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Sinkhole swallows part of Florida home


They made plans to stay with relatives, she said. On Tuesday, the sinkhole was about 25 feet wide and 15 feet deep. "This is the only home I know". The Millers will stay with their daughter next door while they figure out their next step. Read More »

Time to 'Crush' the 'Loser Terrorists — Trump to UN


Trump had criticized Pakistan and warned it against providing safe havens to terror groups. Addressing the UN General Assembly, Ghani said US President Donald Trump's new Afghan strategy sent a signal to Taliban guerrillas that they can not win on the field and must negotiate peace. Read More »

China and Russian Federation begin naval drills near North Korea


Haley told CNN's Dane Bash she would be "perfectly happy" turning things over to U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis. Pyongyang's military has conducted three ballistic missile tests since US President Donald Trump told reporters the country would be met with "fire and fury and, frankly, power, the likes of which the world has never seen before" if it kept up threats to the US and its allies. Read More »

Former Bears cornerback training to become Federal Bureau of Investigation agent


According to the FBI's website , special agent training lasts roughly 20 weeks, and prospective agents receive over 800 hours of coursework in "academics, case exercises, firearms training and operational skills". Former Bears and Panthers cornerback Charles Tillman is taking on an unexpected post-NFL career. Tillman was very active in supporting the USA military during his playing days and remains so today. Read More »

US Pres. Trump Believes Peace Can Happen Between Israel, Palestinian Authority

Zarif said Trump's speech demonstrated the ignorance and populist behaviour of the US President regarding foreign policy, the country's official news agency IRNA reported . A packed room of global diplomats listened as the president peddled his "America First" agenda, pushed for United Nations reform and issued another stern warning to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, who Trump called a " rocket man [on] a suicide mission ". Read More »

Tropical Storm Cancelled For Monmouth County


Storm will remain off the coast but its wind and rain will be felt in New Jersey & Delaware. Because of this, tropical storm warnings are in effect along the Rhode Island and MA coastlines. Wave-prediction models show there could be three- to four-metre waves in the vicinity of the southwest coast late Tuesday into Wednesday. "We don't expect any [coastal flooding or damage] at this point", said Jim Murtha, acting program manager for the Canadian Hurricane Centre . Read More »

Graphic video shows Drake's friend Anthony Soares being shot at close range


And now police hunting down the two men who gunned Soares down at 3am outside the foyer of an apartment building in Toronto, Canada, have asked Drake to help them in their murder investigation. In one video, the men are seen shooting at the victim. The second video released by police shows the getaway vehicle pulling up and speeding away after the attack. Read More »

Mattis hints at U.S. military options for North Korea


But I will not go into details", Mattis told reporters at the Pentagon. He also said diplomacy and sanctions are working in pressuring Pyongyang. President Trump has repeatedly refused to rule out a military strike on North Korea's nuclear facilities. "Developments in the [Korean] peninsula nuclear issue up to this point prove that, no matter whether it is military threats in words or in action, they can not promote and advance a resolution", Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman, Lu ... Read More »

Unemployment keeps going up in county


Yolo County was 5.2 percent, the EDD reported. In Mahoning County, the jobless rate was 6.6 percent, up from 6 percent. So any change in the unemployment rate within that range could be explained by a statistical inaccuracy. Most Indiana counties report unemployment rates below 5 percent, except for seven counties scattered across northwest, western and eastern Indiana. Read More »

Saudi ACWA Power: Dubai Solar Complex Construction to Start in 2018


The project will feature a 260-meter (850-foot) tower receiving focused sunlight, the world's tallest such tower. The utility has revealed that the bid placed by the consortium of Saudi Arabia's ACWA Power and China-based Shanghai Electric was the lowest levelised cost of electricity (LCOE) at 7.3 cents per kilowatt hour (kW/h). Read More »

No relief to Pintos in Pradhuman murder case


According to reports from NDTV , their request for anticipatory bail has not been accepted. Notably, another judge, AB Chaudhari has quit the case due to his personal connection with the Pintos, which he feels might hinder a fair trial. The trustees of Ryan International Schools- Augustine Francis Pinto, his wife Grace and their son Ryan had on Saturday moved the High Court, seeking anticipatory bail in the matter. Read More »

Florida woman makes 'sexy' plea to get power back after Hurricane Irma

And some are in need of having the electricity back on more than others. She was on the organ donor list for 100 days when before receiving her organ transplantation from a 15-year-old boy. And she's already been out helping her neighbors clean up. She's just happy not to have to crash on any more couches. On Sunday, she made the sign lightheartedly but hoped that it would work. Read More »

Melania Trump threatens lawsuit over English class billboard


Through the billboards, that had images of Melania standing before the American flag delivering a speech , the school tried to persuade Croats by reminding them of the Slovenian-born U.S. If the goal was to attract global publicity on a shoestring budget, there are few examples in marketing history which have had such a viral effect. Read More »

Hughie Fury not worrying about the judges


Hennessy Sports confirmed earlier this month that the heavyweight title fight would be shown exclusively on pay-per-view. THE shock scorecard that had Canelo Alvarez winning the Gennady Golovkin fight and thus holding the middleweight champion to a controversial draw has thrown officiating in judging into the spotlight. Read More »

Nisar urges govt to set up fund for Rohingya Muslims


The prime minister and the Iranian president also expressed deep concern over the atrocities being committed against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar and urged the global community to take urgent measures to alleviate the suffering of the persecuted people. Read More »

Tropical Storm Watch in effect as Jose moves north

Storm preparations were underway around the Vineyard Tuesday as the Island braced for hurricane Jose to pass offshore. The storm is expected to have an impact similar to that of a winter nor'easter, according to forecasters. So, a large area in southern New England will likely feel gusts to 40mph (most of Eastern MA) Tuesday night and Wednesday . This will contribute to life-threatening rip currents in some locations. Read More »

Parents Not Playing Safe With Car Seats


Missouri law requires children under the age of 8 to be in a booster or vehicle seat unless they are 80 pounds or 4 feet 9 inches tall. "The State has provided us a number of seats to help people that were either affected by the hurricane and had seats damaged or just didn't have a auto seat", said Karen Beard, Injury Prevention Training Coordinator. Read More »

H-1B visa processing resumes


This move Donald Trump is also indirectly to control the foreign tech workers entering into the USA, thereby minimizing the employment opportunities of local techies. Over the past nine months, the grant of H-1B category visas for Indians increased by six per cent, the official said, adding that 70 per cent of the total visas issued under the scheme went to Indians. Read More »

Five-year ban for Pakistan batsman Latif


Latif pleaded not guilty, but an Anti-Corruption Tribunal on Wednesday found the 31-year-old guilty of all charges. He received a six-month ban with six months suspension and was also fined PKR 1 Million. The duo was earlier provisionally suspended by the PCB under its Anti-Corruption Code, as part of their ongoing investigation into an global syndicate which was believed to corrupt the second edition of the PSL. Read More »

Asylum Seekers To Be Sent To The US


He says the processing of other individuals continues and further decisions by U.S. authorities are expected in due course. The refugees are the first of 1,250 asylum seekers that are being resettled in the United States under a deal struck between Canberra and Washington in the final weeks of President Barack Obama's administration. Read More »

Some Rohingyas are linked to Pakistan terror groups: Centre to SC


The top court is hearing a plea filed by two Rohingya immigrants, Mohammad Salimullah and Mohammad Shaqir, who are registered as refugees under the United Nations High Commission of Refugees (UNHCR). It said, "As far as Rohingyas are concerned they claimed to have entered from Myanmar using porous border between India and Myanmar". The lawyer representing the Rohingya said the decision was discriminatory. Read More »

Iran's top leader warns against USA breach of nuke deal

Iran denounced U.S. President Donald Trump's United Nations remarks as " shameless and ignorant " and said his speech on Tuesday showed his lack of knowledge about Tehran's fight against terrorism, the semi-official Fars news agency reported . Read More »

Full Account Of What Trump And Netanyahu Talked About In New York

The statement also urged the other parties to the agreement - Britain, China, Russia, France and Germany - to protect the deal in the event the United States backs out and to make clear in public and private that the United States would hurt its worldwide standing if it were to reimpose nuclear-related sanctions on Iran. Read More »

Japan heads toward October 22 snap election as Abe takes chance


At an executive meeting of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, Secretary General Toshihiro Nikai said he was told by Abe that the prime minister is considering dissolving the lower house at an early date and that he will decide on the timing after he returns from the U.N. Read More »

Russian Diplomat Claims Tillerson, Lavrov Meeting is a 'Positive Sign'


Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said the meeting covered the crisis in Syria, the conflict in eastern Ukraine, and "Middle East" issues. Her comments, ahead of the annual UN General Assembly, indicate that Washington will not back down from its military option, especially as the regime conducted yet another ballistic missile test on Friday. Read More »