• GOP Candidate Rants About 'She Devil' Feminists In Facebook Post

    GOP Candidate Rants About 'She Devil' Feminists In Facebook Post

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    In the statement, Sykes goes on to say that he supports women's rights, but not the "mean-spirited radical feminists". Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) who's seeking her third term in office. While Trump attacking her will probably rally the Democratic voter base to her defense, it may also inspire sexist pond scum to attack her much like Sykes attacked Hillary Clinton in his weird declaration of war against women.
  • Hillary Clinton Shielded An Accused Sexual Harasser On Her Campaign

    Hillary Clinton Shielded An Accused Sexual Harasser On Her Campaign

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    Doyle is said to approached Clinton and said she should sack Strider, who was married at the time . A 30-year-old staffer made a complaint at the time against Clinton's faith adviser, Burns Strider . A Clinton rep gave the paper a statement from Utrecht, Kleinfeld, Fiori, Partners, a law firm that represented the campaign in 2008. "When matters arose, they were reviewed in accordance with these policies, and appropriate action was taken".
  • New Soulcalibur 6 Character Revealed

    New Soulcalibur 6 Character Revealed

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    As seen in the trailer, Nightmare still carries with him a big sword that he uses to heavily and brutally attack his opponents. The main meat of the trailer is the four characters shown off which includes, Groh, Nightmare, Xianghua and Kilik.
  • CEO of Barry Sherman-founded Apotex resigns 'to pursue other opportunities'

    CEO of Barry Sherman-founded Apotex resigns 'to pursue other opportunities'

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    Gomes said the Sherman's were last seen during the evening hours of Wednesday, December 13th and weren't seen or heard from again until their bodies were found on Friday, December 15th. Brian Greenspan, a prominent lawyer retained by the Sherman family, told Global News in late December he retained private investigators and forensic experts to "provide a second lens" on the investigation.
  • Afghanistan's 'Save the Children' attack: Death toll rises to 6

    Afghanistan's 'Save the Children' attack: Death toll rises to 6

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    Nangarhar provincial governor's spokesman Attaullah Khogyani told Anadolu Agency the attack took place at around 9 a.m. (0430GMT) when a vehicle packed with explosives rammed into the main gate of the charity's office. She said: "Civilians and aid workers must not be targeted". Amnesty International's chief for South Asia, Biraj Patnaik, expressed solidarity with Save the Children following the attack.
  • PM Strikes Digital Health Care Deal in Davos

    PM Strikes Digital Health Care Deal in Davos

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    She said she understood our concerns about the nuclear agreement, and did not necessarily agree with the way we wanted to deal with it. Kobayashi said that as a result of Prime Minister Netanyahu's meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Israel is a major player on Mitsubishi's map and added that they are now starting to consider investments in cyber and other areas.
  • Cape Town water crisis: Residents urged to switch off toilets

    Cape Town water crisis: Residents urged to switch off toilets

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    Ramaphosa was speaking to CNN journalist Christiane Amanpour at the World Economic Forum in Davos‚ Switzerland on Thursday evening as Cape Town - a tourism, agriculture and wine hub - faces the possibility of having no water in April. Mrs Zille fought back against claims from presenter Emily Maitlis that some people are failing to abide by the water limit of 50 litres per person per day.
  • Kurds in Canada urge Turkey to 'stop spilling Kurdish blood' in Afrin

    Kurds in Canada urge Turkey to 'stop spilling Kurdish blood' in Afrin

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    He said North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies and European Union member states should stand by Turkey . However, according to local media sources there are no Islamic State fighters now operating inside Afrin Canton. This is Turkey's second major military action in Syria after it launched the first between August 2016 and March 2017, targeting the YPG and IS on its border.
  • River Seine Water Levels Continue to Rise

    River Seine Water Levels Continue to Rise

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    Lucas Arland, who lives in Paris and recorded this video on 20 January said the river could pass the 6.1-metre (20ft) level of 2016, which was the highest level the reached in more than 100 years. Tourists and locals were advised to steer clear of the banks for fear of being caught by swirling water, and barges moored to the submerged quaysides appeared as if stranded in the middle of a vastly wider river .
  • Trump risks backlash on DACA deal as conservatives label him 'Amnesty Don'

    Trump risks backlash on DACA deal as conservatives label him 'Amnesty Don'

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    Mr Trump campaigned for president in 2016 promising tougher rules for immigration , including scrapping DACA . The outlines of the plan, set to be released Monday, were shared on a conference call with White House officials . The details emerged in a conference call on Thursday between White House policy chief Stephen Miller and Republican congressional aides, according to U.S.
  • White House: Graham-Durbin immigration bill 'dead on arrival'

    White House: Graham-Durbin immigration bill 'dead on arrival'

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    Well, I want to talk about what President Trump's role might be in all of this. CHANG: All right, and going really quickly to Davos, President Trump leaves tomorrow night for the World Economic Forum. He said Miller, who previously worked for then-Sen. 'As long as Sen. "Graham chooses to support legislation that sides with people in this country illegally and unlawfully instead of our own American citizens, we're going nowhere", White House spokesperson Hogan Gidley responded.
  • Philippe Coutinho thanks Barcelona for warm debut welcome

    Philippe Coutinho thanks Barcelona for warm debut welcome

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    The Brazil global joined Barca earlier this month from Liverpool in a deal that could reach £142m (€162mm) but a thigh injury prevented him from making his debut until Thursday evening. As you can see, Coutinho produced some eye-catching moments, including a cheeky nutmeg after just a minute on the pitch. With Philippe Coutinho making his debut and Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez adding to their scoring run, advanced to the Copa del Rey semifinals for the eighth straight year on Thursday.
  • Turkey disputes White House readout of Trump-Erdogan call

    Turkey disputes White House readout of Trump-Erdogan call

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    Trump also expressed concern about "the destructive and false" anti-American rhetoric emanating from Turkey , the White House said . Norbert Röttgen, the conservative chair of the parliamentary foreign policy committee, told the BBC the Turkish attack was a violation of worldwide law.
  • Cuomo and NJ and CT governors to challenge federal tax law

    Cuomo and NJ and CT governors to challenge federal tax law

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    Murphy said he signed a common interest agreement this week with New York, California, and CT and expected other states to join them in filing a lawsuit in federal court in coming weeks. "You're not wealthy above $10,000" in NY. For his part, though, Malloy said litigation could produce "interesting" documents during the discovery process; he mentioned communications between top Republican congressional leaders that could show "what they were doing to blue states".