Politico
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Mandatory firearms insurance has been an academic concept for 30 years , and will likely remain merely theoretical—the gun lobby has defeated every proposal, in even the bluest statehouses. The NRA’s optional insurance is available today in all 50 states. It might lessen the financial burden on individual gun owners involved in a shooting, but Carry Guard isnt a credible answer to the staggering public costs of gun injuries, which are overwhelmingly borne by taxpayers. By one estimate , the economic impact of U.S. domestic gun violence reaches $229 billion per year. To understand the long-term costs of a single gunshot injury, I spoke with Joseph Jaskolka, who was struck by celebratory gunfire in the first moments of New Year’s Day, 1999. The bullet is still lodged deep in his brain, a bright white kernel on an X-ray of his skull. He’s endured dozens of surgeries to his brain and eyes, and received specialized care for migraine headaches and gastrointestinal problems.
Sky News
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she was concerned about this, whether she felt there had been failings by the intelligence services, by the police and she didn't really answer that, she just went back to the announcement about the terror threat level change. Tom, many thanks. That is breaking news coming into us this morning, that the Prime.
Sky News
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that the threat has gone away but it is taking down a peg from those concerns that an attack might be imminent, and as you heard on the second answer that the Prime Minister gave, she did say that there has been significant police activity in the last 24 hours but.
Sky News
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He handles them fairly easily. And he can adapt pretty well, Kell Brook, and I think anything Spence brings to him, I think Brooke has an answer. A massive fight.
Ruptly TV
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President of the Philippines Rodrigo Duterte said the he would be responsible for the consequences and ramifications of the martial law he recently implemented in the Mindanao islands, Saturday. Speaking to soldiers on the southern Philippine island, Duterte said, "For this martial law and the consequences of martial law, and the ramifications of martial law, I and I alone would be responsible." He continued saying that he "will answer for everything" and that commanders now "can arrest any person, search any house, without a warrant." While talking to the journalists, the president allegedly also made a rape joke, according to which he stated that if any of his soldiers would rape three women, he will be the one to admit that he did it. Duterte declared martial law on the collection of islands May 24 for a period of 60 days. Mindanao has a population of 200,000.
Leicester Mercury
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Leicester City were widely expected to make an announcement this week over the manager's job with Craig Shakespeare's short-term contract ending with the final game of the season. But there has been no announcement since the season ended, with Shakespeare heading off to the south of France with his players to be guests of the club's owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha. So exactly what is going on? We try to answer fans' questions Why has there been no announcement? The owners will not be...
The Event Chronicle
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This is a living, real to lifesimulation’ that responds to your impulses, behavioral patterns and thoughts. So then, if the simulation was designed to keep people in the simulation by resisting any coming to full awareness, how would this play out in the long run? If the soul develops from increasing self-awareness, and the system disables awareness, then would not the very essence of the soul be threatened by such a system? This is the realitydeath-match’ between humanity and the false-reality that was designed eons ago. Who did it is a question, whether us, or someone else, the result is more or less the same. The system defines itself by its ability to reduce self-awareness into automation. Another way to see this is that if increasing self-awareness results in an increase in power over the simulation via one’s own reality being determined by the self that they are now more aware of, then how could the system retain power? What energies would be focused to derive a power-base to generate a structure that enables a controlling force to create a ‘buffer zone’ around the overall view and continuallypressurize’ the area to ‘pushawakening souls back into the material existence (matrix)? The kinds of energies here are the answer to the question.
Autocar
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Called AMG Torque Dynamics, it is essentially extreme active torque-vectoring. AMG boss Tobias Moers (pictured below) said less just 275 versions of the Project One would be made and that he expects all units to be sold before the model's reveal at the Frankfurt motor show. Buyers' first drives will take place in mid-2018, and Mercedes-AMG has reportedly had over 1000 expressions of interest in the new model. "it will be up to local-market management to decide who gets a car," said Moers. "Beyond that, we expect to develop a special program to support owners, but using the car will not be as complicated as many prospective customers seem to expect. Because of the F1 technology in the car, people are asking me "will I need a support crew or dedicated fuel to run it," - and my answer is always no. This will be a street car. You keep it plugged in in the garage.
ABC News - International
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Sky News
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terms of looking at migration, but in terms of that Russian discussion, it really is impinging on his inner circle and he will have to answer questions when he returns to America. The FBI have been looking into the whole suggestion that there was collusion between the Russians.
Voice Of America
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After the G-7 summit of economically advanced countries, the president will address American troops on an Italian base before departing for home. Not yet on the agenda: a news conference. If that holds, Trump will break with presidential precedent by not holding at least one lengthy question-and-answer session with the press while abroad. Anxious about Trump’s tendency to make things worse for himself with unscripted remarks, the White House staff has kept the president a safe distance from journalists for most of the trip. No deadline on climate decision Trump was warmly welcomed in the Middle East, but in Europe he’s faced a far cooler reception. He’s been willing to risk disapproval, engaging in an extraordinary scolding of close allies over their responsibility to pay for mutual defense. But true to form, on Friday Trump also showed that he might be willing to deal.
ITV
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and it would have been completely without fault, but there'd just be 200 euros on the door for no reason, without the context of the dent. But that isn't how you fix a car. Punching it is not the answer. If your carburettor's dodgy, don't snap it. Were they doing that on purpose? To get the dents out. I've seen that done before with a hairdryer on the bodywork on the side. Really? Yes
BBC News 24
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we were then told it wasn't so much the change in her marital status, but because the second driver was no longer her husband. Same bloke but he was not related. And then further enquiry, no, it was a technical glitch. And then further enquiry during the week, they eventually came back and went to give an answer but just.
Sky News
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behaviour. I don't know again, what the answer is because you can't be treating everybody as if they are watching a bomb attack just because they are taking money from the benefit system. It is galling, nonetheless. To the Times
Sky News
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resolution to this. Everyone has to find the answer to this. It is not simple. It really isn't simple. We know that that something has got to be done. We all decided that. It needs to be clever and smarter, I think, than what has come
Sky News
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got a bit of a duffing up on the Andrew Neal interview. He refused to say about the nuclear deterrent, he just kept referring to the manifesto. Isn't that an answer in itself?.
BBC News 24
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to 5:30pm and the kick-off. Mike, I don't know if you know the answer now, but who has those two old cups? Actually, I think they are in the Wembley Museum, or the Wembley cabinets. Because of course it was 2013, the last time it was replaced, when Wigan won it
Washington Free Beacon
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In shock, we did not answer. Jacobs then said he wanted the police called and went to leave. Gianforte looked at the three of us and repeatedly apologized. At that point, I told him and Scanlon, who was now present, that we needed a moment. The men then left. The Weekly Standard also seems unaware that this is a Sorosian conspiracy, highlighting the similarities to the time John McCormack was treated poorly by a Martha Coakley campaign staffer: Two, the Gianforte campaign's lies about Jacobs are even worse than Gianforte's physical attack on Jacobs. Lying about anyone is wrong, but a journalist's livelihood depends on his reputation for honest and accurate reporting. My biggest concern after the Coakley incident—which occurred a few months after another campaign called the cops on me for asking questions ( persistently but politely! ) and then lied about my behavior —was that the Coakley campaign would spin the story, and some people wouldn't believe me.
Voice Of America
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It's an old riddle: What is the human body's largest organ? The answer, of course, is skin. And while it's certainly tough, skin's enemy is heat. Treating serious burns usually involves placing human or pig skin over the burn to help it heal. Doctors in Brazil are using a unique skin replacement that may also help the healing process. VOA's Kevin Enochs reports.
TYT YouTube
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Why was this pigeon carrying a backpack full of ketamine? Ana Kasparian, Ben Mankiewicz, Mark Thompson, and Sue-Ann Robinson, the hosts of The Young Turks, have the answer. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. https://tytnetwork.com/join/ “Customs officials in Kuwait have apprehended a pigeon carrying drugs in a miniature backpack, Kuwaiti newspaper al-Rai reports. A total of 178 pills were found in the fabric pocket attached to its back, the newspaper says. The bird was caught near the customs building in Abdali, close to the border with Iraq. An al-Rai journalist said the drugs were a form of ketamine, an anaesthetic also used as an illegal party drug. Abdullah Fahmi told the BBC that customs officials already knew pigeons were being used to smuggle drugs, but this was the first time they had caught a bird in the act.” Read more here: http://www.
Antiwar.com News
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The Israeli far-right coalition government is a potential threat to President Trump's peace efforts, as several members of the relatively small coalition are openly opposed to any peace talks at all, let alone a deal leading to a Palestinian state. That's mostly Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's problem, and his answer right now is contact with Zionist Union leader Isaac Herzog , one of the top opposition leaders, hoping to make a deal to expand his coalition, meaning the opponents would no longer be able to collapse the government over the peace process. Netanyahu has tried unsuccessfully to make such overtures to Herzog before, but has been unsuccessful, mostly because the Zionist Union isn't comfortable trying to coexist with the far-right coalition members. The prospect of doing it for the peace process however, might make it more politically palatable.
Carscoops
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Can a BMW M be a genuine fun car with an all-wheel drive system strapped to it? The answer is reportedly yes, in the case of the 2018 BMW M5 . Read more »
BBC News 24
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security and terrorism. I understand that, but we need a simple answer to a simple question. You've had the answer. You cannot say to the British people tonight that "I,.
Daily Mail - Rugby Union
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