July, 22, 2019

FBI serves search warrant at Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and City Hall

FBI Serves Search Warrant At Los Angeles Department Of Water And Power And City Hall

FBI agents served a search warrant at Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and City Hall on Monday.

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Hawaii Telescope Protest Shuts Down 13 Observatories on Mauna Kea

Hawaii Telescope Protest Shuts Down 13 Observatories On Mauna Kea

Construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope was supposed to start on July 15

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Courtroom chaos: Video shows judge dragged away after her own sentencing

Courtroom Chaos: Video Shows Judge Dragged Away After Her Own Sentencing

Tracie Hunter, convicted of using her position to help a family member, was ordered to be taken into custody, which sparked outrage from supporters.

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Ex-Miss Michigan says pageant dethroned her for conservative views

Ex-Miss Michigan Says Pageant Dethroned Her For Conservative Views

The woman stripped of her Miss Michigan 2019 tiara for tweets that the pageant's organizers found offensive said Monday she stands by everything she says on social media, despite having apparently deleted one of the posts in question.

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Man suspected of gunning down reputed mob boss mistook him as 'deep state' figure

Man Suspected Of Gunning Down Reputed Mob Boss Mistook Him As 'deep State' Figure

The defense will claim that Anthony Comello was a Qanon conspiracy theorist when he shot Francesco "Franky Boy" Cali on Staten Island.

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Trump calls victims of his racist tweets 'racist' in wild and unfounded attack

Trump Calls Victims Of His Racist Tweets 'racist' In Wild And Unfounded Attack

'The 'Squad' is a very Racist group of troublemakers who are young, inexperienced, and not very smart'

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Scientists discovered a new species of tiny sharks that glow in the dark

Scientists Discovered A New Species Of Tiny Sharks That Glow In The Dark

Sharks are known to stalk and sniff out prey before they attack. But all this newly discovered shark species has to do is glow in the dark, and the prey comes to them.

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CBP: Over 1,000 African migrants arrested near Mexican border

CBP: Over 1,000 African Migrants Arrested Near Mexican Border

According to a new report from the U.S. Border Patrol, over 1,100 people from 19 different African countries have been arrested illegally crossing the border into the United States since May 30.

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Sweden drops investigation into alleged victim in A$AP Rocky brawl

Sweden Drops Investigation Into Alleged Victim In A$AP Rocky Brawl

An investigation into the Swedish man allegedly involved in a brawl with US rapper A$AP Rocky has been dropped, the man's lawyer, Magnus Stromberg, told CNN on Monday.

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Huawei secretly helped build North Korea's wireless network, leaked documents suggest

Huawei Secretly Helped Build North Korea's Wireless Network, Leaked Documents Suggest

Documents passed to the Washington Post by former Huawei employees indicate the company's involvement in North Korea.

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Triad gangsters attack Hong Kong protesters, police fails to intervene

Triad Gangsters Attack Hong Kong Protesters, Police Fails To Intervene

Men in white t-shirts, some armed with poles, stormed a subway station and attacked passengers. Witnesses said the masked men were attacking people that had been at the anti-government march.

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India launches second Moon mission

India Launches Second Moon Mission

The $145m Chandrayaan-2 aims to become the first space mission to land on the Moon's south pole.

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Iran claims it arrested 17 CIA spies, sentenced some to death

Iran Claims It Arrested 17 CIA Spies, Sentenced Some To Death

Tehran claims the Iranian nationals recruited by the CIA were working at sensitive nuclear and military sites in Iran; Trump calls the report "totally false"

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Federal government found 'go back to your country' phrase to be considered discriminatory in cases

Federal Government Found 'go Back To Your Country' Phrase To Be Considered Discriminatory In Cases

The federal government and the court system have deemed variations of the phrase "go back to where you came from" when used by employees to be discriminatory, cases reviewed by CNN show.

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Beaver Falls man charged with criminal homicide

Beaver Falls Man Charged With Criminal Homicide

A 41-year-old Beaver Falls man is facing criminal homicide and aggravated assault charges after police say he fatally shot a 17-year-old pizza shop employee Friday on Highland Avenue because the

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Whirlpool finally recalls fire-risk tumble dryers

Whirlpool Finally Recalls Fire-risk Tumble Dryers

Home appliance maker Whirlpool has launched a recall of hundreds of thousands of tumble dryers from UK homes, years after it emerged they are at risk of catching fire.

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'Bizarre, blatant distortion': Beijing claims Uyghurs were forced to convert to Islam

'Bizarre, Blatant Distortion': Beijing Claims Uyghurs Were Forced To Convert To Islam

The Uyghur ethnic minority in Xinjiang were forced to become Muslim and have been an integral part of China for thousands of years, Beijing says in a new report.

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Warren warns of 'coming economic crash'

Warren Warns Of 'coming Economic Crash'

'Warning lights are flashing," the Democratic presidential candidate says.

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Federal Officials Are Illegally Campaigning for Trump at Work

Federal Officials Are Illegally Campaigning For Trump At Work

A trend may be emerging after the Trump administration took no action against a "repeat offender."

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Protesters trap legislators inside community center as Puerto Rico braces for massive protest

Protesters Trap Legislators Inside Community Center As Puerto Rico Braces For Massive Protest

Embattled Gov. Ricardo Rossello's announcement that he won't run again but also won't quit is proving far from enough to satisfy ardent critics

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