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Amber Alert issued for Richardson toddler believed to be in grave danger

Amber Alert issued for Richardson toddler believed to be in grave danger

She is approximately 3 ft. tall, weighing 22 pounds. Authorities believe she is in immediate danger. Police say she was last seen at around 3:00 a.m. Officers also towed three cars from the family's home saying they were going to be searched for any potential evidence. KSAT-TV reports she was last seen October 7 wearing a pink top and black pajama bottoms. Consulte Mais Informação

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No clear motive yet in Vegas shooting

No clear motive yet in Vegas shooting

Investigators also found a note containing numbers inside the hotel suite, but police say it was not a suicide note or manifesto. "We may never know with a 100 percent certainty", he said . He fired into the crowd using his arsenal of more than 20 assault rifles and killed himself shortly before police burst into his room. On Tuesday, his girlfriend returned to the US from the Philippines and told investigators she had no idea of plans for the massacre. Consulte Mais Informação

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'They had these attractive, soft towels …'

'They had these attractive, soft towels …'

U.S. President Donald Trump defended his decision to toss "beautiful, soft" paper towels into a crowd of hurricane victims in Puerto Rico last week, and lashed out at the media for making a big deal out of it. "And when I look at those people they are just hating". Throw 'em to me, Mr. President!' And so I'm doing [imitates basketball-shooting motion] - so the next day they said 'Oh it was so disrespectful to the people.' It was just a made-up thing. Consulte Mais Informação

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Vegas shooter's girlfriend says had no idea Paddock was 'planning violence'

Vegas shooter's girlfriend says had no idea Paddock was 'planning violence'

Gunman Stephen Paddock's personal life, mental health, political affiliation and finances are being scrutinised but have not yet offered any clues, Undersheriff Kevin McMahill said. In a new disclosure, authorities said two bullets Paddock fired struck a large jet fuel storage tank at the edge of the city's main airport, about a block from the concert grounds, indicating an apparent attempt by the gunman to create even greater havoc. Consulte Mais Informação

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Student expelled for not standing sues school district and principal

Student expelled for not standing sues school district and principal

The head principal saw Landry sitting during the pledge while she was in the administration's offices. India says she has no intention of standing for the pledge in the future. "Students can not be instantly expelled except for being a danger", said the Houston-based civil rights lawyer. "The only danger appeared to be that her sitting whipped Principal Strother into a political frenzy". Consulte Mais Informação

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Columbus Day Quarrel: Movement to Abolish Columbus Day Gaining Momentum

Columbus Day Quarrel: Movement to Abolish Columbus Day Gaining Momentum

However, Native Americans reject the notion and condemn his atrocities towards indigenous peoples. Many places that have adopted Indigenous Peoples' Day since then, including Alaska, have sizable Indigenous populations. Many people see the holiday as a celebration of Italian heritage as much as a celebration of the explorer. We spoke to Brian Cladoosby, president of the National Congress of American Indians, who said the USA doesn't teach the true history of Columbus' intent in coming to ... Consulte Mais Informação

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Reporter nearly wiped out by flying chair during Hurricane Nate

US Gulf Coast residents scrambled with last-minute preparations ahead of Hurricane Nate , expected to make landfall late Saturday as a Category Two storm after unleashing deadly flooding in Central America. In addition to areas in Mississippi, Alabama, and Louisiana that will be hit by the storm soon, the hurricane is threatening offshore oil and energy production in the Gulf of Mexico, meaning that damage from the storm could affect energy prices for the whole of the United States if ... Consulte Mais Informação

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Track Hurricane Nate with webcams along the Gulf Coast

Track Hurricane Nate with webcams along the Gulf Coast

Jackson County was on the " dirty side " of the hurricane and emergency officials are seeing a 6-feet storm surge. Most rain will move from the southeast to the northwest. 3-4 inches of rain is likely to fall across areas east of I-65 with locally heavier amounts possible. About 2,000 people were affected. Nate, which was earlier estimated to make landfall around midnight Saturday, escalated to a Category 1 hurricane late Friday night. Consulte Mais Informação

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Vice President Mike Pence leaves National Football League game because of players who protested

Vice President Mike Pence leaves National Football League game because of players who protested

CBS reports that Kaepernick told a sportswriter that he would stand during the national anthem if given a chance to play with the NFL again. Prior to the game, Pence tweeted that he was looking forward to cheering for the Colts . In a post on social media, Pence confirmed he had left after the protest took place, missing the game, because he believed the actions of the players disrespected the flag. Consulte Mais Informação

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Tit-for-tat May See US Media Outlets Banned in Russian Federation

Tit-for-tat May See US Media Outlets Banned in Russian Federation

American media outlets could soon see new operational barriers in Russia as punishment for US scrutiny over Russian state-funded outlet RT, a spokesperson for the Russian foreign ministry told Russian broadcaster NTV on Sunday. In a report Monday, RT blasted the edict as overreaching. Last week, media reported that the US Senate Intelligence Committee asked senior managers from Facebook, Google and Twitter to testify in front of the US Congress at a public hearing scheduled for October ... Consulte Mais Informação

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Senado diz ao STF que não aceita medidas cautelares contra congressistas

Senado diz ao STF que não aceita medidas cautelares contra congressistas

Isso porque o Judiciário não poderia interferir em outro Poder. A ação argumenta se, assim como na prisão, o Congresso não precisaria dar aval para decisões do Supremo sobre medidas cautelares. Na ocasião, os advogados da Casa, então presidida por Renan Calheiros (PMDB-AL), afirmaram que a aplicação de medidas cautelares -tal como a suspensão do mandato- é possível, desde que seja aprovada pelo Congresso Nacional. Consulte Mais Informação

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