• Man charged with murder after vehicle mows down pedestrians in Time Square

    Man charged with murder after vehicle mows down pedestrians in Time Square

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    A speeding red sedan struck pedestrians on a sidewalk in New York City's Times Square yesterday, killing at least one person. The New York Police Department charged Richard Rojas, 26, with murder, 20 counts of attempted murder and five counts of aggravated vehicular homicide on the evening of May 18, just hours after he plowed his auto onto the sidewalk of the busiest area of New York City, police confirmed to the New York Post .
  • Dayton vetoes bill for teacher licensing overhaul

    Dayton vetoes bill for teacher licensing overhaul

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    Meanwhile, the Democratic governor and Republican legislative leaders are in a standoff over the budget. It will take a bit of time for the state to produce the new licenses and the security system as required by the federal government. This will also allow people with Real ID's to enter military bases. The new Real ID licenses will have the same renewal fees as standard licenses, Smith said.
  • 6 suspected child lifters lynched in Jharkhand

    6 suspected child lifters lynched in Jharkhand

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    While ruling out any communal motive to the incident, police said child-kidnapping rumours in the region may have caused the incident. "We have received information that six people were beaten to death by mobs at two different places over child theft rumors yesterday", a police official in Ranchi told Xinhua.
  • President Temer refuses to step down amid corruption chaos

    President Temer refuses to step down amid corruption chaos

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    That image of being above it all has certainly worked in one way for Temer: while much of the rest of the political elite became embroiled in corruption scandals, the president remained remarkably untouched. Already a Who's Who of the elite has been imprisoned or placed under investigation. Rousseff was impeached past year after the Senate found her guilty of breaking budgetary laws amid the swirling corruption investigation - though she herself was not accused of corruption.
  • Microsoft's free custom support could have stopped 'WannaCrypt'

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    A decade-old form of malicious software known as ransomware has been making headlines after cybercriminals hijacked hundreds of thousands of computers worldwide. We must be better prepared for the next cyberattack, whenever it comes and in whatever form it takes. The spread and disruption of WannaCry "is a powerful reminder that information technology basics like keeping computers current and patched are a high responsibility for everyone, and it's something every top executive should support".
  • Mom warns parents after daughter chokes on fidget spinner

    Mom warns parents after daughter chokes on fidget spinner

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    Joniec said she is sharing the story in hopes that parents of young children will realize these toys can pose a potential choking hazard . If you know a middle school kid, or a parent or teacher of one, chances are you've seen the simple little colorful device that's driving them all insane lately.
  • Bouncer tackled fleeing Times Square driver

    Bouncer tackled fleeing Times Square driver

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    The New York Fire Department said that four people were in a critical condition, three were seriously hurt and 15 were "less serious". Police who took the driver into custody identified him as Richard Rojas , 26, from the New York City borough of the Bronx.
  • Dem calls for Trump impeachment on House floor

    Dem calls for Trump impeachment on House floor

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    The new willingness to investigate the Trump-related links to Russian Federation came after associates of then-FBI Director James Comey, whom Trump abruptly fired last week while he was heading the agency's Russian Federation probe, said that Comey wrote notes after a February meeting with the president saying that Trump had asked him to drop a probe of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.
  • UNICEF urges better protection for refugee and migrant children

    UNICEF urges better protection for refugee and migrant children

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    One 17-year-old girl from Nigeria told Unicef that she was trapped in Libya for three months and sexually assaulted by her smuggler-turned-trafficker as she attempted to travel alone to Italy. "We must build upon the work done to bring children to safety from Calais a year ago and improve our rules on family reunion". Most children from Central America migrate to escape gang violence and poverty, or to join relatives living overseas.