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  • Kids in tow, Prince William, Kate begin visit to Canada

    Kids in tow, Prince William, Kate begin visit to Canada

    Will and Catherine will meet with the Heiltsuk First Nations, where they'll stop by a school and be treated to a traditional ceremony. "Their visit will not only showcase this global ecological treasure it'll bring attention and spotlight forest conservation in the world", said Linda Hannah with the Nature Conservancy of Canada.

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  • Royal couple visiting Great Bear Rainforest in Bella Bella today

    Royal couple visiting Great Bear Rainforest in Bella Bella today

    Apart from enjoying the virgin beauty of the land, William and Kate will take part in cultural ceremonies at the Wawiskas Community Hall in Bella Bella. Shortly after their arrival in Victoria on Saturday, the family was welcomed by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. It's a more casual outfit than the blue Jenny Packham dress and matching hat that Kate wore when she and her family arrived in Canada yesterday.

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  • Senator Says Smartphone Emergency Alert System Is 'Stuck In The 90s'

    Senator Says Smartphone Emergency Alert System Is 'Stuck In The 90s'

    That is not to say that someone else wasn't aware of Rahami's intentions and that the suspect wasn't inspired by a group such as the Islamic State, Schumer said. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said the alerts have proven to be a valuable tool. The 28-year-old was arrested later in the day. "But I really find that the worst of Monday morning quarterbacking is for people to critique an approach that actually helped catch a terrorist".

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  • Nationwide Emergency Alert System test scheduled Wednesday

    Nationwide Emergency Alert System test scheduled Wednesday

    Last week, WEA notifications were sent to millions of New Yorkers to help aid in the search for Ahmad Rahami, the suspect in the Chelsea bombing. Schumer said in a press release on Sunday, Sept. The commission's chairman, Tom Wheeler, said earlier this month that the new rule "would enable the public to receive additional, vital information in wireless alerts".

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  • Typhoon Megi slams into Taiwan

    Typhoon Megi's bands of heavy rain and 162-kilometers- (100 miles-) per-hour sustained winds blanketed the island by midafternoon as the eye of the storm made landfall on the east coast. Typhoon Megi is the third storm system to hit Taiwan in the last two weeks. The typhoon was moving across Taiwan and expected to head into the Taiwan Strait and on towards China today where it will make landfall in the south-eastern province of Fujian.

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  • Taiwan shuts down as typhoon Megi strikes

    Strong winds buffeted the capital of Taipei , with wind gusts reaching at least 63 miles per hour at the city's worldwide airport despite the fact that the center of the storm made landfall about 100 miles to the south of the city, in Haulien.

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  • Flanagan calls on Russian Federation to recognise "catastrophic consequences" in Aleppo

    At an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council to demand Russian Federation rein in its ally, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, and halt intense air strikes, Moscow and Damascus were repeatedly accused of war crimes. At the start of that meeting the UN's top envoy to Syria accused the government of unleashing "unprecedented military violence" against civilians in Aleppo.

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  • FBI data show increase in murder, violent crime in 2015

    Total violent crime has fallen by 9.6 percent. The FBI's annual report showed that the prevalence of murder, rape and assault edged up previous year after long-term decreases. "Crime was and remains quite low". Brick's population is listed at 76,097, an increase of 102 residents over 2014 and an increase of 775 residents since 2011, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation reports, and the township had 131 full-time law enforcement officers in 2015, according to the data .

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  • One Dead, One in Custody After Las Vegas Shooting

    One Dead, One in Custody After Las Vegas Shooting

    The victim who was in his 40's, was bleeding heavily when cops arrived and rushed to hospital, where he later died from his injuries. According to Police Lieutenant Dan McGrath, the suspect had a violent history and shouldn't have had a handgun.

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  • Trump Campaign Backtracks On Inviting Gennifer Flowers To Debate

    Trump Campaign Backtracks On Inviting Gennifer Flowers To Debate

    The survey shows likely voters split 46% for Clinton and 44% for Trump - with 5% supporting Libertarian Gary Johnson and 1% backing the Green Party's Jill Stein. Brown's comments came a day ahead of this year's first presidential debate, which will be moderated by " NBC Nightly News" host Lester Holt at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York.

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  • Reuters Poll: Voters Downplaying Hillary Clinton's Health Concerns

    Alexander gave a warning before describing the exchange, telling viewers, "Excuse me as I read it to you..." "After the campaign, I hope both candidates have a regular exercise schedule because that's good for all of us", he said . It's tough because of the way I live, but the one thing I would like to do is be able to drop 15, 20 pounds. Now that both presidential candidates have released portions of their medical records (his and hers), voters are looking at two older people who are ...

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  • Trump Touts Plan That Would Grow Economy 3.5%

    On Thursday, Donald Trump promised to kickstart a decade of economic growth if elected president. He added the plan would create 25 million jobs over a decade. He now wants to cap deductions at $100,000 for a single filer and $200,000 for a married couple. Trump has proposed cutting the tax rates for individuals across the board, taking the top tax rate to 33 percent - down from 39.6 percent now.

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  • Jacob Wetterling Case Solved After the Monster Confesses

    Your current subscription does not provide access to this content. "Thank you for your hope". Afterward, Jacob asked whether Heinrich was taking him home. The gun didn't fire. He fired two more shots and that was when Wetterling fell to the ground. "I'm still processing it in some ways", he told WCCO-TV .

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  • Trump Says Campaigning Is 'a Form of Exercise' on 'Dr. Oz'

    Trump Says Campaigning Is 'a Form of Exercise' on 'Dr. Oz'

    Trump recorded an interview Wednesday with Dr. Mehmet Oz, which will be aired Thursday afternoon. Trump said that he sometimes plays golf with New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. Trump , for his part, McCaskill said, is "promising things that are totally not true" and "lying nearly every time he opens his mouth". Still, some pointed out the curiosity of sharing such a detail, with The Boston Globe's Matt Viser tweeting that "John McCain released 1,200 pages of medical ...

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  • Federal order forbids Samsung Galaxy Note 7 use on planes

    Federal order forbids Samsung Galaxy Note 7 use on planes

    It was drawing favorable reviews for the phone, which started at $850 in the US, before consumers began reporting problems with the battery overheating, sometimes causing fires or explosions. In the United States, there have been 92 reports of batteries overheating, including 26 reports of burns and 55 reports of property damage, including fires in cars and a garage, the commission said in a notice.

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  • Economists: Trump's economic plans depend on unlikely growth

    At the same time, Trump said his economic strategy - which includes overhauling government regulations, trade and energy policies - would boost US economic growth to 3.5% a year on average, up from 2% in recent years. The remaining deficit would be shaved by reducing government spending, although Trump said there would be no reduction in defense and Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, which together make up about three-quarters of the federal budget.

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  • Michelle Obama debuts as Ellen DeGeneres' co-host

    Michelle Obama debuts as Ellen DeGeneres' co-host

    And while she added that Sasha , 15, and Malia , 18, are ready to move out, she's sure "the girls will have a tough time". "They've loved us, they've taken care of us". Michelle Obama has revealed that her husband, one of the most powerful people in the world, has a common insecurity: the size of his ears. "I mean, I just love them to death and the big thing I've always anxious about was making sure that they got out of this whole".

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