• Pet Deer Kills Owner, Then Nearly Kills His Wife
Pet Deer Kills Owner, Then Nearly Kills His Wife

Paul McDonald, 47, had gone out to feed the stag and entered its enclosure around 8:20 a.m. on April 17, when it turned on him. The couple had owned the Waipiti deer - a cross between a red deer and an elk - for about two years. "It's beyond words how they've been affected by this incident today". Deer have been reported in backyards and school...

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  • North Korea's Kim to meet Putin as tensions rise with US
North Korea's Kim to meet Putin as tensions rise with US

North Korea announced Wednesday that it has tested a "new-type tactical guided weapon ", the first such test since the failed U.S. The news of Kim's visit to the tactical weapon testing site comes after the North Korean leader visited the North Korean Air and Anti-aircraft Force on Tuesday, according to KCNA , inspecting a flight dri...

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  • Weekend Outlook: The Easter bunny brings some heat
Weekend Outlook: The Easter bunny brings some heat

The evening will be cloudy, but dry. By late afternoon, temperatures have jumped into the mid to upper 70s area-wide, the normal for May 22. The incredible news comes as many of us are off to celebrate Easter holidays with our families. THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy skies and mild temperatures continue, with the chance for scattered rain showers. It w...

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  • Thunder storms, tornadoes, hail to threaten dozens of states
Thunder storms, tornadoes, hail to threaten dozens of states

The risk potential for the metro Birmingham area includes damaging winds of up to 60 miles per hour and brief tornadoes . The higher-resolution forecast models suggest that a line of showers and storms crossing the District is most likely to develop between 7 p.m.

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  • Notre Dame fire: 'heartsick', 'weeping' - showbiz reaction to blaze
Notre Dame fire: 'heartsick', 'weeping' - showbiz reaction to blaze

The world tuned into reports on television and radio to get updates on the slow destruction of a tourism icon that draws millions of visitors a year. I thought he didn't drink", a third tweet read while another user couldn't help but write , "Flying water tankers? Many observers wondered why airplanes were not dropping water on the inferno, ...

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  • Bernie Sanders triggers Trump as he seeks to win over his voters
Bernie Sanders triggers Trump as he seeks to win over his voters

Rep. Tim Ryan's (D-Ohio) communications director Julia Krieger, also claimed that the candidate was "willing to do a town hall with Fox News ", adding that "the campaign has reached out proactively to the network to express interest in this type of forum".

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  • Brexit cannot define us, says UK PM's deputy as ratings dip
Brexit cannot define us, says UK PM's deputy as ratings dip

But, the timetable for doing so is very tight. "If Labour does not reconfirm its support for a confirmatory public vote on any Brexit deal in its manifesto, then it will hemorrhage votes to parties who do have a clear message". Leading British eurosceptic Nigel Farage has launched a new political party with a promise of a "democratic revolution...

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  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Is Quitting Facebook
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Is Quitting Facebook

Ocasio-Cortez publicized the decision during a taping of the " Skullduggery " podcast , criticizing the medium. Her Instagram usage has prompted other senators like Elizabeth Warren to attempt similarly relatable Instagram lives, such as a video in which Warren awkwardly drank a beer and chatted with fans in her kitchen.

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  • New details in child thrown from Mall of America balcony
New details in child thrown from Mall of America balcony

Police described the little boy's injuries as life-threatening and added that witnesses administered first aid. Potts did not offer details about his condition. A Gofundme page has been set up by Noah Hanneman, who says he is a friend of the family. "Landen has a very long road to recovery ahead of him".

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  • Storms sweep across the South, killing 8 and injuring dozens
Storms sweep across the South, killing 8 and injuring dozens

There were at least six injuries from the tornado, which had a 17-mile-long path and was up to half a mile wide, the NWS confirmed. Severe storm damage to homes is seen on Plymouth Springmill Road just south of the intersection of Ohio Route 96 in Shelby, Ohio, Sunday, April 14, 2019.

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  • DOJ Sets A Day To Release The Mueller Report
DOJ Sets A Day To Release The Mueller Report

The Justice Department is planning to release the 400-page report to both Congress and the public. Speaking with America's Newsroom host Bill Hemmer about the much-anticipated report, which will be released on Thursday, Napolitano said he believes Attorney General William Barr will redact more than 100 pages of the nearly 400-page document...

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  • Three dead after plane, helicopter collide near Mt Everest
Three dead after plane, helicopter collide near Mt Everest

Aviation official Raj Kumar Chhetri was cited by The Associated Press as saying that a plane belonging to Summit Air was trying to take off from Lukla for Ramechhap, Nepal, on the morning of Sunday, April 14, when it crashed. "At least two persons have been dead, while few others are injured", local media reported. The airport in Lukla is often...

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  • Gantz concedes; Israeli PM Netanyahu secures 5th term
Gantz concedes; Israeli PM Netanyahu secures 5th term

Japan has continued to identify its differences with the USA on key Middle East issues, from Israel to Iran (it prefers engagement with Tehran to isolation, the Trump administration's default policy). Sputnik: We have 99 percent* of the votes counted; what do you think? The attorney general has announced he intends to charge Netanyahu with briber...

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  • Kim re-elected chair of North Korea's top body
Kim re-elected chair of North Korea's top body

The two presidents did not hold a joint press conference after the summit and opted for separate statements, probably because of differences over their approach to North Korea . 'The unravelling would have a serious impact on Moon, who has seen his poll numbers drop and fierce political schisms at home ... so it is imperative that Washington [and...

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  • Julian Assange may still face rape charge in Sweden, prosecutors say
Julian Assange may still face rape charge in Sweden, prosecutors say

Assange was arrested earlier Thursday at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, and the USA has charged him with conspiring with former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to break into a classified government computer at the Pentagon.

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  • Israeli PM poised for record 5th term
Israeli PM poised for record 5th term

As of now, the right-wing Likud party headed by Netanyahu and the opposition centrist block Kahol-lavan are in the lead. Regardless of who becomes the next prime minister, the election has already proven to be a humbling setback for Mr. As he walked onto the stage to chanting crowds, he planted a kiss on the lips of his wife Sara. Prime Ministe...

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  • DEVELOPING: IRS, DOJ to File 36-Count Indictment Against Michael Avenatti
DEVELOPING: IRS, DOJ to File 36-Count Indictment Against Michael Avenatti

The New York prosecutors have separately accused Avenatti of trying to blackmail Nike Inc for more than $20 million. U.S. Attorney Nick Hanna said all Avenatti's crime are "linked to one another because money generated from one set of crimes appears in other sets", as payments to "lull victims and to prevent [his] financial house of cards from ...

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  • WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Arrested by British Police
WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Arrested by British Police

Assange has spent nearly seven years at the embassy after seeking refuge there to avoid extradition to Sweden. So, with that offer of asylum officially withdrawn, Ecuador worked with the Metropolitan Police to allow them to enter the embassy and arrest Assange.

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  • European Union leaders agree to Brexit extension: Tusk
European Union leaders agree to Brexit extension: Tusk

It's likely to be a rough day for the embattled British leader as she pleads for a second extension until June 30, to prevent Britain's departure now scheduled for Friday. A draft copy of the summit conclusions seen by AFP before the leaders sat down to finalize it said "an extension should last only as long as necessary and, in any event, no longe...

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  • White House to Appeal Ruling Blocking Trump's 'Remain in Mexico' Migration Plan
White House to Appeal Ruling Blocking Trump's 'Remain in Mexico' Migration Plan

On Monday, US federal Judge Richard Seeborg issued a preliminary injunction to block the Trump administration's "Remain in Mexico" migration policy. Then the president said this: "Our military, don't forget, can't act like a military would act because if they got a little rough everybody would go insane".

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  • Israeli election: Netanyahu set for historic fifth term
Israeli election: Netanyahu set for historic fifth term

In an i24 news poll , Benny Gantz's Blue and White ( Kahol Lavan ) alliance received 33 seats, putting his party in first place, while Netanyahu has been placed second with 27 seats. For one thing, Netanyahu is immersed in a criminal investigation after Israeli Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit announced plans to indict the prime minis...

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  • Tiny bees found in Taiwanese woman's eye, feeding off tears
Tiny bees found in Taiwanese woman's eye, feeding off tears

The ophthalmologist peered into the eye with a microscope, only to notice something much more unusual than a standard eye infection - tiny legs of four live sweat bees wriggling near her tear duct. Sweat bees have short tongues, which come in handy for lapping up human sweat and has earned them their name. "They were still intact and all alive".

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  • Barr: ‘I Think Spying Did Occur’ Against Trump Campaign
Barr: ‘I Think Spying Did Occur’ Against Trump Campaign

Attorney General William Barr arrives to testify before a panel of the Senate Appropriations Committee Wednesday in Washington, D.C. Barr responded, "I'm not sure of all the connotations of that word that you're referring to, but you know - unauthorized surveillance ".

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  • Wind, rain, snow, and thunderstorms on the way
Wind, rain, snow, and thunderstorms on the way

Another extraordinary storm is expected to slam Nebraska this week, piling on misery and possibly more flooding , and maybe making its way into the record books. The next slam dunk for the Twin Cities, now that the Final Four basketball hoopla has come and gone, is snow - and possibly, a lot of it. "We're reaching out to any kind of support we...

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  • Death toll in Libya crisis rises as battle for Tripoli intensifies
Death toll in Libya crisis rises as battle for Tripoli intensifies

The Libyan National Army carried out air strikes on southern Tripoli, while it seeks to advance towards the centre of the city from the abandoned airport. Also Monday, U.N. envoy Ghassan Salame said he met with Fayez Sarraj, head of the government in Tripoli, to discuss how the U.N. mission "can assist at this critical and hard juncture".

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