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Maker of gun used in Sandy Hook massacre to challenge lawsuit

A woman kneels with her children in front of bells which were being rung outside of St. Rose of Lima Church ahead of Sunday service on the two-year anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Connecticut December 14, 2014. Reuters/Adrees Latif <span class="articleLocation”>The maker of the gun ...

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Solar plane takes on Atlantic as part of round-the-world bid

An airplane powered solely by energy from the sun headed across the Atlantic early on Monday, on one of the longest legs of the first-ever flight around the globe without using a drop of fuel. The spindly, single-seat Solar Impulse 2 left John F. Kennedy International Airport at about 2:30 ...

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California power grid prepares for heatwave, possible natgas shortage

<span class="articleLocation”>California will have its first test of plans to keep the lights on this summer following the shutdown of the key Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility as temperatures in the Los Angeles area are forecast to hit triple digits this week. With record-setting heat and air conditioning demand ...

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LeBron's Cavs stun Warriors in thriller to clinch title

LeBron James powered the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 93-89 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Sunday in an electrifying Game Seven to complete an improbable comeback unlike any seen before and capture their first NBA championship. With the victory over the top-seeded Warriors, who beat Cleveland in last year’s ...

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Land of the free? Trump mulls Israel-like ‘profiling of Muslims’

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump believes that the US should take a page from Israel’s playbook and encourage law enforcement to keep a closer eye on Muslims. The outspoken Republican has previously advocated barring Muslims  from coming into the US and, in the wake of the mass shooting in Orlando ...

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Van driver charged in Virginia crash that killed six

<span class="articleLocation”>The driver of a van that veered off a Virginia highway and flipped over multiple times after clipping a second vehicle was charged with six counts of manslaughter, state police said on Sunday. Four men, a woman and a child died at the scene after being ejected from the ...

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California power grid urges energy conservation on Monday due to heat wave

The sun rises behind windmills at a wind farm in Palm Springs, California, February 9, 2011. Reuters/Lucy Nicholson <span class="articleLocation”>The California Independent System Operator, or ISO, which operates the state’s power grid, issued a Flex Alert for Monday for Southern California from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. PDT because of ...

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Hollywood mourns: Star Trek actor Yelchin killed in freak driveway accident

The death of Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin in a freak car accident has provoked an outpouring of grief from his friends, fans, and colleagues across the movie industry. The 27-year-old, who played Chekov in the recent Star Trek reboots, died on Sunday morning when he was crushed by his ...

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Russian-born ‘Star Trek’ actor Anton Yelchin killed in freak driveway accident

The death of Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin in a freak car accident has provoked an outpouring of grief from his friends, fans, and colleagues across the movie industry. The 27-year-old, who played Chekov in the recent Star Trek reboots, died on Sunday morning when he was crushed by his ...

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Trump says U.S. should consider racial profiling

Republican U.S. Presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally in Phoenix, Arizona, June 18, 2016. Reuters/Nancy Wiechec <span class="articleLocation”>Republican Donald Trump said on Sunday the United States should consider more racial profiling in law enforcement, after urging harsher policies following last week’s mass shooting in Orlando. “I think ...

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