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CNN Most RecentAug 17, 2019
Trump calls out Antifa as Portland, Orgeon, braces for dueling protests
President Donald Trump on Saturday said "major consideration" is being given to designating Antifa an "organization of domestic terror," as the left-wing anti-fascist demonstrators were expected to show up in Portland, Oregon, to counterprotest a gathering of far-right and extremist groups.

CNN Most RecentAug 17, 2019
The Washington Post fuels Epstein conspiracies, but experts say evidence still consistent with suicide
The Washington Post's story helped fuel conspiracy theories surrounding Jeffrey Epstein's death, which authorities have called an apparent suicide.

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Official autopsy concludes Epstein's death was suicide by hanging (Reuters US News)

CNN Most RecentAug 17, 2019
Rep. Rashida Tlaib says she won't visit Israel after being allowed to enter on humanitarian grounds
Rep. Rashida Tlaib said Friday she would not visit Israel after the country granted permission for her to enter the country on humanitarian grounds to visit her family in the West Bank a day after blocking her and fellow Rep. Ilhan Omar from visiting the country.

CNN Top StoriesAug 17, 2019
The man seen placing rice cookers around downtown New York is in custody, police say
The man who police say is seen on video dropping off rice cookers Friday in downtown New York was taken into custody early Saturday morning, a law enforcement source with knowledge of the investigation said.

USATODAY.com News - Top StoriesAug 17, 2019
Trump weighs in as Portland awaits protests from far-right rally, far-left antifa forces
Trump commented on the possible confrontation by tweeting that the city is "being watched very closely" and that he hopes the mayor will "do his job."       

Reuters Top NewsAug 17, 2019
Hong Kongers rally against government under stormy skies
Thousands of school teachers joined an 11th weekend of anti-government protests in Hong Kong on Saturday, as shops pulled down their shutters and braced for another restive summer night.

CNN Most RecentAug 17, 2019
White House moving forward with plan to cancel foreign aid, teeing up fight with Congress
The Trump administration has finalized and is moving forward with a plan to cancel billions of dollars in foreign aid funding, a senior administration official told CNN on Saturday, teeing up a fight between the White House and Congress over the rarely used and controversial move known as rescission.

CNN Top StoriesAug 17, 2019
Trump says Antifa being considered a possible terror organization
President Donald Trump on Saturday called for Antifa to be a designated an "organization of domestic terror," as the left-wing anti-fascist demonstrators were expected to show up in Portland, Oregon, to counterprotest a gathering of far-right and extremist groups.

CNN Top StoriesAug 17, 2019
A black teen ran out with a $2 beer. Then a Tennessee store clerk followed him and shot him dead
A jury found a grocery clerk guilty of killing a 17-year-old boy who ran out of the store with a beer he didn't pay for in Memphis, Tennessee, in a case that had sparked protests, authorities said.

USATODAY.com News - Top StoriesAug 17, 2019
Weeks since Gilroy, El Paso and Dayton: What if motives behind mass shootings never emerge?
As the U.S. grapples with a rash of mass shootings, families are left to wonder what prompted the violence. But many times there are no clear answers.       

CNN Top StoriesAug 17, 2019
27 unaccompanied minors will be allowed to get off a migrant ship in Italy after far-right Salvini loosens his ban
The 27 unaccompanied minors aboard a Spanish humanitarian ship will be allowed to disembark in Italy following a bitter political standoff between Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte and far-right Interior Minister Matteo Salvini.

NY Post National NewsAug 17, 2019
Mexico begins busing migrants to southern border as they await asylum trials
Mexico is sending some of the 30,000 Central American migrants vying for asylum in the United States on 750-mile bus rides — all the way back to southern Mexico, officials said. The "Remain in Mexico" program pushed by the Trump administration has forced thousands of asylum seekers back to Mexico to wait months to get...

Reuters US NewsAug 17, 2019
Suspect in New York City subway scare apprehended by police
A man blamed by New York City police for leaving two kitchen appliances resembling pressure cookers in a subway station, causing chaos for commuters during Friday morning's rush hour, has been apprehended, authorities said on Saturday.

CNN Most RecentAug 17, 2019
Workers had 3 options: Attend Trump's speech, use paid time off or receive no pay
Workers at the Pennsylvania petrochemical plant where President Donald Trump spoke Tuesday were told that if they didn't attend the event, they either had to use paid time off or receive no pay for the day.

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Reuters Top NewsAug 17, 2019
Yemeni separatists quit some Aden posts; Houthis attack Saudi oil plant
Southern Yemeni separatists withdrew on Saturday from some government buildings in Aden that they seized last week but held on to military camps that give them control over the southern port, interim seat of Yemen's ousted Saudi-backed government.

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Yahoo NewsAug 17, 2019
Treasure hunter finds GoPro camera near waterfall containing man's final moments alive
Video of the final moments of a man who drowned at a waterfall have been discovered two years later - by a diver who spotted his GoPro deep underwater.Richard Ragland got into difficult and drowned at Foster Falls State Park in Tennessee in 2017 just a few days before his 23rd birthday, and, ever since, his parents have sought the closure of knowing about his last few hours alive.Now, they've had that breakthrough, after YouTuber Rich Aloha - a diver and self-described treasure hunter discovered Mr Ragland's GoPro, complete with a working memory card filled with videos.It's filled with happy videos of Mr Ragland fooling around with friends, as they film themselves in the water using selfie sticks.Mr Aloha describes himself as a treasure hunter who was diving in the area where Mr Ragland drowned.He spotted the GoPro camera, and found a memory card inside and retrieved the footage.He had heard of Mr Ragland from park rangers, and told local media: "I was going through the footage and I said: ‘Oh my God, this is the guy'"Using Google, he spent time tracking down the family to hand over the memory card.Mr Ragland's mother, Robin McCrear, told Atlanta's WSB TV: "For him to go through his efforts to do his research, make numerous phone calls, he didn't give up until he got in touch with us and that means the world to us."


Washington Post NationAug 17, 2019
Customs computer outage leads to long lines at airports
The problems with the system used by U.S. Customs and Border Protection at international airports dramatically slowed the processing of thousands of people arriving from abroad, including U.S. citizens.

Yahoo NewsAug 17, 2019
‘We've been bullied out of the water by the sharks': Rise in great white numbers triggers panic on US beaches
A rise in great white shark sightings is causing panic on beaches on the US east coast, according to reports.Authorities in Cape Cod have put up warning signs and shut down beaches dozens of times in response to an increasing number of sightings.Between July and the first week of August, there have been at least 59 beach closures due to shark sightings on Cape Cod and Islands, in southeastern Massachusetts, according to the Boston Globe, with some 42 beach closures occurring in the first week of August alone.One resident, AJ Salerno, told the Wall Street Journal, said he had considered moving after feeling compelled to ban his teenage son from surfing. "We've been bullied out of the water by the sharks," he said.Some authorities have put up warning signs on beaches, reading: "People have been seriously injured and killed by white sharks along this coastline," while a Massachusetts state researcher who tags great whites said he had his busiest July.Footage circulated online this week showing a 17ft great white shark swimming around a family's boat just off Cape Cod Bay. One day later, the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy (AWSC), a non-profit that raises awareness of great white sharks and runs a project to count the existing population in around Cape Cod, posted a video online showing sea water turning red after a shark attacked a seal.Great white shark numbers are decreasing, according to the World Wide Fund for Nature (WW

CNN Most RecentAug 17, 2019
There's lead in Newark's water. A mom worries her 5-year-old is 'being poisoned'
Bryce Thomas' toy prehistoric reptiles nosedived into the cold, soapy tap water in the kitchen sink, scooping up schools of imaginary fish, when his mother started weeping in the living room.

Reuters Top NewsAug 17, 2019
Refinitiv data shows detained Grace 1 still at anchor
Refinitiv tracking data briefly showed the Iranian tanker at the center of a diplomatic dispute between Tehran and the West had changed its position status off Gibraltar on Saturday.

USATODAY National NewsAug 17, 2019
Hundreds answer husband's viral post to attend funeral of El Paso mass shooting victim
Margie Reckard, one of 22 killed in the El Paso Walmart mass shooting, was honored by more than a thousand people.        

CNN Top StoriesAug 17, 2019
Peter Fonda, star of 'Easy Rider,' dies at age 79
Actor Peter Fonda, the star of "Easy Rider," has died, his manager, Alan Somers, told CNN on Friday.

CNN Most RecentAug 17, 2019
A husband worried few would attend an El Paso shooting victim's service. 700 strangers showed up
Antonio Basco stood in front of his wife's casket for two hours Friday hugging strangers.

CNN Top StoriesAug 16, 2019
Jeffrey Epstein's cause of death was suicide by hanging, medical examiner says
Jeffrey Epstein's cause of death was suicide by hanging, the New York City Office of the Chief Medical Examiner said Friday.

CNN Top StoriesAug 16, 2019
White House expected to move forward with plan to cancel foreign aid
The Trump administration is expected to put forward a plan to cancel billions of dollars in foreign aid funding by the end of this week, a senior administration official told CNN on Friday, teeing up a fight between the White House and Congress over the rarely used and controversial move known as rescission.

Yahoo NewsAug 16, 2019
Mexico is busing asylum-seeking migrants to southern border
The Mexican government said Friday it is busing migrants who have applied for asylum in the United States to the southern Mexico state of Chiapas. About 30,000 migrants have been sent back to northern Mexican border cities to await U.S. asylum hearings under a policy known as "Remain in Mexico" under which they have to wait for hearings months away.


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USATODAY.com News - Top StoriesAug 16, 2019
New Orleans reporter Nancy Parker killed in plane crash while shooting story
New Orleans reporter Nancy Parker was killed in a plane crash Friday after the aircraft she was shooting a story in went down in near an airport.       

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USATODAY.com News - Top StoriesAug 16, 2019
'Easy Rider' star Peter Fonda dies at 79
The Oscar-nominated son of Henry Fonda and brother to Jane Fonda died of respiratory failure from lung cancer in Los Angeles, his family said Friday.       

CNN Top StoriesAug 16, 2019
US Customs computer issues leading to long lines at some airports
The US Customs and Border Protection computer system is down, according to tweets from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York and Los Angeles International Airport.

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US Customs computers coming back online after outage leads to long lines (CNN Most Recent)

Reuters US NewsAug 16, 2019
Man insulted at New Hampshire rally by Trump because of weight says 'I love the guy'
President Donald Trump called a man overweight who he thought was a protester at his rally in New Hampshire, only to learn later he had ridiculed a supporter.
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