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  • Gritty Liufau leads No. 9 Colorado into Pac-12 title game

    Gritty Liufau leads No. 9 Colorado into Pac-12 title game

    Petersen arrived at UW with a first round National Football League draft pick at every level of the defense: nose tackle Danny Shelton, linebacker Shaq Thompson and cornerback Marcus Peters. Seemingly every time the defense has been asked to pick up the slack, they've done it. "We just look at it as a positive thing", linebacker Addison Gillam said.

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  • Russia Will Not Allow Infringement of Its Rights, Putin Says

    President Vladimir Putin says Moscow wants to get along with the incoming US administration and is looking to make friends not enemies. The Russian leader told the U.S. Russian Federation finds itself locked in its worst standoff with the West since the Cold War over its 2014 annexation of Crimea, the conflict in Ukraine and lingering disagreements about the conflict in Syria.

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  • Rhode Island man crashes while streaming 114 mph drive on Facebook Live

    Rhode Island man crashes while streaming 114 mph drive on Facebook Live

    Onasi Olio-Rojas, from Rhode Island, USA, filmed himself driving at high speed and weaving through lines of traffic on a bustling highway. State Police Captain John Allen said they've asked Facebook for an official copy of the video. Police said, via the Associated Press , that Olio-Rojas smashed into the truck when it entered the highway, and rescue crews had to free him from his vehicle.

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  • Russian Federation on combat alert over Ukraine missile tests

    Russian Federation on combat alert over Ukraine missile tests

    Volodymyr Kryzhanovsky, a Ukrainian military official, stated the exercises, which are happening in Ukraine's southern Kherson area surrounding Crimea, had begun and that everything was going efficiently. "We are not violating a single worldwide norm", the Dzerkalo Tyzhnya news website quoted Dublyan as saying. Russia's Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova condemned Ukraine's actions not as an attempt to shore up national security, but as a way to provoke Russia and "escalate the ...

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  • Baltimore police search for clues after 6 shot, 2 fatally

    Baltimore police search for clues after 6 shot, 2 fatally

    Johnson himself noted that the taser and shots fired in "fairly close succession", and earlier in the press conference characterized the shooting as happening "immediately thereafter" the taser. In the 911 call, which was also played, the caller tells the dispatcher that the man had not pulled the knives out on anybody. This video includes officers' attempts to conduct CPR to keep him breathing.

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  • Apple Wants to Use Drones to Give Its Maps App a Lift

    Apple Wants to Use Drones to Give Its Maps App a Lift

    Apple is reportedly putting together a fleet of drones to take to the skies in order to improve its Maps service, Bloomberg reported . In addition, the fleet will also enable them to incorporate information from things like street signs and roadworks into Apple Maps.

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  • Massachusetts Rep. Moulton backs Ryan bid to lead House Dems

    Massachusetts Rep. Moulton backs Ryan bid to lead House Dems

    Some Democratic strategists have said that Pelosi made an unforced error when she claimed the support of "more than two-thirds" of the caucus, because anything less than that number will be interpreted as a disappointing result. It's a gimmick they used against Pelosi in 2010 as well . She was referring to the election in Bush's second term where Democrats picked up an impressive 31 seats, regaining the majority and propelling Pelosi to the speakership.

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  • Syrian troops capture northern parts of rebel-held Aleppo

    Eastern Aleppo is held by militants, encircled by government forces, and the fighting has affected thousands of civilians still trapped in the city. The city has been divided between the regime-held west and rebel-controlled east since 2012. The Syrian Civil Defense search-and-rescue group operating in eastern Aleppo , also known as the White Helmets, put the toll at 45 killed.

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  • Reckoning for Pelosi as House Democrats vote for leader

    Democrats gained six House seats in the election, which was less than expected. The California Democrat spoke briefly to reporters after the vote, saying she feels "exhilarated" at being re-elected. Only after other members led by Reps. He also argued that House Democrats needed a leadership team that relied less on the two coasts and big cities (Pelosi represents a district in San Francisco, and her co-leaders Steny Hoyer and James Clyburn are from Maryland and SC respectively.) Another ...

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  • Syrian government presses on in Aleppo, thousands displaced

    Syrian government presses on in Aleppo, thousands displaced

    Others wish to see the group aligned to the more mainstream, but militarily weaker, Free Syrian Army . Ahrar al-Sham, which enjoys Turkish backing, is one of the leading rebel factions in northern Syria. France called for an urgent Security Council meeting to discuss the situation in Aleppo , where fighting continued as government forces seek to break down rebel defenses in the deeply divided city, once Syria's commercial center.

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  • Slager to testify in own defense at motorist shooting trial

    Slager to testify in own defense at motorist shooting trial

    CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - Former North Charleston patrolman Michael Slager is taking the stand to tell his version of what happened when he fatally shot a black motorist fleeing a traffic stop a year ago. Humphries was asked whether Slager should have just given up the chase. "It was total fear that Mr. Scott didn't stop". In his testimony last Tuesday, North Charleston Police Chief Eddie Driggers called Slager "a very good officer" and said he could recall receiving only one complaint about ...

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  • Five Ways Betsy Devos Could Become A Transformative Education Secretary

    Five Ways Betsy Devos Could Become A Transformative Education Secretary

    Some education reformers in the US champion the use of charter schools , which they view as favorable to mass public education to give impoverished children a chance to attend better schools with more personalized instruction. When many Texas children come to school, they face challenges that impact their ability to succeed in the classroom. "A Trump [spokesperson] says Trump has been "consistent and very clear in his opposition to Common Core " - and that anyone joining the administration ...

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  • Storms take aim at wildfires, but danger remains

    As progress is being made fighting wildfires in North Carolina, Governor Pat McCrory has reached out to Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam to offer support to crews battling fires there which are damaging areas such as Gatlinburg. "Some people nearly lost their homes during this fire", says Incident Commander Link Smith, "and we owe it to them to ensure they're not threatened again".

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  • Fatah movement re-elects Abbas as party leader

    Fatah movement re-elects Abbas as party leader

    Many global actors, including the United States and the European Union, believe that his vision of a peace deal is becoming less and less likely, as Israel continues its illegal policy of building settlements in Palestinian areas. Divisions between Fatah, which controls the West Bank, and Islamist Hamas, which holds Gaza, remain deep. "Hamas will send a delegation from the occupied West Bank", said Fawzi Barhoum in a brief statement.

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  • Anti-EU party UKIP elect new leader to replace Farage

    Anti-EU party UKIP elect new leader to replace Farage

    Farage, who was replaced as UKIP's leader by Paul Nuttall on Monday, said he is willing to help out with diplomatic relations between Prime Minister Theresa May and the incoming president. "The Labour Party is rightly concerned about us taking their traditional supporters and Cumbria is firmly in our sights", he said. The favorite to replace her, Steven Woolfe , also quit after a fight with a colleague that left him hospitalized.

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  • David Petraeus shared classified info. Now can he be secretary of state?

    During a speech in March, Romney derided Trump as a "phony, a fraud". Trump's presidential campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, for example, has publicly expressed concerns about Romney on Twitter and in television interviews. The decision seems to be in limbo over whether or not to nominate Romney, who in the words of ex-speaker Gingrich was Trump's "most vicious and most explicit opponent all through the campaign on the Republican side".

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  • Trump wins Michigan's 16 electoral votes, state board says

    Stein is also challenging the results in Pennsylvania, where the deadline to file a recount comes Monday evening, along with MI, whose deadline is Wednesday. Commission Chairman Mark Thomsen said he doesn't expect the recount to change the results of the election. Green Party candidate Jill Stein trailed them significantly.

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  • Kremlin asks Turkey to explain Erdogan's remark about toppling Assad

    Kremlin asks Turkey to explain Erdogan's remark about toppling Assad

    Washington-based Middle East Institute Scholar Charles Lister says al-Omar is a middle-ground figure who will be tasked with reconciling Ahrar al-Sham's divided leadership. Qatar's foreign minister told Reuters this week Doha would continue to arm them even if Trump ends USA backing, but would not on its own supply the shoulder-fired missiles they want to defend against Syrian and Russian warplanes.

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  • John McCain is really not interested in talking about Donald Trump

    I said a couple of weeks ago that we need to give Trump a chance. In at least two previous instances in 1989 and 1990, the US Supreme Court upheld the right to desecrate the American flag as a form of free speech . Trump's provocative tweets on flag-burning and other topics, including efforts to recount the November 8 presidential vote, came as the Republican worked to fill his Cabinet in advance of his inauguration in January.

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  • Trump wins Michigan by 10704 votes

    Stein's campaign has said they will also file for a recount in Pennsylvania and MI. None of the recount efforts appeared likely to alter the result of the election. Ms Stein, who won 1.4 million votes nationwide or about 1% of the count, signalled her determination to keep pushing the Midwest recount efforts, saying that "Americans deserve a voting system we can trust".

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  • Rescuers finish search of Indian train wreck, 133 dead

    Rescuers finish search of Indian train wreck, 133 dead

    The train got derailed at around 3 am near Uttar Pradesh's Pukhrayan in the Kanpur Dehat district. "We've taken out 30 plus dead bodies so far", said Ahmed. "There shall be a separate comprehensive forensic investigation by an appropriate agency to look into every possible angle", Prabhu said in the Lok Sabha.

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  • Neil Young wants Obama to end 'violence' at pipeline protest

    Neil Young wants Obama to end 'violence' at pipeline protest

    The Army Corps of Engineers has also clarified its position on the evacuation of the camp in recent days, stating on Sunday that they have " no plans for forcible removal ". Other protest organizers who participated in the press conference said they're not leaving the camp. The order, issued late Monday afternoon, is effective immediately and will remain until the governor rescinds it.

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  • Blazing Dormitory's Fire Door Was Probably Locked

    Blazing Dormitory's Fire Door Was Probably Locked

    Turkey on Wednesday detained six people suspected of negligence after 12 people, majority schoolgirls, were killed in a fire at a dormitory in the southern region of Adana. The move came after Family Affairs Minister Fatma Betul Sayan Kaya promised a thorough investigation and said anyone guilty of negligence would be punished.

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  • Sartaj to participate in Heart of Asia Conference in India

    India today said that no request has been received from Pakistan for bilateral meeting on the sidelines of 6th Heart of Asia Conference beginning this Saturday. Winning the toss and electing to bowl first, the Indians would have been pleased with the way they restricted Pakistan to just 97/7 in their 20 overs.

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  • DirecTV NOW unveiled: $35/month, mobile access, HBO add-on and more

    DirecTV NOW unveiled: $35/month, mobile access, HBO add-on and more

    That latter move is sure to cause net neutrality concerns for some , but we'll have to wait and see if anything actually comes of it. The service starts November 30. Spokespersons for CBS Digital and The CW both declined Decider's requests this afternoon for comment. AT&T will promote the service by letting its smartphone customers stream without eating into their mobile data plan.

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  • North Korea observing 3 days of mourning for Castro

    North Korea observing 3 days of mourning for Castro

    But Fidel Castro's passing could well be the end of an era for North Korea-Cuba relations. Pyongyang's state-controlled KCNA reported Monday that Choe Ryong Hae, vice chairman of North Korea's Workers' Party, had departed for Havana to attend the ceremonies for Castro, who died Friday at age 90.

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  • Cyber Monday still relevant despite barrage of online sales

    Cyber Monday still relevant despite barrage of online sales

    For the holiday season-to-date, $24.52 billion has been spent online, marking a 12-percent increase versus the corresponding days past year. That shoppers are able to compare prices means they're less likely to pay full retail price, said Steven Cox, a marketing professor at Queens University of Charlotte.

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  • Sanders calls for assessment of Electoral College

    But, as everyone knows, Washington and the rest of the West Coast were locked up for Hillary Clinton this month, as was NY. Capture Florida, and lo and behold, we get to inaugurate the person we elected. It is not expected to win support from her small state colleagues. Clinton beat Trump in California by about 2.5 million votes. The candidate on the left leads by 2 million votes.

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  • Civilians forced to turn back trying to flee rebel-held Aleppo

    Dozens of civilians tried to flee rebel-held east Aleppo overnight but were forced back by gunfire, as the Syrian army on Wednesday pressed an offensive to recapture the whole city. Rebel fire on the government-held west has killed 16 civilians, including 10 children. The area has been shelled heavily during the war, and many residents had already fled, but the latest fighting prompted even the last holdouts to leave.

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