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  • Donald Trump and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto

    Trump to Meet with Mexican President During Last Minute Trip

    NEW YORK — Donald Trump is traveling to Mexico Wednesday to meet with the country’s president just hours before he is set to deliver a speech focused on immigration policy. “I have accepted the invitation of President Enrique Pena Nieto, of Mexico, and look very much forward to meeting him tomorrow,” the Republican presidential nominee tweeted Tuesday. The office of the Mexican President confirmed in a tweet late Tuesday night that Trump had accepted Peña Nieto’s invitation and that the two […]

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    Mom says she was humiliated at Babies ‘R’ Us return counter after miscarriage

    CONNECTICUT — A woman who suffered a miscarriage was forced to reopen those traumatic wounds all over again, at a Babies “R” Us store in Waterbury, Connecticut. Jessica Huchko, of Watertown, Connecticut said she and her husband were excited to welcome a baby boy into their family of three girls, according to WFSB-TV. She went to Babies “R” Us to prepare for the special addition. “We pretty much had everything, but with car seats and strollers, you have to update them […]


    You Can Now Buy Airline Tickets With Monthly Payments

    NEW YORK – Dreaming of a vacation, but don’t have the cash for the airfare? You can now pay for your plane tickets in monthly installments. has teamed up with financial services company Affirm to allow fliers to take out three, six and 12-month purchase plans to cover their airfare. Here’s how it works: After selecting flights on CheapAir, customers can choose to make monthly payments on the checkout page. They have to provide their name, email and street […]

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    NJ Transit Officer Pulls Man From Tracks Seconds Before Train Arrives

    Secaucus, NJ — A New Jersey transit officer was faced with a difficult decision: Let go of the man lying on the tracks as a train barreled toward the station, or pull hard one last time and get them both to safety. Officer Victor Ortiz is now being hailed as a hero for saving a suicidal man who refused to budge in the face of an oncoming train. Ortiz was on his regular patrol of the Secaucus Junction terminal Friday […]

  • Operations restarted Monday, August, 29, 2016 at Los Angeles International Airport after terminals were cleared while police investigated reports of shots being fired, authorities said.

    LAX Returning to Normal after Panic Due to Unfounded Shooter Report

    (CNN) — Operations returned to normal Monday morning at Los Angeles International Airport after reports of a shooting sent panicked travelers sprinting through terminals and led police to evacuate the facility, authorities said. Los Angeles police searched the buildings and found no shooting occurred, police said. Loud noises caused the panic, they said. The investigation and a ground stop ordered by the Federal Aviation Administration disrupted air travel, causing the diversion of at least 27 flights to other airports and […]

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    Husband, wife forced to live in separate nursing homes after 62 years together

    SURREY, British Columbia – A photo posted online showing an elderly couple holding hands and crying has been shared thousands of times on Facebook. The reason is more heart-wrenching than the picture. Wolf and Anita Gottschalk of Surrey, B.C, have been married for 62 years. But they were admitted into separate nursing homes and, for the last eight months, have been forced to live apart. Every other day, a member of their family, usually their granddaughter Ashley Bartyik, drives the […]

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    ‘The Lord was helping’: ‘Ghostly figure’ appears in photo of Idaho fire that narrowly missed cabin

    BONE, Idaho — Jeanette Empey has titled the photo “The Fireman’s Guardian.” If you take a close look, you’ll see why. Empey’s husband, Bruce, took the picture on their ranch in Bone on Tuesday as the Henry’s Creek fire nearly destroyed their property. “My husband and son went up to the ranch Monday night after learning the fire had jumped the Bone Road and was heading toward our place,” Empey tells “Firemen showed up and told my husband the […]

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    New Malware Means You Need to Update Your iPhone

    SAN FRANCISCO — One of the most significant iPhone hacks to date was outed with a simple text message. Security researchers on Thursday announced they had discovered a new piece of iPhone malware that allowed attackers to see virtually everything on your iPhone. They traced the previously unknown spyware back to an Israeli-based company called the NSO Group. NSO openly sells software that it says can track a person’s mobile phone — and many of its clients are governments. At […]

  • Around the Games - Olympics: Day 7

    Ryan Lochte Charged with Falsely Reporting Crime

    U.S. swimmer Ryan Lochte has been charged with falsely reporting a crime according to Rio police. A statement from the department’s chief has requested a letter be sent to Lochte communicating the legal process related to the charges. A copy of the indictment also will be sent to the International Olympic Committee’s ethics commission. Lochte had reported the incident to  NBC, which is broadcasting the Olympics in the United States, saying the swimmers’ taxi was pulled over and men flashed a […]

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    Police: 10-year-old Girl Was Drugged with Meth, Sexually Assaulted and Killed; Mother, 2 Others Arrested

    ALBUQUERQUE — A 10-year-old girl was drugged, sexually assaulted and killed Wednesday in what the Albuquerque Police Department called one of the worst cases in the department’s history, according to a report. Police have arrested three people in the case: Michelle Martens, 35, the victim’s mother; 31-year-old Fabian Gonzales, the mother’s boyfriend; and his cousin, 31-year-old Jessica Kelley. Community gathers to get #JusticeforVictoria — KRQE News 13 (@krqe) August 25, 2016 Martens and Gonzales allegedly confessed to injecting the 10-year-old daughter […]

  • Trooper D.C. Graham of the West Virginia State Police bathes a baby found covered in vomit in the back seat of a car involved in a suspected DUI stop Tuesday, August 23, 2016 night.

    State Trooper Cares for Baby, Cleans Up Vomit After Driver Is Pulled Over for DUI

    Princeton, WV — It must have been a heartbreaking sight during a routine traffic stop — a baby in the backseat, covered in vomit. But no worries, because West Virginia state troopers knew just what to do. The baby was found after troopers pulled over a suspected drunk driver earlier this week in Princeton, Lt. Michael Baylous told CNN affiliate WCHS. Since the 1-year-old was drenched in vomit, the child was taken back to headquarters. There, trooper D.C Graham cleaned […]

  • Mementos, flags, flowers and messages adorn a fence in front of Pulse nightclub south of downtown Orlando on Tuesday, July 19, 2016, more than a month after the deadly attack there.

    Orlando Hospitals Won’t Bill Survivors of Pulse Nightclub Shooting

    (CNN) — After a gunman killed 49 people at an Orlando gay nightclub in June, survivors of the massacre faced a new nightmare: mounting medical bills. Orlando Health and Florida Hospital hope to provide some relief to the survivors, and say they will not bill victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting. The hospitals said Wednesday that survivors of the massacre will not have to pay for their medical expenses, which add up to millions of dollars. In addition to the […]


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