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Middleton shooting: At least four people injured in Wisconsin office building shooting

Middleton shooting: At least four people injured in Wisconsin office building shooting Multiple people have been injured in a shooting at an office building in Wisconsin. Middleton police received reports of an active shooter around 10:25 am local time, a police spokeswoman told The Independent. City Administrator Mike Davis said four people had been injured in the shooting, as had the suspect.


2 women drown as van swept into floodwaters

2 women drown as van swept into floodwaters COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Two women who were being transported to a mental health facility drowned when a sheriff's department van was swept away in rising South Carolina floodwaters, according to authorities.


Texas Great-Grandmother Shoots Alligator She Claims Ate Her Horse

Texas Great-Grandmother Shoots Alligator She Claims Ate Her Horse Judy Cochran had been trying to kill the gator for three years.


Masontown shooting: Multiple injured including police officer at Pennsylvania courthouse

Masontown shooting: Multiple injured including police officer at Pennsylvania courthouse Four people have been injured and taken to the hospital including a reported police officer in Pennsylvania after a gunman opened fire at a district judge's office, several local reports indicate. The shooting occurred sometime after 2pm local time in Masontown, Pennsylvania, and the Fayette County coroner has been called to the scene, an employee at that office has confirmed. Two of the victims were airlifted to JW Ruby Memorial Hospital in West Virginia after the shooting, and one was taken to that hospital through emergency ground transportation.


Factbox: Bayer's Monsanto faces broad U.S. glyphosate litigation

Factbox: Bayer's Monsanto faces broad U.S. glyphosate litigation The company filed a post-trial motion on Tuesday for California Superior Court Judge Suzanne Bolanos in San Francisco to set aside the Aug. 10 jury verdict, reduce the award or grant a new trial, saying there was insufficient evidence for the jury to conclude glyphosate caused the man's disease. Bayer denies allegations that glyphosate, the world's most widely used weed-killer, causes cancer and said it would appeal the verdict if necessary. The jury awarded $39 million in compensatory damages and $250 million in punitive damages to school groundskeeper Dewayne Johnson, who was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, a cancer of the lymph system, in 2014.


Jeff Flake, Bob Corker Don't Want Brett Kavanaugh Vote Delayed

Jeff Flake, Bob Corker Don't Want Brett Kavanaugh Vote Delayed Republican senators are urging the Judiciary Committee to vote on Supreme


2 Female Mental Health Patients Drown as Van Is Swept Away in Florence Flood Waters

2 Female Mental Health Patients Drown as Van Is Swept Away in Florence Flood Waters A sheriff's department van was swept away in rising South Carolina flood waters


Trump Boasts About Steel Industry’s ‘New Life' As More Steelworkers Vote To Strike

Trump Boasts About Steel Industry’s ‘New Life' As More Steelworkers Vote To Strike President Donald Trump recently boasted about the U.S. steel industry. "It has


Sony PlayStation Classic announced for December 2018

Sony PlayStation Classic announced for December 2018 With 20 games built in, including "Final Fantasy VII," the PlayStation Classic is being listed at $99 USD, $129 CAN, €99, £89 and ¥9,980. Classic adventure game "Final Fantasy VII" is among the first five titles announced for the PlayStation Classic's on-board library ahead of a December 3 launch. Nintendo has already found great success with the $59 NES Mini and $79 SNES Mini, and now PlayStation is responding with a sub-$100 shrunk-down retro console of its own.


Kim Jong Un Will Visit Seoul In 'Near Future,' Vows To Dismantle Missile Site

Kim Jong Un Will Visit Seoul In 'Near Future,' Vows To Dismantle Missile Site North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said Wednesday that he planned to visit Seoul,


North Korea Agrees to Permanently Dismantle Nuclear Complex If U.S. Takes Corresponding Steps

North Korea Agrees to Permanently Dismantle Nuclear Complex If U.S. Takes Corresponding Steps The Korean leaders also announced plans to host the 2032 Summer Olympics together


After the storm: hardship endures for Puerto Ricans on US mainland

After the storm: hardship endures for Puerto Ricans on US mainland They arrived in New York from Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria ravaged the island in September 2017, leaving widespread devastation in its wake and a death toll that would spiral to almost 3,000. A year on, Joannelly Cruz and her mother Gloria Martinez are in a homeless shelter, part of a generation of Puerto Ricans struggling to rebuild shattered lives on the US mainland.


Tesla confirms criminal probe into Musk talk of going private

Tesla confirms criminal probe into Musk talk of going private Tesla confirmed Tuesday that US Justice Department officials were looking into possible criminal aspects of a seemingly spontaneous, and later aborted, announcement by chief executive Elon Musk on taking the electric automaker private. Tesla shares ended the formal Nasdaq trading day down 3.35 percent to $284.96. Tesla said it was confident the matter would be quickly resolved with the Justice Department.


Feinstein's opponent seizes on her role in Kavanaugh fight

Feinstein's opponent seizes on her role in Kavanaugh fight SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, a Republican from Kentucky, and Kevin de Leon, a Democrat in the California state Senate, rarely have much in common. But they're united in their condemnation this week of Sen. Dianne Feinstein.


Yahoo News explains: Why is the U.S. in a trade war with China?

Yahoo News explains: Why is the U.S. in a trade war with China? On Monday, President Trump announced tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports. This comes on top of the $50 billion to $60 billion in Chinese import tariffs announced this March. China responded Tuesday, threatening to impose tariffs on $60 billion worth of U.S. goods.


Syria's government and opposition welcome Idlib deal

Syria's government and opposition welcome Idlib deal BEIRUT (AP) — Both Syria's government and its opposition welcomed the Turkey-Russia deal declaring a de-militarized zone around the major rebel stronghold Idlib, saying Tuesday the agreement stemmed more bloodshed.


The 2019 BMW Z4 Is a Real Roadster Again

The 2019 BMW Z4 Is a Real Roadster Again The new softtop will offer six-cylinder M40i and four-cylinder 30i versions.


18 Potato Casseroles That Are Peak Comfort Food

Twitter Users Rib Ted Cruz For Joking Beto O'Rourke Will Ban BBQ

Twitter Users Rib Ted Cruz For Joking Beto O'Rourke Will Ban BBQ Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) must be getting desperate in his re-election bid for


Arrest shows challenge of keeping rogues off Border Patrol

Arrest shows challenge of keeping rogues off Border Patrol HOUSTON (AP) — The arrest of a Border Patrol supervisor on allegations that he killed four women calls new attention to the agency's problems keeping rogue officers off its force as it faces intense pressure to hire thousands more agents.


2018 Mercedes-AMG GLE43 / GLE43 Coupe

2018 Mercedes-AMG GLE43 / GLE43 Coupe A compelling combo that straddles the line between zesty and aging.


Daycare owner arrested after allegedly tying infants to car seats for 7 hours and giving children drugs

Daycare owner arrested after allegedly tying infants to car seats for 7 hours and giving children drugs A Texas daycare centre owner has been arrested on child endangerment charges after she was accused of keeping infants and toddlers tied to their car seats for hours. Rebecca Anderson, 60, kept the small children tied up in car seats for at least seven hours a day at her Mesquite daycare centre, Becky’s Home Child Care, according to an arrest warrant affidavit. The affidavit also alleged the daycare centre owner yanked a six-month-old child by the bib around his neck, tying laces around the young children’s necks to limit their movement.


Wall Street Journal Goes All Out To Defend Kavanaugh Amid Sexual Assault Allegation

Wall Street Journal Goes All Out To Defend Kavanaugh Amid Sexual Assault Allegation President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee is facing an allegation of


Richmond tornado: At least one dead after Hurricane Florence aftermath hits Virginia

Richmond tornado: At least one dead after Hurricane Florence aftermath hits Virginia Officials have reported that at least one person was killed after tornadoes hit Virginia in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, which was downgraded to a tropical depression. Chesterfield County Lieutenant Jason Elmore confirmed the reports of the death via Twitter. The Wakefield, Virginia National Weather Service had previously issued multiple tornado warnings to various areas in Virginia, warning residents to take cover.


Footage shows massive colonies of fire ants floating in Hurricane Florence floodwaters

Footage shows massive colonies of fire ants floating in Hurricane Florence floodwaters In wake of Hurricane Florence, victims in the storm's path are being warned of


Palestinians say Israeli troops fire on Gaza protesters killing two

Palestinians say Israeli troops fire on Gaza protesters killing two Israeli forces opened fire during a demonstration in the northern Gaza Strip near a border crossing on Tuesday, killing two Palestinian protesters and injuring 46 others, the Palestinian health ministry said. The Israeli military had no initial knowledge of any casualties or that live fire had been used, a spokeswoman said. Israel was marking the Yom Kippur fast day from dusk on Tuesday, when very few officials are available for comment.


Lithuania Says Walmart Has Agreed To Stop Selling Soviet-Themed T-Shirts

Lithuania Says Walmart Has Agreed To Stop Selling Soviet-Themed T-Shirts Lithuanian officials said that Walmart has agreed to remove Soviet-themed


Audi launches electric SUV in Tesla's backyard, with assist from Amazon

Audi launches electric SUV in Tesla's backyard, with assist from Amazon German luxury car brand Audi on Monday staged the global launch of a new electric sport utility vehicle on the home turf of rival Tesla Inc, and highlighted a deal with Amazon.com Inc to make recharging its forthcoming e-tron models easier. The Audi e-tron midsize SUV will be offered in the United States next year at a starting price of $75,795 before a $7,500 tax credit. It is one of a volley of electric vehicles coming from Volkswagen AG brands, as well as other European premium brands including Daimler-owned Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Volvo Cars and Jaguar Land Rover.


11 Next-Level Ways To Make Roasted Cauliflower

Hundreds rescued as river reaches record heights in North Carolina

Hundreds rescued as river reaches record heights in North Carolina North Carolina rivers may crest higher than they did during Hurricane Matthew in 2016.


Rare find: The fastest British hatchback ever

Rare find: The fastest British hatchback ever A rare example of Britain’s finest underdog – the MG Maestro Turbo – has been unearthed near Portadown, Northern Ireland and it’s for sale!


Photographer travels the globe to capture the world's most beautiful libraries

Photographer travels the globe to capture the world's most beautiful libraries This photographer has an incredible body of work after traveling the globe in to capture images of some of the world’s most beautiful of libraries. The photographer, from Florence, Italy, said that everything about these grand venues attracts him — from the simple smell of dust, leather and wood, to the pleasure of opening an aged book.


Striking images captured on 1st day of Korean summit talks

Striking images captured on 1st day of Korean summit talks SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The broadly smiling North and South Korean leaders embrace each other as cheering Pyongyang residents wave fake flowers. The two inspect goose-stepping soldiers and ride together in a convertible Mercedes limousine for a parade. The leaders praise one another for taking the initiative to open a new era of inter-Korean detente.


British chips to be 3cm shorter than usual as Belgian potatoes hit by dry, hot summer 

British chips to be 3cm shorter than usual as Belgian potatoes hit by dry, hot summer  Britons will be served up shorter chips this year as potato farmers across Europe struggle to cope with the worst summer drought for decades. Britain eats 1.75 million tonnes of frozen chips every year and is, alongside the US, the world’s largest importer of the product. Almost all frozen fry imports to Britain, about 750,000 tonnes, come from the Netherlands and Belgium. The hot weather and lack of rain has hit European crop yields, resulting in a drop of about 20% in Northern Europe, and made the potatoes, usually the size of a small brick, smaller. That will mean smaller, shorter chips, potato experts in Britain and Belgium have warned.    The remaining million tonnes of frozen fries eaten ever year are made from British potatoes but even British farmers are facing a 10 to 15 percent drop in yield. Britons are one of the biggest potato eaters in the EU, eating a 100kg of potatoes per person ever year. “This was the hottest British summer since 1976, which any potato person will tell you was an almost mythical year,” said Cedric Porter, editor of World Potato Markets, “it is still talked about in potato circles.” “The chips are down,” he said, “You can expect smaller chips in Britain and in Europe.” Mr Porter said that Belgian and Dutch farmers had been hit hard and could struggle to fulfil their contracts. Potatoes sold on the open market, rather than under contract, were selling for €10 a ton last year but were now selling for €250 a ton.   The squeeze on frites has appalled Belgians, who cherish the chip as their national dish.  The traditional Bintje, tuber and the newer Fontane varieties have been much smaller with crop yields dropping by 25 percent in Belgium. Pierre Lebrun is the coordinator of the potato sector of Wallonia, Belgium’s French-speaking region. He told local media that the poor crop would mean frites from tubers being shortened by as much as 3 centimetres from their usual length of 8 to 9 cm. “We will all eat small fries”, said Mr Lebrun, who added that farmers in Western Germany, France, the Netherlands and the south of Britain “were all in the same boat.” "The soils are very dry, it does not make it easy for farmers to work," Mr Lebrun said, "Generally, to have long fries, we work with tubers with a diameter of more than 50mm."  "Then you get fries of 8 to 9 cm This time, as the tubers are smaller, the fries will be smaller."  Belgium is one of the largest exporters of frozen fries in the world, exporting 2.3 million tonnes of frozen fries every year. In the year ending June 2018, Belgium exported 344,000 tons of frozen frites to the UK, a 9.3 percent increase on the previous year, despite Brexit. The Belgian frozen fry industry has been waging a campaign to boost its exports by using a James Bond style character with a “licence to fry”. “James Bint” insists the frites are called Belgian, rather than French, fries.  


Philippine miners dig for their own in typhoon landslide

Philippine miners dig for their own in typhoon landslide Itogon (Philippines) (AFP) - The miners in the mountains of the northern Philippines usually dig for gold. But on Tuesday they were digging for their colleagues and relatives buried under a vast landslide unleashed by Typhoon Mangkhut.


Jason Chaffetz: The deep state is real

Jason Chaffetz: The deep state is real There is a concerted effort to protect Barack Obama and bring down President Trump, the Fox News contributor and author of 'The Deep State' says on 'Fox & Friends.'


Hurricane Florence Has Killed At Least 1.7 Million Chickens In North Carolina

Hurricane Florence Has Killed At Least 1.7 Million Chickens In North Carolina At least one livestock company has reported massive losses in the wake of


Leadership in the Oval Office, from FDR to Barack Obama

Leadership in the Oval Office, from FDR to Barack Obama "CBS This Morning" co-anchor John Dickerson’s essay on presidential leadership is based on a series of Yahoo News interviews with historians.


U.S. duties spare Apple gadgets but hit cloud industry

U.S. duties spare Apple gadgets but hit cloud industry (Reuters) - The United States will spare Apple Inc's Watch and other consumer gadgets from the latest round of tariffs on Chinese goods, according to a list of products released by the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) on Monday.


Asia Argento Threatens to Sue Rose McGowan Over 'Horrendous Lies' About Sexual Assault Allegations

Asia Argento Threatens to Sue Rose McGowan Over 'Horrendous Lies' About Sexual Assault Allegations McGowan and Argento were previously close allies in the #MeToo movement