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The misdemeanor criminal mischief and breach of peace charges against Brochu could potentially be dropped after her probation is up, so long as she sticks to the conditions set by the court. The NAACP and others have publicly supported Rowe and had urged Hartford prosecutors to file a hate crime charge against Brochu. One Instagram post clearly outlines Brochu's vile antics, revealing how she "Finally did it yo girl got rid of her roommate!" While Rowe had gone to administrators upon ...
  • Powerball numbers: Did you win Saturday's $385 million lottery jackpot?

    Powerball numbers: Did you win Saturday's $385 million lottery jackpot?

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    If there is no jackpot victor, the amount grows even larger for the next drawing. Sunday's Fantasy 5 jackpot is an estimated $155,000. The odds of winning both would be 1 in 88 quadrillion. The drawings are held at 10:59 p.m. While there were no grand prize winners, three tickets sold matched all five white numbers drawn to win $1 million.
  • University strikers reject pension deal

    University strikers reject pension deal

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    Since USS' triennial actuarial valuation was published previous year along with a number of other estimates of the scheme's funding position, academics, unions and universities have debated the validity and accuracy of the different figures put forward to illustrate USS' liabilities.
  • Judge releases video of fatal federal courtroom shooting

    Judge releases video of fatal federal courtroom shooting

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    In this photo, a view from behind the witness stand looking towards the gallery in Courtroom #8 which will be full of prospective jury candidates, one day before jury selection begins for the Michael Jackson child molestation trial at the Superior Court of California courthouse in Santa Maria, California, Jan 30, 2005.
  • PM Explains Talks With US President Donald Trump Focused Mainly On Iran

    PM Explains Talks With US President Donald Trump Focused Mainly On Iran

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    The order was announced to deal with "the unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United States constituted by the actions and policies of the Government of Iran". The move is the latest in a series of measures by Washington aimed at dealing with one of the greatest diplomatic hurdles before Donald Trump's administration, to contain the regime in Iran while keeping up to America's worldwide commitments within the JCPOA.
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    A United Nations human rights envoy said last week that Myanmar is continuing its "ethnic cleansing" of the Rohingya with a "campaign of terror and forced starvation" in Rakhine state, six months after a military crackdown sparked a mass exodus of the Muslim minority.
  • At least one dead as bus carrying students plunges into Alabama ravine

    At least one dead as bus carrying students plunges into Alabama ravine

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    Sheriff Huey Moss Mack says both lanes on the interstate have been closed. Several hospitals were placed on alert for the injured. The sheriff said it wasn't immediately clear what caused the bus to enter the grassy median, which abruptly ends at a steep embankment where the interstate passes over Cowpen Creek, about 25 miles west of Pensacola, Fla., and 30 miles east of Mobile, Ala.
  • Trump fires his personal assistant, John McEntee, then Trump campaign hires him

    Trump fires his personal assistant, John McEntee, then Trump campaign hires him

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    McEntee has been one of Trump's few mainstays over his political career. After the eleciton, McEntee remained close to the president in the White House as his body man. Though McEntee traveled alongside Trump, his profile was relatively low compared to other aides with similar tenure, like senior adviser Stephen Miller or the White House's director of social media Dan Scavino.
  • Foreign Law Firms Not Allowed To Practice In India

    Foreign Law Firms Not Allowed To Practice In India

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    It also ruled that BPO companies working on legal services can operate in India as they don't have to operate under the ambit of the Advocates Act. However, the Court has allowed foreign lawyers to advise clients in India on a casual, temporary "fly in fly out" basis.
  • Trump Says He, Tillerson

    Trump Says He, Tillerson "Disagreed On Things"

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    As a diplomatic crisis in Qatar unfolded, Trump directly undermined Tillerson's calls for calm, expressing support for Saudi Arabia's economic and diplomatic blockade of the Gulf state, and accusing Qatar of funding terrorism. A top State Department official says President Donald Trump never explained to ousted Secretary of State Rex Tillerson the reason why he was sacked.
  • SBI reduces charges on non-maintenance of minimum balance by 75%

    SBI reduces charges on non-maintenance of minimum balance by 75%

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    The revised charges will be effective from April 01, 2018 and will benefit over 25 crore customers. The bank said in a release that customers in metro and urban centres will now have to pay Rs 15 per month plus GST . The move had invited widespread criticism. Public sector banks (PSBs) are reeling under bad loans. The features of BSBD accounts are available on the bank's website bank.sbi .
  • Sequels give you luxury to experiment with other films: Ranjan

    Sequels give you luxury to experiment with other films: Ranjan

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    It now stands at the total of United States dollars $ 2.20 million (14.30 crores) at the overseas box office. The year 2018 began on a pleasant note for Bollywood with Sanjay Leela Bhansali's controversial period drama Padmaavat setting the cash registers ringing at the box office.
  • Shooting at Bliss Enterprises in Plant City, multiple victims

    Shooting at Bliss Enterprises in Plant City, multiple victims

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    The shooting happened at about 4 p.m.at the business on Knights Griffin Road East. The two other men shot, ages 44 and 45, were not immediately identified because next of kin were being notified, Lusczynski said. Donna Lusczynski said. It was not known if the person who shot Bliss will face criminal charges. The Polk County Sheriff's Office also responded to the scene because the location of Bliss Enterprises straddles the county line.
  • Jose Mourinho hits back at Frank De Boer over Marcus Rashford comments

    Jose Mourinho hits back at Frank De Boer over Marcus Rashford comments

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    He said: "Right now, I'm probably not learning the most on the pitch". However, the Reds failed to take anything from the game with the side still yet to see victory at Old Trafford since 2014. "When you are in the last 16 it looks really, really far, but when a team gets in the last eight you start smelling the semi-finals". Mourinho did not take kindly the Dutchman's comments, and launched a scathing attack on him during a press conference on Monday.
  • Seed in NCAA Tournament; Will Play Missouri First Round

    Seed in NCAA Tournament; Will Play Missouri First Round

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    The 20 wins were two more than the Tigers had in 2016 and 2017 combined. The Gators improbably reached the Elite Eight a season ago when a Chris Chiozza buzzer beater lifted them over Wisconsin in the Sweet 16. local time for failure to drive in a single lane and suspicion of driving while intoxicated. Martin did say Barnett can practice with the team during the suspension, but is not eligible to play in any games.
  • Suspicious package probed at United Kingdom parliament

    Suspicious package probed at United Kingdom parliament

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    The Met Police said they were called to Westminster just before 10am this morning to reports of another "suspicious package" in the same building as yesterday, Norman Shaw North. London Ambulance Service said it had attended the scene and taken a man and a woman to a nearby hospital as "precaution". London Ambulance Service said they had initially dispatched a hazardous area response team and after assessing two people at the scene, made a decision to take them to hospital.
  • Rep. Davis worries North Korea won't give up nuclear weapons

    Rep. Davis worries North Korea won't give up nuclear weapons

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    Trump dispensed with decades of US foreign policy orthodoxy with his decision, particularly given that the North Korean leader made only a vague offer - conveyed via a South Korean delegation that visited him - to discuss giving up his nuclear weapons program.
  • Explosion reported near Palestinian PM's convoy during Gaza visit

    Explosion reported near Palestinian PM's convoy during Gaza visit

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    Three of the vehicles in his convoy were damaged, their windows blown out. Member of Palestine Liberation Organization Ahmad Majdlani said that the Gaza Strip issue is political in the first stance and not a humanitarian or relief, and Washington knows well that the reasons behind the coastal enclave are tied to the Israeli blockade.
  • Afghan forces retake district offices from Taliban; 8 killed

    Afghan forces retake district offices from Taliban; 8 killed

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    Ghani's peace plan includes eventually recognising the Taliban as a political party. However, the Taliban appears likely to miss that conference and have so far ruled out direct talks with the Western-backed government in Kabul, which they say is an illegitimate, foreign-imposed regime.
  • Flake to Introduce Legislation That Would Nullify Trump's Tariffs

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    Flake, on Monday, appeared to knock the president over his rhetoric, saying trade is sometimes used as a "scapegoat" during campaigns. On Sunday, Flake conceded that his views are now out of sync with the GOP. "If we fail to do this and we continue to withdraw from the global marketplace, we're going to be left far behind", Flake said, pointing to the Trans-Pacific Partnership as an example.
  • China leads charge against United States tariffs at WTO meeting

    China leads charge against United States tariffs at WTO meeting

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    The Trump administration may have already answered the second. Trump says the steelworkers are part of the reason he won the presidency. What economic thinking went into the Trump tariffs announced last week? "While U.S. But the White House has repeatedly undermined its own legal case, including by intimating that the tariffs would be lorded over Canada and Mexico as some kind of negotiating tool to extract NAFTA concessions.
  • VP Pence: Joy Behar called and apologized so I forgave her

    VP Pence: Joy Behar called and apologized so I forgave her

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    Pence criticized Behar's comments a day later. But he thinks Jesus tells him to say things. Multiple reports revealed that Iger was asked during the company's shareholder meeting on Thursday about the controversial tirade of Behar against the U.S.
  • How could America benefit from a meeting with North Korea?

    How could America benefit from a meeting with North Korea?

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    Later in the day, Trump himself tweeted out that there was, indeed, a deal "very much in the making". He says Russia , South Korea and Japan will as well. Among the unverified reports so far is that Kim hopes to sign a peace treaty with Trump - a long-held goal of the North Korean regime. Sanders also denied that the Thursday announcement had been haphazard in any way or that key foreign policy officials had been left out.
  • TMC raises PNB scam in Rajya Sabha, House adjourned till 2 pm

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    However, the Opposition persisted with its demand. Minutes earlier, he had appealed to all the members of the Upper House of Parliament not to display placards and banners as it was against the rules. Members from Telugu Desam Party, an ally of NDA, also trooped into the well demanding special status to Andhra Pradesh. After the proceedings were adjourned, TDP and TRS members were seen talking to Highways minister Nitin Gadkari and Parliamentary minister Ananth Kumar.
  • S. Korea to ease China over United States, N. Korea talks

    S. Korea to ease China over United States, N. Korea talks

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    Meanwhile, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told reporters in Abuja, Nigeria that the U.S. has not heard anything back from North Korea, although it does expects to hear something directly. South Korea's government will also decide on whether to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership within the first half of this year, Kim said at the meeting.
  • PSL 2018: Lahore Qalandars vs Karachi Kings Match - Super Over | Highlights

    PSL 2018: Lahore Qalandars vs Karachi Kings Match - Super Over | Highlights

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    The PCB had been trying to convince foreign teams to restart worldwide cricket back in Pakistan. "This is part of our agreement with the West Indies board", Sethi told reporters, adding PCB was unlikely to make any profit from the series. "That is how we intend to put Karachi back on cricket map once again". This was the first time in the history of the tournament that Lahore managed to win two games on-the-trot but they are still languishing at the bottom of the table with 4 points from 8 ...
  • Colombia: FARC performs poorly in first electoral test

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    The Centro Democratico party of former president Alvaro Uribe , a fierce opponent of the peace agreement, polled the most votes, winning 19 seats in the Senate and 33 in the lower house. The Green Alliance, one of the parties supporting Fajardo, doubled its vote tally from the last congressional elections, though it only came in sixth overall this year.
  • Slovak junior govt party wants early election if coalition collapses

    Slovak junior govt party wants early election if coalition collapses

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    Interior Minister Robert Kalinak told reporters on Monday he hopes his resignation, sought by the opposition and the junior coalition Most party, will help to stabilize the country's political situation. Police have said Kuciak's death was "most likely" related to his investigation resulting in an article on ties between Slovakia's top politicians and Italy's notorious 'Ndrangheta mafia, which his employer posthumously published.
  • Hillary: America Doesn't Deserve Trump as President

    Hillary: America Doesn't Deserve Trump as President

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    Purie asked Clinton why she believes more than 50 percent of white women voted for Trump in 2016. Former US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said that US President Donald Trump has a bromance going on with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
  • Five Dead In NYC Helicopter Crash

    Five Dead In NYC Helicopter Crash

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    The pilot , who was the only survivor , is identified as 33-year-old Richard Vance of Danbury, Connecticut, according to sources familiar with the investigation. US Sen. Chuck Schumer of NY is expected to call for the FAA to suspend Liberty Helicopters' FAA operating certificate until their safety record and this crash are fully assessed, according to a press release from his office.
  • Still in alliance with BJP, but will fight for Andhra's rights: TDP

    Still in alliance with BJP, but will fight for Andhra's rights: TDP

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    But with members not willing to relent, Naidu was forced to adjourn the House till 2 pm. The Congress has been demanding discussion over bank fraud cases, including the Rs 12,600 crore Punjab National Bank scam, while the AIADMK has been pressing for the setting up of the Cauvery Water Management Board.
  • Judge rules $560M Powerball jackpot victor can remain anonymous

    Judge rules $560M Powerball jackpot victor can remain anonymous

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    The court found that "disclosure of Ms. Doe's name would constitute [an] invasion of privacy", and moved to block her name from being disclosed in any right-to-know request. The holder of the ticket has since gone to court to preserve her anonymity . Temple, who already agreed to let Doe collect her winnings through the Good Karma Family Trust of 2018 several weeks earlier, refused meanwhile to let Doe keep her hometown a secret.
  • Footage claims to show pilots' encounter with UFO

    Footage claims to show pilots' encounter with UFO

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    He later adds, " Wow, what is that man? Look at that flying! " the other pilot said. The video was released by the To The Stars Academy Of Arts & Science, an organization that has previously released similar military footage of encounters with unexplained aircraft.
  • 'Bookkeeper of Auschwitz' Oskar Groening dies at age of 96

    'Bookkeeper of Auschwitz' Oskar Groening dies at age of 96

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    The former SS guard said during his trial that he oversaw the collection of belongings from those killed at Auschwitz or used as slave labour. There were several occasions when he was assigned to "ramp duty", which involved processing new arrivals.
  • Bride driving to her wedding arrested for DUI

    Bride driving to her wedding arrested for DUI

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    Chriswell Scott tweeted. Here comes the bride into the cop auto. MARANA, AZ Most brides dream of the flawless wedding, complete with handsome bouquets and limousine arrivals. It wasn't clear if Young made it to her wedding on time. As yet, there is no information as to whether the wedding ceremony went forward today, but this story will be updated if or when more details become available.