• Peru's Ex-President Ordered Jailed Pending Corruption Trial
Peru's Ex-President Ordered Jailed Pending Corruption Trial

A Peruvian judge has ordered ex-president Ollanta Humala and his wife Nadine Heredia held in pre-trial detention for allegedly accepting illegal campaign donations from Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht. The court order came after prosecutor German Juarez successfully argued the couple represented a flight risk to evade justice and that woul...

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  • Congress' Military Budget Is Even Bigger Than Trump Asked For
Congress' Military Budget Is Even Bigger Than Trump Asked For

The Republican-led House has decisively approved a defense policy bill that declares climate change a threat to USA national security, demands rigorous oversight of the Pentagon's cyber operations, and rebuffs the Trump administration's bid to close excess military bases.

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  • USA to Appeal Hawaii Judge's Travel Ban Ruling Before Ninth Circuit
USA to Appeal Hawaii Judge's Travel Ban Ruling Before Ninth Circuit

The administration is choosing to bypass the San Francisco-based appeals court that has ruled against it in the case and return to the high court. He found the State Department's definition was too limited, and ordered the government to both expand who qualifies as family and include refugees who have secured the support of a USA group.

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  • Worker killed after highway collapse
Worker killed after highway collapse

It added that the rail construction sites will observe a safety timeout on Friday morning . LTA is building a temporary road alongside the slip road so that SBS Transit's bus service 24, which was diverted after the accident, can return to its original route.

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  • Trump's Muslim travel ban exempts grand parents, Hawaii judge rules
Trump's Muslim travel ban exempts grand parents, Hawaii judge rules

He cites Supreme Court cases-which are, by the way, frequently written by grandparents-that have broadly defined family to include, say, grandparents . Constitution. The ban was temporarily suspended by a federal court in Seattle on February 3-a decision later backed by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

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  • Indian astrophysicists discover supercluster of galaxies, name it 'Saraswati'
Indian astrophysicists discover supercluster of galaxies, name it 'Saraswati'

Saraswati extends over a scale of 600 million light years and is believed to be 10 billion years old. A team of astronomers from India has identified a supercluster of galaxies that has the capacity of containing thousands of suns, billions of stars, planets, dark matter and other bodies.

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  • 4 additional CRPF companies to be sent to Darjeeling, Centre to SC
4 additional CRPF companies to be sent to Darjeeling, Centre to SC

The security forces maintained a close vigil at all police stations, camps and outposts besides the entry and exit routes to prevent attacks by pro-Gorkhaland agitators, the official sources said. He said the state government could not deploy any additional police as it had done to the maximum, and sought central armed police force for assistance.

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  • Supreme Court Orders CBI Probe Into 98 Alleged Fake Encounters in Manipur
Supreme Court Orders CBI Probe Into 98 Alleged Fake Encounters in Manipur

This order came when a Supreme Court bench consisting of Justices Madan B Lokur and Deepak Gupta was hearing a case filed by the Extra Judicial Execution Victims Families Association. The groups often target Indian armed forces in the state. The SC said access to justice is a basic human rights, which enjoys a special place in India's constitutio...

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  • White House Request For Feedback On Its Election Commission Backfired Bigly
White House Request For Feedback On Its Election Commission Backfired Bigly

One person, whose name and email address was published by the commission, wrote "DO NOT RELEASE ANY OF MY VOTER DATA PERIOD". Voters directed that outrage toward the Trump White House and the voter commission, often using profanity-laced language in the emails released this week, 112 pages of them.

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  • North Carolina Prayer Before Meeting Unconstitutional, Court Rules
North Carolina Prayer Before Meeting Unconstitutional, Court Rules

The case is likely to be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court, which already ruled recently that it was legal for predominantly Christian prayers to be offered by clergy at town meetings in NY. "They don't forget", Lund told reporters after the 4th Circuit hearing. " This ruling is a great victory for the rights of all residents to participate in...

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  • Nevada takes steps to end the great legal weed shortage of 2017
Nevada takes steps to end the great legal weed shortage of 2017

Nevada's law is unique among legal pot states, dictating that only alcohol wholesalers can transport the drug from growers to storefronts for the next 18 months. It would appear that marijuana distribution licenses would have to be issued to persons other than liquor wholesalers - however, nothing is that simple.

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  • Canada's Trudeau Gives Keynote Address at Governors Conference
Canada's Trudeau Gives Keynote Address at Governors Conference

At the governors meeting, Mr Trudeau said " Nafta isn't perfect" but that states should urge the federal government to fix it, instead of scrapping it all together. "We do not really know who is going to be the most influential, which thing will be the turning point, and what is going to resonate with people, so they have got to try everything a...

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  • Montgomery County mosquito tests positive for West Nile virus
Montgomery County mosquito tests positive for West Nile virus

The Grey Bruce Health Unit is reminding residents and visitors to take precautions against mosquito bites. According to the Oklahoma State Department of Health, 35 people were diagnosed with the virus in 2016. Discourage mosquitoes from resting in your yard by trimming tall
grass, weeds and vines. Although health officials say the risk of contr...

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  • Retrial Ordered for Activist Who Laughed During Sessions Confirmation
Retrial Ordered for Activist Who Laughed During Sessions Confirmation

She had attended Sessions's January 10 confirmation hearing along with about two dozen other members from Code Pink, a progressive activist group that regularly protests at Congress. Morin of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia called the government's theory about laughter being sufficient for criminal charges " disconcerting ." .

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  • Lawyer who met with Trump brought DNC-related documents
Lawyer who met with Trump brought DNC-related documents

Veteran Washington , D.C., lawyer Ty Cobb is the latest to join the president's legal team, a White House official said . The meeting came amid a lobbying campaign against the Magnitsky Act , legislation passed in 2012 that barred several Russian officials accused of human rights abuses from entering the US and infuriated Russian President Vl...

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  • Despite Reports, US Says No Proof ISIS Leader Is Dead
Despite Reports, US Says No Proof ISIS Leader Is Dead

Mattis told reporters, "If we knew, we would tell you". "We assume he's alive until it's proven otherwise". "We take any report of this nature with a large dose of salt", said Sebastian Gorka, deputy assistant to US President Donald Trump.

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  • Turkey Bans German Lawmakers From Visiting NATO Base in Konya
Turkey Bans German Lawmakers From Visiting NATO Base in Konya

A spokesman for Russia's arms-export company Rosoboronexport OJSC said he couldn't immediately comment on details of a deal with Turkey . The S-400 is Russia's next-generation air defense system, carrying three different types of missiles capable of destroying aerial targets at a short-to-extremely-long range.

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  • USA inmate admits killing 4 missing men
USA inmate admits killing 4 missing men

The person spoke to The Associated Press on the condition of anonymity on Thursday because he was not authorized to publicly discuss details of the case against 20-year-old Cosmo DiNardo . Kratz alleges that DiNardo shot Finocchiaro, the affidavit said. DiNardo then offered to sell him a gun for that price, and brought him to to another area of ...

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  • PDP fixes October for National Convention as Sheriff surrenders
PDP fixes October for National Convention as Sheriff surrenders

Makarfi further said that committees would be set up to resolve some issues in the party's South-West chapter as well as interact with Sen. "We want to appeal to everybody, those who have cases in courts, to withdraw them in the interest of the party".

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  • Sprint Flex smartphone lease program
Sprint Flex smartphone lease program

At 18 months, customers can either return their old phones and upgrade to new ones or purchase their devices. Customers can still choose to buy the phone outright at point of sale. Meanwhile, Sprint also today announced a new Flex Deals program, which offers savings on a "value menu" of affordable smartphones . With Sprint Deals , customers t...

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  • Mumbai's Arthur Road jail for Mallya if extradited says India
Mumbai's Arthur Road jail for Mallya if extradited says India

Venugopal detailed India's extradition request made in February 2017 before the United Kingdom government and the subsequent steps taken, a Bench of Justices A.K. The court was informed that the final hearing in the British court for Mallya's extradition would begin December 4 and conclude by the month-end. The top court July 25, 2016, issued not...

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  • ACCUWEATHER ALERT: Severe thunderstorm watch issued
ACCUWEATHER ALERT: Severe thunderstorm watch issued

Among the places that are likely to be impacted by the thunderstorms are Bridgeton, Seabrook Farms, Newport Meadows, Olivet, Vineland, Greenwich, Rosenhayn, Millville, Newfield, Cedarville, South Vineland, Fairton, Newport, Cumberland, Dividing Creek, Laurel Lake, Fortesque and Port Norris.

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  • 73 per cent Indians give PM Narendra Modi government a thumbs up
73 per cent Indians give PM Narendra Modi government a thumbs up

India is followed by the Canadian government headed by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, which has the confidence of 62 per cent citizens. Trudeau is known for his huge popularity on social media and his videos wishing Indians on their festivals are often shared widely.

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  • Afghan girls get visa on trump's recommendation
Afghan girls get visa on trump's recommendation

All six girls packed into a small taxicab to head to the U.S. Embassy with their passports in hand to get their documentation for entry into the U.S. Mehraban said it had been especially hard to find girls in deeply conservative, war-torn Afghanistan whose families would allow them to take part.

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  • Wreckage of a Brunswick plane found on Florida's east coast
Wreckage of a Brunswick plane found on Florida's east coast

Augustine police, the U.S. Coast Guard and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission spent the morning searching for survivors by air, sea and land. It's clear that one person is deceased inside the aircraft. "We can't get inside to see how many more". Preliminary information from the FAA suggests two people were aboard the aircraft.

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  • Himachal Govt. orders CBI probe of gang-rape of minor girl
Himachal Govt. orders CBI probe of gang-rape of minor girl

The police had registered a case under sections 302 (punishment for murder), 376 (punishment for rape) of the IPC and section 4 of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO) Act in connection with the incident. A Special Investigation Team (SIT) of Himachal, which was headed by Inspector General of Police southern range, Zahoor Zai...

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  • Harley-Davidson (NYSE:HOG) Getting Somewhat Favorable Press Coverage, Report Shows
Harley-Davidson (NYSE:HOG) Getting Somewhat Favorable Press Coverage, Report Shows

The Company is engaged in the development, manufacturing, distribution and marketing of medical devices and cloud software applications that diagnose, treat and manage respiratory disorders, including sleep disordered breathing, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), neuromuscular disease and other diseases.

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  • Central DB Amari Coleman named to Thorpe Award watch list
Central DB Amari Coleman named to Thorpe Award watch list

Oklahoma City-The Paycom Jim Thorpe Award 2017 watch list was announced today and includes 45 of the nation's best defensive backs, representing ten conferences. The award was established in 1986 and is named after the great all-around athlete, Jim Thorpe. He has also earned spots on the Lott IMPACT Trophy (National Defensive of the Year on and o...

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  • Turkey arrests 44 people in anti-terrorist operations
Turkey arrests 44 people in anti-terrorist operations

The PKK - listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey, the US and the European Union - resumed its armed campaign against Turkey in July 2015. Germany in April reported a sharp rise in politically motivated crimes by foreigners including jihadists and Kurdish militants a year ago.

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  • Trump attacks Democrats on twitter for obstructing nominees
Trump attacks Democrats on twitter for obstructing nominees

President Bill Clinton-also with a Democrat-controlled Senate-had made 256 nominations by this point in 1993, and had 196 confirmations. A report by the Congressional Research Service said Trump had nominated only 242 people to key executive posts as of June 30, compared to 336 and 379 nominated in the same period by former presidents Barac...

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  • Senator Scott Ludlam quits parliament after revealing he holds dual citizenship
Senator Scott Ludlam quits parliament after revealing he holds dual citizenship

The Greens co-deputy leader is the third senator to fall foul of the Consitution in this term of parliament, with South Australia senator Bob Day resigning in November a year ago after his building company went into liquidation. "I was naturalised [to Australia] in my mid-teens". He joked: "I can at least vote in the New Zealand elections in Sept...

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  • Sangamo Therapeutics (SGMO) Trending Activity with Technical Depiction
Sangamo Therapeutics (SGMO) Trending Activity with Technical Depiction

The Glendon Capital Management Lp holds 2.29M shares with $72.16M value, down from 2.44 million last quarter. Its book value per share for the most recent quarter is $1.77 while its price to book ratio for the same period is 5.37, as for as the company's cash per share for the most recent quarter is $1.52, however its price to cash per share ratio ...

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  • Notable Moving Stock: Fidelity National Information Services, Inc. (FIS)
Notable Moving Stock: Fidelity National Information Services, Inc. (FIS)

Since January 1, 0001, it had 0 insider purchases, and 2 selling transactions for $523,692 activity. The company has market cap of $693.82 million. The Company's divisions include design and consulting services, construction services (CS) and management services (MS).

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  • Magnitude 4.2 quake strikes near Cushing, Oklahoma, oil storage hub
Magnitude 4.2 quake strikes near Cushing, Oklahoma, oil storage hub

A second quake just after 9 a.m. shook the same area and measured 3.8, according to the USGS. Oklahomans across the state reported feeling an quake just before 9 a.m. The Oklahoma Geological Survey (OGS) and the Induced Seismicity Department at the Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC) continue to investigate this morning's quake activity in th...

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  • Pentagon says IS Afghanistan leader is dead
Pentagon says IS Afghanistan leader is dead

Russian claims that they had killed the Iraq-born leader in Syria were supported this week by the independent Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. Two U.S. Former leader Abdul Hasib was killed in a joint United States and Afghan operation on April 27 in the eastern province of Nangarhar. "There is no safe haven for ISIS-K in Afghanistan".

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