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Elizabeth Warren's Big Crowds Don't Happen by Accident

Elizabeth Warren's Big Crowds Don't Happen by Accident

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Sen. Elizabeth Warren: "Our democracy is paralyzed". Her plan also includes an overhaul of the election finance system to do away with super PACs through c...

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Three Aussies Share In Massive $150 Million Powerball Jackpot

Three Aussies Share In Massive $150 Million Powerball Jackpot

The identity of the New South Wales division one victor also now remains a mystery, as lottery officials have so far been unable to get hold of the online player. The Powerball rocketed to $150 millio...

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Mom Arrested After Allegedly Rubbing Fatal Dose of Fentanyl on Child's Gums

Mom Arrested After Allegedly Rubbing Fatal Dose of Fentanyl on Child's Gums

Officers immediately began performing CPR and the girl was taken to Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center, but efforts to save the child were unsuccessful. The man allegedly witnessed Nelligan...

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Taliban open to new talks with US after bloody attacks

Taliban open to new talks with US after bloody attacks

More Taliban attacks are expected in coming days as Afghans prepare for a presidential election on September 28. Later, the channel reported an explosion in the Afghan capital Kabul near the US Em...

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Three-peat? Israelis contend with prospect of third election

Three-peat? Israelis contend with prospect of third election

Gantz, Netanyahu's main opponent in Israel's general election, told reporters he should be the prime minister in a broad unity government. "Therefore, there is no choice but to form a broad unity gove...

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Minnesota student climate strikers to march on Capitol

Minnesota student climate strikers to march on Capitol

Our school district is aware of the Missoula Climate Strike and associated activities planned for Friday, September 20-27, 2019. The King County Council voted Wednesday to support students partici...

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Gun Reform Will Not Hurt Second Amendment

Gun Reform Will Not Hurt Second Amendment

The President said his administration was working with Democrats and Republicans to craft the package, but cautioned against the ideas of some Democrats, including presidential candidate Beto O'Rour...

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Gran, 81, fights off cash machine robber

Gran, 81, fights off cash machine robber

Remarkable CCTV footage shows the twice-widowed retired vehicle factory welder battling back and forcing the mugger to run off. "She wasn't expecting me, I tell you!" The young woman ran off round...

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Trump administration to block California's auto emissions standards

Trump administration to block California's auto emissions standards

Moreover, some carmakers contend that without significant increases in fuel efficiency, USA vehicles will be less competitive globally, ultimately resulting in job loss. The policy shift could have pr...

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Trump Calls Media Report About Whistleblower Complaint 'Fake News'

Trump Calls Media Report About Whistleblower Complaint 'Fake News'

A communication between President Donald Trump and a foreign leader prompted the whistleblower complaint , a source familiar with the case told CNN. As Trump was tweeting, the inspector general for...

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F-16 fighter jet crashes with pilot caught on high-voltage electricity line

F-16 fighter jet crashes with pilot caught on high-voltage electricity line

Both pilots of the plane ejected safely with the second landing on the ground. A large rescue involving 100 personnel attempted to free one of the pilots left dangling almost 100ft in the air. Oue...

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Saudi Attack: Houthi Rebels Say Country's Government Lying

Saudi Attack: Houthi Rebels Say Country's Government Lying

The Saudi Defence Ministry said it will hold a news conference on Wednesday at 14:30 GMT to present "material evidence and Iranian weapons proving the Iranian regime's involvement in the terrorist a...

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Mystery surrounds the disappearance of three billion birds since 1970

Mystery surrounds the disappearance of three billion birds since 1970

Many animals are threatened with extinction because of human activity, but that's not the only problem they face. Bobwhite quail numbers are down 80 percent, Mr Rosenberg said. Other formerly common...

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Indonesia raises the minimum age for brides to end child marriage

Indonesia raises the minimum age for brides to end child marriage

Its national chairman Datuk Heng Seai Kie said that while Malaysia has failed to address the issue of child marriages, its neighbour Indonesia, as the most populous Muslim country in the world, has sh...

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United States drone strike kills 30 farm workers in Afghanistan

United States drone strike kills 30 farm workers in Afghanistan

Thursday. According to Zaman, locals had notified authorities in the area that they would be collecting dried fruit. In what has been a deadly morning for Afghanistan , a suicide truck bomb killed ...

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PM Netanyahu hints at rotation with Gantz, cites Peretz-Shamir cooperation

PM Netanyahu hints at rotation with Gantz, cites Peretz-Shamir cooperation

A Likud spokesman said the leaders of right-wing factions met Netanyahu at the prime minister's office on Wednesday and pledged to work with him to form the next government. "The results announced don...

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Ilhan Omar Warns: Don't Trust Trump :: Politics :: News :: Ilhan Omar

Ilhan Omar Warns: Don't Trust Trump :: Politics :: News :: Ilhan Omar

And that we should just remember and never forget, not the day, but the aftermath. Appearing on CBS' Face the Nation , Omar was asked by host Margaret Brennan if she knew why people would find rema...

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Haze closes Malaysian schools, sparks fears for Singapore F1

Haze closes Malaysian schools, sparks fears for Singapore F1

Widodo regretted that local authorities have been slow in detecting and responding to fires before they start to grow. The haze continue to cause air traffic disruptions, with dozens of flights from...

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Drone operator alerts surfer to lurking shark in Australia, video shows

Drone operator alerts surfer to lurking shark in Australia, video shows

The surfer, who was caught off guard by the drone , paddled to shore right away and managed to scare off the shark in the water. The shark swims near the surfer. As the surfer swung his board towar...

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Met Police and Facebook unite to fight live streaming of terrorism

Met Police and Facebook unite to fight live streaming of terrorism

To stay one step ahead, Facebook is obtaining footage from U.S. and United Kingdom worldwide firearms training programmes to help it detect scenes like the mosques shootings. 'The technology Facebook ...

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Brexit bust-up: Boris Johnson accused of being the 'father of lies'

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Wednesday that the risk of a no-deal Brexit on October 31 is now "palpable", sparking a drop in the pound. Eadie denied the prime minister w...

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Merriam-Webster adds the nonbinary pronoun 'they' to its dictionary

Merriam-Webster adds the nonbinary pronoun 'they' to its dictionary

In a blog post , Merriam-Webster noted that the use of " they " as a singular gender-neutral pronoun has been consistent since the late 1300s but its use as a "pronoun of choice" for someone with non-...

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Syria: At least 10 fighters killed in missile strike

Syria: At least 10 fighters killed in missile strike

According to media reports, the attack took place in Boukamal, in the eastern Syrian province of Deir Az Zor. Alarmed by Tehran's growing presence in the region, Israel has carried out hundreds of s...

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Seattle schools not excusing students for Friday climate change walkout

Seattle schools not excusing students for Friday climate change walkout

However, the board noted students under 18 must still obtain parental permission to skip class . "What we want is more learning in schools and less activism in schools", the Prime Minister Scott Mo...

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Trump and House Democrats snared in new intelligence storm

US President, Donald Trump is the subject of a whistleblower complaint of "urgent concern" that was filed in the intelligence community in August, the Washington Post reported Wednesday night. "Th...

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New Zealand's Ardern starts Japan visit with China mix-up gaffe

New Zealand's Ardern starts Japan visit with China mix-up gaffe

Just yesterday the Asia New Zealand Foundation released a report questioning whether New Zealand had let its relationship with Japan "drift" amid trade differences and a shift in attention toward Chin...

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Australian carried his leg for two days after creek fall

Australian carried his leg for two days after creek fall

Parker, who founded a bushwalking club and has helped rescue other stranded hikers in the past, said knowledge had been instrumental to his survival, as he had set out well prepared with items such as...

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Lancashire plumber does work for free for elderly or vulnerable customers

Lancashire plumber does work for free for elderly or vulnerable customers

A British plumber's act of kindness is being recognized all over the world after he fixed a terminally ill 91-year-old woman's broken boiler - and didn't charge her a thing. " Depher CIC is here to...

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US disappointed after Solomon Islands cuts ties with Taiwan

US disappointed after Solomon Islands cuts ties with Taiwan

As reported by the Liberty Times , there was a meeting held Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Damukana Sogavare to discuss the move to switch diplomatic ties from Taiwan to China. According to ...

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Saudi Aramco to delay some of PetroChina's October oil loadings

Saudi Aramco to delay some of PetroChina's October oil loadings

While President Donald Trump hasn't directly blamed Iran for the attacks , Secretary of State Michael Pompeo has. There are expectations that the largest-ever disruption of crude production in S...

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New York State bans sale of flavoured e-cigarettes

New York State bans sale of flavoured e-cigarettes

They have identified 380 confirmed and probable cases in 36 states and one territory, including six deaths. The ban does not cover tobacco- or menthol-flavored e-cigarettes. Kruger added that many...

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Madhya Pradesh Farmer Grows Horn On Head After Injury

Madhya Pradesh Farmer Grows Horn On Head After Injury

The benign growth is also known as the devil's horn. An operation to remove the growth was performed at Bhagyoday Tirth Hospital in Sagar city. Surgeon Dr Vishal Gajbhiye mentioned: 'Round 5 years...

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Protesters and supporters clash as Trump attends Beverly Hills fundraiser

Protesters and supporters clash as Trump attends Beverly Hills fundraiser

I took a neutral stance. A Trump protester had a different view. "I've still got family members who are struggling to pay for their medication", Trump protester Tony Blackstone told the station....

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Hong Kong's Lam Sees No Benefit in Conceding to Protest Demands

Hong Kong's Lam Sees No Benefit in Conceding to Protest Demands

Pelosi thanked the activists for "challenging the conscience", not only of the Chinese government, but the worldwide community with their mass protests over the territory's autonomous status. The go...

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Khan warns Pakistanis against joining anti-India fight in Kashmir

Khan warns Pakistanis against joining anti-India fight in Kashmir

The European Union has urged India and Pakistan to engage in a direct dialogue with a view to a peaceful solution of Kashmir dispute in full respect of the global human rights obligations. The Chinese...

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