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The 25-year-old singer cried as her tourmates DJ Khaled and Kehlani surprised her during the New York City concert to wish her a happy six years of sobriety . "Yesterday was a really big day for me", Lovato shared with the crowd, before revealing the exact moment she chose to change the course of her life.
  • Syrian rebels agree to evacuate town in Ghouta

    Syrian rebels agree to evacuate town in Ghouta

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    The government's attack on eastern Ghouta has displaced 45,000 people, the United Nations said Tuesday, while tens of thousands more are living in desperate conditions in northern Syria , where a Turkish military campaign is underway. Government forces meanwhile continued to pound opposition-held areas with shelling and airstrikes. The capital, the seat of President Bashar Assad's power, has come under increasing attack as government forces continue to pound the rebel-held suburb of eastern ...
  • Rauner wins Republican primary, will focus efforts on November

    Rauner wins Republican primary, will focus efforts on November

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    Rauner claimed victory during the 10 o'clock news, before media outlets had even called the race in his favor. "We proved the grassroots can not be taken advantage of". But Blue Dog Democrats, conservatives who have shrunk to a small rump of their party, had chastised the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee for staying neutral.
  • Dem introduces bill to protect White House whistleblowers

    Dem introduces bill to protect White House whistleblowers

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    Though some staffers initially resisted the agreements, they signed them after pressure from former Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and the White House Counsel's Office, The Post reported . "The president's point was that they [staff] would think twice about that if they were on the hook for some serious damages", the person said. The fact that Trump made his staffers sign NDAs is absurd itself but stretching the length of the agreement past his presidency and "at all times thereafter" ...
  • Ex-Zimbabwe leader Mugabe calls his ouster 'coup d'etat'

    Ex-Zimbabwe leader Mugabe calls his ouster 'coup d'etat'

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    United States Ambassador to Zimbabwe Mr Harry Thomas Jnr has said his country is willing to assist the new Government led by President Mnangagwa following the resignation of former president Robert Mugabe a year ago. He has said he would invite Western observers, who had been banned under Mugabe's rule. He was received at the Robert Mugabe International Airport by President Mnangagwa, Vice President Constantino Chiwenga, Ministers Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri, Mirriam Chikukwa, SB Moyo, ...
  • Korea to send 160-member art troupe to NK for concerts

    Korea to send 160-member art troupe to NK for concerts

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    Meanwhile, the ministry explained on Monday on why it picked Yoon Sang, a singer and record producer, to head the South Korean art troupe for the performance. and lasted for about three hours. Yun Sang, a 50-year-old Berklee College of Music-educated singer, was tapped for the position given his expertise in diverse musical genres and his ability to produce the performances in a short amount of time, Seoul said.
  • Crude Prices Jump Amid Saudi-Iran Tensions

    Crude Prices Jump Amid Saudi-Iran Tensions

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    May WTI crude, the new front-month contract, settled at USD63.54, up USD1.41, or 2.3%. He pointed out in a note that "Spot Brent crude oil prices averaged $3.36 per barrel more than WTI prices in 2017 compared with just $0.40 per barrel more in 2016, providing a price incentive to export US crude oil into the worldwide market " - a scenario he says will cause headaches for the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), Russia, and their allies as they struggle to make ...
  • Batman by-election: Greens' Bhathal gets sixth defeat

    Batman by-election: Greens' Bhathal gets sixth defeat

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    Polls showed a three per cent swing to Labor's Ged Kearney following Saturday's by-election after she took out more than 54 per cent of the two-party preferred result. Neck and neck on primaries but looks like we're just going to fall short, Di Natale tells hushed crowd. In 2016, Labor only managed to retain Batman with a margin of 1 percent with Liberal preferences.
  • After Goa Congress Chief Resignation, Raj Babbar Resigns As UP Congress Chief

    After Goa Congress Chief Resignation, Raj Babbar Resigns As UP Congress Chief

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    This is the third resignation for Congress in last three days. His resignation that was submitted to Rahul Gandhi has still not been accepted and so, he will continue to work as the UPC chief. Congress party sources told ANI that Babbar's decision to resign may have been prompted after the party's abysmal performance at the UP bypoll elections in Gorakhpur and Phulpur.
  • Texas parcel bomber strikes for a fifth time

    Texas parcel bomber strikes for a fifth time

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    Emergency officials responded en masse to a reported blast in the southern part of the state capital city, at what local media reported was a Goodwill store. Police and federal agents said that the blast Sunday night triggered along a street by a almost invisible tripwire suggests a "higher level of sophistication" than they have seen before in three early package bombs meaning the carnage is now random, rather than targeted.
  • Death Toll Rises To 26 In Kabul Explosion

    Death Toll Rises To 26 In Kabul Explosion

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    There was no immediate claim of responsibility. "The area was crowded with civilians and families, a Kabul police officer in the area tells me". IS said the attack targeted "a gathering of Shiites celebrating Nauruz". So far it has given only a muted response. General John Nicholson, who leads USA and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation forces in Afghanistan, recently told reporters that protecting Kabul was a priority for foreign troops.
  • Jayalalithaa Had Refused To Go To Hospital, Sasikala Tells Inquiry Panel

    Jayalalithaa Had Refused To Go To Hospital, Sasikala Tells Inquiry Panel

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    She was unable to breathe freely and when she reached her bed, she fell unconscious. Sasikala is said to have suggested that Jayalalithaa visit a doctor at the hospital, but the latter turned down the suggestion. She claimed that Jayalalithaa's health problems were mainly because of stress after she was convicted in an illegal assets case, The Hindu reported on Wednesday.
  • Veteran safety Morgan Burnett to sign with Steelers

    Veteran safety Morgan Burnett to sign with Steelers

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    Burnett now joins a Steelers secondary which desperately needs an upgrade at safety, especially after the release of veteran Mike Mitchell . The #Steelers and former #Packers S Morgan Burnett , agreed to terms on 3-year deal worth close to $14.5M, source says.
  • Winter Weather Alerts Issued As First Day Of Spring Arrives

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    As we work through sunrise Wednesday , a light mix of snow, sleet, and rain may linger early in a few areas mainly across the Delaware Valley and south and east; otherwise, look for many of us to see all snow. Bell said that most of the D.C. area will just stay wet most of Tuesday , although the Shenandoah Valley could see sleet and snow start to accumulate before sunset.
  • Senate Intel Panel Unveil Election Security Recommendations

    Senate Intel Panel Unveil Election Security Recommendations

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    The recommendations also call on the Department of Homeland Security to develop channels of communication between federal, state and local officials, and that Washington "clearly communicate" that attacks on elections are hostile and appropriate agencies should "respond accordingly".