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  • O'Hare workers who plan strike will announce date Monday

    Travel company Orbitz said O'Hare could be the busiest airport in the country for Thanksgiving travel. The protests are coming after employees attempted to organize with the union's help. and the city of Chicago employ the workers. A walk out this year could slow but not shut down airport operations, according to Balanoff. The spokeswoman for the SEIU said the workers will decide exactly when the strike will begin.

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  • IS shelling kills 7 civilians in eastern Mosul

    Amnesty International said "up to six" people were found dead last month in the Shura and Qayyara sub-districts - the six were suspected by security forces of having ties to the ultra-hardline militant group that seized a third of Iraqi territory in 2014.

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  • Syrian Troops Reverse Rebel Advance West of Aleppo

    The Observatory said the fighting had left 508 dead, including civilians and fighters from both sides. Waddah Abed Rabbo, editor-in-chief of pro-regime Syrian daily Al-Watan, said Trump's win came as a "nice surprise" in Damascus. Embattled Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Thursday saluted Donald Trump's victory in the United States presidential election, saying he was "ready" to cooperate with the conservative firebrand, UK's Independent reported citing a Damascus official.

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  • Trump shifts to right by tapping Sessions, Pompeo, Flynn

    He said Sessions would also likely support the Justice Department's renewed efforts to prosecute executives, outlined in a policy memo past year by Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates. Another testified that Sessions had called him "boy", a racist insult. Jeff Sessions, left, Mike Flynn, Mike Pompeo , right. In Congress, Sessions is seen as an immigration hardliner - an issue that connected him with Trump early in the campaign - and his policies stand in opposition to the Latino ...

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  • Obama gathers key Europe leaders amid questions about Trump

    In a speech filled with memorable quotes, he reminded the world that in democracies, "The most important title is citizen". Obama said countries across Europe as well as the United States were confronting populist movements based on a fear of intruding global forces, arguing people "are less certain of their national identities or their place in the world".

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  • Trump opponents try to beat him at the Electoral College

    Trump opponents try to beat him at the Electoral College

    The Electoral College is an original feature of the Constitution . We wanted to get to the bottom of that claim. In "The Federalist Papers", Alexander Hamilton was plainspoken about the need to ensure "that the office of president will never fall to the lot of any man who is not in an eminent degree endowed with the requisite qualifications".

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  • Minnesota officer to appear in court in fatal shooting

    Minnesota officer to appear in court in fatal shooting

    Ramsey County attorney John Choi, second left, walks away from the podium Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016, after announcing that officer Jeronimo Yanez has been charged with second-degree manslaughter in the killing of Phil. Because of the volume of reader comments, we can not review individual moderation decisions with readers. She called on anyone who protests to do so peacefully, saying that " we want peace ".

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  • Congressional Democrats Call On Trump To Fire Bannon

    The executive chairman of Breitbart News, Bannon once referred to the outlet as "the platform for the alt-right" - a movement of white nationalists who have rejoiced in Trump's election victory. Rick Larsen. Rep. Maxine Waters speaks during a House Financial Services Committee hearing on November 15. " They're going to have to give us more than their boss, and someone like Bannon wouldn't have even passed the confirmation process anyway".

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  • Large anti-Park protest planned in Seoul, 4th amid scandal

    Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of Seoul on Saturday in the fourth straight weekend of protest against embattled President Park Geun-hye. Even so, the prosecution pointed out that it can not indict Park, citing the Constitution, which stipulates that the country's president is immune from indictment except in cases of insurrection or treason.

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  • Barnes stars as K-State runs past Baylor

    Barnes stars as K-State runs past Baylor

    Of course, the first time was largely due to the generosity of the Wildcat defense, which was penalized for a ridiculous 55 yards on a single drive. Baylor went three and out on its turn with the ball, giving K-State the ball at its own 34 with 2:44 left in the half.

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  • Death toll in northern India train derailment jumps to 63

    Death toll in northern India train derailment jumps to 63

    Fourteen cars in a 24-car train derailed around 3 a.m. near Pukhrayan, about 60 miles from Kanpur, Ahmed said. Survivors and bodies were retrieved from mangled coaches that had fallen on their side. On Sunday Modi tweeted that he was "anguished beyond words" by the loss of life in the latest accident. "My thoughts are with the bereaved families", he wrote.

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  • Trump Transition Work Set To Pick Up Speed

    Trump Transition Work Set To Pick Up Speed

    Charles Kushner pled guilty to allegations of tax evasion, witness tampering, and illegal campaign contributions in connection to his political activities and was sentenced to two years in jail. By all accounts, this is the only attribute that matters to Mr Trump as he peruses candidates not just for his cabinet, but other top jobs in the White House, including on his national security staff, and no fewer than 4,000 other positions scattered across Washington.

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  • GOP lawmaker asks officials to answer questions on NSA chief

    The four-star admiral is responsible for surveillance and the growing US arsenal of cyberweapons. Action has been delayed, the paper said, since removing Rogers is linked to pending creation of "separate chains of command at the NSA and the military's cyberwarfare unit, a recommendation by Clapper and Carter that has been stalled because of other issues".

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  • UK 'Can Do Business' With US President-Elect - Ex-UKIP Leader

    I'd have thought that's just a little bit short sighted, frankly. He said we'd be at the back of the queue, didn't he?" A UKIP source said the meeting had "made the prime minister look very foolish". He added, acknowledging the convention that ambassadors are representatives of their own country: "Being a foreigner will not disqualify me". Allie Renison, head of European Union and trade policy at the Institute of Directors, said she would expect Dr Fox to give priority to non-EU markets ...

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  • Trump hosts potential cabinet contenders at NJ golf club

    Trump hosts potential cabinet contenders at NJ golf club

    But even as Trump and his team discussed some of the weightiest matters facing the country, the president-elect continued tweeting about an array of matters. Both must be confirmed by the incoming Republican-led Senate. Romney fits a decidedly different mould. "What a career, we are going to see what happens but he is the real deal", he said.

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  • China rules Hong Kong politicians must swear allegiance to country

    He said the duo had not only advocated independence, but "even insulted the country and the Chinese people in their words and deeds". "I am certain the Hong Kong community will agree that every LegCo member has the duty to uphold the Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China and swear allegiance to the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China, and to fully implement the constitutional arrangements and ...

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  • Gold Star family of slain California soldier booed on flight

    Gold Star family of slain California soldier booed on flight

    Perry told the paper that's when several passengers in first class began to boo the family. 'When he made that announcement, there was some hissing and some booing behind us, ' Mr Perry said . "Some people were saying 'This is just baloney, ' and 'I paid for first-class for this?'" he told the Stockton Record. They had two young children, Lena, 5, and 4-year-old Gavin.

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  • Need to take long term measures to curb air pollution: LG Jung

    Need to take long term measures to curb air pollution: LG Jung

    The plea was filed by the Environment Pollution Control Authority which has sought proper monitoring of the worsening pollution level in the national capital and adjoining areas. Residents of the capital New Delhi are choking, and some localities of the city have been reported to be having air quality five times worse than what has been deemed unsafe by United States environmental protection agency.

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  • South Arkansas will experience first freeze tonight

    Clear skies and light winds accompanied by upper Northwest flow will allow temperatures across Middle Tennessee to drop into the mid- to- upper-20s early Sunday morning. Forecasters say the temperatures could kill plants and cause outdoor water pipes to burst. A freeze warning means freezing temperatures will occur.

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  • 2016 results put new focus on Electoral College

    2016 results put new focus on Electoral College

    That's why it's no coincidence that the Electoral College has twice in this century benefited the party favored by the former group over the one preferred by the latter. They're pointing fingers at FBI Director James Comey, unfair media coverage and voters resistant to electing the first woman president. If electors vote against their party, they usually pay a fine.

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  • President Obama Reassures Europe on Trump: NATO Is Here to Stay

    During the campaign Trump warned the alliance that this discrepancy was unsustainable and that those allies who did not "reimburse" the United States would not be able to count on America's military help in the future. Kiesewetter said a Franco-British nuclear umbrella for Europe would be costly, but could be financed through a joint European military budget that is due to begin in 2019, along with joint European medical, transportation and reconnaissance commands.

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  • Anti-Trump protest in Portland led to 71 arrests

    Anti-Trump protest in Portland led to 71 arrests

    Protests were held Sunday in Los Angeles , San Francisco, Philadelphia, and other cities. Marches organised by the "Not My President" movement continued on Friday night in cities across the United States, a slogan that began as a Twitter hashtag after the surprising election result became clear in the wee hours of Wednesday.

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  • Microsoft Surface Pro 4: Black Friday Delight Worth $430!

    Microsoft Surface Pro 4: Black Friday Delight Worth $430!

    While there are rumors that Microsoft at some point next spring might roll out a Surface Pro 5 and thereby marking down the predecessors anyway, the discounts offered on the Surface Pro 3s after the launch of the Surface Pro 4s weren't as attractive as these current holiday deals.

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  • Google and Facebook Fake News Comes Down to Customer Experience

    Google and Facebook Fake News Comes Down to Customer Experience

    Meanwhile, one creator of fake news stories - Paul Horner - appears to show some remorse in an interview with The Washington Post for unknowingly helping Trump's campaign. "So many of them just Google whatever information they're looking for", she said. For millions of Americans, Facebook is much more than a powerful social platform, it's where they get their news .

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  • Tip Calls Time on A Tribe Called Quest, Confirms Final World Tour

    Tip Calls Time on A Tribe Called Quest, Confirms Final World Tour

    Even though Phife Dawg is no longer with us, A Tribe Called Quest are doing everything they can to make sure that his voice - and face - are as much a part of their final album as theirs are. Speaking to Billboard magazine, Q-Tip confirmed this project is the group's last hurrah, but not before they hit the road. " After that, that's it, for the rest of our lives ".

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  • Exposing Frays in GOP, McCain Rips Trump for Putin Talks

    Still, Graham said that right now "We don't have money for the 8,400 people who remain in Afghanistan". "I want to be friends with him, I just want the two countries to be the best of friends", he said. The poll found 18 percent were not in favor of the 64-year-old going on to serve a fourth term when the presidential election is held in 16 months' time.

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  • Reasons You Shouldn't Buy A PS4 Pro

    Reasons You Shouldn't Buy A PS4 Pro

    As a PS4 Pro owner I can confirm that out of the box the device simply wouldn't properly transmit a 4K signal to my Samsung TV (you get audio, but no video). PlayStation VR, Sony's entry level virtual reality unit, offers gamers an affordable and well-supported opportunity to get involved in what could prove to be video gaming's next big thing.

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  • Obama to meet Merkel in Germany, top trade partner and ally

    But their statements appeared to serve as a point-by-point refutation of some of the president-elect's most contentious foreign policy pledges. Although US intelligence officials blamed Russian Federation for cyberattacks on the Democratic National Committee, they have not provided any substantial proof to the public.

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  • Koeman wants Everton to improve with Lukaku

    Koeman wants Everton to improve with Lukaku

    He is learning", he said . "I mentioned to the club I would like to continue and go into my previous year, then during the season we would have time to discuss about the future". When asked about a possible move away from Old Trafford , Depay said: "I do not know, we'll have to see. If we show the team, the club, the management, the Board, that we're improving and we're playing for Europe and that is good for the ambition of the players".

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  • Unusual tiff between Fox's Bill O'Reilly and Megyn Kelly

    Unusual tiff between Fox's Bill O'Reilly and Megyn Kelly

    It was, I'm sure you have some very sexy bras. Kelly claims Ailes "crossed a new line" during a conversation in January 2006. MCEVERS: I guess in this weird way, like, this year, your year of Trump , while it was a scary in some ways and hard in other ways year - has also been a good year for you - I mean a book deal, an offer of $20 million contract from Fox.

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  • Student anti-Trump protests continue onto day 3

    Michael England says the 15-year-old Richard Montgomery High School student wearing a "Make America Great Again" cap was participating in the walk-out Wednesday with about 300 to 500 students from the school. The students chanted "Not My President" and many carried signs that said "Stronger Together" and "Love Trumps Hate", campaign slogans of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

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  • Hoboken Crash Engineer Had Undiagnosed Sleep Disorder

    Hoboken Crash Engineer Had Undiagnosed Sleep Disorder

    The cause of the accident has not yet been determined by the National Transportation Safety Board, which offered no comment on the medical tests, but a US government official told the news website nj.com that Gallagher was diagnosed with sleep apnea after the crash.

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