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Longmont police officer helps 4-year-old girl search for monsters


At a community event with the Longmont Police Department earlier in the month, Sidney met officer David Bonday and asked for his help. "They searched the whole house, top to bottom", her mom said. "He loved her the first time he met her because she was wearing her police outfit", she said. While they didn't find any monsters, Fahrenbruch believes her daughter was given something more than just a monster-free existence. Read More »

Governor summons Pinarayi, asks him to tackle law-breakers


Meanwhile, the shutdown called by the BJP on Sunday in protest against the murder was nearly total with state-run and private buses keeping away from roads and shops and business establishments remaining closed. Kodiyeri Balakrishnan told reporters here that the CPI-M had no role in the RSS man's murder. Political violence is unacceptable in a democracy. Read More »

Cubs visit Brewers in rubber game


The Cubs have been held to two hits against off-speed maven Zach Davies. Lackey is 5-3 with a 3.49 ERA in 12 career starts against the Brewers. CARDINALS 3, DIAMONDBACKS 2: Lance Lynn threw six strong innings and Jose Martinez homered and drove in three runs as St. Read More »

Amit Shah to camp in UP from Jul 29


Though, BJP has described it a "courtesy call", the development has already surcharged the political atmosphere of the frontier state which is schedule to go for general elections in 2018. Accusations of bureaucrats riding roughshod over party workers was also worrying the Central leadership. Senior leader Avinash Tripathi said as per government records, crime in the state had registered a sharp increase of 44 per cent in the past four months of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) rule. Read More »

Why Everyone Reacted Inappropriately To Trump's Transgender Military Ban


Trump wrote that he had consulted with "my generals and military experts", but he did not mention Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, the retired Marine general who less than one month ago told the military service chiefs to spend another six months weighing the costs and benefits of allowing transgender individuals to enlist. Read More »

Somalia: Five dead in massive auto bomb blast in the capital


Somali security ministry spokesman Ahmed Mohamud said five civilians were killed and ten others were wounded in the auto bomb blast. Al-Shabab has become the deadliest Islamic extremist group in Africa. The blast near Waberi police station along the busy Maka Almukarramah road may have been a suicide bomber, police chief Mohamed Hussein said. The bomb went off in a traffic while soldiers were searching cars at a nearby intersection. Read More »

Police issue statement after Trump remark


The approval of a little extra violence drew applause from the officers gathered at the speech, but the Suffolk County Police Department as an organization (which recently had a police chief imprisoned for beating a suspect ) disavowed the remarks. Read More »

Gainesville police rejection of Donald Trump goes viral on Twitter


The former chief of the Suffolk County Police Department , James Burke, was sentenced to almost four years in prison last November for beating a handcuffed man in an interrogation room. The American Civil Liberties Union also condemned Trump's statement. But it didn't stop in NY. "As a police department, we are committed to helping people, not harming them". Read More »

USA says Russian demand for cuts to staff in Moscow 'uncalled for'


The bill gives Congress new powers to block Trump from easing sanctions against Moscow. The measure is aimed at penalizing the Kremlin for meddling in the 2016 United States presidential election and its annexation of Crimea. House and Senate committees and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are examining possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation. Germany and Austria in recent weeks criticized the planned penalties, saying they could affect European businesses ... Read More »

BJD accuses Jual Oram of election fund irregularities


He further said that Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik should first resign as irregularities have been traced during preliminary investigations pertaining to the poll expenses statement of BJD and Patnaik. The BJD has also said it will move the EC and court seeking action against Oram. Later, coming to the aid of his Cabinet colleague, Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas (PNG), Dharmendra Pradhan charged that Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Pattanaik was trying to mislead the people by ... Read More »

German cable auto collision leaves dozens stranded in mid-air


All of the 32 cars believed to have been in operation at the time came to a halt when the incident occurred. When the one auto collided with the pillar, the others were brought to a stop. Emergency services from the nearby towns of Aachen and Dusseldorf were also brought in to help with the rescue. The incident happened at about 3.30pm local time on Sunday, with no injuries reported so far. Read More »

Trump Wants Police Officers To Be MORE Violent To 'Thugs'!


And when a protester interrupted a Las Vegas rally, Trump said "guys like that" used to be 'carried out in a stretcher, ' adding: 'I'd like to punch him in the face, I tell ya'. After the speech, the SCPD posted on Twitter that it does "not tolerate roughing up of prisoners". He said, the police at times try to protect the heads of the suspects while guiding them into the vehicle. Read More »

U.S. within our range, says N Korea after missile test


China also criticized the US for raising tensions by stationing the THAAD missile defense system in South Korea. "Diplomacy remains the lead; however, we have a responsibility to our allies and our nation to showcase our unwavering commitment while planning for the worst-case scenario", O'Shaughnessy said. Read More »

Time for China to act on N. Korea


North Korean leader Kim Jong Un personally supervised the midnight test launch of the missile on Friday night and said it was a "stern warning" for the United States that it would not be safe from destruction if it tries to attack, the North's official KCNA news agency said. Read More »

Dog rescued two girls who were struck by lightning


The family's heroic dog ran back to the family to let them know something was wrong. Two girls , aged 8 and 16, had gone with their families camping in the mountainous forest area of Beaver County in Utah . 'We just happened to be in the right place at the right time , ' pilot Bret Hutchings told the Desert News. Deseret News reported that the eight-year-old is in critical condition and the 16-year-old is in serious, but stable condition. Read More »

4 arrested in Sydney raids to stop terrorist attack

The Foreign Office has updated its advice to say: "Following the arrest of four men in Sydney in a counter-terrorism operation on 29 July, there are enhanced security measures in place at all major Australian domestic and global airports". Read More »

Mike Pence in Estonia to ease Russian Federation concerns in Baltic


Pence visiting Estonia, Georgia and Montenegro to signal support and draw line under perceived aggression from Moscow . Russian president Vladimir Putin said Russia will expel 755 US diplomatic staff and could consider imposing additional measures against the United States as a response to the new sanctions. Read More »

Trump blasts Jeff Sessions for not firing the acting Federal Bureau of Investigation director


Mr Trump has expressed disappointment with Mr Sessions for recusing himself from the inquiry into alleged Russian Federation meddling in the USA election. "I want to make sure that the court would look at the dismissal as a check and balance of power ". "This effort to basically marginalize and humiliate the attorney general is not going over well in the Senate", Graham said. Read More »

Six people injured as vehicle ploughs into crowd in Los Angeles


It was unclear what caused the crash, but Los Angeles police said the driver remained at the scene and was cooperating with investigators. Authorities also said there is no terrorism connection to the crash. Three people were injured Sunday after a auto crashed into pedestrians in West Los Angeles . Police spokesman Josh Rubenstein said the crash appeared to be an accident. Read More »

Overwhelming vote for new sanctions on Russian Federation puts Trump in corner


Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced that Russia is expelling 755 USA diplomatic personnel in retaliation against new US sanctions proposed against Moscow , according to wire reports . The law now goes to President Donald Trump who had made an improvement in ties with Russian Federation a plank of his election campaign. The new package of sanctions aims to hit President Vladimir Putin and his inner circle by targeting alleged corrupt officials, human rights abusers and ... Read More »

Cops Back Away From Trump's Recommendation Of More Police Brutality


On an average, police kill 1,000 people in the US every year, 30% of them African-Americans. Trump made the comments at a gathering of law enforcement officers at Suffolk County Community College in NY. The words of encouragement received and audible applause by officers in the audience. After President Trump's speech, the Gainesville Police Department took to social media to reject what he said. Read More »

Anthony Scaramucci's Wife Deidre Ball Files For Divorce


It's a private matter. The friend added, "Anthony is focusing on his children, his work for the president and the American people". She said that the person who said that this was the reason behind the divorce is not privy to her filing for divorce. Read More »

Russian Federation to seize United States properties in retaliation over sanctions


Germany's foreign minister says his country won't accept new USA sanctions against Russian Federation being applied to European companies but is underlining Berlin's hopes of coordinating policy toward Moscow . Asked about a possible veto threat earlier in the week, Corker told reporters: "I don't think that's real". Veselnitskaya's talk about adoptions was, more precisely, about overturning the Magnitsky Act so that wealthy Russians could again visit the United States and enjoy their wealth. Read More »

USA says will work with allies after Russian Federation sanctions anger EU


Immediately after the United States ordered the expulsion of 35 Russian diplomats in December, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov recommended a tit-for-tat expulsion of 35 U.S. Russian Federation will force the U.S. diplomatic mission in the country to eliminate hundreds of people from its workforce by September 1, President Vladimir Putin told state TV in an interview that aired on Sunday. Read More »

US Diplomats Must Leave Russia: Putin

The sanctions targeting Moscow are punishment for meddling in the 2016 presidential election and for its military aggression. With that in mind, President Vladimir Putin announced that Russian Federation wouldn't retaliate after the December sanctions, preferring to wait until the Trump administration moved into the White House . Read More »

Russian official vows 'retaliation' for more sanctions

The Foreign Ministry said that the U.S. had until September 1 to bring the total number of diplomatic and technical personnel in Russian Federation to 455, the same number as it said Russian Federation has in the U.S. While Ryabkov refused to disclose any exact retaliation steps as it would be " unprofessional ", he assured that " different options are on the table and consideration is being given to all sorts of things both symmetrical or asymmetrical ". Read More »