• Shooting breaks out at California's Del Mar race track
Shooting breaks out at California's Del Mar race track

Witnesses said the man had fired three shots and that sheriff's deputies had tried to stop him with a Taser before opening fire, CNN affiliate CBS 8 reported . "The racetrack has always been refuge from realities of our World, today shortly after last race at Del Mar Racing, several shots were fired yards from our TVG set during brawl outside Foun...

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  • Buhari arrives China for summit
Buhari arrives China for summit

The announcement included new measures, which were implemented from 2016 to 2018, and were aimed at addressing the three bottlenecks in Africa that are hampering development in the continent: poor infrastructure, lack of skilled personnel and lack of capital sources.

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  • John McCain to be honored at Washington National Cathedral memorial service
John McCain to be honored at Washington National Cathedral memorial service

McCain, who died last Saturday at age 81 after fighting brain cancer, was one of the leading U.S. political figures in the last few decades after being a prisoner of war in Vietnam and serving as a senator from Arizona for more than 30 years.

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  • United States ends funding of UN agency for Palestinian refugees
United States ends funding of UN agency for Palestinian refugees

The 68-year-old agency says it provides services to about 5 million Palestinian refugees in Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and the West Bank and Gaza. Since 2009, the annual contribution from the United States has ranged between $US233 million ($324 million) and almost $US400 million - about a quarter of the agency's budget.

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  • At Least 4 Dead Following Bus Crash in New Mexico
At Least 4 Dead Following Bus Crash in New Mexico

All but six people involved in the crash were taken to hospitals. As of Thursday night, seven deaths had been confirmed. It collided with the truck around 12 pm on Interstate 40 near the city of Thoreau, about 100 miles west of Albuquerque, the state police said.

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  • After church service, Sen. McCain to depart Arizona for last time
After church service, Sen. McCain to depart Arizona for last time

Before Bob Dole bonded with John McCain as a fellow Republican congressman and war casualty, the longtime senator from Kansas wore a prisoner of war bracelet engraved with his hero's name. Bush . In his last hours, McCain turned down further medical treatment. Ted Kennedy, the MA liberal, who died of the same brain cancer nine years earlier and...

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  • Syria Idlib: UN warns of threat to civilians if new offensive begins
Syria Idlib: UN warns of threat to civilians if new offensive begins

Syrian rebel fighters (left) prepare in anticipation of an attack in the Idlib province on Thursday. The presence of the Russian navy in the Mediterranean Sea and reports of the regime poised for a "phased offensive" in Idlib raised concerns about the safety of Syrians already displaced by war and a renewed displacement.

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  • Mystery woman who rang doorbells at night identified as boyfriend found dead
Mystery woman who rang doorbells at night identified as boyfriend found dead

When they arrived, deputies found the body of the woman's 48-year-old boyfriend inside. "She is safe and is with family at this time", said Lt. Scott Spencer, a sheriff's office spokesman. The homeowner was "awaken by their doorbell", police said. The fact that she hasn't turned herself in at all, and that police feel it's enough to launch an inv...

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  • Trump Says China To Blame For Hurting U.S.-North Korean Relations
Trump Says China To Blame For Hurting U.S.-North Korean Relations

CBN News has uncovered that Pompeo received the letter from Kim Yong Chol, vice chairman of North Korea's ruling Workers' Party Central Committee, on Friday morning. In the past week, while they were talking, the United States slapped tariffs on a further US$16 billion in Chinese imports. Nobody actually believes that.

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  • McGahn Will Exit White House Soon
McGahn Will Exit White House Soon

During his time as White House counsel, McGahn repeatedly butted heads with Trump and occupied a position rife with conflicts. He also helped guide Trump's selection of Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch and the president's nomination of Kavanaugh and helped oversee a dramatic rollback of Obama era regulations.

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  • Trump Turns Sessions' Words Against Him in New Blast
Trump Turns Sessions' Words Against Him in New Blast

Another element of Trump's bad week is his public feud with Attorney General Jeff Sessions , and Scaramucci said he understands the President's frustrations even if he's not sure it's a good idea to be so public about it. Trump blaming all of this on Sessions' recusal. Mr Trump has been vociferous in his criticism of the Department of Justice....

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  • What we know about Jacksonville gunman David Katz
What we know about Jacksonville gunman David Katz

An avid gamer, Robertson was known for his success in " Madden " and had played 18 games as part of the Madden community and won 72 percent of the time . The FBI and Baltimore Police on August 26 the home of Katz and interviewed family members, the agencies wrote on social media . "We send our love, condolences, and deepest sense of sor...

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  • After long fight against brain cancer, McCain ends treatment
After long fight against brain cancer, McCain ends treatment

McCain, who died Saturday at 81, is a decorated Vietnam War hero who spent more than five years as a prisoner-of-war and served in the Senate for six terms. McCain was long known for his military service as a war hero, a presidential nominee, running against then-Senator Barack Obama in 2008. " John McCain's life is proof that some truths ar...

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  • Former top Vatican official says pope should resign over abuse crisis
Former top Vatican official says pope should resign over abuse crisis

Matt Malone, editor of the Jesuit magazine America, who in a series of 13 tweets provided links to news reports, photos and other evidence of McCarrick's very public ministry in the years that he was purportedly to have retired to a lifetime of prayer and penance devoid of public ministry.

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  • Trump called off Pompeo's North Korea visit after belligerent letter
Trump called off Pompeo's North Korea visit after belligerent letter

The back-channel exchanges flourished during the previous "Sunshine" era of inter-Korean detente, but the number has sharply decreased in recent years; many elderly refugees in South Korea have died, and North Korea has tightened control on its once-porous border with China.

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  • Bishop might’ve been popular PM: Shorten
Bishop might’ve been popular PM: Shorten

Asked if the Liberal Party could bring itself to elect a popular female leader, Ms Bishop said: "When we find one, I'm sure they will". "He should not be doing it", Mr Joyce said. Mr Dutton, whose first challenge on Tuesday sparked the crisis that ultimately toppled Mr Turnbull, returns as home affairs minister in an apparent attempt by Mr Morr...

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  • Cohen's Lawyer Walks Back Claim Trump Knew of Russia Meeting
Cohen's Lawyer Walks Back Claim Trump Knew of Russia Meeting

Stone told the conservative website Political Insider in an interview posted Friday that he believed Mueller would indict Donald Trump Jr . for lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation about the reason for his 2016 meeting with a Kremlin-linked lawyer at Trump Tower.

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  • Rohingyas continue to battle uncertain future in Bangladesh camps
Rohingyas continue to battle uncertain future in Bangladesh camps

Half the Rohingya children who crossed into Bangladesh without their parents were actually orphaned by violence in Myanmar and not separated from them during the refugee exodus as previously thought, new research showed Thursday. "The danger of terrorist activities, which was the initial cause of events leading to the humanitarian crisis in Rakhine...

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  • Thomas Cook removes Egypt hotel guests after United Kingdom couple dies
Thomas Cook removes Egypt hotel guests after United Kingdom couple dies

Britain's Thomas Cook , which organized the trip, said on Friday it had received further reports of illness among guests at the hotel, without elaborating. He added: "The doctor's preliminary report indicates that death was due to natural causes". Alison Cope, 44, from Moseley, Birmingham, who was among those who made a decision to fly home, sai...

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  • Cardinals, Arizona teams honor Sen. John McCain
Cardinals, Arizona teams honor Sen. John McCain

A black hearse, accompanied by a police motorcade, could be seen driving away from the ranch near Sedona where McCain spent his final weeks. Gov. Doug Ducey, R-Ariz., does not plan to announce his selection of a Senate successor to McCain until after McCain's burial.

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  • John McCain’s death leads to outpouring from foes and allies
John McCain’s death leads to outpouring from foes and allies

Melania urged Donald to work with a speechwriter to compose a touching tribute to John, but he refused, claiming it would come across as phony given their highly contentious relationship prior to his passing". McCain, 81, died a day after his announcement. Co-host Anthony Mason asked, "One of his colleagues said yesterday we're losing John McCai...

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  • Taylor Robertson SpotMe: Tribute to Madden Shooting Victim
Taylor Robertson SpotMe: Tribute to Madden Shooting Victim

Add Jacksonville Mass Shooting as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Jacksonville Mass Shooting news, video, and analysis from ABC News. They said he killed two people before taking his own life, but declined to comment on his motive. All were listed in good condition and one was expected to be discharged later on Monday, he said.

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  • 'It's tough to bury your child': Heartbreak of John McCain's mother Roberta
'It's tough to bury your child': Heartbreak of John McCain's mother Roberta

Mr. Bush, who defeated McCain for the GOP nomination in 2000, issued a statement hailing McCain as "a man of deep conviction and a patriot of the highest order". "Nothing will overcome the loss of Senator McCain, but so that generations remember him I will be introducing a resolution". US Senator John McCain's service to his country began mor...

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  • Jacksonville Shooting: Police Report Multiple Dead at Madden 19 Tournament
Jacksonville Shooting: Police Report Multiple Dead at Madden 19 Tournament

Authorities believe 24-year-old David Katz of Baltimore carried out the attack using at least one handgun at the Jacksonville Landing, a collection of restaurants and shops along the St. The tournament was the Southeastern Qualifier for the Madden NFL 19 Championship Series. "Don't hesitate to secure your spot", the post read in part.

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  • Officials report some headway on wildfires, but thick smoke hangs over BC
Officials report some headway on wildfires, but thick smoke hangs over BC

While a special weather statement is still in effect for the Metro Vancouver region, the cooler temperatures and light rain have helped ease the smoke. Residents in Portland, Ore., who were up early saw a blood-red sun shrouded in smoke and huffed their way through another day of polluted air. More than 2,000 evacuees headed to Prince George afte...

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