• Wallabies v All Blacks: Everything you need to know
Wallabies v All Blacks: Everything you need to know

The onslaught continued immediately upon the resumption as the All Blacks surged to a 54-6 lead in 48 minutes after chalking up eight tries against Australia for the first time since 1936. Debutant Curtis Rona went over for his first test try, before substitute Tevita Kuridrani added a second five minutes later. Kurtley Beale has had his ...

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  • Powerball jackpot climbs to $510 million after no victor drawn
Powerball jackpot climbs to $510 million after no victor drawn

A $2 ticket gives you a one in 292.2 million chance at joining the hall of Powerball champions. The next drawing is Wednesday. The numbers drawn Saturday were 17, 68, 19, 43 and 39. It is the highest jackpot since the record-setting $1.59 billion jackpot in January 2016. At $510 million, the drawing would be the eighth largest lottery jackpot.

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  • Boston Aims to Keep Peace Amid Right-Wing Rally, Counterprotests
Boston Aims to Keep Peace Amid Right-Wing Rally, Counterprotests

Among those expected to speak are Kyle Chapman, a San Francisco Bay Area resident who has developed an online following using the moniker "Based Stickman". In many cases, German said, local police did not do enough to intervene. The permit granted Wednesday for the event on Boston Common comes with severe restrictions , including a ban on backpa...

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  • Taylor Swift: Are you teasing us?
Taylor Swift: Are you teasing us?

However, it looks like things are about to change. Swift also deleted her profile photo on Facebook . Being the super sleuths that they are, her fans have speculated that the total media blackout signals a new album , Taylor's sixth, is on the way.

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  • Appeal to help Sierra Leone
Appeal to help Sierra Leone

Heavy rains were reported on Tuesday and Wednesday. The Office of National Security warned people of the danger from the newly opened crack on the side of a mountain and urged residents to evacuate. A Red Cross official told AFP, meanwhile, that smaller mudslides had occurred since Monday in eastern Freetown and in Sierra Leone's second city of Bo,...

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  • N. Korea holds off on Guam missile plan
N. Korea holds off on Guam missile plan

North Korea's state news agency KCNA reported earlier in the day that leader Kim Jong Un had examined plans for a launch. "The alternative would be disastrous and unacceptable." wrote the owner of the White house . Former Secretary of Defense William Perry says North Korea knows its army isn't as strong as others and believes a nuclear ...

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  • Trump says Lindsey Graham 'lied' about Trump's Charlottesville comments. Did he?
Trump says Lindsey Graham 'lied' about Trump's Charlottesville comments. Did he?

Heyer. Well done", the SC lawmaker said Thursday morning, referring to Heather Heyer, the 32-year-old woman who was killed in a auto attack on Saturday. "I'm not putting anybody on a moral plane", Trump said during a testy Q&A with reporters in the lobby of his Manhattan tower. "Your tweet honoring Miss Heyer was very nice and appropriate".

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  • At least 13 people killed in terror attack in Barcelona, police say
At least 13 people killed in terror attack in Barcelona, police say

A van plowed through a crowd of people on Barcelona's main shopping street, reportedly killing at least one person and injuring dozens of others. An eyewitness told a Spanish TV station that the suspect was running people over in a van for almost 1,000 feet before fleeing into a nearby Turkish restaurant.

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  • Security chiefs: War with N Korea is not imminent
Security chiefs: War with N Korea is not imminent

John Delury, a professor of global relations at Yonsei University in Seoul , said the United States should send a high level envoy to Pyongyang, officially to negotiate the release of two Americans still being held by North Korea, as Canada recently did.

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  • Grace Mugabe's assault victim turned down hush money
Grace Mugabe's assault victim turned down hush money

On Wednesday it was reported that Grace Mugabe may already have returned to Zimbabwe , but Mbalula insisted she had not tried to leave the country. According to Engels, the fiery 52-year-old first lady also attacked two of the model's friends hanging out with her sons, Robert Jnr, 25, and Chatunga Bellarmine, 21, after they'd met at a party.

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  • North Korea Issues 'Accidental' Nuclear War Threat over US - South Korean Drills
North Korea Issues 'Accidental' Nuclear War Threat over US - South Korean Drills

It is time now to resume direct negotiations if possible in the context of the Six Party Talks toward finally signing a peace agreement to end the war on the Korean peninsula and the suffering and isolation of the North Korean people; freezing North Korea's missile and nuclear tests; ending provocative joint US-Japanese-South Korean military exer...

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  • Provo Mayor John Curtis probable victor of Rep. Jason Chaffetz's seat
Provo Mayor John Curtis probable victor of Rep. Jason Chaffetz's seat

John Curtis, the popular mayor of the Mormon stronghold of Provo, won a GOP primary Tuesday in Utah after fending off two challengers in Utah's 3rd Congressional District who were both backed by further-right conservatives and tried to handicap him for having once been a Democrat.

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  • Moore and Strange Headed to Runoff; Jones Wins Dem. Primary
Moore and Strange Headed to Runoff; Jones Wins Dem. Primary

Former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore has jumped to an early lead in the Republican primary for the U.S. Senate seat that previously held by Attorney General Jeff Sessions . Against that stands Mr. Moore, whose past official ethics violations might look disqualifying outside Alabama, but at home were viewed by some as a badge of honor.

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  • Country Stars React to White Nationalist Rally in Charlottesville
Country Stars React to White Nationalist Rally in Charlottesville

On the night before the rally, protesters gathered at the statue with torches before violence erupted between them and counter-protesters. Fields enlisted in the US Army in August 2015 soon after graduating, but was released four months later "due to a failure to meeting training standards", the service said in a statement.

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  • Man Who Mowed Down Crowd (Killing One) in Charlottesville Charged with Murder
Man Who Mowed Down Crowd (Killing One) in Charlottesville Charged with Murder

As Fields left the court, white supremacist Matthew Heimbach shouted that Heyer's death was the fault of police. "I'm going to miss her", he said . The mother of the man suspected of having driven into a crowd in Charlottesville during a protest repeatedly called emergency services saying her son beat her, according to transcripts.

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  • Twitter is Identifying White Supremacist Neo-Nazi Marchers (And You Can Help)
Twitter is Identifying White Supremacist Neo-Nazi Marchers (And You Can Help)

Far-right groups accused the anonymous person behind the account of "doxxing", a term that means unearthing and publishing private information on the internet-which this technically isn't. That can lead to false identification by law enforcement, a significant problem in general, but more significant for black communities already under greater ...

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  • Gallup: Trump's approval rating drops to new low of 34%
Gallup: Trump's approval rating drops to new low of 34%

Among Republicans, his latest weekly approval rating was 79 percent, the lowest from his party and below the previous week's 82 percent. In fact, only one other president, George W. The Gallup presidential daily job approval tracking report is a rolling average of the preceding three days' results. On top of that, the new Gallup poll, condu...

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  • Donald Trump's Job Approval Just Hit a New Low
Donald Trump's Job Approval Just Hit a New Low

For the week ending Sunday, Trump's approval rating was 36 percent for the seven days. The commander-in-chief had a 34% approval rating, while 61% of Americans disapprove of his job performance since taking office in January, the poll reveals.

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  • Trump says he's 'seriously considering' pardoning former sheriff Arpaio
Trump says he's 'seriously considering' pardoning former sheriff Arpaio

I am seriously thinking about it", Trump told Fox News on Sunday at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey. He's awaiting sentence now and could face up to six months in prison, but he's appealing the ruling. Mr Posobiec, who supported Mr Trump's election campaign, is known for promoting discredited theories about the killing of the Democratic...

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  • I can tell you that': Trump defends embattled Bannon amid termination rumors
I can tell you that': Trump defends embattled Bannon amid termination rumors

The KKK, I'm not a fan". "He's a good person, and I think the press treats him, frankly, very unfairly", Mr. Trump declared. On Monday, after widespread criticism from both parties, Trump finally issued what many saw as a reluctant condemnation of white supremacist violence.

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  • Dunford says U.S. military options are for if sanctions fail - South Korea
Dunford says U.S. military options are for if sanctions fail - South Korea

Joseph Dunford . Moon said North Korea must stop issuing menacing statements and provoking. Extended deterrence refers to the US commitment to mobilize its full range of conventional and strategic military assets including nuclear capability to protect its allies.

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  • Military Action Against North Korea Should Not Be an Option - US Congresswoman
Military Action Against North Korea Should Not Be an Option - US Congresswoman

Defense Secretary James Mattis stated the United States does not seek to "inflict harm" on the "long-suffering North Korean people". "The U.S. will continue to request Chinese and Russian commitments not to provide the regime with economic lifelines and to persuade it to abandon its risky path", the two secretaries wrote , naming another of No...

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  • Snapchat results show growth in users and revenue
Snapchat results show growth in users and revenue

Hedge funds have recently made changes to their positions in the company. Finally, Dubuque Bank & Trust Co. bought a new stake in shares of Snap during the second quarter valued at about $137,000. The correct version of this piece of content can be viewed at https://rinconhillneighbors.org/2017/08/11/snap-inc-snap-receives-average-recommendatio...

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  • Pakistan's ousted Sharif vows to remain active in politics
Pakistan's ousted Sharif vows to remain active in politics

Sources in the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) party said that some of the senior party leaders were concerned about the security of Sharif. Opposition leader Imran Khan takes dig at ousted Pak PM Nawaz Sharif . "Will the nation's mandate ever be respected?" he asked. "We will do this in the interest of Pakistan", he said, claiming that...

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  • North Korea says it released Canadian pastor on 'sick bail'
North Korea says it released Canadian pastor on 'sick bail'

Emergency "sick bail" was granted to Hyeon Soo Lim who was released from his hard labour sentence on Wednesday, state-run news agency KCNA said. He was serving a life sentence of hard labor after being convicted in December 2015 for crimes against the state.

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