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This is the second time in eight years that the mayoral election of Atlanta headed to a recount. April Majors, a spokeswoman for Fulton County, told CNN Wednesday that the results have to be certified before the recount can take place. Bottoms and Norwood had around 26 percent and 21 percent, respectively, in the vote in the general election on November 6. Reed, the current mayor, endorsed Bottoms ahead of the general election, and the two share many positions in common.
  • Mueller's Russian Federation investigation cost $3.2M in first five months

    Mueller's Russian Federation investigation cost $3.2M in first five months

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    The details of the expenditures related to Mueller's investigation were laid out in a report released publicly by the special counsel's office. In addition, the department said that its various offices have also spent another $3.5 million to help assist the probe, though those expenditures would have occurred "irrespective of the existence of the" special counsel's office.
  • Malzahn Agrees To New Deal With Auburn

    Malzahn Agrees To New Deal With Auburn

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    The Tigers are 10-3 this year and heading to the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl after losing to Georgia in the SEC Championship Game Saturday. Auburn was selected to a New Year's Six bowl game for a second straight year and will face UCF in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on January 1.
  • No, Anushka Sharma And Virat Kohli Aren't Getting Married

    No, Anushka Sharma And Virat Kohli Aren't Getting Married

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    While a representative of Anushka Sharma denied the news while speaking to Hindustan Times, rumours of a marriage have been further fuelled by Virat Kohli taking a break from global cricket, having been offered a rest for the limited-over series against Sri Lanka starting December 10.
  • Letters: GOP tax bill will hurt people with medical problems

    Letters: GOP tax bill will hurt people with medical problems

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    But the Quinnipiac poll shows that three of four Americans, including most Republicans, believe the tax plan will either raise their taxes or not affect their tax bill very much. After a year in which the party has passed no major legislation despite holding majorities in both houses of congress, GOP lawmakers crave a victory before year's end, an accomplishment to gloat about during their upcoming break.
  • Son of slain Yemeni former President Saleh vows revenge

    Son of slain Yemeni former President Saleh vows revenge

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    Houthi said despite his early pretense about being opposed to the Saudi aggression, Saleh finally changed course and took sides with the aggressors. The Saudi-led coalition was counting on him to give them an edge in the conflict, which has led to one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world.
  • Trump's Travel Ban Finally Approved by the Supreme Court

    Trump's Travel Ban Finally Approved by the Supreme Court

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    Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit in Richmond and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit in San Francisco - had cast doubt on Trump's third executive order banning nearly all travel from certain countries. Opponents of this and previous versions of the ban say they show a bias against Muslims. "It is hard to conceive of a more flagrant example of discrimination because of nationality", said Indian- American attorney Neal Katyal, who appeared for Hawaii .
  • Man charged with killing teen girl found shot in crashed vehicle

    Man charged with killing teen girl found shot in crashed vehicle

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    Police say her body was found with three bullets wounds in a auto that crashed on Thomaston Avenue around 10 p.m. Monday night. Authorities pronounced Santiago dead at the scene. Police said the shooting was not gang related and Pittman was known to police. School officials said Santiago had recently transferred from Crosby High School to Wilby High School .
  • UK Decided to Quit Customs Union Without Full Analysis: Davis

    UK Decided to Quit Customs Union Without Full Analysis: Davis

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    He said that there are formal definitions of impact assessments and the work done by the government does not fit those definitions. Leaving the European Union will provoke a "paradigm change" in the United Kingdom economy on a similar order of magnitude to the financial crash of 2008, making economic forecast models unlikely to be "informative", he told MPs.
  • Will Saudi's crown prince be TIME's Person of the Year?

    Will Saudi's crown prince be TIME's Person of the Year?

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    President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi met in Cairo, Egypt, with Prince Sultan bin Salman, chairman of the General Authority for Tourism and National Heritage in Saudi Arabia, in the presence of the Saudi ambassador to Cairo. The wave of detentions was made public on November 4, shortly after King Salman announced the formation of the anti-corruption commission headed by his heir, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
  • Zinke Says New Mexico Monuments Won't Shrink

    Zinke Says New Mexico Monuments Won't Shrink

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    Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is strongly disputing a claim by outdoor retailer Patagonia that President Donald Trump "stole" public land by shrinking two national monuments in Utah. "The federal state remains intact", he continued, noting the enormous size of the Utah monument, which has more square acreage than both Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks combined.
  • India Holds Rates as Inflation Nears Central Bank's Target

    India Holds Rates as Inflation Nears Central Bank's Target

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    Ravindra H. Dholakia in favor for a rate reduction of 25bps points. The Reserve Bank of India ( RBI ) is likely to keep interest rates on hold for a prolonged period starting with its policy meeting this week on concerns of rising inflation , economists surveyed by Mint said.
  • London Mayor Sadiq Khan arrives in Pakisan

    London Mayor Sadiq Khan arrives in Pakisan

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    Sadiq Khan is leading a trade mission under the theme "London Is Open" to both India and Pakistan and is flanked by a 16-member delegation. "But what excites me most about this trip is that I know it can deliver real benefits for Londoners".
  • What Recent Ownership Trends Suggest About Merck & Co., Inc. (MRK)'s Future Performance

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    It has outperformed by 27.73% the S&P500. Blume Capital Management Inc. boosted its position in shares of Merck & Co.by 14.0% in the third quarter. Everence Cap Management stated it has 0.97% in Merck & Co., Inc. The rating was maintained by RBC Capital Markets with "Hold" on Thursday, September 28. Investors might also notice that three month ago the Buy recommendations (9) outnumbered Sell recommendations (1).
  • State Rep. Daryl Metcalfe caught on camera making homophobic remarks

    State Rep. Daryl Metcalfe caught on camera making homophobic remarks

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    He replied, "We are officially off the rails", as his fellow representatives joined in laughing. He requested a sidebar to discuss what he called "extraneous issues". "I don't know what [Bradford's sexuality] is", he said. When asked about Metcalfe's claim, Bradford responded, "I'll be honest, I often try to calm him down".
  • Track-Only Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR Gets a Facelift

    Track-Only Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR Gets a Facelift

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    The relationship between Volkswagen Motorsport and WRC might be out of date, but that hasn't stopped Wolfsburg from building a new Polo GTI R5 rally racer. "The Polo GTI R5 came through the initial tests without any problems". Technical director, Francois-Xavier Demaison, was responsible for Sebastien Ogier's championship-winning vehicle between 2013 and 2016.
  • Illegal immigrant acquitted in Kate Steinle trial to face federal firearm charges

    Illegal immigrant acquitted in Kate Steinle trial to face federal firearm charges

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    District Court in San Francisco on one count each of being a felon in possession of a firearm and for being an illegal immigrant in possession of a firearm, federal prosecutors said. The 47-year-old said the firearm accidentally fired when he picked it up, and the bullet ricocheted off the ground before it struck Steinle, a 32-year-old medical device saleswoman.
  • Treausuer lauds economic growth figures

    Treausuer lauds economic growth figures

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    Australia's economic expansion sped up to an annual growth rate just short of the three per cent mark in the September quarter. Treasurer Scott Morrison labelled the September quarter national accounts "another encouraging set of numbers", noting that at 2 .8 per cent, the annual growth figure stands above the average of other advanced economies.