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Greitens reiterated in his speech that his administration will be cutting 33,000 regulations to make growth easier for businesses in the state. "This is probably by no means the ideal bill that's gonna get passed as is, but we're gonna have a long discussion about what this looks like", said Rep.
  • Trump to keep Guantanamo Bay Prison

    Trump to keep Guantanamo Bay Prison

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    Terrorists are not merely criminals. They are unlawful enemy combatants. The group Physicians for Human Rights criticized the decision, reports NBC News , asserting that "the facility is a symbol of USA torture and injustice known around the world".
  • African Leaders Dismiss French Report Of China

    African Leaders Dismiss French Report Of China "Spying" On AU HQ

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    In January 2017, the information technology unit at the AU's headquarters in Addis Ababa noticed something odd, according to a stunning investigation in French newspaper Le Monde . So I think that the story was intended for the African countries here and to attract the attention but I think they would not succeed". "I don't believe it", Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn told journalists, downplaying the report.
  • Feds to drop charges against Menendez

    Feds to drop charges against Menendez

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    In turn, Melgen was accused of offering said bribes to Mendendez in exchange for a quick end to a multimillion dollar billing issue-and help with obtaining visas for Melgen's various girlfriends. "I am grateful that the Department of Justice has taken the time to reevaluate its case and come to the appropriate conclusion. I have devoted my life to serving the people of New Jersey, and am forever thankful for all who have stood by me".
  • Aussie military says tracking app doesn't breach security

    Aussie military says tracking app doesn't breach security

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    Highly sensitive information about USA soldiers wearing fitness devices was exposed by an Internet map that gave away their location and activities around the world. Unsurprisingly, parks are the big winners there: Central Park's longest loop, which measures 6.2 miles, stands out the most for cyclists; it's a similar story for runners, though the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis reservoir is also well-trodden.
  • Bannon Russia Testimony Delayed to Coordinate With White House

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    President Donald Trump told a member of Congress on Tuesday night that he would "100 percent" allow the public release of a GOP-drafted memo alleging surveillance abuses by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Justice, effectively ending speculation about whether he would back the campaign to declassify the document.
  • Quincy Jones Pans Taylor Swift's Music in New Interview

    Quincy Jones Pans Taylor Swift's Music in New Interview

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    Brazil - Belo Horizonte, Sao Paulo, and Rio. "He laughs. 'Whatever crumbles your cookie'". "All the guys in the Vatican had these Vatican black shoes", Jones recalls, but not the Pope", he recalled "He had on some burgundy wingtips, man, with thin tan rib socks, man.
  • Michelle Obama Dishes on Awkward Melania Trump Gift Exchange on Inauguration Day

    Michelle Obama Dishes on Awkward Melania Trump Gift Exchange on Inauguration Day

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    Mrs Obama's appearance on the Ellen Show marks the first interview she has given since her husband, Barack Obama left office. "Well, there's all this protocol", Michelle added while explaining what happened in that moment. Clearly not expecting a present, Michelle frantically looked around for a place to put the box - both a handsome and painful sight. "I'll take care of the protocol here", Barack can be heard saying in the footage.
  • Are There Side Effects To The Super Blue Blood Moon?

    Are There Side Effects To The Super Blue Blood Moon?

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    He said the total lunar eclipse, also known as a "bloodmoon", was to start from 8.51pm, reaching its peak at 9.29pm, and ends at 10.07pm. It will be completely over by 9:38 pm, when the Moon will exit the Earth's shadow entirely. Sydney Observatory's Brenan Dew said the moon would "glow a red colour" once it is fully immersed. Built on the company's brand philosophy, the "Moon" TVC was created with the view of communicating the brand tagline "Connecting Aspirations" to all.
  • Corruption Settlements Exceed $106bn - Saudi Prosecutor

    Corruption Settlements Exceed $106bn - Saudi Prosecutor

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    He said 400bn Saudi riyals had been forfeited by as many as 325 people detained in the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Riyadh , where their personal finances were examined by forensic accountants. Despite repeated statements that the purge is almost over, investors remain concerned about doing business in Saudi Arabia, where key business partners and firms could still be targeted.
  • Liferaft hope for survivors of Kiribati ferry tragedy

    Liferaft hope for survivors of Kiribati ferry tragedy

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    Eight people rescued from an drifting dinghy on the weekend said the ferry broke up soon after setting out on January 18 and that they had seen other passengers scramble aboard a liferaft. On Monday, rescue efforts from the maritime authority in Australia had begun an exploration on the west side of Kiribati and the United States Coast Guard has dispatched a C-130 that is expected to arrive on-site sometime on Tuesday.
  • FEMA ending food and water shipments to Puerto Rico, official says

    FEMA ending food and water shipments to Puerto Rico, official says

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    FEMA has called the island's emergency operation the longest sustained distribution of food, fuel and water in agency history, including more than $1.6 billion worth of food and more than $361 million worth of water. working with households in rural, outlying areas to address ongoing disaster-related needs as power and water is gradually restored". "Yesterday, I had to help-because it is a moral imperative to help-a school about 45 minutes from San Juan that still has no water, no electricity ...
  • Leading Islamic scholar in custody in France over rape allegations

    Leading Islamic scholar in custody in France over rape allegations

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    Ramadan, the grandson of the founder of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Islamist movement, has furiously denied rape allegations by the two women that emerged late a year ago, as the Harvey Weinstein scandal unfurled in the US. then for a few seconds he choked me, I really thought I was going to die". "You kept me waiting now you will pay dear", she alleges he said before subjecting her to "very brutal scenes of sexual violence", including being raped with "an object".
  • Fact-checking website crashes during State of the Union

    Fact-checking website crashes during State of the Union

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    US President Donald Trump delivered his State of the Union speech commenting on the Jerusalem embassy move, the Iran deal, and US aid only going to America's friends. The LA Times said Mr Trump had struck a "softer tone" but still delivered his "familiar appeal to fear and resentment". And boy did he make good on that promise in his State of the Union address .