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    Canadian sniper sets world record longest kill shot

    A sniper in the Canadian special forces has broken a world record for the longest confirmed kill shot in military history. Some time in early June, a member of Joint Task Force 2 killed an ISIS insurgent in Iraq from 3,540 meters away. “For operational security reasons and to preserve the safety of our personnel […]

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    Marc-Andre Fleury heads Vegas Golden Knights expansion draft haul

    Veteran goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury was the biggest name selected in the NHL Expansion Draft for the newly founded Vegas Golden Knights franchise. The draft results were announced during the 2017 NHL Awards ceremony on Wednesday night, on the 14th anniversary of the Pittsburgh Penguins selecting Fleury with the first overall pick of the draft. After […]

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    Coats and Rogers say Trump tried to get them to deny collusion publicly

    According to the latest meetings with the Special Counsel headed by former FBI director Robert Mueller, as well as separate meetings with Senate investigators, U.S. President Donald Trump made a concerted effort to persuade Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and National Security Agency Director Adm. Mike Rogers to publicly deny claims of collusion between […]

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    Virgin Mobile switching to iPhone-only

    Virgin Mobile USA, in an attempt to pull in more customers, has announced that it will transition into an iPhone only carrier, partnering with Apple to offer Virgin in their stores. To promote this change, they are giving a limited time offer of a year’s worth of unlimited talk, text and data for one dollar, […]

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    ISIS self-bombs historic Mosul mosque

    In a huge moment for the battle for Mosul, the United States and Iraq believe ISIS blew up a historic mosque that was considered the birthplace of ISIS’ self-declared caliphate. ISIS, through their propaganda wing, blamed the bombing on American warplanes. Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi called the bombing “an official announcement of their defeat”, […]

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    Addison Russell’s wife files for divorce

    The wife of Chicago Cubs infielder Addison Russell has filed for divorce after 18 months of marriage, but will not cooperate with Major League Baseball’s investigation into domestic abuse allegations against Russell. MLB began investigating earlier in June when Melisa Russell accused her husband of cheating in an Instagram post and a friend commented about […]

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    Phil Lord and Chris Miller kicked off Han Solo movie

    In a very unusual move for Hollywood, Phil Lord and Chris Miller have been removed from the director chairs of the Han Solo spinoff in the Disney operated Star Wars cinematic universe. According to reports, Lord and Miller were only two or three weeks away from wrapping up principal photography on the project. Lucasfilm president […]

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    Canadian stabs police officer in Flint airport

    A 50-year-old Canadian man stabbed a police officer in the neck and back in a horrific Wednesday attack at Bishop International Airport in Flint, Michigan. The authorities have since treated as an “act of terrorism” and say Amor Ftouhi is being charged with violence at an international airport. According to FBI special agent David Gelios, […]

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    Phoenix heat wave causes dozens of canceled flights

    A heat wave in Arizona is getting so bad that several flights to and from Phoenix have been delayed or canceled due to safety concerns. Temperatures at Death Valley, one of the driest areas in the Southwest United States, were forecast to reach 127 degrees Fahrenheit on Tuesday. In the city of Phoenix proper, the […]