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  • Powerball Fever: Jackpot now a whopping $307M

    Powerball Fever: Jackpot now a whopping $307M

    Players can also purchase their tickets online at illinoislottery.com and at almost 8,000 retailers statewide. Good news lottery fans the Mega Millions jackpot is even larger now. Virgin Islands. Those tickets were sold in Illinois, Kansas, New York, Pennsylvania and Texas. The most recent big Mega Millions win - $536 million in July 2016 - was the third-largest in the game's history, and seventh largest in any USA lottery.

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  • Did taxmen park themselves at resort as guests before raids?

    Did taxmen park themselves at resort as guests before raids?

    The raids were conducted with a team of about 120 Income Tax officials with the aid of central paramilitary force. He also tweeted that the BJP is on an unprecedented witch-hunt just to win one Rajya Sabha seat. "If they were searching him they should have gone to his house", he said. After using the state machinery and other agencies, these I-T raids show their utter desperation and frustration -Ahmed Patel.

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  • World leaders arriving in Tehran for President Rouhani's inauguration

    He went on to describe the U.S.as the "most aggressive state in the world", calling on Iran's political leadership to remain steadfast in the face of perceived external threats ranged against it. In the meantime, the USA imposed sanctions on Iran have shed shadows over the outcome of the nuclear deal, with President Rouhani vowing to respond to the "US breach of the terms of that deal".

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  • Intense Downpours Possible, Flash Flood Watch Issued

    Intense Downpours Possible, Flash Flood Watch Issued

    The warning isn't atypical, but the weather conditions have pushed the thunder farther inland than usual. "This will bring a risk of flash flooding, especially to interior sections". Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach sent thousands of fans home early due to fears of lightning strikes. Flash flooding and debris flows will be a particular threat in and below the recently burned areas.

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  • Woman who convinced boyfriend to kill himself faces sentencing

    Woman who convinced boyfriend to kill himself faces sentencing

    A MA judge ruled Carter was responsible for Conrad Roy III's death because she had placed him in a situation that led to his suicide in a landmark case that made national headlines. In Carter's case, the ruling suggested that in effect, she was whispering in Roy's ear, "kill yourself, kill yourself", Laurie Levenson, a criminal law professor at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, said after Carter's conviction.

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  • Oklahoma disposal wells probed after quake

    Oklahoma disposal wells probed after quake

    The first natural disaster was a 3.0 on the richter scale and occurred at about 9:42 p.m. Tuesday at a depth of 1.49 miles. Residents in the Edmond area reported moderate shaking to the USGS through their "Did You Feel It?" reporting system.

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  • President Trump May Have to Testify in Seth Rich Lawsuit

    President Trump May Have to Testify in Seth Rich Lawsuit

    An investigator and Fox News contributor is suing the network over claims it fabricated his quotes and coordinated with the Trump administration in linking a Democratic staffer to WikiLeaks . Wheeler initially appeared on Washington Fox affiliate WTTG-TV to discuss the story, but later told CNN he had no evidence to support the claim.

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  • Moscow: Three gangsters killed in courthouse firefight

    Moscow: Three gangsters killed in courthouse firefight

    Svetlana Petrenko , spokesperson for Russia's Investigative Committee , said one of the suspects tried to choke an escort officer while in a lift at Moscow Region Court. The two surviving attackers were in hospital with gunshot wounds but were not in serious condition, the official said. A court spokeswoman said the building was evacuated amid the chaos.

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  • Police investigate body in freezer

    Police investigate body in freezer

    A man in Youngstown, Ohio moved into his girlfriends home after storing her body in a freezer, according to ABC affiliate News 5 Cleveland . They are now being held in jail with their bond set at $1 million each. "Early this week, we'll hopefully be able to determine the cause of death and a positive identification", he said. She said it was unlike her sister to be gone for so long without contacting them.

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  • Explosion Targets Mosque In Herat

    Explosion Targets Mosque In Herat

    Afghan interior ministry spokesman Najib Danish said ten people had been reported wounded in the attack which took place at the gate of Jawadya mosque in Herat city, which is close to the Iran border. No group immediately claimed responsibility for Tuesday's attack. The Herat attack was the latest in a series of assaults on Afghanistan's minority Shiite population.

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  • Topeka weather for Monday, July 31, 2017

    Topeka weather for Monday, July 31, 2017

    Mostly cloudy, with a low around 73. Calm wind becoming east around 5 miles per hour in the afternoon. Saturday: Mostly sunny with a high near 91. Tonight: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 65. Thursday: A chance of showers and thunderstorms after 8 a.m. Extended: Highs will be ranging in the 80s for many areas the next couple of days.

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  • Amit Shah eyes Parliament; to contest Rajya Sabha election from Gujarat

    Amit Shah eyes Parliament; to contest Rajya Sabha election from Gujarat

    BJP President Amit Shah and Union Minister Smriti Irani will contest Rajya Sabha polls from Gujarat, BJP leader JP Nadda said on Wednesday. Amit Shah who is an MLA from Gujarat until now will be taken into Modi 's Cabinet. "Elections are going to be held on August 8". While Shah and Irani were nominated by the central leadership a few days back, Rajput, who was Congress' chief whip in the Assembly, was declared the BJP's third candidate shortly after he quit both from the House and ...

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  • White House divisions on display with Scaramucci's comments

    White House divisions on display with Scaramucci's comments

    Ryan was also among the prominent GOP lawmakers who praised the selection of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly as Trump's new White House chief of staff. Trump's first White House press secretary, Sean Spicer, resigned last week with the news that Scaramucci was being brought on as communications director.

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  • Reince Priebus out as chief of staff, John Kelly in

    Reince Priebus out as chief of staff, John Kelly in

    When Trump took office, he named Kelly as Homeland Security secretary. Priebus said the president wanted go "a different direction" and that it was "a healthy thing". Then, on Thursday, he was the subject of a remarkable and profane public rebuke by Trump's newly appointed White House communications director, Anthony Scaramucci .

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  • Iran Says US Navy Vessel Fired Warning Shots

    Iran Says US Navy Vessel Fired Warning Shots

    A similar incident involving the U.S. and Iran took place in the region on Tuesday. "IRGC navy patrol boat continued its mission, ignoring the unprofessional and provocative move by the United States warship and the warship left the zone after a while", the IRGC said in a statement, IRNA reports.

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  • Bill Browder: I Suspect Fusion GPS Gives 'Incentives' to Journalists

    Bill Browder: I Suspect Fusion GPS Gives 'Incentives' to Journalists

    Browder had been Russia's largest portfolio investor until he fled the country in 2005, accused of financial crimes. "We are looking at re-writing the Magnistky Act right now to close off that opportunity", Whitehouse said, "and to make sure there is not this executive backdoor to delisting people" from the OFAC list who are already sanctioned under the Magnitsky Act.

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  • European Union warns U.S. over Russian Federation sanctions bill

    The warring sides also inked another truce deal, dubbed Minsk II, in February 2015 under the supervision of Russia, Germany and France. A spokesman for the Germany foreign ministry also criticised the bill on Wednesday, saying USA politicians were conducting industrial policy under the guise of sanctions , according to Reuters .

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  • Gold, Silver, Copper and Crude Oil Briefing

    Gold, Silver, Copper and Crude Oil Briefing

    Petersburg. A separate report showed that USA oil production recovered to 9.43 million barrels per day, which is the highest level of production since August 2015, however. Non-OPEC member Oman's oil minister Mohammed al Rumhy told reporters he saw no need for additional production cuts from OPEC and non-OPEC. Mr. Falih is under pressure to keep the OPEC deal from falling apart and raise prices higher, the Journal has reported.

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  • United Nations meeting urged as clashes continue in Jerusalem and West Bank

    United Nations meeting urged as clashes continue in Jerusalem and West Bank

    Abbas called for the removal of metal detectors from the al-Aqsa Mosque compound and Jerusalem's other holy sites late Friday, stating that people should be able to "pray with dignity". Hamas said the attack was in response to the violations against the Jerusalem residents and Al-Aqsa Mosque and warned that the Israel government would bear the consequences of its "racial and radical policy" against Palestine.

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  • Poland: Independence of the Judiciary

    Poland: Independence of the Judiciary

    Polish opposition lawmaker and former justice minister Borys Budka says the contentious bill passed by lawmakers earlier in the day will make judges dependent on a single party, the ruling populist Law and Justice party, and deny the citizens the right to independent courts.

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