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  • Philadelphia police search farm where missing 4 were found

    Philadelphia police search farm where missing 4 were found

    Philadelphia police say they have joined multiple law enforcement agencies on a search of the Pennsylvania farm where the bodies of four missing men were found last week. The fourth man was found on a remote part of the farm after DiNardo told police were to find him. Charged with homicide, DiNardo and Kratz are being held without bail.

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  • Celtic fans display 'paramilitary' banner during Linfield game

    Celtic fans display 'paramilitary' banner during Linfield game

    The club have been handed three charges by Uefa. Celtic cruised into the third qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League with a 4-0 victory over Linfield , earning it a 6-0 aggregate advantage and a clash with Norwegian champion Rosenborg - the home of Tom Rogic's worldwide team-mate Alex Gersbach.

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  • GOP Set To Release Budget With Tax Reform Reconciliation Instructions

    GOP Set To Release Budget With Tax Reform Reconciliation Instructions

    But while Trump proposed taking that $ 54 billion from domestic agencies and foreign aid, the GOP budget plan would restore most of the cuts, trimming non-defense agencies by just $5 billion. From there, the budget must be approved by the entirety of the House, and then the Senate. The current budget proposal is a somewhat more austere variation of the $4 trillion in cuts proposed by the Simpson-Bowles Commission convened by President Obama, or the $1.1 trillion sequestration cuts ...

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  • Baltimore police investigate after officer seen hiding drugs at scene

    Baltimore police investigate after officer seen hiding drugs at scene

    In the video , Pinheiro hides a baggie of what appears to be crack cocaine in a soup can at a trash-strewn lot. The officer then walks back to the street, before announcing that he is returning to check the alley. The State Attorney's Office dropped the case after the disclosure of the video. Reports have identified the officer wearing the body camera as Richard Pinheiro.

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  • Underground Hyperloop on way in NY and Washington DC

    Underground Hyperloop on way in NY and Washington DC

    Musk says the tunnels would stretch from " city center to city center " with a dozen or so " entrance/exit elevators in each city ". Musk has been working on the tech behind a hyperloop tunnel since December 2016, when he tweeted that traffic is "driving [him] nuts" and that he's going to "just start digging".

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  • Caitlyn Jenner Confronts Jimmy Kimmel Face-to-Face About Mocking Her Transition

    Caitlyn Jenner Confronts Jimmy Kimmel Face-to-Face About Mocking Her Transition

    The transgender activist and Olympic athlete formerly known as Bruce was speaking about her transition during an appearance with "Jimmy Kimmel Live" when the topic came up. "And I would like to see the United States be the best place in the world to do business". Jenner said she likes Trump's appointment of Justice Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court and approves of the president's efforts to lower regulations on business owners.

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  • White House Releases Its Plans for Remaking Nafta

    White House Releases Its Plans for Remaking Nafta

    At the top of Trump's list: "Improve the US trade balance and reduce the trade deficit with Nafta countries". It calls for more opportunities for American suppliers for government procurement overseas, such as construction projects, but in the next breath, it insists on preserving Buy American rules that limit such rights for foreigners.

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  • Warner Bros. Adds Two Mystery DC Films to Their Schedule

    Warner Bros. Adds Two Mystery DC Films to Their Schedule

    Not long ago, the studio released an updated film calendar after making a few date tweaks, and the schedule includes a couple of new DC Film premiere points. The Flash was meant to debut in 2018 along with Aquaman , but a series of crew shake-ups has all but guaranteed the film will be pushed back. If The Batman can't aim for 2019, it might end up with that other 2020 slot.

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  • Minneapolis man 'devastated' by police shooting of bride-to-be

    Minneapolis man 'devastated' by police shooting of bride-to-be

    A woman shot and killed by Minneapolis police had called 911 to report a possible crime near her home , a source who knew her said . Both Noor and his partner, whose name has not been released, have been placed on paid administrative leave , said Medaria Arradondo, Minneapolis' assistant police chief.

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  • Mourinho To Seal Third Signing In Next 48 Hours

    Mourinho To Seal Third Signing In Next 48 Hours

    United are closer to meeting that valuation, but Inter are unwilling to budge until it is met and have made that clear in negotiations. Perisic was hoping a deal would be push through in time to avoid having to fly with Inter from Milan to Nanjing on Tuesday for the start of the club's pre season tour of China and instead join United in the US.

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  • "Planet Of The Apes" Conquers North American Box Office

    According to Box Office Mojo , War for the Planet of the Apes has defeated Spider-Man: Homecoming at the box office , with the new release bringing in $56.5 million compared to Marvel and Sony's $45.2 million haul. Taking third place and dropping a reasonable 44% was the toon threequel Despicable Me 3 with an estimated $18.9M. Off 43%, the cartoon has scored $188.1 million after three weeks and is on course to finishing around the $225 million mark.

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  • Valverde Relieved to Have 'Unique' Messi at Barca

    Now I can enjoy the way he plays. Valverde was asked if he would be playing Messi in a more withdrawn role this season and added: " Messi will go on dictating the way we play". Even though PSG issued a hands-off warning to Barcelona regarding the potential transfer of Verratti , Los Cules want to wait until the chance to sign the Italy global arises.

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  • Full Brexit talks begin amid squabbling in London

    Full Brexit talks begin amid squabbling in London

    Britain is embarking on the first full round of Brexit negotiations, as the Cabinet remains in all-out war over the Government's negotiating strategy. Barnier has dismissed the British rights offer as falling short of the European Union demand that its three million citizens there keep all their existing rights for life and have recourse to the European Union courts to enforce those rights even after Britain has left.

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  • Ann Coulter May Actually Hate Delta Airlines More Than She Hates Liberals

    Ann Coulter May Actually Hate Delta Airlines More Than She Hates Liberals

    Coulter took her anger to a new level minutes later when she tweeted a picture of a female passenger who apparently got the seat on the New York-to-Florida flight. More importantly, we are disappointed that the customer has chosen to publicly attack our employees and other customers by posting derogatory and slanderous comments and photos in social media.

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  • Pakistan violates ceasefire yet again in J-K's Rajouri

    Pakistan violates ceasefire yet again in J-K's Rajouri

    India put out a strong warning to Pakistan, with its top military commander making it clear that the army "reserved the right to retaliate appropriately" to ceasefire violations . Noteworthy, till now, there have been over 240 cases of ceasefire violation by Pakistan along the Line of Control ( LoC ) this year. The Indian troops on Sunday targeted a Pakistan Army vehicle moving along the Neelum River at Athmuqm on LoC.

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  • Who is Sung Hyun Park?

    Who is Sung Hyun Park?

    Park hit a chip from over the green on the par-5 18th to save par and win the $900,000 top prize from the $5 million event. "It's nearly like I'm floating on a cloud in the sky", Park said. England's Charley Hull finished 11 strokes behind Park on level par, with Scotland's Catriona Matthew a further six shots back. "But I keep in mind to stick with how I usually play because it was part of my practice and I stuck with it and I did it".

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