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Hurricane Jose ambles off US coast as new Tropical Storm Maria tracks Irma’s early path – USA TODAY

x Embed x Share CLOSE For many residents of the Sea Breeze Resort in Islamorada, Florida Hurricane Irma not only destroyed their homes, but also their way of life. Due to current building codes many will not be able to replace their older mobile homes. Kelly Jordan, USA TODAY A resident of Cudjoe Key surveys the storm surge debris deposited in his backyard after Hurricane Irma struck the Florida Keys…

Posted: Sunday, September 17, 2017

Hurricane Jose ambles off US coast as new Tropical Storm Maria tracks Irma’s early path – USA TODAY

x Embed x Share CLOSE For many residents of the Sea Breeze Resort in Islamorada, Florida Hurricane Irma not only destroyed their homes, but also their way of life. Due to current building codes many will not be able to replace their older mobile homes. Kelly Jordan, USA TODAY A resident of Cudjoe Key surveys the storm surge debris deposited in his backyard after Hurricane Irma struck the Florida Keys…

Posted: Sunday, September 17, 2017

Juggalos descend on DC to fight FBI gang distinction as pro-Trump activists rally – USA TODAY

Fans of the band Insane Clown Posse cheer and dance during a rally to help change the way they are portrayed in the media.(Photo: Keith Lane, for USA TODAY) WASHINGTON, D.C. — Followers of the hip-hop group Insane Clown Posse — known as Juggalos — held a march Saturday on the National Mall, alleging discrimination after the FBI labeled the group a gang in a 2011 report. “We’re different. We’re not dangerous,” Kevin Gill, who is an announcer for a…

Posted: Sunday, September 17, 2017

A patch to get rid of love handles? Researchers suggest it’s possible – USA TODAY

Researchers have designed a patch that may help people burn fat in certain parts of their body.(Photo: JoKMedia, Getty Images) They’ve been used as birth control and as a method to quit smoking, now slapping on a patch may be a weight-loss solution. Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) and the University of North Carolina have designed a patch that may help people lose pounds by burning fat off specific areas of…

Posted: Sunday, September 17, 2017

Protests erupt again in St. Louis after ex-cop acquitted of murder – USA TODAY

x Embed x Share CLOSE Jason Stockley, a former St. Louis police officer, shot and killed Anthony Lamar Smith following a car chase in 2011. Video provided by Newsy Newslook Demonstrators march through the West County Mall protesting the acquittal of former St. Louis police officer Jason Stockley on September 16, 2017 in St. Louis, Missouri.(Photo: Scott Olson, Getty Images) UNIVERSITY CITY, Mo.— Demonstrators protesting the acquittal of a white former…

Posted: Sunday, September 17, 2017

White House says no change in position on Paris climate agreement – USA TODAY

President Trump speaks to the press about protests in Charlottesville in the lobby at Trump Tower in New York August 15.(Photo: JIM WATSON, JIM WATSON, AFP/Getty Images) The White House said Saturday it has not changed its position on the Paris climate accord and will withdraw from the agreement that President Trump has called unfair to the United States unless it can be re-negotiated. The statement came in response to published reports by…

Posted: Sunday, September 17, 2017

Hurricane Jose ambles off US coast as new Irma-like system eyes path to Florida – USA TODAY

For many residents of the Sea Breeze Resort in Islamorada, Florida Hurricane Irma not only destroyed their homes, but also their way of life. Due to current building codes many will not be able to replace their older mobile homes. Kelly Jordan, USA TODAY

Posted: Saturday, September 16, 2017

South Korea’s creating a special military unit to assassinate Kim Jong Un – USA TODAY

x Embed x Share CLOSE U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Friday North Korea is a “global threat” and “requires a global response from all nations.” Tillerson made the remarks a day after Pyongyang fired yet another missile over Japan. (Sept. 15) AP A man in Tokyo Japan watches a TV news program on a public screen showing an image of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un while reporting…

Posted: Saturday, September 16, 2017

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Posted: Saturday, September 16, 2017

U2 cancels St. Louis show amid unrest over acquittal of cop Jason Stockley – USA TODAY

The highly-anticipated U2 concert in St. Louis, Missouri has been cancelled after the St. Louis police department told promoters that they are, ‘not in a position to provide the standard protection for our audience.’ USA TODAY

Posted: Saturday, September 16, 2017

Premiership Rugby in the USA: Part 1 – Chris Wyles’ baseball pitch falls short and cheese steaks overload – Telegraph.co.uk

Geno’s, now run by the son of the original Geno, Geno Junior welcomed Newcastle Falcons Argentine brothers Juan Pablo and Santiago Socino, Australian Harrison Orr and head coach Dave Walder. Juan Pablo is known to be a keen cook and is a dab hand at the barbeque and it would seem was looking forward to testing himself with Geno’s grill. Alas, Geno likes to be the boss and would not…

Posted: Saturday, September 16, 2017

Trump’s crackdown on ‘sanctuary cities’ blocked nationwide – USA TODAY

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel fought the Trump administration over sanctuary cities(Photo: Matt Marton, Matt Marton, AP) A federal judge in Chicago late Friday issued a nationwide injunction against the Trump administration’s effort to crack down on sanctuary cities by withholding funds for  public safety. District Judge Harry Leinenweber sided with Chicago officials who argued that penalizing cities for protecting undocumented immigrants was unlawful and unconstitutional. He said Attorney General Jeff Sessions lacked authority…

Posted: Saturday, September 16, 2017

Trump’s crackdown on ‘sanctuary cities’ blocked nationwide – USA TODAY

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel fought the Trump administration over sanctuary cities(Photo: Matt Marton, Matt Marton, AP) A federal judge in Chicago late Friday issued a nationwide injunction against the Trump administration’s effort to crack down on sanctuary cities by withholding funds for  public safety. District Judge Harry Leinenweber sided with Chicago officials who argued that penalizing cities for protecting undocumented immigrants was unlawful and unconstitutional. He said Attorney General Jeff Sessions lacked authority…

Posted: Saturday, September 16, 2017

Hurricane Jose’s path threatens East Coast; two other storms likely in Atlantic – USA TODAY

x Embed x Share CLOSE As Hurricane Irma’s trail of devastation wasn’t enough, leaving millions without power in Florida and desperation along the Caribbean, meteorologists have been monitoring Hurricane Jose as it follows in Irma’s footsteps Time Jose is forecast to move north along the U.S. East Coast over the next several days.(Photo: National Hurricane Center)   Hurricane Jose, now spinning about 600 miles east of Miami, remains a threat…

Posted: Friday, September 15, 2017

California high school warns students against chanting USA at sporting events in case it offends students of … – Daily Mail

A high school in California has warned students against chanting ‘USA’ at sporting events in case it offends students of ‘different ethnicities’.  Lori Emmington, the principal of Vista del Lago in Folsom, California, sent an email to parents and made the announcement over the PA system on Thursday. She suggested that it was appropriate for students to chant ‘USA’ after singing the National Anthem or Pledge of Allegiance but that…

Posted: Friday, September 15, 2017

Trump administration refuses to release names of most Mar-a-Lago visitors – USA TODAY

x Embed x Share CLOSE Despite a lawsuit demanding the records be released, the Trump Administration has refused to unveil the visitor logs from the president’s Florida retreat. USA TODAY The public is getting a glimpse of visitor logs for President Trump’s Florida resort Mar-a-Lago(Photo: Carolyn Kaster, AP) WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is refusing to release the names of most of the people who spent time at President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort during…

Posted: Friday, September 15, 2017

St. Louis protests as judge acquits white cop of murder in shooting of black man – USA TODAY

x Embed x Share CLOSE Hundreds of protesters marched through city streets after a judge announced that white former St. Louis police officer Jason Stockley was not guilty of first-degree murder in the 2011 death of 24-year-old Anthony Lamar Smith, a black suspect. (Sept. 15) AP This undated file photo shows former St. Louis police officer Jason Stockley, who was acquitted of first-degree murder and armed criminal action in the…

Posted: Friday, September 15, 2017

Jose’s path threatens East Coast; two other storms likely in Atlantic – USA TODAY

x Embed x Share CLOSE As Hurricane Irma’s trail of devastation wasn’t enough, leaving millions without power in Florida and desperation along the Caribbean, meteorologists have been monitoring Hurricane Jose as it follows in Irma’s footsteps Time 091517-jose-thurs-11am_online(Photo: USA TODAY) Tropical Storm Jose, now spinning about 700 miles east of Miami, is forecast to re-strengthen into a hurricane later Friday and remains a threat to the East Coast next week. …

Posted: Friday, September 15, 2017

Happy Birthday, USA TODAY! – USA TODAY

x Embed x Share CLOSE What did it take to create America’s Newspaper? Hear from the Founders who created USA Today 35 years ago and inspired a new generation of journalists. USA TODAY First edition of USA TODAY published Sept. 15, 1982.(Photo: USA TODAY) USA TODAY turns 35 today. Happy birthday to us. We wrote like that when the newspaper began. Kept our sentences short. Our stories, too. And we…

Posted: Friday, September 15, 2017

OnPolitics Today: Trump’s wall tumbles down his to-do list – USA TODAY

x Embed x Share CLOSE House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said she and Sen. Chuck Schumer agreed with President Trump to “move forward” on a plan to protect young immigrants living in the US illegally. Speaker Paul Ryan said it was a discussion, not an agreement. (Sept. 14) AP   President Trump launched a round of “DACA: Deal or No Deal” on Thursday, the result of a Wednesday dinner with Democrats…

Posted: Friday, September 15, 2017