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Jamal Khashoggi Tortured In Front Of Top Saudi Diplomat: ReportsJamal Khashoggi, the Washington Post columnist who has not been seen publicly


10/17/2018 8:52:53 AM

Yahoo News Explains: What Canada's cannabis legalization will look likeHere's what you need to know about Canada's recent legalization of cannabis.


10/17/2018 7:20:40 AM

Police officer lectures boys playing with BB gun: 'Do you think I want to shoot an 11-year-old?'An Ohio police officer is being praised online after turning a call that could


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Chief Justice John Roberts Stresses Court's Independence After Kavanaugh ConfirmationAddressing the bitter, partisan battle over Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court


10/17/2018 4:15:36 AM

Terrorist gunman storms Crimean college and detonates 'home-made bomb' in cafeteria, killing at least 18 At least 18 people died and scores more were injured at a Crimea college on Wednesday after a student allegedly detonated an explosive before opening fire with a hunting rifle. The attack took place at a polytechnic school in the Crimean town of Kerch, a strategic city from where a new bridge connects the contested peninsula with mainland Russia.  The Kremlin-appointed head of Crimea, Sergey Aksyonov, said the suspect was an 18-year-old student at the college. He was later identified in the Russian press as Vladislav Roslyakov, a student who had reportedly obtained a hunting license - allowing him to purchase hunting rifles and shotguns - early last month. A photo of Roslyakov weilding a rifle in a campus stairwell was widely circulated on social social media after the attack. Reports suggest that, beside detonating an explosive, Roslyakov opened fire on fellow students and teachers. According to Mr Aksyonov, the shooter killed himself during the attack. Videos from the scene circulated on Russian social media show terror and confusion on the campus. One video shared on a popular Telegram channel, Mash, featured a recording of a woman telling her friend about the explosion and possible shooters. Law enforcement officers arrive at the scene of the bombing Credit: TASS “The college was blown up,” the unidentified woman began in her video, “We ran and kids just laid there. My friend was killed right before my eyes. I saw her fall and she didn’t move any more. I saw how the boys just fell.”  Other unconfirmed reports on Russian social networks and in the local media feature similar accounts of possible shooters on the campus of the polytechnic college - an institute that specialises in vocational training for teenagers. School shootings are relatively rare in Russia, where access to firearms is tightly restricted. But attacks are not unheard of using other types of weapons. In January, 15 students were injured when two teenagers attacked their peers at a school in Perm as part of a Columbine inspired attack. Gunmen stormed the college in the Crimean peninsula's city of Kerch before setting off the explosive device Credit: Yekaterina Keizo/TASS / GETTY IMAGES Russia’s investigative committee reported that it had opened a criminal case under articles pertaining to terrorism. The incident was being treated as mass murder. Roslyakov’s age was initially reported as 22, but he is now reported to be an 18-year-old fourth year student at the school. President Vladimir Putin held a brief press conference Wednesday afternoon to call for a moment of silence for the victims and said investigators are now working to understand Roslyakov’s motive. An unidentified student told the RBC news agency that the shooter “very much hated the school because of its evil teachers”. Roslyakov had hinted he planned to “take revenge on them,” the source, who claimed to be the shooter’s friend, was quoted as saying. Crimea, formally recognised by the international community as part of Ukraine, has been under Russian control since 2014 following Moscow’s annexation of the Black Sea Peninsula. Kerch is located on the eastern tip of Crimea, where a bridge to the Russian mainland recently opened. A video published by local news outlet Kerch.com.ru showed the head of the school describing the events to someone on the phone as another Beslan - referring to a horrific 2004 terrorist siege on a school in North Ossetia that resulted in the death of over 300 people, many of them children. “They ran across the second floor with machine guns, well I don’t know what they had, opening rooms and killing everyone that they could find, everyone they came across,” the woman, identified as Olga Grebennikova, said in the video.


10/17/2018 5:24:23 AM

Child of the storm: Homeless baby, family shelter at WalmartPANAMA CITY, Fla. (AP) — Their home full of soggy furniture and mosquitoes, Wilmer Capps was desperate to find shelter for his wife and their son Luke, born just three days after Hurricane Michael ravaged the Florida Panhandle.


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Republicans Will Repeal Obamacare If They Get The Chance, Mitch McConnell SaysRepublicans could make another run at repealing the Affordable Care Act if


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Cops Won't Charge Students Accused Of Making Cookies With Human AshesTwo students accused of baking cookies with human ashes and feeding them to


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Who Cares About the J-20, F-35 or Su-57: Why the F-15, F-16 and Su-27 Aren't Going AnywhereWhy those old 4th generation fighters will be around for a long time. 


10/16/2018 12:48:00 PM

Trump says he expects answers on Saudi reporter’s disappearance by ‘end of the week’The president also rejected the notion he's covering for Saudi Arabia.


10/17/2018 12:58:20 PM

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