• Jaguar escapes habitat at zoo and kills 6 animals
Jaguar escapes habitat at zoo and kills 6 animals

The large feline was first reported missing at 7.20am, but was only spotted nearly one hour later, when it was tranquilised and returned to its enclosure. Meet Valerio, our male jaguar! Back in March, the zoo ha acquired five alpacas from different farms in south MS and Mobile, Alabama. "Certainly his behaviour wasn't out of the ordinary for that...

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  • WaPo: Could this major (league) scandal sink Kavanaugh nomination?
WaPo: Could this major (league) scandal sink Kavanaugh nomination?

But despite extraordinary pressure already heaped on Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski by liberal groups, and Democrats who warn that confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh could spell disaster for women's rights and health care, the pair have given little indication that they will reject him.

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  • Russia Is Launching Its Fastest Cargo Ship to the Space Station Today
Russia Is Launching Its Fastest Cargo Ship to the Space Station Today

EDT (2151 GMT; 3:51 a.m. July 10 local time). The less-than-four-hour trip demonstrated an expedited capability that may be used on future Russian cargo and crew launches . It can sometimes take up to two days for the cargo vessel to chase down the space station as it cruises around the Earth, but the stars seemed to align this time around and m...

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  • With Pruitt’s Departure, More Than A Quarter of Trump’s Cabinet Has Changed
With Pruitt’s Departure, More Than A Quarter of Trump’s Cabinet Has Changed

Pruitt's scale. Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso, who chairs the Senate environment panel, said that during Pruitt's tenure, the EPA "has rolled back punishing regulations that were hurting American workers and stifling our economy". Andrew Wheeler , the Environmental Protection Agency's deputy and soon-to-be acting administrator, poses for a pho...

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  • Supreme Court fight in the spotlight — Sunday shows preview
Supreme Court fight in the spotlight — Sunday shows preview

Donald Trump wants his Supreme Court pick to still be on the bench in 2043 as he spends the weekend working his way through a list of five runners and riders. "Senator Collins does not apply ideological litmus tests to nominees", Clark said. Iowa's "heartbeat" law prohibits doctors from performing an abortion if a fetal heartbeat can be detecte...

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  • Heat advisory issued for today
Heat advisory issued for today

For Monday , July 2, that record of 102 degrees may also be tested. The heat index is forecast to rise to 107 there on Monday . Sea surface temperatures have really warmed up over the past couple of weeks and are now in the 69-70 degree range.

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  • 'Flying brain' blasts off on cargo ship toward space station
'Flying brain' blasts off on cargo ship toward space station

The window is instantaneous, meaning teams have only one shot to launch the rocket topped with a Dragon spacecraft destined for a rendezvous with the International Space Station . In addition, CIMON will be a first robot which makes interactions with people in space. CIMON will use a neural AI network to learn from astronauts.

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  • US Supreme Court Justice announces retirement
US Supreme Court Justice announces retirement

During the 2016 presidential campaign Trump said he would seek to place a "pro-life justice on the court". The United States Supreme Court ruled in favour of President Donald Trump's order to restrict travel from several majority Muslim countries to the U.S., in a 5-4 ruling on partisan lines, CNBC reports.

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  • Sen. Mike Lee: Possible Supreme Court Frontrunner
Sen. Mike Lee: Possible Supreme Court Frontrunner

Senate successfully stole a U.S. Supreme Court nomination from President Barack Obama and appointed Trump nominee Neil Gorsuch, preserving the court's conservative majority for the foreseeable future. Mike Lee. According to Bloomberg , three inside sources are saying that Trump has been asking his staff about the pros and cons of nominating Lee....

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  • The Supreme Court Gets Trumpier
The Supreme Court Gets Trumpier

Kennedy, 81, was nominated by President Ronald Reagan and sworn in in 1988. The Supreme Court is an institution that shapes America. So if a new justice is in fact confirmed in September or October , will the saga actually affect voting in November? " Most of us don't want to be governed by five unelected lawyers in Washington".

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  • Hurricane Bud strengthens to a category 4 in Pacific
Hurricane Bud strengthens to a category 4 in Pacific

Risky ocean swells and rip currents may commence Tuesday. Bud is located east of Tropical Storm Aletta. As Bud strengthens, swells from the storm "are likely to cause life-threatening surf and rip current conditions" along the west coast of Mexico , according to the hurricane center .

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