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On this day, MTAS will offer waived pet adoption fees as part of the nationwide Clear the Shelters initiative that seeks to help families find and adopt homeless pets. Clear the Shelters helps Adopt-A-Dog with its mission, which is to save, socialize and secure loving homes for unwanted or abandoned dogs. INFO: Audiences can visit nbcnewyork.com/cleartheshelters or telemundo47.com/desocuparlosalbergues to access more information about Clear the Shelters , including the full list of ...
  • Baby Left in Plastic Bag for Over 72 Hours

    Baby Left in Plastic Bag for Over 72 Hours

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    Harriette Hoyt who belongs to Sayre, Pennsylvania has been arrested on Tuesday night, she has been put behind the bars in charge of attempted murder. She has since been transported to another hospital for further evaluation. As Kayla approached, she realized the object on the ground was a baby in the plastic bag. "The child was immediately transferred to a local hospital and is now in stable condition".
  • Tillerson takes North Korea pressure campaign to Asia

    Tillerson takes North Korea pressure campaign to Asia

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    The foreign ministers of the 10 member-states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations agreed to push for a legally binding Code of Conduct in the South China Sea , the Department of Foreign Affairs said. Beijing praised Tillerson for declaring the USA wasn't seeking regime change in North Korea. Tillerson says he and the South Korean diplomat plan to discuss the sanctions during their meeting, along with next steps to pressure the North.
  • Atlanta gym bans police officers, military from joining

    Atlanta gym bans police officers, military from joining

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    Chambers says the gym will never need help from police. EAV Barbell Club's "No Cop" policy is no longer plastered on the front door. Stay on top of breaking news stories with the ABC11 News AppChambers has since taken the sign down but said it is all a political statement.
  • Mitch McConnell: The President Expects Too Much

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    Dobbs said McConnell is "shamelessly" trying to blame Trump for his own failures. "Senator Mitch McConnell said I had 'excessive expectations, ' but I don't think so", Mr. That drew a tweet Wednesday from Dan Scavino Jr., the White House social media director. "More excuses", wrote Scavino, an outspoken Trump loyalist.
  • Liverpool to let Philippe Coutinho join Barcelona

    Liverpool to let Philippe Coutinho join Barcelona

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    However, Liverpool have until now been adamant insisting Coutinho would be going nowhere, despite Barcelona reportedly lining up another bid of around £120m. Speaking to Sky Sports , Souness said: "I don't think you can [keep him]". Sakho spent the second half of last season on loan at Crystal Palace after his relationship with Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp broke down and is widely expected to leave Anfield before the transfer window shuts.
  • Royal Vic to house more than 300 asylum seekers

    Royal Vic to house more than 300 asylum seekers

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    Mr. Le Bouthillier said most of the soldiers will return to base once the camp is set up. "Of this number, a little more than 700 people are staying in the Olympic stadium waiting for access to permanent lodging", she said. Montreal's Olympic Stadium is being used to as a shelter in August, and the city also plans to use the decommissioned Royal Victoria Hospital into a 320-bed facility.
  • Patel thanks Sharad Yadav for support

    Patel thanks Sharad Yadav for support

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    RJD supremo Lalu Prasad today attacked Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for walking out of the Grand Alliance government and said the JD (U ) leader has committed "political suicide" by joining hands with the BJP . He also said that the people who are associated with BJP have been roaming free despite being involved in a number of scams. Sushil Modi had also alleged the sand mafia was "funding" RJD's proposed rally on August 27.
  • North Korea Warns Of Preemptive Missile Strikes Against Guam

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    Charfauros echoed those sentiments, going a step further in saying, "All of those put together, there's.00001 percent chance of that missile getting through [the THAAD system]". " North Korea appears to have crossed the red line that separates the "haves" from the nuclear 'you must have nots", according to a report published Tuesday by The Washington Post .
  • Molly, Thomas Martens sentenced for murder of Jason Corbett

    Molly, Thomas Martens sentenced for murder of Jason Corbett

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    Attorneys for Martens and Martens Corbett say they acted in self-defense when they killed the Irish businessman. More to follow in this week's Limerick Post. "I may have killed him". The two are claiming self-defense. The children are now living with Jason's relatives in Ireland. Originally from Limerick, Mr Corbett is survived by Sarah and Jack, his two children from his first marriage.
  • Bumping by airlines drops to record low

    Bumping by airlines drops to record low

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    The incident drew attention to the common airline practice of "overbooking" flights and led United and two other major carriers to change their policies on how passengers are involuntarily denied boarding on flights. Hawaiian Airlines ranked at the top for bumping the fewest passengers off planes and ranked No. 1 for having the best on-time performance for its flights.