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  • Amid protests, United Kingdom lawmakers to debate Trump visit invitation

    Amid protests, United Kingdom lawmakers to debate Trump visit invitation

    The US president was compared to a "petulant child" and had his intelligence questioned by MPs during a three-hour debate triggered after more than 1.8m people signed a petition urging Theresa May to cancel her invitation. During the debate, opposition Labour MP David Lammy said the government offered the state visit because it is "desperate" for a trade deal with the US.

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  • Police Release Audio of Suspect in Murders of Indiana Girls

    Police Release Audio of Suspect in Murders of Indiana Girls

    Additional video, also taken from Libby's phone, will not be released because the investigation is ongoing, Bursten said. Abbie Williams. The girls were reported missing around 5.30pm on the day of their hike and found dead a day laterIndiana State Police are looking beyond the town of Delphi for a man photographed near the trail around the time a relative dropped the girls off, Sgt.

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  • Presidents Day closures: What's open, closed for the holiday

    This means that on Monday a slew of stores, malls, banks , post offices, stock markets , and more are closed. They're all closed today. Of the most recent US Presidents, who do you think was the best leader? Today is President's Day. Washington should have a standalone holiday and if the country wished to extend a similar honor to Lincoln, it can be done with enough separation so as not to overlap each other.

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  • Danica Patrick Reveals She's No Stranger To Dealing With Concussions

    Danica Patrick Reveals She's No Stranger To Dealing With Concussions

    TSN and RDS will continue to broadcast all races - including exclusive Canadian coverage of the biggest, richest, and most prestigious race in NASCAR , the DAYTONA 500 - as well as qualifying, practice sessions, and encore presentations. Junior has been with Hendrick Motorsports since 2008, and is now in the final year of his contract. "It makes you pay attention to yourself, and there's nothing better than having somebody like Dale Jr.

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  • British Isis fighter who blew himself up in Mosul 'was Guantanamo detainee'

    In March 2004, after a massive campaign by politicians and the media, Harith was released from the USA base at Guantanamo Bay along with four others who had been held for two years without trial. "It is him, I can tell by his smile ", Harith's brother Leon Jameson said looking at the images released by ISIS. Asked whether he believed Britani had moved on from Syria he said: "I am not going to comment on intelligence matters".

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  • Iran leader says Jordan's role in Syria peace significant

    Iran leader says Jordan's role in Syria peace significant

    Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei expressed hope that a continued Palestinian Intifada against Israel would bring about the "complete liberation of Palestine", during an address on Tuesday to theSixth International Conference in Support of the Palestinian Intifada.

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  • Apple Rolls Out watchOs 3.2 Beta 3 For Apple Watch

    Apple Rolls Out watchOs 3.2 Beta 3 For Apple Watch

    While its rate of growth has, unsurprisingly, slowed compared with the first weeks after its release, iOS 10 is still being adopted at a faster rate than its predecessor. It is optimized for flash and SSD storage and offers strong encryption tools to protect files. To install the Apple Watch update, the device is recommended to have a 50 percent battery.

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  • China reiterates opposition to THAAD deployment in S. Korea

    China reiterates opposition to THAAD deployment in S. Korea

    With its baby-faced dictator Kim Jung Un threatening to rain nuclear missiles down on Asia and even the west coast of the USA, it's not surprising that North Korea remains the most reviled and unpopular country among Americans. On Sunday, China suspended imports of North Korean coal for the rest of the year, in a move widely seen as a punitive response to the assassination of North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un's older half-brother, Kim Jong Nam, who was close to the Chinese leadership.

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  • New Documents Reveal How Trump's Deportation Plan Will Really Work

    In a statement from last week, Secretary John Kelly of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) confirmed that 680 illegals had been detained by ICE officers in a series of raids since the executive order was signed. Despite those priorities, the official said that it doesn't mean that everyone else is exempt from potential enforcement. The memos do not change USA immigration laws, but take a far harder line toward enforcement.

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  • Israeli army: Sinai militant fire hits Israel, no one hurt

    The incident comes after the Islamic State group, which has active affiliate groups in the Egyptian enclave, claimed that five of its militants were killed Saturday in an Israeli drone strike in Sinai. The rockets hit the Eshkol region, which borders southern Gaza and the northeastern tip of the Sinai Peninsula. The group said it had been launched "in order to teach the Jews and the crusaders a proxy war will not avail them of anything", and threatened future "calamitous" attacks.

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  • West Mosul residents told battle is imminent as Iraqi forces begin moving

    West Mosul residents told battle is imminent as Iraqi forces begin moving

    Army Staff Lieutenant General Abdulamir Yarallah said in a statement that elite Rapid Response units captured the villages of Athbah and Al-Lazzagah - two villages south of Mosul airport. Leaflets have been dropped over the west of the city by the Iraqi army to warn residents that a liberation offensive is imminent. Iraq's government-sanctioned Popular Mobilization Units - mostly Shiite militias - have held the western edge of Mosul's outskirts and have pledged to participate if their help ...

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  • Police Officer Killed, Second Officer and Suspect Injured During Shooting in Whittier

    When the officers arrived, they were told by the victims that the driver who had struck them was around the corner. Corina told reporters the suspect was driving his vehicle and rear-ended other cars that were waiting at a stoplight. Aerial video from KTLA showed partially shattered windows of a Whittier police SUV, as well as damage to a sedan and a weapon on its trunk. Corina said police believe the suspect is a gang member who the officers did not know.

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  • John McCain Stands In Opposition To Trump

    John McCain Stands In Opposition To Trump

    We must have it. Without a free and adversarial press, McCain said, Americans would lose their liberties, and " that's how dictators get started ". Despite criticizing Trump , McCain urged the forum on Friday to not give up on Washington yet.

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  • Scott Pruitt Takes the Helm at the EPA

    Scott Pruitt Takes the Helm at the EPA

    The records could reveal details of his relationship with the fossil fuel industry, which he will be in charge of regulating nationwide once confirmed as head of the Environmental Protection Agency. After Friday's vote, the Republican chair of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works - John Barrasso, R-Wyoming - attend a high-dollar fundraiser hosted by energy lobbyists at a Capitol Hill steakhouse, the Intercept reported .

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  • Details emerge on plan to repeal, replace Obamacare

    Details emerge on plan to repeal, replace Obamacare

    Rep. Bill Huizenga , R-Mich., called the 18-page outline "guideposts and a road map". "The Affordable Care Act is the opposite of that", Ryan said. On the other hand, Republicans apparently don't have a clue about how to replace the health-care coverage provided by Obamacare, nor apparently, do they grasp the extent to which so many millions of Americans have come to depend on its coverage.

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  • New Gambia President Adama Barrow to be inaugurated

    This post was syndicated from pulse.ng - Nigeria's entertainment & lifestyle platform online. Later he will address the nation, and 52 pigeons, representing each year of independence from Britain, will be released. The European Union, which had cut support amid tensions with Jammeh, recently announced an $80m package of assistance. He first returned to the country January 26, when he assumed power.

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  • Train derails in Belgium, leaving casualties

    Traffic in and out of the town, which is 12 miles east from Brussels, ground to a halt after the accident. One carriage tipped over onto its side while another portion of the train travelled down a small slope. A spokesperson said: "It is important to note that that person was not on the train ". Authorities launched an investigation into the cause of the derailment, which was not immediately known.

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  • Trump's travel ban blocked in Virginia, too

    Trump , which temporarily restricted travel from seven terror-prone countries . It bars entry of all refugees into the United States for 120 days, halts admissions from war-torn Syria indefinitely, and bans entry by citizens of Iraq , Iran , Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen for three months.

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  • Two planes clipped wings at Sky Harbor Airport

    Numerous cancellations regionally have come from Southwest Airlines flights, which Palm Springs Airport does not serve. A Frontier spokesperson wrote via email that there were 163 passengers and a crew of six on its plane, and Frontier was working to help customers with other flights.

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  • Woman's body parts possibly dumped in Shreveport area

    Woman's body parts possibly dumped in Shreveport area

    A 1-year-old child who was reported missing along with her mother was found safe in Oklahoma on Wednesday, and police found human remains in a dumpster and were working to determine if they were those of Ashley Mead. Densmore was arrested on first-degree murder charges for Mead's murder. The arrest affidavit has been sealed by the court. Investigators believe that Mead was killed in Boulder and then at least partially dismembered near Shreveport, Louisiana.

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  • Teen girls posted cryptic Snapchats before their deaths

    Monday. St Riley said that investigators had cleared a number of people who were in the Delphi Historic Trails area at the same time as the girls on Monday. Their bodies were found Tuesday, a day after they went missing from a hiking trail near Delphi, about 60 miles northwest of Indianapolis. State police in Lafayette have released the names of the two bodies found in Carroll County east of Delphi Tuesday.

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  • Whoopi Goldberg Defends Tiffany Trump Against NYFW Backlash

    Whoopi Goldberg Defends Tiffany Trump Against NYFW Backlash

    You're looking at fashion", Goldberg proclaimed. She doesn't want to talk about her dad! "She doesn't want to talk about her dad, she's looking at the fashion". While Goldberg has been a vocal detractor of Tiffany's controversial father, the actress-comedian urged that there is a difference between those boycotting Ivanka's products (which received an unprecedented plug from Kellyanne Conway on national television ) and NYFW attendees openly shunning Tiffany at fashion shows.

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  • Complaint: Man wanted attack similar to Dylann Roof killings

    Complaint: Man wanted attack similar to Dylann Roof killings

    Horry County Police had kept track of McDowell since his release from prison on felony burglary charges a few years ago because he made connections with white supremacists while behind bars, according to the affidavit. McDowell had not decided on a place for the attack, according to the complaint. Benjamin McDowell was arrested in Myrtle Beach and had told the undercover agent he planned an attack in homage to Dylann Roof.

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  • Syrian regime says constitution not discussed in Astana

    The second round of Syria talks are expected to discuss provisions on monitoring a ceasefire and adopting a final statement, Kazakh Foreign Ministry's Asia and Africa Department Director General Aidarbek Tumatov said Thursday. The agenda of Syrian peace talks due to begin in Geneva next week will be line with a U.N. Security Council resolution aimed at ending the conflict and will not be changed, U.N.

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  • Woman arrested, probe ongoing into Kim Jong Nam's death

    Woman arrested, probe ongoing into Kim Jong Nam's death

    He was taken to the airport clinic and then died on the way to the hospital, an official said. "We are still looking for a few suspects, they are all still in Malaysia". In 2001, Kim Jong Nam was caught at an airport in Japan traveling on a fake passport, saying he had wanted to visit Tokyo Disneyland. Even as Japanese news agency Kyodo, citing a Japanese government official, reported that the women may "already be dead", Malaysian police yesterday arrested a woman holding Vietnam travel ...

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  • MSU Gymnastics Coach Kathie Klages Steps Down Amid Scandal

    Hollis says in this letter that Klages presided over a team meeting September 12, 2016 created to alert student athletes about the pending allegations against Nassar and give them resources. Aside from civil lawsuits in MI and elsewhere, he's criminally charged with assaulting a girl at his Lansing-area home and possessing child pornography.

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  • That was fast: Puzder's out as nominee for Labor secretary

    That was fast: Puzder's out as nominee for Labor secretary

    Of course, even in that instance, Puzder saw immigrants as people who were just happy to have a job, according to comments he made to an audience at an American Enterprise Institute breakfast. The vice president cast a historic tie-breaking vote to confirm DeVos last week. Andy Puzder on Wednesday withdrew his nomination to be President Trump's Labor secretary, avoiding what would have been a rocky confirmation battle.

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  • Jaberi meets with Putin's, Syria UN envoys in Astana

    Jaberi meets with Putin's, Syria UN envoys in Astana

    BEIRUT/ROME The main Syrian opposition body said on Wednesday it wanted face-to-face negotiations with the Damascus government about a political transition at peace talks that are due to begin in Geneva next week. The focus of the talks in Astana is a partial cease-fire that went into effect at the end of December. The Syrian government should realize that the Geneva talks will not be "about procedures but about the future of Syria", de Mistura added.

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  • Malaysia Officials Not Confirming Assassination of North Korean Leader's Half-Brother

    Malaysia Officials Not Confirming Assassination of North Korean Leader's Half-Brother

    But what appears to be solid, however, is that the victim was Kim Jong-nam, the son of North Korea's late "Dear Leader" Kim Jong-il, and the older half-brother of the country's current "Grand Marshal" Kim Jong-un. His mother, actress Sung-Hae Rym, was one of four reported wives (or consorts) Kim Jong-il had during his lifetime. "Looking at a family tree one can see how complex the breakdown actually is, with little to actually determine the state of Kim Jong Un and his relationship with his ...

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  • First flu-related death in Sussex County confirmed

    Flu season is never a fun time for parents and their children. Health department employees say they started seeing cases of the flu in early September. Wellmont hospitals diagnosed 60 positive flu cases from January 30-Feb. "It would have been better to get vaccinated in October, and you may want to think about that next year, but you can still get vaccinated and see benefit from it", Brammer said.

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  • Harrison Ford lands illegally while piloting private plane, under investigation by FAA

    Luckily, he passed over the plane, and the Boeing 737 departed a few minutes later. Landing on a taxiway is a violation of Federal Aviation Administration safety rules. However, Ford, who trained as a pilot in the 1950s, is generally considered to be an good pilot in flying circles. The incident prompted an FAA investigation, which NBC News said could result in anything from 'a simple warning letter to a suspension of Ford's pilot license'.

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  • Verizon's move to unlimited data ups ante in wireless war

    Verizon's move to unlimited data ups ante in wireless war

    Days after OpenSignal ranked T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) and Verizon neck and neck on speed and LTE availability, Verizon began pitching its own unlimited plan today, reversing course on all their previous rhetoric about unlimited data . A number of analysts predicted that Verizon would continue to stay away from unlimited data plans due to having less available spectrum per each subscriber than its smaller competitors.

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  • N. Korea hails success of new mid-range missile test

    N. Korea hails success of new mid-range missile test

    The missile was launched from an area named Panghyon in North Korea's western region just before 8am (2300 GMT Saturday) and flew about 500km (300 miles), the South's Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said. The missile landed in the sea after flying about 500 kilometers. Yonhap said the ballistic missile was presumed to be an intermediate-range Musudan or a mid-range Rodong.

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