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The New York Post reports that Harley Barber , 19, was kicked out of the institution and her sorority Alpha Phi for numerous social media posts of her saying the slur. Therefore, I believe I speak on behalf of my brothers and myself, when I say, the Bama football team does not need the support, cheers or high fives of anyone who condones this type of intolerant, hateful behavior.
  • Gunmen kill two female polio workers in Quetta

    Gunmen kill two female polio workers in Quetta

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    It is the third attack carried out in the first eighteen days of New Year. The attackers riding a motorcycle opened fire on them and sped away, police said. The blast took place near a police truck parked close to GPO Chowk on Quetta's Zarghoon Road, located in the city's high-security Red Zone, around 300 metres from the provincial assembly building.
  • J&K: BSF jawan martyred in Pakistan shelling at RS Pura

    J&K: BSF jawan martyred in Pakistan shelling at RS Pura

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    He said that the soldier was killed in last night " unprovoked " fire from across the worldwide Border in R S Pura. Border Security Force (BSF ) on Thursday killed 2 Pakistan rangers in retaliatory action after a BSF Head Constable was martyred and a civilian lost her life in unprovoked Ceasefire Violation from Pakistan yesterday.
  • Divers Discover World's Largest Flooded Cave

    Divers Discover World's Largest Flooded Cave

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    The cave is connected by two of the world's largest flooded caverns - Sac Actun and Dos Ojos in Tulum, Quintana Roo - and is now longer than the previous underwater cave, Ox Bel Ha in the same region, which measures 167.9 miles. Some cenotes acquired particular religious significance to the Maya, whose descendants continue to inhabit the region. Maya civilization is known for its hieroglyphic script (also known as Mayan glyphs or Mayan script) - the only known fully developed writing ...
  • GST Council meet ends, Return Filing process to be simplified

    GST Council meet ends, Return Filing process to be simplified

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    Vishal Raheja, DGM, Taxmann, said it was highly expected that GST Council would decide the fate of petroleum products under GST to remove cascading effect but unfortunately no decision has been taken yet. A few more items may be added to the list. Emphasising that the spirit of cooperative federalism would be encouraged and maintained, Jaitley said the memorandum jointly submitted by states and union territories would be given due weightage.
  • Thousands on Peru streets over 'backroom' pardon for ex-leader Alberto Fujimori

    Thousands on Peru streets over 'backroom' pardon for ex-leader Alberto Fujimori

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    He is revered by some who admire him for beating down a guerrilla movement but derided by those who point to his conviction and 25-year sentence for human rights abuses and corruption. He has been imprisoned at a police facility near Lima for the last 10 years. "Fujimori, murderer and thief". Even from prison, Mr. Fujimori has exerted influence on politics, and his supporters, so-called Fujimoristas, dominate the legislature.
  • Flawless cognitive scores - so what's Donald Trump's excuse?

    Flawless cognitive scores - so what's Donald Trump's excuse?

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    Trump's blood pressure was 122 over 74, and his total cholesterol was 223, which is higher than recommended. A weekly recap of the top political stories from The Globe, sent right to your email. A BMI of 30 and over is considered obese. Dr. Ronny Jackson, who also worked with the previous administration, says he speaks to the president daily and didn't feel he even needed the test.
  • Congress Inches Closer To Gov't Shutdown

    Congress Inches Closer To Gov't Shutdown

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    The group's leader, Representative Mark Meadows, said on Wednesday evening that while his members disliked the deal, the chances for a shutdown "are very unlikely because no one wants one". It was also unclear whether Republicans would have the votes in the House to pass a short-term fix, since members of the conservative House Freedom Caucus would prefer additional defense funding.
  • Halma plc 27.8% Potential Decrease Indicated by Liberum Capital

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    Credit Suisse has "Neutral" rating and GBX 1650 target. As per Wednesday, January 11, the company rating was maintained by Canaccord Genuity. The firm earned "Sector Perform" rating on Friday, February 26 by RBC Capital Markets. The firm manufactures homes, neighbourhoods, communities, luxury homes, and affordable housing for families, first time buyers, students, and senior people in London and the south of England markets.
  • Hannibal School District anxious about possible budget cuts

    Hannibal School District anxious about possible budget cuts

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    Charles City County's school board has announced make-up dates for recent closures of school facilities. By signing the principles, school board members publicly vow to uphold effective governance principles and pledged to improve public education in their community.
  • Sacramento feminists conflicted about Aziz Ansari accusations

    Sacramento feminists conflicted about Aziz Ansari accusations

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    So she texted Ansari, explaining to him that she felt awful about the date. As a 28-year-old woman , there's a word I hear too often among my friends the morning after they've gone out with a man. Meaning, if I ask someone, "Can I kiss you?" and they say nothing, like Grace claims she did in her encounter with Ansari, that is not consent. It's a distinction that, actually , all ladies confront: Just in light of the fact that a man demonstrations one path out in the open, doesn't ...
  • Congressional Republicans pass sweeping tax bill

    Congressional Republicans pass sweeping tax bill

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    Heitkamp explained in a statement that she voted against the tax bill because, among other complaints, "middle income families lose out in the long-term because the relatively modest tax cuts they initially receive will expire after 2025".
  • China planning to send robot sub down to sunken oil tanker

    China planning to send robot sub down to sunken oil tanker

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    Clean-up teams were continuing to monitor the wreck area to assess the distribution and drift of the oil spill and the ecological impact. Condensate oil, the ultra-light crude oil carried on the ship, differs from the thick black oil slicks usually associated with a spill.
  • Khawaja Asif hits back at Imran Khan over anti-parliament comments

    Khawaja Asif hits back at Imran Khan over anti-parliament comments

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    Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf ( PTI ) chairman Imran has started his news conference in which he is expected to make "explosive revelations". In his statement in the House, Baligh-ur-Rehman condemned Imran Khan's remarks, and said that it was attempted to lessen the sanctity of Parliament as both Imran Khan and Sheikh Rasheed are also members of it.
  • Hold the phone - Betty White is 96 today?

    Hold the phone - Betty White is 96 today?

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    Mind you, after such an illustrious career in front of the camera, how could you not love Betty White? White finally got her first big break in 1939 when she and a classmate sang songs on an experimental L.A. After the show's finale, White landed her own sitcom, but it was canceled after just one season. White has been a talk show staple for so many decades that it isn't insane to think she reminds us of a mother or grandmother.
  • Aced it: Doc says Trump got flawless score on cognitive test

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    The Navy doctor exhausted reporters' questions during an unusually lengthy hour-long session, at Trump's request, and said he did not withhold any information in the interests of privacy. Jackson said he "found no reason whatsoever to think the President has any issues whatsoever with his thought processes". During the presidential campaign, Trump's long-time personal physician, Harold Bornstein, had declared that Trump would be "the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency".
  • Trump no longer following Saudi-UAE script on Qatar, says former envoy

    Trump no longer following Saudi-UAE script on Qatar, says former envoy

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    Abu Dhabi is also looking at re-routing flights to Bahrain to avoid Qatari airspace, as a feud between Qatar and its Gulf neighbours escalates. According to flight tracking websites Flight Radar 24 and Flight Aware, the flight, Emirates 837, landed in Bahrain Monday morning around an hour after its scheduled arrival time.
  • US Says Airstrike Killed 13 in South Somalia

    US Says Airstrike Killed 13 in South Somalia

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    The command said the US has been supporting operations against the Islamist militant group as part of its global fight against terrorism. As members of the global community gathered in Mogadishu, they focused on a review of the Somalia Security Pact.
  • Committee votes down cold beer sales bill

    Committee votes down cold beer sales bill

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    The bills, both now passing from their Senate or House committees, would allow sales from noon to 8 p.m. on Sundays. Ricker's Convenience Stores owner Jay Ricker says he's glad the bill at least got a hearing - it's the first time cold beer has ever gotten even that far in the Senate.
  • Donald Trump says he's not racist

    Donald Trump says he's not racist

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    Trump wasn't apologetic and denied he was racist, instead blaming the media for distorting his meaning, said the confidant, who wasn't authorized to disclose a private conversation and spoke on condition of anonymity. People briefed on the conversation say that during the meeting the president also questioned the need to admit more Haitians to the U.S. Lindsey Graham of SC were mistaken in indicating that was the case.
  • Durbin asserts Trump said 'shithole countries,' disputing Republicans' account

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    Many Democrats might withhold their support unless immigration policy is addressed. "Deals can't get made when there is no trust!" Today, let's talk about "shithole countries." The immigration debate is taking place against a backdrop of controversy after Trump reportedly called Haiti, El Salvador and African nations "shithole countries " during an Oval Office meeting with senators.
  • SR Schill & Associates Acquires 3943 Shares of Intel Co

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    Frank's global N.V. (NYSE:FI) was less active in the last trading session as around 0.89 million shares exchanged hands on Wall Street, representing a decrease from its normal capacity of 1.07 million shares. 132 funds opened positions while 462 raised stakes. Sigma Invest Counselors holds 10,893 shares or 0.06% of its portfolio. Salient Lta holds 0.38% of its portfolio in AbbVie Inc.
  • Cape Town's Day Zero 'now very likely', Level 6B water restrictions incoming

    Cape Town's Day Zero 'now very likely', Level 6B water restrictions incoming

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    Cape Town - The ANC was quick to remind the DA's Western Cape leader Bonginkosi Madikizela that a probe by the legislature into his conduct is yet to be completed, after he sharply criticised mayor Patricia de Lille . The new 50-litre limit will be backed up by a city-wide consumption target of 450 million litres a day. We are now going to have to make deep cuts to important projects.
  • United Kingdom should rejoin EU after Brexit: EU Commission chief

    United Kingdom should rejoin EU after Brexit: EU Commission chief

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    It may feel like we've gone too far to turn back, but the European Commission president has said he would be "happy" for us to rejoin the EU after Brexit . Calls for a second referendum on the country's imminent departure from the European Union have grown and even Nigel Farage, the leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) and primary standard-bearer for Brexit, said that a new vote would be useful.
  • Liverpool to send Marko Grujic on loan to Championship club?

    Liverpool to send Marko Grujic on loan to Championship club?

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    Grujic is now well down the pecking order in Jurgen Klopp's first-team plans at Anfield and the manager is willing to loan him away so that he can get regular playing time under his belt. Grujic, who has been handed the number 24 jersey by Bluebirds boss Neil Warnock, is in line to make his debut on Saturday night as Warnock returns to Sheffield to face Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough.
  • United Kingdom government blames North Korea for WannaCry cyber attack

    United Kingdom government blames North Korea for WannaCry cyber attack

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    U.S. President Donald Trump vowed to push ahead with "toughest-ever sanctions" for "maximum pressure" on North Korea for the ultimate goal of achieving "complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula" while announcing the first national security strategy of his administration.
  • Tillerson Outlines New US Strategy on Syria, No Future with Assad

    Tillerson Outlines New US Strategy on Syria, No Future with Assad

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    Secretary of State Rex Tillerson , in a speech at Stanford University in California, made clear the US would work diplomatically toward Assad's exit from power but called for "patience" - an acknowledgment that Assad has been bolstered by Russian Federation and Iran and is unlikely to leave power in the near future.
  • Chinese build large military infrastructure in Doklam

    Chinese build large military infrastructure in Doklam

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    He added that in a democratic country, people won't like it but it is important to take a call on whether we want safe and secure environment. "The threat of nuclear and chemical weapons falling in the hands of terrorists can be disaster for humanity", he said.
  • Security Council Approves New Sanctions Against North Korea

    Security Council Approves New Sanctions Against North Korea

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    The US-drafted resolution, which passed by a vote of 15 to zero, would also cap crude oil supplies to North Korea at 4 million barrels a year. The United States had initially sought to expel within a year tens of thousands of North Koreans , most of whom are working in Russian Federation and China, but that deadline was extended to two years after Russian Federation objected.
  • Police search Californian house of horrors

    Police search Californian house of horrors

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    Robinette lives in Cleveland, Tennessee, and noted that they couldn't do anything to help their nieces and nephews from "across the U.S". Outwardly, the neatly tended house with its brown stucco and tile roof on Perris' Muir Woods Road, was identical to all the others in the Monument Park Development-another quiet, outpost of tranquil middle-class respectability.
  • Trump to Xi: US trade deficit with China 'not sustainable'

    Trump to Xi: US trade deficit with China 'not sustainable'

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    Lost on the organization's founders may be the fact that China's economy is the largest, closed economy in the world compared to the United States, which is the most open. "Trump likes to talk about tariffs so that may be part of the package too". Trump said he wants to avoid it but could not guarantee none would occur.
  • #MAGA - Singer Files Sexual Assault Complaint Against Former Trump Campaign Manager!

    #MAGA - Singer Files Sexual Assault Complaint Against Former Trump Campaign Manager!

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    According to Villa , a Trump superfan, she and Lewandowski were at a holiday party in late November at the Trump hotel in D.C. when she went over and asked for a photo with him. "It was the most ridiculous thing I have ever experienced", Villa added. Villa said she had been enjoying herself at the party. When she confronted Lewandowski and told him that she could accuse him of sexual harassment, Lewandowski laughed it off.
  • Cory Booker slammed for 'mansplaining,' insulting DHS Secretary Nielsen

    Cory Booker slammed for 'mansplaining,' insulting DHS Secretary Nielsen

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    Cory Booker (D-New Jersey). "You don't remember? You can't remember the words of your commander in chief?" That language festers when ignorance and bigotry is aligned with power - it's a unsafe force in our country. President Donald Trump issued an executive order denying federal grants to sanctuary cities that refuse to cooperate with federal laws. Just as Nielsen "imagines" Norwegians are white, I imagine that she, in her denial of the obvious and defense of the indefensible, is ...
  • Glenn Frey's Wife Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit

    Glenn Frey's Wife Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit

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    Cindy Frey has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan over the January 18, 2016 passing of her late husband, Eagles co-founder Glenn Frey . It's also not clear what kind of damages Mrs. Frey is seeking. Invision / APDon Henley and Glenn Frey of The EaglesThe Forum, Inglewood, Calif.
  • Wenger called Mike Dean

    Wenger called Mike Dean "a disgrace"

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    The referee said Wenger accused the official of "not being honest". "I replied: 'So you're calling me a cheat.' He replied: 'I maintain what I say, you're not honest.' He then said: 'You've done this to us many times before". "The Regulatory Commission considered all of the evidence presented and ruled there to be a number of critical points", it said. The Football Association (FA) has published its written reasons for Wenger's suspension, which followed events in the aftermath of the ...
  • Trump casts doubts on talks with North Korea

    Trump casts doubts on talks with North Korea

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    For his part, Trump has vacillated between praising and criticizing China, which he has cast as critical to reining in North Korea's nuclear ambitions. Agreeing with the US intelligence community, he said he does not believe North Korea's Kim would carry out a first strike against the USA or its allies "unprovoked".
  • Watch terrifying video of speedboat crashing into fishing boat in Oregon

    Watch terrifying video of speedboat crashing into fishing boat in Oregon

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    The incident took place on August 12, 2017 near the mouth of the Columbia River and the Pacific Ocean, and the lawsuit was filed earlier this month by Bryan Maess against Marlin Lee Larsen, 75. In it, he claims he suffered vision problems and is still wearing a knee brace six months later. Larsen also said a lawsuit seemed unnecessary because the people in the Weldcraft weren't hurt badly.