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  • Mueller Unveils New Charges in Russia Probe

    Mueller Unveils New Charges in Russia Probe

    US Special Counsel Robert Mueller [official website] on Friday indicted [indictment, PDF] Attorney Alex van der Zwaan for false statements made during the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election.

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  • Donald Trump denies forcibly kissing woman in 2006

    Donald Trump denies forcibly kissing woman in 2006

    That changed with two late morning tweets. At issue, an allegation by Rachel Crooks , 35, who was a secretary for a company that had an office in Trump's Manhattan building. It's like a magnet. I just want people to listen. Or the email she sent a few days after that to another relative: "Ah yes, the Donald kiss...very creepy man, let me tell you!" "You can do anything".

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  • Clarence Thomas, in Dissent, Asserts Gun Rights Aren't 'Favored' at High Court

    Clarence Thomas, in Dissent, Asserts Gun Rights Aren't 'Favored' at High Court

    The Supreme Court left the ruling intact Tuesday over the objections of Thomas, who said the state had presented no evidence that a 10-day wait promotes public safety when applied to people who already own guns. "The waiting period provides time not only for background checks, but for the purchaser to reflect on what he or she is doing, and, perhaps, for second thoughts that might prevent gun violence", Judge Mary Schroeder said in the 3-0 ruling.

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  • Freezing rain and freezing drizzle possible Monday night into Tuesday

    Freezing rain and freezing drizzle possible Monday night into Tuesday

    Overnight, there's a slight chance of drizzle after 4 a.m., patchy fog after 5 a.m., otherwise partly cloudy skies, a low around 32 and south winds at 10 to 15 miles per hour decreasing to 5 to 10 miles per hour after midnight. They will be brisk from 10 to 20 miles per hour. North, northeast wind 8 to 11 miles per hour. Expect temperatures to fall to around 30 by sunrise Wednesday morning.

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  • Freezing rain likely until noon; tree damage possible; traffic accidents reported

    Freezing rain likely until noon; tree damage possible; traffic accidents reported

    The ice will result in hard travel conditions, including during the morning commute on Monday. The next round of winter winter weather enters northeast Wisconsin this afternoon and continues into Tuesday . Heavy rain to the south caused flooded streets in Janesville, with the area of Ruger Avenue and Wright Road experiencing so much flooding that police advised residents not to use those streets.

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  • U.S. to reveal drill plan next month

    U.S. to reveal drill plan next month

    Seoul and Washington intend to stage the now postponed annual joint military drills "as planned", United States Forces Korea (USFK) confirmed to NK News on Tuesday. "I am aware that discussion between the South Korean and the USA military authorities are underway to resume the military drills", Cho Myoung-Gyon said, saying he saw no reason to oppose them.

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  • Heavy Snow Possible Saturday Night, Weather Service Says

    Heavy Snow Possible Saturday Night, Weather Service Says

    New York City can expect 2 to 4 inches of snow while points north and west could get 4 to 6 inches of accumulation before the fast-moving storm is over. Highs around 40°F. Wind chill values as low as 21°F. Weather data graphs as of 8:40am on Saturday , February 17, 2018 as reported by a weather station located near Ferndale High School.

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  • Mitt Romney makes it official: He's running for Utah Senate seat

    Mitt Romney makes it official: He's running for Utah Senate seat

    Some Utah Republicans may still question whether the one-time abortion-rights supporter is too much of an outsider or too moderate for their tastes, but he's not expected to face any serious primary or general election challenge. The video doesn't address Trump directly but does make a heavy-handed reference to immigration. "I will owe the Senate seat to no one but the people of Utah", he said.

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  • Afghanistan slipping away from USA forces, indicates UNAMA Report 2017

    Afghanistan slipping away from USA forces, indicates UNAMA Report 2017

    It may be mentioned that United Nations started documenting the casualties in Afghanistan in 2009 and it had no data of human causalities from 2001 to 2009. This amounted to three times as many attacks as in 2016, double the number of deaths and 30 percent more total civilian casualties. The offer comes amid increased United States airstrikes against the Taliban in southern and northern Afghanistan as Trump's administration is now mainly focusing on the use of force against the insurgents.

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  • UAE and Gulf states pledge billions for Iraq

    UAE and Gulf states pledge billions for Iraq

    Neighbouring Kuwait said earlier on Wednesday it would lend Iraq $1 billion and commit a further $1 billion in investments. Qatar announced $US1 billion in loans and investments while the United Arab Emirates pledged $US500 million for rebuilding.

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  • Second judge blocks Trump from ending DACA

    Second judge blocks Trump from ending DACA

    This week the Supreme Court is set to meet behind closed doors to discuss whether to take up the Trump administration's appeal of the related case. He noted that the plan was based in part on the "plainly incorrect factual premise" that the program was illegal.

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  • Trump Administration Wants to Eliminate Food Stamps for Home Delivered Food Boxes

    Trump Administration Wants to Eliminate Food Stamps for Home Delivered Food Boxes

    The motion would affect those who receive at least $90 a month in SNAP- which includes the vast majority of recipients, as half of their benefits would be received in the form of a " USDA Foods package ". Stricter work requirements would be enacted for households with able-bodied adults to continue to receive food stamps under the "Welfare to Work" section of Trump's proposed budget .

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  • Oklahoma basketball: NCAA selection committee has Sooners as No. 4 seed

    Oklahoma basketball: NCAA selection committee has Sooners as No. 4 seed

    On Sunday, the NCAA men's basketball selection committee revealed the top 16 teams in the field as of this moment in the season. Last season, 15 of the preliminary top 16 remained in that group for the bracket a month later. 4 seed in the West , but delving deeper into the resumes, Rhode Island looks better almost across the board. Kentucky (17-8, 6-6 SEC) has been projected as a No.

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  • United Kingdom charities warned after Haiti sex claims

    United Kingdom charities warned after Haiti sex claims

    It said an Oxfam report on the investigation stated there had been no allegations of abuse of beneficiaries and made no mention of any potential sexual crimes involving minors. If the moral leadership at the top of the organisation is not there then we can not have you as a partner. "As a direct result of the stories in The Times , staff members have come forward with concerns about how staff were recruited and vetted in this case", said Caroline Thomson, chair of trustees for Oxfam GB.

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  • Winter weather advisory is in effect on Saturday

    Winter weather advisory is in effect on Saturday

    Monday , it will be sunny with a high near 37 and an east wind of 3 to 8 miles per hour, the weather service said. At this time I am not expecting much in the way of accumulating snow . Another round of snow is expected this weekend across central and eastern Kansas. This will allow us to cool back off in to the low and middle 20s Sunday night with gradually clearing clouds.

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  • S.Korea seeks understanding for breaking NK sanctions

    But critics in the South say Seoul has made too many concessions to Pyongyang, and demonstrators protested on Thursday as a North Korean orchestra gave a sold-out performance in Gangneung, which is hosting Olympic events. While the main organiser of the Olympics said the display would not affect the "dynamics" of the event, the United States had said it would prefer the North did not go ahead with it.

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  • One officer dead, two others shot in Georgia while serving warrant

    One officer dead, two others shot in Georgia while serving warrant

    Atlanta media reports said a Locust Grove officer and two Henry County, Ga., sheriff's deputies were taken to hospitals, one by helicopter and two by ambulance. The brother of the wounded Deputy Michael Corley, Wade Corley, told Christy Hutchings with the New Talk 106.7 his brother will survive his wounds. The names of the officers, along with that of the suspect, have not been released.

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  • Top Trump aides knew of abuse allegations

    By Thursday, Porter had left the White House permanently as attention on the abuse allegations increased. Despite their history, Willoughby said she never wanted him to lose his White House job, because she thought he was good at it, but "this is a effect of his actions".

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  • Prosecutor attacks Trump's 'ghoulish' comments on death of Colts' Edwin Jackson

    Prosecutor attacks Trump's 'ghoulish' comments on death of Colts' Edwin Jackson

    Mr Monroe and Jackson were pronounced dead at the scene by the Marion County Coroner's Office. "We will simply seek justice on behalf of the families of those two victims". "He's very distraught to say the least", said his lawyer, Jorge Torres. He questioned whether his client could get a fair trial given the local publicity about the case and his immigration issues.

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  • US, North Korea trade warnings on nuclear talks

    US, North Korea trade warnings on nuclear talks

    North Korea's most widely distributed state-owned newspaper wrote following the State of the Union address . However, it is not clear whether Pyongyang can launch a nuclear charged intercontinental ballistic missile. Koh Yu-hwan, a North Korea expert at Dongguk University, agreed that the USA touching on the North Korea's internal human rights problems is in line with its maximum pressure campaign.

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  • Alabama 2018 recruiting rankings: Where the Tide's class ranks nationally, in conference

    Alabama 2018 recruiting rankings: Where the Tide's class ranks nationally, in conference

    Alabama added three other three-star prospects Wednesday, giving it a total of 20 in the signing class. Since then, Alabama has had the No. 1 recruiting class in eight of the past 11 years. Surtain made his announcement during a star-studded press conference at his high school. Georgia signed the top-ranked class as Alabama fell behind sixth-place Clemson , No.

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