• California's wildfire now ranks as state's third-largest

    California's wildfire now ranks as state's third-largest

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    Almost 8,500 firefighters are battling the so-called Thomas Fire in Southern California, which began December 4 and has destroyed more than 1,000 structures and threatened 18,000 more , including homes in the wealthy town of Montecito just outside the coastal city of Santa Barbara.
  • Trump administration prohibits CDC from using 'transgender' in budget documents

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    Like the CDC, the two additional agencies both fall under the jurisdiction of the Department of Health and Human Services. 'Keep this in mind next time the Administration uses "free speech" as an excuse to defend Nazis, ' Shroff tweeted on Saturday , also spelling out each of the seven allegedly banned words and including the hashtag '#CDC7words'.
  • Heavy explosion rocks Quetta city in Pakistan

    Heavy explosion rocks Quetta city in Pakistan

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    Bugti said the suicide bombers were also reportedly carrying weapons. A bomb disposal team is on standby. Terrorists stormed into the church in Balochistan , which has seen frequent terrorist activities since Beijing launched its China Pakistan Economic Corridor under its "One Belt One Road" program.
  • Decorating the White House Christmas Tree

    Decorating the White House Christmas Tree

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    Johansson's Ivanka tells her father she brought an ornament with defeated Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore's photo on it, to which Baldwin's Trump responds, "Poor Roy, I thought for sure he would win". "I see you in there, Donald". "Merry Christmas, everybody is going to get away with everything!" "It's my greatest achievement, so now I can settle down and be super-presidential - that is, until Don Lemon says something mean about me, and I tweet the actual n-word".
  • Did Donald Trump's tweet uncover the next president?

    Did Donald Trump's tweet uncover the next president?

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    Kirsten Gillibrand "would do anything" for campaign contributions. While Gillibrand and her political team play down all talk of 2020, saying she is focused on her own 2018 reelection and those of her fellow Senate Democrats, she has for months been doing the type of spadework endemic to past presidential candidates: expanding her fund-raising network, courting key constituencies, such as black voters, and polishing her image nationally.
  • NYC attack suspect: What we know about Akayed Ullah

    NYC attack suspect: What we know about Akayed Ullah

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    Three people suffered minor injuries. Sources told the New York Post that he told investigators he made the explosive device at the electrical company where he works. The incident was captured on transit system video, Mr O'Neill said. The incident rippled through American financial markets, briefly weakening equity markets as they were starting trading for the week and giving a modest lift to safe-haven assets such as US Treasuries.
  • Grambling vs. NC A&T is Celebration Bowl many wanted

    Grambling vs. NC A&T is Celebration Bowl many wanted

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    North Carolina A&T became the first Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference school ever to finish a season undefeated. He was successful during that stretch with a 35-12 record and a SWAC Championship in 2008. He and cornerback Franklin "Mac" McCain have split 10 interceptions, combining for 407 return yards and four touchdowns. Noel Ruiz's 42-yard attempt was no good to keep the game tied at 0 with 6:59 remaining in the opening quarter.
  • Caldwell-Pope missed game because of travel restrictions

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    After the Lakers lost to the Knicks on Tuesday in New York, Caldwell-Pope flew to MI to appear before a judge, who modified his sentence to require that the Lakers starting shooting guard not leave the state of California for 25 days. The Lakers have 12 games remaining in the 25-day stretch where KCP's availability is in question. They'll play in Houston on the 20th and 31st, in Oakland on the 22nd and in Minneapolis on January 1.
  • Brey expecting partisan IU crowd at Crossroads Classic — MEN'S BASKETBALL

    Brey expecting partisan IU crowd at Crossroads Classic — MEN'S BASKETBALL

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    Don't tell Miller that is what I had written. Morgan scored the final eight points in regulation and eight more in overtime, including a go-ahead dunk with 8.6 seconds left, and in rallied past No. "To maybe start something up with a Georgetown or a St. John's or a UConn to get you out of just this region", Brey said of future possibilities. Make a note that after not making a shot against Louisville a week ago, IU guard Robert Johnson scored 20 points and hit half of his 10 shots from ...
  • Omarosa Says Donald Trump Is 'Racial' But 'Not A Racist'

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    Omarosa Manigault was the only Black senior staffer in the Trump White House when she was sacked Wednesday. Omarosa Manigault speaks to attendees at President Trump's press conference with members of the GOP on the passage of legislation to roll back the Affordable Care Act in the Rose Garden of the White House, May 4, 2017.
  • How Bitcoin futures trading could burst the cryptocurrency's bubble

    How Bitcoin futures trading could burst the cryptocurrency's bubble

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    However, CBOE's Bitcoin futures market has been somewhat disappointing. This will result in a lot more liquidity and a lot more participation from retail traders. For instance, at the time of writing this article, the January contract for Bitcoin was trading around US$18,300, up from an opening price of US$15,000 .
  • Red flag warning in Bay Area this weekend

    Red flag warning in Bay Area this weekend

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    Northerly winds of 20 to 35 miles per hour can be expected with local gusts exceeding 50 miles per hour likely, according to weather officials. Sonoma County, which suffered the worst damage from the devastating October fires that swept the North Bay, advised residents to avoid outdoor fires for the next two days.
  • Gillibrand latest target of Trump misogyny: Darcy cartoon

    Gillibrand latest target of Trump misogyny: Darcy cartoon

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    Gillibrand is considered a potential contender for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination who recently made headlines by condemned former President Bill Clinton over his affair with a White House intern. And, they warned, it will only get worse. The editors then included a list things they said highlight President Trump's "utter lack of morality, ethics and simple humanity".