Russia’s Ambassador to Turkey Shot in Ankara, State Media Reports

Russia’s ambassador to Turkey, Andrey Karlov, was shot Monday at an art exhibition in Ankara, Turkey’s official Anadolu news agency reported. Police cars quickly swarmed the scene after the shooting. Karlov was giving a speech at the opening ceremony of a photo exhibit when an assailant opened fire, the news

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Amazon Drivers Say They Are Pushed to Limit During Holiday Shopping Season

34.959208 -116.419389 But for now, the job of handling the holiday delivery crunch is left to an army of people like Angel Echeverria. Someday, the company promises, drones will deposit boxes at people’s doorsteps. (Credit: Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times) There are few things more important to Amazon than delivery. (Credit: Gina

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Arkansas Toddler Killed in Arkansas Road Rage Shooting ID’d; Gunman Sought

The incident began Saturday evening when a motorist behind the grandmother grew agitated that she was not moving quickly enough at a stop sign, Little Rock Police Department spokesman Lt. Photo of Acen King, 3, the shooting victim in an Arkansas road rage incident. The man started honking his horn.

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Colorado Mother Accused of Leaving 2-Year-Old Son in Freezing Car Overnight

Nicole Carmon, 26, is seen in an image provided by KDVR. Suffering from hypothermia and frostbite, the boy was finally removed from the car just after 10:30 a.m., according to the television station. The boy’s mother, identified as 26-year-old Nicole Carmon, was arrested on suspicion of felony child abuse, police

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Electoral College Members Start Voting to Officially Pick Donald Trump as President

Elsewhere in the country, Americans protested near electoral voting sites in a last-ditch plea to stop Trump’s election, despite the high unlikelihood of success. The electoral votes will be officially counted on January 6, when Congress returns. While electors are technically chosen to independently cast their ballots for president, both

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Battle Over Investigation Into Russian Hacking Heats up in Washington

Trump has continued to reject the conclusion of the Intelligence Community that Russia hacked Democratic institutions over the summer, as well as more recent CIA assessments that the purloined emails were shared in order to hurt Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s chances. Lindsey Graham, incoming Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer and

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Air Traffic Control Forced to Use Backup Power at LAX During Brief Loss of Electricity

34.052234 -118.243685 Brown/AFP/Getty Images) The power outages occurred around 7 p.m. No other facilities required emergency power, she said. Two brief power outages Sunday evening disrupted travelers at Los Angeles International Airport, and officials were investigating what caused the momentary loss of electricity. World Airports. in the airport’s central terminal

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‘Rogue One’ Lands With $290 Million Worldwide Box Office Debut

“It is hard to imagine a more powerful one-two punch than ‘The Force Awakens’ and ‘Rogue One’ as a lead-up to the release of ‘Episode VIII’ exactly one year from now.” 34.092809 -118.328661 (Credit: Jonathan Olley/Lucasfilm 2016) “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” landed a most impressive $155 million opening

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Medical Scope Maker Execs Plead 5th When Questioned About Deadly Superbug Outbreaks

The showcase for Olympus products on the exhibit floor at the Digestive Disease Week conference in Washington, D.C. They also could be relevant to an ongoing federal probe. Three senior executives at medical scope maker Olympus Corp. managers in February 2013 not to issue a broad warning to American hospitals

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