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The jury began deliberations Thursday afternoon. Meanwhile, prosecution maintains that Hernandez is the tie between the murder vehicle and the murder weapon and killed the men because he felt disrespected when one of the men bumped into him.
  • North Korea accuses U.S. of stoking nuclear war

    North Korea accuses U.S. of stoking nuclear war

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    According to the former British foreign secretary, Sir Malcolm Rifkind, the missile test likely failed because the USA interfered with the workings of the missile's system. "KN" stands for North Korea, and the missiles are given corresponding numbers as they are identified. On the same day, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Trump will not be telegraphing possible actions against North Korea.
  • Canadian lawmakers call for legalizing recreational marijuana

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    According to one estimate, Canada's legal-marijuana market could be worth almost $5 billion by 2019. "Canada's current system of marijuana prohibition does not work". Bill Blair, a member of parliament and former Toronto police chief who has led the government's marijuana reform process, said that the government consulted extensively with officials in Colorado and Washington.
  • Tensions with North Korea are on the rise, yet again

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    In the background of Pence's Asia trip was increasingly volatile rhetoric between the USA and North Korea over Pyongyang's missile tests. Almost 30,000 American soldiers are stationed in South Korea, and military exercises on land and sea in the area are frequent, according to The Times.
  • Trump has a two-word message for North Korean dictator Kim Jong

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    A report by Bloomberg cited that Kiselyov has a history of making hyperbolic statements, such as warning that Russian Federation could reduce the U.S. Police said they have handed over the leaflets to the military for a more detailed examination. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov remained wary that United States military actions in Syria were the last of their kind.
  • Apple releases iOS 10.3.2 public beta 3

    Apple releases iOS 10.3.2 public beta 3

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    The more recent rumor involving the Apple TV comes from the Hebrew-language site The Verifier which claims that the next incarnation of tvOS - tvOS 11 - will introduce some compelling new features which, while not revolutionary, will introduce compelling improvements to the overall user experience.
  • White House will not comment on Turkey referendum before observers' report

    White House will not comment on Turkey referendum before observers' report

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    Turkish voters were casting their ballots Sunday in a historic referendum on whether to appro. A major global organization delivered a harsh verdict on the fairness and transparency of Turkey's constitutional referendum, adding further doubts on a vote that gave the country's president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, vast new powers.
  • A recommendation: The first woman to ever run the Boston Marathon

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    The 1967 encounter was captured in an iconic photo that turned Switzer into a hero and launched her career as an advocate for women in sports. She beat the time of previous record-holder Kara Goucher (2:25:53) by almost three minutes. The name comes from the number she wore in 1967. We were in different waves here because of the number of runners. During her run, Switzer pointed out the spot on the course where she was nearly stopped 50 years before.
  • Watch Alec Baldwin Turn Trump Into 'The Bachelor'

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    The list only reads , "nominated Neil Gorsuch". "God I love that list". Trump must choose between the two, dragging out the elimination longer than necessary. "If you don't see your photo you must immediately leave your office, and join Kellyanne Conway in the basement", Baldwin's Trump says. He then mentions the candidate's other attributes.
  • Alaskan well leaking gas

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    The workers has been trying to stop the leak, but unsuccessfully as of Sunday, April 16. Alaskan and federal officials had identified two leaks spewing methane gas which is linked to climate change. Five years later, BP agreed to pay more than $ 20 billion in penalties for the 2010 Deepwater Horizon accident and oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. While it's not uncommon for natural gas to escape from North Slope wells, an emergency of Friday's magnitude is rare, said Lois Epstein, Arctic ...