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Fort Worth woman found dead in Grand Canyon

Fort Worth woman found dead in Grand Canyon

His Facebook post reads in part: "Sarah left Laura and Evan in a safe location while she went to get water and some help". 'The park rangers suspect she died of heat exhaustion. 'Everyone needs to carry water! 'When hiking in a group, each person should be carrying water. The trail is 6.8 miles long and it takes most people four to five hours to get to the campground at the bottom.


YMCA Chemical Leak in NC Sickens 40 Children, 2 Adults

YMCA Chemical Leak in NC Sickens 40 Children, 2 Adults

The Durham Fire department responded to the chlorine leak around 2:45 Wednesday afternoon at the facility on West Morgan Street. There were approximately 40 people in the pool at the time of the incident. "Our camp staff immediately contacted EMS and began notifying parents", a YMCA spokesperson said. Durham Deputy Fire Chief Chris Iannuzzi said there was a report of a leak in the disinfection system, and a hazardous materials team was on the scene trying to determine how to stop it.


Justice to switch political parties, turn Republican

Justice to switch political parties, turn Republican

Justice has referred to Trump as a family friend , and occasionally texts and hunts with Trump's son Eric Trump. Mr. Justice, a billionaire coal and real estate magnate, ran as a conservative Democrat and declined to endorse Hillary Clinton in 2016.



'Total weakness': Russian Federation fumes over Trump signing sanctions legislation

Moscow has reacted furiously to the sanctions, with Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev saying they amounted to a "full-fledged economic war" and that they had demonstrated Trump's "total weakness". The new USA penalties were short-sighted and risked harming global stability, it said in a statement on its website. Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said the sanctions package "ends hopes for improving our relations with the new USA administration".



Congress, BJP on same page over removing NOTA from Rajya Sabha polls

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Monday avoided several questions posed to him on raids carried out by Income Tax officials on a Karnataka minister and said that he is going to Gujarat and will answer it later. There was uproar in Parliament on Tuesday and charges were traded after the Congress raised the issue of Nota in the upcoming Rajya Sabha polls in Gujarat.