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Looking to break the logjam in Washington on repealing and replacing ObamaCare, President Donald Trump said Saturday evening that he was willing to pursue "a temporary deal" to get a new healthcare plan in place. A reporter pressed Sanders on how seriously the country should take the comments: "Was it a joke?" Sanders quickly clarified: "I'm just using that as an example".
  • Google Brings Cellular Service to Puerto Rico Using Balloons

    Google Brings Cellular Service to Puerto Rico Using Balloons

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    Mr Musk said the company would send more battery installers to Puerto Rico to help restore power after Hurricane Maria knocked out all power on the island over two weeks ago. The attack can now be viewed as a sort of preview to the larger incursions by Russia to influence the 2016 election. Project Loon said the effort in Peru marked the first time that an internet system using balloons had connected tens of thousands of people.
  • Rajoy: Spain will not be divided, national unity will be preserved

    Rajoy: Spain will not be divided, national unity will be preserved

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    A crowd estimated by local police to number 350 000 waved Spanish and Catalan flags and carried banners saying "Catalonia is Spain" and "Together we are stronger". Nine hundred people were injured on polling day. The political stand-off has divided the country, pushed banks and companies to move their headquarters outside Catalonia and shaken market confidence in the Spanish economy, prompting calls from the European Commission for Catalan and Spanish leaders to find a political solution.
  • Woman Dead After Running Over Cop on Miami Beach

    Woman Dead After Running Over Cop on Miami Beach

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    They have not provided further details about the shooting or the crash. Officials said the Miami-Dade Police Department is investigating the officer-involved shooting, while the Miami Beach Police Department is investigating the crashes.
  • Boat carrying asylum seekers from Myanmar capsizes off Bangladesh

    Boat carrying asylum seekers from Myanmar capsizes off Bangladesh

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    Border guard boats rescued 11 more Rohingya including three women and two children after scouring the estuary of the Naf river, Abdul Jalil, a Border Guard Bangladesh official, told AFP."We spoke to several survivors". Myanmar leader and Nobel peace laureate Aung San Suu Kyi has faced scathing worldwide criticism and dismay for not doing more to stop the violence, although she has no power over the security forces under a military-drafted constitution.
  • Teen Suspended For Sitting During Pledge Of Allegiance

    Teen Suspended For Sitting During Pledge Of Allegiance

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    India Landry looked through her homework in her home Thursday afternoon. They are also not entitled to explain or justify themselves if they have chosen not to stand or not to recite the pledge. It's something India has done for as long as she can remember. " I don't think that the flag is what it says it's for, for liberty and justice and all that ", Landry said.
  • Woman Found Dead In Chatswood Alley, Man Hiding On Rooftop

    Woman Found Dead In Chatswood Alley, Man Hiding On Rooftop

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    About 7.15pm, there appeared to be a struggle on the roof area and the man was taken into custody. With the dayime temperature in Sydney hitting 29C, negotiators handed the man a cigarette and a bottle of water just after 11am but were been unable to coax him inside, a NSW Police spokesman told AAP.
  • Vegas Gunman Could Have Had Undiagnosed Mental Disorder

    Vegas Gunman Could Have Had Undiagnosed Mental Disorder

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    Clark County Undersheriff Kevin McMahill said investigators had "looked at literally everything" and still do not have a clear motive. Paddock unleashed gunfire on Sunday from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel casino on the Las Vegas Strip, killing 58 and injuring almost 500 people.
  • Scot facing jail over Dubai 'hip touch'

    Scot facing jail over Dubai 'hip touch'

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    Mr Harron had been visiting Dubai for a two-day stopover after working in Afghanistan. He has additionally spent more than £30,000 in costs and lawful charges, having just been stuck there for three months. The sparky was having a drink with friends at the Rock Bottom Bar in Dubai - a popular venue for young people in the Tecom area of the city. The arrest follows the case of an Edinburgh man who was also detained in Dubai after attempting to exchange a fake £20.
  • The ball's in your court, May tells European Union leaders

    The ball's in your court, May tells European Union leaders

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    European leaders are set to decide next week whether sufficient progress has been made in the first phase to move on to talks on trade and a potential "implementation period" for the new arrangements. 'I believe we can seize the opportunities of this defining moment in the history of our nation'. The representatives of the council include the big business chiefs like HSBC, Morgan Stanley, Aston Martin and Vodafone.
  • Cowboys rise in AP poll

    Cowboys rise in AP poll

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    No. 21 Michigan State (4-1), No. 23 Stanford (4-2), No. 24 Texas Tech (4-1) and No. 25 Navy (5-0) entered the top 25. Washington 6. TCU 7. Some of the big winners in this week's updated rankings were the Washington State Cougars , who stayed undefeated with a blowout road win over OR and jumped into the top 10, and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, who leaped five spots to No.
  • Sturgeon: EU disaster bolsters case for another independence vote

    Sturgeon: EU disaster bolsters case for another independence vote

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    After the SNP's poor election performance in June she had said that she would put plans for a referendum on hold. "EU citizens make an enormous contribution and we must recognise that". "I'm not in control of that". "A way forward has to be found that respects the rule of law - that is important - respects democracy but also respects the right of the people of Catalonia to determine their own future".
  • "A single work" with North Korea… The enigmatic message of Donald Trump

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    The implication was that if diplomacy "hasn't worked" and the North Koreans have been "makings [sic] fools of USA negotiators", that military action is the next step. Kim Jong Nam isn't the first family member to be killed since Kim Jong Un took power in 2011, after the death of his father Kim Jong Il. Before his death, the half brother, whose existence was known to very few North Koreans, had been living a luxurious life in virtual exile outside of North Korea.
  • Phl to extradite ISIS-linked terror suspect to US

    Phl to extradite ISIS-linked terror suspect to US

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    Salic allegedly transferred money to other suspects to carry out attacks in name of the Islamic State in 2016. Salic was arrested in the Philippines in April this year and Washington had requested his extradition, the US Department of Justice said.
  • Pres. Trump to Focus on North Korea Tensions After Health Care Effort

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    Another elder, estranged brother, Kim Jong-nam, was killed in Kuala Lumpur in February; the Malaysian authorities have said that two women accused of killing him were hired by North Korean agents. For the past several months, Donald Trump and the north Korean leader Kim Jong-un engaged in a verbal escalation, each having already asserted against the other the threat of a nuclear strike.
  • Video Surfaces of Dolphins Offensive Line Coach Chris Foerster Snorting White Substance

    Video Surfaces of Dolphins Offensive Line Coach Chris Foerster Snorting White Substance

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    In the video, a person who a Facebook user claims is Chris Foerster , is seen snorting a white powder. Foerster is in his second season with the Dolphins as the offensive line coach. According to the Herald if Foerster is let go the job will likely go to offensive line assistant Chris Kuper. "So much fun. Last little bit before I go to my meeting..." He snorts more of the substance.
  • Iran Guard Chief Warns US Against Imposing New Sanctions

    Iran Guard Chief Warns US Against Imposing New Sanctions

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    US President Donald Trump campaigned against the nuclear deal with Iran and vowed to abandon it if elected. A report that the Iranian government has signaled it is willing to discuss elements of its ballistic missile development program apparently in response to President Trump's threatened decertification of the nuclear pact Tehran made with six Western powers is being denied by Iran.
  • Steve Scalise to Throw Out First Pitch for Nationals-Cubs Game 1

    Steve Scalise to Throw Out First Pitch for Nationals-Cubs Game 1

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    Todd asked . "Is the right to bear arms unlimited or is there a limit?" "Some of those people ended up going out and committing mass shootings", he said. It was revealed this week that the Las Vegas shooter modified legal semi-automatic rifles with bump stocks , devices that allow a semi-automatic rifle to fire at a fully automatic rate with just one depress of the trigger.
  • Trump links immigration demands to DACA support

    Trump links immigration demands to DACA support

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    The status of almost 800,000 Dreamers was called into question in September when President Donald Trump rescinded the Obama-era program that had protected them, known as DACA ( Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ), giving Congress six months to make the program into law.
  • Donald Trump takes credit for 'fake news', but dictionary disputes

    Donald Trump takes credit for 'fake news', but dictionary disputes

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    With a week almost passing, investigators are starting to form a picture of Paddock. But by Wednesday, some of the territory's top officials had taken issue with some of his remarks - and the throwing of the paper towels . 20, wrecking the electricity grid and leaving many of its 3.4 million people desperate for food, water and gasoline. "What the fake news media will not show you in Puerto Rico...." the first image of the video reads.
  • N. Korea Diplomacy Has Failed, 'Only One Thing Will Work'

    N. Korea Diplomacy Has Failed, 'Only One Thing Will Work'

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    On Saturday, President Donald Trump launched perhaps his most aggressive Twitter attack against North Korea yet, saying that there "is only one option" to solve the nuclear crisis - and Democrat Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal believes these threats are tweets of war.
  • Hurricane Nate Lands on Louisiana's Gulf Coast

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    Rain will gradually spread across the viewing area on Sunday and intensify during the evening along with gusty wind and isolated severe weather associated with Hurricane Nate . The storm caused flooding in MS but there are no reports of fatalities. In New Orleans , Mayor Mitch Landrieu said 109 of the 120 pumps critical for draining the low-lying city are functioning - a 92% capacity.