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Parker highlighted that the Islamist threat was operating at an unprecedented scale, noting there had been a "dramatic" rise in terror plots, which had become increasingly hard to detect. Threats were being identified "day in and day out" and the challenge that we face "is undoubtedly a stark one", the intelligence boss said. Amid concerns that internet majors were not doing enough to curb terror-related activities, Parker said as technology advanced, social media companies had an " ethical ...
  • Las Vegas hotel security guard to appear on Ellen DeGeneres show

    Las Vegas hotel security guard to appear on Ellen DeGeneres show

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    Schuck told NBC News that he came upon Campos, who was shot in the leg, as Paddock fired into the hotel's hallway and nearby rooms. Campos disappeared from a Las Vegas hotel room last Thursday before he was supposed to appear in a series of interviews to break his silence about his role in the worst mass shooting in modern USA history.
  • California firefighters

    California firefighters "cautiously optimistic"

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    On Monday as calm winds gave an advantage to firefighters trying to tame the flames, the couple balanced their good fortune against the losses suffered by many friends. Though some evacuations have been lifted - like in Mendocino County where 8,000 people were allowed to return home Monday - authorities warn there's still some danger.
  • J&J Wins Reversal of First St. Louis Talc-Cancer Verdict

    J&J Wins Reversal of First St. Louis Talc-Cancer Verdict

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    The Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District said that given a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision that limited where injury lawsuits could be filed, the case over Alabama resident Jacqueline Fox's death should not have been tried in St. Spokeswoman Carol Goodrich said in a statement Tuesday that the company has consistently argued that Missouri has no jurisdiction in cases involving non-residents and "we expect the existing verdicts that we are appealing to be reversed".
  • Starbucks insiders tease 'Zombie Frappuccino' for possible Halloween menu

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    Hey zombie fans, Starbucks is rumored to be working on a special drink and just in time for Halloween . Pink "brains" whipped cream and pink mocha drizzle will complete the classic Frankenstein coloring. Starbucks hasn't confirmed whether the flavor is, indeed, coming to Starbucks stores, but a spokesperson's reply suggests that there's at least something wicked coming our way.
  • Senate moves ahead on GOP budget that's key to taxes

    Senate moves ahead on GOP budget that's key to taxes

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    That puts into doubt whether the Senate will be able to hold a crucial vote this week on its budget. Paul told WKU Public Radio the senator wants a bill that cuts taxes for everyone and looks forward to supporting a plan that protects the middle class.
  • Brisbane grandmother attacks baby with meat cleaver

    Brisbane grandmother attacks baby with meat cleaver

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    His 64-year-old grandmother briefly appeared in Brisbane Magistrates Court on Wednesday morning facing a single charge of attempted murder. "The mother found the child in a distressed state with injuries to his face", Inspector Daniel Bragg told reporters.
  • Dealhacker: Send Money To India For Free To Celebrate Diwali

    Dealhacker: Send Money To India For Free To Celebrate Diwali

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    Many of the Hindu families living in India and elsewhere from India also will celebrate this festival with a great devotion and love. -Throughout India, and in Indian communities, people wear new clothes, visit friends and family, and exchange candies and gifts.There is also a strong belief in giving to those in need.
  • NK sends congratulatory message for China's party congress

    NK sends congratulatory message for China's party congress

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    The Chinese authorities have raised security measures in Beijing ahead of the party congress, including stricter luggage scans at transportation hubs and deployment of paramilitary units at subway stations. Officials and experts in South Korea had anxious that Pyongyang may conduct a weapons test to coincide with the Oct 18 opening of the twice-a-decade Community Party congress in China.
  • More Israeli settlements OK'd in Hebron, says watchdog

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    Human rights groups have previously raised concerns about "severe and deeply discriminating" restrictions imposed on Palestinians moving around the area, with the regular closure of major streets and armed security checkpoints. "That would make a total of 6 500 settlement units so far this year", he said. "At the same time, the administration recognises that past demands for a settlement freeze have not helped advance peace talks".
  • Donald Trump tells soldier's widow 'he knew what he signed up for'

    Donald Trump tells soldier's widow 'he knew what he signed up for'

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    Johnson's casket was unloaded from a plane and loaded into a hearse to be taken to its final resting place. "Sarcastically he said: 'But you know he must have known what he signed up for, '" Wilson recounted to NBC6. "I'm livid. He can't even have an open-coffin funeral because his body is so messed up, " Wilson told the Miami Herald. A White House official did not dispute Wilson's characterization of the phone call.