• Man nobody has ever heard of is the new leader of Ukip

    Man nobody has ever heard of is the new leader of Ukip

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    Anti-Islam campaigner Anne Marie Waters is the bookmakers' favourite with London Assembly member Peter Whittle also thought to be among front runners. Mr Whittle, who had been touted as a likely victor, came a surprise fifth with 1,413 - an 11% share of the vote - while Ms Waters came second with 2,755 votes, a 21% vote share.
  • British climber killed after rock fall at Yosemite National Park

    British climber killed after rock fall at Yosemite National Park

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    One person was reported dead and another injured as a result, according to a park ranger. At least 30 climbers were on the vertical wall of the 2 307m El Capitan when the huge rock hunk fell on Wednesday afternoon. Mountaineers from around the world travel to the park in the Sierra Nevada to scale El Capitan's sheer face. A search was launched for climbers who may have been caught in the rockslide.
  • Equifax CEO Resigns After Huge Data Breach

    Equifax CEO Resigns After Huge Data Breach

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    The company said it has initiated a search for a new permanent chief executive. Smith has been with the company since 2005. Warren said she still expects Smith to appear before congressional hearings on the incident. At the time, the company also acknowledged that it had waited more than a month to alert people to the breach, a delay that potentially gave hackers access to USA consumers' names, Social Security numbers, addresses, birthdates - and, for some people, their credit card ...
  • Purported Baghdadi Tape Urges ISIS to Fight On

    Purported Baghdadi Tape Urges ISIS to Fight On

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    But Baghdadi makes reference to North Korean threats against Japan and United States. His last recording was in November 2016, two weeks after the start of the battle to recapture the city of Mosul from Islamic State (IS). Baghdadi also referenced Western media, saying: "Oh soldiers of Islam in every location, increase blow after blow, and make the media centers of the infidels, and where they wage their intellectual wars, among your targets".
  • Iran Fake Missile Launched Trump Tweet

    Iran Fake Missile Launched Trump Tweet

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    There was no Iranian ballistic missile launch, three US officials said Tuesday. Iran's state run broadcaster posted a video that said, "Iran successfully test-fires new ballistic missile". "Not much of an agreement we have!" he wrote. The television station claimed that it test-launched the missile just a few hours after displaying the projectile in a military parade in Iran's capital, Tehran.
  • Darden Restaurants Slips on Earnings Miss

    Darden Restaurants Slips on Earnings Miss

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    Several institutional investors have recently bought and sold shares of DRI . Van ECK Associates Corp now owns 1,625 shares of the restaurant operator's stock valued at $136,000 after buying an additional 71 shares during the last quarter.
  • Almost 400 cats, dogs rescued from Virgin Islands

    Almost 400 cats, dogs rescued from Virgin Islands

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    Virgin Islands, where she grew up. Nevertheless, it was hurricane Maria that made Gear to firm her mind up to act swiftly and rescue just as many dogs all in one go, by cutting down on multiple trips. They padded the doors and prepared for the first hit from the storm. Authorities gathered evidence on the owners to file charges. Most of the animals did live in shelters on the islands.
  • Hurricane Maria: Path keeps large storm off the East Coast

    Hurricane Maria: Path keeps large storm off the East Coast

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    Tropical storm warnings are in effect for the Outer Banks with the potential of 50 miles per hour winds and a 2-4 foot storm surge. A storm surge watch was also in effect for Cape Lookout to Duck. Forecasters now expect Maria to double back across the Atlantic and hit Scotland early next week, bringing winds of up to 95mph. According to the long range forecast, Maria is expected to continue north Tuesday , with a turn to the northeast forecast for Wednesday afternoon.
  • Mattis meets PM Modi: Peace, stability and terrorism discussed

    Mattis meets PM Modi: Peace, stability and terrorism discussed

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    As the world's largest democracies, we also share fundamental values and interests. And the two nations are looking to evolve a robust counter terror partnership by cooperating on areas as wide ranging as providing border technologies, enhancing intelligence exchanges as well as greater technical support by the U.S.to Indian law enforcement agencies.
  • Firefighters battle 2000-acre Canyon Fire near Anaheim-Corona border

    Firefighters battle 2000-acre Canyon Fire near Anaheim-Corona border

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    At least 1,000 California residents were forced to evacuate on Monday evening due to a 2,000-acre wildfire that had already destroyed one structure, officials said. Battling the blaze were about 300 firefighters from the Anaheim, Corona, and Los Angeles County fire departments, the OCFA, U.S. Forest Service and Cal Fire.
  • Megyn Kelly's New Morning Show Is 'Far from Successful'

    Megyn Kelly's New Morning Show Is 'Far from Successful'

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    A middle segment featured the " Today " regulars welcoming Kelly to 30 Rockefeller Center, a predawn festivity of studied smarm, with the added delight of seeing Kathie Lee Gifford sit in her makeup chair and play nice-nice with Kelly the way an old house cat would welcome a naive and extra-squeaky mouse to the kitchen.
  • Republicans Push for Health Care Vote With Support Uncertain

    Republicans Push for Health Care Vote With Support Uncertain

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    What is clear, says Stein, is no matter how much of a boost ME gets under this revised version, it's not as good as it seems. John McCain have both said they plan to vote against the measure. Demonstrators disrupted the hearing by shouting, "No cuts to Medicaid " - the government insurance programme for needy people who are not old enough to qualify for Medicare , which is the government programme for people 65 and older.
  • Iran tests ballistic missile

    Iran tests ballistic missile

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    Under U.N. Security Resolution 2231 , which codifies the nuclear agreement, Iran is prohibited from test firing ballistic missiles , though the restriction has not altered Tehran's behavior. Iran just test-fired a Ballistic Missile capable of reaching Israel.They are also working with North Korea.Not much of an agreement we have! Giving details of the missile , Commander of the aerospace division of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh said ...