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Sunday and found Jacelyn dead. A man has been charged with murdering a child in his Chenango County home. State Police would not indicate whether there were any persons of interest in connection with the case, but they did say there is no threat to the public.
  • Turkey's Top Military Group Replaces Military Leaders

    Turkey's Top Military Group Replaces Military Leaders

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    Since the failed putsch, the Turkish government increased the civilian component of the council, giving more places to government ministers than military figures. According to NTV reports, Yasar Guler, the commander of the gendarmerie forces, will replace Salih Zeki Colak, the commander of the Turkish Land Forces.
  • USA probe into China trade practices may lead to sanctions - RT Business

    USA probe into China trade practices may lead to sanctions - RT Business

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    The investigation, which could result in tariffs or other measures, will include the issue of the theft of American intellectual property, the official said. Both China's Foreign Ministry and Commerce Ministry did not respond immediately to requests for comment. The investigation would focus on allegations that China has violated US intellectual property amid growing concern that it's trying to become a world leader in technologies such as microchips and electric cars .
  • White House: Statue of Liberty doesn't represent USA immigration policy

    White House: Statue of Liberty doesn't represent USA immigration policy

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    Citing a historic poem on the Statue of Liberty , Acosta suggested that one of the best known symbols of United States immigration did not mention language constraints or what type of person would be welcome to the country. Miller called on CNN's Jim Acosta and what played out over almost 7 minutes was a back and forth you must see. Tell me what years meet the Jim Acosta definition of the Statue of Liberty poem law of the land? But Wednesday's briefing was anything but orderly, ...
  • Battle lines in tax reform fight: Democrats lay out demands

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    Hatch said that he would rather not work with Democrats to up cost-sharing subsidies, but he told Reuters that Republicans will likely have to do that. On Friday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) asked the Senate to move on, after a week of repeated failed Obamacare repeal efforts.
  • Santosh Mohan Dev passes away

    Santosh Mohan Dev passes away

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    Dev, a seven-time Lok Sabha member, died on Wednesday at a hospital in Silchar in Assam, his family said. He is survived by his former legislator wife Bithika Dev and four daughters, including a Congress MP from Silchar, Sushmita Dev. Dev was one of the few politicians to be elected to Parliament from two different states. He was the Union Minister of State for Tourism and Communications during 1986-1988 and the Union Minister of State for Home Affairs during 1988-1989.
  • Tillerson says he and Trump disagree over Iran nuclear deal

    Tillerson says he and Trump disagree over Iran nuclear deal

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    Mr Tillerson repeated calls for North Korea's neighbour and ally China , which has urged a resumption of talks with Pyongyang, to use its influence to create the conditions for "productive dialogue". In Malaysia, Tillerson will meet with officials to discuss strengthening cooperation on a range of issues in the 60th year of US-Malaysia bilateral relations, the statement added.
  • Anthony Scaramucci Is OUT as White House Communications Director

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    Anthony Scaramucci , Trump's new communications director who publicly sparred with Priebus in a obscenity-laden tirade to a reporter, has said that he will report directly to Trump. Trump pushed back against the idea that his White House was in chaos on Monday, tweeting a string of purported successes - including a booming stock market and low unemployment - before adding, "No WH chaos!" The economy is doing incredibly well, and many other things.
  • Paul Ryan Is Getting Serious About Building the Wall

    Paul Ryan Is Getting Serious About Building the Wall

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    It was no ordinary ad. The delegation began the day with an aerial examination of the area on helicopters, followed by a horse patrol demonstration and a Border Patrol boat tour. Trump welcomed his new Chief of Staff John Kelly to the Cabinet table on Monday, Mr. Last week, the House of Representatives approved a spending bill with almost $1.6 billion set aside for the construction of the border wall as part of a $790 billion package to fund security-related expenses.
  • Grant Fire burning near June Lake

    Grant Fire burning near June Lake

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    He said although at times the Harrop Creek wildfire, which started from lightning, may appear just over the mountain, the distance between the Nelson Airport and the fire is about nine nautical miles or 16.5 kilomters. "The fact of the matter is that when fires get to this size, the use of controlled ignitions is one of the best tactics that we have in terms of trying to contain them".
  • Northwestern Professor, Oxford Employee Wanted For Murder, Considered Armed And Dangerous

    Northwestern Professor, Oxford Employee Wanted For Murder, Considered Armed And Dangerous

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    Cornell-Duranleau was found dead with multiple stab wounds on July 27 inside a 10th-floor apartment on North State Street at the address where Lathem lives, according to reports. According to his LinkedIn profile , Lathem's research focused on how pathogenic bacteria cause disease in humans. Pictured Northwestern University professor, Wyndham Lathem wanted in connection to the murder of Chicago hairstylist, Trenton Cornell-Duranleau.