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Deputies and first responders rushed to the portent where Koehn, Harris and their two young children resided, and when they arrived, they confirmed that Sterling had died. The affidavit states that Sterling was "found seated in a powered swing/seat in a bedroom separate from where Zachary, Cheyanne and their other child slept".
  • Another Woman Accuses George HW Bush Of Groping Her

    Another Woman Accuses George HW Bush Of Groping Her

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    In her Instagram post , Lind said: "It seems to me a president's power is in his or her capacity to enact positive change, actually help people, and serve as a symbol of our democracy". As we previously reported, the 41st President of the United States offered up an apology after Turn actress Heather Lind accused the politician of groping her during a photo opportunity.
  • Japanese defence minister sounds alarm on North Korea

    Japanese defence minister sounds alarm on North Korea

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    Odonera's comments, made through an interpreter, came at the outset of a so-called trilateral meeting in the Philippines with US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis and South Korea's defence minister, Song Young-moo. A top US diplomat to North Korea, Joseph Yun, has been on Capitol Hill warning of the breakdown and enlisting help to persuade the Trump administration to prioritize diplomacy with Kim Jong Un over heated rhetoric that appears to be encouraging nuclear conflict, sources said.
  • Tillerson: Assad Has 'No Role' in Syria's Future

    Tillerson: Assad Has 'No Role' in Syria's Future

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    The secretary said USA policy has not changed, but his remarks represented tougher language from an administration that had previously said Assad's fate is not a priority. Putin generally does not differentiate between IS fighters and US -backed rebels when referring to "terrorists". Assad's regime has been saved by Russian and Iranian military intervention and he insists that he will not stand down in the face of what he regards as "terrorist" rebels.
  • Off-duty cop saves man choking at Buffalo Wild Wings in New Jersey

    Off-duty cop saves man choking at Buffalo Wild Wings in New Jersey

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    New Jersey State Police said Trooper Dennis Palaia was with his son at a Buffalo Wild Wings in Rockaway Township watching football when a man sitting with a child at another table showed signs he had difficulty breathing. The trooper performed the Heimlich maneuver, allowing the man to breath normally again. Police said if it wasn't for Trooper Palaia's quick actions, the situation could have ended much worse.
  • UK's contested Brexit bill faces Nov 14 battle in Parliament

    UK's contested Brexit bill faces Nov 14 battle in Parliament

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    Davis said Brussels' track record on talks meant they might only be concluded at 11:59pm on the day before Britain leaves the European Union in March 2019. He said a draft deal would be agreed by October 2018, as agreed by Michel Barnier, in time for a vote at the end of 2018 or the start of 2019. The Brexit secretary told MPs: "We fully expect there will be a vote in the UK Parliament before the vote in the European Parliament and before we leave the European Union".
  • Mental health problems cost 300000 United Kingdom jobs every year

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    It follows revelations in a government-backed report that 300,000 workers leave or lose their jobs each year due to mental health problems- costing employers up to £43bn annually. The review makes 40 recommendations about how employers and the government can better support employees to remain at work, such as through creating an online wellbeing portal and using digital technology to support workers in the gig economy.
  • NY to dump Metrocard; to switch to new fare payment system

    NY to dump Metrocard; to switch to new fare payment system

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    Instead of swiping the MetroCard, MTA users will be able to use a mobile wallet, like Apple Pay , or tap a contactless bank card at turnstiles and on buses across the city. Customers will still be able to use MetroCard until 2023. Lhota speculated that "the millennial generation, those who are more prone to new technology", will be the early adopters, adding that card issuers will be quick to incorporate NFC technology "when they realize that 5.8 to 6 million people in New York City are ...
  • Two Ga. teens accused of making terrorist threats against their high school

    Two Ga. teens accused of making terrorist threats against their high school

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    They said they found a homemade incendiary device and an undetermined powder substance at McCurley's house, and a journal at Dupree's house in which details were laid out of an attack against the school. On Monday, deputies made contact with Dupree, a student at the high school, and his family after receiving a tip from someone who had claimed to have seen a physical journal of his that contained threatening language.
  • WikiLeaks' Assange: Russia didn't give us emails

    WikiLeaks' Assange: Russia didn't give us emails

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    It's unclear at what point during the campaign Nix approached Assange, but Nix's firm received almost $6 million from the Trump campaign in total, including $5 million in September 2016 alone. Ted Cruz's (R-TX) presidential campaign, but began working for Trump's campaign in July 2016, with the first payment to the firm coming July 29, according to the Journal.
  • Ram Madhav appreciates appointment of new Kashmir interlocutor

    Ram Madhav appreciates appointment of new Kashmir interlocutor

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    A statement issued to a Srinagar based news agency said addressing a UJC meeting, Salahuddin said, "India has violated all rights of Kashmiris and the people have not accepted Indian rule". For the past almost two months, Jammu-based leaders of Congress and National Conference among other opposition parties have been criticizing BJP ministers in the coalition government for their failure to get public holiday announced on the birthday of last Dogra ruler Maharaja Hari Singh which falls on ...
  • US House passes ballistic missile sanctions on Iran

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    U.S. Representative Ed Royce, the Republican chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, who sponsored the ballistic missile bill, has said the global nuclear deal should be strictly enforced by Washington working with its allies. The House also adopted H.R. 3342, which would direct the president to impose economic sanctions on members of Hezbollah who have used human shields, and ban those individuals from entering the United States.