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Mueller evidence used in disinformation campaign

Mueller evidence used in disinformation campaign

Prosecutors say self-described "hackers" published documents shared with the defense - and that the government consequently should be permitted to hold back information that might otherwise get reveal...

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez responds to possible primary challengers: They’re ‘getting totally fleeced’

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez responds to possible primary challengers: They’re ‘getting totally fleeced’

According to a report by the Hill , some House Democrats are looking to produce a primary challenger to take on the first-term NY lawmaker. "You've got numerous council people and state legislators...

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Stacey Abrams to deliver Democratic response to Trump's State of the Union

Stacey Abrams to deliver Democratic response to Trump's State of the Union

A reliable source tells me that Chuck Schumer called STACEY ABRAMS three weeks ago to ask her to deliver the Democratic response to the State of the Union. "Stacey Abrams is a present and future leade...

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Theresa May seeks changes to Brexit deal

Theresa May seeks changes to Brexit deal

European Council president Donald Tusk ruled out any renegotiation on Tuesday night while Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney said that Brexit negotiators had spent two years loo...

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Snow updates as weather to be 'more disruptive' tomorrow

Snow updates as weather to be 'more disruptive' tomorrow

The warning for Scotland, Northern Ireland and most of the United Kingdom runs until 11am on Wednesday, while the south-east, London and East Anglia are covered until 12pm. 'It does have the potential...

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Labour MPs Lammy and Phillipson side with Lib Dems on people's vote

Labour MPs Lammy and Phillipson side with Lib Dems on people's vote

Two Labour MPs campaigning for a second European Union referendum have said they have no choice but to work with the Liberal Democrats and other politicians openly critical of Jeremy Corbyn's...

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Snow warning as temperatures to remain low this week

Snow warning as temperatures to remain low this week

The Met Office said, "Showers will turn increasingly to snow on higher ground then to lower levels later in the night and on Tuesday morning". Over the coming days, Met Eireann says temperatures cou...

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Young mother, hauling child and stroller down subway steps, dies

Young mother, hauling child and stroller down subway steps, dies

After graduating in 2015, her mother said, Goodson had big dreams. Police responded to a 911 call just before 8 p.m. Monday about an unconscious woman inside the 7 Avenue B/D/E Station in Manhattan....

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Classes canceled again Tuesday for Milwaukee Public Schools

Classes canceled again Tuesday for Milwaukee Public Schools

He said the district is planning on having classes this week because there are now no wind chill warnings for any part of the school district. The Harrison County School District posted a statement ...

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Boy calls 911 for homework help, dispatcher comes to his aid

Boy calls 911 for homework help, dispatcher comes to his aid

BUNDY: Oh, what subject do you have homework in? The Lafayette Police Department in IN posted the audio from a 911 call to Twitter on Friday. While the Lafayette Police Department doesn't r...

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On 'The View' Howard Schultz Dismisses Importance Of Abortion Beliefs

On 'The View' Howard Schultz Dismisses Importance Of Abortion Beliefs

Apparently, the president is on the same page. "I am seriously thinking of running for president". "Go back to Davos with the rest of the billionaire elite who think they know how to run the world...

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Gardener who buried victims in plants pleads guilty to murder

Gardener who buried victims in plants pleads guilty to murder

Their remains were later found on, and near, a property where he worked as a landscaper. February 23, 2018 - Police lay a sixth charge of first-degree murder against McArthur, identify Navaratnam ...

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UAE's gender equality awards won entirely by men

UAE's gender equality awards won entirely by men

The United Arab Emirates is coming in for criticism for their recent gender equality awards , as every victor was a man. The sheikh insisted women were "central to shaping the future of the count...

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SC hears review petition against Asia Bibi acquittal

SC hears review petition against Asia Bibi acquittal

The daughters of the 51-year-old Catholic farmhand last month flew to Canada with their guardian, and diplomatic sources told "The Daily Telegraph" that the country is a leading contender to take he...

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Weather: Met Office issues snow warning

Weather: Met Office issues snow warning

Forecasters said: "A band of rain pushing east across parts of England is likely to turn to snow during Tuesday evening, with snow continuing into Wednesday". The Met Office's Burnham-On-Sea weather ...

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Houston police officers shot, department says

Houston police officers shot, department says

The senseless shooting of five of Houston's finest and bravest early this evening is a tragedy and another reminder of the dangers faced by law enforcement officers who risk their lives to keep thei...

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Forecast: Snow, wintry mix to bring unsafe driving conditions Tuesday

Forecast: Snow, wintry mix to bring unsafe driving conditions Tuesday

Temperatures across Canada are now more than 30° below Monday morning and it is set to break south resulting in the coldest arctic outbreak in at least two decades in parts of the Midwest . The col...

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Trump AG pick says he's discussed Mueller probe with Pence

Trump AG pick says he's discussed Mueller probe with Pence

In his remarks to reporters Monday, Whitaker added, "Fundamentally, the Mueller investigation has a very defined scope". Mueller's investigation most recently ensnared a long-time confidant of Pre...

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Brexit deadlock not game of chicken, says Simon Coveney

Brexit deadlock not game of chicken, says Simon Coveney

But the dramatic move was far from guaranteed to deliver a majority for the plan, after it failed to win the support of the influential European Research Group of Conservative eurosceptics. In a joint...

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Woman Freed After Being Stuck In Elevator For 3 Days

Woman Freed After Being Stuck In Elevator For 3 Days

The middle-aged woman, who did not have a phone with her, was at the home alone on Friday and all weekend, according to authorities. Firefighters freed the woman after forcing entry into the elevator....

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Tesco insists Irish staff unaffected as supermarket slashes jobs across United Kingdom business

Tesco insists Irish staff unaffected as supermarket slashes jobs across United Kingdom business

Jason Tarry, CEO of Tesco UK & Ireland, said in a statement: " In our four years of turnaround we've made good progress, but the market is challenging and we need to continually adapt to remain compet...

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Government shutdown cost economy about $3 billion, new report projects

Government shutdown cost economy about $3 billion, new report projects

The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimates that the longest-running government shutdown in USA history came at a price: costing the economy $11 billion with $3 billion that will never be ...

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Thief steals painting in Russian Federation right off the museum wall

Confused onlookers watched as a young man removed the painting from the gallery wall, only realizing later that they had witnessed a brazen theft, Russian television network RT reported. The theft ref...

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Australia Day: Hundreds gather in Forrest Chase for Invasion Day protest

Australia Day: Hundreds gather in Forrest Chase for Invasion Day protest

In Sydney , there is the traditional Yabun event, the largest one-day gathering of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures in Australia , featuring live music, kids' activities and a corrobor...

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Taliban talks offer glimmer of hope on path to Afghan peace

Taliban talks offer glimmer of hope on path to Afghan peace

The Taliban, however, have not responded to Khalilzad's call. Khalilzad - who headed to Qatar after talks in Afghanistan and its key neighbors - said he was returning to Kabul to discuss the n...

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Man clings to hood at 70 miles per hour in latest road rage incident

Man clings to hood at 70 miles per hour in latest road rage incident

At that point Fitzgerald allegedly began driving toward Kamrowski, forcing Kamrowski to jump onto the hood and hang on for dear life as Fitzgerald hist speeds of 70 miles per hour. The driver was even...

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Deal Could End America's Long War in Afghanistan

Deal Could End America's Long War in Afghanistan

The unnamed official said the Taliban representatives had requested a break in the negotiations to speak with the group's leadership about the USA demand for talks and a ceasefire between the militant...

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Duke University professor warns students of 'consequences' for speaking Chinese

Duke University professor warns students of 'consequences' for speaking Chinese

Megan Neely , a professor and administrator in the biostatistics master's program, wrote an email Friday urging students to "commit to using English" in the building housing the program and profession...

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Bomb blasts at cathedral in southern Philippines kill at least 20

Bomb blasts at cathedral in southern Philippines kill at least 20

Shortly later, an improvised explosive device placed inside the utility box of a motorcycle went off in the cathedral's parking lot. The second blast occurred as soldiers rushed to help victims, Armed...

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Kamala Harris: 'Foreign powers infecting the White House like malware'

Kamala Harris: 'Foreign powers infecting the White House like malware'

She continued: "And I will tell you, I'm running for president because I love my country". In the week since announcing her intention to run, Harris has faced intense scrutiny from the left. Harris'...

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