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Firemen killed, Ferguson Fire fights near Yosemite National Park

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Jaguar flies, kills 6 animals in the New Orleans Zoo

A jaguar escaped from his habitat and killed six animals at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans on Saturday, leading to the closure of the zoo for the day. Zoo officials said that this is the first time in at least 50 years that one of their animals has killed others. "This is the biggest event we have had, the …

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Fireman was killed in the wilderness near Yosemite National Park

A firefighter was killed on Saturday when he was fighting for a firefight that burned near Yosemite National Park, California said, says the fire brigade. California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said that the fire brigade Operations Braden Varney, a burning fire, was killed while fighting for Ferguson Fire tomorrow morning. The fire broke out at 10:30 on Friday …

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Way Trump and GOP Deal with Russian attacks are "Textbook Treason"

The accusations of the 12 Russian military officers engaged in a coordinated attack against the United States to try to make their preferred candidate for our president is a major reminder that the Mueller investigation can not and must not be seen as a political issue. 19659002] The fact that Friday we also heard from our head of National Intelligence, …

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Swing-vote senators signal potential support to Kavanaugh, despite well-financed left press

Several senator senators, including moderate republicans and vulnerable Democrats in Red States, have given GOP leaders the opportunity for Brett Kavanaugh to be confirmed soon to replace Retiring Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy in the Supreme Court. Although the Kavanaugh's Confirmation is still uncertain because of the republican's ravenous 51-49 majority in the Senate. The moderate early reactions indicate that millions …

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Missing Oregon woman survived on water from radiator at the bottom of the Big Sur cliff

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Rittenhouse Square stabbing suspiciously charged with murders on Philadelphia developers

Police have accused a 20-year-old poet and university student of murder in the stabbing death on Thursday night of the new Philadelphia real estate developer Sean Schellenger. Michael White, a resident of Philadelphia, has also been responsible for having a No other details have been provided. Greg Thompson, a spokesman for the family, suggested that defense of self-defense is likely. …

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Before a detention, officers dropped a (virtual) coin

After police had seen a woman rushing on a wet road in Georgia, they pulled the driver over and allowed to arrest her. The woman Sarah Webb, 24, had jumped late for switching to a hair salon when she was riding a patrol car on April 7 in Roswell, Ga., Outside Atlanta. A body-minded camera recorded an officer's comments to …

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Spread showers will meet Boston this weekend, along with increasing clouds and humidity

After some short morning sunshine, scattered showers are coming to meet Boston Saturday night, along with increasing clouds and potential thunderstorms, National Weather Service said. The rain moves from East New York to Western Massachusetts around 5 o'clock and will continue until Sunday night, says NWS meteorologist Bill Simpson. "It just looks like typical summer afternoon showers," Simpson said. Western …

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