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Deputies: Grass Clippings In Road Caused Motorcycle Crash

Police arrived to find the vehicle with air bags deployed. Nearby, deputies found a heavily damaged motorcycle and its driver, a 24-year-old Casco Township man, dead on the scene. According to police, they don't believe the motorcyclist was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash. Investigators aren't certain if the motorcycle crashed or the rider suffered a medical emergency. Read More »

All Teavana stores to be closed


Starbucks also announced it will give Teavana employees the opportunity to apply for positions at Starbucks stores. "Our Teavana mall stores have not been immune, with many reporting negative comps and operating losses for some time". Read More »

Transgender man in OR gives birth to a boy


The Portland couple shared their elation over the news with several news outlets, with Trystan telling WGN9 he was "overjoyed" and "elated". And Reese and Chaplow's two older kids - whom they adopted from Chaplow's sister after she could no longer care for them - are bonding with baby Leo. Read More »

At least 20 killed in Afghanistan mosque explosion


The attackers, who are both dead, targeted the mosque while around 300 people were inside. Also in mid-June this year, Takfiri terrorists killed several people and wounded several others in a bomb attack at a Shia mosque in Kabul. Herat , on the border with Iran, is considered one of the most peaceful cities of Afghanistan. The attack comes a day after an attack on the Iraqi embassy in Kabul, which was claimed by ISIS, killed two people. Read More »

Dollars 1.6 Billion have been Allocated for Trump's Border Wall


It was no ordinary ad. "They clearly need more tools and more support to do their jobs effectively", he said. "I had the opportunity to travel down to Texas to go to the Rio Grande Valley and spend time with our Border Patrol", Ryan said in the video, against the freaky backdrop of upbeat techno music. Read More »

Ukrainians start saving up money for U.S. coal


The first shipment is expected to leave the Port of Baltimore next month at a cost of $113 per metric ton. The U.S. Pentagon and State Department have devised plans to supply Ukraine with antitank missiles and other weaponry and are seeking White House approval, U.S. Read More »

Sen. Lindsey Graham: Trump Says War With North Korea an Option


The secretive North's leader, Kim Jong Un , supervised the midnight launch of the missile on Friday night and called it a "stern warning" to the U.S. North Korea has conducted three "cold ejection" tests of submarine launch tubes in July alone. President Donald Trump has mentioned the possibility of waging war against North Korea if they continue to aim their missiles at the U.S., Sen. Read More »

The world fears the U.S. more than Russian Federation or China


Compared to many European countries and the USA, a relatively small percentage of Canadians said they feared an influx of refugees. Russians listed ISIS first as well, followed by the global economy, US power and influence, and the large number of refugees leaving Middle Eastern countries such as Syria and Iraq. Read More »

A short film that will touch your heart


A trailer for the film was initially released in May. The film from filmmakers Beth David and Esteban Bravo out of Ringling College of Art and Design in Florida has absolutely gone off tits after being posted online yesterday, with nearly 1.5 million views on YouTube alone. Read More »

Is 50 Cent Pulling The Plug On 'Power?'


Ramirez, was originally planned to be a two-parter to include some additional storylines. "New Man" was meant to be two separate episodes, but creator Courtney Kemp explained to Entertainment Weekly that the network refused to give them a 12-episode rollout for Season 4. Read More »

When His Family Threatened To Expose His Secret, He Killed Them All


Brett Ryan pleaded guilty to the murders of his mother and brothers on Friday. Because the crimes were so out of character, the judge only sentenced him to three years and nine months in prison, which came down to just 15 months thanks to his good behaviour inside, The Toronto Star reports. Read More »

Seven Welsh priests walk into a bar, get mistaken for stag party


He added that the City Arms was a favourite of his colleagues including the Archbishop of Cardiff, George Stack. They showed me a picture of them in the church with their clerical collars on so I brought them in. There was further amusement when it was found that one of the priests was called Father James and the beer they'd been served was Brains Brewery's "Revered James" - named after a 19 century Methodist minister who was also a brewer. Read More »

Three killed in Russian Federation court


Three defendants have been killed in a court in the Russian capital, Moscow , after they tried to take the arms from security officers, officials say. More than 20 shots were made. Three people standing trial were shot dead by security guards during a botched escape attempt at a Moscow court. The nine men, all from central Asia, are charged with 17 murders and two attempted murders. Read More »

Jordan repeals law allowing rapists to marry victims


Despite the country's pro-Western political orientation and cosmopolitan urban elites, many areas of Jordan remain socially conservative, with entrenched notions of "family honour". Whitson earlier urged lawmakers to repeal the article, saying it had been "a blight on Jordan's human rights record for decades". The provision remains on the books in several countries in the Middle East, Latin America and Asia. Read More »

NY Woman Dies After Complications From Botched Plastic Surgery


Bynum reportedly received the injections at 1 p.m. and then felt dizzy and experienced chest pain, at which point she reportedly called 911. They made a decision to pull the plug after Bynum showed no signs of consciousness. "That's murder. Just because the person didn't pull a trigger, it's still murder". "U look lovely boo!" one friend wrote. Bynum's family lawyer, Jack Yankowitz, said the injection was done by someone "representing himself as a doctor". Read More »

Ivanka Trump seeks to lower expectations of her influence

Asked if that included Kushner, Bannon and other heavy hitters, she replied: 'That includes everybody at the White House'. Trump also expressed his support for LGBT rights last June, tweeting, "Thank you to the LGBT community!" It wasn't the first time . Read More »

Rauner Vetoes Education Funding Bill, Removes $250M For CPS


Democratic Senate President John Cullerton had urged Rauner to "do the right thing" and sign the legislation. Lawmakers now must vote either to accept Rauner's changes to the legislation, or override. Democrats then lifted a hold on the legislation they passed in May and sent it to Rauner. "The democrats seem to be only interested in continuing this political charade". Read More »

Woman, 72, kills 11 copperhead snakes with shotgun, shovel


The woman, identified only as Mrs. Newby, was dubbed the "snake killer" after she was spotted with 11 dead reptiles on the ground, neighbor Susan Thompson wrote in a Facebook post . Newby's family boasted that she previously killed a western diamondback rattlesnake measuring at almost six feet long, NewsOn6 reported . Thompson's post has since gone viral, sparking a wide range of comments. Read More »

Pakistan extends house arrest of Hafiz Saeed


However, Saeed has been found to promote terrorism in his own country Pakistan, which is why he has been put under house arrest since January this year. According to media reports, Nawaz Sharif's government detained Saeed after the Trump government told Pakistan that it may face penalties if it didn't act against JuD and its chief. Read More »

Victims identified in plane crash near Billard Airport


The plane came to rest in a grassy field between the runway and the taxi road to the airport terminal, according to the Highway Patrol. Johnson said it was not known whether the aircraft was trying to approach or leave Billard, or simply passing over. Read More »

EU Commission taking Poland to Court for felling


It has given Warsaw a month to respond. The infringement proceedings against Poland had been initiated by the EU Commission in June 2016. The Commission also frowned on the discretionary power invested in Polish Justice Minister to dismiss and appoint court Presidents, saying the independence of Polish courts will be undermined. Read More »

ABC News reports Anthony Scaramucci is out as White House Communications Director

Sessions was heavily criticized by Trump for not increasing his involvement in the ongoing investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation. "I certainly hope they are able to work through their issues quickly", said Price McGiffert, vice president of external affairs for SGA. The attorney general deserves respect, agrees Bauer. Read More »