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  • Trump fires back at McCabe, calling him 'a disgrace to the FBI and a disgrace to our Country'

    Trump tore into Andrew McCabe, the former deputy director of the FBI, after the former law enforcement official lifted the lid on conversations within Justice to oust the sitting president.

    Mail Online
  • The moment clash with vegans takes a violent turn as farmer fires two blasts from his shotgun

    Dramatic footage shows Jason Parravicini confronting the activists outside his Harvey property in Southwest Western Australia on Wednesday.

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  • Megyn Kelly Slams Sarah Silverman's NSFW Trump Tweet, But the Comedian Fires Back

    This woman wants to star in children's movies produced by Disney. (And just did, in Ralph Breaks the Internet.)"

    Newsweek
  • Police: Short circuit likely caused deadly India hotel fire

    NEW DELHI — Police say a fire at a budget hotel in India’s capital that killed 17 people was likely caused by a short circuit. New Delhi Police Commissioner Amit Sharma said Wednesday that no foul play is suspected in the fire Tuesday that also left four people injured. The Delhi government minister of health

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  • 17 dead, several injured after fire at New Delhi hotel

    NEW DELHI — Seventeen people died in a fire early Tuesday at a hotel in western New Delhi, police said. At least four others were injured in the fire at the Arpit Palace Hotel, Deputy Police Commissioner Mandeep Singh Randhawa said. The medical conditions of the injured were not immediately known. The hotel is located

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  • Missouri State senior fires off incredible buzzer beater from half court to win the game

    Missouri State University senior basketball player Jarred Dixon made an incredible shot from half court, just as time was running out on Sunday, to beat Illinois State by a score of 66-65.

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  • Horrifying moment Arizona cop tazes a man ELEVEN times and fires at his testicles

    Shocking police body camera footage shows Arizona cops Matt Schneider and Mark Lindsey taze Johnny Wheatcroft 11 times, even in the testicles, on July 27, 2017.

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  • College RA charged with starting 6 dorm fires

    Charges were filed against a Massachusetts college student in connection to six separate dorm fires. Janelys Pimentel, a dorm resident assistant at Wheaton College, pleaded not guilty Friday to several charges, including arson and burning personal property, the Taunton Gazette reported. Norton Police said the 22-year-old senior is suspected of being behind the fires at

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  • Video shows firefighters reviving small dog with CPR and an oxygen mask

    California firefighters revived a 90-year-old woman’s dog with CPR after it got trapped in a house fire on Wednesday night, video footage reveals. Footage of the heroic rescue obtained by the Sacramento Bee shows Sacramento Metro Fire District officials carrying a small dog, named Dicky, out from an Arden Area home in Sacramento County just

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  • Deadly fire rips through soccer training complex in Brazil

    RIO DE JANEIRO — A fire tore through the sprawling training complex of one of Brazil’s biggest soccer clubs, killing 10 people and leaving three injured teenagers in Rio de Janeiro, firefighters said. Brazilian firefighters were called in just after 5 a.m. Friday to battle a blaze at the Ninho de Urubu training ground of

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  • 700 evacuated as wildfire threatens New Zealand town

    WELLINGTON, New Zealand — About 700 residents were evacuated from a New Zealand town on Friday as a forest fire threatened the area. Civil defense authorities decided to evacuate parts of Wakefield on the South Island. Authorities opened up a sports stadium as a welfare center and said they could accommodate people who didn’t have

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  • 700 evacuated as wildfire threatens New Zealand town

    WELLINGTON, New Zealand — About 700 residents were evacuated from a New Zealand town on Friday as a forest fire threatened the area. Civil defense authorities decided to evacuate parts of Wakefield on the South Island. Authorities opened up a sports stadium as a welfare center and said they could accommodate people who didn’t have

    New York Post
  • Man wakes up to Citizen app alert about fire in his own apartment building

    “Citizen” app users all know that feeling — when they get a notification, alerting them to a crime or incident going down in their area, or possibly just blocks away. Now imagine waking up at 4 a.m. to a message about a fire, which is raging inside your own building. That’s exactly what happened to

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  • Gas line explosion causes massive blaze in San Francisco

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  • Video shows man using mouth-to-mouth to revive puppies

    Someone give this man a Scooby Snack. A Facebook video shows an animal control officer performing life-saving, mouth-to-mouth CPR on three puppies after a house fire broke out in Oklahoma. Fox 23 Tulsa reported that firefighters handed Chris Brassfield the three limp animals, then his instincts took over with “no hesitation.” “It was a little gross

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  • John McCain's daughter Meghan fires back at Trump after he calls his book a failure

    Trump ripped into the late senator during a private lunch for television anchors Tuesday afternoon ahead of his State of the Union speech in Washington.

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  • Ex-firefighter pleads guilty to drunkenly setting fire

    SHELTON, Conn. — A former volunteer firefighter in Connecticut accused of drunkenly setting a fire behind a Shelton firehouse has taken a plea deal in the case. Forty-five-year-old Gregory Bomba pleaded guilty to reckless burning Tuesday, and has agreed to a five-year suspended prison sentence and three years of probation when he is sentenced. The

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  • Paris apartment fire leaves 7 dead, many injured: officials

    PARIS — A fire in a Paris apartment building early Tuesday killed seven people and sent residents fleeing to the roof or climbing out their windows to escape, authorities said. The cause of the blaze that injured 28 people is unclear. Firefighters were still searching for other victims and working to extinguish the blaze, according

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