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The aquarium's assistant husbandry director, Jamie Shank, accompanied police on the trip to the suspect's house, where she removed the horn shark from a large tank to identify and inspect it. Three men are facing felony theft charges in Texas after they allegedly pulled what can only be described as the oldest trick in the book: stealing a shark from an aquarium and smuggling it out of the building in a baby stroller.
  • Trump threatens to shut down government over border wall

    Trump threatens to shut down government over border wall

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    We need great people coming into our Country!" he tweeted . Democrats have been dead-set against funding the wall without legislation that would keep DACA - the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals . Spending bills have appropriated funds to replace existing walls or barriers, something Trump has tried to promote to his supporters as signs of progress.
  • 14 dead after natural disaster hits Indonesian island of Lombok

    14 dead after natural disaster hits Indonesian island of Lombok

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    Five children were among those killed by the 6.4-magnitude tremor, which sent people running in panic and triggered landslides. The largest aftershock was recorded at 5.7 magnitude, said Indonesia's disaster mitigation agency. It struck 50 km (30 miles) northeast of the island's main city Mataram, the survey added. "All my neighbours also ran outside and the electricity was suddenly cut off", he told Agence France-Presse.
  • Police say 3 killed, 7 injured; 2 suspects

    Police say 3 killed, 7 injured; 2 suspects

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    He said they fired a couple of times at one person during the incident, which occurred around 8:30 p.m. about 3 miles from the French Quarter. The injured victims have been taken to an area hospital, Looney says. "A lot of people saw and heard what happened". "We need them to know that they can trust us and come to us". He urged anyone affected by Saturday night's carnage to not "take matters into their own hands", saying his officers would work relentlessly to catch those responsible.
  • L.A. Judge Considers Gag Order Request in Stormy Daniels Case

    L.A. Judge Considers Gag Order Request in Stormy Daniels Case

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    James Otero, will also focus on the next steps in Daniels' litigation against Cohen and the president. The judge referenced Blakely's court filing earlier this month that referred to Avenatti as a "small-town carnival magician" with a bag of tricks using the First Amendment - and he chided Blakely by saying, "I'm not sure you appreciate the significance of your request".
  • Mugabe hints he may vote for opposition leader Chamisa

    Mugabe hints he may vote for opposition leader Chamisa

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    His longtime ally and former Vice President, Emerson Mnangagwa was chosen to complete his term as the electoral body organizes general elections. Mugabe , who has backed a new political party that is part of a coalition supporting Chamisa, said of him: "He seems to be doing well at his rallies".
  • Powerful 6.4-magnitude quake strikes Indonesia: USGS

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    A spokeswoman said 33 people were also injured. More than 120 aftershocks were recorded, the biggest measuring 5.7, according to Indonesia's meteorological agency. "Residents refused to enter their houses as prolonged aftershocks are still being felt", he said. Several Facebook accounts, including that of Thailand Mountaineering and Trekking Club, reported Thai mountaineers were unable to leave the volcano due to a landslide that followed the 6.4-magnitude quake.
  • Trump warns of government shutdown over border security

    Trump warns of government shutdown over border security

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    The Republican president has used the threat of a government shutdown several times since taking office in 2017 in a bid to get his priorities in congressional spending bills, especially funding for a wall along the southern USA border. Trump's declaration on Sunday might not sit well with some in Congress, especially Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell . McConnell canceled most of the Senate's recess to give senators time to work on the annual spending bills that fund government ...