• Edgewood, Maryland shooting suspect Radee Labeeb Prince linked to Wilmington shooting: cops
Edgewood, Maryland shooting suspect Radee Labeeb Prince linked to Wilmington shooting: cops

A gunman stormed a suburban Maryland business park today and shot five people, three of them fatally, before escaping, police officers said. Three people are dead and two are injured after a reported workplace shooting at an industrial park northeast of Baltimore, officials say.

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  • Children, 5 and 7, stabbed to death in Colorado Springs
Children, 5 and 7, stabbed to death in Colorado Springs

Police were called to the 3300 block of Queen Anne Way, just southwest of N. Academy Boulevard and Austin Bluffs Parkway around 10:20 p.m. Tuesday. In Colorado, investigators are interviewing people who were in the house at the time of the stabbings and talking to neighbors and other family members to find out more about the family, Black said.

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  • Bodies of two missing hikers found in Joshua Tree National Park
Bodies of two missing hikers found in Joshua Tree National Park

Sunday in a remote region of Joshua Tree National Park. "I feel that we have closure", he said. The bodies have yet to be formally identified, she said. Maybe I hope he'll answer". "ID's will be pending autopsies", San Bernardino County Sheriff's wrote on Twitter . The couple disappeared while hiking in the area on July, sparking massive searc...

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  • Google's Alphabet looks to revolutionize Toronto
Google's Alphabet looks to revolutionize Toronto

Alphabet says its Sidewalk Labs unit will design a city district in Toronto as the research group pushes urban design it says can make cities less congested and more affordable. 800 acres of Toronto's underdeveloped waterfront (The Quayside area) will soon become home to Google's Canadian headquarters. The project also seeks to be a place th...

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  • At least 6 killed, 10 injured in Quetta blast
At least 6 killed, 10 injured in Quetta blast

Security sources said a roadside bomb exploded just as the police vehicle carrying 35 police personnel passed the Sariab Mill area on the Quetta-Sibbi Road. The truck was carrying police recruits, five of whom were killed, along with two passers-by on the city's eastern outskirts, Quetta Police Chief Abdur Razzaq Cheema said.

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  • 'How many Jews were killed in the Holocaust?'
'How many Jews were killed in the Holocaust?'

He lasted just 10 days in his White House job during which he went on a foul-mouthed rant to a journalist which was made public. He addressed the Oxford Union on Monday night, calling President Donald Trump a "political genius" and insisting that 'he's definitely not a sociopath'.

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  • Trump Draws National Outrage After Claiming Obama Never Called Gold Star Families
Trump Draws National Outrage After Claiming Obama Never Called Gold Star Families

He said it's possible that President Barack Obama "did sometimes" but "other presidents did not call". "They've been sent, or they're going out tonight, but they were written during the weekend", Trump said. "All I can do is ask my generals". From our perusal of news reports and news databases, we could not find any contemporaneous evidenc...

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  • Pakistan cricketers party ahead of Sri Lankan encounter
Pakistan cricketers party ahead of Sri Lankan encounter

Sri Lanka's supporting, meanwhile, has agreed to travel to Lahore as well. SLC also indicated that their president Thilanga Sumathipala will accompany the players with the Pakistan board and government confirming they will be given the same security measures given to the World XI players, who toured the country successfully for a three match...

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  • Nuclear War Likely on the Korean Peninsula: North Korea
Nuclear War Likely on the Korean Peninsula: North Korea

On Saturday he also singled out North Korea's development of deliverable nuclear weapons as "the most significant geopolitical risk" to otherwise steady growth in the global economy. Earlier this year, Kim Jong-un, the Supreme leader of North Korea stated that the country has evolved itself as a fully fledged nuclear power, with atom bombs, hyd...

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  • Zuma's statue: Fani Kayode rips Rochas Okorocha apart
Zuma's statue: Fani Kayode rips Rochas Okorocha apart

Suraj. Lanre Suraj, CSNAC's Chairman, said in a statement on Sunday the honour bestowed on Mr. Zuma would embolden the president to tell his people he is celebrated overseas. Your love for education to us is the connection between you and government and the people of Imo State. Nigerians had taken to Twitter to vent their anger on Governor Roc...

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  • Supreme Court will decide on Microsoft, DOJ fight over worldwide emails
Supreme Court will decide on Microsoft, DOJ fight over worldwide emails

The Supreme Court disclosed in its order list released on Monday that it will take up the case, US v. Microsoft , in which federal investigators sought data from Microsoft that was stored on servers in Ireland. It contradicts the basic premise that before a US statute reaches across another country's borders, it should be clear that's what Congres...

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  • Ex-hostages back in Canada after harrowing raid to free them
Ex-hostages back in Canada after harrowing raid to free them

Over the weekend however, Boyle accused his captors of having killed their infant daughter and of raping his wife. "And the stupidity and evil of the subsequent rape of my wife, not as the lone action of one guard, but assisted by the captain of the guards and the commandant".

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  • Hertha Berlin cheered for taking a knee before Bundesliga match
Hertha Berlin cheered for taking a knee before Bundesliga match

The starting lineup of Hertha Berlin dropped to one knee before a match against Schalke on Saturday to show solidarity with the recent National Football League protests . Hertha Berlin captain Per Skjelbred said "they wanted to make a stand against racism" while the club also posted a tweet on its Twitter feed to explain its' actions.

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  • Hamas, Fatah sign deal on Palestinian reconciliation
Hamas, Fatah sign deal on Palestinian reconciliation

It was signed in Cairo by new Hamas deputy leader Salah al-Aruri and Azzam al-Ahmad, the head of the Fatah delegation for the talks. According to the newspaper, Hamas sources confirmed that the deal includes an "implicit understanding" to end confrontation in both the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.

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  • Himachal Pradesh assembly election on November 9, counting on December 18
Himachal Pradesh assembly election on November 9, counting on December 18

BJP insiders say in Modi's absence there's no effective state leadership left; so, BJP relying on outsiders this time By all reckoning the upcoming Gujarat Assembly election , the dates for which are yet to be announced, is turning out to be Prime Minister Narendra Modi's toughest election ever.

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  • Arsene Wenger lavishes praise on Alexis Sanchez
Arsene Wenger lavishes praise on Alexis Sanchez

After Etienne Capoue hit the post, the game appeared set to finish all-square until Tom Cleverley popped up with an injury-time victor to complete the recovery mission and send Watford above Arsenal and up to fourth. We have to have more confidence about our game. Both Aaron Ramsey and Sanchez were left out completely due to fatigue, with...

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  • Truck Bomb Kills at Least 20 in Somalia's Capital
Truck Bomb Kills at Least 20 in Somalia's Capital

Police expect the death toll to rise and said dozens of people were hurt. 'It was a auto bomb. Capt. Mohamed Hussein says the blast occurred Saturday as security forces were trailing the truck that had raised suspicions. Gunshots could be heard near the hotel in Mogadishu's Hodan district that appeared to be the main target of the initial deton...

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  • Retired Security Officer Claims $24.1 Million New York Lotto Jackpot
Retired Security Officer Claims $24.1 Million New York Lotto Jackpot

The 68-year-old Jimmie Smith had exhausted his luck in lottery about half a century. On Wednesday, the New York Lottery confirmed he was the victor after a review. The story becomes even more incredible, as the first-ever lottery has had a collection fee, which lasted two days after its discovery by the 68-year-old man.

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  • Top LeT commander among two terrorist killed in Pulwama encounter
Top LeT commander among two terrorist killed in Pulwama encounter

Lashkar's district commander for Shopian, Waseem Shah, was killed along with an associate Nasir Ahmad Mir at Litter village of Pulwama in a gun fight. Immediately after the news about the killings of the LeT militants spread in the area, announcements were made through mosque public address systems asking people to come out and stage protests.

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  • Trump to Quit UNESCO Over anti-Israeli Bias, Report Says
Trump to Quit UNESCO Over anti-Israeli Bias, Report Says

The U.S. Department of State announced in a Thursday statement that the U.S. had withdrawn from UNESCO and seek to establish a "permanent observer mission to UNESCO ". "I'm here to underscore the ironclad support of the United States for Israel", Haley said in February . France is looking for more than just USA support for Azoulay: It also w...

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  • Hamas and Fatah compromise
Hamas and Fatah compromise

Hamas must disarm and recognise Israel under a Palestinian unity deal announced on Thursday with its rival Fatah aimed at ending their decade-long split, an Israeli government official said. A small number of people, mainly medical patients, business people and aid workers, use the Erez crossing to enter Israel, usually bound for the West Bank.

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  • Talks to overhaul Nafta at risk of failure
Talks to overhaul Nafta at risk of failure

In lieu of an agreement, Trump said that he could envision the United States pursuing separate deals with Mexico and Canada, a move that would be a nonstarter with business groups and among lawmakers on Capitol Hill. The original free trade agreement signed between the United States and Canada in 1988 did not include Mexico. Job losses could be...

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  • NYPD Now Officially Investigating Harvey Weinstein
NYPD Now Officially Investigating Harvey Weinstein

Last week, the The New York Times published an exposeé on Weinstein which included allegations of sexual harassment from multiple women, including actress Ashley Judd. "We women knew men were gross since our sixth grade gym teacher said "good job" at the end of class and rubbed our shoulders that were somehow on the front of our bodies", she expl...

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  • Jeremy Corbyn: UK jihadist Sally-Anne Jones should have faced trial
Jeremy Corbyn: UK jihadist Sally-Anne Jones should have faced trial

Jones left Kent in the United Kingdom, along with her son, to join Isis in 2013. British Islamic State recruiter Sally Jones , the so-called " White Widow ", has reportedly been killed by a drone strike in Syria. The London-born mother of two, the former singer in a punk band, converted to Islam in 2013 while living in the southern county of...

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  • Tropical Storm Ophelia not a hurricane yet; no threat to the US
Tropical Storm Ophelia not a hurricane yet; no threat to the US

Ophelia is set to brush past the Azores, the archipelago off the coast of Portugal. Tropical Storm Ophelia has strengthened a little far out in the eastern Atlantic, still forecast to become a hurricane later in the week. That's a bit of an unusual track for Atlantic storms. Forecast: Azores Brush, Then Irish Blast? Center officials sai...

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  • Iran's Velayati: US angry at IRGC over effectual war against ISIS
Iran's Velayati: US angry at IRGC over effectual war against ISIS

US President Donald Trump is expected on October 15 to "decertify" a landmark 2015 worldwide deal about Iran's nuclear program, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). France voiced concern on Tuesday that designating the Revolutionary Guards a terrorist group could exacerbate tensions in the region. "Americans would isolate them...

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  • Amid Corker Feud, Trump Dismisses Senator's WWIII Warning
Amid Corker Feud, Trump Dismisses Senator's WWIII Warning

Bob Corker is apparently still on, based on the new nickname the president bestowed upon Corker Tuesday morning. The tension in the White House has become so fraught that some officials are anxious Trump may force his Cabinet to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove him from office , according to Vanity Fair .

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  • North Korea hackers stole South Korea-US war plans: Lawmaker
North Korea hackers stole South Korea-US war plans: Lawmaker

It was part of a "regular deployment training" aimed at enhancing the capability of implementing the "extended deterrence" against the North, the JCS said. Hackers linked to North Korea reportedly targeted US electric power companies, according to a leading cybersecurity firm. Kim is the third generation of his family to rule North Korea.

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  • First Mother? Ivana Trump raises the possibility of her daughter Ivanka's presidency
First Mother? Ivana Trump raises the possibility of her daughter Ivanka's presidency

As she told Amy Robach of Good Morning America , "He was a loving father, don't get me wrong, and he was a good provider, but he was not the father which would take a stroll and go to the Central Park or go play to baseball with them or something".

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  • President Trump: DACA deal must include border wall funding
President Trump: DACA deal must include border wall funding

Mr Trump also wants to ramp up the number of officials involved in enforcement, hiring an additional 10,000 enforcement officers, 1,000 attorneys, 370 immigration judges and 300 federal prosecutors. Although, Trump's team didn't reveal how much legal immigration would be reduced under the plan, the impact would clearly be significant, according t...

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