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Lewis said the president's "disparaging comments about women, the disabled, immigrants, and National Football League players disrespect the efforts" of civil rights leaders. In the 1950s and '60s, segregationist whites waved Confederate flags and slapped defiant bumper stickers on cars declaring MS "the most lied about State in the Union".
  • Pop star Ed Sheeran receives honor from Britain's Prince Charles

    Pop star Ed Sheeran receives honor from Britain's Prince Charles

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    As a young boy Sheeran set his sights on becoming a performer and in his teenage years he pursued his dream, endlessly gigging and later releasing songs as he tried to gain a foothold in the music business. a massive fan of the Royal family - and this MBE would be a huge deal to him, who passed away in 2013. Initial reports stated that Andrew's daughter Princess Beatrice cut the popstar's face with a sword while attempting to perform a mock ceremony granting fellow singer-songwriter James ...
  • Ventura county fire in California burns 65000 acres

    Ventura county fire in California burns 65000 acres

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    All schools in the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District were closed Thursday, Dec. 7 due to smoke from multiple fires around the Los Angeles area. SMFD sent an engine and a battalion chief to help with the Creek Fire burning in the Sylmar Area late Tuesday night. "People are losing their houses and everything that they've put their hearts into", said John Huttenberger, Ventura County resident."It's sad to see that someone has put so much time and love into something to have it ...
  • Iraq demands United States backtrack on Jerusalem, summons ambassador

    Iraq demands United States backtrack on Jerusalem, summons ambassador

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    The US Ambassador was summoned to Iraq for making "protest" from the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Iraq, because of the unprecedented decision by trump, which he recognized Israel's capital Jerusalem. The US, which is leading a large-scale operation against Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) in Iraq, has about 5,200 troops in the country, according to the latest statement from the US Defense Department.
  • EU takes countries to court for failing to take in enough refugees

    EU takes countries to court for failing to take in enough refugees

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    On June 15, 2017, the Commission launched infringement procedures against the three countries on the issue of refugee relocation, taking the process to the next level by sending its "reasoned opinions" on July 26, after the replies provided by the three Member States were found to be unsatisfactory.
  • Zinke releases National Monument report, includes recommendation for new Montana monument

    Zinke releases National Monument report, includes recommendation for new Montana monument

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    President Trump made the plan official during a speech at the State Capitol, where he signed proclamations to shrink the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments. Hatch, who introduced Trump, said that when "you talk, this president listens" and that Trump promised to help him with "federal overreach". Patagonia has campaigned against Trump on the issue of national monuments.
  • 'India to use specialist slip fielders overseas'

    'India to use specialist slip fielders overseas'

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    India will be hoping they can retain the bluster when the series begins, especially with their slip catching, a crucial component of results overseas on faster, bouncier pitches, going from bad to worse at the Kotla. So we had to replace Vijay. We'll also discuss the issue when we get there. "We haven't taken many catches but we will definitely get better at it.
  • Parents of Tampa killing spree suspect won't answer questions

    Parents of Tampa killing spree suspect won't answer questions

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    The judge questioned whether the goal was to punish the parents or simply to get them to comply with subpoenas. It comes after prosecutors said the couple refused to cooperate with the investigation into their son's past. "I think its important to safeguard these truly significant family values in this time of tremendous family stress", he said. An employee of a McDonalds in Ybor City, where Donaldson worked, called police after he handed her a food bag that held a gun, according to police.
  • Microsoft Corporation (MSFT): Technical Look

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    The stock decreased 2.58% or $0.16 during the last trading session, reaching $6.03. About 1.45M shares traded. Textron Inc. (NYSE:TXT) has risen 23.87% since December 7, 2016 and is uptrending. Shares of K have increased 0.19% in the past three monthswhile the S&P 500 has dropped -3.18% in that time. Natl Bank Of New York Mellon Corporation invested in 0.01% or 564,212 shares.
  • Heisman Trophy finalist Bryce Love at a glance

    Heisman Trophy finalist Bryce Love at a glance

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    Since then, he and Mayfield have spoken more respectfully of each other. Mayfield, though, will come to Manhattan as the clear favorite. The victor will be announced at 8 p.m. He is ahead of Sam Bradford as the school leader in pass efficiency for a career going into the January 1 national semifinal game against Georgia at the Rose Bowl.
  • North Korea missile prompted Singapore Air plane re-route

    North Korea missile prompted Singapore Air plane re-route

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    The closest shave was on Nov 29, where crew on at least three commercial flights from Korean Air and Cathay Pacific reportedly saw the North Korean missile in the air before it blew up near their location. The government of Japan noted that the rocket after a 50 minute flight fell into the sea in the exclusive economic zone of Japan, reports Japanese broadcaster NHK.
  • Ex-policeman faces 20 years in prison for Scott slaying

    Ex-policeman faces 20 years in prison for Scott slaying

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    Federal guidelines recommend a sentence of between 19 and 24 years for that offense. Slager, a former North Charleston officer, pulled Scott over on April 4, 2015, for a broken brake light. Slager has said the two men scuffled and he fired in self-defense after Scott grabbed his stun gun. The defense argued for a lenient sentence, claiming that Scott had resisted and grabbed the Taser and that Slager had feared for his life.
  • School Shooting Reported In Aztec, New Mexico

    School Shooting Reported In Aztec, New Mexico

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    The shooter is reportedly in custody. The Bloomfield Police Department is asking parents to stay away from the school until further notice. All students faculty and staff are accounted for. Aztec High School is located at 500 E Chaco Street, in Aztec, New Mexico. Officials were working on clearing the buildings before the shooter was reported down, according to San Juan County CEO Kim Carpenter.
  • Middle-earth: Shadow of War

    Middle-earth: Shadow of War

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    You can fight against enemies that represent other players, fight their armies, and completely dominate the world within Shadow of War . Winning these arena battles will earn you rewards and upgrades that can be used to improve your army's fighting prowess.
  • Oladipo Lifts Pacers Over Bulls 98-96

    Oladipo Lifts Pacers Over Bulls 98-96

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    Victor Oladipo's 11 points led the Pacers , who shot just 38.1 percent. Bojan Bogdanovic had 17 points for IN (14-11), and Darren Collison finished with 14. The Pacers were sluggish out of the gates, falling into an early 13-4 hole a little over five minutes into the opening period. The Pacers defeated the Bulls 98-96.
  • Jamia Millia Islamia student found dead inside his auto near Sarojini Market

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    He also told HT that it was unclear why he left the bag with cash at his friend's house. Police confirmed that no suicide note has been found. His mobile phone was also found switched off, said Deputy Commissioner of Police Romil Baaniya. His father Sharif Khan said a cousin sister of Rizwan's friend and her father told them on phone that Rizwan have handed over his mobile phone and a bag with Rs 2 lakh at their residence on Monday afternoon and drove off in his auto.
  • WH Responds: Trump's Throat Was Dry During Speech, 'Nothing To It'

    WH Responds: Trump's Throat Was Dry During Speech, 'Nothing To It'

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    Spokesman Raj Shah told the Los Angeles Times it was a case of "dry mouth". The paper asked if the President's performance could indicate health concerns. But the pronunciation of those words appeared to slur. Noah added: "Oh man!" He sounded like he just had a drink with Bill Cosby . Gartner gave a straightforward, reality-based assessment of Donald Trump's presidency and the existential threat to America and the world posed by his presidency.
  • Puigdemont to stay in Belgium for time being

    Puigdemont to stay in Belgium for time being

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    At a press conference at the Husa President Park hotel in Brussels, Puigdemont said today that Rajoy canceled the European arrest warrant against him fearing the refusal from the Belgian justice. His former No. 2, Oriol Junqueras, is in custody in a Madrid jail while his role in the organisation of the referendum is investigated. At the European Union executive's headquarters, Juncker's deputy Frans Timmermans told reporters he welcomed the "very positive atmosphere" of the demonstration, ...
  • Mani Shankar calls PM Modi 'neech aadmi'; apologise, says Rahul Gandhi

    Mani Shankar calls PM Modi 'neech aadmi'; apologise, says Rahul Gandhi

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    Ambedkar International Centre. Reacting on the remark, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said, "I think it is a well-thought strategy by Congress to use filthy language about the prime minister and spread misinformation". Prime Minister Modi had said the Nehru-Gandhi family did the greatest injustice to Babasaheb Ambedkar and Sardar Patel. The prime minister said he has "nothing to say" to say to such people, and his answer to them will "reflect through the ballot box".
  • Switzerland to return millions in stolen funds to Nigeria

    Switzerland to return millions in stolen funds to Nigeria

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    Although an agreement to repatriate the money was signed in March, the Nigerian Ministry of Justice, the World Bank and Switzerland have been grappling with legal complications surrounding the return of the money, says the BBC's Stephanie Hegarty in Abuja.
  • Sciencast Management LP Lowers Stake in Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc (WBA)

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    Reilly Financial Advisors LLC boosted its position in Walgreens Boots Alliance by 7.9% in the 2nd quarter. In other Walgreens Boots Alliance news, Director William C. The company also recently announced a quarterly dividend, which will be paid on Tuesday, December 12th. The company was initiated on Friday, November 3 by Credit Suisse.
  • Bigg Boss 11: Divya Agarwal's entry makes Priyank Sharma teary eyed

    Bigg Boss 11: Divya Agarwal's entry makes Priyank Sharma teary eyed

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    Yep! The housemates get the Statue Task! Priyank Sharma's date with his ex-flame Divya Agarwal in house of Boss will lead to an emotional moment of another level itself. Arshi told Vikas that he must watch his tone while talking to her and Vikas asked her to stay away from him. She tells him how he has upset her with his acts in the house, slyly referring to his relationship with ex-Bigg Boss contestant Benafsha Soonawalla .
  • Hero cop from Pulse nightclub shooting fired due to PTSD

    Hero cop from Pulse nightclub shooting fired due to PTSD

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    The nation's oldest incorporated African-American town, known as the home of author Zora Neale Hurston, it has about 2,000 people and a small police department, where Delgado has worked for 9? years. "There are some things that I'm not privileged to say", Cole said. Delgado said state lawmakers need to do more to support first responders with PTSD , and he doesn't understand why he's losing his job.
  • Syria fully liberated from ISIS

    Syria fully liberated from ISIS

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    The US military has increased the number of troops in Syria from 500 to 2,000, the Pentagon says, adding that the "conditions-based" military presence is justified by the need to "stabilize" liberated areas. Operations in both countries are shifting as the terrorist group shrinks, said Eric Pahon, another Pentagon spokesman. "To ensure an enduring defeat of ISIL, the coalition must ensure it can not regenerate, reclaim lost ground, or plot external attacks", he said.
  • Leading German politician calls for a United States of Europe by 2025

    Leading German politician calls for a United States of Europe by 2025

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    The leader of Germany's Social Democrats (SPD) took aim at the Republic and criticised United States technology firms Apple , Facebook and Google on Thursday, saying a strong Europe was needed to make sure they stick to the rules. The Social Democrats have been part of Germany's government for 15 of the past 19 years - first leading a center-left government under Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder from 1998 to 2005, then twice governing in a "grand coalition" under Merkel, from 2005 to 2009 ...
  • Korean diplomat meets United Nations official

    Korean diplomat meets United Nations official

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    U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres had, on several occasions, expressed his willingness to broker talks between North Korea and the worldwide community. Though Feltman previously worked for the State Department, he is not representing the US government. Although Feltman does not represent the United States, hopes are high that visits by him or other diplomats, a senior Chinese official visited last month, might help relieve tensions that have been growing amid threats and taunts between ...
  • Chatham police officer saves choking 29-day-old baby

    Chatham police officer saves choking 29-day-old baby

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    Eng was not the officer dispatched to the call, but he knew he was the closest, so he chose to respond. Eng told The Savannah Morning News that he finally saw Bella move, "and I heard a little cry". Eng did not hesitate to come to the family's aid, said his supervisor, Savannah-Chatham police Sgt. Phillip Collard. Learn the full story of how Officer Eng saved Bella in the video above.
  • Met Office upgrades snow warning to amber

    Met Office upgrades snow warning to amber

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    And now Met Eireann are predicting icy conditions with up to 3cm of snow in some areas on Thursday and Friday. From 3pm this afternoon until 6pm on Saturday, forecasters are expecting snow to hit higher roads before gradually affecting all levels overnight.
  • Direct Is A New Standalone Messaging App From Instagram

    Direct Is A New Standalone Messaging App From Instagram

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    Reuters/Regis DuvignauFacebook's Messenger Kids allows for parent-controlled Messenger accounts for children. Facebook has a minimum age requirement of 13, enforced by the American Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998, however tech-savvy pre-teens have already shown this to be easily bypassed.
  • Tesla, Inc. (TSLA) Has Another Very Strong Trading Session

    Tesla, Inc. (TSLA) Has Another Very Strong Trading Session

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    CIBC World Markets Inc. now owns 10,575 shares of the electric vehicle producer's stock worth $3,824,000 after purchasing an additional 4,504 shares in the last quarter. Fjarde AP Fonden Fourth Swedish National Pension Fund increased its stake in shares of Tesla by 2.1% in the third quarter. Ashfield Capital Prns Limited Liability Company has invested 0.12% in Tesla, Inc.
  • Governor orders flags lowered for Pearl Harbor Day

    Governor orders flags lowered for Pearl Harbor Day

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    The attack, which killed 2,402 Americans, injured another 1,282, and destroyed 188 USA aircraft and six ships, led directly to the American entry into World War II, with war being declared on Japan the following day. 2,402 Americans were killed in the surprise attack by the Japanese that targeted the Pacific Fleet of the U.S. Navy. A Pearl Harbor remembrance ceremony organized by multiple Lewiston-Clarkston Valley veterans groups is set for 11 a.m.
  • Mayor Faulconer urges Congress to pass legislation to protect Dreamers

    Mayor Faulconer urges Congress to pass legislation to protect Dreamers

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    Kinzinger and the others, ". write in support of passing of a permanent legislative solution for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients before the end of the year". It also requires they pay taxes. Under President Obama, an executive order was implemented called "Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals", or DACA, protecting this group of people from deportation based exclusively on their immigration status.
  • Cold front bringing the coldest air of the season... so far

    Cold front bringing the coldest air of the season... so far

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    There were some wind gusts however between 30 and 40 miles per hour. It'll be another cold day with highs in the 40s. The first of 2 offshore storms could brush CT with snow showers or a wintry mix Friday night. As with any snow potential in the South, keep alert for forecast changes, and be prepared for impacts, even if they seem minor now. After a windy Wednesday, breezy conditions are expected to stick around into the weekend.
  • NDP government opts for hybrid cannabis sales model

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    The NDP government has announced a hybrid retail model for recreational marijuana sales in which government will control distribution, but with the private sector allowed to participate in retail sales. It's still not certain what role private dispensaries will play in retail sales because the province won't be revealing those details until 2018. The report added that "most of these individuals preferred to see the existing dispensaries and their supply chain legitimized, licensed, and ...
  • Britain must apologise for colonial-era massacre

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    This is not the first time a British politician has called on the government to apologise for the killing of hundreds when troops from the British Indian Army led by Brig Reginald Dyer opened fire on unarmed protesters on April 13, 1919. Over the years, several MPs and politicians of Indian and South Asian-origin have asked the United Kingdom government to offer an apology to the Indian people but members of the royal family and British premiers have never gone that far during their visits ...
  • Kenyan opposition group says top adviser is in detention

    Kenyan opposition group says top adviser is in detention

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    Speaking at Sheria House on Thursday, the AG warned that persons that will facilitate or be involved in the event will face the full wrath of the law. Mr Odinga has insisted that he won the August 8 presidential poll and accuses the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) of rigging him out.
  • Narendra Modi pays tribute to BR Ambedkar

    Narendra Modi pays tribute to BR Ambedkar

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    Modi further said that the Central government was developing places related to Ambedkar's life as pilgrimage sites. In a veiled attack against Nehru-Gandhi family, PM said, "Ambedkar is still in the minds of people much more than 'the family for which all this was done".
  • Muslim man hacked and set on fire alleging 'love jihad'

    Muslim man hacked and set on fire alleging 'love jihad'

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    The victim is seen in the video being struck with a sharp object several times before being set on fire. Raigar even uploaded the video of the shocking act on social media . The term has been popularised by radical Hindu fringe groups, who accuse Muslim men of participating in a "conspiracy to turn Hindu women from their religion by seducing them".
  • Whistleblower: Flynn texts broached nuclear plan, sanctions

    Whistleblower: Flynn texts broached nuclear plan, sanctions

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    Trey GowdyHarold (Trey) Watson GowdyGowdy: FBI has had a "really bad last 18 months' Benghazi panel used 0K in taxpayer money to settle wrongful termination lawsuit Congressional investigators make first evidence requests in Russian Federation nuclear bribery case MORE (R-S.C.), chairman of the House Oversight Committee".