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Hawaii Island resident crushes hardened lava

The Hawaii police arrested a 55-year-old man after circumventing a traffic checkpoint and crashing his vehicle in a hardened lava flow that had passed Highway 132. <! – ~~ -> <! – ~ ~ -> The Hawaii police arrested a 55-year-old man after circumventing a traffic checkpoint and crashing his vehicle in a hardened lava flow that had crossed the …

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U.N .: Poverty and Human Rights Special Rapporteur finds that US politics reward prosperity, punishes poor

Philip Alston, UN Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights, published a condemnation report this week on poverty in the United States and condemned President Trump to worsen the problem of inequality by reward the rich and punish the poor. "The American dream quickly becomes the American illusion," said Alston in the report. "The equivalence of opportunities that are …

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Coast Guard: Body recovered after a small crash near Amagansett

A small four-person plane crashed in the Atlantic near Amagansett on Saturday afternoon and an East Hampton lifeguard recovered a body, said the US Coast Guard. The search for the three remaining passengers in the rubbish field, located about one mile off Indian Wells Beach, is carried out by the Coast Guard, Suffolk Police and Marine Units, a commercial fishing …

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The police confirm that the latest Scottsdale scots are "related" investigating the third murder scene

SCOTTSDALE, AZ – The police confirm that several deadly scots that occurred in Scottsdale in the last two days are related – including the assassination of prominent forensic physician Steven Pitt and a double shot at a law firm near Old Town Scottsdale. [19659002] On Thursday night, the police called an office complex near 71st Street and Bell Road and …

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2 climbers die after falling from Yosemite's El Capitan

Photo: Michael Macor / Krönikan El Capitan in Yosemite National Park, in Yosemite, California, Monday, January 22, 2018. Two people were killed Saturday morning as they climbed on the rock formation. El Capitan in Yosemite National Park, in Yosemite, Calif. . Monday, January 22, 2018. Two people were killed Saturday morning as they climbed on the rock formation. Photo: Michael …

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The search continues for 2 teens who thought to have been drinking in Georgia

OCONEE COUNTY, Ga. – The authorities are looking for two missing teenagers who are believed to have drowned after falling into Bear Creek in Georgia, CBS affiliate WGCL TV reports. The Oconee County Georgia Sheriff Office said an 18-year-old man fell from a pond and into the brook and his friend encountered action in an attempt to save him. Witnesses …

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Ute Park Fire grows to more than 27,000 hectares in New Mexico

COLFAX COUNTY, New Mexico – A fire in New Mexico has grown to more than 27,000 hectares and contains zero percent, CBS Albuquerque affiliate KRQE reports. A further 250 firemen will join the crew to fight Ute Park Fire on Saturday. The authorities say that at least 14 outdoor structures such as stables or wooden houses have been attached to …

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California's open primaries are a precautionary story of political reform

At a time of broken politics and polarization, the impulse of seeking reforms to the political process is understandable. California, which holds key primary elections on Tuesday, offers a precautionary presentation on how good intentions alone are not enough. Eight years ago, California voters approved a voting initiative that set up a new open primary system. The new system required …

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Busboy who held dying RFK talks about prolonged pain

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Juan Romero was a teenage Mexican immigrant who worked as a hotel bus driver 50 years ago when he entered one of the premier moments of the decade. Romero had just stopped shaking hands Robert F. Kennedy at night for his victory at the California Prime Minister on June 5, 1968 when a gunman shot the …

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The scene is set for California's "jungle primary" Tuesday

SACRAMENTO, California – On television in Orange County, a spotty ad hits GOP congress candidate Rocky Chavez to support a climate program in California and a huge state budget. But it's not one of Chavez's Republican rivals who criticizes him for fixing problems with Democrats like Gov. Jerry Brown . It's Democrats themselves. Welcome to Tuesday's "djungelprioritär", where the two …

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