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Officer down in Adams County after shooting


The sheriff's office described the situation in another tweet as a "large unsafe scene with active searches in progress". Authorities say there are multiple searches going on, but there is no official word yet on suspects. According to a nearby Walmart employee who spoke with Denver7, customers inside the store got out and a few employees remained inside as police worked to search for the suspect. Read More »

Mayfield's arrival at Senior Bowl delayed


But like the Seattle Seahawks star, he's great at operating outside the structure of the play design. They get overlooked by the major universities, and they end up at the mid-majors or at the FCS or lower and then they emerge over the course of their college careers. Read More »

Michigan State President Simon resigns in wake of scandal


Rachael Denhollander, the first of Larry Nassar's victims to publicly accuse him of sexual abuse, received a standing ovation in Judge Rosemarie Aquilina's courtroom on Wednesday, an acknowledgement of her bravery and sacrifice, which led to an avalanche of women coming forward to also accuse Nassar of abusing them. Read More »

Congress votes to end US shutdown, Trump signs bill


Trump's signature Monday evening now enables the government to reopen for business. "I'm confident we can get 60 votes on a DACA bill", Schumer said , explaining his "yes" vote, referring to Republican promises of an imminent debate on the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program . Read More »

Trump open to path to citizenship for 'Dreamers'


The White House plans on Monday to unveil a framework for immigration legislation that it believes can pass muster with both parties. The president's remarks amounted to a preview of that framework. The White House says Mr. Schumer agreed to authorize, but not allocate, $25 billion for the wall in exchange for a full legalization. "It's a little bit scary, but at the same time you have that little bit of hope in you because all of us Dreamers know what it was like before we had DACA", ... Read More »

Hawkeyes start hot, stay hot in blowout of Wisconsin


After the game Happ talk with family and friends, he also talked with Matt Randazzo about playing in Iowa City and against his good friend Nicholas Baer. Iowa started out the second half on a 13-4 run, highlighted by a handsome alley-oop from Moss to Cook. From there, Iowa maintained a comfortable lead, answering most of Wisconsin's scoring. Read More »

UC Board of Regents postpones vote on tuition increase to May


A student's tuition would go up from $12,630 now to $12,972 for the 2018-2019 academic year. Student regent Paul Monge said Wednesday that students have not seen much evidence that last year's tuition hike resulted in any easing of classroom crowding and increasing access to mental health services. Read More »

Norfolk Southern profit, revenue beat expectations


The stock increased 0.74% or $0.35 during the last trading session, reaching $47.77. This repurchase authorization allows the railroad operator to repurchase shares of its stock through open market purchases. Its down 0.04, from 0.87 in 2017Q2. Of those transactions, there were 26,484 shares of NSC bought and 143,018 shares sold. Several institutional investors and hedge funds have recently made changes to their positions in NSC. Read More »

WH Can't Say Whether Trump Asked Acting FBI Director About His Vote


Trump also allegedly spoke out against the political donations McCabe's wife received in the past, and McCabe reportedly characterized the exchange to others as "disturbing". McDaniel, however, seemed to think the question wasn't concerning. "I think it's just a conversation", Ronna Romney McDaniel told CNN's "New Day ". Read More »

Some GOP-counties in OR backed Medicaid-funding measure


But state lawmakers have struggled to come with a long-term funding plan. The ballot measure's passage keeps intact a $550 million revenue package passed by the Oregon Legislature past year to fund the Oregon Health Plan - the government-funded health insurance system for low-income residents - through mid-2019. Read More »

Sohrabuddin fake encounter case trial


In December 2017, a group of journalist moved the Bombay High Court against an order by the CBI court, which restrained the media from reporting the trial. In reporting from an open trial, the press not only makes use of its own right, but serves the larger goal of making such information available to the general public. Read More »

Save The Children Suspends Work In Afghanistan Following Deadly Attack

Some witnesses said the gunmen appeared to have been wearing police uniforms, a common tactic, but there was no immediate official confirmation. Save the Children suspended operations across Afghanistan yesterday as Islamic State militants terrorised staff trapped inside one of its offices in a deadly hours-long attack, the latest assault on a foreign charity. Read More »

Melania Trump will not go to Davos


The founder of the World Economic Forum says he hopes President Donald Trump's planned visit to Davos this week will "provide him even better with a global perspective", and says critics of the US leader should hear him out. Anyone who wants to do trade with us reciprocal basis is free to do it. But Mnuchin dismissed any concerns that the president may get a cool reception. Read More »

High-speed pursuit ends in head-on crash in Arizona


The chase ended in Tempe, Arizona when Tabel's auto slammed into another vehicle head-on and, as seen on helicopter video obtained by CNN, was shrouded in a cloud of smoke. Police took him into custody. The suspect drove at a high speed down the road for a short distance before hitting another auto head on and then appearing to flip over a few times. Read More »

Video of Park Police shooting on Fort Hunt Road released


Ghaisar, the unarmed man shot repeatedly by U.S. Park Police in November following a hit-and-run accident, was just as senseless and unjustifiable as published reports had suggested. FCPD Chief Edwin Roessler chose to make the video public after handing it over last month to FBI investigators who are looking into Ghaisar's killing. Read More »

BJD Suspends Baijayant Panda from Primary Membership of Party


Panda had been in the news for his newspaper articles and a series of comments on social media after Patnaik had requested senior BJD leaders not to go to social media or media on party matters. Previously, he had served in the indirectly elected Rajya Sabha , from 2000 to 2009. Panda was in the eye of a storm after he attacked bureaucrats in the Chief Minister's Office for "interfering" in BJD politics. Read More »

Japan books 3.25 bln Dollars goods trade surplus in December


Imports rose 14.9 percent in December, versus the median estimate for a 12.3 percent annual increase. Kuwait's trade surplus with Japan almost doubled to JPY 55.0 billion (USD 501 million) from a year earlier in December, as exports remained strong, Japanese Finance Ministry said Wednesday. Read More »

Summit Midstream Partners, LP (SMLP) Analysts See $0.16 EPS

It has underperformed by 2.47% the S&P500. Williams Companies, Inc. (The) has increased its dividend for 4 consecutive years. Oppenheimer Asset Management Inc. It also upped Ishares Msci Germany Etf (EWG) stake by 14,805 shares and now owns 367,503 shares. Counselors Inc has invested 0.02% in Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P. Read More »

Ram Charan Rangasthalam Teaser Released Today - Big Day For Mega Fans


Because of his disability, he is fondly called as "sound engineer" by the villagers. As promised the makers of the movie released the much awaited teaser of the film today on January 24. Ram Charan has not had the best of luck in the films unlike his father and other than Magadheera he has not done a memorable film. Bankrolled by Mythri Movie Makers, the film has been majorly shot across Godavari belt. Read More »

Indonesian troops show off snake-handling skills for Mattis


Pounding drums provided the soundtrack to a fierce martial arts exhibition in which the special forces commandos obliterated flaming wooden and brick obstacles with their fists, feet and foreheads. "As you see, the dogs beat the terrorist", a satisfied military official said following the show at Indonesia's army headquarters to round of the USA defence secretary's visit. Read More »

Australian Open 2018: Elise Mertens to face Caroline Wozniacki in semi-finals


Mertens, who was homeschooled, took to tennis after watching the four-time major victor play. "Justine, her backhand was's one-handed but still a great shot", Mertens said. "It's good that we played her (Caroline)". "I played a qualifier first round, so I was expected to win". "I was really paying attention to these first couple of games [in the final set] and trying to keep my intensity up". Read More »

Schumer withdraws offer for border wall


The Senate vote came as most government offices cut back drastically or even closed on Monday, as the major effects of the shutdown were first being felt with the beginning of the working week. The bill failed to advance after 45 Senate Democrats and five Senate Republicans voted against it on Friday. Lindsey Graham and Jeff Flake - Senate Democrats would agree to re-open the government and fund agencies until February 8. Read More »

DA seeks to bar parents from contacting 13 kids kept captive


The charges against each defendant include 12 counts of torture and 12 counts of false imprisonment, seven counts of abuse of a dependent adult and six counts of child abuse . He said a 29-year-old female victim weighed 37kg. The Turpins, who are each being held on a $12 million bail, are due back in court Wednesday afternoon. Read More »

Wheeler: DOJ threat to sanctuary cities 'insulting' and 'dangerous'


Introducing friendly mayors, he couldn't find New Haven, Conn. Mayor Toni Harp in the crowd. "One thing we never do is invite people into a comfortable space, and then go outside and throw a bomb", Landrieu said . pulled out of a White House meeting with President Trump. "On the very day where in principle they were telling us they wanted to have an honest dialogue, this proves there was no intention to have an honest dialogue", de Blasio said. Read More »

Mike Flynn Concealed FBI Interview from White House Officials

Two unidentified people familiar with the matter told NBC News that Trump was not aware Flynn had talked to investigators until two days after the meeting took place. McGahn that had lied to Vice President Mike Pence about conversations with Russia's ambassador, Sergey Kislyak, and feared he could be blackmailed. Read More »

Indian-origin ISIS terrorist designated 'global terrorist' by US


This action notifies the United States public and the worldwide community that Dhar and Gaini have committed or pose a significant risk of committing acts of terrorism. Dhar who was British Hindu converted to Islam with new identity Abu Rumaysah. A few weeks after he vanished he posted a photo from Syria with a rifle and his newborn fourth child. Read More »

Drought-Stricken Cape Town Braces For Water To Run Out In April


Local authorities have warned four million people that if they do not reduce consumption by " day zero " - 12 April - they will have to queue at 200 standpipes for daily rations of 25 litres (6.6 U.S. "What the premier and Mmusi Maimane are trying to do is to shield the province and their organisation from accountability on the water crisis by shifting blame on the issue to national government without acknowledgment of the interventions implemented thus far in support of the province by the ... Read More »

Local solar company reacts to proposed tariffs

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer announced safeguard measures on imports of large residential washing machines and solar cells the previous day, saying that the U.S. However, Mr Rajiv Biswas, Asia Pacific chief economist of IHS Markit, thought China may apply some "symbolic countermeasures" for important U.S. exports to China, such as agricultural products. Read More »

Evangelical leader says Trump deserves 'mulligan' for Stormy Daniels affair


Full 2 pm hour. "And yes, evangelical conservatives gave him a mulligan ", he continued. The Wall Street Journal contends that the money was given to Daniels to ensure she would remain silent during Trump's 2016 presidential campaign about an alleged sexual affair she had with Trump a decade earlier, shortly after Trump's wife Melania gave birth to the couple's son. Read More »

Padmavat Protest: Karni Sena Workers Attack School Bus in Gurugram


But a greater surprise was instore when the 6 member panel asked for security from the government to protect themselves from the Karni Sena attack while watching the movie. In Rajasthan, the protesters blocked the Delhi-Jaipur highway. A source close to the film's makers had the following comments: "The Rajput Karni Sena is adamant that it won't allow the film to release". Read More »

Out of character, Trump keeps out of sight as shutdown ends


But in reality, it was the Dreamer shutdown. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell , R-Ky., vowed on the Senate floor late Saturday to take up a new spending plan by Monday morning, if not sooner, that would keep government open through February 8 but would not contain a solution for "dreamers", young immigrants brought to the USA illegally as children. Read More »

Female journalists protest separation at Western Wall for Pence visit


According to The Washington Post , the holy site is now controlled by the ultra-orthodox Jewish Western Wall Heritage Foundation, which enforces rules that men and women pray on separate sides of a barrier. Tal Schneider, a diplomatic and political correspondent for Israel's Hebrew-language Globes newspaper, tweeted a photo of her view, writing that female journalists "deserve the first row, not the 'women at the back of the bus'". Read More »

Trump, White House to unveil DACA, immigration plan, says 'Dreamers' shouldn't worry


But for a lot of Republicans - especially in the House - any pathway to possible citizenship is a non-starter, as many GOP lawmakers say will not accept anything that looks like "amnesty". The president slammed Sen. Senate Democrats also have charged that Mr. Trump is not a reliable negotiating partner. Marc Short, the president's director of legislative affairs, said the president's trust in negotiation with the top Senate Democrats appeared to be "deteriorating". Read More »