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Tulsa Officer Who Shot Terence Crutcher Will Face Manslaughter Charges

Demonstrations in Tulsa since Crutcher's death have been consistently peaceful. "I do not know why things happen in this world the way they do", Kunzweiler said, adding that he determined first-degree manslaughter the appropriate charge.

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Oil sinks as OPEC deal seen unlikely; stocks dip

Iran has said it will not join any such agreement until it regains market share and boosts output to pre-sanctions levels of around 4 million bpd. The months leading up to the official OPEC ministerial meeting in Vienna on November 30, will allow more time for discussions with other countries, said the person familiar with Saudi policy.

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New Jersey train engineer says he can't remember crash

Investigators with the National Transportation Safety Board have run into a series of hurdles this weekend in their probe of Thursday's commuter train crash in Hoboken, N.J. and that his cell phone was turned off and stored in his personal backpack inside the cab. Survivors said the train crashed without warning. A spokesman for NJ Transit hasn't responded to requests for comment.

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1st recorder recovered from train not working

Witnesses said the train entered at a higher rate of speed than normal. NTSB Vice Chairwoman T. Bella Dinh-Zarr said during a press briefing Sunday that the engineer told investigators that as he approached Track 5 in Hoboken Terminal, he glanced at the speedometer, and was only going about 10 miles per hour.

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New Canada deal allows faster deportation of inadmissible Chinese nationals

When asked if he spoke with the Canadian Prime Minister about the number of Canadian troops who would participate in the multinational brigade, Ciolos said: "We didn't' go into details, because this is a subject that is treated by the ministers of defense, but we reconfirmed Canada's intention to support us in these efforts".

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Scully says 'Hi everybody' to open final game

Scully's last call was on Sunday as he retired after 67 seasons after the final game of the season. "I didn't have any sharpness to any of my pitches", Maeda said through his interpreter. "The sun has broken through the clouds and it is shining on the Giants for the moment". Scully worked the third inning from the Giants' booth, an inning that was simulcast on CSN Bay Area.

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Fed chair says regulator is grilling big banks amid Wells Fargo furor

Yellen told a conference last month the Fed would fight a future recession by buying government debt and jaw boning interest rates lower with pledges on future policy. Garrett, who represents a district in the NY suburbs and is facing a hard re-election fight, grilled Yellen on multiple examples of apparent political activities at the Fed.

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OPEC deal greeted with skepticism in Canada

A Dubai-based regional research firm said on the eve of the OPEC meeting that the oil producers cartel needs to cut production to sustain a rise in crude prices above $50 a barrel. "The key to the consumer is-if you have a long view-prices are going to go up fairly dramatically by the second half of 2017", Goldstein said. She said that US producers could not fill the void as quickly as next year, partly because some have too much debt and not enough cash to finance new drilling.

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Jaguars survive late Colts rally, win 30-27 in London

Luck completed 27 of his 42 passing attempts for 234 yards with two touchdowns and one interception. On the Colts' next possession, the Jaguars essentially sealed the victory when first-year reserve cornerback Josh Johnson knocked a pass away from Indianapolis tight end Dwayne Allen on fourth down with less than two minutes left.

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US defeats Europe to end Ryder Cup drought

He was a force from the get-go, so much so that Jordan Spieth called him Captain America, Love said he was born to the play the Ryder Cup , McIlroy said he was "immense this week", and the fans chanted "M-V-P, M-V-P, M-V-P". We will make them as carefully and consistently as we can. The Americans needed just five points in the 12 singles matches Sunday. Patrick Reed, the outstanding performer for the United States over the three days, struck an early decisive blow when he beat Rory ...

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Turnovers hurt Browns in loss to Redskins

But the big first half for Pryor was followed by a second half with just one reception for 4 yards. The Washington Redskins (1-2) defeated the New York Giants, 29-27, last week in which Kirk Cousins threw for 296 yards and two touchdowns in 21-for-35 passes.

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A look at what Colombia referendum result may mean

With 99.08% of the votes counted, the "No" option received 50.24% of the votes against 49.75% who voted "Yes". According to a poll by Datexco released late last month, the "yes" vote was favored over "no" by a margin of 55 percent to 37 percent.

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Americans win 1st Ryder Cup since 2008

Patrick Reed shook his fists for every big putt he made. The 17-11 victory over Europe was their biggest rout in 35 years at the Ryder Cup. "As a player that has been on these teams, to be on a different side of it, to be on the vice captaincy side of it has meant so much to me", Woods told reporters after the US beat Europe for the first time since 2008, clinching a 17-11 triumph at Hazeltine on Sunday.

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Mounting tensions: Pakistan dismisses Indian charge of truce violation

First Secretary in the Permanent Mission of India to the UN Eenam Gambhir said, "The worst violation of human rights is terrorism". Amidst growing tension between India and Pakistan over the terror attack carried out by Pakistan-based terrorists on an army base camp in Uri, Jammu and Kashmir, an Indian journalist was asked to leave a press conference addressed by Pakistan's Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry in NY.

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Investment firm Henderson plans 'merger of equals' of US's Janus Capital

The combination, which will leave the United Kingdom company's shareholders owning 57% of the enlarged group, will create a company with more than $320bn assets under management and is expected to complete in the second quarter of 2017. The group's headquarters will be in London, Formica said, mirroring Henderson's existing structure. The merger it set to close by June 2017. 'I look forward to working side-by-side with Dick, as we create a company with the scale to serve more clients ...

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Alabama gas pipeline set to restart Wednesday after bypass finished

The company says they expect it to take several days for the fuel deliver supply chain to return back to normal. The preliminary report does not identify the cause as the federal investigation continues. The pipeline section that failed, built in 1963, runs from MS to Atlanta. Colonial has estimated that 252,000 gallons to 336,000 gallons of gasoline leaked from the line.

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British PM May says is listening to businesses' Brexit demands

They argue that the European Union would only be harming itself if it began imposing tariffs on British goods and services because the EU exports more to Britain than Britain does to the rest of the bloc. Eight one days ago she was on the steps of Downing Street as prime minister for the first time. "PM May's declaration brings welcome clarity on start of Brexit talks", he tweeted Sunday.

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USA stretches Ryder Cup lead as Rory rips hecklers

This is as fired-up as we've ever seen Rory McIlroy. "We're in a good position". Things seemed to escalate however when one fan took things a step too far by apparently yelling obscenities at McIlroy before appearing to shout abuse targeted towards his former fiancée Caroline Wozniacki.

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Silver Alert: 70-year-old Richard Cochran missing from Waukesha County

Officials say Richard Cochran, 70, left his residence on at 8 a.m. on Saturday. "He is 6'1", 188 pounds, with blue eyes, and brown balding hair. He's described as bald with blue eyes and was last seen wearing a long sleeve blue shirt, dark blue dress trousers, black shoes and possibly a baseball cap.

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In Defending Saudi Veto, Is Obama Acknowledging US Criminality?

The US Senate and House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly on Wednesday to approve legislation that will allow the families of those killed in the 2001 attacks on the United States to seek damages from the Saudi government. Asked if Congress would try to fix the law when it returns for a post-election session, Ryan replied, "I don't know". Saudi Arabia has denied that its officials had any involvement in the attacks.

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Body found in Fort Wayne may be tied to Amber Alert case

Allen County Sheriff's Department Spokesman Adam Griffith would not confirm if Macomber is believed to be alive or dead. Investigators continued to comb through the woods for evidence throughout the day Tuesday. It's hard for any family to handle, but in this case the Macombers see his death as senseless. Other than the fact that they were neighbors and knew each other, the relationship between Pasztor and Macomber remains unclear.

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Most Americans say Clinton won first debate against Trump

But all that momentum Trump seemed to have came before an overwhelming 62 percent of all voters declared Clinton the runaway debate victor in a CNN/ORC poll. But other people on social media, especially those who supported Clinton and felt she won, began to wonder if #TrumpWon was a hoax , and if they had watched the same debate as others .

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Seth Meyers Tears Donald Trump's Birther Statement to Shreds

Trump blamed Democratic rival Hillary Clinton for first raising the issue of Obama's birthplace, although that claim has been debunked by independent fact checkers. A year ago, for example, comedian Stephen Colbert on "The Late Show" asked Trump: "I'm going to throw you a big, fat meatball". " When questioned by conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt about whether he literally believed the President of the United States founded a terror group, Trump doubled down on his original claim with the ...

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First debate: Trump continues in the same vein; Clinton remains composed

He interrupted Clinton repeatedly during the debate, at times leaning into his microphone to declare "wrong!" as she was talking. When Trump replied, "My father gave me a very small loan", I heard Trump saying, "Anything less than $200 million is a pittance".

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Data recorder in Hoboken train crash didn't work, NTSB says

Thursday, the 34-year-old de Kroon was headed to the station during the morning commute. A New Jersey Transit conductor picks up paperwork at the Hoboken terminal in March. Commuters will still feel the impact of Thursday's train crash in Hoboken come Monday morning. The audit was launched after the federal regulatory agency noticed an uptick in rail incident and found "dozens of safety violations" that needed to be fixed immediately, the official said.

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Wells Fargo to pay $24.1 million for improper repossession of servicemembers' cars

Stumpf said before the next question cut the sentence off. Ranking member Maxine Waters (D., Calif.), meanwhile, said the bank should be broken up. "They lost me as a banking customer and I have warned family and friends", said Brian Kennedy, one of the millions of Americans affected.

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Colonial Aims to Restart Fuel Pipeline Wednesday

It will still take several days for the fuel delivery supply chain to return to normal, Colonial said. State Workers discovered the leak on September 9 when they noticed dead vegetation, a strong odor and a sheen over one of the ponds. "This includes trucking and barging fuel from other markets and refineries", the company said. Gas prices spiked and drivers found "out of service" bags covering pumps as the gas shortage in the South rolled into the work week, raising fears that the ...

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Superb Payet solo goal but West Ham winless run continues

I didn't see many players scoring these kinds of goals. "You see free-kicks, you see volleys, scissor kicks, all different types of goals, but this was like Messi's goals", he told reporters. Boro manager Aitor Karanka said: "A good point, but happier by the performance". Stewards also had to go into the home end during the first half of the game, although the disorder within the stadium was not as pronounced as in West Ham's previous home games with Bournemouth and Watford.

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Ivory ban may be lifted despite plunge in elephant numbers

The meeting will be attended by thousands of conservationists and officials from different nations to hammer out an agreement which will regulate the worldwide trade in ivory and curb poaching of elephants and African Rhino. About 60% of elephant deaths are by poachers. Last held in Bangkok in 2013, this year's CITES conference ends October 5. The IUCN points to poaching, which began to surge in Africa a decade ago, as the main driver of the major population decline.

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Newton leaves game with concussion, doesn't return

Newton took a hard hit to the head from Deion Jones as he attempted to stroll into the end zone for the two-point conversion. The Panthers' medical staff is under review by the NFL and NFL Players Association for its handling of Newton following a huge collision on the potential, game-winning drive at Denver in Week 1.

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Fed Keeps Rates Steady, Markets Look to December

Analysts now believe December would be the Fed's likely last chance to increase interest rates this year, with Dr Yellen saying she expected one more interest rate rise in 2016 if the job market continued to improve. But there was more dissent in this meeting, with a larger number of Fed governors pushing to raise rates now. BANK OF JAPAN: The Japanese central bank said it will hold its short-term policy rate at negative 0.1 percent and might cut it further.

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Foreign Secretary comments on criminal report into MH17 tragedy

JIT also said they had pinpointed the area of the missile's launch to a territory then in control of pro-Russian secessionist rebels. The JIT concluded that the Boeing 777-300 was shot down by a BUK missile , transported to and from Russian Federation, and fired from a wheat field south of the town of Snizhne, in separatist-controlled territory.

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Services scheduled for man shot, killed by Charlotte police

The American Civil Liberties Union, the NAACP and a media coalition have urged police to release more details - including all the video taken at the scene. A short time later, Officer Vinson saw Scott hold up a gun, which CMPD says gave him probable cause to arrest him for the drug violation and further investigate his possession of the gun.

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18-year-old man shot and killed by Los Angeles police

Snell's death sparked a wave of protests against police brutality Saturday in Los Angeles. He then fled on foot until police caught up with him in what relatives said was the back yard of his home. "The officers summoned paramedics who responded to scene, and unfortunately the suspect succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene".

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Who Had The Worst Debate Moment, Clinton Or Trump?

Thursday's widening is the first true reflection of the post-debate gap between the two candidates. But data experts say the Democratic contender has at the very least reestablished herself as the front-runner after the race had tightened nearly to the point of a toss-up.


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