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‘Lauren Boebert is a fool’: Lawmakers point fingers at ‘QAnon Congresswoman’ after she tweeted Pelosi’s location during Capitol riots


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Sears and Kmart closing more stores in late 2019 and early 2020. Is your location closing?

Sears and Kmart closing more stores in late 2019 and early 2020. Is your location closing?More than 100 Kmart and Sears stores will close by the end of 2019 and more closures are expected to continue into early 2020.



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Moscow asks U.S. to confirm location of ex-official named as possible spy

Moscow asks U.S. to confirm location of ex-official named as possible spyRussia has asked the United States via Interpol to confirm the whereabouts of a former Kremlin official who Russian media have said may have been a U.S. spy exfiltrated in 2017, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Thursday. Zakharova made the comment after U.S. media reports, confirmed to Reuters by two sources, said a CIA informant in the Russian government had been extracted and brought to the United States in 2017.



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Canadian police zero in on location in hunt for teen murder suspects

Canadian police zero in on location in hunt for teen murder suspectsCanadian police announced Sunday they had zeroed in on a small community in Manitoba in their hunt for two fugitive teens suspected in three murders. The suspects, identified as Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, have been on the run for more than a week. Authorities say they believe the two are behind the killings of 23-year-old Australian Lucas Fowler and his 24-year-old American girlfriend, Chynna Deese, as well as of Leonard Dyck, a 64-year-old Canadian.



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Woman on 'most wanted list' who taunted police on Facebook arrested after accidentally revealing location

Woman on 'most wanted list' who taunted police on Facebook arrested after accidentally revealing locationPolice arrested a woman after she revealed her location on Facebook while seemingly taunting authorities online. Chloe Jones was arrested in Virginia and extradited to Pennsylvania after she posted a comment on a post featuring a “most wanted” list with her name on it. The list, posted by the Greene County Sheriff’s Office, said she had failed to make court appearances last month over assault charges. “Do you do pick up or delivery??” she wrote on the department’s Facebook post, adding several laughing emojis. Ms Jones began responding to comments from other users, at one point revealing that she was allegedly at the Ruby Memorial Hospital. That discovery led officers to reportedly arresting Ms Jones before transporting the woman back to Greene County. The sheriff’s office was then sure to get the last laugh on social media. The Greene County Sheriff’s Office confirmed her arrest in an updated post, writing, “Ms. Chloe Jones and her witty comments are taking a hiatus from our Facebook comments section due to the jail not having internet for her to use.”“Thank you to the citizens of Greene County, Monongalia County and many others for your tips that lead to her arrest,” the post read. It remains unclear whether officers located Ms Jones at the Ruby Memorial Hospital.The Greene County Sheriff’s Office did not immediately respond to requests for comment.



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Amazon Considers Opting Out of Queens, BROOKLYN DESIGNS Finds New Location, and More News This Week

Amazon Considers Opting Out of Queens, BROOKLYN DESIGNS Finds New Location, and More News This WeekHere’s what you need to know



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U.S. Supreme Court restricts police on cellphone location data

U.S. Supreme Court restricts police on cellphone location dataThe U.S. Supreme Court on Friday imposed limits on the ability of police to obtain cellphone data pinpointing the past location of criminal suspects in a major victory for digital privacy advocates and a setback for law enforcement authorities. In the 5-4 ruling, the court said police generally need a court-approved warrant to get the data, setting a higher legal hurdle than previously existed under federal law. The court said obtaining such data without a warrant from wireless carriers, as police routinely do, amounted to an unreasonable search and seizure under the U.S. Constitution’s Fourth Amendment.



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Yulia Skripal, poisoned spy's daughter, released from hospital to secure location as Russians accuse Britain of 'abduction'

Yulia Skripal, poisoned spy's daughter, released from hospital to secure location as Russians accuse Britain of 'abduction'The daughter of the Russian spy poisoned in Salisbury has been transferred to a secret, secure location after being released from hospital, leading to accusations from the country’s embassy she had been abducted. Yulia Skripal was discharged more than five weeks after being left critically ill by exposure to a nerve agent in an attempted assassination blamed on the Russian state. Doctors said she and her father, 66, had responded “exceptionally well” to treatment and he too was expected to be discharged in the future. The pair had been widely expected to die after they were exposed to a rare nerve agent the British government says came from the Russian military’s novichok chemical weapons programme. Theresa May has said it is “highly likely” Russia was behind the attack on Mr Skripal, a former Russian intelligence officer released to the UK in a 2010 spy swap after he was jailed for spying for the British. Russian spy poisoning | Read more The Russian embassy in London congratulated Ms Skripal on her recovery, but said it needed “urgent proof that what is being done to her is done on her own free will”. It went on to say the “secret resettlement of Mr and Ms Skripal, barred from any contact with their family will be seen as an abduction or at least as their forced isolation”. Russia has denied any involvement in the attack and criticised the British investigation for a lack of transparency, but the Government has said the Kremlin is trying to hide its guilt with a blizzard of conspiracy theories. Moscow has sought consular access to Ms Skripal, but the Foreign Office has said it is up to her if she wants to meet Russian officials. She is expected to be kept under tight security while she continues to recover. Sources said it was too early to speculate on whether she will need lifetime protection. Any ongoing protection will fall to the police. Under the police witness protection programme, called the UK’s Protected Persons Service, she could be given a new identity and relocated. The National Crime Agency, which runs the service, declined to comment. Secret resettlement of Mr and Ms Skripal, barred from any contact with their family will be seen as an abduction or at least as their forced isolation.https://t.co/UuTxgZGKigpic.twitter.com/Ow3d61T3ni— Russian Embassy, UK (@RussianEmbassy) April 10, 2018 Doctors at Salisbury district hospital gave the first indication of how they had managed to save the Skripals and a police detective, DS Nick Bailey, who was poisoned as he investigated. Dr Christine Blanshard, medical director, said they had been given round the clock care, with doctors drawing on advice from experts around the world. The poison had attacked its victims’ nervous systems leaving symptoms including hallucinations and sickness. Dr Blanshard said: “Our job in treating the patients has been to stabilise them – ensuring that the patients could breathe and that blood could continue to circulate. We then needed to use a variety of different drugs to support the patients until they could create more enzymes to replace those affected by the poisoning. "We also used specialised decontamination techniques to remove any residual toxins. "Both patients have responded exceptionally well to the treatment we've been providing. But equally, both patients are at different stages in their recovery.” She said Ms Skripal would need more treatment, but her release from hospital was a significant milestone. Sergei Skripal, a former officer with the GRU military intelligence service, was taken off the critical list on Friday and is said to be making good progress. Dr Blanshard said: “Although he is recovering more slowly than Yulia, we hope that he too will be able to leave hospital in due course.”  



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Tiangong-1 Reentry: ESA Estimates New Location and Time for China's Falling Space Station

Tiangong-1 Reentry: ESA Estimates New Location and Time for China's Falling Space StationExpect an Easter night light show.



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The Location of the Florida High School Shooting Was Recently Named the Safest City in the State

The Location of the Florida High School Shooting Was Recently Named the Safest City in the StateParkland, where 17 people were killed Wednesday, topped a 2017 safe cities list



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