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NY Trooper Remembered as ‘True Hero’ at Funeral
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2018-07-08    30 views
A New York State trooper killed on duty by a suicidal man was remembered at his funeral Sunday for his leadership, passion for life and willingness to help others.

Trooper Nicholas Clark's life "was taken because he did what we asked him to do," said State Police Superintendent George Beach, speaking to a crowd at an arena at Alfred University that included Gov. Andrew Cuomo along with numerous others state troopers and other law enforcement.

"He went into harm's way to protect the innocent, and despite the grave risk that he faced, he performed his duty to help others," Beach said. "That is a true hero."

Clark's flag-draped casket was on the stage, surrounded by flower arrangements and enlarged photographs of the 29-year-old.

He died responding to a call early Monday morning near the Pennsylvania border. Police said Clark was fatally shot by the man, 43-year-old Steven Kiley, who was later found dead with a self-inflicted gunshot wound inside his rural home in Erwin.

Kiley was the principal of the K-12 Bradford Central School.

State police on Friday said they recovered 12 illegal firearms owned by Kiley, including eight assault rifles, one rifle and three handguns.

They also recovered two silencers and numerous high capacity magazines.

Clark grew up in the area in the hamlet of Troupsburg, where he was a standout high school wrestler and football player.

He went to the University of North Carolina at Greensboro on a wrestling scholarship before transferring to Alfred University, where he graduated in 2011. He was a two-time All-America honoree and held the school record for career tackles until 2017.

The former Division III football player was invited as a free agent to the Buffalo Bill's spring minicamp in 2012 shortly after his graduation.

Clark graduated from the New York State Police Academy in 2015 and transferred to the Bath barracks in August 2017.
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3 Children Killed in Southeast Texas Apartment Fire
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2018-07-05    63 views
PORT ARTHUR, Texas—A fire official says three children rescued from a burning apartment in Southeast Texas have died from their injuries.

Port Arthur Fire Marshal Paul Washburn tells KFDM television that firefighters arrived at the burning building a little after midnight Wednesday. First responders found the children and rushed them to a hospital where they were pronounced dead.

Washburn says the children were aged 2, 6 and 12.

Washburn tells The Associated Press the three children were the only ones inside the apartment when the fire broke out. He says their mother had taken another child to the hospital.

Washburn says they are investigating to determine the cause of the fire.
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Commuters Help Lift Train Off Woman's Leg After It Becomes Trapped at Boston Station
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2018-07-03    0 views
A woman whose leg was badly cut when she fell between a platform and a train at a station in Boston on June 29 asked other commuters not to call an ambulance because she could not afford to pay the medical fees, according to a reporter at the scene.

Police released footage of the incident, which they said occurred as the woman stepped off the train on the Orange Line at the Massachusetts Avenue Station shortly after 5.30 pm on Friday.

Police said the woman’s left leg fell between the platform and train and it became further lodged after other customers pushed to exit the train. Customers helped to free the woman by rocking the train back and forth.

Police said the woman sustained a serious laceration to her thigh and was transported to Boston Medical Center.

The Boston Globe reported that one of its reporters, Maria Cramer, witnessed the aftermath of the incident.

She tweeted from the scene that the woman, who was in agony, begged other commuters not to call and ambulance because she could not afford to cover the costs.
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Lakers Sign Rajon Rondo for $9 Million
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2018-07-03    0 views
Even when their respective teams were vicious rivals, Rajon Rondo often gave LeBron James high praise.

Now, he’ll be giving him the ball.

A person with knowledge of the negotiations confirmed to The Associated Press that Rondo had agreed to sign a one-year contract with the Los Angeles Lakers. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the deal is not finalized.

So in less than 24 hours, not only did the Lakers lure James out of Cleveland—but added two players who were longtime antagonists in his annual quest to win the Eastern Conference. First, by agreeing to a deal with Lance Stephenson on Sunday night and then moving Monday to convince Rondo to join what will be his sixth different NBA franchise.

James is back on vacation while the Lakers are busy building a roster around him.

“For him, it’s just business as usual,” Lakers legend Kobe Bryant said of James during a Monday appearance on ESPN’s “The Jump.” “He’ll come to work. He’ll work hard every single day. I’m really excited for our young players, because they get a chance to watch him work up close and so I think that speeds up their learning curve. … I think it’s just important for ‘Bron just to be himself and continue doing what he’s been doing.”

Just over $1 billion in new contracts were agreed upon starting late Saturday night and through the official first day of free agency Sunday—with James going to the Lakers, Kevin Durant staying in Golden State, Chris Paul staying in Houston and Paul George staying in Oklahoma City, among other news—things predictably cooled off a bit for Day 2.

It was still a big day for some guys, including Derrick Favors, who agreed on a $36 million, two-year deal to stay with the Utah Jazz. Upon hearing that news, his teammates Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert reacted by quickly posting similar requests on Twitter — that being that Favors finally grabs a dinner check.

He can do that now, and then some.

JJ Redick is back with the Philadelphia 76ers, agreeing to a one-year deal worth about $12 million. Redick averaged 17.1 points and shot 42 percent from 3-point range last season with Philadelphia, when he made $23 million.

With James out of the Eastern Conference, Philadelphia believes it can make a run at getting to the NBA Finals. So does Boston—which, coincidentally, gave away the No. 9 jersey that Rondo used to wear there Monday by completing the long-expected signing of Brad Wanamaker, a guard who comes to Boston after spending the last seven seasons in Europe.

Wanamaker played his college ball at Pitt, and is coming off being selected MVP of this year’s Turkish League finals.

Anthony Tolliver changed teams again, this time going back to one of his former stops—Minnesota, which will sign him to a one-year deal worth $5.75 million. Tolliver has played for nine different franchises, and spent last season with Detroit.

The Pistons added Jose Calderon, who will reunite with his former coach Dwane Casey. Calderon signed a one-year deal for the veteran minimum of about $2.4 million. Calderon was with James in Cleveland last season.

So he’s leaving Cleveland—and so is the massive banner showing James and bearing the phrase “We Are All Witnesses.” The 10-story banner in downtown Cleveland is scheduled to be taken down by Nike later this week, even though some Clevelanders said they hoped it would remain as a tribute to James’ years with the Cavs.
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President Trump Meets with the Prime Minister of the Netherlands
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2018-07-03    164 views
President Donald Trump met with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte at the White House on July 2.

The two leaders had a one-on-one meeting followed by an expanded session with senior officials. Before the meetings, both delivered brief remarks to press gathered in the oval office. Trump said he planned to discuss trade. Rutte said that he planned to discuss jobs and security

"It's a great honor to have the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of the Netherlands," Trump said. "We've worked together and have a very, very close relationship. I think the relationship with the Netherlands has never been better than it is now."

Trump and Rutte will meet again next week at the NATO summit.

"It's good to be here," Rutte said. "And can I add to this—that the relationship between the Netherlands and the United States is over 400 years old. We are allies. We have always been friends, always been friendly, working closely together."

Rutte pointed out that Dutch investments support 825,000 jobs in the United States and that American investments have resulted in 250,000 jobs in the Netherlands.

"And our aim will be to increase those numbers, to be more successful," Rutte said.

"And there are so many opportunities between the United States and the Netherlands to do more, both in the area of security as well as in the area of having more jobs and having more trades and more investments," he added.

Last month, Alex van der Zwaan, a Dutch national, was deported to the Netherlands after serving a 30-day prison term. Van der Zwaan is the only person to have been sentenced as a result of an investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller looking into allegations of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

Neither van der Zwaan, nor any of the other people indicted by Mueller, have been charged with crimes related to collusion.
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Bolton: US Has Plan to Denuclearize North Korea Within a Year
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2018-07-02    0 views
White House national security adviser John Bolton said on Sunday he believed the bulk of North Korea's weapons programs could be dismantled within a year, although some experts say the complete process could take far longer.

Bolton told CBS's "Face the Nation" that Washington has devised a program to dismantle North Korea's weapons of mass destruction—chemical, biological and nuclear—and ballistic missile programs in a year, if there is full cooperation and disclosure from Pyongyang.

"If they have the strategic decision already made to do that and they're cooperative, we can move very quickly," he said. "Physically we would be able to dismantle the overwhelming bulk of their programs within a year."

He said Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will likely discuss that proposal with his North Korean counterparts soon. The Financial Times reported that Pompeo was due to visit North Korea this week but the State Department has not confirmed any travel plans.

Some experts disputed Bolton's optimistic time frame.

"It would be physically possible to dismantle the bulk of North Korea’s programs within a year," said Thomas Countryman, the State Department's top arms control officer under President Barack Obama. "I do not believe it would be possible to verify full dismantlement within a year, nor have I yet seen evidence of a firm DPRK decision to undertake full dismantlement."

Siegfried Hecker, a nuclear scientist and Stanford University professor, has predicted it would take around 10 years to dismantle and clean up a substantial part of North Korea’s Yongbyon nuclear site.

South Korean media reported on Sunday that U.S. envoy Sung Kim, the American ambassador to the Philippines, met with North Korean officials at the border on Sunday to coordinate an agenda for Pompeo's next visit to North Korea.

U.S. intelligence is not certain how many nuclear warheads North Korea has. The Defense Intelligence Agency is at the high end with an estimate of about 50, but all the agencies believe Pyongyang is concealing an unknown number—especially smaller tactical ones—in caves and other underground facilities around the country.
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Border Patrol Agents Battle Drug and Human Traffickers, While Being Vilified by Activists-update
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2018-07-01    0 views
WASHINGTON—Six days ago, Border Patrol agent Art Del Cueto arrested a Mexican national who had illegally crossed the southwest border in the Tucson, Arizona, sector.

Del Cueto said the man told him, “You guys as Americans are weak with your laws, and we love it.”

“I laughed at it,” Del Cueto said. “I’m sitting there going, how ironic is this that I’m explaining to a Mexican national how his country’s laws are tougher than ours and he turns around and just tells me, ‘Well, it’s not my fault you guys are weak. You guys need to toughen up.’”

The porous southwest border is big business for Mexican cartels and human smuggling organizations. Their mission and their bottom line is directly tied to the amount of drugs, humans, and other contraband they can push over the border into the United States.
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Border Patrol Agents Battle Drug and Human Traffickers, While Being Vilified by Activists
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2018-07-01    0 views
WASHINGTON—Six days ago, Border Patrol agent Art Del Cueto arrested a Mexican national who had illegally crossed the southwest border in the Tucson, Arizona, sector.

Del Cueto said the man told him, “You guys as Americans are weak with your laws, and we love it.”

“I laughed at it,” Del Cueto said. “I’m sitting there going, how ironic is this that I’m explaining to a Mexican national how his country’s laws are tougher than ours and he turns around and just tells me, ‘Well, it’s not my fault you guys are weak. You guys need to toughen up.’”

The porous southwest border is big business for Mexican cartels and human smuggling organizations. Their mission and their bottom line is directly tied to the amount of drugs, humans, and other contraband they can push over the border into the United States.
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Deadly blast hits eastern Afghan city
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2018-07-01    8 views
An explosion hit the center of the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad on Sunday (July 1), killing at least 19 people and wounding 20 and sending a plume of smoke into the sky, witnesses and provincial government officials said.

The blast, hours after President Ashraf Ghani had opened a hospital in Jalalabad, damaged shops and buildings around Mukhaberat square in the city, said governor's spokesman Attaullah Khogyani.

Ghulam Sanayi Stanekzai, police chief of Nangarhar, said the explosion was caused by a suicide bomber who targeted a vehicle carrying members of the Sikh minority who were travelling to meet the president.

Officials said at least 10 of the dead were Sikhs. Afghanistan is an overwhelmingly Muslim nation but a small number of Hindus and Sikhs remain in the country.

Inaamullah Miakhel, a spokesman for the provincial health department of Nangarhar, said 19 people had been killed and 20 wounded.

Officials said the casualty total might have been even higher had much of the city not been blocked off for Ghani's visit. He was not in the area when the blast occurred.

There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the blast, the latest in a series to have hit Jalalabad, the provincial capital of Nangarhar, where ISIS terrorists have established a strong presence in recent years.
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Poll: 84 Percent of Americans Support Turning Illegal Immigrants Over to Authorities
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2018-06-30    0 views
A newly released poll conducted by Harvard-Harris revealed that a majority of Americans support turning in illegal immigrants to federal authorities.

The June poll found that a massive 84 percent of Americans favor turning in illegal immigrants. Only 16 percent said that federal agents should not be notified.

The poll was conducted less than a week after president Donald Trump signed an executive order on June 20 to help stop family separations at the border.

On Tuesday, a federal judge ordered that children and parents who crossed the border illegally and were subsequently separated, be reunited within 30 days, even sooner if the child is under 5.

Another finding in the poll revealed that 64 percent of Americans believe notifying immigration authorities when immigrants are arrested for crimes decreases crime because it takes criminals off the streets. In contrast, only 36 percent believed that notifying the authorities would increase crime.
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Report: Multiple People Shot at Md Newspaper
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2018-06-28    102 views
Multiple people have been shot at The Capital newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland.

The Baltimore Sun, which owns the Annapolis newspaper, says a reporter told them of the shooting Thursday afternoon.

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives says it is responding to reports of the shooting.

Marc Limansky is a spokesman for the Anne Arundel County Police Department. He says officers are searching the building in Annapolis where the shooting was reported. He says the situation is "active and ongoing."

On TV reports, people could be seen leaving the building with their hands up, as police officers urged them to depart through a parking lot and officers converged on the building.
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President and the First Lady Welcome the King and Queen of the Hashemite Kingdom
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2018-06-26    0 views
President Donald Trump welcomed the king and queen of Jordan at the White House on June 25.

King Abdullah II Bin Al-Hussein and Queen Rania Al Abdullah arrived at the South Portico on a sunny afternoon. The royals' official visit started on June 22 and will conclude on June 26.

The president and First Lady Melania Trump came out of the White House as the royal motorcade pulled out in front of a red carpet. After greetings and handshakes, the group posed for photos near the Rose Garden colonnade and went inside.

The two leaders made brief remarks to the gathered reporters.

"It's a great honor to have the king and queen of Jordan with us. They're friends. We've known each other now for quite a while, long before this," Trump said.

Trump congratulated the king for doing an "incredible job" in taking care of refugees. The king responded by thanking Trump for supporting Jordan.

"If the rest of the world just took a little bit of your humility and your grace to help us, we'd be in a lot better position," the king said.

The president and the king were expected to discuss the stalled Israeli–Palestinian peace process and other Middle East issues.

The White House said in a statement that Trump and Abdullah II would "discuss issues of mutual concern, including terrorism, the threat from Iran, and the crisis in Syria, and working towards a lasting peace between Israelis and Palestinians."

When asked about the Middle East peace plan, Trump said, "We're doing very well."

"His Majesty knows we're doing very well in the Middle East. A lot of progress has been made in the Middle East," Trump said. "And it really started with the end of the horrible Iran deal. That deal was a disaster, and things are a lot different since we ended that."

On June 19, the king met with Trump's son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner and special Middle East envoy Jason Greenblatt in Amman.
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Texas Police Crews Throw Down in Lip-Sync Battle
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2018-06-25    154 views
Police officers can be a little intimidating: solemn, focused, intense, decked out with bulletproof vests, guns, tasers, and nightsticks.

Be careful—the officer behind that badge might be a seriously mean performer.

Texas police departments have been turning up the heat on a competition most people wouldn’t associate with law enforcement—an in-car lip-sync battle.

Officers have to do something to pass the time between calls, after all.
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A story of opportunity for North Korea-update
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2018-06-25    10 views
President Trump showed North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a video resembling a movie trailer in preparation for their meeting.

He played the video for the press after the historic meeting in Singapore, where President Trump agreed to stop joint military drills with South Korea and Kim Jong-un agreed to denuclearize.

The video was played for reporters first in Korean, then in English, Time reported. The video appears to be giving Kim Jong Un a choice on whether to continue the status quo between North Korea’s closed off existence and distant relations with other countries or to join the wave of prosperity the world outside of North Korea is experiencing.

“A new world can begin today, one of friendship, respect, and goodwill. Be part of that world, where the doors of opportunity are ready to be opened. Investment from around the world, where you can have medical breakthroughs, an abundance of resources, innovative technology, and new discoveries,” says a narrator in the video.

The video shows footage of Trump, Kim, North Koreans, Americans, and shows Kim crossing into South Korea for his historic meeting with President Moon Jae-in. The video seems to be encouraging Kim to stay that path and capitalize on the gains in openness he has already achieved.
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President Donald Trump's message to family members of the fallen
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2018-06-25    24 views
President Donald Trump's message to family members of the fallen
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8-Year-Old Hit by Baseball, Heart Stops Beating
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2018-06-24    13 views
An eight-year-old Texan boy’s heart stopped beating when he got hit in the chest by a baseball while he was playing was playing in a little league tournament on Thursday.

After being hit in the chest, Kekoa Ramirez took a moment’s pause and attempted to continued playing, throwing the ball to second base. But he collapsed shortly afterwards, Fox 4 reported.

An off-duty paramedic said that Ramirez needed a defibrillator immediately. Ramirez’s father carried his son and rushed him to the Cedar Hills EMT Tommy Perez who was on site at the basefall diamond. Perez said that by the time he got to examine Ramirez, the boy had no pulse or any sign of breathing. Perez found the site of the blunt force trauma—a red circle left by the ball—on Ramirez’s chest. Fortunately with the defibrillator on site, Perez was able to revive Ramirez.
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25 injured in Germany house explosion
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2018-06-24    53 views
An explosion almost completely destroyed a several storey residential building in Wuppertal city in western Germany on Saturday (June 23).

Twenty-five people were injured, four of them severely.

On Sunday, the house in Langerfeld district was being demolished.

Authorities did not provide any information about the cause, but police have begun a criminal investigation.
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Crude Leaks From Derailed Train in Iowa
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2018-06-24    239 views
Authorities say crude oil is leaking from some of more than 30 tanker cars that have derailed in northwest Iowa.

BNSF railroad spokesman Andy Williams said no one was injured when the cars derailed Friday near Doon, about 60 miles north of Sioux City. Officials aren't sure whether floodwater from the swollen Little Rock River caused the cars to leave the tracks.

Drone video taken by the Sioux County Sheriff's Department shows oil mixing with floodwaters.

A few homes near the crash scene were evacuated.
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2018 Washington, D.C. Rally to End Persecution of Falun Gong in China-update
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2018-06-20    0 views
On June 20, Falun Gong practitioners from around the world will gather in Washington D.C. for the annual rally and parade to protest against China’s persecution of Falun Gong. NTD’s live coverage of the event will begin at 10:30 a.m. Numerous U.S. congressmen and representatives from organizations advocating for human rights or religious freedom will speak at the event to lend their support. Live coverage of the parade will begin at noon and continue for two hours.

The persecution of Falun Gong began on July 20, 1999, when then head of the Chinese communist regime, Jiang Zemin, gave the order. For 19 years, millions of practitioners have suffered from illegal abduction, imprisonment, torture, and even became victims of organ harvesting. Countless practitioners lost their homes, jobs, and were forced to leave their schools.
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Mouse Found Crawling Among Burger Buns at Oklahoma Wendy’s
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2018-06-20    0 views
Employees at a Wendy’s in Catoosa, Oklahoma, have shared videos online of a mouse crawling in a bag of burger buns, prompting the restaurant chain to respond.

Samantha Nibbelink, an employee of Wendy’s in Catoosa, recorded the footage on June 10.

She told KJRH in Tulsa that when she alerted her manager to the discovery she was told to “just take a new rack of buns.”

A second employee posted a similar video several days later, which gained the attention of local media, prompting Wendy’s to respond to the incident.

“I just hear ‘mouse, mouse, mouse!’ I’m like, we do not have mice in this store, what? I go back there and the mouse is moving around in the big buns,” Catoosa Wendy’s employee Skylar Frame told KJRH.

Both employees said they noticed multiple health code violations at the restaurant.
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Troops storm airport in Yemen's Hodeidah
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2018-06-19    1K views
Troops backed by a Saudi-led coalition stormed the airport in Hodeidah on Tuesday (June 19) in what could be a decisive moment in the most crucial battle yet in Yemen's war.

Crucial because as well as being the main supply line for the Iran-aligned Houthis, Yemen's main port city is also a lifeline for civilians - 8.4 million of whom are on the verge of starvation.

The U.N fears this offensive will worsen what is already the world's most urgent humanitarian crisis.

Houthi media said 40 airstrikes hit the airport on Tuesday and UAE state media claimed large swathes of the facility had been taken by coalition forces.
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2018 Washington, D.C. Rally to End Persecution of Falun Gong in China
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2018-06-19    0 views
On June 20, Falun Gong practitioners from around the world will gather in Washington D.C. for the annual rally and parade to protest against China’s persecution of Falun Gong. NTD’s live coverage of the event will begin at 10:30 a.m. Numerous U.S. congressmen and representatives from organizations advocating for human rights or religious freedom will speak at the event to lend their support. Live coverage of the parade will begin at noon and continue for two hours.
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US Border Patrol: 'There is no policy to separate families'
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2018-06-17    113 views
In Texas' Rio Grande Valley, the busiest corridor for people trying to enter the US, Border Patrol officials argue that they have to crack down on illegal migrants as a deterrent to others.

The United States Border Patrol on Sunday allowed reporters to briefly visit the facility where it holds families arrested at the southern US border, responding to questions over the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy.
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FDA warns consumers in 10 more states not to eat cut melon due to salmonella-update
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2018-06-15    0 views
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has added 10 more states to the list of those affected by a salmonella outbreak linked to pre-cut melons in its latest update on Thursday.

The investigation so far, which was conducted together with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), has determined that Alabama, California, Florida, Kansas, Maryland, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Tennessee might have also received the potentially contaminated product.

This brings the total of states affected by the outbreak to 23.

Federal officials first issued a public warning to consumers and retailers about a multistate salmonella outbreak linked to pre-cut melons being sold in major grocery store chains on June 8.

Consumers were warned to throw away cut watermelon, honeydew and cantaloupe as well as fruit salads containing these melons purchased in clear, plastic clamshell containers from any Costco, Jay C, Kroger, Payless, Owen’s, Sprouts, Trader Joe’s, Walgreens, Walmart, or Whole Foods/Amazon store in any of the affected states at this time.
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Police Officer Rescues 3-Year-Old Choking on Quarter
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2018-06-14    17 views
Police bodycam footage showed a police officer helping a 3-year-old in Tecumseh, Oklahoma, who was choking on June 7, who coughed up a quarter that had been lodged in his throat.

The child’s mother was driving home from dinner in Shawnee when she noticed her son was unable to breathe and parked outside a car wash where she was helped by the officer, the Shawnee News-Star reported.

The mother can be heard in the video saying she believed that her boy was choking on a lollipop. However, after the officer began slapping him on the back, the child coughed up a quarter.

This footage was sent directly to Storyful by police on June 14.
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More than 400,000 pounds of sausage recalled
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2018-06-14    75 views
More than 400,000 pounds of sausage has been recalled across Texas.

The USDA said that the sausage was sold at H-E-B stores.

They're being recalled due to "pork casing," which wasn't declared on the label.

It could cause allergic reactions.
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Small Plane Crash in Southern New Jersey Kills 2
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2018-06-13    60 views
Authorities say a small plane has crashed in a rural part of southern New Jersey, killing two people.

The Federal Aviation Administration says the Hawker Beechcraft 58 Baron aircraft went down Wednesday morning in Springfield Township.

The names of the two people killed were not immediately released. It's believed they were the only people aboard the plane.

The plane had taken off around 9 a.m. from South Jersey Regional Airport in Lumberton, about 10 miles southwest of the crash scene.

The FAA is investigating the crash.

Garrett Andrew Rodriguez-Maribona, who was at the scene shortly after the crash occurred, told The Associated Press that he and another man tried to see if there were any survivors but soon realized there were not.
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A STORY OF OPPORTUNITY FOR NORTH KOREA-teaser
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2018-06-13    0 views
President Trump showed North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a video resembling a movie trailer in preparation for their meeting.

He played the video for the press after the historic meeting in Singapore, where President Trump agreed to stop joint military drills with South Korea and Kim Jong-un agreed to denuclearize.

The video was played for reporters first in Korean, then in English, Time reported. The video appears to be giving Kim Jong Un a choice on whether to continue the status quo between North Korea’s closed off existence and distant relations with other countries or to join the wave of prosperity the world outside of North Korea is experiencing.
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A STORY OF OPPORTUNITY FOR NORTH KOREA
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2018-06-12    156 views
President Trump showed North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a video resembling a movie trailer in preparation for their meeting.

He played the video for the press after the historic meeting in Singapore, where President Trump agreed to stop joint military drills with South Korea and Kim Jong-un agreed to denuclearize.

The video was played for reporters first in Korean, then in English, Time reported. The video appears to be giving Kim Jong Un a choice on whether to continue the status quo between North Korea’s closed off existence and distant relations with other countries or to join the wave of prosperity the world outside of North Korea is experiencing.

“A new world can begin today, one of friendship, respect, and goodwill. Be part of that world, where the doors of opportunity are ready to be opened. Investment from around the world, where you can have medical breakthroughs, an abundance of resources, innovative technology, and new discoveries,” says a narrator in the video.

The video shows footage of Trump, Kim, North Koreans, Americans, and shows Kim crossing into South Korea for his historic meeting with President Moon Jae-in. The video seems to be encouraging Kim to stay that path and capitalize on the gains in openness he has already achieved.
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Police save dog from burning boat
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2018-06-12    59 views
Officer Travis Ruggles commandeered a boat to rescue this beautiful dog that was trapped on a boat burning in the San Rafael Yacht Harbor.
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Man reunites with baby he saved
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2018-06-12    48 views
A Colorado man reunites with the baby whose life he saved.

Doctors believe Justin Junior had heat stroke. He had a check-up on Monday (6/11) and is doing fine.

The last time province held this little boy, he was lifeless. Two families, strangers, brought together through an incredible act of kindness.

Navarrete says: “This is your guardian angel."

Vanessa Navarrete was on her way to Greeley Friday afternoon with her kids and mom in town when Justin Junior's eyes rolled back in his head. She pulled the car to a screeching halt.

Navarrete says: “I'm holding my baby and his mouth was so blue to where I didn't know, I don't know what to do at this point."

At that moment, Jon province was heading south on 85 to a carpet cleaning job. He saw the family, flipped a u-turn and ran to the mother.

Province says: “She just straight up handed me her child and said, 'He can't breathe. He can't breathe.'”

Province sprang into action. His former CPR training kicked in.

Province says: “C'mon give me a cry. Give me a cry. Let me hear you.”

But little junior was fading in and out. Then, suddenly, the moment they were desperately waiting for.

Province says: “We finally hear this big loud cry coming from inside the ambulance. After I heard that, I had chills and just pure relief."

Paramedics rushed junior to the hospital. But Jon's compassion doesn't end there. After his carpet cleaning job, he dropped off toys for Junior at the emergency room.

Province says: “I don't think I'm a hero. I mean, I'm just a good samaritan just trying to do what I can to help others."

Through this frantic time, a lifelong friendship has now formed.

Navarrete says: “It's like we are going to keep him in our family, no matter if he likes it or not. He's gonna be there."
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President Trump showed Kim Jong Un this Hollywood-style video to pitch him on peace
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2018-06-12    4 views
Just before President Donald Trump addressed the world’s media in Singapore after his meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, journalists were shown a video, first in Korean, then in English. When he walked out onto the stage, the U.S. president revealed it was a “tape” he showed the chairman prior to their meeting.

The four-minute video, produced by a small L.A.-based company called Destiny Pictures, opens on a shot of the Earth from space, followed by shots of cities around the world, with a movie trailer-worthy voiceover telling the viewer that “only a small number will leave a lasting legacy.”
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Quick-Thinking Officer Rescues Toddler Wandering Near Busy Highway
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2018-06-12    289 views
An Illinois police officer said he couldn’t believe it when he saw a toddler wandering into highway traffic while he was out on patrol several weeks ago.

WGN-TV reported that Naperville Police Sergeant Anthony Mannino said he believed it was an animal at first, but noted that it was actually a toddler. The toddler had snuck away from his mother.

Mannino used his police cruiser to block traffic on the road and grabbed the child.

No charges were filed against the mother, and police said that it was an accident.

Mannino received an award from the Naperville Police Department for his heroism.
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Trump, Kim Arrive at Summit Venue for Historic US-North Korea Meeting-EET
hilaryl
2018-06-12    5 views
SINGAPORE—North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump reached the venue of their historic summit in Singapore on Tuesday, after both sides sought to narrow differences over how to end a nuclear standoff.

While Trump was optimistic about prospects for the first-ever meeting of sitting U.S. and North Korean leaders, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo injected a note of caution, saying it remained to be seen if Kim was sincere about his willingness to denuclearize.

Officials of the two sides held last-minute talks to lay the groundwork for the summit of the old foes, an event almost unthinkable just months ago, when they were exchanging insults and threats that raised fears of war.

The summit was due to begin at 9 a.m.

Trump was the first to arrive at the Capella Hotel on Sentosa, a resort island off Singapore’s port with luxury hotels, a Universal Studios theme park and man-made beaches. island, a resort. Television images showed Kim’s motorcade arriving later.
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Trump, Kim Arrive at Summit Venue for Historic US-North Korea Meeting-NTD
hilaryl
2018-06-12    4 views
SINGAPORE—North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump reached the venue of their historic summit in Singapore on Tuesday, after both sides sought to narrow differences over how to end a nuclear standoff.

While Trump was optimistic about prospects for the first-ever meeting of sitting U.S. and North Korean leaders, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo injected a note of caution, saying it remained to be seen if Kim was sincere about his willingness to denuclearize.

Officials of the two sides held last-minute talks to lay the groundwork for the summit of the old foes, an event almost unthinkable just months ago, when they were exchanging insults and threats that raised fears of war.

The summit was due to begin at 9 a.m.

Trump was the first to arrive at the Capella Hotel on Sentosa, a resort island off Singapore’s port with luxury hotels, a Universal Studios theme park and man-made beaches. island, a resort. Television images showed Kim’s motorcade arriving later.
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Trump Arrives in Singapore to Meet With Kim Jong Un-teaser
hilaryl
2018-06-11    0 views
SINGAPORE—President Donald Trump touched down at Singapore’s Paya Lebar Air Base at 8:21 p.m. local time on Sunday, June 10.

The president is expected to meet Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on June 11, before the summit with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un on June 12.

“I’ll be on a mission of peace, and we will carry in, really—in my heart, we’re going to be carrying the hearts of millions of people, people from all over the world,” Trump said in an impromptu press briefing before leaving the G7 in Canada.

“We have to get denuclearization. We have to get something going. We really think that North Korea will be a tremendous place in a very short period of time. And we appreciate everything that’s going on. We appreciate the working together with North Korea.”

Kim arrived in Singapore several hours before Trump, landing at Singapore Changi Airport.
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Former Fleetwood Mac Guitarist Dies at 68
hilaryl
2018-06-10    334 views
Former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Danny Kirwan died in London at the age of 68 on June 8.

Kirwan appeared on five of the band’s albums. He released four solo albums in the 1970s.

Kirwan was among the members inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1998.
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Trump Arrives in Singapore to Meet With Kim Jong Un-teaser update
hilaryl
2018-06-10    0 views
SINGAPORE—President Donald Trump touched down at Singapore’s Paya Lebar Air Base at 8:21 p.m. local time on Sunday, June 10.

The president is expected to meet Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on June 11, before the summit with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un on June 12.

“I’ll be on a mission of peace, and we will carry in, really—in my heart, we’re going to be carrying the hearts of millions of people, people from all over the world,” Trump said in an impromptu press briefing before leaving the G7 in Canada.

“We have to get denuclearization. We have to get something going. We really think that North Korea will be a tremendous place in a very short period of time. And we appreciate everything that’s going on. We appreciate the working together with North Korea.”

Kim arrived in Singapore several hours before Trump, landing at Singapore Changi Airport.
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