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The artwork, which could be worth more than $10 million, is called "Little Electric Chair ", and is part of Warhol's "Death And Disaster" series , which focuses on increasingly morbid subject matters. The Art Newspaper reported a green print of Little Electric Chair had been sold for $15,597,700 ($11.6 million USD) at an art auction in NY. And when it comes to Warhol's art, separating real from fake can be a challenge.
  • President Trump to speak at joint news conference with Lebanese prime minister

    President Trump to speak at joint news conference with Lebanese prime minister

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    Assad won't get away with "horrible" crimes committed in the war-torn country, Trump said. Continued U.S. support for the Lebanese military, financial assistance for Syrian refugees and U.S. Trump accused Hezbollah and Iran of fuelling the humanitarian disaster in Syria . Trump praised Hariri for his nation's effort in hosting Syrian refugees.
  • John McCain to return to Senate Tuesday for health care vote

    John McCain to return to Senate Tuesday for health care vote

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    Republicans are holding the high-stakes vote on Tuesday to open debate on legislation to repeal and replace "Obamacare". According to the American Brain Tumor Association, more than 12,000 people a year are diagnosed with glioblastoma, the same type of tumor that struck McCain's Democratic colleague in legislative battles, the late Ted Kennedy of MA.
  • Police use plastic barrier to foil possible terror attack

    Police use plastic barrier to foil possible terror attack

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    A man yelling "Allah is the greatest" on Spain's southern border has had his knife attack on policemen thwarted by an officer's creative use of a plastic barricade. Spanish police keep their distance before one officer runs up behind him and knocks him to the ground by hitting him with a white traffic barrier. El Barkani said that the investigation into the incident is still open and all hypotheses are being considered.
  • Before Justine Damond's Fatal Shooting, a Slap

    Before Justine Damond's Fatal Shooting, a Slap

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    The signs are said to be mocking the excuse given by officer Matthew Harrity who said he and his partner, Mohamed Noor , were " startled " by a noise before shooting Justine Damond outside her home on July 15. The BCA warrant didn't say whether the slap was the loud noise Noor heard prior to the shooting. "Minneapolis PD has not elaborated on the circumstances, but requested the BCA to investigate an officer-involved shooting regarding this incident".
  • Video of boater pulling shark behind gets the attention of State Investigators

    Video of boater pulling shark behind gets the attention of State Investigators

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    However, investigators won't say much more about the video that's been seen on several social media sites including Facebook and Instagram . Florida charter captain Nate Weissman said he was outraged when he saw the video. "Look, it's already nearly dead", one man says, pointing at the shark. We are also attempting to identify the individuals in the video and where it took place.
  • APA Remains Committed to Supporting Goldwater Rule - American Psychiatric Association

    APA Remains Committed to Supporting Goldwater Rule - American Psychiatric Association

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    It lit up social media, with some twitter users interpreting it to mean "The Goldwater Rule " was being lifted and mental health professionals could have at President Trump's mental health . Lance Dodes, a retired professor at Harvard Medical School who is now in private practice in Los Angeles. As it stands, violating the Goldwater rule technically has no solid penalties.
  • Libya rivals agree to ceasefire deal in Paris

    Libya rivals agree to ceasefire deal in Paris

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    France "wants to facilitate a political entente" and "mark its support for efforts to build a political compromise, under the auspices of the United Nations", that includes all actors in the country, a statement on Monday by the president's office said.
  • Trump Tells His Most Evil Lie Yet: 'Obamacare Is Death'

    Trump Tells His Most Evil Lie Yet: 'Obamacare Is Death'

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    Senators are now consideringrepealing only a few of the most unpopular provisions in Obamacare, including its individual mandate. That sounds like common sense, but since the idea of working with Democrats is anathema to many Republicans McCain's statement seemed to affirm that the push for a GOP health care bill was dead.