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Cubs Set Rotation For NLDS Against Nationals


Oddsmakers at sports book have made the Nationals a -125 favorite to win on the moneyline. After so many seasons of being the bottom-dwellers of the NL, the Nationals have finally reached legitimacy. There are big bats on the bench in Ian Happ and Schwarber (if he doesn't start), but those players up the middle, those defensive stalwarts, need the big hits. Read More »

The NRA's strategic ploy on bump stocks


Twelve bump-fire stocks were found on firearms recovered from Stephen Paddock's hotel room, said Jill Snyder, the special agent in charge of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives' San Francisco field office. Fully automatic weapons like machine guns, which fire continuously with a single trigger pull, have been largely banned since 1986. "Within five hours of the shooting, he had written me a note sort of walking me through how you do it and how simple it is", Kaine said. Read More »

SIU Called After Hamilton Crash Kills London Girl


The auto crashed head-on with a transport truck at a curve in the road between Freelton Road and Concession 10, north of Hamilton just before 10 a.m. Thursday morning. Chloe said she has questions about what happened to her brother. "I just want everyone to know my brother would never do something like that ", she said. Read More »

List drawn up of Tory MPs calling on Theresa May to quit

But De Bois said: "The idea that we change the leader of the party because the Prime Minister had a coughing it, that we're all subject to". Shapps, who served as Conservative Party chairman, said he has a list of colleagues who want to choose a new leader of the party and prime minister, after May failed to win a majority in June's national election. Read More »

Boris Johnson urges Tories on WhatsApp: 'Get behind Theresa May'


Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson - who has been tipped as a potential successor to Mrs May - hit out at the plotters. But De Bois - who previously served as secretary of the 1922 Committee - said Shapps' attempts to unseat May were misguided, saying "most MPs thinking about their country will understand it would be a serious undermining of our position if we changed leader now whatever the shortcomings of Theresa May ". Read More »

Arizona Diamondbacks at Los Angeles Dodgers Game 2 score, TV channel

After all, he still left the game with an opportunity for the win. It's what happened after that where I think it got a little wobbly for (Walker). Lefty Rich Hill , who was 12-8 and a 3.32 ERA for 25 starts, will start for the Dodgers. He will be available, and is likely to enter the game at some point, either as a pinch hitter or subbing in for Rosales in the latter stages of Friday's affair. Read More »

United States embasssy in Saudi issues warning after attack reports


A security spokesman of the Ministry of the Interior said the attack happened at 3:15 pm local time when a person began shooting at the post from a auto. Last month, Saudi Arabia said that it had foiled a Daesh plot to carry out a suicide attack at the Defense Ministry in the capital, Riyadh . An AK-47 and thee Molotov cocktails were found on his person after the attack, al-Arabiya reported . Read More »

Trump Plays with Spanish Accent During Salute to Hispanic Heritage Month


You protect our communities and you defend our nation. Trump followed that line of thought on Friday, when reporters asked him about his cryptic remark at a White House event. President Donald Trump used an exaggerated Spanish accent during a speech marking Hispanic Heritage Month at the White House on Friday. The president then bid everyone a good night, without clarifying his comments. Read More »

White House fires back at top GOP senator's scorching criticism


Could be the calm, the calm before the storm ". Reporters asked if the storm was related to Iran or ISIS. Mr Trump would not say. Tensions have also escalated between the United States and North Korea . "As we have said many times before. we're never going to say in advance what the President's going to do, and as he said last night in addition to those comments you're going to have to wait and see", she said when asked by reporters if he was referring to military action. Read More »

Trump tweets 'only one thing will work' on North Korea


That's when Trump made a comment that alluded to nuclear war, by writing that only "one thing" will work with North Korea. North Korea has rapidly escalated its nuclear posturing over the summer. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders also declined to elaborate, saying Friday, "We're never going to say in advance what the president will do". Read More »

Large Internet-Beaming Balloons Might Be Headed To Puerto Rico


It's unclear to what extent Loon will cover Puerto Rico or parts of the Virgin Islands, or how many balloons the team plans to deploy. The cash shortage would lead to a government shutdown and would hinder Puerto Rico's efforts to aid its residents after Hurricane Maria ravaged the island. Read More »

Father of Las Vegas shooter started life of crime in Chicago


A wanted flier for Paddock shows that the warrant was issued on February 3, 1969 out of El Paso and that Paddock was charged with escape. Despite the escape, Paddock was paroled the following year and returned to Oregon. Paddock was involved in an armed robbery at a bank in San Francisco about six months after the escape. "He managed to escape detection by changing his appearance and avoiding contact with law enforcement agencies that might have resulted in fingerprinting", the paper ... Read More »

Tamil Nadu Government Hikes Price Of Movies Tickets By 25%


Following the increase in the price, cinema halls in the state will now be able to charge up to Rs 160 in multiplexes and Rs 140 in other cinema halls. Following the recommendations, the government made a decision to accept the recommendations of the high level committee regarding the revision of rates of admission to the cinema theaters in Tamil Nadu. Read More »

Minnesota man lived with bodies of mom, brother for year


They found his twin brother, Richard, in the basement where records show he was almost mummified. The house contained bodily fluids, the stench was unbearable, and the home was infested with maggots. When he returned, his mother was dead in her bed. - He sent out a Christmas card saying his mother and brother were still alive but were having health problems. Read More »

What would you do with a big Lottery win?


So far this year, United Kingdom winners have scooped five EuroMillions jackpots, with the biggest won by an anonymous ticket-holder, who banked £87 million. They weren't the only Irish player to win some money this evening, with another Irish victor scooping €27,911 in the Match 5 section of the draw. Andy Carter, the National Lottery's senior winners' adviser, urged all United Kingdom players to check their tickets quickly to see if they are among the winners. Read More »

Egyptian FA requested increasing home fans ahead of crucial Congo WC qualifier


Egypt's coach Hector Cuper has revealed he is ready to face Congo in a major decider despite increasing pressure from nationals for him to prove his worth . The next 24 hours will determine the fate of Egypt, which is praying for an easy qualification without having to beat Ghana, avoiding flashbacks of last-minute losses from the West African team. Read More »

Best GameDay signs: The stage is set for Mr. 300

CT on Saturday when the show broadcasts from TCU . The pick did not go smoothly. "You put a head on somebody else and it's not amusing". Patterson's squad is a much better football team this time around and they're at home . TCU is 5-0 in total in GameDay games. Friday's result leaves West Virginia undefeated against Oklahoma State in the history of the two teams' matchup on the pitch. Read More »

Balloons to provide Puerto Rico with telephone service


Alphabet has confirmed it plans to use solar-powered, high-altitude balloons to support the restoration of "limited communications capability" in the USA unincorporated territory. Tesla is now working on "the world's biggest" lithium ion battery to help with power supply in South Australia . Users below attach an antennae to their house, which can communicate with the "mesh network" of balloons above. Read More »

The right way to regulate bump stocks


Politico reported Thursday that bump stocks are banned at the firing range at NRA's headquarters. Bump stocks can be used to effectively convert semi-automatic rifles so that they fire so rapidly it simulates a fully automatic weapon. Read More »

Ivana Trump explores marriage to 'the Donald' in new book


Ivana Trump was married to the former reality show star for 15 years and says she knew her marriage was over soon after a day in December 1989 when she was approached by Maples. Writing about how she felt when she discovered her husband's affair with Maples, Ivana mentioned: "I can only shake my head at how it insane it was". Read More »

USA pro-gun group agrees to curb on gun device


There are all sorts of devices that have been invented to achieve full-auto speed, all with varying degrees of success, but falling well short of delivering reliable, sustained, accurate shots. Sheriff Judd and the NRA say bump stocks let people to bypass federal law, avoiding the expense and lengthy wait to buy a legal fully-automatic weapon. Read More »

14 killed as passenger bus collides with van in Balochistan's Mastung


The incident took place in the area of Dasht where a Bolan-bound minibus rammed into a passenger van. The injured have been shifted to Civil Hospital, Quetta for treatment, and the bodies are also being shifted to the hospital. Reckless driving, poor condition of roads and lack of knowledge about traffic laws lead to road accidents in Pakistan. Earlier on April 07, at least eight people died and about two dozen others injured when a passenger coach fell into a deep gorge in Quetta. Read More »

Trump taunts GOP with possible health care deal with Dems


However, Schumer appeared to put the brakes on any deal that would dismantle ObamaCare, former Democratic President Barack Obama's signature 2010 heath care law. Patty Murray that he says would stabilize the country's health care system and lower costs. People covered under the health law represent about half of those who purchase individual policies. Read More »

Turkey condemns terror attack in Pakistan


He said the bravery of police officials and security guards at the entrance of the shrine ensured that the suicide bomber could not harm the people who had amassed inside. This was the second deadly attack on a shrine in Pakistan in 2017. Balochistan Home Minister Sarfraz Bugti said he has received news of the blast and has instructed concerned authorities to respond immediately. Read More »

People injured in crash near London museum


We're following breaking news in London , where police say a auto has struck multiple pedestrians near the city's Natural History Museum. A man was seen shortly after being held to the ground by security guards. "A man (no further dets) has been detained at the scene". People near the scene said the road had been closed off by police. Enquiries to establish the circumstances and motive are underway. Read More »

Broadening Crackdown, Cambodia Moves to Disband Main Opposition Party


At the same time, he has been conducting a fierce campaign of harassment against the main opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party and other rivals and critics. "May the Cambodian compatriots unite in demanding justice for all Cambodians". "The prime minister always adds it every year, this is appropriate to what we tried to achieve", Pav Sina said, while adding that higher wages would not make Cambodia less competitive. Read More »