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'Multiple parties down' after shooting at Colorado Walmart in US


A spokesman for the Thornton Police Department could not be immediately reached by AFP. "Please stay away from the area", Thornton Police Department said in a tweet. Thornton is a relatively small city that sits roughly 12 miles north of Denver. About an hour later they said it was "NOT an active shooter" situation. Read More »

Child Boards Plane Without Ticket, or Parents

Geneva Airport's Bernard Stampfli said: 'What this shows is that while controls for adults and accompanied children are effective, there are holes to fill when it comes to unaccompanied children'. The child apparently got lost near Geneva's central railway station on Sunday. Geneva Airport, on the Swiss-France border, allows passengers to leave from either France or Switzerland . Read More »

Did New York terrorist have ties to Missouri?


He was cited in Platte County, in western Missouri. Police in NY identified 29-year-old Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov as the suspect who drove a rental truck onto a pedestrian and bike path in lower Manhattan Tuesday afternoon and struck multiple people. Read More »

College and Faculty Back To The Bargaining Table


Ontario colleges and the union representing striking faculty will return to bargaining Thursday after a Ministry of Labour mediator called the parties in the ongoing labour dispute back to the table. Numerous colleges have responded that students will be given an opportunity to complete the proper semester, but may have to do so by cutting into planned vacation time. Read More »

Trump blames son-in-law Jared Kushner for Mueller's widening Russian Federation probe, report says


President Donald Trump's communications director Hope Hicks , one of his closest and longest-serving aides, is set to be interviewed by special counsel Robert Mueller's team in mid-November, a White House official confirmed to CNN. Trump's advisers reportedly see little that the president can do to deter Mueller, whose termination might prompt establishment Republicans to mull impeaching Trump. Read More »

Tainted Halloween candy reported in two Wisconsin towns


They took to Facebook to post a picture of a sewing needle inserted into the candy. The Fredericton Police responded to a residence off Kingsley Road in regards to a report of a parent finding a needle in a candy bar. "Trick-or-treat" is a Halloween custom for children to travel from house to house, asking for candy. Details remain limited, but police say the child indicated the chocolate bar had been collected somewhere in the White Oaks area. Read More »

OR gets A for Premature Birth Report Card


Preterm birth is when a baby is born before 37 weeks of pregnancy. More than 380,000 babies are born preterm in the United States each year, facing a greater likelihood of death before their first birthday or lifelong disabilities and chronic health conditions. Read More »

White House to defend Cuba embargo at United Nations, reversing Obama


Ambassador Nikki Haley told the General Assembly. The United States will vote this week against an annual United Nations resolution condemning the US embargo on Cuba, reversing the Obama administrationÂs abstention previous year. According to Cuba "the embargo constitutes the greatest obstacle to the economic and social, development of the country". After an easing of tensions under Obama, today's vote comes when relations are quickly deteriorating as the USA blames Cuba for ... Read More »

Michael Fallon resigns as Defence Secretary


Ms Hartley-Brewer said: "I have had no issues since with the man in question and do not regard the incident as anything but mildly amusing". On Tuesday, a spokesperson for the Conservative MP said he had "apologised when the incident happened 15 years ago and both Julia and now considered the matter closed". Read More »

Bette Midler: 'Hocus Pocus' movie remake will be "cheap"


Original producer David Kirschner has also signed on, but Kenny Ortega , who directed the 1993 cult hit, will not partake in the new venture. "It's going to be cheap! " she told PEOPLE . There was also previous speculation about a Hocus Pocus reboot in 2014, but hopes were dashed when Tina Fey denied any involvement in producing the project. Read More »

Trump says he'll consider sending NY terror suspect to Guantanamo


Meanwhile, New York City police say Saipov appears to have planned the attack for a number of weeks, and followed instructions from the terror group Isis on how to carry it out. The president called the legal system's method for handling terrorism prosecutions "a joke" and "a laughing stock", arguing its insufficiently harsh punishments made future attacks more likely. Read More »

Deadline For Absentee Ballot Requests is November 1st


Tuesday was the last day for Coloradans planning to vote in the November 7 election to mail their ballots back. County Clerk/Election Board staff will be available to assist voters with in-person ballots. Voters do not need a reason to obtain a Vote by Mail Ballot. Swensen and Thompson recommended those who have received ballots in the mail to return them sooner rather than later. Read More »

Daylight Saving 2017: When do we turn back the clocks?


Eastern Time in Tampa Bay, meaning you will get an extra hour of sleep. But he never saw his plan put into action. "Any move to year-round (daylight savings time) should be regional, because acting alone would make MA a significant outlier, and could disrupt commerce, trade, interstate transportation, and broadcasting", the report says. Read More »

NYC Halloween Parade to proceed despite terror attack


Mayor Bill de Blasio told residents to go about their business and not be deterred. Participants said they chose to attend despite the attack in order to show their resilience. The suspect, a 29-year-old man, was shot by police and taken into custody. The governor said that adding physical barriers was only one way of hindering terrorism. Read More »

United Kingdom police say serious collision in London not terrorism-related


The Daily Telegraph's Harry Yorke reports that London's Metropolitan Police are treating the incident as a "road traffic collision". A taxi would have charged the crowd. "We will provide more information as soon as we have it". IBTimes UK is part of the Newsweek Media Group news organisation which keeps its global audience of 55 million monthly readers in the know with quality storytelling and analysis . Read More »

JK Rowling Burns Donald Trump Jr. Over His Halloween Socialism Lesson

Trump Jr was not the first to use Halloween to make such a point about socialism. "So cute and it's nice to see they respect law enforcement and the military already". Even conservative pundit Bill Kristol joined the pile-on, accusing Trump Jr. of being smug and oblivious to his privilege. Finally, of her experience as a kid, Stevenson said being too sick to trick or treat has stuck in her mind. Read More »

Russia, Azerbaijan, Iran to discuss efforts to counter terrorism, drug trafficking

President Putin of Russia and President Aliyev of Azerbaijan both arrived in Tehran on Wednesday to attend the trilateral meeting of Presidents of Iran , Russia, and Azerbaijan. Tehran signed the deal with six countries including Russian Federation and the United States, but Trump last month refused to certify the agreement, drawing criticism from Moscow which slammed the USA president's "aggressive and threatening rhetoric" against Iran. Read More »

Michigan CPA confused online with Trump adviser George Papadopoulos after guilty plea


The following is a chronology of contacts, according to court documents unveiled on Monday, between former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos , individuals claiming links to senior Moscow officials and top Trump campaign advisers. She said Clovis was "being polite" when he encouraged Papadopoulos to meet with Russian officials in August, adding that the campaign had a "strict rule that no person could travel overseas as a representative of the campaign". Read More »

'Hero cop risked his life' to shoot NY terror suspect


Officer Nash rushed to the scene where he saw Saipov brandishing the guns. Mr Nash tracked down Saipov and confronted him, ordering him to drop the weapons before shooting him in the stomach. Saipov , an Uzbeki immigrant and part-time Uber driver residing in Paterson, New Jersey, was hospitalized after the attack and remained in critical condition Wednesday. Read More »

No evidence Russian Federation interfered in U.S. election - Sergei Lavrov


Manafort and his business associate Richard Gates were charged with conspiracy and money laundering related to undisclosed lobbying work for a pro-Russian political party in Ukraine and a series of off-shore bank accounts. Papadopoulos is suspected of meeting a contact with ties to the Russian government, about thousands of emails supposedly damaging to Trump's Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton. Read More »