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  • Here's the Weirdest Part of Trent Franks Harassment Story

    Here's the Weirdest Part of Trent Franks Harassment Story

    Initial reports of his resignation did not give a reason why, but new details are emerging. Franks says he deeply regrets "that my discussion of this option and process in the workplace caused distress". On Thursday, Democratic Senator Al Franken announced on the Senate floor that he too would resign his Minnesota seat amid harassment claims. Franks is also a member of the House Freedom Caucus, a hard-right faction that has often clashed with Republican leaders.

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  • Missing 3-Year-Old North Carolina Girl Believed Dead; Mother's Boyfriend Arrested

    Missing 3-Year-Old North Carolina Girl Believed Dead; Mother's Boyfriend Arrested

    Arrest warrants obtained by CBS North Carolina report Kimrey obstructed justice by, "removing Mariah Woods' body from the scene of her death and did hide Mariah Woods' death and body, knowing that Mariah Woods died from unnatural causes". The girl is shy and has an orthopedic leg problem, her grandmother said, according to CBS News. Family members said Kimrey lived in the home with Mariah and her mother; photos on Facebook show the pair together with Mariah.

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  • Dem leaders scrap meeting with Trump after 'Chuck and Nancy' tweet

    Dem leaders scrap meeting with Trump after 'Chuck and Nancy' tweet

    The White House said on Wednesday that it does not expect the government to shut down next month, but has contingency plans in place if Congress fails to reach a deal on funding the government by a December 8 deadline. President Trump speaks at a meeting on November 27, 2017. Despite Schumer and Pelosi's absence, Trump seemed optimistic that the GOP's disaster of a tax reform bill will pass the Senate vote later this week.

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  • 'Group Of Death' Has Argentina, Croatia, Nigeria, Iceland In 2018

    'Group Of Death' Has Argentina, Croatia, Nigeria, Iceland In 2018

    There's more life than death in the 2018 FIFA World Cup groups. This group football pundit believes will favor Nigeria as the Super Eagles can easily knock out Iceland and contend with Brazil and England. "So, we can not surprise them like we did the last time (because) Lionel Messi will be here and Iceland is also a very good team, very strong physically - they have the best fans of the Europe".

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  • LA's pre-Thanksgiving heatwave breaks two records set in 1950

    LA's pre-Thanksgiving heatwave breaks two records set in 1950

    Temperatures "flirted with the freezing mark" on the North Shore overnight but are expected to warm up slightly across the New Orleans area to make for a sunny, autumnal Black Friday (Nov. The record high for Thanksgiving day is 87, set in 1950 and 2014. "So say we cool down to the upper 70s which it looks like is possible in the middle of next week, our average high is around 72", said WIlson.

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  • Smog-hit Delhi calls off odd-even vehicle rationing plan

    Smog-hit Delhi calls off odd-even vehicle rationing plan

    November 11 (ANI): Delhi government has got the signal from a court looking environmental issues to implement the odd-even vehicle movement scheme in the national capital to reduce pollution . The NGT, however, claims that no plea was filed by AAP for reconsideration, but said that, as the situation is getting critical, it will take up the hearing after the scheduled cases today.

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  • Fifteen Cuban Diplomats Expelled from Washington

    Fifteen Cuban Diplomats Expelled from Washington

    Despite the move the U.S.is not blaming Cuba for attacks on Americans in Havana and is maintaining diplomatic relations. On Sept. 29, the State Department ordered the departure of non-emergency personnel assigned to the U.S. Some U.S. officials have speculated that the attacks are the work of rogue Cuban operatives seeking to wreck relations with the U.S., or that of a third nation.

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  • Indian PM says shares Myanmar's concerns over Rakhine violence

    Indian PM says shares Myanmar's concerns over Rakhine violence

    He also visited Bogyoke Aung San Museum with Myanmar's State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi . The Prime Minister also said that future Indian projects would be in line with Myanmar's needs and priorities. The project is created to link Sittwe port in Myanmar, which India helped develop, with the the northeastern Indian state of Mizoram. He appreciated the role of the Indian diaspora in contributing towards to the development of wherever they have settled, adding that they also kept in touch ...

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  • 2 people test positive for West Nile virus

    2 people test positive for West Nile virus

    Joe Lynch, program manager for vector control and nuisances for the county board of health, said he couldn't release more details on the affected individual. People should minimize the time they spend outdoors at dusk and dawn, district officials said, and protect skin and indoor areas from mosquitoes. Less than 1 percent of people infected with WNV become seriously ill with symptoms that include a high fever, muscle weakness, stiff neck, disorientation, tremors, paralysis and coma.

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  • UN Security Council unanimously adopts new sanctions on N. Korea

    UN Security Council unanimously adopts new sanctions on N. Korea

    China , as a permanent member of the UNSC, upheld an impartial and objective position and played a responsible and constructive role in the process of the adoption of the resolution, he said. As such, this resolution "sends a clear message" to Pyongyang that the Security Council is united in condemning its violations and demanding the country give up its prohibited nuclear and ballistic missile programmes.

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  • Vatican: Too late to start care for Charlie Gard

    Vatican: Too late to start care for Charlie Gard

    On Wednesday, July 26, the lawyer representing Charlie Gard's parents reportedly told U.K.'s High Court, a doctor has offered to provide Charlie's necessary care at home or in a hospice. Mr Armstrong said Great Ormond Street bosses were not satisfied that a properly qualified specialist would be in charge under the couple's plan. It was previously determined Charlie will be moved to a hospice and taken off life support "shortly after" if no agreement was met.

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  • West Nile virus findings prompt mosquito warning for SL County residents

    West Nile virus findings prompt mosquito warning for SL County residents

    There were 13 cases of West Nile reported in Utah a year ago, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, with one case resulting in death. While West Nile can infect people of all ages, people over the age of 50 are at higher risk for severe infection. The resident lives in Little Elm and was diagnosed with West Nile Fever.

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  • Jaguar has unveiled its most affordable crossover

    Jaguar has unveiled its most affordable crossover

    But the E-Pace is meant to appeal to a much younger demographic who might prefer a more engaging drive, so the styling also owes something to the F-Type sportscar. Jaguar has said it will drive in a similar fashion to the all-wheel drive model, which will be a plus if true because most SUV owners never actually go off-road anyway.

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  • United Blood Services calls for donations to replenish low supplies

    United Blood Services calls for donations to replenish low supplies

    Donations from donors with the universal blood type O-negative are crucial due to the increase in accidents and trauma cases but donors of all types are needed. Additionally, numerous of blood drives are scheduled for the upcoming weeks. About 30 percent of INBC's blood supply goes to cancer patients across the Inland Northwest and one in seven people entering the hospital will need blood.

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  • Qatar delivers response to demands from Gulf Arab states

    Qatar delivers response to demands from Gulf Arab states

    Trump, spoke to Saudi Arabia's King Salman bin Abdulaziz, as well as Abu Dhabi's crown prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al Nahyan, and Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad al Thani. Doha has so far indicated that it rejects the demands. In them, Trump "reiterated the importance of stopping terrorist financing and discrediting extremist ideology" and also "underscored that unity in the region is critical" to combating terrorism .

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  • Another fiscal year ends with no budget

    Another fiscal year ends with no budget

    House Republican Leader Jim Durkin seemed befuddled by the change of heart, issuing a statement that there is "no agreement on a comprehensive budget package" and urged leaders to keep negotiating. Bruce Rauner , overwhelmingly approved a $36.5 billion spending plan on a preliminary vote. If lawmakers intend to spend $36.5 billion in fiscal 2018, nearly $5 billion in new revenue would be needed to make it balanced.

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  • Oracle skipper Spithill tough on, off water in America's Cup

    Oracle skipper Spithill tough on, off water in America's Cup

    Emirates Team New Zealand threw down the gauntlet on the opening day of the 35th America's Cup on Saturday with two surprise victories over defending champions Oracle Team New Zealand . "We've been in a tough situation before and overcome a lot of different challenges and now we've got to respond", Spithill said. With the racing being held on the weekends in Bermuda , there is now five-days before race five and six.

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  • Spike in crashes since pot legalized could lead to higher insurance costs

    Spike in crashes since pot legalized could lead to higher insurance costs

    Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) reports that legalizing recreational marijuana use in Colorado, Oregon and Washington has resulted in about 3 percent higher overall collision claim frequencies. It found a 3 percent increase in collision claims in those states compared with Wyoming, Idaho and Nevada, where it is not legal. Legal recreational pot sales in Colorado began in January 2014, followed six months later in Washington, and in October 2015 in Oregon.

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  • On 'Radio Times': Traveling to Cuba under Trump

    On 'Radio Times': Traveling to Cuba under Trump

    Disappointed with President Trump's decision to reverse USA policy on Cuba , a committee of American Catholic bishops is calling on the president to keep ordinary Cubans in mind as he curtails trade and tourism. Travelers must keep full and accurate records of all transactions related to any authorized travel, and such records must be available for OFAC examination for a five-year period following the conclusion of travel.

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  • Relay for Life raised thousands of dollars

    Relay for Life raised thousands of dollars

    Newton and McDonald County residents raised thousands of dollars at this years, Relay for Life. The American Cancer Society has won 47 Nobel Prize winning researches out of 207. The ceremony is followed by the survivor lap, a lap for all cancer survivors and people now being affected by cancer. At this year's event, the luminaria bags to honor those who have battled cancer were lined up in a single file down the center of Depot Street.

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