2019-04

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Shocking moment a NJ train begins to wildly shake, leaving passengers terrified

The wild commotion was filmed by passengers on board the 5.37pm NJ Transit train that was speeding down the Pascaci Valley line.
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Doctors restore near-normal brain function to middle-aged woman injured in car accident 18 years ago

The doctors presented the pilot study at a public Washington D.C. brain sciences convention highlighting the case of a woman in her early 40s, who was a student at the time of her brain trauma,
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BBC condemned for allowing Samantha Morton left-wing rant on The One Show 

The BBC has been condemned for allowing Hollywood actress Samantha Morton to deliver a string of Left-wing rants on its flagship programme The One Show.
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Watchdog finds dozens of claims of sexual harassment reported by staff at U.S. Capitol

The findings appeared in a probe conducted by an internal watchdog, the Office of the Inspector General, which examined 10 years worth of claims of sexual harassment in the Architect of the Capitol.
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Prosecutors of Robert Kraft say there’s not enough evidence to prove their human trafficking theory

The statement came during a court hearing yesterday in which Kraft’s attorneys were requesting that a video allegedly showing Kraft naked and engaging in sexual acts not be released.
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The flattering $26 swimsuit dubbed the ‘best ever’ after receiving thousands of rave reviews

The Cocoship suit has more than 2,600 reviews, with an average of four stars. It has high waist bottoms and low cut front and back and comes in 15 styles.
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BBC Newsnight’s Emily Maitlis reveals her toughest ever question was asking her husband to marry her

Speaking in an exclusive interview in The Mail on Sunday’s You magazine, Maitlis, from Sheffield, even revealed investment manager Mark Gymme took his time before saying yes.
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Hardy racegoers brave striking tones for Scottish Grand National on chilly April afternoon

Racegoers dressed up in their pink frocks, fascinators and three piece suits as they popped champagne at Ayr racecourse to kick off the Scottish Grand National.
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Ministers face growing backlash against draconian new web laws which could ‘censor free speech’ 

Under the plans published by Home Secretary Sajid Javid last week, an internet watchdog would have the power to block websites if the regulator decides to veto the content.
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Alan Greenspan: Entitlements are draining capital reserves ‘dollar for dollar’

Alan Greenspan, who was known as the 'Maestro' during his 19-year tenure, said the entitlement burden would soon push economic growth off a cliff.
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Leadership rivals target ex-soldiers with ‘dirty tricks’

On Thursday, war hero turned Plymouth MP Johnny Mercer took to social media to accuse an anonymous Tory enforcer of attempting to ‘dig up dirt’ about his military career.
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Prodigy security man ‘Con’ is found dead just weeks after frontman Keith Flint hanged himself 

Prodigy security minder 'Con' Murphy died surrounded by friends and family in Windsor following a struggle with cancer, it has been revealed.
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Man, 24, who is charged with hurling a five-year-boy from a third floor balcony banned from the mall

Emmanuel Aranda has a long string of arrests and convictions for misdemeanor criminal offenses in recent years and in 2015 was issued a notice ordering him to stay away from the mall.
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