What We Know About The Las Vegas Shooting Victims

As we learn more about the deadly attack in Las Vegas, Nevada last night, names and faces of the victims are coming forward. Please pray for their loved ones and honor them by sharing this post.

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North Korea war: Kim SHOOTS DOWN American bomber in shock WW3 pics 

In the pics, Pyongyang’s Pukguksong missiles strike a US strategic bomber B-1B and the massive USS Carl Vinson, a nuclear-powered supercarrier.

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6 Die at Nursing Home as Irma’s Aftermath Brings New Hazards

Six patients at a sweltering Hollywood nursing home died in Hurricane Irma’s aftermath.

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@littlebytesnews Top 10 Articles 

Here are the past weeks top 10 articles from Little Bytes News. If you’d like to see your articles here become a contributor or syndication partner please contact admin@littlebytesnews.com.

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Alert: All eyes on Hurricane Irma as storm becomes a Category 4

Hurricane warnings were issued Monday for portions of the Leeward Islands, while a hurricane watch is in effect for Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

Irma is currently a Category 4 storm — Harvey level, according to national weather officials.
AccuWeather meteorologist Dave Samuhel suggests: “Have emergency supplies ready”.

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Why Twitter’s “New” Terms of Service Are Making People Mad

AllAfrica.com is reporting that Twitter has changed their terms of service, stating that: “Twitter has made some changes to its terms of service (ToS) for it users that take effect in October. The terms of service restate that once content is posted on online news and social networking service twitter, it can be reused by others. News organizations, other companies and individuals can already use content found on the site, as it is public and is already considered FAIR USE.”
However, these terms have been in place in the US all along, but they simply added a new address in Europe and announced the same ToS will apply outside the US beginning Oct 2, 2017.

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The Kissimmee Police Officers Shot In Florida Were Responding To A Suspicious Persons Call

On Friday evening, two Kissimmee, Florida, police officers were shot when they responded to a call of suspicious persons in the downtown area. One officer died, and the other is in “grave condition,” according to the Kissimmee Police Department.

Two officers in Jacksonville, Florida, were also reportedly shot Friday night. According to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, one officer is in critical condition, and the other is in stable condition. The suspect was shot by police and died at the hospital. The two cities are more than 150 miles apart. Jacksonville is in north Florida, while Kissimmee is in the central part of the state.

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Former CNN commentator becomes Trump’s news anchor reporting “Real News” from Trump Tower

Kayleigh Mcenany, former CNN commentator and Trump supporter becomes Trump’s “Real News” anchor, reporting what the Trump admin considers factual reporting.

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Anthony Scaramucci out as White House communications director

As expected, Retired General John Kelly, the incoming White House Chief of Staff had Anthony Scaramucci removed from his newly appointed position as Communications Director. Last week, Scaramucci removed Sean Spicer from his position as Press Secretary and had Reince Priebus resign as Chief of Staff. Five days later Scaramucci is out at the request of the new Chief of Staff. Makes you wonder if Scaramucci regrets having Spicer and Priebus replaced now that Priebus replacement, John Kelly, caused him to be removed from his new job as Communications Director.

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