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The suspected shooter is still at large. "Seek safe shelter immediately", the university said in a social media message. The school said the suspect is still at large, but police have found RoadRunner shuttle bus #24171. TCU's First Associate Chancellor of Public Safety said they plan to temporarily have armed and unarmed guards on the shuttles to reassure students and staff.
  • Russia Investigation: Republicans Leaking Info on Trump Dossier, Attorney Says

    Russia Investigation: Republicans Leaking Info on Trump Dossier, Attorney Says

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    When then-FBI Director James B. Comey explained to Congress last March the scope of his investigation into Donald Trump aides and Russian Federation, his words would also fit the Hillary Clinton campaign today. He said: "Contrary to what many have suggested, the President's comments today are unrelated to the activities of the special counsel, with whom he continues to cooperate".
  • NWS Upgrades Wind Advisory; Gusts to 65 miles per hour Overnight Sun

    NWS Upgrades Wind Advisory; Gusts to 65 miles per hour Overnight Sun

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    Widespread rainfall amounts of 2 to 4 inches are expected, with localized higher amounts. Additionally, flooding along rivers, including the Black River, Moose River and Salmon River, is also possible. The Monday morning commute will be a mess. High wind gusts coupled with a wet soil may result in uprooted trees which in return would cause power issues throughout the state.
  • Boy, 10, takes family vehicle, leads police on a high-speed chase

    Boy, 10, takes family vehicle, leads police on a high-speed chase

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    Authorities said a little boy took them on a high-speed chase after reportedly stealing the auto of his mother's boyfriend, that lasted around 45 miles. "It was very lucky no one was hurt", Sgt. Tim Hoffman of the highway patrol told the Post. After detaining the boy, his mother informed police this was the second time in two weeks he had taken a family member's auto.
  • China defends Pakistan against criticism by India, US on terrorism

    China defends Pakistan against criticism by India, US on terrorism

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    In response to a question about the conditions put forward by the U.S. for Pakistan today, the minister said that Tillerson emphasised on the need for Pakistan to deal with the Haqqani Network and terrorists' safe havens on its soil. And either people will step up and meet those expectations or they won't. Dismissing Pakistan's bogus narrative - largely for its domestic consumption - that India and USA are backing terror groups in Afghanistan that are attacking Pakistan, Wells said ...
  • Dual nationality sees Aussie Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce disqualified

    Dual nationality sees Aussie Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce disqualified

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    While the judges said it may be harsh to disqualify Australian-born candidates who had no reasons to believe they were not exclusively Australian, "those facts must always have been knowable". Unlike in the house, the ineligible senators' seats will be given to another member of their parties, leaving balance of power in the Senate unchanged.
  • BJP to celebrate November 8 as 'Anti-Black Money Day'

    BJP to celebrate November 8 as 'Anti-Black Money Day'

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    On November 8, the BJP will celebrate "Anti-Black Money Day" and create a mandate in favour of the steps taken against black money", Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley told reporters here. The BJPs move comes after around 18 opposition parties, including the Congress and Left, announced that they would observe November 8 as black day against demonetisation which they termed as the governments "most ill-conceived decision".
  • James Comey confirms Twitter account that was anonymous

    James Comey confirms Twitter account that was anonymous

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    Gizmodo speculated that Comey was behind the account of Reinhold Niebuhr , but there was no confirmation until the fired director posted a picture of himself standing in the middle of a road, peering across cornfields. Comey, who was sacked by the president in May, also posed for a photo along a rural, farm road with a neatly groomed field and shining stainless steel grain bins as his backdrop, as countless White House aspirants have done before him.
  • I have not called for demos on Election Day, Raila

    I have not called for demos on Election Day, Raila

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    Wednesday has been unexpectedly declared a public holiday, but the Supreme Court says that will not affect its business. Kenya's Supreme Court will hear a petition on Wednesday filed by three Kenyans that seeks the cancellation of a presidential-election rerun scheduled for the following day.
  • London drivers face £21.50 daily charge for most toxic vehicles

    London drivers face £21.50 daily charge for most toxic vehicles

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    Drivers of gas- or diesel-powered vehicles that do not meet the Euro 4/IV emission standards will have to pay $13.20 per day to drive in central London during daylight hours. The mayor said: "The shameful scale of the public health crisis London faces, with thousands of premature deaths caused by air pollution, must be addressed".
  • Texas City Demands That Hurricane Relief Victims Not Boycott Israel

    Texas City Demands That Hurricane Relief Victims Not Boycott Israel

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    Indeed, the form mentions the funds provided coming from "various individuals, businesses, and other organizations" to help recover from the hurricane. So, why is the city of Dickinson asking relief grant applicants to certify that they are not now boycotting Israel and will not boycott the country while the agreement is in effect? As the organization pointed out, the Supreme Court in 1982 ruled the government can not put a stop to any "non-violent, politically motivated boycott created to ...
  • Egypt: 14 policemen killed in shootout

    Egypt: 14 policemen killed in shootout

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    However, it did not clarify on the number of casualties on both sides. In total, 53 members of the security service died, sources told the BBC. There has not yet been a claim of responsibility. A violent anti-government campaign in the Sinai Peninsula has grown since the military overthrew democratically elected President Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood in mid-2013.
  • Trump to release JFK files, subject to 'further information'

    Trump to release JFK files, subject to 'further information'

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    Last week, Mr Stone told far-right conspiracy theorist and radio show host Alex Jones that he had personally urged the President to make the JFK files public. "The president believes that these documents should be made available in the interests of full transparency unless agencies provide a compelling and clear national security or law enforcement justification otherwise", the White House said in a statement Saturday.
  • Spanish Prime Minister Announces Plan for 'Coup', Taking Control of Catalonia

    Spanish Prime Minister Announces Plan for 'Coup', Taking Control of Catalonia

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    The move, meant to quash an independence bid led by Catalonia's regional government, follows weeks of division triggered by a banned independence referendum on October 1. "Spain needs to face up to an unacceptable secession attempt on its national territory, which it will resolve using legitimate democratic institutions, respecting our constitution, adhering to the values and principles of the parliamentary democracy in which we have lived for 39 years", Felipe said.
  • Storm Brian incoming: 70mph gusts expected

    Storm Brian incoming: 70mph gusts expected

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    Craig Snell, a forecaster for the Met Office, said: 'We have had the first effects of Storm Brian this morning and we will see gusts reaching 40 to 50 miles per hour winds in London in the second half of the afternoon. National Rail warned the stormy weather could impact on train services, with emergency speed restrictions imposed on most of the routes in Wales. The wild conditions, caused by a "weather bomb" over the Atlantic Ocean, have started battering Wales and the South West of England ...
  • Nivea faces backlash for racist ad for 'lighter skin'

    Nivea faces backlash for racist ad for 'lighter skin'

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    The campaign and the cream have caused outrage since their debuts, prompting a #TakeItDown campaign on social media. Sharing a clip of it online, he wrote: "This is why black businesses need to rise up and cater for our needs". It advertises a "lightening" cream for "visibly fairer skin". Nivea also issued a statement on Facebook on October 18 saying the " campaign is in no way meant to demean or glorify any person's needs or preferences in skin care ".
  • Bomb attack in Pakistan: 6 dead

    Bomb attack in Pakistan: 6 dead

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    According to reports, a 35-strong contingent of Elite policemen had been recently assigned patrol of various sensitive areas and was on its way when the explosion took place on the Quetta-Sibi road, Balochistan Home Minister Mir Sarfraz Bugti said, adding that it was "apparently a suicide attack".