The shooting was reported just before 10 p.m.at the business, in the 700 block of Arlington Road, just south of East Upper Lewisburg Salem Road. It's unclear whether anyone was injured in the incident. Police have identified a suspect vehicle in connection with the incident. Dispatchers said the suspect is considered armed and unsafe. Both officers involved in the shooting are on paid administrative leave, per policy, Jerome said.
Barack Obama warned American voters the country's fate is in their hands Wednesday as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's White House battle went down to the wire. Turnout in Mecklenberg, Orange, Wake and Durham counties, where one in three people are black, is up 17% on average, according to the campaign's data.
The White House has sought to distance itself from top Democrats' attacks on Comey. "The good news is the president believes that Director Comey is a man of integrity, he's a man of principle and he's a man of good character", Earnest said .
According to CNN, she's also booked three spots, including one lasting 60 seconds. The candidates were slated to take their tussle to Florida and North Carolina on Thursday, two lynchpins in Trump's plan to take the White House.
Images of the rescue by the Italian Red Cross and other NGOs showed people struggling in the water before being pulled to safety. The Italian coast guard said it had no information on the second reported rescue on Wednesday or the saving of two women.
In the end the baseball gods determined the Cubs and their fans had suffered enough. Who cares about that anymore. "If you see the hitter blink or take a pitch that is obviously a strike, and he does not mention anything to the umpire and he knows it's a strike, that tells you how much his ball is moving and how fine it is", Maddon said.
I think you've just got anxiety. In a trailer for the next season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians Kendall Jenner opens up about concerns for her health and we're all kinds of anxious over here. She admitted, "Anyone who knows me knows that I have really bad trypophobia". Sufferes of sleep parayslis can't move their arms and legs, body, and head when falling asleep or waking up.
The daily quoted a survivor as saying that the boat departed from Selingi, Johor Bahru, Malaysia at 3 a.m. and was heading to Batam in Indonesia. The police suspect that the overcrowded boat encountered the rough seas and capsized. "It was so crowded, some of us could not sit", Haryanto said. The Indonesian archipelago of more than 17,000 islands is heavily dependent on boat transport, but safety standards are lax and fatal accidents common.
Speaking from the British parliament during a state visit to the United Kingdom exactly one month after the October 2 plebiscite that voted down the historic peace accords by less than half a percentage point, Santos said that Congress will implement the deal, implying that it would skip over the step of a popular vote.
In a statement, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs accused Pakistan of violations of a 2003 ceasefire that have caused several fatalities and injuries among its civilians and security forces. DIG Dharmendra Pareek said."BSF gave a calibrated retaliation on the global border in response to unprovoked firing and shelling by Pakistani Rangers in areas of Ramgarh and Arnia sectors since morning".
Three senior judges ruled that "the government does not have the power under the Crown's prerogative" to start European Union exit talks. The verdict by three senior judges was closely watched around Europe and by the financial markets as it could derail British Prime Minister Theresa May's plans and affect her negotiating strategy.
Civilians, who emerged cautiously from their homes, some carrying white flags, told tales of IS brutality. The women still wore the niqab, although many had removed their face veils and one took off the full-body covering entirely. IS announced the project in Mosul in 2014, after it routed the much larger Iraqi military, which had been neglected and demoralized by corruption. "We have grave concerns for the safety of these and the tens of thousands of other civilians who have reportedly ...
British prime ministers can use the historic power of royal prerogative to make decisions on foreign affairs, such as withdrawal from treaties, without a parliamentary vote. International Trade Secretary Liam Fox told MPs the government is disappointed but is still determined to respect the result of the referendum.
Germany, Canada and other North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies also promised to send their own forces. United Kingdom vowed to send Royal Air Force Typhoon jets and 800 ground military troops in the region. Canada is reportedly sending 450 troops to Latvia, to be joined by 140 Italian military personnel. Stoltenberg said allies' commitments would be "a clear demonstration of our transatlantic bond".
Earlier on Monday, the Islamabad High Court (IHC) had asked the PTI to hold its planned protest at the "Democracy Park and Speech Corner", located near Parade Ground in Shakarparian and ordered party chief Imran Khan to appear before it. At least 12 Pakistani workers were killed and more than 50 injured today after a huge blast ripped through an oil tanker at a ship-breaking yard, trapping others inside the vessel, local officials said.
Fifteen of its members nonetheless voted against Rajoy on Saturday. " I swear to faithfully fulfil the obligations of prime minister and to show loyalty to the king ", Rajoy said with his hand on the Spanish constitution, at a ceremony attended by King Felipe VI and broadcast live on national television.
He said eight wounded militants left Thursday and were driven toward rebel-controlled Idlib, while seven civilians managed to flee at night. An AFP photographer in the Bustan Al-Qasr neighborhood at one of the crossings the army has set up for evacuations said it was deserted on Saturday morning.
It's also uncertain whether the mounting calls for Park's resignation will lead anywhere. One person was detained while trying to hurl a tub of excrement at her and the prosecutors' office, claiming that the investigation was rigged to protect Park.
About 90 people were on the boat, which capsized off the Indonesian island of Batam , the island's police chief Sambudi Gusdian said. "Of the total, 39 people survived the accident while 18 others were found dead". Mr Haryanto was saved by fishermen after floating in the water for about two hours. On Wednesday, the Indonesian media issued a list of the names of people who were rescued.
A leaflet which was published in 2007 reveals that Mrs May, then a Conservative MP in opposition to the Labour government, said ministers should have to set out their negotiating positions and gain approval from a Commons committee before discussions take place with the EU.
His announcement 11 days before the November 8 election drew outrage from Democrats and others who believed it would unfairly influence the vote. "No sidetracks, Donald. On Tuesday, he used the first day of the annual sign-up period for coverage under the Affordable Care Act to criticise President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law, vowing that if elected he would ask lawmakers to start working on a plan to replace it even before the January 20 inauguration.Obama, an energetic campaigner ...
Authorities from several agencies saturated the area after that shooting, and about 20 minutes later discovered that a Des Moines officer who had responded to the initial killing had been shot in a patrol vehicle at an intersection, Des Moines Sgt.
More standoffs against the 1,200-mile Dakota Access pipeline continued on Friday, as questions were raised on twitter and Facebook about the fairness of police action against protestors. The camp cleared on Thursday was located just to the north of the more permanent, larger encampment, which has been allowed on federally owned land and is a main staging area for hundreds of protesters from around the country including Native Americans, environmentalists and some celebrities.
Zuma's visit is set to push relations between Zimbabwe and South Africa to a "higher level", according to New Zimbabwe, but it has now emerged that Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe's government is desperately seeking investment from its South African counterpart.
Marshals Service, said Vance was shot and killed after a shootout with an officer in Dewey County, Oklahoma. Turk said an officer from the Dewey County Sheriff's Office was injured in the shootout. The Dewey County Sheriff was also injured during a confrontation with the suspect. The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office provided more details Monday about last week's statewide manhunt that culminated with the suspect's death Sunday in western Oklahoma.
She commented: 'The result today was about all of us. The government, which claimed the referendum and existing ministerial powers meant an MP vote would not be needed, has confirmed it will appeal the ruling. But the government announced shortly after that it would. May intends to trigger Article 50 between the New Year and the end of March, a move welcomed by European Union leaders who are pressing for a swift divorce to limit uncertainty over the future of Britain and the rest of ...
In a statement, CPP said USA has no moral ascendancy to invoke human rights principles in raising "concern" over the increasing number of drug suspects killed under President Rodrigo Duterte's anti-illegal drug operations. Alan Peter Cayetano told the Philippines Star. Ramos was clear, the disappointment stemmed from Duterte's failure to support U.S. interests. The curtailed arms sale is about geopolitics, not human rights; Washington is tightening the screws on the increasingly rogue ...
It says Britons voted to leave the bloc "in a referendum approved by Act of Parliament". The three judges looking at the case found there was no constitutional convention of the royal prerogative - powers used by ministers - being used in legislation relating to the EU.
He also vowed to continue fighting terrorism. Schools and universities were ordered to stay closed on Monday, as the army imposed very tight security measures across Lebanon for fear of any security breaches. Former general Michel Aoun, who is allied with Hezbollah, is expected to win election. Michel Aoun poses at the presidential palace in Baabda, Lebanon, on Monday.
As well as summing up in one word the result of one of the most significant events in British political history, " Brexit " has given rise to related terms such as "bremain", " bremorse " and "hard Brexit ". Other words and phrases to make it to Collins's top 10 include " throw shade ", " mic drop " and (our personal favourite) " JOMO " - the joy of missing out, when you enjoy what you're doing without worrying that others are having more fun.
Analysts said although the report did not carry a knock-out punch, it had piled even more pressure on Zuma to resign. "It's not like in the next day or so Zuma's going to announce his resignation, but it all adds up", Dirk Kotze, a politics professor at the University of South Africa, said by phone from Pretoria.
Iranian-backed Iraqi Shi'ite paramilitary groups said they started an offensive on Saturday against Islamic State positions west of Mosul, assisting in a campaign to take back the city. The United States says the battle has taken a heavy toll on IS forces, with up to 900 killed in the first week and a half of the operation. Leaving it open would offer Islamic State fighters a chance to retreat, potentially sparing civilians inside the city who might otherwise be trapped in a bloody fight ...
The foundation, whose board consists of ten prominent South African academics, politicians and journalists, called on the ruling African National Congress party, the liberation movement once headed by Mandela and now led by Zuma, to change its leadership.
The previous message purportedly coming from Baghdadi was from December 2015, an audio recording that reassured followers and supporters that airstrikes by Russian Federation and the U.S. He attempted to stir up sectarian resentment by referring to religious flags and slogans of Shiite fighters among Iraqi forces and by accusing other Sunni groups and politicians of treason.
In a speech delivered in Gaza on behalf of Palestinian political factions, Walid al-Awad, a leading member of the Palestinian People's Party, described the 1917 Balfour Declaration as a "crime" that gave the Jewish people a "national home" on expropriated Palestinian land.