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The man also alleged, "She was driving blocking traffic, he tried to pass her on the inside like everyone else and she flipped out". According to Evans, a man was tailgating her before speeding around. But the other driver paints a different picture. "I'm not going to lie about that", the star said on Vince Russo's podcast "The Brand". I did. So CPS [Child Protective Services] were like - I was in the hospital - they said, 'Did you smoke when you were pregnant?' I said, 'I did within the ...
  • United Kingdom demands U.S. data from Cambridge Analytica in landmark privacy ruling

    United Kingdom demands U.S. data from Cambridge Analytica in landmark privacy ruling

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    Parsons School of Design associate professor David Carroll brought his case to the Information Commissioner's Office under Britain's data protection act after he found out that data had been gathered on him. While this decision was extremely painful for Cambridge Analytica's leaders, they recognize that it is all the more hard for the Company's dedicated employees who learned today that they likely would be losing their jobs as a result of the damage caused to the business by the unfairly ...
  • United States special forces 'helping' Saudis battle Houthi rebels

    United States special forces 'helping' Saudis battle Houthi rebels

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    According to the Times , which cited United States officials and European diplomats, the Army's special operations soldiers arrived in December to help Saudi counterparts locate launch sites and destroy the Houthis' missile supplies. As yet another news cycle was dominated by the latest chapter of the President Donald Trump-Stormy Daniels controversy on Thursday, the New York Times quietly published an alarming report detailing a secret U.S.
  • Karnataka SSLC results 2018: When and where to check

    Karnataka SSLC results 2018: When and where to check

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    Enter your details such as roll number, registration number etc. The board conducted the examinations on March 23, 2018 with First Language papers and ended the same with the Social Science paper on April 6. At least 2,187 examination centres were there for conducting the KSEEB Karnataka SSLC examination. The Board had also asked exam centres to make proper arrangements for Persons With Difficulties (PWD) students this year.
  • Pakistan's Imran Khan acquitted in police attack case

    Pakistan's Imran Khan acquitted in police attack case

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    He was confident that both Imran Khan and Asif Ali Zardari will suffer defeat in the upcoming general elections. The judge of the anti-terrorist court Islamabad exonerated the cricketer-turned-politician for "lack of evidence", according to the court record.
  • Upstart West Virginia GOP candidate doubles down in controversial 'China people' ad

    Upstart West Virginia GOP candidate doubles down in controversial 'China people' ad

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    McConnell is Wednesday to Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, who was simply created in Taiwan and also whose parents are all Chinese. Blankenship says McConnell's "swamp people" are running false, negative ads against him. Blankenship was asked about the "China person" comment during a debate Tuesday in Morgantown. Blankenship has been called " the worst candidate in America " and spurred think pieces about how he's " testing the limits of Trumpism ".
  • Trump's New 'Religious Freedom' Order Could Be License to Discriminate

    Trump's New 'Religious Freedom' Order Could Be License to Discriminate

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    This could perhaps mean that religious groups could evade antidiscrimination law and continue to hold government contracts even if they demonstrate bias against LGBT people, members of other faiths, or any other group. Those provisions echo a similar executive order that Trump issued past year that allows religious organizations and churches to get involved in the political sphere without the threat of losing their tax-exempt status.
  • Trump's peace plan includes giving away parts of Jerusalem

    Trump's peace plan includes giving away parts of Jerusalem

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    The demand, according to the Post, was communicated by U.S. officials to the Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman during his visit to Washington last week. Trump's unilateral decision to move the United States Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem sparked protests and fury around the world, particularly among Muslims who view it as a provocation against the Palestinian people.
  • Partly sunny, warm Saturday forecast

    Partly sunny, warm Saturday forecast

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    Friday: A slight chance of showers. After a dry start to the weekend clouds will increase tonight ahead of an approaching area of low pressure. Overnight lows will fall back into the middle and upper 40s. Becoming a mix of sun and cloud this afternoon. Monday looks dry and mostly sunny, but there may be showers on the East Coast of Florida. A cold front will cross the area this afternoon and bring us a renewed chance of showers and potentially a few storms.
  • In election manifesto, Erdogan Guarantees new military Attempts

    In election manifesto, Erdogan Guarantees new military Attempts

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    Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says the country needs to urgently make the switch to an executive presidency. He said at least 4,415 terrorists have been "neutralised" since the launch of Operation Olive Branch in Syria . "We have never given up on our goal of full membership to the European Union although lately we did not see the same determination and desire from our counterparts", he said.
  • Iraq Starts airstrike from Syria Contrary to Islamic State

    Iraq Starts airstrike from Syria Contrary to Islamic State

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    Dillon, speaking from Baghdad, Iraq, shared a couple videos of airstrikes against the terrorist group while describing how Iraqi and coalition forces have detained suspected terrorists, destroyed IS tunnel systems, and destroyed IS weapons caches.
  • Highway sniper who shot 2 idolized Nikolas Cruz, sheriff says

    Highway sniper who shot 2 idolized Nikolas Cruz, sheriff says

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    As a deputy ran toward the auto with a gun drawn, the driver sped off on the highway. The Hall County Sheriff's Office will continue to "actively investigate" the case, Couch said, adding that the agency's "thoughts and prayers continue for the victims and the families of those involved".
  • Keith Block Sells 10000 Shares of Salesforce.com (NYSE:CRM) Stock

    Keith Block Sells 10000 Shares of Salesforce.com (NYSE:CRM) Stock

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    Rosenblum Silverman Sutton S F Inc bought 3,240 shares as the company's stock rose 10.89% while stock markets declined. Windward Cap Management Ca reported 3.86% in salesforce.com, inc. 'Buy to open' the CRM June 130 Call (CRM180615C00130000) for a maximum price of $2.90. Investors sentiment decreased to 1.19 in Q4 2017. The firm attains analyst recommendation of 2.30 on scale of 1-5 with week's performance of -0.11%.
  • Again, armed bandits kill 27 in Kaduna village

    Again, armed bandits kill 27 in Kaduna village

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    According to Birnin-Gwari Vanguards for Security and Good Governance, about 45 dead bodies were evacuated by courageous vigilantes and volunteers, numbering 500, with assistance of a handful soldiers on Sunday afternoon. Efforts to get the reaction of the state police command were futile as the Command Public Relations Officer, Aliyu Mukhtar, could not be reached on the phone.
  • Local election stalemate, but Brexit continues to bubble away below the surface

    Local election stalemate, but Brexit continues to bubble away below the surface

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    The Tories managed to keep Labour at bay in London , where the opposition party had targeted several key boroughs. In Adur Labour won three extra seats and leaving UKIP with one. The dial hardly moved for these areas in the local elections and they remain closely fought, with no dividend to be gained from a previous significant UKIP presence.
  • 30 'killed and wounded' in Afghanistan bombing

    30 'killed and wounded' in Afghanistan bombing

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    He said the explosion was not carried out by a fidayeen or suicide bomber. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack. In the past month, militants of the Islamic State killed over 60 civilians in a blast carried out at a voter registration centre in Kabul .
  • Path toward a real Korean peace

    Path toward a real Korean peace

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    ICAO Asia and Pacific Regional Director Arun Mishra will travel to North Korea with the director of the agency's air navigation bureau, Stephen Creamer, to open discussion on air navigation and safety issues. In the call with May, Trump "underscored his commitment to ensure that Iran never acquires a nuclear weapon", the White House said. Meanwhile, Seoul's presidential security advisor Chung Eui-yong was joined by his American counterpart John Bolton Friday in dismissing a New York ...
  • Rise in deaths of miners raises major concerns

    Rise in deaths of miners raises major concerns

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    On 5 may it became known that 7 of them are dead, the remaining 6 are in the hospital. An natural disaster Thursday led to a cave-in that trapped 13 miners underground. The President of the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) in South Africa, Joseph Mathunjwa has blamed the mining company for the incident, saying that workers were sent down the mine after an earlier seismic event.
  • Lebanon holds general election for first time in nine years

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    Cars and mopeds were decked out with the flags of the main parties, loudspeakers blared songs in support of candidates near their electoral strongholds and young people outside polling stations wore T-shirts bearing the faces of political leaders.
  • Narine's mystery spin helps KKR to easy win over CSK

    Narine's mystery spin helps KKR to easy win over CSK

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    While they can afford to lose this game, this will leave their fate in the hands of other teams . We were not that good a side where we can have bad days and still get win. Save Parthiv and Southee who ensured a 120-run plus total for the visiting team , none of the other batsmen could even reach double digits. AB de Villiers has been declared fit after viral fever ruled him out of RCB's previous two games.
  • PM does better than expected in England local elections

    PM does better than expected in England local elections

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    Gosport was one of five United Kingdom areas taking part in the trial on Thursday in an effort to cut down on voter fraud. She tweeted: "Just been round the C Palace polling stations". Turnout is usually low - only around one-third of voters cast their ballot in last year's local elections , compared to 69 percent in the national vote in June.
  • Pakistani Interior Minister Survives Assassination Attempt at Rally in Narowal

    Pakistani Interior Minister Survives Assassination Attempt at Rally in Narowal

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    Imran Kishwar stated that the attacker used a 30-bore pistol to fire at Ahsan Iqbal from a distance of around 20 yards. On being rushed to the local hospital, his condition was declared stable. Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has condemned the attack, which comes as the country gears up for federal elections expected this summer. PPP leader and Leader of the Opposition in the Senate Sherry Rehman expressed regret at the incident.
  • US slams China over bid to police websites

    US slams China over bid to police websites

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    Amid a growing fight over US-China trade, the White House said in a statement on Saturday that the Chinese Civil Aviation Administration sent a letter to 36 foreign air carriers, including a number of US carriers, demanding changes. American Airlines Group confirmed earlier on Saturday that it had received the demand. The airline quickly apologized and fixed the issue. The allegations, including a claim that two pilots suffered eye injuries in one attack over the east African base, triggered ...
  • He'll be welcomed - Suarez hints Griezmann will join Barcelona

    He'll be welcomed - Suarez hints Griezmann will join Barcelona

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    However, reports suggest it is only a matter of time until the French striker moves to La Liga champions Barcelona . Rumours of Antoine Griezmann's potential move to Barcelona have resonated around the footballing world throughout the course of the season, with much speculation surrounding the Frenchman's next destination should he choose to leave Atletico Madrid at the end of the season.
  • Boom. Come over here, - Trump comments on 2015 terrorist attack in Paris

    Boom. Come over here, - Trump comments on 2015 terrorist attack in Paris

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    Every country is free to define its own laws when it comes to bearing arms. " France is proud to be a country where acquiring and carrying firearms is strictly regulated ", the ministry emphasized. 'They don't have guns. "Yes, that's right, they don't have guns, they have knives and instead there's blood all over the floors of this hospital ".
  • The first review of Naa Peru Surya Naa Illu India

    The first review of Naa Peru Surya Naa Illu India

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    However, Bunny assured his dad and told him that he has complete confidence in Vamsi and even gave his director a free hand. Anu Emmanuel played the female lead role. The point that due to some corrupt people, some Indian youth are attracted to terrorism, and the Indian Army is fighting with the same young people is valid, but Vakkantham's lack of experience shows in the narration of the film.
  • GOP Candidate Sues Trump-backed Rival In Ohio US Senate Race

    GOP Candidate Sues Trump-backed Rival In Ohio US Senate Race

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    People in the USA illegally are exploiting a "catch and release" policy, Trump said. Trump then mentioned the notion a second time, saying, "And we may have to close up our country to get this straight, because we either have a country or we don't".
  • Fox News, Sean Hannity get scoop they may not have wanted

    Fox News, Sean Hannity get scoop they may not have wanted

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    In it, Baldwin playing Mr Trump instructs his lawyer to "call up Stormy Daniels and fix this once and for all" and keep him on the line to listen in. 'What the hell, I'm so mad right now!' squeaks Fallon in a high-pitched voice. Stiller's Cohen begs everyone to stick to one story re: Stormy Daniels , but he's cut off when SNL's Sarah Huckabee Sanders (Aidy Bryant) beeps into the call for Trump.
  • J&K: Encounter breaks out between militants, security forces in Shopian

    J&K: Encounter breaks out between militants, security forces in Shopian

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    As a firefight began between the reinforcements from Army's 23 Para Commandos, 34 RR, and 3 RR, the CRPF , and SOG were rushed "to take on the heavily equipped terrorists". Security forces recovered three AK-47 assault rifles and ammunition from the encounter spot. "We appealed to them (terrorists) to surrender but continuous firing from inside is underway, can not confirm the number of terrorists yet", said Shailendra Mishra, SSP, Shopian.
  • Death toll rises to 16 as two coal mines collapse near Quetta

    Death toll rises to 16 as two coal mines collapse near Quetta

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    The accident occurred in Marwaarh, 45 kilometers (28 miles) east of Quetta, which is the capital of oil and gas-rich Balochistan province bordering Iran and Afghanistan. Coal mining is considered much more hazardous than hard rock mining due to flat-lying rock strata, generally incompetent rock, leakage or explosion of poisonous gases and coal dust, collapsing of mine stopes or general mechanical errors from improperly used or malfunctioning mining equipment.
  • China, US trade talks - what the two sides proposed

    China, US trade talks - what the two sides proposed

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    China also offered to reconsider anti-dumping duties on US sorghum, according to a proposal it submitted. The meeting will plan to "determine the results" of the trade talks. "It is not my objective to change the Chinese system", said Lighthizer. Chinese proposal: Asked United States to treat Chinese investments equally under national security reviews; asked United States to stop issuing restrictions on new investments; agreed to implement its commitment to open up its financial and ...
  • NSA triples United States data collection from phone companies

    NSA triples United States data collection from phone companies

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    The spike in collection of call records coincided with an increase reported on Friday across other surveillance methods, raising questions from some privacy advocates who are concerned about potential government overreach and intrusion into the lives of USA citizens.
  • Country's progress linked with due respect for politicians: PM

    Country's progress linked with due respect for politicians: PM

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    Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Saturday has said that a country can not be developed until it respects its politicians. This decision will neither be accepted by history nor people, he remarked. Referring to the area of Kahuta , which was his constituency, he said that it was an area of martyrs and Ghazis and the people of that area, particularly the youth were very courageous and fearless who never turned their back.
  • Marxism still 'totally correct' for China: Xi

    Marxism still 'totally correct' for China: Xi

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    China , the worlds second-largest economy after the USA, has seen decades of market-driven growth. In a speech at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Friday, Xi said, "Writing Marxism onto the flag of the Chinese Communist Party was totally correct ..." Not everyone agrees with Xi's laudatory tone concerning Marx, however, particularly in the nineteenth-century author's home country of Germany .
  • BJP promises farm loan waiver, free smartphones in Karnataka

    BJP promises farm loan waiver, free smartphones in Karnataka

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    Speaking after releasing the manifesto at a private hotel, BSY also said that an opportunity would be provided to the farmers to tour China and Japan. The manifesto also states the party's intention to revive the Karnataka Prevention of Cow Slaughter and Preservation Bill 2012 (Go Seva Ayog) and also sets aside a Rs 3,000-crore Kamadhenu Fund for the goal of animal husbandry and dairy farming infrastructure development.
  • Germany says will stand up for Israel's security in UN Security Council

    Germany says will stand up for Israel's security in UN Security Council

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    The Western European and Others regional group known as WEOG includes 28 states, among them Israel. The German foreign Ministry the decision of Jerusalem called "another incentive for us to defend the interests and security of our Israeli friends", if Berlin will be able to get into the UN Security Council.
  • Green Bay Packers SOLVE punting problem with one in, one out

    Green Bay Packers SOLVE punting problem with one in, one out

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    People working every day, all over the world. Only 11 of those players were drafted, but that doesn't mean the other 40 players don't have a chance. "For me, I've got to do everything I can to train right, eat right, sleep right, and kick right", said Scott.
  • Rainstorm kills at least 72, injures more than 100 in India

    Rainstorm kills at least 72, injures more than 100 in India

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    Amid fix and relief work by authorities, India's meteorological department warns another powerful dust storm would sweep parts of the two states this weekend. "We had a high intensity dust storm on 11 April - 19 people died then - but this time it struck during the night so many people were sleeping and couldn't get out of their houses when mud walls collapsed".
  • Riot police deployed as tens of thousands march against Macron reforms

    Riot police deployed as tens of thousands march against Macron reforms

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    Authorities deployed 2,000 police to the event after violence and ransacking scarred a May Day protest in the French capital earlier this week. "It was not the huge influx that they had predicted", Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said , denouncing what he called an "attack" on an outside broadcast van of Franceinfo radio in the eastern quarter of Bastille, where the march ended.