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ABC 7 reported , " More than 14,000 people donated to help Bobbitt". It was close to midnight and she was driving alone on I-95 when her auto ran out of gas as she was on an exit ramp. "I'll burn it in front of him", said D'Amico, who in recent months has had his own legal problems stemming from traffic offenses, a suspended driver's license, and an arrest for failing to appear in municipal court.
  • US service member killed in apparent insider attack in Afghanistan today

    US service member killed in apparent insider attack in Afghanistan today

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    The statement did not describe the circumstances of the attack or give a location beyond saying that it occurred in eastern Afghanistan on September 3. 2, 2018. "I believe that some of the Taliban want peace also but they are being encouraged to keep fighting", the outgoing commander Gen. John Nicholson said at the ceremony, urging the insurgents to listen to demands for peace from the Afghan people.
  • GoFundMe raises nearly $10k for Texas billboard of Trump's anti-Cruz tweet

    GoFundMe raises nearly $10k for Texas billboard of Trump's anti-Cruz tweet

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    Donald Trump announced Friday that he's headed to Texas to campaign for his former opponent Ted Cruz's reelection - and a group of MSNBC panelists couldn't contain their laughter about it. Trump said he'll hold a " major rally " in October to support Cruz as he goes up against Beto O'Rourke in the midterm elections . Trump is holding a rally for Cruz next month and the plan is have the billboard visible outside the venue.
  • Afghan Taliban announces death of Haqqani network leader

    Afghan Taliban announces death of Haqqani network leader

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    Analysts and diplomats downplayed the significance of his death for the group's operations. The Haqqani network has been behind numerous co-ordinated attacks on Afghan and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation forces over the years. Embassy. Both he and Sirajuddin appear to have been the first Taliban to adopt the Iraqi tactic of using suicide bombers. Washington's own watchdog in a recent report said almost half of Afghanistan is either under the control of the Taliban or influenced by the ...
  • Trump renews attacks on ‘the Jeff Sessions Justice Department’

    Trump renews attacks on ‘the Jeff Sessions Justice Department’

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    Duncan Hunter and Chris Collins and that the Republicans were being unfairly targeted by Justice. Hunter and his wife, Margaret, illegally used campaign funds to pay personal bills big and small, from luxury vacations to kids' school lunches and even a plane ticket for their pet rabbit, according to a stinging 47-page indictment.
  • Dead, 160 Injured as Typhoon Jebi Slams Japan

    Dead, 160 Injured as Typhoon Jebi Slams Japan

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    Evacuation advisories were issued for 1.19 million people in western and central Japan, with another 16,000 people issued with stronger but non-mandatory evacuation orders. Typhoon Jebi made landfall in the west of the country, bringing heavy rain and winds of up to 216km/h (135 mph). Some 177,000 customers across western Japan lost power, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said.
  • Trump Calls Bob Woodward After Hearing About Book - Here’s the Transcript

    Trump Calls Bob Woodward After Hearing About Book - Here’s the Transcript

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    This is the worst job I've ever had ", Kelly reportedly said in a small meeting with colleagues. So Porter consulted Cohn, who told him, according to Woodward: 'I can stop this. President Trump on Tuesday dismissed Bob Woodward's bombshell tell-all - which depicted an administration in chaos and the president as clueless on many major issues.
  • Bridge collapses in south Kolkata, at least 5 feared dead, many trapped

    Bridge collapses in south Kolkata, at least 5 feared dead, many trapped

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    Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee , who is now in Darjeeling, said that she has received information from the rescue team on ground. "One of them made a telephone call and appealed for rescue", a construction worker told TV channels. Rescue operations are on. On March 4, 2013, a road bridge had collapsed in Ultadanga area in the northern part of the city but there was no casualty.
  • Typhoon Jebi whips up monster waves, makes landfall in Japan

    Typhoon Jebi whips up monster waves, makes landfall in Japan

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    After making landfall somewhere on the main island of Shikoku or Kii Peninsula on Tuesday, the typhoon is expected to pass over the Sea of Japan , the agency said, adding that it will likely weaken to an extratropical cyclone there. He said Jebi may be extremely powerful when it makes landfall. Bullet train services have been reduced, while local schools and Universal Studios Japan, a theme park near Osaka, were closed for the day.
  • Trump excoriates Jeff Sessions again - but with two new complaints

    Trump excoriates Jeff Sessions again - but with two new complaints

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    In what is being increasingly dubbed the "Labor Day Massacre", President Donald Trump on Monday took a shot through Twitter against the U.S. Department of Justice for recent indictments of Reps. Immediately he became a wonderful man, a saint like figure in fact. The president's striking suggestion that the Justice Department consider politics when making decisions showed his disregard for the agency's independence.
  • Air strike in Syria kills eight pro-government fighters

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    Don't let that happen!' Now the pro-government forces are focused on Idlib, where there are about three million and worries from the United Nations that an offensive there would bring a large humanitarian toll. They also discussed the latest developments in Syria and other regional countries as well as a planned summit of Iranian, Russian and Turkish presidents in Tehran.
  • Woman with baby leads police on high-speed chase before crashing

    Woman with baby leads police on high-speed chase before crashing

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    It was reported that the chase began after she fled from an officer at a routine traffic stop. She struggles to carry the vehicle seat and runs in front of a auto as she crosses the road. A police deflating device managed to take out one of her tires. The woman driving the SUV had her own child in the vehicle. Rodriguez was arrested and faces several charges, including child endangerment, evading arrest, and possession of a controlled substance.
  • Family, friends say final goodbye to McCain

    Family, friends say final goodbye to McCain

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    She may have been pointing out that Trump avoided being drafted four times because of school and medical reasons. Trump and McCain were at odds during the 2016 campaign and for much of Trump's presidency. During his 2008 speech accepting the Republican nomination for president in St. Paul, he said, "I'm an American, a proud citizen of the greatest country on earth".
  • Missing After Boats Collide, Sink on Colorado River

    Missing After Boats Collide, Sink on Colorado River

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    Divers returned to the roaring Colorado River on Sunday in search of four people missing and presumed dead after a grisly, head-on boat collision along the California-Arizona border that injured 13 other people. Nine others were taken to local hospitals by ambulance. Rescuers immediately started to search for the missing passengers, but called off efforts until Sunday morning because they said the river, which can range from shallow to 30 feet deep depending on the area, was too unsafe after ...
  • 'Rohingya not only group suffering in Myanmar'

    'Rohingya not only group suffering in Myanmar'

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    Her party won democratic elections and the Nobel Laureate became foreign minister and de facto leader of the government in 2015. This clearly puts her within the circle of responsibility. Almost all have been denied citizenship since 1982, effectively rendering them stateless, and they are also denied freedom of movement and other basic rights.
  • Reuters Journalists Jailed by Myanmar

    Reuters Journalists Jailed by Myanmar

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    Alder said the organization would evaluate its next steps in the coming days, including whether to seek assistance through an global entity. "The trial was a travesty of justice", Bachelet told reporters on her first day as the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.
  • Amber Alert issued for missing 3-year-old girl

    Amber Alert issued for missing 3-year-old girl

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    The mother and Coronado were married but had been estranged, and it's not clear whether they remained married, Carbajal said. A relative who found Nunez and Gonzalez mortally wounded and the boys missing said the children had been with their mother on Friday night.
  • Democrats Denounce White House Decision to Withhold Kavanaugh Records

    Democrats Denounce White House Decision to Withhold Kavanaugh Records

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    The just over 100,000 pages of material was withheld after the Trump White House "directed that we not provide these documents", wrote William Burck, the lawyer handling the document release on behalf of the Bush administration. He added the remaining documents not included also presented functions of the executive office, which are traditionally kept confidential as part of a president's constitutional privileges.
  • Trump renews threat to withdraw US from NAFTA

    Trump renews threat to withdraw US from NAFTA

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    The letter starts a 90-day process for reworking the trade deal ahead of a transition of presidential power in Mexico , as Trump seeks to fulfill a key campaign promise to revamp NAFTA ahead of the 2018 midterm elections. "I think the real question is where is Trump's base on Canada", he said. Two of the sources said that Chapter 19 - which Canada wants to keep and the USA wants to scrap - has not yet been resolved.
  • Turkey Calls US 'Wild Wolves,' Vows to Abandon Dollar in Trade

    Turkey Calls US 'Wild Wolves,' Vows to Abandon Dollar in Trade

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    The Turkish lira has been losing its value against the United States dollar past several weeks after the USA president doubled tariffs on Turkish steel and aluminium. "The time has come when we need to go from words to actions and get rid of the dollar as a means of mutual settlements and look for other alternatives", Ryabkov said in reaction to the latest USA sanctions on Russian Federation.