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Saturday as partygoers were watching a movie. "Two guys just came in and shot people in the house", a woman outside the home at the time told a dispatcher during a frantic 911 call, according to WCPO . Witnesses told police they saw the two gunmen run out before driving away in a vehicle. All of the victims were family and friends gathered for the party, police told WLWT .
  • In mock video, Trump slams man with face covered by CNN logo

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    With the pair now on vacation, guest Katty Kay opted not to mock the president's recent actions, but take the media to task for giving it so much attention. CNN is the news outlet that arguably takes the brunt of Trump's media hatred. Sunday's tweet comes a day after Trump escalated an intensely personal feud with two high-profile talk show hosts, suggesting without evidence that their network is biased against him.
  • Auto drives into group of pedestrians in E

    Auto drives into group of pedestrians in E

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    Three other victims suffered injuries that are considered less serious, but still significant, while six more sustained more minor injuries. Police are reportedly interviewing the driver of the vehicle, who they identified as a 56-year-old Cambridge, Massachusetts man.
  • Uproar over 30% tax on TN cinema theatres

    Uproar over 30% tax on TN cinema theatres

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    It subsumed entertainment tax as well, so the Tamil Nadu government rechristened it as corporation tax. According to the GST roll-out, theatres which sell tickets below Rs 100 should pay 18 per cent tax and theatres, especially multiplexes, which sell tickets above Rs 100, should pay 28 per cent tax.
  • Another day, another threat of severe storms

    Another day, another threat of severe storms

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    High pressure will give us dry weather by Monday and Tuesday with partly cloudy skies. Near Atlantic City, the National Weather Service out of Mount Holly, New Jersey, is predicting Saturday will bring a chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms during the day and into the evening, with a high near 86 degrees.
  • Small Plane Crashes Into Traffic On The 405 Freeway

    Small Plane Crashes Into Traffic On The 405 Freeway

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    The cause of the crash is unknown. Two people escaped the fiery wreckage of a small plane that crashed Friday morning on the 405 Freeway in Orange County, clipped a pickup and skidded to a stop against a median as it burst into flames. Both patients "had vitals" when they were removed from the plane, he said. Flights are still being allowed to depart. He checked to make sure his passenger was safe before pulling over on the side of the freeway.
  • Trump Calls Out Chicago Crime 'Epidemic' Ahead Of New Task Force Announcement

    Trump Calls Out Chicago Crime 'Epidemic' Ahead Of New Task Force Announcement

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    Chicago Police Department officials planned a news conference Friday afternoon to announce the permanent expansion of the Chicago bureau of the Department of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said. Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office acknowledged that an additional 20 ATF agents have been sent to Chicago. President Trump tweeted Friday that he is "sending in Federal help" to fight gun violence in Chicago.
  • Mattis: Syria Fight Will Only Get More Complicated After Raqqa Is Captured

    Mattis: Syria Fight Will Only Get More Complicated After Raqqa Is Captured

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    Mattis claimed that the USA had made it clear all along "we're going to equip them for the fight". Though the U.S. has claimed they "welcome" Syrian offensives against ISIS, they've continued to attack them every time they get close. Mattis is scheduled to meet his Turkish counterpart, Defense Minister Fikri Işık , in Brussels on Wednesday, where both have arrived to attend a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit.
  • Irish FM welcomes agreement between Conservative party, DUP

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    In 2012, the DUP strongly condemned the Irish boycott movement against Israeli products from Judea and Samaria. The £1 billion will be given to Northern Ireland in a block grant for specific projects, meaning that the agreement will not affect the Barnett formula , which decides how to fairly share out money across the UK's devolved governments.
  • Demands To End Blockade Are Unproven Claims

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    Tillerson said in a statement: "Our role has been to encourage the parties to get their issues on the table, clearly articulated, so that those issues can be addressed and some resolution process can get under way to bring this to a conclusion".
  • Feds Sanction Chinese Bank Linked To North Korea

    Feds Sanction Chinese Bank Linked To North Korea

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    In addition, Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control designated two Chinese individuals and one Chinese company in response to North Korea's ongoing WMD development and continued violations of UN Security Council resolutions. The comment came shortly after the death of Otto Warmbier, a US citizen who was detained in North Korea for more than a year and returned to his parents in a coma.
  • Under pressure to soften Brexit, PM May meets Northern Irish 'kingmakers'

    Under pressure to soften Brexit, PM May meets Northern Irish 'kingmakers'

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    May's Conservative Party, which failed to win a majority in an election last week, has been holding talks with the DUP on securing the support of its 10 members of parliament to pass legislation. May, who ahead of the June referendum supported remaining in the European Union, has promised to start the Brexit talks next week but opponents of a sharp break with the European Union took her woes as a chance to push back against her strategy.
  • 27 towers fail fire safety checks in Britain, hundreds evacuated

    27 towers fail fire safety checks in Britain, hundreds evacuated

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    Mr Sharma was asked at least five times whether the cladding was illegal or banned, telling viewers "from what we've seen it would suggest that the material used was combustible". People were told to leave as darkness began to fall, with some taking belongings in suitcases and carrier bags, and some locals saying they only learned of the evacuation as they watched the news.
  • Led coalition says hit Islamic State targets in Syrian town

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    Pentagon spokesman Adrian Rankine-Galloway confirmed coalition strikes on Mayadeen on Sunday and Monday, targeting IS "command and control facilities" and other "infrastructure". Russian President Vladimir Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov says that "such threats to Syria's legitimate leaders are unacceptable". While the Pentagon has eyed the region as the next place to attack the militants, Syrian government forces and Iranian-backed militias have also made a concerted effort to move into ...
  • Scotland's referendum - what you need to know

    Scotland's referendum - what you need to know

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    The SNP leader said she would make a statement in the Scottish Parliament later nearly three weeks after the party suffered 21 defeats in Commons seats. "The implications of Brexit are so potentially far reaching that, as they become clearer, I think people will increasingly demand that choice (on secession)", Sturgeon said.
  • Peace Region MLAs 'shocked' after Liberal bills defeated

    Peace Region MLAs 'shocked' after Liberal bills defeated

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    Finance Minister Mike de Jong had said earlier that his bill on political finance reform came after a May 9 election in which the Liberals heard dissatisfaction from the public on the party's position against such reforms. The next day, she reiterated the point, and told PAN that while her party's issues may be similar to those raised by the opposition, "the approaches that we're taking are quite different".
  • Pakistan violates ceasefire twice along LoC in Rajouri

    Pakistan violates ceasefire twice along LoC in Rajouri

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    Pakistani Border Action Team members were armed with "special daggers" to mutilate Indian soldiers and "headband cameras" to record the attack on an Indian patrol party after entering 600 meters across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district, according to reports today.
  • Pelosi defends leadership following special election loss

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    Many felt he was running away from a progressive Democratic platform, as he ran against the Republican candidate. "We entice millions of young voters into our sweet democracy", the Alliance's website declares. The 2010 redistricting resulted in gerrymandered districts that largely favor Republicans . This was just one race in one state. Instead, Ossoff ran with a health care message Clinton pushed.
  • India's prime minister to meet with Trump

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    Washington , Asserting that the US" ties with India and Pakistan were not a "zero-sum game', the White House has said that the Trump administration's priorities and the nature of relationship with the two countries were different. It is also expected to establish a network of honorary ambassadors based in India and Portugal to guide start-ups from both countries. The official said the White House hopes to encourage a "normalization of ties" between the India and Pakistan through ...
  • Yellowstone grizzly bear removed from endangered list

    Yellowstone grizzly bear removed from endangered list

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    Eliminating threatened species protection under the Endangered Species Act paves the way for Montana , Idaho and Wyoming to take over responsibility for the big bear from federal managers outside the park. Grizzlies that leave the park or live outside in the Greater Yellowstone area - they will be managed by the states and tribes. "It's tragic that the Trump administration is stripping protections from these magnificent animals just to appease a tiny group of trophy hunters who ...
  • London towers being evacuated over fire safety fears

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    A major evacuation is under way on a London housing estate over fire safety fears in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster. She added: "Together we decided that the Taplow block needs to be temporarily decanted while we undertake urgent fire safety works so that residents can be fully assured of their safety".