• Day-care driver arrested in death of 3-year-old boy, police say

    Day-care driver arrested in death of 3-year-old boy, police say

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    Eduardo Bernal said. The employee who left Hill in the van had not performed a head count before leaving the van, the report says. A sign on the day care's door says the facility is closed until further notice, but parents arrived Tuesday morning to drop off their children, saying they were not notified of the boy's death .
  • Boy killed in auto park collision at Salford hotel

    Boy killed in auto park collision at Salford hotel

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    At least three ambulances were also seen outside the building, which is half a mile from Manchester United's iconic Old Trafford ground. Officers were reportedly seen guarding the doors to the hotel. Witnesses reported seeing a woman with blood on her, while others told of hearing "blood curdling screams". Several media have reported witnesses saying they saw people covered in blood and heard screams.
  • Judge orders search for more of Hillary Clinton's Benghazi emails

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    During the initial probe into the matter, the State Department combed through about 30,000 emails Clinton turned over to the federal agency in December 2014, after officials searching for Benghazi-related messages discovered the former secretary of state used a private email server during her four years on the job.
  • Chelsea Manning Doesn't Regret Military Leak: 'I've Accepted Responsibility'

    Chelsea Manning Doesn't Regret Military Leak: 'I've Accepted Responsibility'

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    The article followed the 29-year-old as she got ready to attend an after-party for the Lambda Literary Awards, which honours LGBTQ writers. 'I think it's important to remember that when somebody sees government wrongdoing - whether it's illegal or immoral or unethical - there isn't the means available to do something about it, ' she explains.
  • Police officer shot in New York City

    Police officer shot in New York City

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    The crazed individual may also have been hit, with sources citing a blood trail that was seen outside the building. The suspect shot himself in the ensuing standoff, NYPD Commisioner James O'Neill told reporters Thursday night. Medics took the cop to Jamaica Hospital, where he was awake and talking, police sources said. It is unclear if anyone else is inside the apartment with the suspect.
  • Almost seven in 10 judge Congress a failure so far

    Almost seven in 10 judge Congress a failure so far

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    Despite their party controlling both chambers of Congress, only one in six Republicans (16%) approve of the job Congress is doing, the lowest yet in 2017. Half favor the law vs. 46% who oppose it. "Jose Felix and Donald Trump are advocating for a healthcare policy that will raise healthcare costs and kick millions of Americans off their insurance".
  • Long Island Student Dies in Football Practice Accident

    Long Island Student Dies in Football Practice Accident

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    Joshua Mileto, 16, was participating in a drill Thursday morning at the Farmingville, New York school, that involved carrying a log overhead, Fox 5 New York reported . A person at Mileto's home declined to speak with reporters. He was rushed to a hospital where he was pronounced dead. Sachem Superintendent Dr. Kenneth Graham extended condolences to Mileto's family and friends and said support services will be offered "for as long as needed".
  • BC joins legal battles against Trans Mountain pipeline expansion

    BC joins legal battles against Trans Mountain pipeline expansion

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    Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is a "threat" to British Columbia, said the province's environment minister as government lawyered up. With its approval from the National Energy Board late past year and endorsement under the previous BC Liberal government, Kinder Morgan has been pushing ahead in meeting outstanding conditions and getting ready for construction.
  • The opioid crisis is now a national emergency, Trump says

    The opioid crisis is now a national emergency, Trump says

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    While President Donald Trump's briefing on the current opioid epidemic in the USA on Tuesday was dominated by his aggressive threat to respond to North Korea's nuclear development program with "fire and fury", the president's comments on the opioid crisis were also met with concern by drug policy experts-as Trump indicated that he would not follow the recommendations of his own opioid crisis task force.
  • UN OKs new sanctions vs N. Korea. What next?

    UN OKs new sanctions vs N. Korea. What next?

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    It bans North Korean exports of coal, iron, iron ore, lead, lead ore and seafood and prohibits countries from hiring additional North Korean labourers. for their ties with North Korea's weapons programs. The foreign ministers of Japan, the United States and South Korea agreed Monday to ramp up global pressure on North Korea to compel the reclusive country to abandon its nuclear and ballistic missile programs.