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By dinner time Saturday evening, snow will be increasing in coverage for the Cape and the Islands where snowfall accumulations are expected to be the highest. A high temperature of 25 degrees was recorded at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, which is much lower than the average of 44 degrees. Plus, Saturday through Sunday another chunk of cold Arctic air is set to drop into south-central Montana.
  • Man Set Up Booby Trap to Electrocute Pregnant Wife, Deputies Say

    Man Set Up Booby Trap to Electrocute Pregnant Wife, Deputies Say

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    Following a more extensive investigation of the property, officials determined that Wilson rigged electrical devices to the top door lock and lower door handle in an attempt to electrocute and cause serious bodily injury or even death to anyone trying to open the front door.
  • 'Bundle Up!': Trump Mocks Paris Climate Accord as His Hometown Freezes

    'Bundle Up!': Trump Mocks Paris Climate Accord as His Hometown Freezes

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    Donald Trump has caused anger after claiming the east coast of the United States could use a bit of global warming because of its current cold spell. But according to experts , 2017 is still on track to be one of the hottest years recorded globally. Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt similarly has positioned himself as a climate change skeptic, denying that carbon-dioxide emissions have affected the climate.
  • Greenville Woman Charged in Death of 7-year-old

    Greenville Woman Charged in Death of 7-year-old

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    The suspect fled, driving west into Frisco and through several residential areas off Panther Creek, until turning down a dead end street. The Greenville police department this morning is investigating the shooting death of a child. Thursday just before 5 p.m., police were called to the 4200 block of Pickett Street in Hunt County. Castillo was arrested for parole violation.
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    It's "Game On" For First Day Hikes In Spite Of Extreme Cold

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    The First Day Hikes program aims to get people outside, exercising and connecting with nature. Participants will start the walk inside the old stone fort and talk about the history and the music that relates the different eras from the Seven Years' War to the American Civil War.
  • OR burglary suspect drives into river in failed getaway attempt

    OR burglary suspect drives into river in failed getaway attempt

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    Police confronted 27-year-old Timofey Erofeeff about prowling around without permission on moored boats at North Tongue Point, Oregon . He took off as they approached his truck to make the arrest, starting a short pursuit. 'I'm thankful the men from WCT Marine and fishing vessel (Pacific Wind) were there and willing to help, ' said Deputy Astoria Police Chief Eric Halverson.
  • Storm Dylan to hit the county on Saturday and Sunday

    Storm Dylan to hit the county on Saturday and Sunday

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    The biggest impact from the storm will be across Connacht and Ulster where average wind speeds are projected to reach 60 to 80kph, with gusts of up to 120kph. The current outlook for Monday is much the same, with a mix of sun and showers and temperatures of around 5 to 8 degrees. Like the status orange weather warning, that warning won't come into effect until 9pm on Saturday night and will be valid until 6am on Sunday, with Laois the only county in the Republic of Ireland not affected in ...
  • Iran: Protest over soaring cost of living

    Iran: Protest over soaring cost of living

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    Separately on Friday, the semi-official Fars news agency reported that around 300 protesters also gathered in the western city of Kermanshah to protest the price hikes, damaging some public property. Protesters were filmed shouting anti-government slogans such as "death to the dictator" and "death to Rouhani". Many angry demonstrators had protested in many cities across the country on Thursday, including the second-largest city of Mashhad, over rising food prices and inflation.
  • Gunmen kill 12 in Cairo church

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    The Interior Ministry did not explain the reason for the different accounts. "The security forces frustrated an attack on church in Mar Mina Church the Helwan district", said the interior ministry statement. there was more than one attacker", Mohammed Hussein Abdelhadi, who lives close to the church, told Reuters . One of the assailants was shot dead, while the other fled, according to initial reports .
  • Mother says Alabama police beat her 17-year-old son in handcuffs

    Mother says Alabama police beat her 17-year-old son in handcuffs

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    The force used was reasonable and necessary". Upon returning to the scene, police found a handgun on the ground, according to WSFA . "We will do everything in out power to seek justice for Ulysses Wilkerson, an African-American teenager who was brutally beaten at the hands of police in Troy, Alabama, on the night of December 23", the statement reads.
  • Sole survivor of family slain in quadruple homicide 'scared' he's next

    Sole survivor of family slain in quadruple homicide 'scared' he's next

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    The victims include 22-year-old Brandi Mells , 36-year-old Shanta Myers , and Shanta Myers' two children, 5-year-old Shanise Myers and 11-year-old Jeremiah Myers . Police have said they still don't have a suspect for the murders, and don't want to release a potential motive in the fears of hurting their investigation.
  • Family identifies Wichita man killed by police in possible 'swatting' prank

    Family identifies Wichita man killed by police in possible 'swatting' prank

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    In Andrew Finch's case, he was likely caught completely off guard as he has been described as someone who doesn't even play video games . "That cop murdered my son over a false report". "Came up in front of the house and you know, ripped the doors off the hinges and carried the dude out", Hartshorn said. Swatting is an internet hoax where someone makes a call to a police department with a false story of an ongoing crime - often with killing or hostages involved - in an ...
  • Russian Federation probe will be fair, but time line unclear

    Russian Federation probe will be fair, but time line unclear

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    Trump went on to remind the reporters of his "absolute right" to do as he wishes with the Justice Department, alluding to earlier speculation that he could fire Mueller and close down the Russian Federation probe. While he did not answer the Times' question if he thought one of former president Barack Obama's attorney generals, Eric Holder, was more loyal than Sessions, he said Holder "totally protected" Obama, something he has "great respect for".
  • Stand up for Children's Health Insurance Program funding

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    Unless you're living under a rock you know about the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP). Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) pauses as he speaks about the Children's Health Insurance Program at a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, US, December 21, 2017.
  • Cold continues... Snow showers late today

    Cold continues... Snow showers late today

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    Wind chills during the night from December 31 to January 1 may reach minus 12 degrees in Boston, minus 7 degrees in Chicago and minus 31 degrees in Minneapolis. Scattered snow showers are expected Friday and Friday evening in Mid-Michigan. The advisory went into effect at 4 a.m. and will remain until further notice, deputies said .
  • Black Lives Matter Activist Erica Garner In A Coma After Heart Attack

    Black Lives Matter Activist Erica Garner In A Coma After Heart Attack

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    Erica Garner , the daughter of Eric Garner , was declared braindead on Thursday after suffering a massive heart attack , the New York Daily News reports . Garner's father, Eric Garner , died while he was being arrested in Tompkinsville for allegedly selling loose cigarettes in 2014. Sanders offered his best wishes to Garner and her family on Tuesday, and praised her activism.
  • Historic White House Tree to Be Cut Down

    Historic White House Tree to Be Cut Down

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    Mrs. Trump ultimately made the call on removing the tree because of cabling system holding the tree that specialists had labled "very concerning" and "failing". The almost 200-year-old tree was cut back while President Donald Trump and his family are in Florida for the holidays. His wife died shortly after he was elected, and he wanted to honor her by planting a sprout from her favorite magnolia tree from their Tennessee farm.
  • Barber snips man's ear, shaves furrow down middle of head

    Barber snips man's ear, shaves furrow down middle of head

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    For one Madison man, a routine haircut at a State Street salon went suddenly awry - literally. Last Friday, a 22-year-old male customer went to "Ruby's Salon" and sat in the chair of Stylist Khaled A. The barber claimed it was an accident , but was arrested by police. The stylist was later arrested on suspicion of mayhem and disorderly conduct while armed .
  • Two children among 4 bodies found in upstate NY basement

    Two children among 4 bodies found in upstate NY basement

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    Troy police captain Daniel DeWolf said the deaths were "certainly suspicious". Police didn't know when the slayings occurred, but Tedesco said he hoped autopsies being conducted Wednesday would provide clues. "Certain factors we uncovered during the investigation leads us to believe this is not a random act", he said, adding law enforcement meant to use all of the resources at their disposal to keep residents safe.
  • Alabama officials certify Jones as Senate victor despite Moore challenge

    Alabama officials certify Jones as Senate victor despite Moore challenge

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    Mr Moore's lawyer said the goal of the complaint was to "preserve evidence of potential election fraud and to postpone the certification of Alabama's Special Election by Secretary of State John Merrill until a thorough investigation of potential election fraud, that improperly altered the outcome of this election".
  • Lesbian Couple, Two Kids Murdered in Upstate New York

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    NY police identified the two women and two children who were gruesomely murdered in an upstate NY basement apartment. "I don't think there's any doubt that a person who committed this crime is capable of anything", Tedesco said, adding that police don't believe there was an imminent danger to the public.
  • Clovis Oncology, Inc. (CLVS): Examining the Technicals

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    Clovis Oncology, Inc ., a biopharmaceutical company, focuses on acquiring, developing, and commercializing anti-cancer agents in the United States, Europe, and internationally. Ahl Prns Llp holds 16,707 shares. Similarly, the Williams %R Value, for this stock stands at -71.274 - suggesting that the shares are Sell. Clovis Oncology, Inc .
  • Tax reform will encourage American businesses to stay

    Tax reform will encourage American businesses to stay

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    Those kept in the tax reform bill include the deduction for teacher's expenses, medical expense deduction, mortgage interest deduction and charitable tax deduction. It also doubles the child tax credit, from $1,000 to $2,000, to help families with the cost of raising children. I worked extensively with several o my colleagues, especially Sen.
  • Suspect Gets out of SUV in Virginia, Shoots at Officers

    Suspect Gets out of SUV in Virginia, Shoots at Officers

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    During a traffic stop in Stafford, Virginia, a murder suspect got out of his vehicle and shot at law enforcement, with at least one bullet hitting a trooper's windshield. According to CBS News, the investigation and cleanup on I-95, located about 45 minutes south of Washington D.C., led to poor traffic conditions. Officials said troopers did not fire their weapons during the incident.
  • U.S. embassy announces end to visa crisis with Turkey

    U.S. embassy announces end to visa crisis with Turkey

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    The United States had halted most visa services for Turkish citizens following the arrest in October of a Turkish employee at the USA consulate in Istanbul, deepening already strained ties between Ankara and Washington. The United States had earlier stopped issuing all non-immigrant visas to Turkish nationals after the arrest of one of its consulate employees. "Regarding the assurances expressed in the USA statement, we would like to emphasise that Turkey is a state of law, and that our ...
  • Sensex, Nifty turn flat after all-time high

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    The gauge had lost 99 in the previous session. On a closing basis, the broader NSE Nifty50 of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) slipped by 12.85 points or 0.12 per cent to 10,477.90 points - falling below the important 10,500-level. "Rich valuation and lack of fresh triggers may lead the market to a consolidation phase", said Vinod Nair, Head of Research, Geojit Financial Services.
  • Trump criticises Vanity Fair over Clinton video response

    Trump criticises Vanity Fair over Clinton video response

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    Trump tweeted on Thursday morning, seeming to confuse the new editor in chief of Vanity Fair , Radhika Jones , with Condé Nast artistic director and Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour (although rumors of Wintour going to London to become US ambassador have long circulated, stretching back to her fundraising for Barack Obama in his race for the presidency).
  • Date horror story: Woman rips pricey Andy Warhol artwork from walls

    Date horror story: Woman rips pricey Andy Warhol artwork from walls

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    Lindy Lou Layman was arrested on December 23 on criminal mischief charges after allegedly damaging several painting and sculptures in Anthony Buzbee's River Oaks home. After charges were read against Lindy Lu Layman, the 29-year-old didn't say much as details of her arrest were revealed at her probable cause hearing.
  • Arizona infant bent in half by father has died

    Arizona infant bent in half by father has died

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    The infant reportedly had lacerations to his liver and pancreas, a broken wrist and bruising on his thigh. Robert Anthony Resendiz, 30 , was arrested after his infant son arrived at the Phoenix Children's Hospital on Tuesday, December 19, with severe injuries, azfamily.com reported.
  • Blast at Afghan news agency in Kabul kills dozens

    Blast at Afghan news agency in Kabul kills dozens

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    AFP quoted an interior ministry spokesman as saying it's unclear whether the target was the media company or a nearby mosque. Deputy interior ministry spokesman Nasrat Rahimi told Agence France-Presse: "The target of the attack was the Tabayan cultural centre".
  • Pakistan has insulted 130 cr Indians: Azad on Jadhav

    Pakistan has insulted 130 cr Indians: Azad on Jadhav

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    Swaraj said Jadhav's mother and wife were taken for the meeting through a separate door without informing the accompanying Deputy High Commissioner of India, stripped of their bindi , bangles and " mangalsutra ", made to change into different clothes and wear slippers by discarding their shoes .
  • NIA court drops MCOCA charges against Col Purohit, Sadhvi Pragya, 2 others

    NIA court drops MCOCA charges against Col Purohit, Sadhvi Pragya, 2 others

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    Sadhvi Pragya and Purohit , both 44, were arrested the same year, accused of planning the blasts. The court also said the UAPA sections 17, 20 and 23 have been dropped against all accused. There is also no material to show that during that period Dhawde, or any other accused in those cases had any connection with present accused persons at that time.
  • Himachal Pradesh has a new govt. Jairam Thakur takes oath as CM

    Himachal Pradesh has a new govt. Jairam Thakur takes oath as CM

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    The oath-taking ceremony of Jai Ram Thakur as the chief minister of Himachal Pradesh is to take place today at the historic Ridge Maidan. Also remained Chairman, Rural Planning Committee and Member of various other House Committees before being inducted into Council of Minister as Panchayati Raj and Rural Development Minister on 09-07-2012.
  • Hegde apologises for 'constitution change' comments

    Hegde apologises for 'constitution change' comments

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    Ahir, the Union minister of state for home affairs, was in his parliamentary constituency of Chandrapur in Maharashtra on Monday to launch a 24X7 store for medicines at a government-run hospital. "The minister has given a statement but we do not subscribe to those views". "Some people say the Constitution says secular and you must accept it".
  • Constitution under attack directly: Rahul Gandhi targets BJP over Ananth Kumar's remarks

    Constitution under attack directly: Rahul Gandhi targets BJP over Ananth Kumar's remarks

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    As the party is preparing for the official announcement of their next President's name, that is, Mr. Rahul Gandhi , discussions are going on about whether Sonia Gandhi will be made the political chairman emeritus after her retirement. are like people without parentage or who don't know their bloodline", and that the BJP has come to power to "change the Constitution". He also attacked the government over the Constitution row.
  • Triple Talaq Bill to be introduced in Parliament today

    Triple Talaq Bill to be introduced in Parliament today

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    Anyone who pronounces instant divorce "shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years and a fine", the bill proposes. Earlier, while hearing the Triple Talaq case, Supreme Court's five judges bench declared the practice unconstitutional.
  • Twitter Is Too Big For The Library Of Congress To Archive

    Twitter Is Too Big For The Library Of Congress To Archive

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    On Tuesday, the Library's Director of Communications Gayle Osterberg published a post titled " Update on the Twitter Archive at the Library of Congress " on the institution's official blog. "The volume of tweets and related transactions has evolved and increased dramatically since the initial agreement was signed", the library explains in a white paper accompanying the announcement.