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Pickens County man killed in Greenville County wreck

Earthquake hits near South Carolina lake Monday night

Border war: Powdersville residents want to stay in Anderson County, thank you very much

Couple plans to open up a shelter in Pickens County

Man dies when truck runs off road in Greenville County, trooper say

All Pickens Co. public schools will have SROs next year, at no extra tax cost

Clemson professor writes history of little known Pickens County community

Deputies: No cause for alarm after US Marshals spotted outside school in Pickens County

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Chinese Paper Says Trump Administration Has 'Blood Lust' over Trade


BEIJING (Reuters) - The Trump administration has "blood lust" when it comes to pushing its trade agenda against China and wants to "suck the lifeblood" from the Chinese economy, an official state-run newspaper said on Wednesday, stepping up the rhetoric.

U.S. President Donald Trump threatened on Monday to hit $200 billion of Chinese imports with 10 percent tariffs if Beijing retaliated against his previous targeting of $50 billion in imports, aimed at pressuring China to stop stealing U.

Israeli Jets Hit Gaza Hamas Positions after Militants Fire Rockets


JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli jets struck 25 Islamist Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip in the early hours of Wednesday after militants launched rockets and mortar shells at Israeli territory, the military said.

Two Hamas security men were lightly hurt in one air strike in the southern Gaza Strip, residents said.

Trump Says Would Back Both House Immigration Bills as Separation Crisis Grows


By Sarah N. Lynch and Susan Cornwell

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump told Republican lawmakers on Tuesday he would back either of the immigration bills making their way through the House of Representatives, as the outcry grew over his administration's separation of immigrant parents and children at the U.

Rain And Storms Continue in the Deep South and Eastern U.S.

By Wednesday morning, much of the states of Texas and Louisiana could be affected by flooding with some parts of these regions seeing up to 10 inches of rain on Tuesday and across Wednesday morning.
The large threat of severe weather which stretched from the Central Plains to the Mid-Atlantic Coast on Tuesday will be limited to the Central Plains and the Virginia region where the threat of tornadoes will be low throughout Wednesday.

UK Police See No Indication of Terrorism in London Blast


LONDON (Reuters) - British police said on Tuesday a "small number of people" were receiving medical treatment after what they described as a minor explosion likely caused by a battery malfunction at an underground station in north London.

They said there was no immediate indication the incident was linked to terrorism.

U.S. Withdraws from United Nations Human Rights Body


By Lesley Wroughton and Steve Holland

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States withdrew from the United Nations Human Rights Council on Tuesday accusing it of a "chronic bias against Israel," a move that activists warned would make advancing human rights globally even more difficult.

Amazon's Alexa Will Now Butler at Marriott Hotels


(Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc said on Tuesday that it has partnered with Marriott International Inc to help increase guest access to amenities with Alexa, through its voice-controlled device Echo, in an attempt to expand its presence in the hospitality industry.

Alexa for hospitality would assist in providing services ranging from ordering room service to requesting housekeeping or calling the concierge for dinner recommendations without picking up the phone.

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