Daily Archives: September 3, 2017

WALMART BULLET-IN Michigan woman pulls gun in school supplies fight

A scuffle in a Michigan Walmart over a notebook escalated when a woman pulled a loaded gun, scattering shoppers, and now state prosecutors reportedly are weighing whether to bring charges. The trouble began when the woman’s 20-year-old daughter allegedly grabbed ...

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Analysis: Does team Trump have an Africa plan?

When Kenya’s top court annulled last month’s presidential election results, Donald Trump’s mind was elsewhere. The US president was tweeting about stock market growth and his old political nemesis, Hillary Clinton.  In fairness, the billionaire has a lot on his ...

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Bucs deal Wilcox to Steelers after adding Ward

5:47 PM ET TAMPA, Fla. — The Buccaneers traded safety J.J. Wilcox to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday in exchange for a sixth-round draft pick in 2018. The move created a roster spot for safety T.J. Ward, who agreed to ...

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Nigeria: Police Raid Kidnappers’ Dens, Kill 13 Suspects

[Vanguard] Asaba -POLICE have swooped on suspected kidnappers trailed to their hideouts at different parts of Delta State, killing 13 suspects, apprehending 26, including two women, out of 19 cases reported in the last one month. AllAfrica News: Latest

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‘Time is crucial’: MMIWG asks for 2-year extension

The commissioners in charge of the problem-plagued national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls are asking the federal government for a two-year extension to carry out their work. CBC | Canada News

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HISTORY OF DANGER? Flooded Texas plant had serious safety violations

The flooded Texas chemical plant where explosions forced evacuations last week had received 10 serious violations over workplace safety recently, according to a report obtained by Fox News. The Arkema plant was storing approximately 500,000 pounds of organic peroxide, which ...

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Mattis warns N Korea of 'massive military response'

The US will launch a “massive military response” to any threats from North Korea, Secretary of Defense James Mattis said after Pyongyang conducted its most powerful nuclear test yet.  North Korea’s 6th nuclear test “Any threat to the United States ...

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Sharapova ousted by Sevastova in fourth round

5:39 PM ET Associated Press NEW YORK — Maybe this was just one three-setter too many for Maria Sharapova. Sharapova tried a bit of everything, even resorting to switching over her racket to hit a few lefty shots. Still, the ...

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