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Florida man with HIV failed to inform sex partners of status: sheriff

Mugshot for Gentry Burns, 26. (Volusia County Sheriff’s Office ) “Detectives also identified three victims who cooperated with the investigation and confirmed they dated and engaged in sexual activity with Burns without knowing he was HIV positive,” Gant said. Detectives began investigating after a woman came forward to say she was diagnosed with HIV after dating Burns in 2013, Gant said. “The victim had been reaching out to contact other women who were dating Burns in an attempt to warn them,” he said. “She also provided detectives with the names of other…

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Rick Perry Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of US Secretary of Energy and former Texas Governor Rick Perry. Father: Joseph Ray Perry, a farmer Mother: Amelia (Holt) Perry Marriage: Anita (Thigpen) Perry (November 6, 1982-present) Children: Sydney and Griffin Education: Texas A&M University, B.S., 1972 Military Service: US Air Force, 1972-1977, Captain Religion: Methodist Other Facts:Is an Eagle Scout. Met his wife, Anita, in elementary school. Is the longest serving governor in Texas history. Timeline:1972-1977 – Serves in the US Air Force flying transport planes. 1977 – Returns to Texas…

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China’s economic growth plunges to lowest level since 1992

Hong Kong (CNN Business)China’s growth dropped to its lowest level in nearly three decades, as the world’s second largest economy continues to feel the pain from trade tensions with the United States. But the two sides still appear to be far from striking any sort of comprehensive deal, and the latest announcement doesn’t address some of the biggest trade issues on the table. Read more: https://www.cnn.com/2019/10/17/economy/china-gdp-economy-trade-war/index.html

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Meghan Markle reveals struggles of being a mom in the public eye: Not many people have asked if Im OK

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry came under fire in summer 2019 for various perceived offenses in the press. Royal insiders griped about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s alleged hypocrisy for preaching about environmentalism while flying on private jets, as well as Duchess Meghan allegedly courting the press. (Getty) MEGHAN MARKLE, PRINCE HARRY REMOVED FROM ROYAL FOUNDATION WEBSITE: REPORT According to a legal spokesperson representing Markle, the Duchess of Sussex filed a claim against the Mail on Sunday — and its parent company Associated Newspapers — alleging “the intrusive and…

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Some Kids Would Lose Free School Lunches Under Trump Proposal

school lunches thanks to a policy change the Donald Trump administration could finalize next year. In the past year, the administration has proposed a series of new regulations that would reduce enrollment and cut benefits in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. The proposed cuts are a core part of the administration’s anti-welfare agenda, which has hummed along in the background as the president’s scandals and corruption dominate headlines.  The National School Lunch Program serves more than 30 million kids, including 22 million who qualify for free or reduced-price meals if…

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Adams and his past: Claims that haven’t gone away

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionGerry Adams denies IRA claims in court In the early years of the peace process, Gerry Adams once quipped: “They haven’t gone away, you know.” He was talking about the IRA. But it could easily refer to claims about whether he was in the organisation, which have persisted for most of his life. More lately, the issue of his past has involved the murder of Jean McConville. Notable republican figures – Ivor Bell, Brendan Hughes and Dolours Price – implicated Mr Adams…

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A Utah state trooper recalls the moment he rescues a man from an oncoming train

(CNN)Utah State Trooper Ruben Correa headed to a call of a car on the train tracks, but when he got to the scene a man was still in that car — and a train was coming. “I had to make a decision at that point,” Correa said. “I decide to stay with him and do my best to keep him alive.” Correa gave the man a big hug and unbuckled his seatbelt with his thumb. Just before the train hit, he safely pulled the man from the car and darted…

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Civil Rights Groups Demand RNC Stop Using Fake ‘Census’ To Raise Money

Two civil rights groups demanded that the Republican National Committee immediately stop soliciting funds for President Trump’s reelection campaign by using mailers that give the impression they are part of the census.  The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and the Native American Rights Fund  after people in Montana  from the RNC asking a number of political questions, criticizing Democrats and asking for financial donations. Montana officials the mailing was a “look-a-like” document and not from the United States Census Bureau.  The demand comes as civil rights and advocacy…

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Prince Harry tears up at award ceremony as he recalls knowing he was going to be a dad

London (CNN)Prince Harry was overcome with emotion during a speech at an award ceremony Tuesday as he recounted the feeling of knowing he was going to become a parent. “And both of us were thinking what it would be like to be parents one day, and more so what it would be like to do everything we could to protect and help our child should they be born with immediate challenges or become unwell over time.” He went on to address the crowd of children, their families and carers, telling…

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Kamala Harris Declares ‘Women Will Die’ If Reproductive Rights Aren’t Protected

Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) made sure reproductive rights were included in the discussion about health care during Tuesday night’s presidential debate.   Although she never used the word “abortion,” Harris was referring to the onslaught of anti-abortion legislation that has passed in states across the country in the last six months. States including Georgia, Missouri have banned abortions as early as the first trimester. The senator said it’s “outrageous” that reproductive health care has not been included in ongoing conversations about health care in the presidential debate. “People need to keep their hands off…

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Jason Momoa Congratulates Zo Kravitz On Her Catwoman Casting With A Sweet Note

Jason Momoa celebrated the news that The “Aquaman” actor said he is “stoked” about his stepdaughter’s upcoming role in the new Batman movie. Lenny Kravitz. Bonet and Momoa have two children together, Lola and Nakoa-Wolf. wrote about Kravitz in the post’s caption accompanied by a photo of them together. “On and off screen OHANA. DC WB ohana Lola and Wolfies big sister is CAT WOMAN. Unbelievable so freaking stoked.” News broke Kravitz joins a list of actors who have played Catwoman in films over the years, including Anne Hathaway, Halle Berry, Michelle…

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US suspect ‘disappointed’ by Dunn family rejection

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTrump said he “spoke with Boris” before meeting Harry Dunn’s family The US woman accused of involvement in the crash which killed Harry Dunn has said she was “disappointed” not to have met his family. Mr Dunn’s parents rejected a “bombshell” offer from Donald Trump to meet Anne Sacoolas at the White House on Tuesday. Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn felt “a little ambushed” when the president revealed she was in the next room. Mr Trump described his meeting with the couple…

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Pelosi announces House won’t vote now on whether to begin impeachment inquiry

Activists rally for the impeachment of President Donald Trump, at the Capitol in Washington, Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., committed Tuesday to launching a formal impeachment inquiry against Trump. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) It continued: “Without waiting to see what was actually said on the call, a press conference was held announcing an ‘impeachment inquiry’ based on falsehoods and misinformation about the call.” Despite Pelosi’s claim that there was no “House precedent that the whole House vote before proceeding with an impeachment inquiry,” several previous…

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Police stop and search 3,000 children in 15 months

It states that stopping and searching must be done for a good reason and be both “necessary and proportionate”. Five years on – Has much changed on stop-and-search tactics? Officers can search based on “facts, information and/or intelligence” or “reasonable suspicion” someone is carrying an illegal item. The data reveals that 3,172 searches were carried out on children aged 0-15 between April 2018 and June 2019 – and 62% were negative. It also shows: Officers failed to find drugs on a seven-year-old girl who was stopped in Clackmannanshire in June…

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