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(NM) — A New Mexico woman is facing charges after police say she ordered food from a Sonic and told a server, “This one’s on God,” before fleeing. The Las Cruces Sun-News reports 30-year-old Delila Hernandez was arrested Monday in a felony robbery case. Police say Hernandez rode her bicycle to a Sonic in Las ...

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(NEW YORK POST) — A pistol-packing customer shot two robbers who tried to stick up a convenience store in Virginia, killing one suspect and seriously wounding another, police said. The shooting broke out at a 7-Eleven in Virginia Beach early Thursday when two armed males wearing masks walked into the store and demanded money. A ...

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(NEW YORK POST) — teens from Indiana were recorded spitting into soda bottles, then returning the drinks to a store refrigerator, according to a report. Video footage of the cringe-worthy incident was posted online and shared by Indianapolis resident Brittney Edwards with the hopes of catching the soda spitters, according to WTHR. “I don’t know ...

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(FOX NEWS) — Newly translated into English, Albert Einstein’s private travel diaries from the 1920s reveal that he was racist in his early life, especially toward Chinese people. The journals, published as “The Travel Diaries of Albert Einstein” by Princeton University Press, reveal that Einstein, perhaps the most famous scientist of all time and known ...

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(AP) — Late night gunfire at an outdoor event in Brooklyn killed one man, wounded 11 other people and sent hundreds running for cover despite a large police presence in the area. The shooting erupted just as the crowd at the annual Old Timers Event in the Brownsville neighbourhood was beginning to disperse Saturday, witnesses ...

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(AFP) — As Europe’s record-breaking heatwave drifts towards the Arctic it threatens to accelerate the melting of ice in Greenland, which already started earlier than normal this year, climate scientists warned Saturday. After breaking records over Europe, the heatwave has swept over Scandinavia and is predicted to move towards Greenland, according to the World Meteorological ...

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(AP) — With Britain’s departure from the European Union due in less than 100 days, new Prime Minister Boris Johnson is a man in a hurry. But he’s not rushing off to Brussels. The UK leader has no meetings scheduled with EU officials. Instead, he was in central England on Friday, talking about his promise ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Two days after donating just over $2 million to the Jamaica Cancer Society, English freemasons presented a similar amount to the National Children’s Home, one of the charities that constantly receives donations from masons. Peter Lowndes, pro grand master of the United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE); and Dwight Reece, the newly ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Former trade unionist and member of the Industrial Disputes Tribunal (IDT) at, Trevor McNish, died in the University Hospital of the West Indies (UHWI) Thursday morning. McNish, who died at age 64 after a long battle with renal problems, was an assistant island supervisor at the National Workers Union (NWU) in the ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — JAMAICA has turned to Nigeria in an effort to ease what has become a crisis situation regarding the chronic shortage of nurses which continues to ail the island’s public health sector. Minister of Health and Wellness Dr Christopher Tufton says Nigeria is one avenue being explored by his ministry, among others, as ...

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