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When he went outside to see what the commotion was, he saw the two dogs attacking his brother. Lorraine Brock Saylor, 66, and her husband were attacked by two pit bulls Sunday morning, Bell County officials said. Animal control and the Bell County Sheriff's Department are now searching for the brown Pit bull. The names of the victims were not being release pending notification of other family members, according to Bell County Coroner Jay Steele.
  • White House denies Trump said Haitian immigrants 'all have AIDS'

    White House denies Trump said Haitian immigrants 'all have AIDS'

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    John Kelly, the current White House chief of staff, was then the secretary of homeland security and asked that the room be cleared of staff, but aides could still hear the president yelling from behind the closed door. Trump's effort to change US immigration policy has been a disorderly and sometimes dysfunctional process, the Times story noted, but even as he has been frustrated by the limits on presidential power, his plans have gained increasing momentum as the White House became more ...
  • Elderly couple says 60 pounds of pot was intended for Christmas gifts

    Elderly couple says 60 pounds of pot was intended for Christmas gifts

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    Marijuana is high on one elderly couple's gift-giving list this holiday season. York County sheriff's deputies said they found 60 pounds of marijuana inside the Jirons' vehicle. Pete Ricketts, a Republican, called the substance "a unsafe drug", writing in a column: "As the use of marijuana has been legalized in some states, including our neighbor Colorado, we have been able to observe the impact the legalization of marijuana has had not only in their state, but as well as our own".
  • USA ambassador denies own comments, then denies denial

    USA ambassador denies own comments, then denies denial

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    We would call it fake news . After watching the clip, Hoekstra clarified and said, he didn't call his statements "fake news". Hoekstra responds: "I didn't say that. It's really tragic when it reaches that level - when conspiracy theories are accepted and promoted at such a high level and not just on some hate site on the Internet.
  • Man held over Christmas attack plot in San Francisco

    Man held over Christmas attack plot in San Francisco

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    According to court documents , Jameson selected the Pier 39 location because he "knew it was a heavily crowded area". Jameson also said he wanted to use "explosives", and he described a plan where where people would "funnel" into a place where he could "inflict casualties".
  • Top EU Court Rules Uber Is A Taxi Service

    Top EU Court Rules Uber Is A Taxi Service

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    He said it is too early to say which other companies might be affected but called the overall message from the ruling worrying for startups. A decision Wednesday by Europe's highest court hands a big win to these often decades-old groups and organized labor - and represents a black eye to the San Francisco based-ride sharing app.
  • Snow possible Sunday with sun on Christmas

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    Preliminary snowfall projections indicate that up to 3-6 inches of snow could fall by Friday evening across northern MA along the New Hampshire and Vermont borders, with snowfall amounts falling off to the south and east. Cloudy, with a high near 21. Low about 37. Chance of precipitation is 80 percent. A few flakes will mix in with the rain during the afternoon. Tonight: Snow will start falling after dinner time in Western New York and move east.
  • U.S. says North Korea was 'directly responsible' for WannaCry cyberattack

    U.S. says North Korea was 'directly responsible' for WannaCry cyberattack

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    A spokesman for South Korea's Unification Ministry, which handles North Korean affairs, said on Monday the government was considering "countermeasures", including more sanctions, over the cyber attacks. But the fact that exposing North Korean cyber-warfare activities risks alerting them to our own capabilities and perhaps even the methods we use to discover how we can track the hacks speaks against some kind of subterfuge by the administration.
  • Japanese Cabinet Approves Two Aegis Ashore Systems Deployment

    Japanese Cabinet Approves Two Aegis Ashore Systems Deployment

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    Aegis Ashore is a land-based version of the Aegis combat system developed for warships, a collection of radars, computers and missiles. "North Korea's nuclear missile development poses a new level of threat to Japan and as we have done in the past we will ensure that we are able to defend ourselves with a drastic improvement in ballistic missile defence", Itsunori Onodera, the defence minister, said.
  • The Pentagon spent millions investigating UFOs

    The Pentagon spent millions investigating UFOs

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    Documents from the programme describe sightings of aircraft moving at very high velocities with no visible signs of propulsion, or that hovered with no apparent means of lift. The U.S government has investigated UFOs off for decades, dating back to cases during World War II, but the notorious Project Blue Book didn't begin to look into UFO sightings until after the 1947 "UFO crash" in Roswell, New Mexico.
  • Palestinian Ahed Tamimi arrested by Israeli forces

    Palestinian Ahed Tamimi arrested by Israeli forces

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    The arrest warrant, which was carried out by soldiers from the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and Border Police, stated that the girl was arrested for taking part in violent riots in the village, the Times of Israel reported, citing a statement from the IDF.
  • Track Palin arrested, charged with domestic violence-again

    Track Palin arrested, charged with domestic violence-again

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    In the document, Todd Palin said the altercation started when his son called to say he was coming to get a truck from the house, to which he objected, prompting his son to say he was on his way anyway "to beat his a**". He remained held at the Mat-Su Pretrial Facility in Palmer, Alaska, as of Sunday afternoon. He took a plea deal that resulted in some of the charges being dismissed, and he pleaded guilty to possessing a firearm while intoxicated, a misdemeanour.
  • Shinee singer Kim Jong-hyun: K-pop boy band superstar dies

    Shinee singer Kim Jong-hyun: K-pop boy band superstar dies

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    Initial reports revealed that Jonghyun was lying in his room with the coal briquette burning. SM Entertainment , the company that founded the group, confirmed Kim's death in a statement , writing that his funeral would be "carried out in the quietest manner with his family members and co-workers".
  • USA vetoes UN Security Council draft resolution on Jerusalem status

    USA vetoes UN Security Council draft resolution on Jerusalem status

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    Key US allies Britain, France, Italy, Japan and Ukraine were among the 14 countries in the 15-member council that backed the measure, highlighting Washington's isolation. Currently, Palestine is a "non-member observer state", meaning that it has the right to speak but not vote on resolutions. Foreign Ministry spokesperson Ahmed Abu Zeid expressed regret in a written statement.
  • North Korea was behind the WannaCry cyberattacks, says the White House

    North Korea was behind the WannaCry cyberattacks, says the White House

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    Bossert also called the attack reckless, while Reuters cites a "senior administration official" who declined to comment on whether or not the U.S. believes it was a deliberate attack or accidental. Bossert warned of the threat from Russian hackers and touted legal action taken against suspected hackers as well as the Trump administration's decision to ban software from the Russia-based company Kaspersky Lab in government computers.
  • Russian Federation to resume flights to Egypt, halted after 2015 bombing

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    Sokolov said earlier on Friday that flights would be resumed in February 2018 but only after an official decree is issued by President Putin himself, according to Russia Today. Last week Egypt and Russian Federation signed a contract for the building of Egypt's first nuclear power plant, during a visit to Cairo by President Vladimir Putin.
  • Ski Lift Malfunction Strands Dozens, 5 Have Minor Injuries

    Ski Lift Malfunction Strands Dozens, 5 Have Minor Injuries

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    That caused a domino effect to several other lift chairs. "We take the safety of our guests very seriously, and are saddened to learn that there were non-life threatening injuries as a result of this accident", it reads. So is another employee. Onlookers reported that the lift had stopped before the chairs slid into one another leaving skiers crushed together. Representatives from the resort apologized for the mishap in a statement provided to TIME.
  • Putin: Trump's call saved Russian Federation from deadly terror attacks this weekend

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    The White House said in a statement that "terrorists" were captured before an attack "that could have killed large numbers of people", the BBC reported. The cathedral is a popular tourist site. While Trump and Putin are believed to get along well, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and an intelligence committee set up by the House of Representatives continue to investigate allegations of collusion between the Trump campaign team and Kremlin officials in the run-up to last year's United States ...
  • Vladimir Putin Is Trump's Favorite Twitter Stalker

    Vladimir Putin Is Trump's Favorite Twitter Stalker

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    The US political establishment has been wary of any close contacts between the White House and the Kremlin amid the ongoing investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and allegations that Trump's election team colluded with Moscow.
  • Trump officials demand Mueller return thousands of emails

    Trump officials demand Mueller return thousands of emails

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    While Trump's team has insisted that former GSA general counsel Richard Beckler had assured them that they "owned and controlled" the emails, BuzzFeed wrote , Loewentritt disputed that account and Beckler has since died. The special counsel reportedly got the email trove from the GSA, not from Trump For America, a still-functioning arm of Trump's transition team. This dispute over the lawful obtaining of this batch of emails is the latest in a series of ongoing attacks, particularly from ...
  • Padman trailer released: Akshay kumar on a social mission

    Padman trailer released: Akshay kumar on a social mission

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    Akshay's films in the past have been content driven and given that Padman is based on a real life personality, the buzz around it is pretty high. We soon meet Akshay Kumar's character Lakshmikanth, whose initiative to manufacture cost-effective sanitary napkins results in him delivering a speech on menstrual hygiene at the UN Headquarters.
  • More Arab states welcome United Nations report, U.S. position on Iran's hostile acts

    More Arab states welcome United Nations report, U.S. position on Iran's hostile acts

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    Washington has been an even more vocal backer of Saudi Arabia's regional policies under President Donald Trump , particularly Riyadh's hawkish posture against Iran and its allies. The U.N. has repeatedly sanctioned Iran for its illicit proliferation. Ms. Haley said the truck-sized missile segment behind her had been launched at the worldwide airport in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and "led the USA intelligence community to conclude unequivocally that these weapons were supplied by the Iranian ...
  • Japan expands unilateral sanctions in opposition to North Korea

    Japan expands unilateral sanctions in opposition to North Korea

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    North Korea's latest missile test, which USA experts say indicated an increasing technological sophistication, did not demonstrate an imminent threat of nuclear attack on the United States, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Friday. He also criticized unilateral sanctions against North Korea — which the U.S., European Union, Japan and others have imposed — saying they undermine Security Council unity "and should be abandoned".
  • Facebook Plans Pre-Roll Advertisements

    Facebook Plans Pre-Roll Advertisements

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    The Ad Break change is one way Facebook is trying to ensure users are watching ads as brands demand greater insight into the viewability of the ads they invest in. The company is of the view that pre-roll ads will be a big hit in Watch unlike in News Feed. "We'll start with 6-second pre-roll with the goal of understanding what works best for different types of shows across a range of audiences".
  • Cabinet clears triple talaq bill

    Cabinet clears triple talaq bill

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    The draft law also proposes a three year jail term for the husband, PTI quoted a senior government functionary as saying. The bill will be tabled in the Parliament three months after the Supreme Court judgment pronouncing triple talaq as unconstitutional and void, and asking the government to bring in a law to curb the practice.