year 2016 and had been coercing the panel since then to act on the request. The EC past year in October issued a notice to AAP MLAs seeking an explanation after rejecting their pleas to drop the office-of-profit case against them.
  • Vikings' Andrew Sendejo (concussion) expected to play in NFC Championship

    Vikings' Andrew Sendejo (concussion) expected to play in NFC Championship

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    After a 34-point outburst against the last-place New York Giants, the Eagles have scored a total of just one offensive touchdown in their subsequent three games. In the four-down lineman scheme, those inside pass rushers are extremely valuable. The outstanding defensive performance against the Falcons allowed the Eagles to win despite the sloppy plays.