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Rainfall amounts up to 2 inches are possible. Chance of precipitation is 100 percent. South southwest wind 5 to 10 miles per hour. North northwest wind around 16 miles per hour. Friday: Widespread fog, mainly before 8 a.m., otherwise cloudy through mid-morning then gradual clearing, high near 51. Today: Partly sunny, with a high near 62.
  • Tiwari asks Rahul, Kejri to apologise for 'tarnishing' Shah's image

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    He also had attacked BJP for alleging that the "invisible" hand behind the petitions was that of Gandhi who tried to use the judiciary for "character assassination" of its chief Amit Shah . The judgment narrates how the four judges - Shrikant Kulkarni-Member Secretary Maharashtra State Legal Services Authority; Modak-Principal District Judge, Pune; Barde-District Judge, City Civil Court, Mumbai; R.R.
  • Heads of Commonwealth meet underway

    Heads of Commonwealth meet underway

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    On Friday, April 20, just one day after the Queen expressed her hopes that Prince Charles would succeed her as the leader of the Commonwealth , Charles got the job. Today, the Commonwealth leaders said in a statement , "We recognize the role of the queen in championing the Commonwealth and its peoples ", adding, "The next head of the Commonwealth shall be His Royal Highness Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales".
  • Detroit 3.6 Earthquake Rattles Motor City Nerves

    Detroit 3.6 Earthquake Rattles Motor City Nerves

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    The United States Geological Survey says the quake originated about 3.1 miles below the surface of Amherstburg, Ontario , which is across the Detroit River from Gross Ille, about 16 miles south of downtown Detroit . You might be surprised to learn that Canada gets over 4,000 earthquakes a year on average, but only about 50 of those are ever actually felt by people because majority happen in areas where no one lives.
  • WWII bomb forces evacuation in Berlin

    WWII bomb forces evacuation in Berlin

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    A number of buildings, including the Central Railway Station, Economy Ministry, Federal Intelligence Service (BND), and the Indonesia and Uzbekistan Embassies, were also evacuated. The operator said trains would stop at other stations in Berlin instead. More than a million of tonnes of bombs landed in Germany during World War II and more than one tenth thought to be unexploded.
  • Oil prices are growing on global news and U.S. inventories decline

    Oil prices are growing on global news and U.S. inventories decline

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    U.S. crude oil inventories decreased last week ending on April 13, and the refining sector fell 70,000 barrels per day less than the previous week's average, the U.S. A committee that monitors adherence to the cuts meets in Saudi Arabia on Friday, and the wider group will gather in June to determine whether the agreement should be adjusted.
  • Starbucks CEO apologizes for unfair treatment of black men

    Starbucks CEO apologizes for unfair treatment of black men

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    The announcement Tuesday comes after the arrests sparked protests and calls for a boycott on social media . The company said it is "ashamed" of what happened at the Philadelphia location. I think I take it very personally as everyone in our company does and we're committed to making it right. Schultz also confirmed reports that the manager who summoned law enforcement to the store is no longer working for Starbucks , and he has "no doubt" that the call was made because the men ...
  • Southwest 'hero' pilot was one of US Navy's first female fighter pilots

    Southwest 'hero' pilot was one of US Navy's first female fighter pilots

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    The plane from NY to Dallas landed in Philadelphia. Something in the engine broke apart midair and burst through the Boeing 737-700's window, passengers said. "To my knowledge, this is the first time we have lost a window", Kelly said. As the plane descended steeply but steadily toward Philadelphia, the cabin was noisy from the open window, but the passengers were mostly quiet, maybe because they had their masks on, said passenger Amanda Bourman, of NY.
  • SpaceX Will Build Its Next-Gen Mars Rocket in Los Angeles

    SpaceX Will Build Its Next-Gen Mars Rocket in Los Angeles

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    The version of the rocket that is now being phased out only launches twice, but SpaceX expects the next model to fly 10 or more times. NASA emphasized that the satellite, which is a little smaller than a subcompact auto, was in "excellent health and remains ready for launch" from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.