• Pres. Trump Heads to Ala. to Support Sen. Strange

    Pres. Trump Heads to Ala. to Support Sen. Strange

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    Sarah Palin (R) spoke at the rally for Moore, who is trying to oust Trump's favored candidate, Sen. Trump considered leaving odd on his own in the runoff against Moore as Moore surged ahead in late-August polling, CNN reported Thursday.
  • N Korea may test hydrogen bomb in Pacific

    N Korea may test hydrogen bomb in Pacific

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    The tubby tyrant delivered a fiery response to Donald Trump's United Nations address, where he declared North Korea would be destroyed if they did not give up their nuclear missiles. South Korean media called it the first such direct address to the world by Kim. Vipin Narang, a nuclear strategy expert at MIT, said that such a test could pose a danger to shipping and aircraft, even if the North declared a keep-out zone.
  • On Honeypreet hunt, Haryana cops raid Gurmeet's native house in Rajasthan

    On Honeypreet hunt, Haryana cops raid Gurmeet's native house in Rajasthan

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    He said that Ram Rahim would ask him to stay out of his room while she was inside with him and warned him to keep quiet about it. The actress also revealed "I'm in Delhi right now". Gupta claimed that Honeypreet was not adopted legally. According to media reports, Gupta said all decisions in the Dera are taken by Honeypreet and she wielded considerable influence on the Dera chief.
  • Trump administration scraps Obama's campus sexual assault rules

    Trump administration scraps Obama's campus sexual assault rules

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    The new guidance addresses one of the more controversial guidelines: standard of evidence. " Schools must continue to confront these horrific crimes and behaviors head-on". Critics said that was too low a standard, and DeVos has said that some innocent men were falsely accused under the standard. "But the process also must be fair and impartial, giving everyone more confidence in its outcomes".
  • Sushma raises H1B visa issue with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson

    Sushma raises H1B visa issue with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson

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    Sushma Swaraj was not present when Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Abe jointly launched the ambitious Rs 1 lakh crore bullet train project in Ahmedabad on September 14. "We did announce at the IBSA Foreign Ministry meeting that India will be hosting the sixth IBSA summit in 2018", Kumar said. It was the first SCO meeting attended by Swaraj after India was admitted as a member of the grouping in June.
  • Protesters Interrupt Comey's Speech At Howard University

    Protesters Interrupt Comey's Speech At Howard University

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    President Donald Trump , challenging the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director with a taste of the "real world" he was trying to describe to them. Months after President Donald Trump fired Comey in May, Howard officials invited the ex-FBI chief to take part in a series of lectures at the school during the academic year.
  • No one will trust USA if Trump ends nuclear deal: Rouhani

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    Not only does Trump's threat to withdraw from the deal increase the likelihood that Iran will develop nuclear weapons, it also sabotages our efforts to reduce the nuclear threat posed by other countries. During his own speech to the UN General Assemby, Mr Rouhani said that if the U.S. decides to scrap the deal negotiated by the Obama administration, the nation would only demolish its own credibility.
  • Trump trades insults with 'madman' North Korean leader Kim Jong Un

    Trump trades insults with 'madman' North Korean leader Kim Jong Un

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    In the top stories of the day, it always gets one of the most prior spots, thanks to the statements made by the North Korean Leader Kim Jong-Un through the state-controlled media of DPRK and Donald Trump of course. Experts said that as the North's leader warned of the strongest response, it is likely to further make provocative acts, including an ICBM test. Kim, in his statement, said Trump is "unfit to hold the prerogative of supreme command of a country".
  • Frantic rescue efforts continue at Mexican school

    Frantic rescue efforts continue at Mexican school

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    In the past few days, there have been many tweets heaping praises on Frida, a 7-year-old labrador who has saved the lives of at least 52 people in the past. Mexicans are grateful for her skills, as well as for the moments of lightheartedness she is providing. If they detect a person, Frida follows up to confirm.
  • Hurricane Irma: School make-up days

    Hurricane Irma: School make-up days

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    The Bibb district chose to make up two days, rather than just one, to ensure that students receive enough instruction time and preparation for assessments and don't miss out on learning opportunities, Chief of Staff Keith Simmons said. The decision to extend the school day was a collaborative effort across all DCSD divisions. Parents will receive a notification from their campus regarding dismissal time.
  • Death Toll From Mexico's 7.1 Magnitude Earthquake Keeps Rising

    Death Toll From Mexico's 7.1 Magnitude Earthquake Keeps Rising

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    The Mexican authorities have raised the number of casualties to 139 after a 7.1-magnitude quake shook the centre of the country, an official said. They said they expect the death toll to be much higher when all is done. And you still hear people in there, ' said Evodio Dario Marcelino, a volunteer at one building. The President of the Republic, Enrique Peña Nieto , initiated the MX Plan on September 19, 2017, and ordered the armed forces to assist local authorities and citizens in saving ...
  • Chinese Foreign Minister Warns Against N. Korea at UN

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    US President Donald Trump on Thursday signed an executive order to target North Korea's trading partners that "finance and facilitate trade" with the reclusive nation. Condemning the Nuclear Missile test by the North Korea, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that there is "no alternative to political and diplomatic ways" to resolve the situation on the Korean peninsula.
  • Haley: Trump's Iran deal criticism is not a clear sign he'll withdraw

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    It was not an angry tone at all. "So we're working very hard on it". He went on to declare that the " Iran deal was one of the worst and most one-sided transactions the United States has ever entered into". In any event, the U.S. Just ask Steve Bannon, Trump's former chief strategist, about the limitations of an attack on North Korea, which would likely unleash a barrage of missiles against South Korea and USA troops stationed there.
  • Kim Jong Un blasts Trump in scathing letter, calls him a 'dotard'

    Kim Jong Un blasts Trump in scathing letter, calls him a 'dotard'

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    Responding to Trump's new nickname for North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, 'Rocket Man' , Ri said: " I feel sorry for his aides ". Describing the U.S. He stressed that the sanctions were targeting "only one country, and that country is North Korea ". Trump signed an executive order on Thursday boosting the United States' ability to sanction foreign banks, individuals and companies that facilitate trade with North Korea .
  • Kill My Son If You Find Him In Illegal Drug Trade - President

    Kill My Son If You Find Him In Illegal Drug Trade - President

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    One politician opposed to the president attempted to coin the phrase "Dutertatorship", but it's probably too much of a tongue-twister to catch on. Unfazed with the massive protests in Rizal Park, Manila yesterday, Duterte also reiterated that there will be no letup in the campaign against drugs despite the "unnecessary deaths" without directly referring to the killings of teenagers Kian delos Santos, Carlo Angelo Arnaiz and Reynaldo de Guzman.