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Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O'Conner condemned his post Friday afternoon: "I condemn in no uncertain terms Justice O'Neill's Facebook post . "Roy Moore apparently seems to be a challenged individual when it comes to morality", O'Neill told the Cleveland Plain Dealer . He says the women included "a gorgeous blonde" with whom he "made passionate love" in a hay loft and a "drop dead gorgeous red head" from Cleveland.
  • Ohio State suspends sorority, fraternity activities amid probes

    Ohio State suspends sorority, fraternity activities amid probes

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    A university spokesman told student newspaper The Lantern that most of the investigations were hazing and alcohol related. The suspension includes any social activities and recruitment of new members. All fraternity activities between Thursday and January 7, 2018, will need to be approved as "essential" by the office of Fraternity and Sorority Life.
  • OSCE watchdog slams Unites States, Russia for 'foreign agent' media laws

    OSCE watchdog slams Unites States, Russia for 'foreign agent' media laws

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    A Russian law that could force worldwide media outlets to register as "foreign agents" in response to U.S. pressure on Kremlin-backed TV channel RT is an attack on free speech, Human Rights watch said today. There are no additional selection criteria in the law: Leonid Levin, the Chairperson of the State Duma Information Policy Committee, said that the Ministry of Justice would work on the selection principle itself.
  • Illinois Grad Students Worry Over Tax Reform Changes

    Illinois Grad Students Worry Over Tax Reform Changes

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    The bill would count these waivers as taxable income. The House tax bill would eliminate this exemption, greatly increasing the tax burden students financing their education would have to bear. Carnegie Mellon University, a private school in Pittsburgh known for programs in science and technology, is one of the many schools - including Boston University - speaking out.
  • French Foreign Minister Le Drian reached in India on two-day visit

    French Foreign Minister Le Drian reached in India on two-day visit

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    The French minister is on a two-day visit to India to strengthen bilateral ties between the two countries. He arrived in India on Friday for a two-day visit. She said they were back in France on Friday. "We have appealed to all countries in the world to unitedly oppose those countries which finance and provide safe havens to terrorists", she said.
  • Toyota to re-enter electric vehicles from 2020 in China, India

    Toyota to re-enter electric vehicles from 2020 in China, India

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    Toyota also has big plans in the U.S., as it recently joined up with Mazda to design all-new EVs and build a $1.6 billion assembly plant. "To respond to expanding demand for EVs, more widely and more comprehensively, we have begun considering the possibility of having our China joint-venture partners provide us with EVs", Hiroji Onishi, Toyota's head of China operations, said at a press briefing at the Guangzhou auto show on Friday.
  • Should Bill Clinton have resigned over sexual misconduct?

    Should Bill Clinton have resigned over sexual misconduct?

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    The issue of sexual harassment and inappropriate relationships in the workplace has dominated the national discussion in wake of bombshell allegations in Hollywood and media circles. Everything currently known about Bill Clinton now was known when Gillibrand stated she was "truly honored" the Bill Clinton campaigned for her and when she accepted his endorsement, and tens of millions of dollars raised by Clintonworld.
  • Kenyan police fire tear gas at opposition leader's auto

    Kenyan police fire tear gas at opposition leader's auto

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    Leader Raila Odinga has arrived back in the country after an eight-day tour of the United States. President Uhuru Kenyatta won a second, five-year term with 98 percent of the vote after Odinga boycotted the contest. The youths had temporarily blocked several roads leading to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) after anti-riot police denied them access to the airport.
  • Virgin Hyperloop signs MoU with Government of Maharashtra on preliminary study

    Virgin Hyperloop signs MoU with Government of Maharashtra on preliminary study

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    According to the Ministry of Road, Transport and Highways, 65 percent of India's freight is transported on the country's strained and congested road networks. "With this preliminary study, we are excited to initiate the buildup of a strong foothold that we foresee in future throughout the state", he added. "As it is the only company in the world that has built and successfully tested a full-scale hyperloop system, there is a growing demand for a hyperloop from governments and private sectors ...
  • Maker of Hardik Patel's sex CDs was his own associate!

    Maker of Hardik Patel's sex CDs was his own associate!

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    Addressing a press conference in Gandhinagar on Thursday, Bambhaniya said, "As Hardik has the support of women, the BJP systematically conspired to destroy the agitation and defame Hardik". The BJP has denied all claims made by the PAAS leadership. Meanwhile, Nitin Patel , the Deputy Chief Minister has eventually discredited the charges at a public interview later and said the gathering had nothing to do with the recordings and that it had all the earmarks of being a effect of debate in PAAS.
  • Peru beats New Zealand, earns final spot in World Cup

    Peru beats New Zealand, earns final spot in World Cup

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    He persevered and led Peru to the 2015 Copa America semi-finals, but they struggled in the early World Cup qualifiers, winning just one of their first six fixtures. In tears, the Lokomotiv Moscow forward showed the shirt of his boyhood friend Guerrero to the crowd. Peru finished fifth in the tough CONMEBOL qualifying, but were too good for Oceania champions New Zealand in the play-off.
  • Trump trusts Putin, not U.S. intel

    Trump trusts Putin, not U.S. intel

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    I am saying the intelligence agencies are not always right. As Trump flew to Hanoi, Vietnam, after the meeting Saturday, he told reporters aboard Air Force One that the high-ranking intelligence officials who compiled a report finding Russian Federation interfered in the election "are political hacks".
  • Some EU countries want Brexit talks to move to trade - Davis

    Some EU countries want Brexit talks to move to trade - Davis

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    DAVID DAVIS has hit out at Brussels for being unable to compromise with Britain over Brexit. "There is a danger that, unless the British Government acts quickly to define more clearly what it wants and how it might achieve it, another Brexit cliff edge - in security - might be on the horizon".
  • Iraqi forces retake last ISIS-held town

    Iraqi forces retake last ISIS-held town

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    IS blitzed across Iraq's north and west in the summer of 2014, capturing Iraq's second-largest city of Mosul and advancing to the edges of the Iraqi capital, Baghdad . The beginning of this operation is parallel to the Syrian army's operation to retake Abu Kamal, a small town along the Euphrates River said to be the Islamic State group's last major outpost in Syria.