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Deer crashes college cross-country race, topples runner

Deer crashes college cross-country race, topples runner

According to the school's athletic web site, DeLuzio was "very bruised up", but he completed the race after teammate Matt French helped DeLuzio to his feet. "So I pulled up my phone and next thing I knew they collided". So much for cross-country not being a contact sport. You guessed it: The fact that the majority of the runners just kept on running instead of turning around and coming to the aid of their fallen comrade.


Engineer in crash had undiagnosed sleep apnea

Engineer in crash had undiagnosed sleep apnea

Mr Gallagher told investigators he had no memory of the crash, but remembered waking up on the floor. Gallagher was cleared for duty when he went in for a physical in July. A spokesperson for NJ Transit said that it also has a sleep apnea screening program, though "NJ TRANSIT is not authorized to discuss any employee's medical or personal information".



Democrats eye Joe Crowley for House minority leader

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi agreed Tuesday morning to delay leadership elections until after Thanksgiving following an outcry from several dozen members who didn't want to expedite the process so soon after a devastating election.


Federal Bureau of Investigation clears Hillary Clinton two days ahead of elections

Federal Bureau of Investigation clears Hillary Clinton two days ahead of elections

That criticism of Mr Comey from both parties is likely to persist after the election. With the election on Tuesday, Comey's statements and the FBI's overall handling of the emails controversy has drawn fire from congressional Democrats, who criticised the agency for clouding Clinton's campaign so close to the election, while Republicans questioned why the new inquiry ended so quickly.


Twitter suspends several alt-right accounts

Twitter suspends several alt-right accounts

The alt-right, a loosely organized group that espouses white nationalism, emerged as a counterpoint to mainstream conservatism and has flourished online. "We also do not allow accounts whose primary goal is inciting harm towards others on the basis of these categories", Twitter's website states. "It's a public space and we have to treat it that way".


Minnesota prosecutor details key moments of police shooting

Minnesota prosecutor details key moments of police shooting

Yanez ran Castile's license plate and found that the vehicle was not stolen and that Castile was not wanted on any warrants, but chose to pull over Castile because of a broken tail light, Choi said . Yanez is expected to turn himself in tomorrow, when he will make his first appearance in criminal court. The complaint states that Kauser did not touch or remove his gun and said he was surprised when Yanez opened fire.