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Grand Junction woman receives $133 million Powerball check

Grand Junction woman receives $133 million Powerball check

Judy still didn't believe her eyes. Mack, who Judy calls "Mr Calm", checked the numbers himself and said: 'Those are the same numbers'. After double-checking the numbers online, she went out to the auto and got the ticket, which she always keeps tucked into the visor in the vehicle.


Mexico natural disaster: Remarkable moment school children are rescued from rubble

Mexico natural disaster: Remarkable moment school children are rescued from rubble

September 19 - 20, 1985: Two earthquakes in western Mexico , one magnitude 8.0, kill at least 9,500 people in Mexico City and parts of central and western Mexico , heavily damaging parts of the capital. The quake destroyed and damaged at least 20 buildings in Mexico City . Between 50 and 60 people were pulled alive from the rubble by citizens and rescue workers in the city.



Suspects in London subway attack may have been fostered in Britain

Photos published by the Sun newspaper showed a man being detained outside a fast-food restaurant in Hounslow, which was searched by police. An 18-year-old teenager, an Iraqi refugee was also arrested in the departure area of the port of Dover in connection with the attack on Saturday morning who is suspected of being planted the bomb.


Dem Rep. Pallone Asks IG to Look at Tom Price's Travel

Dem Rep. Pallone Asks IG to Look at Tom Price's Travel

A department spokesperson declined to share details of the flights with Politico or say who paid for the trips, but said Price occasionally uses a charter aircraft for official travel when commercial flights aren't feasible. Although legal, former director of the United States Office of Government Ethics Walter Shaub told the outlet that Price's actions were, at best, "highly dubious and in most cases a misuse of taxpayer funding".


Trump's Threats Make It Harder to Get North Korea to Talk Disarmament

Trump's Threats Make It Harder to Get North Korea to Talk Disarmament

Defense Secretary James Mattis said Monday that the USA has not moved to shoot down any of North Korea's test missiles because "those missiles are not directly threatening any of us". "This regime is so close now to threatening the United States and others with a nuclear weapon, that we really have to move with a great deal of urgency on sanctions , on diplomacy, and on preparing, if necessary, a military option".


Cornell University fraternity chapter to close amid racist attack probe

Cornell University fraternity chapter to close amid racist attack probe

After a black Cornell University student was attacked last week, the president has directed the Greek system on campus to develop new diversity training and will set up a new task force to address campus prejudices. Ithaca Attorney Raymond Schlather said he was representing Greenwood and that he "was in no way involved in any physical altercation of any kind".