• Man connected to Holloway's disappearance fatally stabbed while attacking Nort Port woman
Man connected to Holloway's disappearance fatally stabbed while attacking Nort Port woman

As a struggle ensued, cops say the woman was able to wrestle a knife from Ludwick, who was stabbed in the abdomen. He then fled the area on foot. Ludwick died after being flown to the hospital. Holloway's mother, Beth Holloway, sued the network and the production company that was responsible for the 2017 program. "From all of the information we h...

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  • Tremendous positive energy, warmth & genuine affection at Sonia Gandhi dinner: Rahul
Tremendous positive energy, warmth & genuine affection at Sonia Gandhi dinner: Rahul

Apart from NCP, SP and BSP leaders, Rashtriya Janata Dal's (RJD) Tejashwi Yadav , Hindustani Awam Morcha's (HAM) Jitan Ram Manjhi, National Conference's (NC) Omar Abdullah, JVM's Babulal Marandi, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK)'s Kanimozhi and All India United Democratic Front's (AIUDF) Badruddin Ajmal also attended the dinner hosted by Sonia Gand...

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  • Pairs Of Shoes Flanked The Capitol In Powerful Nod To Gun Violence
Pairs Of Shoes Flanked The Capitol In Powerful Nod To Gun Violence

A HAUNTING gun violence protest saw 7,000 pairs of shoes left outside Capitol Hill to mark the number of people killed with firearms since Sandy Hook. Celebrities were also among those who donated shoes, ABC reported . One of the parents in attendance Tuesday was Tom Mauser, whose son was killed in the Columbine school massacre.

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  • Russian exile and Boris Berezovsky's close ally Glushkov found dead in Britain
Russian exile and Boris Berezovsky's close ally Glushkov found dead in Britain

Nikolai Glushkov was found dead Monday night. They added there is no evidence to suggest the death is linked to the incident in Salisbury , where a former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned with nerve agent which the United Kingdom government believes came from Russia.

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  • At Least 1 Dead After Charter Bus Crashes Into Alabama Ravine
At Least 1 Dead After Charter Bus Crashes Into Alabama Ravine

The bus struck a bridge support when it landed in the ravine, and inspectors need to make sure the bridge is sound before reopening the interstate, he said. He said he looked down to see the bus lying on its side near the base of a concrete embankment, its front end crumpled. In a statement, the company said: "Our prayers are with the injured and...

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  • Syrian troops cut besieged Damascus suburb in three after major gains
Syrian troops cut besieged Damascus suburb in three after major gains

Amid a lull in Damascus' embattled rebel-held suburbs, a small team of relief workers entered the eastern Ghouta area yesterday to deliver remaining aid left over from a previous mission earlier in the week, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said.

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  • International Olympic Committee to implement 25 recommendations to promote gender equality
International Olympic Committee to implement 25 recommendations to promote gender equality

The commemorations will be held in Matabeleland North Province in Nkayi District today. The theme for this year's International Women's Day is " Time is Now: Rural and urban activists transforming women's lives " with the Campaign Theme of #PressforProgress .

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  • Spring forward time change this weekend as daylight saving time begins
Spring forward time change this weekend as daylight saving time begins

While those states and territories have given DST the heave-ho, a movement aimed at throwing a little more sunlight onto cold winter days is slowly gaining traction across the nation. If your child is fussy and not settling down for a 7:45 p.m. bedtime, "there is no harm in letting him or her stay up with you for another 15 to 30 minutes and then...

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  • Light rain to start as snow in Flagstaff late Saturday
Light rain to start as snow in Flagstaff late Saturday

Winds will be much weaker today than compared to yesterday. SATURDAY NIGHT: Daylight Saving Time begins at 2 a.m. Sunday . Mostly sunny, with a high near 54. Partly sunny, with a high near 49. Cloud cover is beginning to break up a bit leaving us partly cloudy this afternoon. Northeast wind 5 to 15 miles per hour.

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  • State Senate introduces bill to add work requirements to Medicaid
State Senate introduces bill to add work requirements to Medicaid

It's been waiting for a committee hearing since December. That bill would likely be very similar to the budget submitted to the current session by Gov. "We did this together with the House of Delegates and we did it without any tax increases", said Sen. "The Granite Advantage Health Care Program is a New Hampshire plan that protects taxpayers and t...

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  • Conrad Sangma takes charge of Meghalaya as CM
Conrad Sangma takes charge of Meghalaya as CM

Former Congress President Sonia Gandhi's political secretary Ahmed Patel had rushed to Shillong on Saturday, along with former minister Kamal Nath, to attract the very three regional parties that made a decision to go with NPP along with some independents.

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  • Pittsburgh's Action Weather forecast: Rain, snow and sleet
Pittsburgh's Action Weather forecast: Rain, snow and sleet

Off and on snow showers are now expected during the morning and winds will blow up to 22 miles per hour. New snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible. Chance of precipitation is 80 percent. Today's forecast calls for sunshine and clear skies, with a high near 50. Monday - Partly sunny, with a high near 39.

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  • United States Blasts Russia Over Strikes On Syria Rebel
United States Blasts Russia Over Strikes On Syria Rebel

A rare humanitarian aid convoy made it to eastern Ghouta on Monday but was forced to cut short its mission amid severe bombardment by the government. At least 24 civilians were killed on Tuesday, according to the Observatory, a Britain-based monitor.

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  • Donald Trump: No chaos in White House
Donald Trump: No chaos in White House

Trump said the Russians had no impact on American our votes whatsoever. But, wait for it, "probably there was meddling from other countries, and maybe other individuals". "I believe that President (Vladimir) Putin has clearly come to the conclusion that there's little price to pay and that therefore, 'I can continue this activity, '" Rogers said.

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  • Trump Administration Challenges California's Immigration Laws in Court
Trump Administration Challenges California's Immigration Laws in Court

Sessions has blamed sanctuary city policies for crime and gang violence. Schaaf issued an unusual public warning last month about an immigration operation in Northern California . "What they've done is force my officers to arrest risky criminals on their turf, in their homes and their places of business rather than arresting them in the safe...

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  • Lockdown at Utica College lifted, police continue to investigate threat
Lockdown at Utica College lifted, police continue to investigate threat

The college sent messages on social media throughout the day asking students to shelter in place, saying they would be evacuated and escorted to a safe location. Again, the campus remains on lockdown. There is no confirmation of any shots fired on campus, and there are no injuries reported. The school is located about 50 miles from Syracuse a...

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  • Guatemala envoy scopes out sites for Jerusalem embassy
Guatemala envoy scopes out sites for Jerusalem embassy

Last year, Morales announced it would follow the U.S.in moving its embassy, and in a speech Sunday before the annual AIPAC Policy Conference, he said the move will happen as Israel celebrates its founding. Israel's sovereignty over the whole of Jerusalem is unrecognized by most of the global community. The protests intensified when he tried to bl...

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  • Israel's Netanyahu visits Trump at White House
Israel's Netanyahu visits Trump at White House

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets with President Donald Trump on March 5, 2018. Trump's decision a year ago to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital pleased Netanyahu's government and the president's attendance at the embassy opening would be a significant gesture.

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  • 'Big thaw' leaves thousands without water
'Big thaw' leaves thousands without water

Bosses at Thames Water , South East Water, Southern Water and Affinity Water, which serve Bracknell , Wokingham and Reading , Berkshire , say customers across the south east are either without water or have low pressure. The suppliers have effectively told up to 13million people across London and the South of England to curb their use of wa...

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  • Rahul Gandhi breaks silence on Congress debacle in northeast, says 'respect mandate'
Rahul Gandhi breaks silence on Congress debacle in northeast, says 'respect mandate'

The Congress chief's reaction came two days after the party's dismal performance in the Northeast Assembly elections. "Senior BJP leaders and Union Ministers Nitin Gadkari and Juel Oram are scheduled to arrive here as Central observers on Tuesday and we hope to form the Government by Thursday next", said Deb while interacting with the media...

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  • NPF to prove its majority in 48 hrs in Nagaland assembly
NPF to prove its majority in 48 hrs in Nagaland assembly

Kohima: In Nagaland , both the incumbent chief minister TR Zeliang and the aspirant Neiphiu Rio have staked claim to form the government in alliance with the BJP. The National People's Party (NPP) bagged two seats, while the JD (U) got one seat. The BJP state unit is presently meeting in Kohima . BJP, which has been the junior partner in th...

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  • Light snow possible tonight, weather service says
Light snow possible tonight, weather service says

Monday night ... A slight chance of evening snow showers otherwise partly cloudy with a low near 60. Wind: SE 10-15 miles per hour.•FRIDAY: Partly cloudy, breezy, and warmer. Northwest wind around 5 miles per hour. After the snow ends Thursday morning, it turns sunny during the day Thursday with temperatures again in the low 40s, the weathe...

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  • Storm Riley: Five dead as violent weather smashes U.S. leaving widespread flooding
Storm Riley: Five dead as violent weather smashes U.S. leaving widespread flooding

Jim Hayes, a National Weather Service meteorologist, said coastal flooding was expected to continue to cause problems in eastern MA and Boston , which could experience "a significant coastal flood event". The weather service added that winds could continue through the weekend. New York City is seeing a mix of rain, snow, sleet and winds. T...

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  • Kelly: 'We didn't cover ourselves in glory' over handling of Porter
Kelly: 'We didn't cover ourselves in glory' over handling of Porter

About two hours later, Kelly said he was made aware of a second press inquiry regarding allegations of verbal and physical abuse by another of Porter's ex-wives. "I talked to Rob and just, he resigned", Kelly said, putting a finite timestamp on his former aide's resignation. Mr. Porter's resignation was announced February 7, though Mr.

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  • NZ win toss, bowl against England
NZ win toss, bowl against England

The skipper played cuts and swatted a Moeen full toss for six but, in the main, accumulated with dabs behind point and nudges off the pads.He found an ally in left-hander Santner, who made 41 before being run out backing up off the fingertips of Woakes, departing with 36 required from 28 deliveries.Although Williamson hit Curran's first ball of the...

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  • Rajini's 'Kaala' teaser released, creates waves on social media
Rajini's 'Kaala' teaser released, creates waves on social media

Finally, the teaser of Rajinikanth's Kaala has been released and is making the fans go insane. The Thalaiva Rajinikanth is back with a bang as he plays a don in the film. Kabali fell on the face at the box office crushing all the hopes of the director Pa Ranjith and the Rajini fans. Director Pa. Ranjith and the producers are going to file ...

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  • No More Rifles at Dick's Sporting Goods
No More Rifles at Dick's Sporting Goods

Jim Wallace, president of Gun Owners Action League of MA, said the privately owned shops don't have the same concerns as the large retail corporations with their stockholders, corporate attorneys and insurance. And now brands are jumping into the gun reform fray, in what feels like a long, long overdue watershed moment in the battle against the Nat...

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  • Kelly Is Said to Explore Moving McMaster Back to Military Role
Kelly Is Said to Explore Moving McMaster Back to Military Role

As per the administration official, Mc Master is expected to quit his job by the end of March and shall not return to the military and retire as a three-star general. Bush administration. "General McMaster forgot to say that the results of the 2016 election were not impacted or changed by the Russians and that the only Collusion was between Russi...

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  • Two killed in shooting on Central Michigan University campus, police say
Two killed in shooting on Central Michigan University campus, police say

James Eric Davis Sr. was a part-time officer with the Bellwood police department and has worked there for nearly 20 years. "He should be considered armed and risky", Klaus said of Davis. "Uniformed officers are beginning to assist individuals in leaving campus buildings". He said counseling services will be available to students when they come ...

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  • Jared Kushner Met Private Equity Firms In White House, Got Massive Loans
Jared Kushner Met Private Equity Firms In White House, Got Massive Loans

According to the report, Joshua Harris , the founder of Apollo Management - whose loan refinanced the mortgage on Kushner's Chicago skyscraper - who was advising Trump administration on infrastructure policy, also met with Jared Kushner a year ago.

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  • Divided California Democrats don't endorse Dianne Feinstein
Divided California Democrats don't endorse Dianne Feinstein

Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.) on Sunday, with just 37 percent of the state's delegates supporting her at the party's convention. A candidate had to capture 60 percent of the delegate votes to win the party's seal of approval - which was considered unlikely given the field of politicians in the race with deep ties to the state party.

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  • Canadian Olympic athlete detained after alleged drunken auto theft
Canadian Olympic athlete detained after alleged drunken auto theft

They have been banned from leaving South Korea , but the police says that they could be released if they pay a fine. Worldwide crime officials at the Gangwon Provincial Police Agency reported that if the alleged offenses are charged as serious crimes, the three would be forced to remain in the country pending trial, according to Reuters.

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  • After Boko Haram Raid, Nigerians Try Again to Bring Girls Back
After Boko Haram Raid, Nigerians Try Again to Bring Girls Back

President Muhammadu Buhari , who campaigned in 2015 on pledges to find the Chibok students, said Friday that as soon as he heard about the Dapchi attack, he had deployed security forces with instructions to "not spare any effort to ensure all the girls are returned safely".

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  • China set to lift limits on Xi's term
China set to lift limits on Xi's term

Constitutional reform needs to be approved by parliament. which is stacked with members chosen for their loyalty to the party, meaning the reform will not be blocked. "Since 2050 is a long time away, he will need to stay in power for as long as possible", said Dr Lam. Wang, 69, stepped down from a party position past year because of his age.

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  • Putin ally's private army behind attack on US-backed forces?
Putin ally's private army behind attack on US-backed forces?

Pentagon Spokesman Maj. Adrian Rankine-Galloway told CNN that "the addition of fifth-generation fighters into Syria would certainly not be in keeping with Russia's announced force drawdown". A failed cross-country skier from St. Petersburg, Russia, who once spent nine years in prison for robbery , Prigozhin rose from running a hot dog stand in...

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