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'We Have Your Back'-Yankees Support Girl Who Shared Bullying Stories in Heartbreaking Video-update
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2018-04-19    0 views
New York Yankees players announced their support for a girl who shared stories about being bullied in a video circulated widely online.

Cassidy Slater, 10, posted a video on Facebook detailing the bullying she’s endured at school, holding up sheets of paper that she wrote on.

The video was taken down by the social media company but later re-uploaded by the girl’s mother, who said that her daughter’s principal pressured Facebook to take it down.

The Yankees noticed the video and shared a video in response that showed 23 players and a manager holding up written messages on sheets of paper, like Slater did, announcing that they supported the girl.

“Hey Cassidy—we saw the video you made and from all of us here at the New York Yankees, we want you to know that you are not alone. We have your back!” the team said on Twitter.

Credit: Cassidy Slater via Storyful
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'We Have Your Back'-Yankees Support Girl Who Shared Bullying Stories in Heartbreaking Video
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2018-04-19    0 views
New York Yankees players announced their
support for a girl who has been bullied at school.

Cassidy Slater, 10, said that she’s been hit
and kicked by other students.

They also told her that she should kill herself.

Cassidy’s father said several changes have been
made for Cassidy, including changing her lunchtime.

Yankees players saw the video that Cassidy
posted on Facebook.

Players said that they support the girl and
invited her to visit them.

“You can sit next to us at lunch anytime,” one
said. “We have a seat for you in the clubhouse.”
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Woman Celebrating 22nd Birthday Fatally Struck by Armored Truck-teaser
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2018-04-19    0 views
A California woman died after she was struck by an armored truck on Tuesday while celebrating her 22nd birthday with her boyfriend.
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Bird strike forces Southwest emergency landing-teaser3
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2018-04-18    0 views
A Southwest Airlines plane was forced to make an emergency landing on Wednesday, April 18, after hitting a bird.

The bird strike took place shortly after Flight 577 departed Nashville en route to Phoenix.

The pilot successfully maneuvered the plane back to Nashville and landed safely 24 minutes after taking off, reported KRC-TV. No injuries were reported.

"We've confirmed flight 577 departing Nashville (BNA) to Phoenix (PHX) experienced a bird strike shortly after takeoff," the airline said in a statement.

"The Captain in command declared an emergency and safely landed the flight back at BNA. The aircraft has been taken out of service for maintenance review. Our local Nashville Employees are working diligently to accommodate those passengers on the continuation of this flight on a new aircraft."
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Man With Knife Arrested At Taylor Swift’s House-Teaser
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2018-04-18    0 views
Police officers said that a man with a knife and rope was arrested outside a California home owned by singer Taylor Swift over the weekend.

Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department deputies said that Julius Sandrock, a 38-year-old Colorado man, was released from custody on Tuesday while an investigation continued.

Deputies obtained a temporary restraining order preventing Sandrock from possessing guns, reported The Associated Press.

The order stated that Sandrock was wearing a mask and rubber gloves when he was arrested outside Swift’s home.

Swift, who lives in New York, wasn’t there at the time.

Sandrock had a knife, rope, and ammunition in his car.

Video Credit: Wochit Postables
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Family Mobilizes Hundreds to Find Dog Stolen From Their Yard—Week Later They Get Astonishing News
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2018-04-18    0 views
A family from Wrotham, Kent, received stunning news on Tuesday, April 17—eight days after their dog, Bear, disappeared from their garden.

The male Pomeranian vanished on April 9, and the family said a security camera footage shows a van pulling up and somebody taking the dog.

The family and friends conducted an extensive social media campaign to find Bear. A Facebook group dedicated to returning Bear to his home had over 1,300 members at time of writing.

Then, on Tuesday, the family was informed that Bear was handed in to a veterinarian and identified. The moment he was reunited with the family was recorded by his owner Josephine Cordell. The video shows the family's children huddling around the dog and petting him with big smiles on their faces.

"We can’t thank everyone enough for all the help you have given to get Bear home. Thank you so so so much," Cordell wrote.

Credit: Josephine Cordell via Storyful
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No Big Deal: Melania Trump Comforts Student at Event-update
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2018-04-18    0 views
First Lady Melania Trump met with middle school students on Monday, April 9.

She asked the group of 13 students to write on a board how they were feeling in the Blue Room of the White House, which was set up like a classroom.

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos was also there.

Near the end of the event, one student accidentally knocked a drinking glass off the table. The boy froze, but the first lady put a comforting hand on his back.

“No problem,” she said. “Don’t worry, it’s just water, OK?”

The first lady said she had gathered the children to hear about their thoughts and challenges and to “help children everywhere do their best,” according to The Associated Press.

She started the session by writing her own feelings on the board, “Excited.”

The children, two of whom had been homeschooled, according to the White House, wrote that they felt, “respected,” ”grateful” and “nervous.”
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Woman Who Died After Southwest Airline Explosion Identified-teaser
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2018-04-18    0 views
A passenger jet engine exploded midair

One woman was killed

Her identity has been revealed
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200 million eggs recalled over salmonella fears
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2018-04-18    0 views
More than 200 million eggs have been recalled in the United States.

An investigation found 22 people have contracted salmonella from them.

The eggs were distributed in 9 states including Colorado, Florida, and New Jersey.

The eggs were sold under a range of different brand names.

Salmonella affects more than a million people in the United States every year.
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CIA chief Pompeo formed 'good relationship' with North Korea's Kim, says Trump
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2018-04-18    0 views
A top American official recently met with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.

Reporter: "Who in the administration has talked with North Korea directly?"
Reporter: "Have you been speaking directly with them?"
Trump: "Yes."

Donald Trump, US President: "We've had talks at the highest level. Let's leave it a little bit short at that. But we have had talks at the highest level. And it's going very well, but we'll see what happens."

President Donald Trump said CIA director Mike Pompeo, traveled to North Korea to meet with Kim.

Trump said the meeting went “smoothly” and that Pompeo formed a “good relationship” with Kim.

Pompeo is Trump’s nominee to become the secretary of state.
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Wife Says El Chapo in Bad Psychological Shape-update
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2018-04-18    0 views
The wife of infamous drug lord El Chapo
told reporters that her husband is in bad shape.

2. SOUNDBITE (Spanish)

[Emma Coronel, El Chapo's Wife]

All I know I know through the lawyers
because I haven't seen him (my husband) in 15 months,
well I have seen him in court.
I have no communication with him whatsoever:
no phone calls,
I don't know why I have not been authorized
to do any visits or make any phone calls.
The only ones who can see him are
the girls (their twin daughters) and the lawyer.
I have not had any kind of communication with him.
My worry is his health.
Because I know that he is bad shape psychologically.
He feels bad from what lawyers are telling me.
It worries me how is he going to start the trial
if he's not in good health.

Emma Coronel, wife of Joaquin Guzman,
appeared in federal court in New York on April 17.

She said solitary confinement
is causing her husband distress.

His lawyer said they plan to bring a psychologist
from John Hopkins to examine the drug lord.

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Eduardo Balarezo, El Chapo's Lawyer

You have to realize that since January of last year,
so over 15 months, he's been in solitary confinement.
He does not get out of his cell
unless one of us takes him out
and that's for a couple of hours a day.
We have noticed that his mental state has deteriorated,
not just his memory but his affect,
the way he understands things.
He is not the man he was when I first met him.


U.S. officials defended the treatment, noting that
Guzman escaped twice from prison in Mexico.

Credit: AP
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Wife Says El Chapo in Bad Psychological Shape
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2018-04-17    0 views
The wife of infamous drug lord El Chapo
told reporters that her husband is in bad shape.

2. SOUNDBITE (Spanish)

[Emma Coronel, El Chapo's Wife]

All I know I know through the lawyers
because I haven't seen him (my husband) in 15 months,
well I have seen him in court.
I have no communication with him whatsoever:
no phone calls,
I don't know why I have not been authorized
to do any visits or make any phone calls.
The only ones who can see him are
the girls (their twin daughters) and the lawyer.
I have not had any kind of communication with him.
My worry is his health.
Because I know that he is bad shape psychologically.
He feels bad from what lawyers are telling me.
It worries me how is he going to start the trial
if he's not in good health.

Emma Coronel, wife of Joaquin Guzman,
appeared in federal court in New York on April 17.

She said solitary confinement
is causing her husband distress.

His lawyer said they plan to bring a psychologist
from John Hopkins to examine the drug lord.

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Eduardo Balarezo, El Chapo's Lawyer

You have to realize that since January of last year,
so over 15 months, he's been in solitary confinement.
He does not get out of his cell
unless one of us takes him out
and that's for a couple of hours a day.
We have noticed that his mental state has deteriorated,
not just his memory but his affect,
the way he understands things.
He is not the man he was when I first met him.


U.S. officials defended the treatment, noting that
Guzman escaped twice from prison in Mexico.

Credit: AP
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Ancient Babylonian tablet - world's first trig table
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2018-04-17    0 views
A 3,700-year-old Babylonian tablet was recently translated and might rewrite the history of math, suggesting that trigonometry may have been developed before the ancient Greeks.

The researchers said the tablet proves that the Babylonians developed trigonometry some 1,500 years prior to the Greeks.

“Our research reveals that Plimpton 322 describes the shapes of right-angle triangles using a novel kind of trigonometry based on ratios, not angles and circles,” Dr. Daniel Mansfield of the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales Faculty of Science, said in a university news release. “It is a fascinating mathematical work that demonstrates undoubted genius. The tablet not only contains the world’s oldest trigonometric table; it is also the only completely accurate trigonometric table, because of the very different Babylonian approach to arithmetic and geometry.”
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Trump Hails U.S.-Led Strikes on Syria
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2018-04-16    0 views
President Donald Trump praised his new national security adviser John Bolton for last Friday's airstrikes in Syria.

Speaking at an event on tax cuts in Florida, the crowd applauded Bolton's presence. Trump joked, "Are you giving him all the credit? You know that means the end of his job."

The president hailed the U.S.-led airstrikes, saying, "with way over 100 missiles shot in, they didn't shoot one down."

Trump added that the Syrian "equipment didn't work too well."

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio was also present at the tax cut roundtable and praised Trump's foreign policy addressing oppression in Cuba and Venezuela.

Trump said his administration is "working very hard on the Venezuelan horror show" the world is witnessing.
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Trump Hails U.S.-Led Strikes on Syria
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2018-04-16    0 views
President Donald Trump praised his new national security adviser John Bolton for last Friday's airstrikes in Syria.

Speaking at an event on tax cuts in Florida, the crowd applauded Bolton's presence. Trump joked, "Are you giving him all the credit? You know that means the end of his job."

The president hailed the U.S.-led airstrikes, saying, "with way over 100 missiles shot in, they didn't shoot one down."

Trump added that the Syrian "equipment didn't work too well."

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio was also present at the tax cut roundtable and praised Trump's foreign policy addressing oppression in Cuba and Venezuela.

Trump said his administration is "working very hard on the Venezuelan horror show" the world is witnessing.
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California High School Students Help Stop Possible School Shooter-teaser
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2018-04-16    0 views
Two students at a California high school may have stopped a potential school shooter in Florida, according to police.
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Shocking footage shows sloth bear being rescued from a dry well
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2018-04-16    0 views
This footage shows the moment would-be rescuers dash for cover after an angry sloth bear charges them as they free it from a 35-foot deep dry well.

An angry sloth bear was filmed charging at rescuers after they freed the rare animal from a deep, dry well.

Forest Department officials in Maharashtra, located in western India, were asked to respond after the animal fell into the hole, SWNS reported.
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Shocking footage shows sloth bear being rescued from a dry well-update
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2018-04-16    0 views
This footage shows the moment would-be rescuers dash for cover after an angry sloth bear charges them as they free it from a 35-foot deep dry well.

An angry sloth bear was filmed charging at rescuers after they freed the rare animal from a deep, dry well.

Forest Department officials in Maharashtra, located in western India, were asked to respond after the animal fell into the hole, SWNS reported.
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Starbucks Apologizes After Two Black Men Arrested While Waiting for Friend in Philadelphia Store-teaser
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2018-04-16    0 views
Two black men were arrested in a Starbucks in downtown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on April 12 for refusing to leave the store while waiting on a friend. The men had allegedly not purchased anything and tried to use the restroom.

Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross said in an on-camera statement that officers were called to the scene for a trespassing complaint by an employee who had asked the men to leave. Ross said the men were “asked politely” and refused multiple times, leading to their arrest.

Starbucks released a statement on April 14 apologizing to the two men who were arrested.

Credit: Khadijah Hassan via Storyful
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Former First Lady Barbara Bush in Failing Health
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2018-04-15    0 views
A family spokesman says former US first lady Barbara Bush is in "failing health" and won't seek additional medical treatment.

Jim McGrath issued a news release on Sunday saying that following a recent series of hospitalizations and after consulting with her family and doctors, the 92-year-old former first lady has decided not to seek additional medical treatment and will instead focus on comfort care.

He did not elaborate as to the nature of Bush's health problems.

McGrath says Bush is surrounded by "a family she adores" and appreciates the many kind messages and prayers she's been receiving.
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Barbara Bush in failing health-teaser
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2018-04-15    0 views
A family spokesman says former US first lady Barbara Bush is in "failing health" and won't seek additional medical treatment.

Jim McGrath issued a news release on Sunday saying that following a recent series of hospitalisations and after consulting with her family and doctors, the 92-year-old former first lady has decided not to seek additional medical treatment and will instead focus on comfort care.

He did not elaborate as to the nature of Bush's health problems.

McGrath says Bush is surrounded by "a family she adores" and appreciates the many kind messages and prayers she's been receiving.

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Woman hospitalized after dog attack in South Dallas-teaser
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2018-04-15    0 views
Woman hospitalized after dog attack in South Dallas
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Woman hospitalized after dog attack in South Dallas - teaser
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Woman hospitalized after dog attack in South Dallas
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Man Rescued After Van Plunges Off California Cliff
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2018-04-13    0 views
A man was rescued after his vehicle plunged off the side of a seaside cliff in Northern California.

The grey minivan careened over the side of Highway 1 along Devil's Slide in San Mateo County, located south of San Francisco in the Bay Area, NBC reported.

The van fell approximately 150 to 175 feet before it plunged into the ocean, Cal Fire Battalion Chief David Casgrave official said.

Specifically, Casgrave told CBS San Francisco that the unnamed driver “swerved and then careened over the edge and into the ocean.”

“We arrived on the scene to find the vehicle completely submerged,” Cosgrave added. “The van was in the surfline in a deep ravine.”

Credit: AP

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Mystery New Jersey Winner of $533M Mega Millions Jackpot Revealed-update
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2018-04-13    0 views
Richard Wahl, of Vernon, New Jersey, was named as the winner of a $533 million lottery prize.

Wahl, 47, who won the Mega Millions drawing in March, was introduced Friday, April 13, at the lottery’s headquarters. He’s opting to take the $220.7 million cash payout after taxes.

He told The Associatlocd Press: “It was truly amazing. Some of my family members were sleeping so I didn’t go and scream out. I walked upstairs. I saw my wife … and said, ‘Baby, we get to go on vacation.’ She said, ‘What are you talking about? Don’t be an idiot.’”

He told NBC New York that the ticket was "life-changing."

"We cried a lot together as a family," said Wahl. "We didn't sleep that much. The nerves, the shock of everything. I don't think it's still settled in for us."

Credit: New Jersey Lottery
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Video of what Georgia dad does to his infant son goes viral
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2018-04-13    0 views
A cellphone video of a Georgia dad doing his best to comfort his baby boy as he gets shots exploded on social media after the father posted the clip on Facebook days ago.

Antwon Lee is a first-time father. His newborn boy Debias King Lee was scheduled to receive shots at the pediatrician’s office on the same day that Lee’s father passed away, People reported.

Credit: Facebook/Debias King Lee
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Mystery New Jersey Winner of $533M Mega Millions Jackpot Revealed
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2018-04-13    0 views
Richard Wahl, of Vernon, New Jersey, was named as the winner of a $533 million lottery prize.

Wahl, 47, who won the Mega Millions drawing in March, was introduced Friday, April 13, at the lottery’s headquarters. He’s opting to take the $220.7 million cash payout after taxes.

He told The Associatlocd Press: “It was truly amazing. Some of my family members were sleeping so I didn’t go and scream out. I walked upstairs. I saw my wife … and said, ‘Baby, we get to go on vacation.’ She said, ‘What are you talking about? Don’t be an idiot.’”

He told NBC New York that the ticket was "life-changing."

"We cried a lot together as a family," said Wahl. "We didn't sleep that much. The nerves, the shock of everything. I don't think it's still settled in for us."

Credit: New Jersey Lottery
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Mystery New Jersey Winner of $533M Mega Millions Jackpot Revealed
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2018-04-13    0 views
A $533 million lottery winner was identified.

Richard Wahl, of New Jersey, claimed the prize.

The 47-year-old was introduced Friday
at the Mega Millions lotto headquarters.

He will take the cash option
worth $220.7 million after taxes.

The winning ticket was sold on March 20
at a Lukoil gas station.

“We cried a lot together as a family,”
Wahl told local media.

“We didn't sleep that much,” he said.

“The nerves, the shock of everything.”

“I don't think it's still settled in for us."

He had only played twice before.

Wahl said he wouldn’t talk about his
family during the news conference.

New Jersey doesn’t allow lottery
winners to remain anonymous.

"We're just humbled by the fact
that everything’s happened,” he
concluded.

The $533 million annuity option
will be paid over 29 years.

Credit: New Jersey Lottery
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Actor Will Ferrell Rushed to Hospital After Car Accident
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2018-04-13    0 views
Actor Will Ferrell was rushed to the hospital
after a car crash on Thursday night.

The famous actor was traveling in an SUV driven
by a chauffeur in Orange County around 11 p.m.

The SUV was hit by another vehicle and flipped over.

Ferrell was loaded onto a stretcher and rushed
to the hospital.

A representative said he was later released
and suffered no significant injuries.

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Video of what Georgia dad does to his infant son goes viraL-teaser
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2018-04-13    0 views
A cellphone video of a Georgia dad doing his best to comfort his baby boy as he gets shots exploded on social media after the father posted the clip on Facebook days ago.

Antwon Lee is a first-time father. His newborn boy Debias King Lee was scheduled to receive shots at the pediatrician’s office on the same day that Lee’s father passed away, People reported.

Credit: Facebook/Debias King Lee
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Orange snow turns Sochi ski resort into a Martian landscape
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2018-04-13    0 views
Skiers in Sochi must have thought they were somewhere out of this world when they discovered that the snow on the slopes of the Krasnaya Polyana resort had turned a funny shade of orange.

However, there is no cause for concern.

Experts from the Sochi Centre of Hydrometeorology and Monitoring of the Black and Azov Seas say that the cause of the phenomenon is winds carrying sand from North Africa, which then fell as rain.

They also predict that things will get back to normal by the weekend.

So, travelers should look at this as a bonus—when sharing vacation photos, they can tell their friends about their skiing vacation on Mars.

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Trump Touts Benefits Seen From Tax Cuts
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2018-04-12    0 views
President Donald Trump gathered workers from around the United States to help show the benefits that are being seen from the tax cut plan recently passed.

The massive Republican tax-cut legislation was passed in Congress late last year and now stands as President Trump’s marquee achievement.

It took effect on Jan. 1, billed as a huge boon for the stressed middle class and a key GOP selling point in the midterm elections this year.

The $1.5 trillion package provides generous tax cuts for corporations and the wealthiest Americans, and more modest reductions for middle- and low-income individuals and families.

The tax cuts for corporations are permanent, while those for individuals and families expire in 2026.

Nonpartisan tax experts project that the law will bring lower taxes for the great majority of Americans.

Already taxpayers have seen a tangible result of the new tax law.

Millions of working Americans saw bigger paychecks starting early in the year.

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Trump Touts Benefits Seen From Tax Cuts
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2018-04-12    0 views
President Donald Trump gathered workers from around the U.S. to help show the benefits that are being seen from the tax cut plan recently passed.

The massive Republican tax-cut legislation was passed in Congress late last year and now stands as President Trump's marquee achievement.

It took effect January 1, billed as a huge boon for the stressed middle class and a key GOP selling point in the midterm elections this year.

The $1.5 trillion package provides generous tax cuts for corporations and the wealthiest Americans, and more modest reductions for middle- and low-income individuals and families.

The tax cuts for corporations are permanent, while those for individuals and families expire in 2026.

Nonpartisan tax experts project that the law will bring lower taxes for the great majority of Americans.

Already taxpayers have seen a tangible result of the new tax law.

Millions of working Americans saw bigger paychecks starting early in the year.

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Victims of India school bus accident treated in hospital-teaser update
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2018-04-12    0 views
At least 27 children, some as young as 4 years old, were killed on Monday when their school bus skidded off a mountain road into a gorge in the foothills of the Himalayas, officials said.

Three adults were also killed in the crash, Himachal Pradesh state transport minister Govind Singh Takur told the Press Trust of India news agency.

At least a dozen people were taken to area hospitals.

Initial reports indicated that the bus driver was speeding as he took the children home and lost control at the edge of the gorge, with the bus crashing some 200 feet (60 metres) to the ground below, said police officer Sunil Kumar.

News reports said most of the children riding in the bus were in elementary school.

The accident occurred in the Kangra Valley, about 500 kilometres (300 miles) north of New Delhi.

India's roads, particularly in the hills, have long been feared for their deep potholes, reckless drivers and, very often, a lack of guardrails.

Fatal accidents are common.

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Victims of India school bus accident treated in hospital
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2018-04-12    0 views
At least 27 children, some as young as 4 years old, were killed on Monday when their school bus skidded off a mountain road into a gorge in the foothills of the Himalayas, officials said.

Three adults were also killed in the crash, Himachal Pradesh state transport minister Govind Singh Takur told the Press Trust of India news agency.

At least a dozen people were taken to area hospitals.

Initial reports indicated that the bus driver was speeding as he took the children home and lost control at the edge of the gorge, with the bus crashing some 200 feet (60 metres) to the ground below, said police officer Sunil Kumar.

News reports said most of the children riding in the bus were in elementary school.

The accident occurred in the Kangra Valley, about 500 kilometres (300 miles) north of New Delhi.

India's roads, particularly in the hills, have long been feared for their deep potholes, reckless drivers and, very often, a lack of guardrails.

Fatal accidents are common.

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Zuckerberg tells Congress 'I'm sorry' for data misuse
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2018-04-12    0 views
Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg started testifying before Congress on Tuesday (April 10) as he looks to fend off the possibility of new regulations as a result of the privacy scandal engulfing his social network.

The 33-year-old internet mogul faces tough questioning from a joint hearing of the U.S. Senate's Commerce and Judiciary committees.

Hours before the hearing, people waited in a line inside the Hart Senate Office Building, set off by velvet ropes, stretching from the briefing room down a corridor. Some brought folding chairs, while others stood or sat on the floor.

Outside the Capitol building, which houses Congress, online protest group Avaaz set up 100 life-sized cutouts of Zuckerberg wearing T-shirts with the words 'Fix Facebook.'

Zuckerberg, who founded Facebook in his Harvard University dorm room in 2004, is fighting to prove to critics that he is the right person to go on leading what has grown into one of the world's largest companies.

Facebook faces a growing crisis of confidence among users, advertisers, employees and investors after acknowledging that up to 87 million people, mostly in the United States, had their personal information harvested from the site by Cambridge Analytica, a political consultancy that has counted U.S. President Donald Trump's election campaign among its clients.

On Friday, Zuckerberg threw his support behind proposed legislation requiring social media sites to disclose the identities of buyers of online political campaign ads.

Facebook shares were up 2.5 percent in afternoon trading.

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