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US President Donald Trump speaks to reporters before boarding Marine One to depart from the White House on October 25, 2017 in Washington DC. "These are great fighters; these are warriors". President Trump is traveling to Dallas Texas to attend a fundraiser. This military intervention is being conducted in coordination with the French military, which is waging an even more intense neo-colonial operation in neighbouring Mali.
  • GOP lawmakers offer conservative plan to prop up Obamacare

    GOP lawmakers offer conservative plan to prop up Obamacare

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    A bipartisan bill to stabilize Obamacare's markets would save taxpayers almost $4 billion through 2027 but have an insignificant impact on the number of people who hold health insurance, the Congressional Budget Office and Joint Committee on Taxation said Wednesday.
  • Supreme Court Blocks Hawaii's Challenge To Travel Ban

    Supreme Court Blocks Hawaii's Challenge To Travel Ban

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    The Trump administration is expected to unveil new restrictions on refugees sometime Tuesday. The expired ban had targeted people from Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Somalia and Sudan. The court dismissed the refugee group's case, on the grounds that it only challenged the 90-day ban. The same arguments are being used against the new ban.
  • Hillary Lied, Paid for Fake Trump Dossier

    Hillary Lied, Paid for Fake Trump Dossier

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    Christopher Steele, former British intelligence officer pictured in in London on March 7, 2017, compiled the dossier on Donald Trump's alleged ties to Russian Federation. The Washington Post first reported on the connections, which were confirmed by Fox News . "A DNC spokeswoman said "[Chairman] Tom Perez and the new leadership of the DNC were not involved in any decision-making regarding Fusion GPS, nor were they aware that Perkins Coie was working with the organization.
  • Charlotte fugitive added to FBI's 'Top 10 fugitive list'

    Charlotte fugitive added to FBI's 'Top 10 fugitive list'

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    The FBI and the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (CMPD) are now seeking the public's help in locating Alejandro "Alex" Castillo, 18, from Charlotte, North Carolina. Warrants were issued for Castillo and Feaster for possession of a stolen vehicle, and Feaster was later arrested in Texas. The woman who was with Castillo surrendered to Mexican authorities a year ago and is back in North Carolina facing charges related to Le's death, authorities said.
  • Russian parliament urges saving Iran nuclear deal

    Russian parliament urges saving Iran nuclear deal

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    Opponents of Republican Senators Bob Corker and Tom Cotton's draft say that its enactment would put Washington in violation of the current deal that was struck in 2015. The deal's European signatories, as well as Russian Federation and China have warned that scrapping the nuclear accord would alienate Washington. Trump signed off on the legislation.
  • Activists go on trial in Turkey on terror charges

    Activists go on trial in Turkey on terror charges

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    They each face up to 15 years in jail on charges that include membership of and giving aid to an armed terror group. Turkey has taken a no-tolerance attitude to any individuals who may have been involved with US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, blamed by Ankara for orchestrating the abortive putsch.
  • Dhinchak Pooja breaks down; Sapna lashes out at Benafsha

    Dhinchak Pooja breaks down; Sapna lashes out at Benafsha

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    Well the format of the game show is certainly stressful and it is not everybody's cup of tea to withstand the pressure. It didn't take Arshi a lot of time to allege that Pooja has lice in her hair. "He will tell Arshi that although he is a social person, such things do make him uncomfortable", added the source. He says, "no you are my mummy". They accuse her of not putting an effort and she responds by saying that she knows they're going to send her to "jail" anyway as punishment for being ...
  • Trump struggled to remember soldier's name

    Trump struggled to remember soldier's name

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    A Pentagon spokeswoman said the military often may make a recommendation on viewing but that soldiers' bodies are prepared and turned over to the family and its funeral director. The continuing dispute drew criticism from McCain, who spent more than five years in a Vietnamese prison. Johnson said Monday that Wilson's account was accurate.
  • GOP House Tax Chief: Changes to 401(k) Are Still on the Table

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    Passage of the budget resolution is vital if Republicans want to eventually pass a tax-cut package without support from Democrats . A key House lawmaker on taxes said it's important to him that Congress reach a compromise on state and local tax deductions, rather than repealing the break outright.
  • Support for legal pot use jumps, even among Republicans, man

    Support for legal pot use jumps, even among Republicans, man

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    That's the most support that Gallup has picked up in 48 years of polling on this question. In another Gallup poll conducted last July, 45 percent of adults admitted trying marijuana, more than 10 times the number in 1969. For almost 50 years, NORML led the successful efforts to reform local, state, and federal marijuana laws - as well as to change public opinion. A Quinnipiac poll released in August showed that 61 percent of those polled agreed that "the use of marijuana should be made ...
  • The African monuments funding North Korea's missiles

    The African monuments funding North Korea's missiles

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    The legislation, which passed 415 to 2, would direct the Treasury Department to ban USA financial institutions from engaging in transactions that benefit people or entities associated with the North Korean government. Rep. Joe Wilson of SC, a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, in a statement the same day, said the "murder" of Warmbier "reminded the world of the brutality of North Korea's regime".
  • HAPPENING NOW: Makarfi meets PDP chairmanship aspirants

    HAPPENING NOW: Makarfi meets PDP chairmanship aspirants

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    According to Adeyeye, the Chairman of the National Caretaker Committee of the party, Ahmed Makarfi , expressed worry over the matter. However while responding to questions concerning the party's budget for the convention, he said the budget "is not a national issue", and "cannot be discussed in the public".
  • US Ambassador to New Zealand to be More 'Culturally Aware'

    US Ambassador to New Zealand to be More 'Culturally Aware'

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    The other comment Brown addressed was when he told a member of the waitstaff they were doing a "great job" and "could make hundreds of dollars in the service industry" in the United States. "Apparently somebody took offense to that", the former Republican senator from MA said in a video addressing the incident . Scott Brown, the USA ambassador to New Zealand, acknowledged he was being investigated over insensitive remarks he made during his inaugural trip to Samoa, which he also represents ...
  • Stephen Paddock's brother has been arrested

    Stephen Paddock's brother has been arrested

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    Bruce Paddock , a brother of Las Vegas mass shooter Stephen Paddock , was reportedly arrested on child pornography charges on Wednesday morning in North Hollywood. Authorities said no one knew where Paddock was living until another tip came in, leading police to the North Hollywood facility, law enforcement sources told FOX 11.
  • Ex-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort investigated for possible money laundering

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    Tuesday's report comes in the wake of Mr. Trump's reported interviewing of at least two people for USA attorney positions in NY - which includes the office which oversees the fresh Manafort probe. attorney's office, according to the Journal . News of the probe from the USA attorney's office from the Southern District of NY comes amid a Politico report last week that said Trump was interviewing United States attorney candidates to head offices for New York's Southern District, based ...