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Southwest suffers technology outage; flights held at gates

The spokesman said the order was lifted shortly after 3 p.m. and flights were starting to operate. Customers reported on Twitter that they could not check in to flights on the No. "I showed up about two hours early for my flight only to find out that this was the back of the line about 40 minutes back, he said". We will keep you posted on when that is.

Emily Scarratt leads GB sevens team at Rio Olympic Games

The women have been training full-time as a wider GB group since October previous year, taking part in invitational and training tournaments around the globe alongside England's exploits on the circuit, in which they won the Langford event.

Possible Trump VP Michael Flynn flips on abortion

The presumptive GOP nominee is expected to make a decision this week before the Republican National Convention begins in Cleveland on Monday. Asked about abortion on ABC's "This Week," he said women "have to be able to choose" - comments the pro-life Susan B.

Local GOP Delegates are ready for the National Convention

Here is the planned schedule of events for the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland at Quicken Loans Arena, where Donald Trump is the presumptive presidential nominee. Noting that the retort that "all lives matter" tends to "enrage" people, he said: "Why don't we stop kind of enraging everybody?" "You ran that ad", Scheffler said to Spiker.

New rules require pitch count limit

Upon being notified of the new rule on Tuesday, the N.C. High School Athletic Association announced that its staff would work with the N.C. Baseball Coaches Association and its own Sports Medicine Advisory Committee to come up with a policy for the state.

Court rules sharing Netflix password is a federal offense

The court found Nosal guilty of conspiracy, theft of trade secrets, three counts under CFAA, and sentenced him to prison with restitution charges and fines. " We love people sharing Netflix , whether they're two people on a couch or ten people on a couch", CEO Reed Hastings said in January. While people will undeniably continue to share passwords, the fact that this is no longer protected under the law is worrisome.

Philippines 'Welcomes' South China Sea Ruling

US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said Tuesday she welcomes an global tribunal's ruling denying China's claims in the South China Sea, saying the waters were "critical" to the USA economy. "We call on all those concerned to exercise restraint and sobriety". It said that the countries outside the region should fully respect efforts made by China and the ASEAN countries to safeguard peace and stability in the SCS, and play a constructive role to this end.

Baton Rouge police: Three arrested in plot to harm officers

The Daily Beast reports that Abdullah Muflahi owned the convenience store where Sterling was shot. Porter said police then drove Muflahi to the Louisiana State Police headquarters early July 5 and illegally detained him for two more hours while detectives questioned him.

Gabby Douglas qualifies for Olympic Games

If she is worse than she was here, she puts pressure on the entire team. Channel 13 Sports Director Keith Murphy joined the Channel 13 News at 10 for a live report on the final day of trials and the 11th place finish for Urbandale's Rachel Gowey.

Donald Trump seems to have announced he might not serve as president

The presumptive Republican nominee predicted Flake would lose his reelection bid, to which Flake shot back that he's not on the ballot until 2018. An aide to House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers said the meeting was "a productive opportunity for Mr.

US House Speaker Paul Ryan Slams Donald Trump 'Star' Tweet

A tweet issued by presumed Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump with content considered to be questionable by some has been addressed by his campaign in a statement . Asked about his comfort level with Trump , the California Republican replied: "I always look for constant improvement". But in February, Duke backpedaled on his words of support the year prior.

Congressman and Iraq War Vet Blasts Trump's 'Praise' of Saddam Hussein

That's just the narrative that's going around. "People that saw it thought it was great'". He added that reporters were "liars" and "bad people". But killing terrorists? Not in the eyes of the West. "Donald Trump's praise for brutal strongmen seemingly knows no bounds", Sullivan said . "I don't love Saddam Hussein ", Trump said of the late Iraqi dictator on Wednesday.

Fairfax County adopt a pet

That's why the day after is typically one of Sioux Falls Animal Control's busiest of the year. More pets from the Heartland are being turned in to area shelters following the fireworks on July 4. "People don't put up dogs in early enough of don't put them up at all with the fireworks", she said. "Often the week after July Fourth is when the shelters get the busiest of the summer".

Knicks', Nets' longtime Rajon Rondo intrigue ends with whimper

Last season, Rondo led the National Basketball Association in assists. It's the Bulls. No one knows. At one point, the idea of Rondo playing for the Bulls would have been as comical as the idea of Joakim Noah playing for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

After 16 years, man in 'Serial' murder case to get new trial

Alibi witness Asia McClain Chapman is said to have claimed she saw the accused at a library at the time of the murder. But a judge ruled on Thursday that Syed deserves another trial because his original lawyer failed to cross-examine an expert witness.

Election, voters near 'revolt' prompt Illinois budget deal

The plan is to give those hardest hit - Eastern Illinois University, Western Illinois University and Chicago State University - an extra funding boost after they document their funding woes, Syverson said. The deal follows an 18-month stalemate between Gov. Rauner and Democratic leaders. The governor's stopgap tour culminated in the introduction of revamped bills to fund schools and other services, measures that were filed Tuesday by Senate Minority Leader Christine Radogno and House ...

Trump used charity cash for Tim Tebow memorabilia

In hindsight, Trump's famous eye for a good deal seems to have deserted him on the night of the auction: as it turned out, he was buying Tebow gear close to its peak price. But the meat of the story isn't about the helmet-it's about where Trump's $12,000 actually came from. Trump Foundation did, and while Trump founded the foundation and is its president, "at the time of the auction, Trump had given none of his own money to the foundation for three years running".

Severe thunderstorm watch for Morris; Hopatcong fireworks cancelled

This is issued by the National Weather Service (NWS) when conditions are favorable for the development of tornadoes in and close to the watch area. The National Weather Service in Albany, N.Y., predicted that the thunderstorms could contain damaging winds and large hail from mid-afternoon into the evening.

Texas abortions dropped 15 percent after now overturned law

The group plans to target abortion laws in Arizona, Florida, Michigan, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia and Texas. Laws in other states may be targeted later. What those requirements did do was force more than half of the state's abortion clinics to close over the last three years, leaving women across Texas with limited access to abortions.

Wisconsin woman on FBI's most wanted list arrested at Fayetteville hotel

Minor. In March, Minor was visiting her mother's home near 30th and Auer when she began arguing with her mother's pregnant neighbor, Tamecca Perry, over loud music. Minor told investigators her daughter "thought that the victim was disrespecting her". The unborn child also died. The caller was able to give a description of Minor in order for authorities to identify her.