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Winter storm forces airline cancellations, road troubles

Some Midwesterns didn't let it keep the indoors. Running in snow is "like running in sand, so you go a lot slower and it's a lot more work", she said. and NY. In Detroit, many motorists were moving well below posted speed limits along freeways due to slushy conditions. The snowfall is part of a wall of hazardous weather trekking from the Dakotas, across the Great Lakes states and into New England. Read More »

Pence makes surprise visit at March for Life rally

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The year's theme - "Unique from Day One" - couched the usual movement rhetoric in scientific language, stating on its website that " our uniqueness as individuals " begins at fertilization and that " science is on the side of life ". He also added, "We know that every life has meaning and that every life is worth protecting". The Pences also played a videotaped message from President Trump in which he vowed to always defend the right to life. Read More »

Homes Evacuated In Derry Due To Suspected Car Bomb Explosion

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The PSNI has warned on its Foyle Facebook page that officers are concerned about a second vehicle on the street. It has issued an appeal to the public to stay away from the area. 'We are trying to move Derry forward and will not let anyone drag us back to the dark days of the past'. There has been no reports of casualties. Read More »

Half a million attend opposition rally to remove India's Modi

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Modi further said: "They are troubled as to why Modi is taking stringent action against corruption". He said it is natural for them to stitch an alliance as he has prevented them from looting public money, adding that opposition parties are in talks for mahagathbandhan because of his zero tolerance against corruption. Read More »

Rudy Giuliani: 'I never said there was no collusion' by Trump campaign

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As an afterthought, you'd think that Giuliani's new tacit admission that Trump campaign members very well may have committed collusion would put an end to all the screams of " witch hunt ". Postpone SOTU, says Pelosi; no, says GOPA grand Washington ritual became a potential casualty of the partial government shutdown as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi asked President Donald Trump to postpone his January 29 State of the Union speech. Read More »

India has no role to play in Afghanistan: FO

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The shift in Washington's policy to try the way of diplomacy with the group marked a significant concession to Taliban, following Trump's previous decision to ramp up the war on the group in the wake of an ambulance bombing in the heart of Afghan capital Kabul that left over a 100 people dead. Read More »

On day Jayme escaped, suspect sought job _ with dodgy resume

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He then explained he didn't have "much experience but I show up to work and am a quick learner". On the application under work experience, Patterson listed his time in the Marines boot camp from April 2017 to December 2017. Suspect Jake Patterson , 21, is accused of gunning down Closs' parents in Barron, Wisconsin, on October 15 and fleeing with the 13-year-old to his rural Wisconsin home. Read More »

Top US Navy officer urges China to avoid confrontations

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John Richardson told reporters in Tokyo, Reuters reported. China will defend its claim to Taiwan "at any cost", should the United States try to intervene in the island's independence, a senior Chinese military official reportedly told a U.S. Read More »

Yellow Vest protests hit Paris for 10th week in a row

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The demonstrations were largely peaceful in contrast to the violent clashes seen in December. Protesters threw firecrackers, bottles and stones at the police who responded with water canon and tear gas to push them back. Protests this month have not witnessed the same level of trouble, although video of a former French boxing champion punching and kicking police in Paris shocked many. Read More »

Dozens of migrants feared dead after boat capsizes off Libya

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An Italian airforce plane dropped two rafts to the boat on Friday after seeing it sinking in rough waters, Navy Rear Admr Fabio Agostini told broadcaster RaiNews24. "After 10 to 11 hours at sea, the boat started sinking and people started drowning". However, people are still dying on the unsafe crossing. Some 4,216 migrants and refugees entered Europe by sea through the first 16 days of 2019, double the amount that did so over the same period a year ago, according to the IOM . Read More »

Bush treats Secret Service detail to pizza

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Secret Service agents, charged with protecting current and former presidents and their families, have remained on duty throughout the shutdown - but the stress of working without pay has hit many of them hard. The Republican-led House passed a stopgap funding bill on December 20 that included appropriations to construct a wall on the U.S. -Mexico border. Read More »

Burkina Faso cabinet resigns, according to TV statement

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Blais' mother and sister live in Sherbrooke, where Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his ministers have been holding a cabinet retreat. "This is a devastating and extremely painful time for them and they have Canada's full support", Freeland said. Read More »

Women's March returns to DC amid shutdown and controversy

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Many other politicians, celebrities and groups have distanced themselves from the Women's March amid the controversy . Women's March, a national nonprofit organization that evolved from the initial Washington march, is using its #WomensWave marches in Washington and elsewhere on Saturday to roll out a 10-part policy platform that includes raising the federal minimum wage and protecting reproductive rights. Read More »

Almost 400 arrested after digging holes to cross border into US

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Almost 250 migrants - mostly Central American migrants, including families and small children - were also detained by Border Patrol agents on Wednesday after surrendering at a Border Patrol outpost on the New Mexican border. Most of the families were sent to the central processing center in Yuma. Almost 400 migrants burrowed under a fence on the US-Mexico border earlier this week and crossed into the United States, four sources familiar with the matter told CNN . Read More »

Russian fighter jets collide over Sea of Japan; crews eject

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One of the pilots managed to eject and was rescued. A rescue operation was launched with the help of an An-12 aircraft and two Mi-8 helicopters. The fate of the second aircraft and its crew is still unknown. "The planes performed the flight without ammunition", the Russian Defence Ministry said in a statement. Four ships of the Russian Pacific fleet and a Tupolev Tu-142 maritime reconnaissance aircraft are involved. Read More »

Polish Mayor Dies after Being Stabbed Onstage

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There is no evidence so far, that his attack on the mayor was politically motivated. He is reportedly from Gdansk and was released from prison just last month. In its main evening news report, TVP said its staff was also being targeted by hate speech and threats. As mayor, he has been a progressive voice, supporting LGBT rights and tolerance for minorities. Read More »

Motorists may need Green card to cross the border

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You can already request a Green Card from your insurance provider free of charge, but the ABI has said drivers should apply for one at least a month before they travel. There is the possibility that motorists would be allowed to drive if they were to arrange third-party insurance bought in the country they are driving in, which is called "frontier insurance". Read More »

Syria attack kills 4 Americans, raising questions on pullout

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At the Pentagon, unofficial accounts of the number of deaths among American troops changed throughout the day as officials in Syria investigated the attack. The Pentagon Friday confirmed it had begun pulling out some equipment from Syria as part of the pull-out, but that some 2,000 US forces would remain in place until conditions on the ground allowed for them to leave. Read More »

Trump To Meet Kim Jong Un Again In Late February

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While a location has not been established yet, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has informed the White House press pool that Trump will meet his North Korean counterpart again in late February. "As a result, North Korea has neared the time when it could credibly do so", it says. "We have had very good steps in good faith from the North Koreans in releasing the hostages and other moves". Read More »

Facebook will toughen the rules for advertising in Ukraine

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The social media giant is now reviewing its policies for electoral advertising in a range of countries which are holding elections this year, including Nigeria , India and Indonesia, some of the world's largest democracies. Leathern said that the European Union will receive a version of transparency and authorisation and system, which will only allow individuals to purchase ads if they pass an identity check on government-issued documents, before the parliamentary elections of ... Read More »

Fort Campbell soldier among Americans killed in Syrian explosion

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Three of the four Americans who were killed in a suicide blast near a us -led coalition patrol in Syria were identified Friday. She was a sailor assigned to Cryptologic Warfare Activity 66, based at Fort George G. Video footage showed an explosion on a busy street and what appeared to be a US helicopter evacuating the injured. "We are deeply saddened by the loss of this patriot", DIA Director Lt. Read More »

Trump signs bill to compensate 800000 federal employees impacted by government shutdown

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If he blinks first and ends the shutdown and Robert Mueller's Russian Federation probe bombshell report lands the same day or next, nobody's going to be talking about the shutdown so might as well keep the shutdown story alive. Underscoring that, Sen. Mike Rounds, R-S.D., said Republicans were divided over a proposal by Sens. But any appropriation of funds to start building a wall would nearly certainly be challenged in court. Read More »

Theresa May tells Jeremy Corbyn his conditions for Brexit talks are 'impossible'

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The YouGov survey for the People's Vote campaign, conducted after Mrs May's Brexit plan went down to a humiliating 230-vote defeat in the House of Commons, put Remain on 56% against 44% for Leave. Jan Baykara, a 24-year-old organiser for Islington Young Labour, said: "The People's Vote is interesting but a detached form of politics". "So there are two ways to avoid no deal: either vote for a deal, in particular a withdrawal agreement, that has been agreed with the European Union, or to ... Read More »

'I never said there was no collusion': Giuliani rants against Mueller investigation

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The former New York City mayor tried to defend the president and impugn the credibility of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election . "Or between the people in the campaign ". "That's quite an admission by the president's own lawyer". Of course, as indictments continue to flurry down on those in Trump's presidential campaign , the line in the sand keeps getting pushed back further and further. Read More »

Newborn baby's body found in women's toilet bin

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Phoenix police said the baby was discovered inside the women's restroom just before 8.30pm. First responders arrived at the scene, but police said the newborn was beyond resuscitation. The company is working with authorities to "support their investigation". Lewis did not confirm if the mother was an Amazon employee, but he did say that the restroom was inside of a "secured" facility. Read More »

Facebook shuts hundreds of Russia-linked pages, accounts

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Facebook said that the pages violated its " coordinated inauthentic behavior " guidelines, which ban " multiple accounts working together " to " mislead people about the origin of content ", though in numerous cases it appears that there was no attempt by pages to hide that they were sharing Sputnik content. Read More »

Consultant Claims Cohen Kept Nearly $40,000 Owed for Rigging Polls

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Trump also reportedly directed Cohen to lie after the election about when negotiations over the real estate project ended in order to cover his involvement. According to the Wall Street Journal , Gauger felt that Cohen stiffed him for his work, only paying him approximately $12,000 instead of an agreed-upon $50,000. Read More »

Voting data points to massive fraud in DRC presidential election

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The mission was announced before the Constitutional Court was scheduled to rule on Friday on Fayulu's challenge. A man examines voting materials at Congo's Independent National Electoral Commission (CENI) tallying centre in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, January 1, 2019. Read More »

At Least 5 Killed, 10 Injured in Car Bombing in Colombia

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President Ivan Duque, who was visiting a western state, was rushing back to the capital to oversee police operations. Mayor Enrique Penalosa says at least five people were killed and 10 injured. But in the wake of the peace deal the Cuban-inspired insurgency has been gaining strength, especially along the eastern border with Venezuela , where it has carried out a number of kidnappings and bombings of oil pipelines. Read More »

Presidential Candidate Tulsi Gabbard Opposed Gay Marriage

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Gabbard's announcement comes ahead of what is expected to be a wave of high-profile Democratic candidates throwing their hats in the ring. "I look forward to being able to get into this and to talk about it in depth when we make our announcement", Gabbard said . Read More »