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Speaking somberly from the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House, Mr. Trump condemned the shooting as an "act of pure evil". Today almost 60 people are dead in Las Vegas and the number is expected to rise. Trump gave a statement from the White House Diplomatic Room the morning after the Las Vegas shooting , which struck a somewhat different tone. "I wish I could be surprised by this shooting, but I can't be surprised because it just keeps happening over and over again", said Jen ...
  • 'Bob's Burgers' Heads to Big Screen With 2020 Movie

    'Bob's Burgers' Heads to Big Screen With 2020 Movie

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    The movie will have to "scratch every itch" for the fans of the show and "work" for those who haven't seen the show before. "But no pressure, right?!" The Emmy-winning animated program, which just launched its eight season with a fan art-inspired episode, is taking center stage at a Bob's Burgers pop-up shop on Saturday, October 7.
  • Democrats are desperate to do something - anything - on gun control

    Democrats are desperate to do something - anything - on gun control

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    She also wondered aloud on Twitter what the death toll would have been if Paddock was able to purchase a rifle silencer which she said the NRA is trying to make more accessible. Some Democrats seemed to tacitly acknowledge that gun legislation is a nonstarter, with many lawmakers offering statements that offered condolences but no formal calls for action.
  • Russian-bought Facebook ads targeted MI

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    Special Counsel Robert Mueller and congressional committees are investigating possible links between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russian Federation. Bush in 1988 to carry the Great Lakes State, where he outperformed historical averages for a Republican in rural communities. Federal authorities notified 21 states last month that they had been targeted by Russian government hackers during the 2016 presidential election, around a year after the efforts were first discovered.
  • Las Vegas Shooter Stephen Paddock Gambled For $10000 Per Day

    Las Vegas Shooter Stephen Paddock Gambled For $10000 Per Day

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    Danley remains a person of interest in the law enforcement investigation merely because she reportedly had the closest relationship with Paddock. A police official revealed she voluntarily returned to the USA in a bid to "clear her name" of any involvement in the massacre.
  • Surf Industry Unites To Raise Money For Puerto Rico Aid

    Surf Industry Unites To Raise Money For Puerto Rico Aid

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    About 20 dogs and cats from Puerto Rico were transported this week to the Humane League of Lancaster County for medical treatment. DeLauro said she has "deep concerns, frustration and anger", over the federal response to the "tragedy", in Puerto Rico, which is home to some 3.4 million US citizens.
  • Why this year's Harvest Moon will be unique

    Why this year's Harvest Moon will be unique

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    It's sure to be an incredible view you won't see again until next year. It all depends on which moon is closest to the autumn equinox - the first official day of fall. 22, closer to the October full moon than the September full moon. The timing of this year's Harvest Moon is unusual because Harvest Moon generally comes in September.
  • PM Modi assures economy on right track: Top quotes

    PM Modi assures economy on right track: Top quotes

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    Addressing the Company Secretaries from all over India at a programme in New Delhi to mark the golden jubilee year of Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI), he said that the economy is moving on the right track. Calling November 8 past year, the day he announced demonetisation , as a historic milestone in the country's fight against corruption, Modi said that the registration of 2.1 lakh of 3 lakh suspected shell companies was cancelled as part of a sustained and ongoing ...
  • Senators to discuss first findings in Russia probe

    Senators to discuss first findings in Russia probe

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    The social media company was expected to provide the advertisements to the House and Senate Intelligence Committees and the Senate Judiciary Committee, which are all investigating Russian election interference . When considering the impact of the ads, Burr said they were a good bargain for the Russia-linked buyers. Washington has accused Russian Federation of meddling in the November 8 election, with United States congressional investigators launching a probe into alleged interference.
  • Mattis plays down split between Trump, Tillerson on North Korea

    Mattis plays down split between Trump, Tillerson on North Korea

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    Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was asked to address the president's remarks while working to engage in a dialogue with North Korea from Beijing, in which he referred to the entire situation as "overheated". However, the ease of tensions after August 15 was only calm before the storm, as North Korea launched a few Scud missiles on August 26 and a ballistic missile over northern Japan on August 29.
  • DACA deadline nears as work on legislation continues

    DACA deadline nears as work on legislation continues

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    Pelosi and Schumer had trumpeted an agreement with the president after emerging from their own White House dinner last month, saying that he had agreed to codify existing DACA protections and to back a broader legislative solution called the DREAM Act that could cover around twice as many immigrants.