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Ump to reporter: 'I know you're not thinking

Ump to reporter: 'I know you're not thinking

Then the president said , "she's shocked that I picked her. Like in a state of shock", he said. Always proud of your work @ceciliavegaabc #1stAmendment #AsktheQuestions #Repost ・・・ After calling on ...

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Senate Judiciary Committee Receives FBI Report on Kavanaugh

Senate Judiciary Committee Receives FBI Report on Kavanaugh

Lindsey Graham told a crowd Wednesday to go "boo" itself after audience members erupted in a chorus of laments in response to his claim that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has been treated...

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Trudeau sets out to sell Canadians on trade pact

Trudeau sets out to sell Canadians on trade pact

Then the Trans-Pacific Partnership opened up another 3.25 per cent of the market for the 10 countries involved in that deal. Speaking to the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade (GVBOT) Tuesday, Morneau...

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Six Malaysian rescue divers drown in bid to save boy

Six Malaysian rescue divers drown in bid to save boy

They were all wearing complete diving equipment and were tied to a single rope, he said. "Suddenly a strong current occurred in the area, causing all victims to spin in the water while all their equ...

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FBI Makes 'Ricin Case' Arrest After Man Sends Castor Seeds To Pentagon

FBI Makes 'Ricin Case' Arrest After Man Sends Castor Seeds To Pentagon

Authorities say a Navy veteran has been arrested in connection with suspicious letters addressed to President Donald Trump, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and Adm. USA investigators have almost ruled ou...

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Utah man arrested in sending suspicious envelopes to President Trump, Pentagon

The FBI arrested a man in Logan, Utah, on suspicion of mailing threatening letters to Pentagon officials and the White House that were initially thought to contain the poison ricin . They said one ...

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India under fire as it deports Rohingya Muslims to Myanmar

India under fire as it deports Rohingya Muslims to Myanmar

Earlier the Supreme Court rejected a petition that sought to stall the deportation of seven Rohingya Muslims to Myanmar. A three-judge bench of the Supreme Court, led by Chief Justice of India Ranj...

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Russian hackers accused of targeting United Nations chemical weapons watchdog, MH17 files

Russian hackers accused of targeting United Nations chemical weapons watchdog, MH17 files

Britain's Defence Minister Gavin Williamson stands in the main chamber during the second day of a meeting of the North Atlantic Council at a gathering of NATO defence ministers at NATO headquarters in...

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More than 250 people have died taking selfies, study finds

More than 250 people have died taking selfies, study finds

A taxi driver was also reportedly mauled to death in India after stopping to take a picture with a bear. Dr Bansal added that he was also concerned about how numerous selfie-related fatalities inv...

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One dead after man shoots seven SC police officers

One dead after man shoots seven SC police officers

One of the five officers has died , Florence County Coroner Keith von Lutcken said , according to CNN affiliate WBTW . "We are advising everyone to stay away from the area". Nunn said officers fro...

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Hold on to your hope in God, Najib tells Rosmah

Hold on to your hope in God, Najib tells Rosmah

She was interrogated yesterday for the third time as part of its probe into SRC International, a former subsidiary of state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad. Ms Nooryana, in an Instagram post on Wedn...

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Federal Bureau of Investigation agent shot by wheelchair in booby-trapped OR home

Federal Bureau of Investigation agent shot by wheelchair in booby-trapped OR home

A man has been charged with assault on a federal officer after a FBI agent sent to a property in OR was shot from a booby-trapped wheelchair. Rodvelt's alleged array of booby traps saw an Federal Bu...

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Bolton: Palestine ‘Is Not a State’

Bolton: Palestine ‘Is Not a State’

The Trump administration has also closed the PLO office in Washington in response to Palestinians turning to the ICC to investigate Israeli violations. As motivation for the withdrawal, he pointed t...

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Theresa May dances to ABBA’s Dancing Queen, Netizens are freaking out

Theresa May dances to ABBA’s Dancing Queen, Netizens are freaking out

Theresa May today danced onto the stage to deliver her make or break speech in a bid to unite Britain and her bitterly divided party. May has been filmed dancing on several occasions over the...

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Pompeo backs away from denuclearization goal for North Korea

Pompeo backs away from denuclearization goal for North Korea

Both Pompeo and Trump spoke about a second North Korean summit in positive terms last week in NY, while attending the United Nations General Assembly . Trump then called off Pompeo's plan to travel...

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Brett Kavanaugh describes friends as 'obnoxious drunks' in 1983 letter

Brett Kavanaugh describes friends as 'obnoxious drunks' in 1983 letter

Kavanaugh, through his attorneys, told The Times he wrote the note "to organize "Beach Week" in the summer of 1983 ". The note could bolster growing scrutiny around the Supreme Court nominee's testimo...

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Helicopter jailbreak gangster arrested in France

Helicopter jailbreak gangster arrested in France

Before his latest prison escape, he was serving 25 years for the 2010 death of a police officer, 26-year-old Aurelie Fouquet, killed in a botched robbery. This picture taken on July 1, 2018 in Aulnay-...

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Border Patrol Agent’s Gender-Reveal Party Sparked Arizona Fire, Lawyer Says

Border Patrol Agent’s Gender-Reveal Party Sparked Arizona Fire, Lawyer Says

Dickey has called the day he started the fire one of the worst days of his life. When Dickey shot the target, the explosion sparked the fire that spread for thousands of acres. The trend has been cr...

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I Know You’re Not Thinking, You Never Do

Cecilia responds, "I'm not, thank you Mr. President". "Okay question? Yeah, go ahead, sure", Trump said, calling on a Vega in the audience. "What does that have to do with trade?" He'd talk abo...

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New Zealand Customs Can Fine You for Refusing to Disclose Passwords

New Zealand Customs Can Fine You for Refusing to Disclose Passwords

Digital "strip searches", as full digital inspections have become known, are becoming increasingly common. A device could be confiscated for further examination only if the preliminary search led of...

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China, US in row over warship’s movement

China, US in row over warship’s movement

The incident highlights the escalating tensions between Washington and Beijing, with any misstep or accident in East Asia's sea and airspace now threatening to trigger a full-scale war between the riv...

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Australia to abandon

Australia to abandon "sexist" tampon tax in Goods and Services Tax

Now that everyone's in agreement that essential items should absolutely not be taxed to buggery, it's predicted that the removal of GST from sanitary products will be fully rolled out by January 2019...

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Kavanaugh accusers’ lawyers question FBI’s investigation so far

Kavanaugh accusers’ lawyers question FBI’s investigation so far

President Donald Trump for the first time directly mocked Christine Blasey Ford's testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee by casting doubt on her testimony during a campaign rally. If th...

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To ease Iran sanctions for relief aid

To ease Iran sanctions for relief aid

The two countries have been at loggerheads with each other ever since the USA pulled out of the 2015 deal under which Iran had agreed to put curbs on its nuclear program in exchange for the lifting of...

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Putin calls former Russian spy poisoned in Britain a 'scumbag'

Putin calls former Russian spy poisoned in Britain a 'scumbag'

To purchase the advanced missile systems, it will cost India over $5 billion. Air force (IAF) chief Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa said the Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATS...

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Tropical Storm Leslie to bring stronger winds

Tropical Storm Leslie to bring stronger winds

Tropical Storm Leslie is located 720 miles east-northeast of Bermuda and is moving to the west-southwest at 5 mph (7 km/h). A slower forward motion is anticipated by Sunday night, and Leslie is fo...

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Melania Trump forges ahead as first lady with Africa trip

Melania Trump forges ahead as first lady with Africa trip

U.S. first lady Melania Trump gives a speech on her initiative "Be Best" during a reception she is hosting in honor of UNGA attendees at the United States mission to the UN on the sidelines of the U...

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FBI interviews Brett Kavanaugh's friend Mark Judge as part of investigation

FBI interviews Brett Kavanaugh's friend Mark Judge as part of investigation

One Republican official said he'd been told it was possible the FBI investigation could be completed as soon as Tuesday night or Wednesday morning, but it remained unclear. Both Kavanaugh and Judge ...

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Malaysia again questions Najib and Rosmah in 1MDB probe

Malaysia again questions Najib and Rosmah in 1MDB probe

Madam Rosmah had filed an application last month to strike out the case on grounds that Mr Halimeh can not claim money through the civil court without the consent of the Attorney-General, citing anti-...

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Iraq parliament elects Barham Salih as country's new president

Iraq parliament elects Barham Salih as country's new president

Salih was previously the PUK's Deputy Secretary-General, but due to the party's internal turmoil, namely over the absence of its late leader, Jalal Talabani, he left the PUK in September 2017 to form ...

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European Union will not be given immigration priority after Brexit, Theresa May says

European Union will not be given immigration priority after Brexit, Theresa May says

British Retail Consortium chief executive Helen Dickinson said the immigration system should be "demand-led" rather than based on a "cut-off line somewhere arbitrarily on salary or types of skills". A...

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Indonesia President Makes Second Visit To City Hit By Earthquake, Tsunami

Indonesia President Makes Second Visit To City Hit By Earthquake, Tsunami

As if to remind the world of the tectonic fragility of Indonesia , a series of quakes hit the island of Sumba on Tuesday, albeit hundreds of kilometres from Palu . The U.N. said the Indonesian Min...

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Man Attempted to Buy Child off Mother for $200,000

Man Attempted to Buy Child off Mother for $200,000

The woman, Tracy Nigh, told police the 81-year-old Kolb asked her if she was married before changing the subject to her daughter. As the pair were leaving, police said, Kolb grabbed the girl's arm, ...

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Trump Mocks Kavanaugh Accuser Christine Blasey Ford at Mississippi Rally

Trump Mocks Kavanaugh Accuser Christine Blasey Ford at Mississippi Rally

Christine Blasey Ford ", tweeted Michael Bromwich, a former high-ranking Department of Justice official who is now representing the professor. "I never saw Brett black out or not be able to remember...

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Manchester students ban clapping and insist on 'jazz hands'

Manchester students ban clapping and insist on 'jazz hands'

In its motion, the union stated that "loud noises, including whooping and traditional applause, can pose an issue for students with disabilities such as anxiety or sensory issues". Morgan wasn't the...

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