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He told Fox 5's Kevin McCarthy that he plans to donate 100 percent of any Weinstein movie residuals going forward. Weinstein has been accused of sexual assault, harassment, and/or misconduct by more than 50 women; however, he has denied any allegations of nonconsensual sex.
  • The racy new Fifty Shades Freed trailer

    The racy new Fifty Shades Freed trailer

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    The Fifty Shades Freed official trailer dropped on Monday, and fans are finally getting to see Ana ( Dakota Johnson ) and Christian ( Jamie Dornan ) tie the knot! Look out for the movie in theaters on February 9. She's not just a blushing bride, she's Mrs. And, of course, Jack returns to stir up trouble - though with Elena Lincoln ( Kim Basinger ) around, there's little need for more trouble.
  • Asked Russian Lawyer for Hillary Clinton Dirt in Writing

    Asked Russian Lawyer for Hillary Clinton Dirt in Writing

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    Veselnitskaya also said Trump Jr. requested financial documents showing that money that allegedly evaded US taxes had gone to Clinton's campaign. Natalia Veselnitskaya , who is widely reported to have connections to the Kremlin, met with Trump Jr.in June 2016, during his father's presidential campaign.
  • Bollywood celebs attend Deepika Padukone's Padmavati party

    Bollywood celebs attend Deepika Padukone's Padmavati party

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    The illustrious guest-list included Shah Rukh Khan and wife Gauri Khan, alleged boyfriend and co-star Ranveer Singh , Manish Malhotra, Alia Bhatt, Sidharth Malhotra, Abhishek Bachchan, Sonakshi Sinha and Kriti Sanon to name a few. The film starring Deepika Padukone , Ranveer Singh and Shahid Kapoor portrays the story of Rajput queen Padmavati and Alauddin Khilji . "Does Sanjay Bhansali or anyone else have guts to make films on other religions or comment upon them?" The "Befikre" star ...
  • Did ISIS chief Baghdadi flee from Iraq to Syria in taxi?

    Did ISIS chief Baghdadi flee from Iraq to Syria in taxi?

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    The retreat also allowed Baghdad to take control of all oil fields operated by the state-owned North Oil Company in wider Kirkuk province. "It's a crowded street and a place for street vendors". Fighting across Deir Ezzor Province has sent thousands of civilians fleeing for their lives, some straight into the desert. Russian long-range military bombers conducted air strikes on terrorist facilities in eastern Syria on Saturday, the Russian Defense Ministry said.
  • Suspended MP 'absolutely and categorically' denies sexually harassing activist

    Suspended MP 'absolutely and categorically' denies sexually harassing activist

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    It comes after Shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry said she was ashamed at some of the "disgusting" allegations of sexual abuse in the Labour Party. He went on to be promoted, albeit briefly, to Labour's front bench in June 2016 - shortly after leader Jeremy Corbyn faced mass resignations following the European Union referendum.
  • Blake Lively Doesn't Look Like This Anymore

    Blake Lively Doesn't Look Like This Anymore

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    Her makeup was also done in a way to fake the appearance of eyebags. Recently, when promoting her new psychological thriller, All I See Is You (yes, the one where Blake Lively plays a blind woman who regains her sight and then re-assesses everything about her relationship and life), the actress stopped by Vanity Fair's pop-culture podcast, In the Limelight .
  • Chinese tourists mugged, attacked in Paris; embassy warns of security risks

    Chinese tourists mugged, attacked in Paris; embassy warns of security risks

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    According to reports from the city's tourist bureau, Paris is right on track in its targets to welcome more tourists after the wave of Islamist attacks in the country since November 2015. "Many of them [tourists] asked me to hide their bags". French authorities tightened security around Chinese tourist groups in 2013 after Beijing expressed concern about the increasing number of incidents.
  • Donald Trump in Japan: Golf, New Hats, and Dinner with Shinzo Abe

    Donald Trump in Japan: Golf, New Hats, and Dinner with Shinzo Abe

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    Trump kicked off a 12-day Asian trip and is looking to present a united front with Japan against North Korea through meetings with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe amid heightened tensions over Pyongyang's nuclear and missile tests. He told a group of American and Japanese business leaders: the United States was open for business, but he wanted to reshape the nations' trade relationship, though he did not say how he would cut the trade deficit with Japan, which totaled almost $70 billion previous ...
  • Who Is Rene Albert Boucher? Rand Paul's Neighbor Allegedly Attacked Republican Senator

    Who Is Rene Albert Boucher? Rand Paul's Neighbor Allegedly Attacked Republican Senator

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    Paul told police Dr. Boucher, 59, came onto his property around 3:20 p.m. Friday and tackled him from behind. Boucher is a Bowling Green anesthesiologist and pain specialist who developed a product called Therm-a-Vest, a cloth vest partially filled with rice and secured by Velcro straps that is created to relieve back pain by delivering heat directly to the areas of the back where most pain is felt.
  • Bodies of 5 Gaza militants found in destroyed tunnel

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    For example, "Israel has largely ended the visits of the families who live in Gaza [to] their family members in Israeli prisons, but famil [ies] that lives in Yehudah and Shomron are free to visit these terrorists", the Goldins said at the press conference.
  • Cooler Dry Saturday, Few Showers for Sunday

    Cooler Dry Saturday, Few Showers for Sunday

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    So that area of the country will be more Weather Aware tomorrow, hopefully. Temperatures will climb in the upper 50s. However, more often than not, when a warm front passes you, there a cold front lurking somewhere nearby. We stay in this cool, cloudy, and wet pattern tomorrow as our jet stream remains overhead and front stays stalled. This wind will also become a little gusty.
  • Suspected ISIS to be brought on transit remand to Lucknow

    Suspected ISIS to be brought on transit remand to Lucknow

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    UP ATS had issued a lookout notice on Abu and hence when he landed in Mumbai yesterday, he was arrested immediately. He was flying from Saudi Arabia. The Uttar Pradesh police have arrested an Azamgarh resident on charges of plotting terror attacks in the country and being the "main ideologue" of a group of radicalised youth.
  • Residents urged to stay indoors amid flash floods

    Residents urged to stay indoors amid flash floods

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    Najib said ATM would provide the necessary assistance and ATM chief Gen Tan Sri Raja Mohamed Affandi Raja Mohamed Nor himself would be leaving for Penang this afternoon. Flood victims in Penang no longer need food donations and are now appealing for cash, cleaning items, lorries to clear debris and volunteers to clean homes, DAP Penang said today.
  • Prime minister Narendra Modi calls on DMK chief M Karunanidhi

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    PM Narendra Modi called upon the media in the country to make an extra effort to maintain credibility and not just focus on politics. He added that media must strive to maintain credibility so that a healthy democracy can be built. Speaking at the 75th anniversary of a newspaper, Modi said, "Editorial freedom must be used wisely in public interest". So Media organisations must give more importance to ensure the accuracy of any news.
  • Liberia Election on Hold, Supreme Court Orders

    Liberia Election on Hold, Supreme Court Orders

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    Runoff candidates, former global footballer George Weah of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) and Vice President Joseph Boakai of the governing Unity Party, were originally scheduled to face each other on November 7. Addressing the court's five justices, Brumskine cited "gross irregularities". His party has complained of the late opening of polls, the absence of queue controllers and fraud by NEC officials.
  • Warm relations as Turnbull and Ardern stow differences in chilly bin

    Warm relations as Turnbull and Ardern stow differences in chilly bin

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    Flying across the Tasman for her first bilateral meeting with the Australian leader, Ms Ardern stepped off the plane in Sydney with a smile on her face on Sunday morning. The issue of resettling refugees and asylum seekers has plagued Australia for years now. Opposition Leader Bill Shorten believes the federal government should accept the offer.
  • Qatar Airways takes Cathay Pacific stake

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    Cathay shares have risen by 29.4% since the start of January despite the airline in August posting its worst first-half loss in 20 years. Qatar Airways chief executive Akbar Al Baker said Cathay Pacific is "respected throughout the industry with massive potential for the future".
  • Rockford Police officer, another person found dead after traffic stop

    Rockford Police officer, another person found dead after traffic stop

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    Rockford officers responding to the scene found Cox, who was critically injured, near a crash about two blocks north of the initial traffic stop, O'Shea said. Cox was hurried to OSF Saint Anthony Medical Center in Rockford, where he was articulated dead, O'Shea said. That's when they say Officer Cox became entangled in the vehicle.
  • Geraldo: Brazile's Revelations Are 'Nail in the Coffin' for the Clinton Era

    Geraldo: Brazile's Revelations Are 'Nail in the Coffin' for the Clinton Era

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    The new DNC chair, appearing on NBC News' "Meet the Press", called the idea that Clinton wasn't physically well enough to finish out the campaign " ludicrous ". "But honestly, they should be looking at the Democrats". "At some point the Justice Department, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, must do what is right and proper", Trump said in a series of early morning Twitter posts that echoed some of the president's comments late Thursday.
  • Syrian Army liberates Deir ez-Zor from ISIS

    Syrian Army liberates Deir ez-Zor from ISIS

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    Its most important remaining position is the town of Albu Kamal on the Iraqi border. The militants, routed from one urban stronghold after another, have recently been moving deeper into Syria's remote desert, where experts say they are regrouping and preparing to return to guerrilla-style attacks including scattered hit-and-run and suicide bombings.
  • Jay Ajayi fitting in perfectly with Eagles, scores on long run

    Jay Ajayi fitting in perfectly with Eagles, scores on long run

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    And Roseman looks like a genius. But, for now I'd sit him and see what happens this week. The decision means quarterback Carson Wentz will be without his top target. He received a loud ovation from the home crowd when he took his first carry in an Eagles uniform 6 yards early in the second quarter. "He's a smart guy".
  • Islamic State takes responsibility for NYC attack; security increased

    Islamic State takes responsibility for NYC attack; security increased

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    Saipov was shot and arrested by New York Police Department officers after the attack. He noted over 500 defendants have been convicted of terrorism-related crimes since the September 11, 2001, attacks. The vehicle charge raises the possibility that he will face the death penalty. The West Side bike lane where the attack happened has since re-opened, allowing tourists and New Yorkers to enjoy the unseasonably warm weather, despite bouquets and an Argentinian football jersey in tribute to ...
  • Bengals' AJ Green and Jaguars' Jalen Ramsey ejected after fight

    Bengals' AJ Green and Jaguars' Jalen Ramsey ejected after fight

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    Green took issue with a shove from Jags cornerback Jalen Ramsey, who also was ejected. Eventually both teams came out and a brawl ensued. It was an uncharacteristic meltdown by Green, one of the more reserved and universally respected players on an infamously volatile Bengals club.
  • SHERIFF: Multiple deaths after church shooting near San Antonio

    SHERIFF: Multiple deaths after church shooting near San Antonio

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    KSAT reports that two Airlife helicopters are also at the scene. The first news reports of the shooting were between noon and 12:30 p.m. "She was one attractive, special child", he said. A longtime member of the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas avoided being caught up in the deadly shooting at the church after deciding not to attend Sunday prayers .
  • At least two dead, one injured in Colorado Walmart shooting

    At least two dead, one injured in Colorado Walmart shooting

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    Thornton police spokesman Victor Avila said Ostrem allegedly "nonchalantly" walked into the store and opened fire, the Associated Press reports . "Active crime scene. "I was scared", Stephens said. "I was just picking up my last item and about to head toward the checkout", a witness told KDVR. NBC television affiliate 9NEWS reported a woman whose son was in the Wal-Mart said he heard about 30 gunshots.
  • Russian Federation protests: At least 260 nationalist Putin opponents held

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    Petersburg, Krasnodar, Krasnoyarsk, Perm, and Rostov-on-Don. Over 70 people were detained, including all of the organizers, nationalist leader Ivan Beletsky told the Interfax news agency. His movement, Artpodgotovka - whose name refers to a military manoeuvre to deploy artillery - was banned by a court in October. The Federal Security Service, or FSB, the main KGB successor agency, said the suspects detained in the Moscow region were planning to hurl firebombs at administrative buildings ...
  • Mueller Reportedly Has Enough Evidence to Charge Michael Flynn and His Son

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    While it's unclear whether the request came from Flynn, Mueller's team appears to be interested in allegations made by ex-C.I.A. director James Woolsey that Flynn talked with Turkish officials about kidnapping Gulen in September 2016. Sanders had also said President Donald Trump "has confidence they're going to close this up soon". Flynn would be the first former or current member of Trump's administration to be charged in connection with the investigation.
  • Lou Diamond Phillips Busted for DWI After Asking Cop for Directions

    Lou Diamond Phillips Busted for DWI After Asking Cop for Directions

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    The officer suspected that Phillips was intoxicated and asked him to exit his vehicle while the officer completed an unrelated traffic stop. He's now being held in jail. His arrest occurred when the officer " thought otherwise". The event will still go on as planned said Jay Ellington, director of the Corpus Christi Parks and Recreation Department.
  • 15 lakh take dip in Ganga on Kartik Purnima

    15 lakh take dip in Ganga on Kartik Purnima

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    Another report states the huge gathering at the ghat for bathing the cause of the stampede . All the injured were rushed to a nearby hospital where they were given medical treatment. Asked if he was ruling out a possibility of stampede, Mr. Singhal said, "We will reach a final conclusion only after the post-mortem reports arrive".
  • PM Modi slams opposition for downplaying World Bank report

    PM Modi slams opposition for downplaying World Bank report

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    On the other hand, in the Human Development Index report released in May this year, we dropped down one position to number 130 out of 188 countries, well below our Saarc neighbours like Sri Lanka and the Maldives, and are in the same range as Congo, Namibia and Pakistan.
  • China to apply national anthem law in Hong Kong, Macao

    China to apply national anthem law in Hong Kong, Macao

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    China has passed law stipulating a three-year prison sentence for anyone found guilty of disrespecting the country's national anthem, state media reported on Saturday. Pro-democracy activists and lawmakers fear a national anthem law could be used to undermine freedom of speech in Hong Kong. Rita Fan Hsu Lai-tai, a member of the Standing Committee, said the "time of its implementation will depend on the opposition camp's filibustering".
  • Australia refuses New Zealand offer on refugees

    Australia refuses New Zealand offer on refugees

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    The offer, first made by the country to the Gillard government in 2013, has been rejected a few times on the grounds that it would give asylum seekers a backdoor into Australia and become a marketing opportunity for people smugglers. Rich millennial speculators like to buy houses in New Zealand for its nature; in fact, over the past decade, three percent of New Zealand house buyers were foreign speculators.
  • British PM May: UK Will "Absolutely Not" Apologize for Balfour Declaration

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    Demonstrators in London protest against the Balfour Declaration and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's visit to the British capital, on November 4, 2017. Referring to Palestinian demands for the United Kingdom to apologise for the declaration, May said, "Some people suggest we should apologise for this letter, I say absolutely not".
  • Saudi Arabia arrests princes, ex-ministers

    Saudi Arabia arrests princes, ex-ministers

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    The committee announced that it is reopening the file of the 2009 Jeddah floods and investigating the coronavirus issue also known as the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS). Prince Miteb's father was the late King Abdullah, who also had led the National Guard and had transformed it into a powerful and prestigious force tasked with protecting the ruling Al Saud family, as well as important holy sites in Mecca and Medina, and oil and gas sites.