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A text message from Murphy's number in response said his staff was responsible for his anti-abortion messages: "I've never written them". However, it was only when after the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported on Tuesday that he had allegedly urged the woman to have an abortion when he believed she was pregnant, citing text messages, that Murphy's personal conduct started to create political issues for fellow Republicans .
  • Russian hackers stole United States cyber secrets from NSA

    Russian hackers stole United States cyber secrets from NSA

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    In 2013, NSA contractor Edward Snowden disclosed numerous agency's most important surveillance programs and, last year, NSA contractor Harold Martin was arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation for allegedly amassing a large cache of highly-classified documents at his home.
  • Girlfriend of Vegas Gunman Arrives in US

    Girlfriend of Vegas Gunman Arrives in US

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    They didn't know what they would find inside; how many people or how many weapons. "And we want to identify that source". Less than 48 hours after the massacre on the Las Vegas Strip that led to the deaths of 59 people including the shooter, details of the attack are coming into focus.
  • Mike Pence: Trump-Led National Space Council Going To 'Mars And Beyond'

    Mike Pence: Trump-Led National Space Council Going To 'Mars And Beyond'

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    For close observers of space policy, a likely human return to the Moon has been one of the worst-kept secrets of the new Trump administration. The group "ensure [s] that all aspects of the nation's space power - national security, commerce, worldwide relations, exploration, and science, are coordinated and aligned to best serve the American people".
  • Rifts develop quickly during Colorado legislative special session

    Rifts develop quickly during Colorado legislative special session

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    The Senate budget plan would take $37 billion out of the National Institutes of Health over the next decade, which would cut funding for Alzheimer's disease, cancer and other critical medical research, the report said . That said, Guzman said Wednesday in a statement that the "Governor has made the call, and we will respect it". Instead, the motivating force behind the budget measures is the Republicans' party-defining drive to cut corporate and individual tax rates and rid the tax ...
  • Syria keep World Cup dream alive after late penalty equalizer against Australia

    Syria keep World Cup dream alive after late penalty equalizer against Australia

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    The Syrian striker, who has only recently returned to the war-wracked team after a long absence believed to be for political reasons, confidently swept his penalty past Mathew Ryan to leave the tie on a knife-edge. The duo combined again four minutes later as Al-Hilal's Khribin volleyed Al Somah's lofted pass well wide before Australia took control of the match in the 40th minute with an opening goal that was crafted in Germany.
  • At least 13 killed in Balochistan shrine blast

    At least 13 killed in Balochistan shrine blast

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    The attack took place on October 5 in the Jhal Magsi district, which is located about 300 kilometers east of Quetta , the capital of Balochistan Province. The bomber blew up his explosives at a time when the shrine was packed. There was no immediate claim of responsibility but militants and separatists have repeatedly targeted minority Shia Muslims at religious sites, as well as security officials.
  • Investigators hunt for mystery woman seen with Vegas shooter

    Investigators hunt for mystery woman seen with Vegas shooter

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    She is believed to have been visiting family. She left for the Philippines a couple of weeks before the Strip shootings, and returned to the country late Tuesday. Authorities say Danley , who lived with Paddock at his home in a Mesquite, Nevada, retirement community where officials searching the residence found a number of weapons , is more than a mere witness.
  • King Salman in Moscow, Saudi Arabia

    King Salman in Moscow, Saudi Arabia

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    The agreements also include educational and training programs for Saudi nationals to ensure the sustainability and development of the military industries sector in Saudi Arabia. "We have a vast potential for developing cooperation in nuclear power". King Salman is expected to ask Russia's support and commitment to ensure that the production cuts deal continues, following Saudi Arabia's cut of its output to around 10 million barrels per day to help control a glut in world oil supplies.
  • Gunman Fired For About Nine To 11 Minutes - Las Vegas Police

    Gunman Fired For About Nine To 11 Minutes - Las Vegas Police

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    The local authorities in Las Vegas have said that the mass shooting of around 600 people, which killed 59, was premeditated and pre-planned. Tuesday night: Danley arrives back in the US from the Philippines. Danley's two sisters, interviewed by Australia's Seven News and preferring to remain anonymous, said Danley didn't know anything about Paddock's plans .
  • Trump Visits Shooting Victims, First Responders In Las Vegas

    Trump Visits Shooting Victims, First Responders In Las Vegas

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    In a statement read by her attorney Matthew Lombard, she said she had no hint of what was to come: "I knew Stephen Paddock as a kind, caring, quiet man". In the aftermath of the massacre in Las Vegas that left 59 people dead and 527 injured, Mr Trump addressed the country in a televised from the White House.
  • TRACKING: Rain chances increase Thursday and Friday

    TRACKING: Rain chances increase Thursday and Friday

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    The National Weather Service said rain chances are 90 percent Tuesday night , with up to a half-inch expected in the Madison area. TUESDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy skies and rain showers continue, as a cold front moves across the region. Thursday: Showers and thunderstorms likely. The low will be around 64 with an east northeast wind of 6 miles per hour becoming light and variable in the evening.
  • Attack Illustrates Need For Blood — Red Cross

    Attack Illustrates Need For Blood — Red Cross

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    Regular and first-time donors are being asked to give blood this week. Citing the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history, the organization is calling on eligible blood donors to make donations a regular part of their lives. In comparison, there were 371 people registered to donate last Monday. Jill Navran was not allowed to give a donation because she is now on antibiotics.
  • Historic Saudi-Russian summit begins in Moscow

    Historic Saudi-Russian summit begins in Moscow

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    And in third, Saudi Arabia, with sales down 16.2 percent compared to August a year ago, to around 861,200 bpd. Ministers from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries attending a conference in Moscow may take up export monitoring, Russia's energy minister said.
  • Nadal eases into China Open quarters

    Nadal eases into China Open quarters

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    The in-form American, the sixth seed, is renowned for his booming service game and Nadal expects to come under a barrage on Friday. Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu said the decision to play the match behind closed doors was a protest against the violent clashes between police and activists in Catalonia, rather than a security issue.
  • TransCanada abandons pipeline projects after green push

    TransCanada abandons pipeline projects after green push

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    TransCanada submitted an application for its Energy East project three years ago, proposing the construction of a new 930-mile segment and converting 1,800 miles of gas line for oil service. "Canada will now continue to import foreign dictator oil into our refineries instead of Alberta oil, it's shameful", tweeted Brian Jean, who's running to be leader of the United Conservative party in Alberta.