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Arpaio, 85, was the long-time sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona who gained national attention for his tough stances on immigration and his questions about former President Barack Obama's birth certificate, which he claimed was forged. State Sen. "I have a lot to offer", Arpaio told Drucker. The field already includes Trump-aligned candidate and former state senator Kelli Ward, who is also backed by Steve Bannon , and is expected to include Rep.
  • Shares in Altice, US unit zoom after spin-off plan

    Shares in Altice, US unit zoom after spin-off plan

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    Altice said it is planning to complete the reorganization by the end of the second quarter. The company largely fulfilled its promise to cut costs aggressively at the businesses it bought but often failed to achieve the operational turnarounds and growth it targeted.
  • Nick Kyrgios beats Ryan Harrison, wins first title on home soil

    Nick Kyrgios beats Ryan Harrison, wins first title on home soil

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    The game was between Australians Nick Kyrgios and Lleyton Hewitt against Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov and Germany's Alexander Zverev. "Because obviously, I'm playing well under pressure and in pressure situations". "For me, that's just confidence not only mentally but physically as well, and battling and fighting hard, " he said. Kyrgios and Harrison have a history of bad blood dating back to 2015 when in a match against Stan Wawrinka, Kyrgios told the Swiss star that fellow Australian ...
  • Oprah 2020: Will she? Won't she?

    Oprah 2020: Will she? Won't she?

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    Tuesday morning's CBS This Morning became a will-she-or-won't-she White House discussion on Winfrey, with co-hosts peppering one of their own with questions, as King has been the queen of talk's longtime best friend. "She runs a major company", Streep declared. "She is also a self made Billionaire", Ryan wrote . "I think people want to be inspired", explained, Neil Kraus, an associate professor of political science at the University of Wisconsin River Falls.
  • Saudi Arabia, India agree to revive sea route for Haj

    Saudi Arabia, India agree to revive sea route for Haj

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    This year's Haj will be the first after the government of India approved a new Haj policy. A total of 170,000 Indian pilgrims are expected to perform Haj in 2018. More than 1,300 women have applied to go for Haj without "Mehram" and they will be exempted from lottery system and allowed to proceed for Haj. Naqvi said that previous year he had discussed the option to revive sea route for Haj pilgrimage with Transport and Shipping Minister Nitin Gadkari.
  • France's Macron Trip To China To Focus On Trade, Regional Conflicts

    France's Macron Trip To China To Focus On Trade, Regional Conflicts

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    A series of commercial agreements are due to be signed during Macron's official visit, and the two governments are expected to announce a Franco-Chinese investment fund of more than 1 billion euros ($1.2 billion). "These roads are to be shared and they can not be one-way", he said, adding that the ancient Silk Roads were never purely Chinese. But Macron was set to show a photo of it to Xi when they met on Monday in Beijing.
  • Bomb targeting police kills 6 in Pakistan

    Bomb targeting police kills 6 in Pakistan

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    The injured, which include security personnel and civilians, have been shifted to the hospital's trauma centre after being administered first aid. According to sources, a suicide bomber riding a motorcycle detonated his explosives at the check-point after failing to reach Balochistan Assembly.
  • Ewan McGregor wins best actor in a limited series at Golden Globes

    Ewan McGregor wins best actor in a limited series at Golden Globes

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    Speaking to the packed auditorium, the 46-year-old said: "I want to take a moment to say thank you to Eve.who always stood by me for 22 years". "There wouldn't have been Emmit Stussy without David Thewlis and Michael Stuhlbarg and Carrie Coon and there wouldn't have been a Ray without Mary Elizabeth Winstead ".
  • Zac Brown Band Sings National Anthem Before College Football National Championship

    Zac Brown Band Sings National Anthem Before College Football National Championship

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    Donald Trump appeared unsure of the words to the US's national anthem when he attended at a college American football game on Monday. Trump was attendance at a college football championship game between Alabama and Georgia. Trump's anthem fail set off a Twitterstorm of seething sarcasm. While The Zac Brown Band and a choir performed the anthem , Trump was on the field with the US flag and members of the military.
  • Ron Paul: Jeff Sessions should be fired over marijuana decision

    Ron Paul: Jeff Sessions should be fired over marijuana decision

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    The move raised fears of an impending crackdown and further cements Sessions's reputation as an anti-pot crusader. "I tend to believe the US attorneys when they say this doesn't change much for them". Sessions, who holds a variety of antiquated views on cannabis and who has said "good people don't smoke marijuana", has long pushed for a return to zero-tolerance drug enforcement.
  • Winter weather advisory for tonight through Monday afternoon

    Winter weather advisory for tonight through Monday afternoon

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    A total of 3 to 7 inches is expected. Expect widely varying and suddenly reduced visibility for drivers, which will add to already hazardous travel conditions produced by the overnight snowfall. Southwest wind 10 to 20 miles per hour. It looks like most areas will see between one and three inches of snow tonight into early tomorrow morning.
  • Israeli model who dated Yair Netanyahu says she regrets being his girlfriend

    Israeli model who dated Yair Netanyahu says she regrets being his girlfriend

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    My dad made an awesome deal for your dad, bro. "Bro, my dad now arranged a $20 billion show for you and you can't spot me 400 shekel?" To access our premium content, you or your organisation must have a paid subscription. "Regarding what I said about the gas deal, it was a joke". The audio recording of Yair Netanyahu, who has been the subject of controversy in the past, led to further criticism of his father's handling of Israel's natural gas industry at a time when he already faces two ...
  • Israel responsible for consequences of attacks, Syria says

    Israel responsible for consequences of attacks, Syria says

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    The Israel Defense Force (IDF) did not immediately comment on the reports. Syrian air defence "intercepted the missiles and shot down one of the jets", it added. On Jan. 5, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitor group said that 77 rebels were killed during the week-long battles in Harasta. A statement released on the military's Facebook page said that the small drones were destroyed before they could lead to any casualties or material damage.