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  • Biden Points Out Military Aide With Nuclear Launch Codes During Rally

    He also criticized Trump for encouraging the Russians to hack Clinton's email: "Even if he is joking - which he's not - even if he's joking, what an outrageous thing to say". Meanwhile, Biden said Scranton "deserves someone who's made of the same stuff". The pair's original debut was postponed last month after the tragic police shootings in Dallas.

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  • Miguel Cabrera injured in Tigers' 3-1 loss to Royals

    Miguel Cabrera injured in Tigers' 3-1 loss to Royals

    He's 3-6 with a 4.18 ERA in road starts this season, but he has thrown well against the Tigers tonight despite not beating them. He gave up six hits and walked a career-high four. The Tigers were given a big second chance to tie the game in the eighth, when Mondesi made a bone-headed error allowing Jarrod Saltalamacchia to reach.

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  • Over 2000 drug tests conducted so far at Rio Olympics

    Over 2000 drug tests conducted so far at Rio Olympics

    Further, an Instagram account called Sportsswipe has been collecting screenshots of the verified Tinder accounts of various Olympic athletes. And since this is 2016, a lot of that hooking up is getting started on Tinder . Marcus Nyman , a judoka in the men's 90-kilogram division from Sweden, said he got 10 matches on Tinder in the first day or so after he arrived in Rio .

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  • ULFA targets Hindi-speaking people in Assam, 2 killed in Tinsukia

    ULFA targets Hindi-speaking people in Assam, 2 killed in Tinsukia

    The incident comes a week after NDFB (S) militants opened fire on Balajan Tinali market in the State's Kokrajhar district, killing 14 people. "Culprits involved in the attack will not be spared", he said. All the six injured were taken to the Doomdooma government civil hospital. Tinsukia Superintendent of Police Mugdhajyoti Dev Mahanta said operations were launched against the militants and that security in the districts was intensified.

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  • French Court Upholds Cannes Burkini Ban

    The ban also came under fire from the Socialist Party, who are in opposition to the center-right Republicans who control Cannes. Women who attempt to wear the full coverage swimsuit on Cannes beaches will now be asked to change or leave the beach.

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  • US declares health emergency in Puerto Rico due to Zika

    Days after Miami-Dade announced that more than a dozen locally transmitted Zika cases had been confirmed, the TCMI began surveying tourists about whether they planned to avoid the state. He said while only seven cases have been recorded, "this is the tip of the iceberg" since 80 per cent of people who are infected with the virus do not know or have mild infections.

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  • Turkey seeks arrest of Hakan Sukur in coup probe

    Turkey's state-run news agency reports Friday, Aug. 12, 2016, authorities have issued an arrest warrant for former soccer star and legislator Hakan Sukur over his alleged links to a US -based Muslim cleric, accused by Turkey of masterminding last month's failed coup.

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  • Broncos vs. Bears: 3 Positives From Chicago's Loss

    Kubiak said this past week that Sanchez's accuracy wavers when the play is extended, which is something he has worked with Sanchez to conquer. "It's all about that 'exam.' Those exams are those preseason games, and I can't think of a better test than the defending world champs Thursday night", Bears coach John Fox said.

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  • Big Dakota pipeline to upend oil delivery in US

    Big Dakota pipeline to upend oil delivery in US

    The Bakken pipeline, a line about as long as the Keystone XL, goes through mostly state and private farm land in North Dakota, South Dakota, Illinois, and Iowa - though ancestral Native American land is also affected. The tribe argues that the pipeline would impact drinking water and sacred sites on its 2.3-million acre reservation straddling the North Dakota-South Dakota border.

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  • China says new satellite will help safeguard interests at sea

    But Ramos would have to first visit Beijing for talks with Chinese officials to pave the way for Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte to make a formal state visit to China, he said. Ramos said there would be ample opportunities for talks between the two governments at a series of upcoming global gatherings. Tensions over the disputes have mounted since the tribunal's decision, with China angrily rejecting it and announcing penalties for "illegal" fishing in the disputed areas.

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  • Making a Murderer's Brendan Dassey has had his conviction overturned

    Brendan Dassey , 16 at the time of Teresa Halbach's rape and murder in 2005, was sentenced to life in prison in 2007 for participating in the killing, along with his uncle Steven Avery. Dassey is the nephew of Steven Avery. Though Avery was the spotlight of Making a Murderer , it was Dassey's role in the alleged crime that was perhaps the most hard to swallow.

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  • The Killing Of Koury Thomas Echoes That Of Trayvon Martin

    The Killing Of Koury Thomas Echoes That Of Trayvon Martin

    Copley was taken to the Wake County Detention Center where he is being held without bail. Just 7 minutes before the call about the shooting, another caller - who claimed he was with the neighborhood watch - complained about people on Singleleaf, requested police and said he was going to "secure the neighborhood".

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  • Sheriff's office says 2 officers shot in western Arkansas

    Sheriff's office says 2 officers shot in western Arkansas

    Sebastian County Deputy Bill Cooper died of a fatal wound to his neck after Jones shot him, Sebastian County Sheriff Bill Hollenbeck said at a news conference. It seems [he had] full intent to inflict violence against us. After the shooting, the suspect barricaded himself inside his house. A police dog was also struck by gunfire.

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  • North Atlantic Treaty Organisation says Turkey 'valued ally'

    North Atlantic Treaty Organisation says Turkey 'valued ally'

    Turkey blames Gülen for being behind the coup attempt. More than 60,000 people in the military, judiciary, civil service and education have been detained, suspended or placed under investigation since the coup attempt, in which rogue soldiers commandeered tanks and warplanes to try to take power.

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  • United Nations calls for humanitarian access to Syria's war-torn Aleppo

    Syria's Bashar Assad wants to take full control of Aleppo , pre-war Syria's most populous city, which has been divided between opposition and government-held areas. On Sunday, rebels cut off the government's key access route into western Aleppo - the Khanasser Road - leaving some two million people in "de facto fear of besiegement", the United Nations said in a statement .

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  • In Miami, Clinton to call Congress back for Zika virus

    The baby became sick in the womb, according to the Department of State Health Services. There have been 17 cases of locally-acquired Zika in southern Florida, where health officials have been battling an outbreak. Seven women have lost pregnancies due to Zika. If you must, they suggest wearing clothing and bug spray. It usually comes with mild symptoms , including a rash, fever and joint pain.

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  • CNN hosting Green Party town hall

    CNN hosting Green Party town hall

    The candidate has been a proponent of renewable energy and cutting military spending in favor of her program to cancel student debt. But she has more experience losing than she does winning. For the Greens, the spoiler concept is sensitive territory. "In Texas, it's so red a blue vote is a wasted vote", Ndgo said during her Saturday keynote speech.

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  • Carl comments on Pistorius hospital scare

    According to hospital staff, security was tight and only senior doctors and nurses were given access to the security section where Pistorius was recovering. Oscar Pistorius at the High Court in Pretoria, South Africa where he was sentenced to six years for the killing of his girlfriend Reeve Steenkamp. Pistorius' family spokeswoman Anneliese Burgess told Reuters the family would not issue a statement at this stage.

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  • London Mayor Urges Calm And Vigilance After Knife Attack

    Florida State University said Ms Horton's husband - psychology scholar Richard Wagner - was teaching summer classes in the capital and she had accompanied him on the trip. Two Australians have been confirmed injured in a stabbing attack that left a United States woman dead in central London . Norway's National Criminal Investigation Service said he had left the Scandinavian country in 2002, when he was a small child.

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  • Rajnath's insult in Islamabad result of India's Pakitan policy: Congress

    The Congress leader said there have been SAARC meetings before under the shadow of terrorism, but "never before have we seen such type of insults against India". Even, the Pakistani private television news channels were not allowed to telecast Singh's speech. I will not comment whether Pakistan was right or wrong in not allowing coverage of my speech at the SAARC summit.

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  • Longmont weather: Afternoon expected showers over the weekend

    Longmont weather: Afternoon expected showers over the weekend

    Tonight: Partly cloudy skies, rain chances continue. Next week looks fairly nice with plenty of sunshine and low humidity to start followed by warmer and more humid conditions by the middle of the week. Ninety-degree weather returns next week with isolated chances for rain and thunderstorms Tuesday through Thursday . Chance of precipitation is 50%.

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  • 3 killed, 150 hurt in Kashmir

    3 killed, 150 hurt in Kashmir

    Anti-India sentiment runs deep in the psyche of majority of Kashmiris. Mohammad Maqbool Khanday was killed allegedly in action by security forces against mobs who indulged in stone-pelting after Friday prayers at Nagam in Chadoora area of central Kashmir's Budgam district, a police official said.

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