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1 dead, 4 wounded in knife attack at German market

Police investigators work at the crime scene after a knife attack in a supermarket in Hamburg, Germany, July 28, 2017. Morris Mac Matzen / Reuters BERLIN — A man with a knife fatally stabbed one person at a supermarket Friday in the northern German city of Hamburg and wounded four others as he fled, police said. He was then arrested.  The assailant entered the supermarket in the Barmbek district on Friday afternoon and stabbed one person, who died at the scene, police said. As he fled, he wounded another four…

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Driver totals Ferrari one hour after purchase

This photo of a Ferrari which was reportedly wrecked shortly after if was purchased was posted on Twitter by the South Yorkshire Police’s Operational Support Services on July 27, 2017. LONDON — A British driver has survived a major crash in his Ferrari, an hour after he bought it. Local police called it a “miracle escape,” but the car was not so lucky. South Yorkshire Police posted Twitter photos of the smoking, wrecked car, saying it “went airborne (and) burst into flames” beside a highway in northern England. Someone had…

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House Republicans dumbfounded by failure to repeal Obamacare in Senate

House Republicans appeared dumbfounded Friday as they digested the news that their Senate counterparts failed to deliver an Obamacare repeal plan across the finish line. There are deep divisions within the House Republican Conference about what comes next. Some say the ball is still in the Senate’s court for dealing with the 2010 health care law. Others suggest it’s time for bipartisan negotiations to fix Obamacare’s vulnerabilities. And still others said they have no idea what the next step should be, admitting that they’ve hit a dead end. House Republicans…

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Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon to star in TV series

Jennifer Aniston is returning to the small screen with her “Friends” younger sister Reese Witherspoon. The two actresses, who are friends, are teaming up for an untitled TV drama about morning shows and the New York media scene. The package is expected to be offered to premium cable networks like HBO and streaming services like Netflix. Michael Ellenberg, former HBO head of drama, is helming the project, while Jay Carson of “House of Cards” will write the script and executive produce the show. “Harry Potter” screenwriter Steve Kloves will serve…

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LeBron James & Kyrie Irving Need To Fight Immediately, Says LeBron’s Ex-Teammate

Drew Gooden 1 Way To Fix Kyrie & LeBron THEY GOTTA FIGHT EXCLUSIVE Kyrie Irving & LeBron James need to beat the hell out of each other immediately … so says an ex-teammate of LBJ who tells TMZ Sports a healthy dose of fisticuffs can fix the beef. We got Drew Gooden at LAX, who played with LeBron from ’04 – ’08 and asked him if there’s any way these two NBA titans can put the bad blood behind them and get back to losing to Golden State. According to…

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83-year-old woman, her son charged in murder-for-hire plot

Pauline Chase Plainfield Police Department via AP PLAINFIELD, N.H. – An 83-year-old woman and her 63-year-old son have been charged in a murder-for-hire plot involving a family member, police said Friday. Pauline Chase and Maurice Temple were arrested Thursday and charged with conspiracy to commit murder, solicitation to commit murder and attempt to commit murder. The two Plainfield residents were scheduled for court appearances Friday. It wasn’t immediately known if they had lawyers. Messages were left for Temple, who runs an excavating and snowplow business. A possible phone number for Chase…

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News Analysis: On Policy, Republicans Find They Cannot Beat Something With Nothing

Photo Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, left, and Senator Cory Gardner, Republican of Colorado, headed to the floor on Thursday. Credit Cliff Owen/Associated Press.. WASHINGTON — For years, Congressional Republicans have promised that their policy ideas, paired with a Republican in the White House, would lead to an instant obliteration of President Barack Obama’s health care law and the advent of something less expensive, more efficient and delivering better care. In the wee hours of Friday morning, that plan unraveled on the floor of the Senate, undermined by a toxic…

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