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The death toll now stands at five in the mass shooting at a Burlington , Washington , mall after a critically wounded person died, the state police reported on Saturday. "Stay alert. Call 911 if you see anything". The police have released stills from video surveillance of the suspect holding what looks like a rifle.
  • Will Alabama pipeline break affect Upstate NY gas prices?

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    The company has acknowledged that between 252,000 gallons and 336,000 gallons of gasoline leaked from a pipeline near Helena, Alabama, since the spill was first detected September 9. That number is up 13 cents from last month. Pat McCrory also urged customers to avoid filling up their gas tanks unnecessarily. The state average for gas is $2.01.
  • IRS chief tells House panel he does not deserve impeachment

    IRS chief tells House panel he does not deserve impeachment

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    Government investigators have found no evidence that Koskinen or the IRS purposely destroyed evidence or that the agency's actions were politically motivated. Members of the House Freedom Caucus, a bloc of some of the most conservative House Republicans, have been threatening to use a rarely invoked procedural maneuver to force a vote.
  • Man crawls to road 3 days after crash kills girlfriend

    Man crawls to road 3 days after crash kills girlfriend

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    Police found a man with injuries to his legs. At some point in the afternoon, Bell was behind the wheel of a 1999 Ford Explorer and ran off the road in the 8600 block of USA 50, police said. According to a news release from the Indiana State Police, the investigation began Sunday when family members reported that Nikki K. Reed, 37, of Seymour, was missing.
  • Oklahoma basketball team invited to Phil Knight Invitational

    Oklahoma basketball team invited to Phil Knight Invitational

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    The Arkansas basketball team has accepted an invitation to play in the 2017 Phil Knight Invitational in Portland, Oregon. Xavier and Kentucky were part of a tentative list of participants back in 2012, but the Musketeers move from the Atlantic 10 to the Big East may have cost them a spot and the Wildcats were replaced by Arkansas.
  • Mylan CEO defends EpiPen prices

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    Her salary was $18 million over the same period, she said. Last year, more than 3.6 million USA prescriptions for two-packs of EpiPens were filled, according to data firm IMS Health. About 11 states have passed laws requiring that school districts stock the treatment. The EpiPen is an automatic injector, delivering a dose of the generic medicine epinephrine through a quick jab in the thigh.
  • Spieth: I'll take Ryder Cup over $10m bonus

    Spieth: I'll take Ryder Cup over $10m bonus

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    The tournament victor has also claimed the FedExCup in each of the past six years, and all 30 players in this week's field have a mathematical chance of walking off with the $10 million jackpot, though only the top five seeds are not reliant on the results of others.
  • Gun rights, voting restrictions up for overrides in Missouri

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    Speakers, including law enforcement, railed against SB 656, which allows for concealed carry without a permit and the subsequent training and installs a "stand your ground" law. "We are basically taking away training ... and at the same time lowering the standard for individuals to use deadly force". Senate Bill 656 will allow anyone legally allowed to possess a firearm to carry that firearm, while also maintaining the current permit system.
  • Tiffany Trump: Is She Being Denied Secret Service Protection?!

    Tiffany Trump: Is She Being Denied Secret Service Protection?!

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    Their meeting came after Ryan's address at the Economic Club of NY earlier in the afternoon and was at Ivanka Trump's request, according to two sources familiar with the meeting. He eventually did endorse Trump , and the two have met. Ryan's latest critique for Donald Trump came during a press conference last week, when he suggested the NY real estate mogul should release his tax returns.
  • Jimmy Fallon dons surgical mask to greet Hillary Clinton

    Jimmy Fallon dons surgical mask to greet Hillary Clinton

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    Judge for yourself by watching his new interview with Clinton above, and then vote in our poll below. Whatever you think of Bee's media critique, it is hard to dispute an underlying premise: The media did not create Trump overnight. Clinton, who recently suffered a bout of pneumonia, laughed and high-fived the late night host who then put on hand sanitizer. "It's like that. It just kept coming and coming out", Fallon told " Extra's " Mario Lopez in an interview Sunday on the red carpet of ...
  • Just 3 Percent of Americans Own Almost Half of Country's Guns

    Just 3 Percent of Americans Own Almost Half of Country's Guns

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    A new survey shows just 3 percent of Americans own about 50 percent of the 265 million guns in the USA, reports say. ABC2 News reported that the lead author of the study, Harvard School of Public Health firearms researcher, Dr. Perhaps most surprisingly however, is that the proportion of female gun owners is on the rise, as fewer men are purchasing weapons, growing from 9 percent in the 1994 survey, to 12 percent a year ago.
  • Group of 21 States Sues US Over New Overtime-Pay Rule

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    Labor Department. But under the resulting rule, the DOL has chosen to ignore the duties that employees actually perform by focusing instead on salary level, because according to DOL, the salary level "is the best single test of exempt status for white collar employees".
  • Clinton health charity to separate from foundation if Hillary wins

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    Clinton's visit attracted a throng of television cameras to the College of Southern Nevada but he spoke in a relatively small room at the two-year college, located several miles north of the Las Vegas Strip. He then launched into a criticism of Trump's central argument - that America needs to be made great again - without ever mentioning the Republican candidate by name.
  • More than 800 immigrants mistakenly granted citizenship

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    The discrepancies simply weren't caught because the applicants' fingerprints were missing from databases. Special interest countries are those places the government has identified as posing national security problems to the U.S. But prosecutors declined another 26 cases. ICE is investigating 32 other cases after closing 90 investigations. Several members of Congress criticized the Obama administration Monday in the wake of Roth's report, though the report suggests that the gaps extend ...
  • Clinton outdoing Trump in Pennsylvania, a must-win state

    Clinton outdoing Trump in Pennsylvania, a must-win state

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    But there's just been decades of dishonesty flowing out from the Clintons", Pence said. "I am confident we will once again choose resolve over fear". Obama was referring to Trump's admission this week that the president was born in the United States.
  • Wildfire at Vandenberg Air Force Base delays satellite launch

    Wildfire at Vandenberg Air Force Base delays satellite launch

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    No structures have been damaged, but 400 residents in San Miguelito Canyon received evacuation orders. The fire has caused power outages at several buildings on the base, according to Air Force officials. September 18, but the launch was scrubbed because of a wildfire on Vandenberg property that began September 17. The fire burning in a remote canyon didn't immediately threaten the space launch complex, Col.
  • Two scavengers took second bomb out of suitcase in Chelsea

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    The New York Times , the Washington Post , CNN and the Wall Street Journal (sub. req.) had earlier reports on the search for Rahami. Shortly after the blast a few blocks away, investigators found a pressure cooker with dark-colored wiring connected by silver duct tape to what appeared to be a cellphone, officials said.
  • US is willing to extend Syria truce despite violations

    US is willing to extend Syria truce despite violations

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    The remarks suggested a more downbeat outlook after Kerry had insisted earlier in the day that the cease-fire was holding and humanitarian goods had begun to flow into the Aleppo area after days of delay. The Syrian government forces have in fact also repeatedly been accused of violating the truce. It said rebel groups "did not commit to a single element" of the deal.
  • Green Day postpones 3 shows, cancels fourth

    Green Day postpones 3 shows, cancels fourth

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    Louis on September 20, but they've had to postpone that date as well as their shows in Chicago on September 21 and Detroit on September 24. A statement from the pop-punk trio said the unspecified ailment is "affecting several members of the band and its crew".
  • Johnson, Stein fail to qualify for first debate

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    The non-profit Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) has invited both Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party nominee, and Donald Trump, the Republican Party nominee, to debate at Hofstra University in NY on September 26. Johnson's campaign manager Ron Nielson confirmed that his team is seeing Johnson pull roughly evenly from Trump and Clinton, but he said his candidate has targeted the western states as he races to gain name recognition in an attempt to take votes primarily from ...
  • McCrory's office: If Charlotte repeals ordinance, HB2 special session could happen

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    A similar deal was proposed back in May, but the Democratic-controlled Charlotte City Council ultimately voted 7-4 against taking any vote on repealing its ordinance. "For the last nine months, the governor has consistently said state legislation is only needed if the Charlotte ordinance remains in place", McCrory spokesman Josh Ellis is quoted as saying .
  • NTSB investigating plane crash in Gilbert home

    NTSB investigating plane crash in Gilbert home

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    The pilot and four skydivers were able to parachute out before the aircraft struck the house. It is thought the plane was carrying skydivers for the Constitution Fair, a yearly event which celebrates the US Constitution. The pilot also ejected before landing, but was not so lucky, being transported for treatment after suffering burns. If you would like to discuss another topic, look for a relevant article.
  • Leaked Colin Powell emails show loathing for Trump

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    The messages, the existence of which were first reported by BuzzFeed and The Intercept , were posted to DCleaks , an organisation affiliated with other recent hacks of high- profile figures. Congressional Democrats have seized on the use of a private email addresses by Powell and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice as a foil for Republican attacks on Clinton.
  • Trump Jr.: Releasing tax returns would be a distraction

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    Over the years, Trump used his taxes as leverage for his own political purposes: On October 24, 2015, Trump said he would release his taxes "when we find out the true story on Hillary's emails". Right now our economy is growing at about 2 percent a year. A Clinton senior policy adviser, Jacob Leibenluft, ripped the proposals. " Trump announced that his plan will result in a "$4.4 trillion tax cut" and, subsequently, huge economic growth and job creation.
  • Pipe bomb explodes at Jersey Shore; No injuries reported

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    Authorities immediately evacuated the boardwalk and beach area and it's not clear when it will reopen. If not for the delay "there probably would have been a good number of people running past" at the time of the explosion, he said. What was believed to be a pipe bomb exploded in a garbage can along a charity race route on the Jersey Shore Saturday morning, police said. We'd like to thank the Seaside Park Police Department, all the first responders and emergency personnel for their quick ...
  • Missouri lawmakers override several bills

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    Under previous state law, citizens had to complete a form and a one-day gun safety training program to qualify for concealed carry, and local law enforcement had the right to deny a permit to an applicant it found to be too risky. Veto overrides require a two-thirds vote of both chambers. Thank you for reading and relying on TulsaWorld.com for your news and information. Supporters of the bill said it brings integrity to the voting process and will help prevent fraudulent votes.
  • Liberals lambast Matt Lauer for presidential forum

    Liberals lambast Matt Lauer for presidential forum

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    But she did say that defeating ISIS would be top priority. Doing so, Clinton said, "will send a resounding message that nobody directs or inspires attacks against the United States and gets away with it". She reiterated, however, that she supported "special forces" in the region, calling them "the enablers". Pence refused to answer whether Trump has shared his secret strategy with his running mate: "I'll keep our private conversations private", he said.
  • There is hope for ITT Tech students in East Tennessee

    There is hope for ITT Tech students in East Tennessee

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    This action is referred to as a " debt strike " and 108 students are participating so far. Nashville State Community College is making itself available to interested students. He is telling those students "not to abandon hope". SCHEV Director Peter Blake and VCCS Chancellor Glenn Dubois have been working alongside Governor McAuliffe to ensure that those who were enrolled at ITT Tech at the time of its closure are given the opportunity to continue to pursue academic excellence.
  • Robby Gordon's father and stepmother found dead in their Southern California home

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    Police in Orange, Calif, received a 911 call from a neighbor at 5 p.m. on Wednesday that reported there were two bodies inside the Gordons' residence, Orange police Lt. Racer Dale Earnhardt Jr., who has won multiple NASCAR championships, tweeted that he was praying for the Gordon family. "Hope they find strength and support", he said.
  • Political risk for all in Trump-Clinton 'deplorables' debate

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    Republican Donald Trump has rolled out a new attack line against Hillary Clinton as they enter the final stretch of the presidential race, and it's a head-turner. The "deplorables" comment featured at a Trump rally in Asheville, North Carolina, on Monday night that saw a resumption of some of the violence that disrupted his events earlier this year.