• Media figures label Trump racist after immigration remarks

    Media figures label Trump racist after immigration remarks

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    Trump is claimed to have questioned why the U.S. was would accept more immigrants from Haiti and "sh**hole" countries. " The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used ", Trump insisted in a series of Friday morning tweets .
  • China's December trade with North Korea falls 50 percent

    China's December trade with North Korea falls 50 percent

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    Washington and Pyongyang are in a standoff over North Korea's missile and nuclear programs, which could be used to target the United States and her allies. Amid the unprecedented escalation of the tensions on the Korean Peninsula since summer, Russian Federation and China proposed the so-called double freeze plan: with North Korea, on one hand, halting its nuclear and missile programs, while its neighbors, on the other hand, would refrain from holding joint drills with the United States in ...
  • Trump denies 's********' countries remark, as world rejects president

    Trump denies 's********' countries remark, as world rejects president

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    The director of the ADL's Center on Extremism, Oren Segal, told Newsweek that such Trump remarks are "the engine that fuels white supremacy" in America. Trump denied using certain "language" and tweeted the following: " The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used ", Trump insisted in a series of Friday morning tweets.
  • Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited (NYSE:TSM) - Stock's Liquidity Overview

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    The stock has a market capitalization of $208,080.00, a P/E ratio of 18.36, a P/E/G ratio of 1.18 and a beta of 0.74. The stock exchanged hands with 1,237,758 numbers of shares compared to its average daily volume of 1.03M shares. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited (TSM ) failed to surprise the stock market in its last reported earnings when it earned $0.57 a piece versus the consensus-estimated $0.57.
  • First Responders Search For Survivors After Deadly California Mudslides

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    Rebecca Riskin, the 61-year-old founder of a real estate firm, was also killed in Montecito, according to the company and local news media. The two developments reduced the number of missing from seven to five. Two of the victims were killed when their houses were swept away in the mudslides. Fleurat and his partner, Ralph "Lalo" Barajas, were at home Tuesday when the floor started shaking.
  • Chris Hogan (shoulder) removed from Patriots' injury report for Divisional Round

    Chris Hogan (shoulder) removed from Patriots' injury report for Divisional Round

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    Former Patriot Logan Ryan and All-Pro Kevin Byard will need to continue their excellent play in the back end to stop Brandin Cooks and Rob Gronkowski from having big nights against the Titans through the air. - Bill Belichick , on January 9, after having answered questions Monday about an ESPN The Magazine article that detailed friction between him, Robert Kraft and Tom Brady .
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    USA "could conceivably" reenter Paris Climate Agreement

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    He also said during the presidential election campaign that he wanted to help United States oil and coal industries.It was not clear from his comments on Wednesday whether he has embarked on any attempt to renegotiate America's terms. "The Paris Accord really would have taken away our competitive edge". "I feel very strongly about the environment... but we also want businesses that can compete".
  • Hawaii missile ballistic threat was false alarm, officials

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    Hawaiian officials, as well as the U.S. Pacific Command, followed suit but not until almost 40 minutes later. "It was a false alarm based on a human error ". Agency spokesman Richard Repoza confirmed it was a false alarm and the agency is trying to determine what happened. 'There is nothing more important to Hawai'i than professionalizing and fool-proofing this process'.
  • L'Onu contro Trump

    L'Onu contro Trump

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    Il seguente contenuto proviene da partner esterni. "Lo ha affermato il sindaco londinese Sadiq Khan, dopo l'annuncio dell" inquilino della Casa Bianca di aver cancellato il viaggio. Aggiungendo poi: "Perché dovremmo volere immigrazione da questi paesi?" Come vorrei anch'io che l'Italia avesse un governo che facesse la stessa cosa, invece di andare a mendicare a Parigi e Berlino qualche spicciolo per le varie fondazioni, magari di famiglia! Sì alla Norvegia Trump si sarebbe spinto anche ...
  • Trump asks allies to 'fix' Iran n

    Trump asks allies to 'fix' Iran n

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    President kept the Iranian nuclear deal in place Friday for another 120 days but warned it's the last time , as the USA seeks a tougher agreement against Tehran with European allies, and the administration slapped with fresh sanctions unrelated to the agreement.
  • Stokes, Gayle, Root among top foreign stars in IPL auction

    Stokes, Gayle, Root among top foreign stars in IPL auction

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    Some 1,122 players will be on the auction block for the eight teams to bid for. The list includes the likes of R Ashwin , KL Rahul , Gautam Gambhir , Harbhajan Singh , Ajinkya Rahane , Rashid Khan, Chris Lynn , Quinton de Kock, Brendon McCullum, Dwayne Bravo , Chris Gayle , Kieron Pollard etc.
  • Florida mother mistakenly murdered in love triangle gone awry, report says

    Florida mother mistakenly murdered in love triangle gone awry, report says

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    She chose to contract Alexis Ramos-Rivera and his sweetheart, Glorianmarie Quinones Montes, to slaughter the lady, yet they confused Zengotita-Torres for their objective and stole her. Lopez Ramos was tracked down through the stolen bank card and was caught while making a withdrawal with it, all while reportedly wearing the victim's clothes.
  • Country's youth should be job creators and innovators: PM Modi

    Country's youth should be job creators and innovators: PM Modi

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    Yudhvir Sethi, while terming the Swami Vivekananda as maker of modern India, said that in order to inspire youths of country towards philosophy of Swami Vivekananda, his birthday is commemorated as National Youth Day. The objective of organising the NYF is to provide a platform to bring the youth of the country together in an attempt to provide them with an opportunity to showcase their talents in various activities.
  • Trump Opens the Door to Medicaid Work Requirements

    Trump Opens the Door to Medicaid Work Requirements

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    President Donald Trump's administration is encouraging states to have work requirements for "able-bodied" Medicaid recipients for the first time in the 52 years the healthcare program has existed. For instance, most Medicaid enrollees who can work, do. Thursday's announcement wasn't a huge surprise. CMS said in the letter the new guidance allows states to experiment with the idea of work requirements (or related activities such as skills training, education, job search, ...
  • Bay Area Firefighters Return to Southern California to Aid in Mudslide Rescues

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    The department said the sediment would only consist of wet or dry dirt or mud without rocks, debris or vegetation, and inspectors would refuse any truckload containing unpermitted materials. The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office released the names of the dead, who were all Montecito residents. The number of missing persons has fluctuated since the disaster hit early Tuesday morning and had been as low as 16 on Wednesday evening.
  • Climate change: Trump says USA 'could conceivably' rejoin Paris deal

    Climate change: Trump says USA 'could conceivably' rejoin Paris deal

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    Prime Minister Erna Solberg noted that many Norwegians drive US -made Tesla electric cars and said her country saw "tremendous economic and business opportunities" as nations around the world fight climate change. Norway's strict regulations to reach its Paris targets of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 40% below 1990 by 2030 has spurred the use of "environmental friendly and climate friendly technologies".
  • Almost 2000 Palestinians clash with Israeli forces in Gaza, West Bank

    Almost 2000 Palestinians clash with Israeli forces in Gaza, West Bank

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    Forty-six Palestinians sustained light and moderate wounds by Israeli army gunfire on Friday during clashes in the West Bank and Gaza, the Palestinian health ministry said. The refugee question is a major obstacle to a two-state solution which aims to forge an independent State of Palestine alongside the State of Israel based on 1967 borders, and which would make East Jerusalem the capital of Palestine.
  • Arrest made in Orange County killing of 19-year-old Penn. student

    Arrest made in Orange County killing of 19-year-old Penn. student

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    Anyone with information on Bernstein's death is asked to contact the Orange County Sheriff's Department at 714-647-7000. According to a search warrant affidavit obtained by the Orange County Register , Woodward told sheriff's investigators he drove Bernstein to the park, where he got out and walked away.
  • African ambassadors to United Nations attack Trump's 'racist' remarks

    African ambassadors to United Nations attack Trump's 'racist' remarks

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    Clinton piled on, bringing up the anniversary of the devastating quake that struck Haiti in 2010 and using it as a club to hit at her former rival. Graham went onto say, "The American ideal is embraced by people all over the globe. Trump criticised immigration to his country from El Salvador, Haiti and the African continent, by calling the group "shithole countries" at a meeting with Congress members at the White House on Thursday, according to U.S.
  • Iran rebuffs Donald Trump's demand for more nuclear negotiation

    Iran rebuffs Donald Trump's demand for more nuclear negotiation

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    Trump warned that he would scrap the agreement limiting Iran's nuclear program - an accord he has long despised - unless European countries "join with the United States in fixing significant flaws in the deal". While Trump approved a sanctions waiver, the Treasury Department chose to impose new, targeted sanctions against 14 Iranian entities and individuals.
  • Trump partly denies, also defends vulgar immigrant comments

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    In his message, Mahama referred to speech made by Trump to African leaders at the United Nations in September wherein in which he had praised their nations - but also mistakenly referred to a nonexistent country called "Nambia". "We would not deign to make comments as derogatory as that about any country that has any kind of socio-economic or other difficulties", Duarte said , adding that much like their African counterparts, millions of USA citizens were affected by problems such as ...
  • Putin Says North Korean Leader Is 'Shrewd, Mature Politician'

    Putin Says North Korean Leader Is 'Shrewd, Mature Politician'

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    That announcement followed talks with South Korean negotiators - the first between the two countries in years. The bottom line is that hundreds of thousands of people will die within days of a USA attack on North Korea and millions more could perish in the war that will inevitably follow.
  • China's trade with North Korea tumbles over United Nations sanctions

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    Finance Canada deputy spokeswoman Jocelyn Sweet said the directive came after the Financial Action Task Force raised concerns about - and urged a harder line against - North Korean money laundering in November. All of my interlocutors made it clear that while North Korea does not want war, it will not hide from it either. U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will attend a meeting of worldwide foreign ministers in Canada next week to discuss diplomatic efforts on the Korean Peninsula, the ...
  • Book author defends raising questions about Trump's mental fitness

    Book author defends raising questions about Trump's mental fitness

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    Wolff reported in his book that former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes approached Bannon in April about teaming up to launch a new conservative television network that would feature the just-fired Bill O'Reilly. Despite his denials, it was Mr Trump who more or less agreed to allow Wolff - whose reputation for slashing his subjects Mr Trump presumably would have known from his years in New York City - to interview the White House staff for a book.
  • October: Vegas Shooter's Girlfriend Said She Handled Ammo

    October: Vegas Shooter's Girlfriend Said She Handled Ammo

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    The judge did so in response to a lawsuit filed by CNN and other media organizations. An agent wrote in the search warrants that "if there were any information related to a potential conspiracy, it would be found within" the locked phone, which operated on the Google platform, meaning that it nearly certainly was not an iPhone.
  • Chelsea Manning files for Senate run in Maryland

    Chelsea Manning files for Senate run in Maryland

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    Senate representing Maryland. The election document lists Manning's address as that of a luxury apartment tower in North Bethesda. She is running as a Democrat. At the time she said she wanted to expose what she considered to be the US military's disregard for how the Iraq War was affecting civilians. In July, she dissented Trump's choice to forbid transgender individuals from the military at a rally at the White House.
  • Court rules in favor of Trump over fate of consumer…

    Court rules in favor of Trump over fate of consumer…

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    English's argument hinges upon the notion that the CFPB was meant to be an independent agency, and cites the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act, which created the agency. Gupta did not say if the ruling would be appealed and did not respond to a request for additional comment. "English has not met the exacting standard", the judge writes.
  • Search Continues for Missing After Mudslides in California

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    Theirs is just one story of those who perished and those who managed with inexplicable good fortune to survive the slides in the wealthy enclave of Montecito that killed at least 17 people. "You don't know the power of a mudslide", Degeneres said. "First we got burned out at our ranch that caught on fire and now we're flooding, so the last month has been pretty bad", said Charles Stoops, as he stood in front of his house, which was surrounded in mud 3 feet deep, or almost a meter.
  • Iran rejects Trump's call for changes to nuclear deal

    Iran rejects Trump's call for changes to nuclear deal

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    Trump, who made his opposition to the 2015 agreement a cornerstone of his presidential election campaign, said he would use the next four months "to secure our European allies' agreement to fix [its] awful flaws". "We are targeting the Iranian regime, including the head of Iran's judiciary, for its appalling mistreatment of its citizens, including those imprisoned exclusively for exercising their right to freedom of peaceful assembly, and for censoring its own people as they stand up in ...
  • Studies say Florida Monkeys are deadly, which kill you

    Studies say Florida Monkeys are deadly, which kill you

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    Herpes B in humans in rare: only 50 cases have been registered worldwide and transmissions of the virus have never knowingly happened in the wild. Be that as it may, the specialists, who distributed their discoveries in the CDC diary Emerging Infectious Diseases , say the issue has not been completely considered.
  • Madame Tussauds moves wax Trump to London embassy after he cancels visit

    Madame Tussauds moves wax Trump to London embassy after he cancels visit

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    The study said that in a no-deal scenario, the industry that fares the worst will be financial and professional services, with as many as 119,000 fewer jobs nationwide. "Security concerns after September 11 meant we had to move to a location that could better protect American citizens and our British neighbors", he wrote in an article for London's Evening Standard newspaper.
  • Mir Abdul Qudoos Bizenjo elected as CM Balochistan

    Mir Abdul Qudoos Bizenjo elected as CM Balochistan

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    Speaking to reporters, Bizenjo said that he will come up to the expectations of the parties who have expressed their confidence in him. Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party's (PkMAP) Agha Syed Liaqat Ali was the only contestant against Bizenjo after Abdul Rahim Khan Ziaratwal, also of PkMAP, stepped down in his favour.
  • Iran sanctions: Tehran vows retaliation over Trump move

    Iran sanctions: Tehran vows retaliation over Trump move

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    In announcing that he was again waiving the application of certain nuclear sanctions, Trump said this action was being taken "only in order to secure our European allies' agreement to fix the awful flaws of the Iran nuclear deal". "Today, I am waiving the application of certain nuclear sanctions, but only in order to secure our European allies' agreement to fix the awful flaws of the Iran nuclear deal", the president said Friday in a statement .
  • Man kills mother after video game tantrum

    Man kills mother after video game tantrum

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    Lydia Nicholson was 68 years old at the time, survived by his father and her husband; 81 year old Loren Nicholson. Officers found the vehicle there, conducted a high-risk traffic stop and took Nicholson into custody. Around 9:50 p.m. Thursday, authorities responded to a home on River Valley Circle in Ceres for reports of a victim suffering from a gunshot wound to the head.