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Florida woman arrested for killing son who disappeared in 1986

Florida woman arrested for killing son who disappeared in 1986

Police have refused to say why they now suspect Fleming of murdering her son, whose body has never been found. At the time, she and the boy's stepfather claimed the boy disappeared from Broad Acres ...

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Combatting Trump, Two States Pull National Guard Troops From the Border

Combatting Trump, Two States Pull National Guard Troops From the Border

Newsom's move is an escalation of a long-running battle over immigration between California and the federal government, with the state's Democratic majorities pledging to serve as a buffer to Trump'...

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Pompeo says United States 'not covering up' Jamal Khashoggi's murder

Pompeo says United States 'not covering up' Jamal Khashoggi's murder

Bob Menendez of New Jersey and Republican Sen. "America's taken more action in response to the tragic murder of Jamal Khashoggi , and will continue to take more actions and continue our investiga...

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Russian Federation plans to temporarily disconnect the entire country from the internet

Russian Federation plans to temporarily disconnect the entire country from the internet

In addition, Russian telecom firms would also have to install "technical means" to re-route all Russian internet traffic to exchange points approved or managed by Roskomnazor , Russia's telecom watch...

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Russian islands declare emergency over polar bear `invasion`

Russian islands declare emergency over polar bear `invasion`

Belushya Guba is a settlement of about 2,000 people in Russia's remote Novaya Zemlya archipelago, which is best known for its spooky plankton blooms and apocalyptic nuclear bomb tests. Russian Fed...

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China Expresses ‘Strong Dissatisfaction’ After U.S. Warships Sail near Spratly Islands

China Expresses ‘Strong Dissatisfaction’ After U.S. Warships Sail near Spratly Islands

The two warships entered China's territorial seas around the Nansha Islands without permission from the Chinese government, ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said at a daily news briefing. China h...

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Amy Klobuchar dismisses reports she’s a tough boss

Amy Klobuchar dismisses reports she’s a tough boss

The president-who has always been a climate-change truther-tweeted: "Well, it happened again". Asked about the tweet from the president on ABC's Good Morning America , Klobuchar said, "That is so...

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Denver teachers go on strike in latest wave of walkouts

Denver teachers go on strike in latest wave of walkouts

Cordova says the district will review that plan for individual schools each day. In contrast, it took union and district negotiators more than a week to work through dozens of disagreements on a wid...

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Iran: Islamic revolution’s 40th anniversary commemorated, crowds chant ‘Death to America’

Iran: Islamic revolution’s 40th anniversary commemorated, crowds chant ‘Death to America’

Crowds were marching on Monday, heading out from a dozen points in the Iranian capital toward Tehran Azadi, or Freedom Square. 'We have not asked and will not ask for permission to develop different...

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Sen. Harris says she has smoked pot and supports marijuana legalization

Sen. Harris says she has smoked pot and supports marijuana legalization

He has two dauthers from a previous marriage. Cory Booker of New Jersey, a rival for the Democratic presidential nomination - that would end the federal marijuana prohibition. "We have incarcerated ...

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Trump Supporters Form Human ‘Wall’ Along U.S.-Mexico Border

Trump Supporters Form Human ‘Wall’ Along U.S.-Mexico Border

El Paso native Beto O'Rourke, a former Democratic congressman now mulling a presidential run, says barriers are inevitable but that Trump's calls for an expanded wall are the "cynical rhetoric of w...

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Newborn baby girl stuck in stormwater drain rescued

Newborn baby girl stuck in stormwater drain rescued

Passerbys are believed to have heard the baby's cries and alerted authorities on Monday morning. Bernadette Wicks , a reporter for a local news outlet, said that people had provided doors from thei...

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University hunts mom prowling campus looking for date for her son

University hunts mom prowling campus looking for date for her son

The mom reportedly approaches her victims, shows them a photo of her eligible son and asks if they are interested in dating him. Students at a university in the United States have been warned to be ...

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Big Snowstorm Possible Monday Night - Tuesday

Big Snowstorm Possible Monday Night - Tuesday

MONDAY: Snow showers in the evening will give way to a mixture of rain and snow overnight. This means the evening commute will be a rough drive. Snow will overspread the area during the mid/late mo...

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No-deal Brexit 'could cost 600000 jobs worldwide'

No-deal Brexit 'could cost 600000 jobs worldwide'

The Department for International Trade (DIT) says that trading on these preferential terms, rather than those set by the World Trade Organisation (WTO), will "deliver significant savings and help to s...

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Fox News Host Pete Hegseth Causes Hubbub Over Hand-Washing

Fox News Host Pete Hegseth Causes Hubbub Over Hand-Washing

So he did just that while speaking with co-hosts Ed Henry and Jedediah Bila. Hegseth dismissed the pizza as being "old" and went on to say: "My 2019 resolution is to say things on-air that I say off...

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USA warships again challenge China's claims in South China Sea

Navy spokesman Commander Clay Doss told USA media: "All operations are designed in accordance with worldwide law and demonstrate that the United States will fly, sail and operate wherever global law a...

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Republican North Carolina Congressman Walter Jones dies at 76

Republican North Carolina Congressman Walter Jones dies at 76

After faithfully representing the people of Eastern North Carolina in Congress and the state legislature for over 34 years, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) passed away this afternoon in Greenville,...

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Accuser of Lt. Gov. willing to testify to Virginia lawmakers

Accuser of Lt. Gov. willing to testify to Virginia lawmakers

Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax meanwhile has been denying claims of sexual assault and rape. Before leaving for the service in Chilhowie, a small town in the state's rural southwest corner, Nort...

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Turkey urges China to shut down Uighur concentration camps

Turkey urges China to shut down Uighur concentration camps

Beijing says the "vocational education centres" help people stay clear of terrorism and allow them to be reintegrated into society. Turkey has called on China to close its Muslim internment camps, w...

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Rep. Ilhan Omar slammed yet again for 'anti-Semitic' tweets

Rep. Ilhan Omar slammed yet again for 'anti-Semitic' tweets

Rep. Ilhan Omar , D-Minn, reportedly retweeted then deleted a Twitter post that accused her of anti-Semitism after she was called out from both sides of the aisle for tweeting that the USA relati...

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Indonesian police apologise after video emerges of them terrorising suspect with snake

Indonesian police apologise after video emerges of them terrorising suspect with snake

A Polish man, Jakub Skrzypski, who is being held in a Jayawijaya prison while on trial for treason said earlier this week he'd been assaulted by police officers visiting the prison as guards looked on...

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Buhari says his govt's duty is to jail looters

Buhari says his govt's duty is to jail looters

He is scheduled to visit the Palace of the Oba of Lagos, Rilwan Akiolu, State House, Marina and will later address APC supporters at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Surulere, in continuation of his Next L...

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Ex-PM Najib's SRC trial postponed

Ex-PM Najib's SRC trial postponed

According to report from Sin Chew Daily , the Court of Appeal allowed Najib's application for a stay of his trial that was due to start tomorrow at the Kuala Lumpur High Court. The next day, the form...

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Morning Breaking: Poisonous liquor kills 42 in Uttar Pradesh

Morning Breaking: Poisonous liquor kills 42 in Uttar Pradesh

More than 90 people are estimated to have died in Saharanpur and Haridwar, adjoining districts of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand states, after consuming the methanol-laced brew on Thursday. Later on ...

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Alleged Hitler Watercolors Go Unsold at German Auction

Alleged Hitler Watercolors Go Unsold at German Auction

The five watercolors were said to be from the Nazi dictator's early days as a struggling artist. The highest starting price at Saturday's auction in Nuremberg was 45,000 euros, or 51,000 USA dollars...

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Hakeem Al-Araibi to be released by Thailand court

Hakeem Al-Araibi to be released by Thailand court

He has denied those charges and says the case is politically motivated. On Monday evening, Foster tweeted his thanks to Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and his Government. Al-Araibi has said h...

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U.S. team in Beijing for trade talks

And President Donald Trump's aggressive strategy has failed to produce a reduction in the USA trade deficit with China, which he set as a primary goal. At a press conference hours after the summit in ...

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Egypt's el-Sissi Elected New Chairman of African Union

Egypt's el-Sissi Elected New Chairman of African Union

A statue of Emperor Haile Selassie, the last emperor of Ethiopia and a longtime ruler who served from 1930 until his overthrow by the Marxist regime in 1974, was unveiled outside the African Union's h...

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South Korea signs new deal to pay United States more for troop presence

South Korea signs new deal to pay United States more for troop presence

The last agreement expired on December 31. South Korean media earlier reported that Trump demanded South Korea double its spending for the US military deployment, before his government eventually as...

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Amy Klobuchar Looked Like A Snowman Today

Amy Klobuchar Looked Like A Snowman Today

An exuberant crowd gathered on a cold and snowy day at a park along the Mississippi River waterfront with the city's skyline in the background . The campaign has provided cookies and 100 gallons each...

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U.S. special envoy resumes Afghan peace diplomacy

U.S. special envoy resumes Afghan peace diplomacy

The State Department said the trip "is part of an overall effort to facilitate a peace process that protects U.S. national security interests and brings all Afghan parties together in an intra-Afghan ...

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Demonstrator loses hand at Paris ‘yellow vest’ march

Demonstrator loses hand at Paris ‘yellow vest’ march

One witness who filmed the incident, 21-year-old Cyprien Royer, said the victim was a yellow jacket photographer taking pictures of people trying to break down the barriers protecting the entrance to ...

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NY woman resorts to baseball bat after patty not available

NY woman resorts to baseball bat after patty not available

Surveillance video shows the woman smashing the front of the restaurant. The unidentified woman went to the Back Home Restaurant about 4:20 p.m. on January 15 and ordered a beef patty, but an employ...

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Netanyahu Election Rival Suggests West Bank Settlements Could Be Dismantled

Netanyahu Election Rival Suggests West Bank Settlements Could Be Dismantled

Likud pledges to maintain the country's military presence and expand the Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank. Although he did not say so in the interview, Gantz could support a withdrawal...

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