• It Was Domestic Terrorism
It Was Domestic Terrorism

Under federal law that was expanded after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, a violation of federal or state criminal law qualifies as domestic terrorism if it appears to be meant to coerce or intimidate a civilian population or to coerce the policy of the government.

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  • Perseid Meteor Shower: Where to watch in Delaware
Perseid Meteor Shower: Where to watch in Delaware

The Perseid meteor shower is named after the Perseus constellation , which is the point from which they appear to come from in the night sky, the Perseids are pieces of debris from the tail of Comet Swift-Tuttle. Researchers once thought it was likely to hit Earth in 2126 - but the last time it passed Earth, in 1992, astronomers took more ...

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  • Trump says he hopes North Korea understands gravity of situation
Trump says he hopes North Korea understands gravity of situation

Meanwhile, Japanese PM Shinzo Abe used a telephone call on Tuesday to praise Mr Trump's commitment to protect U.S. allies in the region and halt missile launches from Pyongyang . "The circumstances are unfortunate but this is a good opportunity for us to educate the world about Guam and our culture, about where we are, and who we are", Guam ...

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  • UNR Student Talks After Marching in Charlottesville White Nationalist Rally
UNR Student Talks After Marching in Charlottesville White Nationalist Rally

Torch-wielding white nationalist protesters in Charlottesville , Virginia, stirred up memories of the violent KKK-led protests of the Jim Crow-era South, but unlike their white-hooded brothers of decades past, these ralliers didn't bother to cover their faces, and Twitter has made it its mission to find out who they are.

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  • Zimbabweans demand justice on attempted murder suspect Grace Mugabe
Zimbabweans demand justice on attempted murder suspect Grace Mugabe

Gabriella's friends told me what happened". Engels, who says she is a model, took to Twitter on Monday to accuse Grace Mugabe of attacking her with an extension cord. Mugabe was in South Africa last week to receive treatment for her injured foot, and did not attend her husband's youth rally in Gwanda, southern Zimbabwe, on Saturday.

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  • Charlottesville victim always defended what she believed in, mother says
Charlottesville victim always defended what she believed in, mother says

Standing in the dappled shade of a driveway hundreds of miles from Charlottesville, Va., Mark Heyer spoke of the violence that claimed his daughter's life - and, with voice occasionally quavering, called on people to answer hate with forgiveness.

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  • Train derails outside London Waterloo station
Train derails outside London Waterloo station

London's ambulance service said that it had assessed three people but that nobody was... Passengers suffering disruption because of a huge improvement programme at Britain's busiest railway station faced extra misery on Tuesday after a points failure and partial derailment caused chaos.

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  • Palakkad collector asks RSS leader not to hoist flag; Bhagwat defies directive
Palakkad collector asks RSS leader not to hoist flag; Bhagwat defies directive

The district collector had informed the school authorities that it would be a violation of the norms if leaders of political parties or other organizations were allowed to hoist the flag in aided schools. "We just followed the instructions", they added. As per reports, at around 1 am on Tuesday, the district authorities had issued a notice to the...

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  • North Korea recalls key ambassadors home for meeting: Yonhap
North Korea recalls key ambassadors home for meeting: Yonhap

North Korea said last week it is considering launching four missiles to land just short of Guam. US President Donald Trump has warned of "fire and fury" and that the US military is "locked and loaded", while North Korea has responsed with threats to target Guam.

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  • Despite Rhetoric On North Korea, US Military Posture Hasn't Really Changed
Despite Rhetoric On North Korea, US Military Posture Hasn't Really Changed

Join us in a conversation about world events, the newsgathering process or whatever aspect of the news universe you find interesting or important. But now another Trump administration voice is suggesting that we shouldn't pay Tillerson much mind.

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  • Attack on Mali UN camp leaves up to two dead
Attack on Mali UN camp leaves up to two dead

Active in Mali since 2013, the United Nations mission, Minusma , is constantly targeted by jihadists that roam northern and central Mali, and has also been beset by operational difficulties including a lack of helicopters and allegations of abuse lodged by the population.

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  • Iran increases funds for missile programmes in response to United States sanctions
Iran increases funds for missile programmes in response to United States sanctions

A few days later, Hamas, Hezbollah and PIJ officials traveled to Tehran to attend the inauguration ceremony for Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's second term in office. Teheran also has not abandoned its nuclear aspirations, Cohen said, adding that the nuclear agreement signed between Iran and world powers has only strengthened Iranian aggression ...

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  • Taxi! Philippine government suspends Uber for one month
Taxi! Philippine government suspends Uber for one month

A five-page LTFRB suspension order made available on Tuesday said the suspension was due to the "irresponsible" behavior of Uber in "unduly challenging the limit of fair regulation" by continuing to accept driver applications. The LTFRB could not immediately be reached for comment on Uber announcing its services would restart right away. However,...

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  • Ohio Man Accused of Ramming Car Into Crowd in Charlottesville Denied Bond
Ohio Man Accused of Ramming Car Into Crowd in Charlottesville Denied Bond

The driver , James Alex Fields Jr ., of OH, has been charged with one count of second-degree murder, three counts of malicious wounding, and hit-and-run. "You know, this whole, like, white supremacy , racial dominance thing, he was into that". According to NBC 12 , Fields' former teacher said the suspect had an obsession with Nazis when he ...

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  • White Nationalist Violence in Charlottesville
White Nationalist Violence in Charlottesville

The Saturday crash that killed Heather Heyer took place at a Unite the Right rally spurred on by Charlottesville's plan to remove a Confederate statue from a local park. Mark , says he hadn't been following the escalating tensions in Charlottesville on Saturday and had no idea that torch-carrying Neo-Nazis and Alt-Right activists had clas...

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  • CNN Distorts Charlottesville Victim's Mother to Attack President Trump
CNN Distorts Charlottesville Victim's Mother to Attack President Trump

Fields was attending the " Unite the Right Rally ", a protest against plans to remove a confederate statue. A Dodge Challenger has plowed into a group of protestors in Charlottesville, Virginia , killing a 32-year-old woman and injuring at least 19 others.

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  • Colombia's Santos: No Latam Leader will Accept US Military Force in Venezuela
Colombia's Santos: No Latam Leader will Accept US Military Force in Venezuela

Pence, who made Colombia his first stop on a four-country Latin American trip, said , "We have many options for Venezuela , but ( President Trump ) also remains confident that working with all of our allies across Latin America, we can achieve a peaceable solution".

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  • Top US general reassures South Korea in a visit to Seoul
Top US general reassures South Korea in a visit to Seoul

The U.S. -North Korea impasse, which has simmered since the end of the Korean War in 1953, has grown more tense in recent months over worries that the North's nuclear weapons program is nearing the ability to target the U.S. The announcement was made after US President Trump promised " fire and fury " against Pyongyang if it continues tests aimed...

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  • Australian deputy prime minister under citizenship cloud
Australian deputy prime minister under citizenship cloud

The Australian-born member for New England, whose father is New Zealand-born, says he is referring his eligibility to sit in parliament to to the High Court, and will remain Deputy PM in the meantime. "Neither my parents nor I have ever applied to register me as a New Zealand citizen". Section 44 of the Constitution bars people with citizenship...

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  • Amid North Korean missile threats, Guam Catholics pray for peace
Amid North Korean missile threats, Guam Catholics pray for peace

Pyongyang responded by saying it was working on a plan to launch a medium-range ballistic missile close to the United States territory of Guam, some 3,200km from North Korea. Dunford, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told reporters travelling with him that he aimed to "sense what the temperature is in the region".

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  • Kentucky mayor says Confederate statues should go after violence in Virginia
Kentucky mayor says Confederate statues should go after violence in Virginia

After the vote, a dozen private citizens, the Monument Fund and the Virginia Division of Sons of Confederate Veterans filed a lawsuit against the council, claiming the statue's destruction would be an illegal use of taxpayer dollars. Do you think we should erase parts of our history? "Sometimes, dialogue has to lead to action". Sen. Tommy Tucke...

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  • MA officer on fatal Charlottesville crash: 'Hahahaha love this'
MA officer on fatal Charlottesville crash: 'Hahahaha love this'

John Delaney. Heather Heyer , a 32-year-old Charlottesville paralegal who was among the left-wing counter-protesters, was killed in the crash while 19 others were injured. "If in fact this post did originate from an officer employed with the Springfield Police Department, this matter with be reviewed by the Community Police Hearings Board for furt...

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  • Britain tries to calm fears over European Union trade
Britain tries to calm fears over European Union trade

Philip Hammond has been "taken hostage" by cabinet ministers pushing for a hard Brexit , Chuka Umunna, the Labour MP, has said as the government prepares to publish its plans for a new customs arrangement with the EU. "Ministers claim we can leave the Customs Union and yet still achieve "the most frictionless customs agreement anywhere in the wor...

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  • Amazon recalls solar eclipse glasses a week before event
Amazon recalls solar eclipse glasses a week before event

For more information on how to safely view the eclipse, visit NASA's eclipse safety page. What even is a total solar eclipse? One woman who ordered a family pack from Amazon told CBS - KOIN 6 that she got this message from the online retailer: "NASA and the American Astronomical Society advise you to use solar eclipse glasses from...

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  • Trophy hunting of grizzly bears ending this fall
Trophy hunting of grizzly bears ending this fall

He said: "By bringing trophy hunting of grizzlies to an end, we're delivering on our commitment to British Columbians". Eighty-seven per cent of known, human-caused grizzly bear deaths in B.C. Liberal government, questioned why Donaldson would announce the policy and the deadline without consulting resident hunters, guide-outfitters or aboriginal...

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  • Trump targets China for IP policies
Trump targets China for IP policies

A Trump administration official has, however, insisted that diplomacy over North Korea and the trade probe were "totally unrelated", saying that the possible trade action was not a pressure tactic . "I'm sure they will formally reject this if an investigation is launched and there is an implication this is going to require negotiation to resolve...

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  • Mattis warns it's 'game on' for war if North Korea strikes Guam
Mattis warns it's 'game on' for war if North Korea strikes Guam

While Trump's critics accuse him of inflaming tensions with Pyongyang, Guam governor Eddie Calvo said he was grateful the U.S. leader was taking a strong stance against North Korean threats to his Pacific homeland. He added, "That's exactly the policy of the Trump administration". In the event, South Korea would emerge as a legitimate broker in...

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  • Oklahoma park hosting events to celebrate, watch solar eclipse
Oklahoma park hosting events to celebrate, watch solar eclipse

Don't look directly at the Sun without proper protection! See here for more tips on viewing the upcoming eclipse. FOX 4's Steve Noviello has advice for making sure the glasses you buy are the real deal. The North Kansas City School District will have a view of the eclipse at 10% totality. "The closest place would probably be SC", said Malik. Th...

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  • Hundreds Of Chicagoans Rally For Charlottesville Victims
Hundreds Of Chicagoans Rally For Charlottesville Victims

One woman was killed on Saturday, August 12th, when a auto plowed into a group of counter-protesters who had gathered to oppose a rally organized by white nationalists. "I'm just outraged, and I can not fathom what makes a person believe that they should drive a vehicle into a crowd, or that they should go to a nightclub and shoot people".

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  • US, Mexico, Canada to open talks on revising Nafta
US, Mexico, Canada to open talks on revising Nafta

Freeland said she thinks negotiations on softwood lumber will continue in parallel. Some officials have articulated a self-interested reason for new labour protections: to increase wages in Mexico, narrow the gap in labour costs, and make it more attractive to invest in auto plants in the north.

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  • Friend raises $225000 in memory of woman killed in attack
Friend raises $225000 in memory of woman killed in attack

Bro said she had dinner with her daughter about a week ago. "That's just how she's always been". "At times as a small child, that would be maddening, but I encouraged that in her, to be a strong independent person and to stand up for what she believed in", said the mother.

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  • Japan sets up anti-missile system
Japan sets up anti-missile system

At a church in central Guam on Sunday, parishioners sang "Lord, we pray for world peace" after discussing the potential North Korean threat. Along with a bigger set of maneuvers held every spring, the exercises are routinely met by strong condemnation and threats of countermeasures from North Korea .

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  • Twitter user Yes You're Racist is exposing the Charlottesville white nationalist marchers
Twitter user Yes You're Racist is exposing the Charlottesville white nationalist marchers

The account identified Peter Cvjetanovic , a 20-year-old University of Nevada, Reno student, as one of the participants in the rally, which culminated in the death of a woman after a man drove a auto into a crowd of counter-protesters. A photo appearing to show Cvjetanovic posing in a small group of people with US Sen. One person was killed af...

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  • US Security Leaders Say North Korea War Not Imminent, But Danger Looms
US Security Leaders Say North Korea War Not Imminent, But Danger Looms

President Moon Jae-in has assured that his government will safeguard the peace and stability of the Korean Peninsula in the face of the grave security challenges posed by continuing threats from North Korea . In the past, the North has used calendar events for displays of military prowess. But key USA officials dismissed the possibility of an immi...

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  • Iranian Drone Comes Near US Aircraft Carrier Over Persian Gulf
Iranian Drone Comes Near US Aircraft Carrier Over Persian Gulf

The drone, an Iranian QOM-1, moved in despite the Navy making repeated radio calls to establish communications, and it came within 1,000 feet of USA aircraft, he said. Despite numerous radio calls, the drone repeatedly changed altitude and came within 100 vertical feet of the F/A-18. The drone is called a Sadegh-1 by the Iranians and was unveile...

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