• Mila Kunis Makes Monthly Planned Parenthood Donation in VP Mike Pence's Name

    Mila Kunis Makes Monthly Planned Parenthood Donation in VP Mike Pence's Name

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    On Conan , Mila Kunis shared that she set up a donation to Planned Parenthood in the Vice President Mike Pence's name, and I can't stop laughing. "Every month, to his office, he gets a little letter that says, 'an anonymous donation has been made in your name, '" Kunis said. Many showing that they are not afraid to use leftist tactics by expressing their intent to boycott films and shows in which she appears and Jim Beam ( she is a "global partner" who appears in Jim Beam ads.).
  • Tyrese Gibson cleared of child abuse charges

    Tyrese Gibson cleared of child abuse charges

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    This is all I got. Tyrese later spoke out about his impassioned video, defending his erratic behavior as that of a "desperate father fighting for his child", and explaining his anger over comments made about Fast & Furious co-star Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
  • Graham wants Sessions to testify on Russian Federation again

    Graham wants Sessions to testify on Russian Federation again

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    Sessions previously testified to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he did not have communications with the Russians, though it later emerged he had met with the Russian ambassador. "I don't think he told me the truth", Sen. But court papers unsealed last week say that George Papadopoulos , a Trump campaign adviserwho has pled guilty to lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, proposed using his connections to arrange a sitdown with Russian President Vladimir Putin at a meeting where ...
  • Jeremy Corbyn defends decision to promote Kelvin Hopkins to Shadow Cabinet

    Jeremy Corbyn defends decision to promote Kelvin Hopkins to Shadow Cabinet

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    In the wake of a wave of sexual allegations in Westminster , Hopkins has been accused of rubbing up against an activist in her 20s and sending lewd texts. The first secretary of state strongly denies the allegations made against him. The MP said: "I know how I roll". Damian Green, the de facto deputy prime minister, is facing calls to step aside from his job while an investigation into his conduct is carried out.
  • USA trade with Japan 'not fair and open

    USA trade with Japan 'not fair and open

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    Right now our trade with Japan is not fair and it isn't open", said Trump, according to Bloomberg . Trump downplayed the potentially contentious nature of the negotiations, though the Japanese government has not shown much appetite for striking a new bilateral trade agreement.
  • Lakers F Larry Nance Jr to miss time after surgery

    Lakers F Larry Nance Jr to miss time after surgery

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    The 24-year-old left the game in the third quarter after appearing to injure his hand while contesting a shot from Caleb Swanigan under the rim. The Lakers just can't seem to catch a break so far this season. Luke Walton has not yet committed to Kuzma in the starting lineup, though performances like the one against Brooklyn will make it hard to put him anywhere else.
  • Korea warns Trump about 'foolish remarks' before S. Korea visit

    Korea warns Trump about 'foolish remarks' before S. Korea visit

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    Tensions have soared over North Korea's nuclear and missile programmes in recent months, goaded by Trump and Pyongyang leader Kim Jong-Un's fiery exchanges of insults and warnings of conflict. A ground invasion of North Korea is the only way to locate and destroy, with complete certainty, all components of leader Kim Jong Un's nuclear weapons program, according to a Pentagon official.
  • Gerakan raises RM100,000, to provide aid for Penang flood victims

    Gerakan raises RM100,000, to provide aid for Penang flood victims

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    Penang saw its worst floods yesterday after an 18-hour storm swept through the Malaysian state and brought it to a standstill. Minister of State Lim Guan Eng said that "the wind does not subside, we are concerned about the likelihood of new undesirable incidents and the continuation of heavy rains ".
  • 2 militants killed along LoC in Uri: Army

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    Earlier on Saturday, in south Kashmir's Pulwama district , one policeman was killed after militants attacked a patrol party. He said large quantity of arms and ammunition and other warlike stores were recovered from the slain militants. Director General of Police (DGP) S P Vaid said a possible tragedy was averted. "BAT action bid was foiled by Army and J&K police at Dulanja, Uri".
  • USA tells staffers of Somalia mission to leave over threat

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    A small al-Shabaab splinter group is believed to be the "ISIS in Somalia" faction, and is believed to be in Puntland, though the USA offered no indication why this particular village was the target. This is stated in the official report of the African command of the U.S. forces, reports Reuters. Aircraft of the United States on Friday, November 3, struck the first airstrike on positions of Islamic state in Somalia.
  • Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross Concealed Investment Ties to Putin Associates

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    The report states that Navigator works in conjunction with with Sibur, a Russian gas company partly-owned by Kirill Shamalov, husband of Putin's daughter Katerina. According to the report, Ross still owns the investment nearly a year after being tapped to head up the Commerce Department. Ross divested most of his interests, claiming he wanted to avoid conflicts of interest.
  • Severe storms possible on Sunday

    Severe storms possible on Sunday

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    It is during the mid-afternoon/early evening we will have to keep an eye out for individual thunderstorms in western in where the environment will be supportive of tornadic development and where it looks like the highest chance for severe storms exists.
  • Explosive Martin Luther King document amid JFK files

    Explosive Martin Luther King document amid JFK files

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    Why this document was among those about the Kennedy's assassination or why it was marked by the National Archives and Records Administration's JFK Task Force in 1994 with an "x" for "total denial" of its release isn't clear. A variety of sex acts deviating from the normal were observed". It notes that two previous aides were party members and eight others, who helped shape Dr King's organisation in its early stages, had communist affiliations.