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Keating IV, 31, had been advising and assisting Kurdish Peshmerga forces north of Mosul on Tuesday when he was struck.
Keating IV, 31, had been advising and assisting Kurdish Peshmerga forces north of Mosul on Tuesday when he was killed.
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From the article. "Three Peshmerga soldiers were also killed."
So "during an ISIS-led siege" four soldiers were killed? Someone is not telling the entire story here. Our SEAL was wasted. We should have had other Americans with him and the so called "siege" would never have been allowed to succeed. Were the rest of his Team there? Are they OK? Did we recover his remains? I guess we will never know but any bets that the Peshmerga soldiers folded and ran and Keating stayed behind to cover their mass exodus....er uh retreat.
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Bernie Sanders is the winner of the Democratic primary in Indiana, NBC News projects.
But the outcome is all but certain not to impact Hillary Clinton's march to the Democratic nomination.
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+Kevin Gault Hillary will not be charged for anything. Stop hating..she will be our next lotus. Hillary 2016!!!!
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The win sets Trump on a likely path to secure the 1,237 delegates necessary to secure his party's nomination before the convention in Cleveland this summer. Barring a catastrophic collapse in upcoming primary states, Trump is poised to easily clear the decisive threshold that rivals Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich pledged to block from his reach.
His fate as the GOP standard-bearer could be all but sealed in Indiana Tuesday despite frantic efforts from within his own party to halt his success.
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Why the sad face boo boo? LOL! We have a new President!
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Donald Trump has narrowed the gap on the Democratic frontrunner: In a theoretical match-up, 43 percent of registered voters would support Clinton and 37 percent would support Trump.
In a theoretical match-up, 43 percent of registered voters would support Clinton and 37 percent would support Trump.
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And when Bernie officially gets out hers will go up.
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Prosecutors have decided not to charge police officers in the death of Linwood Lambert, a Virginia man who died in police custody after repeated tasings in May 2013, according to two sources with direct knowledge of the investigation.
Prosecutors have decided not to charge officers in the death of Linwood Lambert, a Virginia man who died in custody after repeated tasings in 2013
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this is the 4th killing the cops have escaped after killing blacks time for some harsher self defense.
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The bodies of Alex Lowe, considered the top mountain climber in the world during the 1990s, and his cameraman have been found in a thawing glacier in Tibet 16 years after they were buried in an avalanche.
Alex Lowe and David Bridges were filming an NBC Sports documentary series when they were buried on Shishapangma mountain in 1999.
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.....good that they died while doing what they loved.......
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Authorities said the fire near the Fort McMurray, a city of 61,000 people about 270 miles northeast of Edmonton, was too dangerous for firefighters to tackle.
Authorities said the fire near the Fort McMurray, a city of 61,000 people, was too dangerous for firefighters to tackle.
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+john ram pray like that for the third world!!! SHIT PRAY for u s a
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BREAKING: Texas Sen. Ted Cruz ended his presidential campaign tonight after failing to top Donald Trump in the Indiana Republican primary.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz will end his presidential campaign on Tuesday after failing to top Donald Trump in the Indiana Republican primary.
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+Alice the Great​ also, I would never risk the country on a moron like Trump. The Clintons have a history of a balanced budget, a surplus in deficit, a lifetime of civil rights activism, along with getting laws passed that help small business owners. why would I choose someone who is divisive among multiple groups, and has a disdain for women?
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The Marines have launched an investigation into a potentially historic snafu involving one of the most famous images from World War II: the iconic Iwo Jima flag-raising photo.
The Marines have launched an investigation into a potentially historic snafu involving one of the most famous images from World War II
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Old news. Two flags were planted. Two groups of six men. One photograph was taken. The identities of the two groups of men and who was actually photographed has been a matter of contention since before the memorial was unveiled. 
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Davis died in a hospital Monday night after deputies responded to a report of possible cardiac arrest at her Sausalito, California, home at 9:30 p.m., the Marin County Sheriff's Office said. The coroners office will lead the investigation into the cause of her death.
The mother of late rap artist Tupac Shakur, activist Afeni Shakur Davis, died Monday, officials said. She was 69 years old.
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Who cares ?
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The bodies of 48-year-old Randy Hentzel and Harold Nichols, 53, were found in Saint Mary Parish, the Jamaican Constabulary Force confirmed.
Jamaican authorities identified the murdered missionaries as Randy Hentzel, 48, and Harold Nichols, 53.
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"Paul Gatling repeatedly proclaimed his innocence even as he faced the death penalty back in the 60s," the DA said in a statement. "He was pressured to plead guilty and, sadly, did not receive a fair trial. Today, 52 years later, he will be given back his good name and receive justice here in Brooklyn, where he once called home."
Come November, 81-year-old Paul Gatling will get to do something that many Americans take for granted — he'll get to vote.
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Too many stories like this..we need a justice reform in this country 
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