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After the latest missile launch on Friday , White House National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster said the United States was fast running out of patience with North Korea's missile and nuclear programs. The latest launch, which the statement referred to as a "manifest violation" of Security Council resolutions comes just days after the country conducted its sixth nuclear test.
  • Rouhani at United Nations defends Iran nuclear deal against 'rogue newcomers'

    Rouhani at United Nations defends Iran nuclear deal against 'rogue newcomers'

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    His comment and Rouhani's, came just hours before Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif were to attend a European Union-hosted meeting about the agreement at the United Nations . The president's goal during that time is to prod America's European allies, who are part of the nuclear deal, to agree to renegotiate some provisions, and pressure Iran back into talks.
  • James Corden Admits He's

    James Corden Admits He's "Disappointed" by Photo of Himself Kissing Sean Spicer

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    Former high-profile White House staffers Sean Spicer , Steve Bannon, and Anthony Scaramucci are staying loyal to President Trump as they try to carve out new lucrative or influential roles. "I was surprised at how nice people were to me", he said , "even the people who I know don't agree with me politically". The " Late Show " host has soared in the ratings this year with comedy that has been sharply critical of Trump and his team.
  • Lorain residents worry about family in Puerto Rico

    Lorain residents worry about family in Puerto Rico

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    But no deaths have been reported on the US territory. The collection bins will be as much a presence as the music, dancing, and food still to come as Puerto Ricans celebrate their heritage while confronting a challenge back home. Gonzalez said he has not been able to communicate with his father and extended family on the island. "We have no contact, we don't know what's going on", Lynnet said.
  • New Zealand struck by two earthquakes

    New Zealand struck by two earthquakes

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    Wellington residents reported feeling the strongest quake and used social media to check on family and friends. MetLink Wellington said all its trains had temporarily stopped due to the quake. A few places across the south island may have felt the shake. A moderate magnitude-5.1 natural disaster has shaken the centre of the country. The more distant natural disaster measured 6.1, USGS reported.
  • FIR against CBI for trying to enter Orissa HC judge's house

    FIR against CBI for trying to enter Orissa HC judge's house

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    The CBI filed the FIR against him under Section-8 of Prevention of Corruption Act and Section 120-B which pertains to criminal conspiracy. Odisha: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is in big trouble after allegedly landing up at the home of an Orissa High Court judge though it was looking to raid a retired Chief Justice under investigation for corruption.
  • US, Allies 'Will Not Be Intimidated' by North Korea

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    Standing before a B-2 stealth bomber and a vast U.S. flag, Donald Trump on Friday (Sept 15) lashed out at North Korea warned that advanced U.S. weaponry could make the souls of America's enemies "crumble". South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who ran on a platform of improved relations and expanded dialogue with Pyongyang, said after Thursday's missile launch that "dialogue is impossible in a situation like this".
  • Two more suspects arrested over London metro attack

    Two more suspects arrested over London metro attack

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    Police searched what is believed to be the 21-year-old's home in Stanwell, Surrey, on Sunday . Two addresses in Newport are being searched. Police also raided a home in Sunbury, a town west of London on Saturday. An 18-year-old man was arrested by Kent Police in the port area of Dover at approximately 7:50am under section 41 of the Terrorism Act. The teenage suspect had been trying to leave the United Kingdom as a foot passenger on a Dover ferry at 7.50am - nearly 24 hours after the blast ...
  • Surveillance camera catches teen returning stranger's wallet, $1500

    Surveillance camera catches teen returning stranger's wallet, $1500

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    Opdyke knocked on the door to try to return the wallet in person, but when no one answered he spotted the surveillance cameras and flashed the wallet at the cameras before putting it under the front doormat. Tyler said he would want someone to return his wallet to him if it was found. "I don't open my door to strangers, or anyone really that I don't know or recognize".
  • US Pres. Trump Believes Peace Can Happen Between Israel, Palestinian Authority

    US Pres. Trump Believes Peace Can Happen Between Israel, Palestinian Authority

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    I think there's a good chance that it could happen. "I think that today, Israel and its words are being taken seriously; it is preferable". "Historically people say it can't happen", Trump commented. He then quickly pivoted to the Iranian nuclear deal, telling the president, "I want to discuss with you what you call the bad nuclear deal with Iran".
  • Manafort offered Russian billionaire 'private briefings' on Trump campaign

    Manafort offered Russian billionaire 'private briefings' on Trump campaign

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    Manafort emailed an overseas intermediary requesting that his message be passed along to aluminum magnate Oleg Deripaska, a close ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin with whom Manafort had previously done business . Paul Manafort , the second of Donald Trump's presidential campaign managers, is in serious legal jeopardy. In one April exchange days after Trump named Manafort as a campaign strategist, Manafort boasted about his great press and growing reputation and asked, "How do we ...
  • 'We need to help': Montrealers collect supplies for hurricane-ravaged Barbuda

    'We need to help': Montrealers collect supplies for hurricane-ravaged Barbuda

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    Virgin Islands was hit devastatingly by Hurricane Irma last week being one of the most prominent public figures helping play a part in the rebuilding efforts. There is no electricity and no clean water. Now that school is back in session, Antigua must find room for these students. The cost of reconstruction has been estimated to be in the region of $200 million and would likely take several years to complete.
  • Nations Sign US Declaration on Reform of United Nations

    Nations Sign US Declaration on Reform of United Nations

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    He referred to Kim Jong Un as " rocket man " and said that Kim is on a "suicide mission" with his escalation of nuclear tensions. Trump suggested he might withdraw the US from a 2015 deal negotiated by former President Barack Obama to curb Iran's nuclear program, calling it "one of the worst and most one-sided transactions".
  • 1st LD: California sues Trump administration over border wall

    1st LD: California sues Trump administration over border wall

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    Last week, the Department of Homeland Security officially approved the administration's request to waive a slew of environmental laws in construction of the border wall near San Diego, relying on a federal statute that allows the federal government to expedite construction of barriers or border projects that serve a national security goal.
  • Facebook COO 'disgusted' by ad targeting tools, will add more human oversight

    Facebook COO 'disgusted' by ad targeting tools, will add more human oversight

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    The ads would reach users whose Facebook profiles included those search terms as a field of interest. The fact that the tech firm even had this option for ad targeting was "totally inappropriate and a fail on our part", she said. The company said Friday that it "immediately removed" the anti-Semitic advertising categories after ProPublica's report. In addition, Sandberg said the company has clarified its advertising policies and will toughen up its enforcement.
  • Ivanka Trump reveals she had postpartum depression with each of her children

    Ivanka Trump reveals she had postpartum depression with each of her children

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    Oz Show ". "With each of my three children I had some level of postpartum [depression]", Trump says during the interview. "And I had had such easy pregnancies that in some way the juxtaposition hit me even harder". Oz Show ". Although most people understood what Ivanka was trying to say in her tweet, plenty of people roasted her for implying the exact opposite of what she meant .
  • Rihanna dazzles at Fenty Beauty launch in London

    Rihanna dazzles at Fenty Beauty launch in London

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    But the inclusive line of foundation is also helping those with extremely light skin get a high quality foundation in their shade - and this albino woman's review of the product proves it. " I felt that me finally being myself was 'Worth it!,' " Robertson added. Rihanna poses at the London launch of her Fenty Beauty line wearing a purple dress and silver sandals on September 20.
  • Hurricane Maria strenghtens into Category 2 storm

    Hurricane Maria strenghtens into Category 2 storm

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    Maria is expected to gain strength through the weekend and become a hurricane by late Monday, forecasters said. Late in the evening, the hurricane made landfall over the island nation of Dominica with maximum sustained winds of 160 miles per hour.
  • Mover to Watch for: Sealed Air Corporation

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    Hoplite Capital Management Lp sold 1.21M shares as the company's stock declined 9.02% while stock markets rallied. The transaction was disclosed in a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, which can be accessed through the SEC website .