• Manhunt continues for two suspects after deputy killed in Adams County
Manhunt continues for two suspects after deputy killed in Adams County

The Denver Post reported that a hearse carrying the deputy's body left the garage at the Denver Health medical center around 12:30 a.m. MST on Thursday escorted by a solemn procession of police cars. Law enforcement is still looking for 2 suspects in the case. Gumm leaves behind a wife and family. Some 128 law enforcement officers died in the U...

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  • New review highlights potential risks and impact of e-cigarettes
New review highlights potential risks and impact of e-cigarettes

They contain fewer numbers and lower levels of toxic substances than conventional cigarettes, and using e-cigarettes may help adults who smoke conventional cigarettes quit smoking. Anti-smoking advocates have long argued that e-cigarettes are risky because of the potential to turn teens and even young children onto nicotine by luring them with kid-...

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  • North Korea and U.S. clash at disarmament forum on nuke issues
North Korea and U.S. clash at disarmament forum on nuke issues

Beyond that, Kim will also seek to impress upon the US and others in the region that it does indeed have the capability to strike in such a manner and inflict losses on the United States without a moment's notice, reports the Atlantic . Pompeo said, "If we're gonna take down networks, we need the opportunities to engage with individuals who have...

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  • Palestinian legislators protest against US Vice President in Israeli parliament; bundled out
Palestinian legislators protest against US Vice President in Israeli parliament; bundled out

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence has said the country will establish an embassy in Jerusalem, Israel before 2020, years earlier than what was previously predicted, National Republic Radio reported Monday . For Israelis, the speech was "as ringing an endorsement of the Zionist enterprise as one could pray for" and evidence that Prime Minister...

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  • New York City sues eight opioids producers, distributors
New York City sues eight opioids producers, distributors

New York City has filed a $500 million lawsuit in New York State Supreme Court against pharmaceutical companies including Stamford-headquartered Purdue Pharma in connection to the city's opioid crisis. The mayor's office did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Wednesday. Purdue Pharma also denied the allegations, and said in a sta...

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  • Meehan: Former staffer that was paid settlement claim was his 'soul mate'
Meehan: Former staffer that was paid settlement claim was his 'soul mate'

U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan , R-Wisconsin, removed Meehan from the House Ethics Committee Saturday and launched an investigation. The settlement had been kept secret, and Meehan's office hasn't said how much taxpayer money Meehan paid out in it.

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  • United States says not a good idea for Venezuela's Maduro to run again
United States says not a good idea for Venezuela's Maduro to run again

The move on Tuesday came amid growing speculation that elections would be held in the first part of 2018, as the ruling Socialists hope to gain advantage of a deep political crisis hampering the divided opposition. "We do not recognise the national constituency assembly". Nonetheless, opposition leaders say they will field a single presidential c...

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  • 'Serial killer' arrested over Zainab's rape, murder
'Serial killer' arrested over Zainab's rape, murder

The rapist and serial killer from Kasur who used to rape and kill minor girls has been caught by the police just a day before the expiry of the Supreme Court's three-day deadline. He had fled to Pakpattan after Zainab's murder case was reported nationally and to Arifwala from there before returning to hometown days later. The suspect wa...

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  • Mayon Volcano Explodes in Philippines
Mayon Volcano Explodes in Philippines

The danger zone around the volcano has now been was extended to eight kilometres (five miles) from the crater. Mayon Volcano is erupting nearly every year since 2006. Marasigan said it could be weeks before families can return to their homes. The youth group Team Albay Youth Organization (TAYO) had already started accepting relief donations...

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  • Six senior UKIP officials quit over Henry Bolton 'fiasco'
Six senior UKIP officials quit over Henry Bolton 'fiasco'

The motive of pressure on Bolton has been sentimental relationship that it maintains since this Christmas with Jo Marney , a young activist of party of 25 years, which was embroiled in a scandal when it published racist messages which it sent in social networks on Meghan Markle.

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  • Buttler's ton helps England lock series against Aussies
Buttler's ton helps England lock series against Aussies

Buttler was only slightly the more active partner in his century stand with Woakes, who hit five fours and two sixes in a superb unbeaten 53 off 36 balls. Despite finding some swing early on, Mitchell Starc wasn't on the mark and he was soon replaced by Pat Cummins - one of four changes made by Australia for this game - who started with a maiden ...

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  • Student injured in shooting at Texas school
Student injured in shooting at Texas school

Both the high school and Stafford Elementary School were put under lock down. Italy Independent School District Superintendent Lee Joffre says that school will be held Tuesday and grief counselors would be on campus. "I did know that the guy that was shooting was mad at the girl because she had left him for somebody else", claimed McCowan. "T...

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  • Nick Kyrgios Has Pulled Out Of The Doubles At The Aus Open
Nick Kyrgios Has Pulled Out Of The Doubles At The Aus Open

Kostyuk entered the tournament ranked No. 521 and opened with a win over 25th-seeded Peng Shuai, becoming youngest player to win main-draw matches at the Australian Open since Martina Hingis in 1996. "I knew my best chance was probably to get in a couple breakers... In the second set I tried to shift the momentum and once I broke him in the last ...

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  • Merkel Takes Step Closer To German Coalition After SPD Vote
Merkel Takes Step Closer To German Coalition After SPD Vote

Though unintended, this setting surrounding the leaders of the CDU , CSU and SPD conveyed visually how many Germans perceive a new Grand Coalition led by Merkel: a colourless, visionless and pragmatic "Weiter-So" (more of the same) based on reason but contradicting a widespread gut feeling that yearns for something new, something different.

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  • Terrorism no longer the military's top priority, Mattis says
Terrorism no longer the military's top priority, Mattis says

He said building a force that can deter war with established and emerging military powers in Moscow and Beijing, and usa enemies such as North Korea and Iran will require increased investment to make the military more lethal, agile and ready to fight.

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  • Macron hints at EU-UK trade compromise
Macron hints at EU-UK trade compromise

He added: "And you should understand that you can not, by definition, have the full access to the single market if you don't tick the box". "If you want access for financial services, be my guest - but it means you have to contribute to the budget, and accept European jurisdiction".

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  • London Mayor attacks decision not to challenge release of black-cab rapist
London Mayor attacks decision not to challenge release of black-cab rapist

Lawyers have already sent a letter to the Parole Board threatening a judicial review proceedings on the grounds that its blanket prohibition of publishing reasons behind its decisions is unlawful. I will do all I can to ensure this happens. He said: 'I have made clear that I will not bring a legal challenge to the parole board's decision unless t...

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  • Bullet train project fails to boost Modi's 'Make in India'
Bullet train project fails to boost Modi's 'Make in India'

On the Indian side, according to the Reuters report, firms such as UltraTech Cement, Larsen & Toubro, Bharat Heavy Electricals and Ambuja Cement may bid for construction, cement and other such contracts. Modi will also have an interaction with 120 members of the investor community at WEF on January 23 which will include heads of General Motors, S...

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  • House passes bill to keep government from shutting down
House passes bill to keep government from shutting down

Chuck Schumer emerged from a one-on-one with the president and suggested that progress had been made, but he admitted that they still have a ways to go. Smokey the Bear with a "Laid Off" sign during the 2013 government shutdown . President Trump tweeted about the possibility Friday morning. Leaders of both parties in the House and the Senate...

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  • Battlefield 1: Apocalypse expansion detailed by DICE
Battlefield 1: Apocalypse expansion detailed by DICE

The DLC expansion will let players participate in the "most brutal battles of the cataclysmic great war" and it will cover the "infamous battlefields of World War 1's final days", EA said . DICE did not say exactly when in February will Apocalypse will drop, but as always, Premium Pass owners will get access two weeks earlier than anyone who...

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  • Russia-linked accounts widespread
Russia-linked accounts widespread

Twitter has suspended 1,062 accounts that were allegedly linked to the St. Petersburg-based Internet Research Agency (IRA) and shared information meant to meddle with the 2016 United States presidential election. In October, Twitter banned media sites Russia Today (RT ) and Sputnik from advertising on its platform after determining that both K...

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  • Halladay had morphine in system during crash
Halladay had morphine in system during crash

Zolpidem, the generic name for Ambien, and amphetamines were also found in Halladay's system. Halladay, 40, was an all-star pitcher with the Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia Phillies . Whether Halladay had prescriptions for these drugs is something we don't know. 7 from blunt force trauma with drowning as a contributing factor, according t...

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  • United Kingdom should rejoin EU after Brexit: EU Commission chief
United Kingdom should rejoin EU after Brexit: EU Commission chief

Without a Brexit transition deal in place, London-based banks are weeks away from triggering contingency plans that could see thousands of jobs leave the UK. But the official denied it was a ploy to divide the British side in the tough Brexit negotiations, saying: "Whatever Tusk might dream it doesn't influence how he will negotiate, which is based...

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  • Putin takes dip in icy Russian lake to celebrate Epiphany
Putin takes dip in icy Russian lake to celebrate Epiphany

Many other Russians followed suit, submerging themselves in lakes and rivers in a widely-observed ritual normally taking place on January 18-19 that past year saw two million people take the plunge. As president, he has become a frequent attender of Russian Orthodox ceremonies, and has given the church a major voice in society. With two months to...

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  • Lebanon bans The Post
Lebanon bans The Post

The Hollywood Reporter on Sunday quoted a source involved with movie's worldwide distribution who said the drama was presented to the Lebanese censorship board, which nixed it, citing a "boycott Israel" list that includes Spielberg due to his Oscar-winning Holocaust film " Schindler's List ".

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  • Schachtner: Win shows voters exhausted of negativity
Schachtner: Win shows voters exhausted of negativity

Mr Walker is right, "but I don't think it is going to wake them up", said David Barker, the director of American University's Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies. Likewise, Democratic gubernatorial candidate and state Rep. Dana Wachs of Eau Claire said the results show that voters are ready for a change. While those looking on are...

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  • 'I am the Least Racist Person You Will Ever Interview'
'I am the Least Racist Person You Will Ever Interview'

Durbin , a Democratic senator from IL, said, however, that Trump did use "hate-filled, vile and racist" language in the meeting, according to the Chicago Tribune. "The president simply, as he looked at the deal, he wants a good deal and he wants to right deal". Despite what happened last week, Durbin says Trump and Republicans now have a chan...

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  • Russian Embassy ridicules Facebook's reopening of probe into Brexit fake news link
Russian Embassy ridicules Facebook's reopening of probe into Brexit fake news link

Facebook has heeded calls from British MPs to deepen its investigation into whether Russian agents used the social media platform to spread fake news in order to influence the Brexit vote. Moscow has denied any involvement in either the British Leave campaign or in US President Donald Trump's surprise election. Facebook said on Wednesday that...

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  • Apple to pay $53 billion in tax on foreign cash earnings
Apple to pay $53 billion in tax on foreign cash earnings

Apple said its education efforts are aimed at reducing the "coding skills gap and help prepare more people for jobs in software development". Apple will open a new campus as part of a five-year, $30bn (£21.7bn) US investment plan and will make about $38bn in one-time tax payments on its overseas cash, one of the largest corporate spending pla...

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  • Nick Foles vs. Case Keenum: How did we get here?
Nick Foles vs. Case Keenum: How did we get here?

Now, Foles has stepped in for an injured Wentz to take on a team led on offense by Shurmur, who became offensive coordinator mid-season a year ago, and Case Keenum , who took over for an injured Bradford after Week 1 of this season. But he didn't give up. Entering Sunday's NFC Championship Game, the Eagles have incentive to conjure up more u...

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