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And I just feel like, you know, his kids. Kardashian West laughed that one off, but the interview was off and running from there. The 37-year-old was heading to the talk show to chat with Jennifer Lawrence , who was acting as guest host after the presenter's son's heart surgery was rescheduled.
  • Child Sex Offenders To Be Named As Such On US Passports

    Child Sex Offenders To Be Named As Such On US Passports

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    The statement noted that registered offenders will no longer qualify to receive passport cards, since these can't be physically marked. Child sex offenders registered in America will have to use passports that include notices to tell foreign officials of their convictions in the United States, State Department officials said this week.
  • Syrian army takes full control of Deir el-Zour from Islamic State

    Syrian army takes full control of Deir el-Zour from Islamic State

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    Syrian troops and allied fighters backed by Russian air power have been battling inside the eastern city since September, when they broke an IS siege of almost three years on government-held districts. The city is the provincial capital of surrounding Deir Ezzor province, an oil-rich region that sits on the county's eastern border with Iraq. Deir al-Zor, on the west bank of the Euphrates, is the largest and most important city in eastern Syria.
  • Selena and Justin officially back together

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    The bike outing marked the third time that Gomez and Bieber have been seen together since her breakup with the R&B hit-maker (né Abel Tesfaye). After lots of speculation, Us Weekly is reporting that Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are officially BACK TOGETHER! Selena, 25, and the "Sorry" hitmaker dated on and off for four years from 2011 to 2015 , and whilst they had their fair share of bumps in the road, sources believe Justin's improved behaviour would make him a "better ...
  • Pakistani sisters go back after 11 years in Indian jail

    Pakistani sisters go back after 11 years in Indian jail

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    Now they would be able to reunite with their family in Pakistan. The mother of Hina was sentenced in a narcotics smuggling case in India. Now, I have no word to express joyous moments as first time in life, after eleven year, would be able to have the glimpse of my father in Pakistan.
  • No 2 Michigan State loses F Kyle Ahrens with foot injury

    No 2 Michigan State loses F Kyle Ahrens with foot injury

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    There's been little time for Penn State to dwell on its loss last weekend at Ohio State - another tough matchup looms immediately for the No. 7 Nittany Lions at No. "They're a hard-nosed Big Ten football program", Franklin said. "You can get lost in these rankings and trip". Coach Urban Meyer said Wednesday that Campbell is "questionable' for Saturday's game against Iowa".
  • Man killed, 2 others wounded in shooting at N. Side Starbucks

    Man killed, 2 others wounded in shooting at N. Side Starbucks

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    Their conditions are not known. The man was shot in the body and was pronounced dead at the scene, authorities said. The boy was transported to another hospital via ambulance where he is in serious but stable condition. Chicago cops said the other person who was injured was an adult male, as well. Witness Bryan Stroud left the coffee shop just moments before the the incident to speak to a a friend.
  • Allahu Akbar: 8 Dead After Car Jihad Hits New York

    Allahu Akbar: 8 Dead After Car Jihad Hits New York

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    It is understood the driver who has since been shot in the abdomen and apprehended by police drove through a crowd of cyclists on a bike path in Manhattan. "I saw the gun running in a circle and I realized it was serious". The city's police commissioner, James O'Neill, said a statement the driver made as he got out of the truck and the method of attack led police to conclude it was a terrorist act.
  • Crowe offers to take six Manus refugees

    Crowe offers to take six Manus refugees

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    New Zealand's offer to Australia to take 150 of the refugees has been declined by Australia, given any refugees accepted by New Zealand would end up with the right to live in Australia. They have no power, no water and mosquitoes are causing concerns about malaria, one of the refugees told NZ Newswire yesterday. Immigration Minister Peter Dutton also reaffirmed the Government would not be considering resettlement in Australia.
  • Texas Rep. Lamar Smith Announces Retirement

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    He completes his term as committee chairman at the end of 2018. Lamar Smith (R-Texas), a prominent climate change denier who chairs the House Science Committee, announced on Thursday that he is retiring from the House after his term ends next year.
  • North Korean Threat to Top Trump's Agenda in Asia

    North Korean Threat to Top Trump's Agenda in Asia

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    McMaster also told reporters that Trump is considering putting North Korea back on the list of state sponsors of terrorism, a designation the country lost under President George W. Kim has returned the favor, calling Trump a "mentally deranged USA dotard". "I don't think the President really modulates his language", General McMaster said when asked if Mr Trump will change his behaviour while overseas.
  • Marawi stragglers killed in firefight

    Marawi stragglers killed in firefight

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    Abu Talja was killed with another straggler following a clash that erupted at around 9 p.m. Wednesday inside the main battle area in Marawi. Hapilon was supposed to have been anointed by the Islamic State as its leader for Southeast Asia. "But it's possible there are still more than a dozen hiding inside", Brawner said. Hamidon is charged with 14 counts of violation of Article 138 of the Revised Penal Code (rebellion or insurrection) and of Section 6 of the Cybercrime Prevention Act.
  • 'No impunity for crimes against journalists'

    'No impunity for crimes against journalists'

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    Speaking on the eve of International Day, the Special Rapporteurs on arbitrary, summary and extrajudicial executions, Agnes Callamard, and on freedom of expression, David Kaye, said that when authorities fail to follow up such attacks with independent and impartial investigations, the killers and their allies achieve their objectives.
  • Open enrollment runs today thru December 15 on Idaho health insurance exchange

    Open enrollment runs today thru December 15 on Idaho health insurance exchange

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    Previous year it was 73 percent. But, because federal tax credits will increase relative to this premium increase, qualified consumers, especially those living in areas served by multiple carriers, may actually see net savings in 2018. Consumers should also be careful of where they shop for health insurance, acting Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner Jessica Altman said. If your income is below 400% of the federal poverty level ($48,240 for a single person, $64,960 for a couple or $98,400 for ...