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Is it just me or did Lil Dicky just win the debate? "The only way for us to get better as a society and for us to get better as people is love". Moments later, Nash took to Twitter to say , "To defend white supremacists and then slang his [crappy] a- grape juice pretty much sums the man up".
  • Trump Praises North Korea's 'Wise' Decision to Back Off Guam Missile Threat

    Trump Praises North Korea's 'Wise' Decision to Back Off Guam Missile Threat

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    Relations between the two nations deteriorated drastically in recent weeks, culminating in North Korean leader Kim Jong-un claiming he was preparing plans to fire missiles at the USA island territory in Micronesia. South Korea's President Moon Jae-in said his nation will do "all it can" to prevent violence from breaking out on the Korean Peninsula. Trump tweeted last Thursday that us military solutions are " locked and loaded " and told reporters perhaps his " fire and fury " ...
  • Baltimore Mayor On Confederate Statues: 'I Wanted Them Out Of The City'

    Baltimore Mayor On Confederate Statues: 'I Wanted Them Out Of The City'

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    In a report published in April 2016, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) - a civil rights advocacy group - found that more than 1,500 symbols of the Confederacy are located on U.S. The group also discusses America's inability to talk about its racist founding fathers, the need to remove Confederate statues from public spaces, and what responsibility do U.S.
  • John Oliver offers some hope in this North Korea nightmare

    John Oliver offers some hope in this North Korea nightmare

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    Someone needs to turn the heat down on the rhetoric flying between Washington , D.C., and President Donald Trump and Pyongyang and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un . Prior to Mattis' statement , Marine Corps Gen. Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said Washington is ready to use the " full range " of its capabilities if provoked by North Korea .
  • Abbas: Gaza to Face Further Cuts if Hamas Refuses PA

    Abbas: Gaza to Face Further Cuts if Hamas Refuses PA "Reconciliation" Terms

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    WAFA correspondent quoted witnesses saying that Hamas members spotted two people said to be hardline fundamentalists at the Rafah crossing apparently attempting to sneak into Egypt and stopped them. Israeli security forces uncovered a Hamas enterprise that rewards terrorists and encourages further violence against innocent civilians . Palestinian media outlets reported: "Four terrorists from the ISIS terror group tried to enter Sinai just east of the Rafah Border Crossing".
  • Bannon calls white supremacists 'a collection of clowns'

    Bannon calls white supremacists 'a collection of clowns'

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    Bannon said the United States would use Section 301 of the 1974 Trade Act against Chinese coercion of technology transfers from USA corporations doing business in China and follow up with complaints against steel and aluminium dumping, according to prospect .org.
  • No one wins PowerBall, jackpot to reach over $500M

    No one wins PowerBall, jackpot to reach over $500M

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    The drawing was the 19th since the last time a ticket with all six numbers was sold. They are 9-15-43-60-64, with a Powerball of 4 and a Power Play of 3. Friday's Mega Millions jackpot will be worth $20 million ($12 million cash option). It's the ninth largest jackpot in the game's history, and the victor could walk away with an estimated $430 million.
  • Evening Storms Wednesday and Thursday

    Evening Storms Wednesday and Thursday

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    Rain and storms fade after sunset and areas of patchy fog forms overnight. "Winds could exceeded 58 miles per hour and hail could be 1" in diameter or greater. The next round of showers and storms should arrive a little after midnight and linger into the morning on Thursday. Today and tomorrow highs will be in the low 90s with the heat index approaching 100 both days.
  • 'North Korean missiles can reach Guam in 14 minutes'

    'North Korean missiles can reach Guam in 14 minutes'

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    Few foreign leaders have courted President Trump as assiduously as the prime minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe. The missiles, it said, would fly over western Japan - reviving memories of a North Korean missile that flew over northern Japan in 1998, causing a national uproar.
  • Confederate Monument At Hollywood Forever Cemetery Moved Into Storage

    Confederate Monument At Hollywood Forever Cemetery Moved Into Storage

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    The monument was to be taken to a storage site, cemetery officials said, but the grave markers will remain. The Daughters of the Confederacy agreed to Hollywood Forever's proposal after Cassity reported that the cemetery was receiving calls from people threatening to remove the memorial themselves, which spiked after violent white nationalists rallied in support of a Robert E.
  • PLA, US military to work together

    PLA, US military to work together

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    The two officials also exchanged opinions on Taiwan, the South China Sea and the nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula and other issues of mutual concern. For the past decade under conservative South Korean governments, talks between Seoul and Pyongyang had nearly been suspended over Pyongyang's nuclear tests and ballistic missile developments.
  • Deterring Pyongyang: US Open to More Powerful South Korean Missiles

    Deterring Pyongyang: US Open to More Powerful South Korean Missiles

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    This sent alarm bells ringing and Trump's further statement that the military option is ready added fuel to the fire. Defence secretary Jim Mattis warned it would be "game on" for war if North Korea fired missiles that hit the U.S. However, Mr Kim made clear that he has not taken the plans off the table. The Liberation Day holiday, celebrated by both North and South, will be followed next week by joint US-South Korean military drills sure to anger Pyongyang .
  • Korea's Moon: There will be no war on Korean peninsula

    Korea's Moon: There will be no war on Korean peninsula

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    North Korea's leader has delayed a decision on firing missiles towards Guam while he watches US actions a little longer, the North's state media said on Tuesday, as South Korea's president said Seoul would seek to prevent war by all means. Although the regime's ICBMs do not threaten South Korea, China has threatened economic retaliation towards South Korea in response. During an inspection of the North Korean army's Strategic Forces, which handles the missile program, Kim praised the ...
  • Unlike Sun, Guam trusts in President Trump

    Unlike Sun, Guam trusts in President Trump

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    On Friday, he veered from North Korea to comments on politics. The Philippine defense department on Saturday, August 12, said it has directed one of its agencies to determine areas to be "potentially although remotely" affected by debris if North Korea launches missiles toward Guam .
  • Saudi king orders Qatar border reopened to Hajj pilgrims: State media

    Saudi king orders Qatar border reopened to Hajj pilgrims: State media

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    Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, deputy premier and minister of defense met with Sheikh Abdullah Bin Ali Bin Abdullah Bin Jassem Al Thani on Wednesday evening at Al-Salam Palace here. Qatar denies the accusations. Last month, Saudi Arabia said Qataris wanting to perform this year's Hajj would be allowed to enter the kingdom, but imposed certain restrictions including that those arriving by plane must use airlines in agreement with Riyadh.
  • BJP takes the lead in MP local body polls

    BJP takes the lead in MP local body polls

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    He expressed hope that the winds of change are blowing, and Congress will be able to unseat BJP in 2018 polls. BJP won 26 out of 43 seats. Parshuram said the counting was done at the headquarters of all urban bodies. This came a day before BJP president Amit Shah is scheduled to visit Bhopal to begin a three-day exercise from Friday to strengthen the party organisation.
  • Pauline Hanson Is Wearing A Burqa In The Senate

    Pauline Hanson Is Wearing A Burqa In The Senate

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    Attorney General Brandis criticised the "appalling" move, warning Hanson to be "very, very careful of the offense you may do to the religious sensibilities to other Australians". Crossbencher Derryn Hinch questioned whether Senator Hanson could remain in the chamber. Hanson, who is vocally anti-Muslim and anti-immigration, warned in her inaugural speech for her second stint in the Senate in 2016 that "We are now in danger of being swamped by Muslims whose culture is incompatible with our ...
  • Aaron Judge hits yet another massive homer

    Aaron Judge hits yet another massive homer

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    Aaron Hicks flied out to right to kick things off. Judge on the season is hitting.291/.420/.614 with 37 home runs, still leading the American League in home runs, slugging percentage, and OPS. David Robertson closed it in Chapman's absence to pick up his first save since rejoining the Yankees last month. The four-game, two-borough series shifted to Queens on Wednesday but the result was the same as it was the previous two days in the Bronx.
  • Human remains discovered after 12-year search for Natalee Holloway

    Human remains discovered after 12-year search for Natalee Holloway

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    Twelve years after she mysteriously vanished, new leads are still emerging in the disappearance of Natalee Holloway . The prime suspect in Natalee's disappearance is Dutch native Joran van der Sloot - he was the last person to be seen with Natalee when she was alive and is now serving 28 years in prison for a different murder .
  • United States servicemember killed battling ISIS in eastern Afghanistan

    United States servicemember killed battling ISIS in eastern Afghanistan

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    The wounded soldiers were evacuated for medical treatment. American and Afghan troops were also injured in the raid, which took place in eastern Afghanistan. Commander Gen. John Nicholson had further stated that the death "will disrupt the ISIS-K network, degrade their recruitment process and hinder their attempts to conduct worldwide operations".