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Stephen Wheeles. It happened in a rural area of Oldenburg, Indiana, shortly after 9 p.m. Saturday. One dog did survive. "My thoughts and prayers go out to the victims' families", the sergeant said. No names have been released. Franklin County-At least one fatality confirmed as a result of the small plane crash near Oldenburg. Wheeles said more information may be released Sunday.
  • Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's official wedding date announced

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's official wedding date announced

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    Prince Harry and Meghan shared the happy news of their engagement back in November, with a similarly form on social media. 'His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales and Ms. The twittersphere may not think that Ivanka has a shot at snagging the golden ticket, but as People reported, Markle's featuring of the oldest Trump daughter on her blog "The Tig" in 2014 indicates that she might be a fan.
  • May Praises EU Move Delivering 'Smooth' Brexit

    May Praises EU Move Delivering 'Smooth' Brexit

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    Britain and the EU27 are now set to start discussing the terms of a post-Brexit transition period lasting about two years and the trading relationship. The four-page guidelines pour cold water on Brexiteers' hopes of a swift movement to detailed negotiations on a free trade agreement with the EU. "We will give the mandate for preparation for the Commission and ourselves for the negotiations for the future of our relations", Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite said, seeing those talks ...
  • Putin to withdraw Russian troops from Syria

    Putin to withdraw Russian troops from Syria

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    Along the way, he announced a withdrawal of Russian troops from Syria, presided over the signing of a $21 billion plan to build a nuclear power plant in Egypt, and called President Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel "counterproductive" and "destabilizing", a criticism he leveled without mentioning Trump by name.
  • A CDC ban on 'fetus' and 'transgender?' Experts alarmed

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    However, that list expanded beyond just the CDC and to multiple other agencies as well. Much of the CDC's work has strong bipartisan support. The other banned words were decent variety, privilege, defenseless, hatchling, and proof based, with the CDC staff in the meeting supposedly told that as opposed to utilizing the expressions confirm based or science-based , they ought to rather say: "The "CDC constructs its proposals in light of science in thought with group gauges and wishes".
  • Forex: What the BoE Decision on UK Interest Rates Means For GBP

    Forex: What the BoE Decision on UK Interest Rates Means For GBP

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    The global economy is growing strongly, domestic financial conditions are highly accommodative and consumer confidence has remained resilient. UK's inflation continues to surprise to the upside in November. "The Committee noted the progress in the Article 50 negotiations between the United Kingdom and the European Union." In line with the framework set out at the time of the referendum, the MPC now judges it appropriate to tighten modestly the stance of monetary policy in order to return ...
  • Multiple casualties in Pakistan Methodist church attack

    Multiple casualties in Pakistan Methodist church attack

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    The church had organised different programmes all throughout December to mark Christmas, according to its Facebook page. "We have cleared the immediate area around the church, and we are now clearing a peripheral area further out", Ansari said, speaking to the media at the site of the attack.
  • Decorating the White House Christmas Tree

    Decorating the White House Christmas Tree

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    McKinnon's Sessions says, "Oh don't worry, I won't snitch". To settle him down, the first lady encourages her husband to turn to trimming a Christmas tree, by hanging ornaments depicting the faces of "all the haters and losers I destroyed this year".
  • Trump Cries 'Whore' At Gillibrand

    Trump Cries 'Whore' At Gillibrand

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    The radio went off again. "He thinks mommy is doing a bad job ", she recalled telling him. So why should anyone be surprised that the USA Today's editorial board has issued a statement concluding that: "A president who would all but call Sen".
  • Explosion rocks major bus terminal in NY

    Explosion rocks major bus terminal in NY

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    Police identified the suspect allegedly behind the NY bus terminal explosion as Akayed Ullah , 27, and said the attack appears to be isolated. The police have identified the suspect as Akayed Ullah and have placed him in custody, New York City Police Commissioner James O'Neil said at a press conference held near the scene.
  • Grambling falls short in Celebration Bowl

    Grambling falls short in Celebration Bowl

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    He was successful during that stretch with a 35-12 record and a SWAC Championship in 2008. The action starts at noon on Saturday on ABC with the Celebration Bowl between North Carolina A&T and Grambling, champions of the MEAC and SWAC, respectively.
  • Winds fuel California wildfire, state's third largest on record

    Winds fuel California wildfire, state's third largest on record

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    As of Friday, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, known as Cal Fire, had spent just over $600 million battling a spate of wildfires across the state, including almost $89 million to fight the ongoing Thomas fire in Southern California's Ventura County.
  • NEC Approves $1b From ECA To Fight Boko Haram

    NEC Approves $1b From ECA To Fight Boko Haram

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    Ex-aviation minister, Chief Olufemi Fani Kayode has reacted to the withdrawal of $1 billion from the country's Excess Crude account , saying that the money was earmarked to be used for the upcoming 20019 Elections and not to fight Boko Haram .
  • Robin Roberts Created Waves by Dissing Omarosa Manigault on Good Morning America

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    A friend of Omarosa's , a conservative media personality Armstrong Williams, questioned the timing of her ouster by writing on Facebook, "Funny how her story is knocking Roy Moore off front pages". Newman, who was the only black senior adviser to the president, also acknowledged the lack of diversity in the White House, noting that often times she felt "lonely".
  • Moors & Cabot Inc. Buys New Position in Lam Research Co. (LRCX)

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    At Bancorp who had been investing in Hd Supply Hldgs Inc for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $7.13B market cap company. The stock increased 1.11% or $0.81 during the last trading session, reaching $74.05. Therefore 91% are positive. During the same period in the prior year, the company earned $1.81 EPS. research analysts anticipate that Lam Research Co.
  • IN set to face No.18 Notre Dame in Crossroads Classic

    IN set to face No.18 Notre Dame in Crossroads Classic

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    Irish senior guard Matt Farrell prepares to drive on an opponent during Notre Dame's 105-66 win over Chicago State on November 16 at Purcell Pavilion. He said he thinks his team believes a lot more in the new system than it did when it opened the season November 10 with an ugly 21-point loss to Indiana State at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.
  • Fire danger approaches very high levels Saturday

    Fire danger approaches very high levels Saturday

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    Northeast wind gusting between 35 and 55 miles per hour combined with low humidity will extend the potential for critical fire weather conditions across the mountains and valleys of L.A. Red-flag warnings are also in place for much of Southern California, the Sierra Nevada foothills and the northern two-thirds of the Central Valley.
  • Trump is 'not fit to clean the toilets' at Obama's presidential library

    Trump is 'not fit to clean the toilets' at Obama's presidential library

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    In Trump's tweet to Gillibrand on Tuesday, he called her a "lightweight" and said that she would "come to my office "begging" for campaign contributions not so long ago (and would do anything for them)". a minute away from finalizing, maybe the most historic tax cut to our nation and here she is", he said. Kirsten Gillibrand and took her frustrations out on First Lady Melania Trump and First Daughter Ivanka Trump.
  • Rain Likely For Sunday Morning

    Rain Likely For Sunday Morning

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    By Wednesday , the rain will begin to move off to the east, but we will continue to have cloudy conditions. A trough of low pressure moves through the area today and will touch off scattered snow showers. For the rest of the week we'll dry up and see partly cloudy skies, but we'll stay cold. Sunday will see a major change according to Met Eireann as it will be much milder than the last week however there will be outbreaks of rain that will clear later in the day.
  • Argentine naval admiral sacked over disappearance of ARA San Juan submarine

    Argentine naval admiral sacked over disappearance of ARA San Juan submarine

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    The sacking of Navy Admiral Marcelo Srur came as relatives of the missing crew demonstrated on Saturday outside the presidential palace in the capital, Buenos Aires. "Well, here we are, we're reminding them of that", he added. On November 30, the Argentine Navy announced the end of its rescue activities but specified that the mission to locate the vessel was still ongoing.
  • The US spent millions researching UFO sightings

    The US spent millions researching UFO sightings

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    The Defense Department says the program shut down in 2012, although Elizondo told The Times the only thing that ended in 2012 was ended was government's funding of the program. He approached Reid earlier in 2007 about a Defense Intelligence Agency official's interest in visiting his Skinwalker Ranch property in Utah-considered a point of interest for believers in paranormal and UFO activities.
  • Father's grisly discovery: Woman mauled to death by own dogs

    Father's grisly discovery: Woman mauled to death by own dogs

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    While she had a Glen Allen address, Agnew said, Stephens grew up in Goochland and frequently walked the dogs in the wooded area where her body was found, which was near an old family farm. During the conference, Agnew described the dogs as "very large, brindle-colored pit bull dogs". The sheriff says they were huge and trained to fight.
  • Virat Kohli and Steven Smith are 'Freak', Says Michael Vaughan

    Virat Kohli and Steven Smith are 'Freak', Says Michael Vaughan

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    Steve Smith and Mitch Marsh's triple-century stand piled on the Perth misery to leave England on the brink of losing the Ashes. What are we going to bowl to Smith?' And I said, 'Look, one, I'm not going to tell you. Joe Root's men mustered a solitary wicket on a grim third day at the WACA. The three-time World Cup winning player further added that England players came to him seeking advice on how to get Smith out.
  • CNN Commentator Screams, Gloats Over Omarosa Leaving the White House

    CNN Commentator Screams, Gloats Over Omarosa Leaving the White House

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    Sources from the White House shared with reporters that her resignation wasn't her decision and that the former reality star didn't go quietly. Ryan contends that despite the official story that Manigault Newman voluntarily tendered a resignation letter, she was sacked by Chief of Staff Gen.
  • Austria forms government coalition with far-right party

    Austria forms government coalition with far-right party

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    In steps widely seen as formalities, Strache and Kurz are presenting their deal to President Alexander Van der Bellen, a former Greens leader who narrowly beat the FPO in a presidential vote in 2015, and to their parties on Saturday before revealing details.
  • Stranded skiers reported on Pennsylvania chairlift

    Stranded skiers reported on Pennsylvania chairlift

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    She said many people have already been taken away by ambulance. Five people sustained minor injuries after a ski lift malfunction Saturday morning at Tussey Mountain in Boalsburg. Tussey Mountain initially tweeted out that they were having difficulties with the chairlift, but they were working on it, using the hashtag "sorry" at the end of the tweet.
  • Nirmala Sitharaman, armed forces pay tributes to heroes of 1971 war

    Nirmala Sitharaman, armed forces pay tributes to heroes of 1971 war

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    On this momentous day the Pakistani Forces under the command of Lieutenant General AAK Niazi surrendered at Dhaka, in the presence of the tri-service Commanders of Indian Armed Forces. Gen. D Anbu said. Every year, Citizens, senior officials, students & war veterans lay wreaths and remember the sacrifices of the soldiers who died in 1971.
  • Marco Rubio Wins Last Minute Tax Reform Revision

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    Stock markets have been rallying for months in anticipation of sharply lower tax rates for corporations, wealthy financiers and business owners, all of which the bill would deliver. But Rubio is (reportedly) satisfied with the compromise. Republicans are expected to vote on this bill as soon as Tuesday. Unfortunately for Paul Ryan, such homeowners are the core constituency of Republican House members from New Jersey, New York, and California.
  • Russian Federation not helping on North Korea

    Russian Federation not helping on North Korea

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    In July 2015, British music publicist Rob Goldstone suggested in an email that his client, a Russian pop star, would be able to set up a meeting between then-candidate Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin , The Washington Post reports .
  • Turkey takes steps for United Nations to reject U.S. move on Jerusalem

    Turkey takes steps for United Nations to reject U.S. move on Jerusalem

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    Much of the global community maintains that the only way to forge peace is to have two states - Israel and Palestine - with Jerusalem as the capital of both and with borders based on the armistice lines from before the Six Day War. Salam also called Trump "wretched" and said he had stabbed Palestinians in the back. He was taken away by Palestinian medics and later died of his wounds, the health ministry said.
  • Most Americans say 'Merry Christmas' and prefer Rudolph over Charlie Brown

    Most Americans say 'Merry Christmas' and prefer Rudolph over Charlie Brown

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    Fourteen percent say they are bothered some by this change. President TrumpDonald John TrumpHouse Democrat slams Donald Trump Jr. for "serious case of amnesia" after testimony Skier Lindsey Vonn: I don't want to represent Trump at Olympics Poll: 4 in 10 Republicans think senior Trump advisers had improper dealings with Russia MORE has decried what conservatives call the " war on Christmas ", saying that political correctness has ruined holiday celebrations.
  • Winter session: both the houses adjourned till 18th December

    Winter session: both the houses adjourned till 18th December

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    The session, which is set to commence more than a month after its schedule, will end on January 5, 2018. I believe through discussion and debate all those issues should be taken into consideration. The Congress leader however continued to speak. "Democracy will surely strengthen", PM Modi had said while addressing the media inside Parliament's premises.
  • Austria shifts to the right as new coalition deal is struck

    Austria shifts to the right as new coalition deal is struck

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    The agreement between the People's Party and the Freedom Party, which is returning to government after more than a decade's absence, was struck on Friday, the two parties' leaders, Sebastian Kurz and Heinz-Christian Strache, announced in a joint news conference.