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US Sen. Dianne Feinstein, 84, to run for 6th term

US Sen. Dianne Feinstein, 84, to run for 6th term

She also sparked outrage in August when she said , of President Trump, "I just hope he has the ability to learn and to change, and if he does, he can be a good president". Feinstein has taken a leading role in efforts against gun violence, sponsoring an assault weapons ban in the 1990s and more recently the proposed ban on the modification used in the Las Vegas shooting that allows a semiautomatic weapon to perform like an automatic.


Tropical Storm Ophelia forms in Atlantic; no threat to SWFL

Tropical Storm Ophelia forms in Atlantic; no threat to SWFL

The IVCN consensus model has Ophelia strengthening into a hurricane within 72 hours, however the NOAA has not included this in its official forecast. "This system is located out in the east Atlantic and poses no threat to land", said WLOX First Alert Meteorologist Wesley Williams.


JeM commander killed in Kashmir

JeM commander killed in Kashmir

Khalid was a top ranked militant who carried a cash reward of almost Rs 7 lakh on his head. Khalid, said to be a Pakistani national, was categorised A++ or the most wanted militant. He was aiming at attacks on security establishments in the state. Quoting the Director General of Jammu and Kashmir Police S P Vaid, PTI reported, "He was killed in a joint operation by the Jammu and Kashmir Police's Special Operation Group, local police, the CRPF and the Army".



Nats pick Strasburg to pitch Game 1; Scherzer start unknown

Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo produced RBI singles with two outs in the sixth inning for the first two hits off an otherwise-dominant Strasburg. So did reaching on the error compare to the homer in 2016? "This is what we brought him here for — to be a No.


Trump's praise of Columbus omits dark history

Trump's praise of Columbus omits dark history

Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who will march in the Columbus Day parade in Manhattan on Monday, said last month that the Christopher Columbus statue is about honoring Italian Americans, according to the Post . "The Knights of Columbus joins the vast majority of Americans in celebrating Columbus Day", said Supreme Knight Carl Anderson, the organization's CEO.