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(sky news) – Egypt operation kills 296 jihadists

September 13, 2015 wpanews 0

NEWS WORLD MIDDLE EAST Egypt’s military says two soldiers have been killed during a widescale offensive against jihadists in the Sinai Peninsula that killed 64 militants on its sixth day. The military launched the campaign on Monday to uproot militants loyal to the Islamic State group who have turned the northern part of the peninsula into a launch pad for attacks. It says it has killed 296 militants since the […] READ MORE

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(yahoo.com) – Hillary Clinton’s private emails may be recoverable: Washington Post

September 13, 2015 wpanews 0

The company that managed Hillary Clinton’s private email server said it has “no knowledge of the server being wiped,” indicating that tens of thousands of emails Clinton said were deleted could be recovered, the Washington Post reported on Saturday. Clinton, the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination, and her aides have said she deleted her personal emails from her time as secretary of state, but unless the server has been […] READ MORE

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(hothardware.com) – Automakers Make Automatic Brake Tech Standard To Save Us From Ourselves

September 13, 2015 wpanews 0

Autonomous driving has clear benefits for the safety of passengers in both the equipped vehicles and others, but there’s another feature that could dramatically improve safety all-around without having to go the route of full autonomy. We’re talking automatic brakes, because more often than not, computers can react quicker than us mere mortals can. On Friday, 10 top automakers agreed to install automatic braking systems in their vehicles, which is […] READ MORE

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(huffington post) – Flavia Pennetta Beats Roberta Vinci To Win US Open Final

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The victory comes just one day after Vinci stunned Serena Williams in the semifinals. By HOWARD FENDRICH TIMOTHY A. CLARY VIA GETTY IMAGES NEW YORK — To win the U.S. Open for her first Grand Slam title at age 33, Flavia Pennetta did not have to beat Serena Williams. Instead, Pennetta needed to get past the woman who ended Williams’ Grand Slam bid, Roberta Vinci. And Pennetta was able to […] READ MORE

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(USA Today) – Study: Fossil fuel burn-off will submerge U.S. cities

September 13, 2015 wpanews 0

If the currently attainable coal, natural gas and oil deposits are burned, the entire ice sheet covering Antarctica will melt into warming oceans, authors of the Sciences Advances study claimed. The new projections say the first 100 feet of sea level rise would happen over the next 1,000 years, more than an inch a year, said Ken Caldeira, one of the study’s authors and a professor at the Carnegie Institution […] READ MORE

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(fox news) – Missouri mom charged after children found living in wooden crate in underground cave 

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This photo made available by the Jackson County Detention Center on Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015 shows Brittany Mugrauer. The 24-year-old mother is in custody after her dirty, barefoot 4- and 6-year-old children were found living in a wooden shipping crate in an underground cave on the eastern edge of Kansas City, Mo. Mugrauer was charged Friday with two counts of felony child endangerment. (Jackson County Detention Center via AP) (The Associated […] READ MORE

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(daily caller) – Special Needs Student Dies After Being Left On School Bus

September 12, 2015 wpanews 0

Chuck Ross Reporting A special needs student died Friday afternoon in Whittier, Cal. after he was left behind on a hot school bus. According to the Whittier Daily News, the 19-year-old student was found in a state of “full arrest” on the bus at around 4:30 p.m. local time. That was more than 30 minutes after the bus finished making its rounds and had been parked in the Whittier Union High School […] READ MORE

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(newsweek) – Missing Paratrooper Found Dead After Extensive Search in Washington State

September 12, 2015 wpanews 0

BY MICHELE RICHINICK  Paratroopers jump off planes as they take part in an exercise on August 26. A U.S. soldier has died after he went missing on Friday from a parachute jump over Washington state, police said. MICHAEL DALDER/REUTERS FILED UNDER: U.S., US Army, Washington A U.S. soldier who went missing on Friday from a parachute jump over Washington state has died, police said. The paratrooper, who was with Special Forces from Joint Base Lewis-McChord in […] READ MORE

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(fox news) – Police shoot knife-wielding man inside Washington’s Union Station

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Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com FoxNews.com Facebook Twitter livefyre Email NOW PLAYINGGuard shoots suspect after incident in Union Station Security officers shot a man after he pulled out a knife Friday inside Union Station, near Capitol Hill in Washington, law enforcement sources told Fox News. At least one person was stabbed in the incident, according to police, and the suspect was taken out on a stretcher with non-life-threatening injuries. […] READ MORE

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(CNN) – Blast in explosives building in India kills dozens – 

September 12, 2015 wpanews 0

By Harmeet Shah Singh, CNN People gather around the site of a deadly explosion in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh on Saturday. Story highlights The building was part residential and part commercial A tenant was keeping licensed explosives there The exact cause of the blast is under investigation New Delhi (CNN)At least 89 people were killed and scores injured when a building that housed mining explosives blew up […] READ MORE

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(WSJ) – We Need the Right to Repair Our Gadgets 

September 12, 2015 wpanews 0

  People can fight back against planned obsolescence by fixing the tech we already own, but the consumer electronics industry isn’t making it easy You don’t have to pay for an overpriced repair or send your broken electronics to the dump, says WSJ Personal Tech columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler. By GEOFFREY A. FOWLER We don’t have to keep buying new gadgets. In fact, we should insist on the right to […] READ MORE

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(whitehouse.gov) – Your weekly address

September 12, 2015 wpanews 0

Take a look at the President’s latest address, or keep scrolling to see all of his past addresses. September 12, 2015 Weekly Address: A New College Scorecard WASHINGTON, DC — In this week’s address, the President announced the launch of a new College Scorecard, meant to help students and parents identify which schools provide the biggest bang for your buck.  Designed with input from those who will use it most, […] READ MORE