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A 27-year-old woman has been charged after a video of her 9-month-old daughter crawling unsupervised across a busy road in Upstate New York surfaced on social media, raising concerns about the welfare of the child. One man picks up the child. Following the woman's confession, the Child Protective Services were notified and, on Saturday, the toddler and three other children, ages 1, 2, and five were removed from the Utica mom's custody.
  • Trump's tariff threat on European cars could spell big trouble for Germany

    Trump's tariff threat on European cars could spell big trouble for Germany

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    We stand on the brink of war, not a war of bullets and bombs, but a war of retaliatory tariffs and punitive trade restrictions that will squeeze American workers and harm the most vulnerable among us. Amid mounting Republican dismay over Trump's protectionist path, Sen. Lindsey Graham said the sweeping action would let China "off the hook". He noted the example of BMW, which sells about 350,000 cars in the US annually, roughly 70 percent of which come from Europe.
  • Trump questions violence in video games

    Trump questions violence in video games

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    The video was created for a "closed" meeting on Thursday between President Donald Trump and computer game executives, The Verge reports , and is indicative of the United States government's stance on the subject. "I'm not closing the door", she told reporters. "I don't think there should be any government control over it", Bozell said. Business leaders, too, sounded their alarm about the potential economic fallout, warning that American consumers would be hurt by higher prices.
  • Britain will work with EU on exemptions to US metals tariffs

    Britain will work with EU on exemptions to US metals tariffs

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    European Parliament President Antonio Tajani said the USA and EU "should work together to tackle unfair trade practices that destroy jobs, not fight with each other". US President Donald Trump officially implemented the measures on Thursday, leaning on a little-used and decades-old national security clause in US trade law.
  • Wounded Binyamin Netanyahu threatens to force election in Israel

    Wounded Binyamin Netanyahu threatens to force election in Israel

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    Meanwhile, the Likud attacked Education Minister Naftali Bennett for comments that he made in a weekend interview, which implied that it was Netanyahu himself who was fomenting the coalition crisis - so that he could call for new elections, with his popularity at almost an all-time high, according to recent polls.
  • NRA to sue after Florida governor signs gun restrictions

    NRA to sue after Florida governor signs gun restrictions

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    Governor Rick Scott , a Republican and staunch ally of the gun lobby, enacted the bill . "Today should serve as an example to the entire country that government can and must move fast". The lawsuit names Attorney General Pam Bondi and Rick Swearingen, Commissioner of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. At the same time Scott said he is a member of the NRA and will remain part of the organization.
  • Watch OJ Simpson's murder 'confession' from 2006 interview

    Watch OJ Simpson's murder 'confession' from 2006 interview

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    O.J. Simpson attends his parole hearing at Lovelock Correctional Center July 20, 2017 in Lovelock, Nevada. "He said, 'I've got this box of tapes here". "As things got heated, I just remember Nicole fell and hurt herself". Simpson said he kept a knife in the vehicle "for the crazies" and added that Charlie had followed Goldman, carrying the knife.
  • Champions League: Real Madrid, Liverpool through to quarter-final

    Champions League: Real Madrid, Liverpool through to quarter-final

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    Reigning champions, the first ever back-to-back Champions League winners, Zinedine Zidane's men are streetwise beyond compare in this competition, even if their domestic form leaves a lot to be desired. Spending 400 million euros (S$653m) on Neymar and Kylian Mbappe did not help as the Brazilian played poorly in the first leg and his striking partner was nowhere to be seen yesterday.