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  • OR occupiers acquitted on conspiracy, weapons charges

    Billy Williams, the USA attorney for OR, acknowledged in a statement that "we had hoped for a different outcome" to this case. The issue of land rights has reportedly been contentious for decades in the western USA states where the federal government owns most of the land.

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  • 74 percent of 'crime guns' come from out of NYS

    74 percent of 'crime guns' come from out of NYS

    To find answers, Schneiderman said his office asked the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives for information about the 52,915 guns recovered from crime scenes between 2010 and 2015. In 2013, the Senate voted down Senator Kristen Gillibrand's proposed legislation that would, among other things, make gun trafficking a federal crime.

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  • Rapper Kevin Gates gets 180 days in jail for kicking fan

    Rapper Kevin Gates gets 180 days in jail for kicking fan

    In a previous hearing Gates attempted to have the charges dropped using the Stand Your Ground defense. "He kicks her with such force that she falls into Ms. "I feel like she was disrespecting him because he asked her multiple times to stop and she didn't." said Danielle Vitale. 19-year-old Miranda Dixon testified during the trial that she was simply trying to get his attention by grabbing his trousers but the rapper kicked her violently the second time she did it during the event.

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  • Orange Q3 revenue edges higher on Spain, Africa growth

    Third-quarter restated earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) rose by 1.6 percent on a comparable basis to 3.60 billion euros ($3.92 billion), slightly above a Reuters poll of 3.58 billion euros. In Paris, Orange shares were trading at 14.76 euros, up 4.76 percent. But prices have been falling due to regulatory action on roaming charges and competition from rivals including Bouygues, Numericable-SFR and Iliad (Euronext: ILD).

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  • Event aims to help people dispose of unwanted drugs

    Event aims to help people dispose of unwanted drugs

    Each site will accept medications from 10 a.m.to 2 p.m. Saturday. Last April, Americans turned in 447 tons of prescription drugs at nearly 5,400 sites. children or others included", explained Sullivan. For more information, visit the DEA website . Officials say huge amounts of old, outdated prescription drugs have been taken out of circulation during the annual Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.

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  • Surrey Police issue warning after 'killer clown' craze comes to the UK

    There has been a small minority of calls to Northumbria Police where the behaviour of people dressed as clowns has caused harassment, alarm or distress which is a criminal offence and has been dealt with as such. "If anyone has any concerns they should report the matter to police". Victoria Police received three separate reports of "creepy clown" incidents in suburban Melbourne on Friday.

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  • Los Angeles mass shooting kills 3, wounding 12

    McKay and Reid are expected to be booked Monday on murder charges. An unspecified dispute between a man and at least two other men led to gunfire early Saturday during a birthday celebration attended by about 50 people in a house that hosts parties for people in the Jamaican community.

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  • Trump calls for term limits on Congress

    Trump calls for term limits on Congress

    First: I am going to re-institute a 5-year ban on all executive branch officials lobbying the government for 5 years after they leave government service. Boehner of OH to Squire Patton Boggs, often say they offer clients strategic advice and avoid registering as lobbyists because they do not meet the reporting threshold.

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  • Man gets 20 years for shooting at George Zimmerman's vehicle

    Man gets 20 years for shooting at George Zimmerman's vehicle

    Apperson will receive credit for serving 444 days in prison already. But the judge denied Apperson bond while awaiting the appeal - because Apperson was arrested for public urination when he was out on bond previous year. The bullet went through the passenger's side window and was lodged in Zimmerman's auto frame, just above the window. "He said, 'By the way, I am going to kill you".

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  • Clinton challenging Republicans who back Trump

    Clinton challenging Republicans who back Trump

    Portman was one of dozens of GOP leaders from around the country who have announced they can no longer support Trump , after the disclosure Friday of a 2005 video in which Trump makes lewd, vulgar comments about a married woman he said he wanted to have sex with.

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  • Judge dismisses Sandy Hook lawsuit against Remington

    Judge dismisses Sandy Hook lawsuit against Remington

    Barbara Bellis, the state Superior Court judge, said Friday the families of the victims who were slain at the hands of Adam Lanza could not prove there was a relationship between gunmaker Remington Outdoor Company, which produces the Bushmaster AR-15 rifle, and the shooter.

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  • Boston police shot during domestic call need more surgery

    Boston police shot during domestic call need more surgery

    During a press conference on Oct 13., Police Commissioner William Evans said the injured officers, Richard Cintolo and Matthew Morris, were in stable but critical condition. "They just went to training this past Thursday put on by a doctor on the proper applying of tourniquets", Evans said. Mayor Marty Walsh said, "Thank God they will be going home sometime soon".

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  • Gunfire at Los Angeles restaurant leaves 3 dead

    Lopez says a preliminary investigation finds a party was underway at the restaurant at 12:30 a.m. Saturday when an argument started. The Los Angeles Police Department said that according to initial findings, the incident took place at a party that was happening in the restaurants after midnight on Saturday.

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  • Trump criticizes appearance of accuser

    Flanked by attorney Gloria Allred, Summer Zervos read a lengthy statement at a press conference in Los Angeles detailing her accusations. And during his two rallies on Friday, Trump did just that, forcefully denying the allegations that he kissed and groped several women without their consent - actions he had bragged about being able to do in a 2005 tape - and arguing that if just a sliver of voters believe those allegations, he will lose the election.

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  • High winds, plenty of rain predicted 2 to 10 pm today

    High winds, plenty of rain predicted 2 to 10 pm today

    While rain is predicted to be heaviest Thursday night through Friday morning, with three to four inches of precipitation predicted for the foothills over the weekend. At this time no area rivers are forecast to flood. Models earlier in the week had conflicting predictions for Saturday's monster of a storm (atmospheric scientist Cliff Mass called it the "Big Kahuna" yesterday), with a chance it could head north and miss most of Western Washington.

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  • Bomb Suspect Accused Of Trying To Kill Cops To Be Arraigned

    Bomb Suspect Accused Of Trying To Kill Cops To Be Arraigned

    An attorney for Ahmad Khan Rahimi entered the pleas as Rahimi appeared via video from his hospital bed in Newark. He is suspected of leaving explosive devices in New Jersey and Manhattan the weekend before his capture. Rahami is accused of detonating a homemade bomb in a New York City dumpster on September 17, a blast that injured 30 people. Rahimi was shot "multiple times" in the shootout, during which two officers were injured.

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  • LEGOLAND evacuated due to bomb threat

    LEGOLAND evacuated due to bomb threat

    The Winter Haven Police Department, Polk County Sheriff's Office and the State Fire Marshall are searching the park and handling the investigation. A bomb threat was discovered on our property. WATCH LIVE: Update on bomb threat made at Legoland Florida. Legoland Florida said its number one priority is the safety and security of its guests.

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  • Derrick Rose says he suspected 'rape' setup soon after act

    Derrick Rose says he suspected 'rape' setup soon after act

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The night after Derrick Rose and two of his friends had sex with his ex-girlfriend, he had a hunch she was going to claim they raped her, the National Basketball Association star testified. The Times generally does not name people who allege they are the victims of sexual assault. Although they had split up a couple months before, he said he took her suggestive text as offering consent.

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  • Attorneys: PCP doesn't justify police shooting

    A lawyer for Shelby has argued that she thought Crutcher was high on PCP the day of the September 16 shooting. Tulsa police Officer Betty Shelby faces a charge of first-degree manslaughter in the death of Terence Crutcher. Through her lawyer, Scott Wood, Shelby has said she thought Crutcher was retrieving a weapon from his auto when she opened fire. Shelby is white and Crutcher was black.

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  • Trump escalates fight with GOP leaders as party unity frays

    On Tuesday morning, Trump tweeted: "It is so nice that the shackles have been taken off me and I can now fight for America the way I want to". It is not clear immediately what he meant. The implication is that Republicans will need those majorities to oppose a Hillary Clinton presidency. "As a man who was raised to respect and revere the mothers, daughters, and sisters in our world, I am completely dumbfounded how a person so devoid of character, class, and respect can still be supported ...

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  • Govt drops plan to force firms to list foreign staff

    Govt drops plan to force firms to list foreign staff

    The opposition Labour Party said on Wednesday the idea "ran counter to everything that this country has ever stood for". A row broke out after a briefing note was distributed following United Kingdom home secretary Amber Rudds speech to the Conservative Party conference last week which seemed to indicate that all firms will be asked to reveal the exact number of non-British workers they employ.

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  • Suspect Named in Killing of LA Sheriff's Deputy

    Suspect Named in Killing of LA Sheriff's Deputy

    The Sheriff's Department 27-year-old Trenton Trevon Lovell of Lancaster has been booked for investigation of murder and is being held without bail. Lovell, who was hit in the shoulder, backed the auto into the second deputy's vehicle, then jumped out of the auto and fled on foot.

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  • Teen shot by LAPD was suicidal, called police

    Teen shot by LAPD was suicidal, called police

    A person shot and killed by Los Angeles police after he pulled what turned out to be a fake gun has been identified as a suicidal 16-year-old boy. That officer " is devastated, as you can well imagine", he said. All then disappear from view because they were no longer within the range of the surveillance camera. Police say officers responding to a report of a man with a gun in South Los Angeles spotted someone matching the description and began to approach him when he turned and pointed ...

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