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That, however, was largely devoted to defending the university and its vice president for student affairs, Damon Sims, from assertions by Centre County District Attorney Stacy Parks Miller that Penn State's chronic failure to control fraternity life was letting its students fly " with no safety net ".
  • Basic Legal Questions Stump Trump Judicial Nominee

    Basic Legal Questions Stump Trump Judicial Nominee

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    A lawyer nominated by President Donald Trump to be a federal judge for the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia has become an internet sensation after having difficulty answering basic legal questions. Anthony Michael Kreis, a professor at Chicago-Kent College of Law, said it was unreasonable to expect Petersen to have recently studied the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, a lengthy and complex document.
  • In Iraq : 38 members of IS, Qaeda hanged for 'terrorism'

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    Throssell said there is a disturbing pattern of mass executions in Iraq. It was the largest number of executions in a single day since September 25 when 42 people were put to death in the same prison. Human Rights Watch recently accused the justice system of "failing to distinguish" between doctors who protected lives under IS rule and "those responsible for crimes against humanity".
  • Kate Middleton Gave This Heartwarming Homemade Gift To The Queen Last Christmas

    Kate Middleton Gave This Heartwarming Homemade Gift To The Queen Last Christmas

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    Longer-serving staff will also be given food vouchers in addition. Prior to the Tesco sweet treat, the Queen used to hand out puddings from Harrods or Fortnum & Mason - which holds a warrant as royal grocers - as festive gifts. 'I was slightly anxious about it, but I noticed the next day that it was on the table, ' she added. Following a service at St Mary Magdalene Church in the local village, the family will greet well-wishers before returning to the estate for a traditional turkey ...
  • Administration official laments anti-Trump FBI

    Administration official laments anti-Trump FBI

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    The DOJ's Public Affairs division shared the same messages with a group of reporters after they were shared with the lawmakers, Flores said. Business Insider first reported the Justice Department's unusual invitation to a small group of reporters to travel to the DOJ on Tuesday night and view the private text messages Strzok and Page exchanged between 2015 and 2016.
  • Schiphol airport: Man with a knife shot by police

    Schiphol airport: Man with a knife shot by police

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    Update 5.30pm: Military police said the events are not being treated as a terror incident. In a later tweet, it added: "The suspect was overpowered, detained and taken away". The immediate area around the incident was closed to the public, but the airport was functioning normally, the spokesman said . "Air traffic is experiencing no further consequences".
  • German SPD Leaders Back Exploratory Coalition Talks With Merkel

    German SPD Leaders Back Exploratory Coalition Talks With Merkel

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    However, the process is not expected to automatically result in an agreement to form a new ruling coalition. Germany's Social Democrats have agreed to open exploratory talks on forming a government with Chancellor Angela Merkel, a party source said, raising hopes for an end to a rare period of political deadlock in Europe's largest economy.
  • Strong quake strikes Java island in Indonesia. Deaths reported

    Strong quake strikes Java island in Indonesia. Deaths reported

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    During the quake, panicked people ran out of buildings and Indonesian television showed heavy traffic on roads as people fled coastal areas. National disaster mitigation agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said a 62-year-old had died in the Ciamis region in West Java after becoming trapped in a collapsed house.
  • Former 'Apprentice' star Omarosa Manigault Newman to leave White House job

    Former 'Apprentice' star Omarosa Manigault Newman to leave White House job

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    The statement said her resignation would be effective in January. A Secret Service spokesperson on Tuesday referred TPM's questions about Manigault Newman's departure to the White House, which declined to answer on the record. "She was escorted off the property". Ms Manigault Newman's United States government email account was also reportedly no longer working on Thursday.
  • White Nationalist Now Faces First-Degree Murder in Charlottesville Killing

    White Nationalist Now Faces First-Degree Murder in Charlottesville Killing

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    Authorities say the footage captures Fields' Challenger stopping about a block and a half away from protesters, reversing, then driving into the crowd and speeding away in reverse. The Commonwealth's Attorney's Office had initially filed second-degree murder, punishable by five to 40 years in prison, as the most serious charge against Mr.
  • Russia, Egypt officials sign documents to resume direct flights

    Russia, Egypt officials sign documents to resume direct flights

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    Flights between Russia and Egypt were suspended after a Russian passenger plane crashed over the Sinai peninsula, killing all 224 people on board, and Russia categorized the incident as a terrorist attack. Last month, Russia approved a draft agreement with Egypt to allow Russian warplanes to use Egyptian military bases. The Egyptian and Russian sides also agreed to hold meetings in April to discuss the resumption of flights from Moscow to Egyptian touristic resort cities, the ministry's ...
  • Russian Federation could chop vital undersea web cables, warns Brit military chief

    Russian Federation could chop vital undersea web cables, warns Brit military chief

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    He specifically highlighted Russian Federation as the most likely nation state that might go around cutting cables and causing chaos. "There is a new risk to our prosperity and way of life, to the cables that crisscross our sea beds, disruption to which through cable-cuts or destruction would immediately-and catastrophically-fracture both global trade and the internet", he said at London's Royal United Services Institute on Thursday, according to The Guardian .
  • Marco Polo del Nero, Brazil football president, handed 90-day Fifa ban

    Marco Polo del Nero, Brazil football president, handed 90-day Fifa ban

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    Del Nero's predecessor at the CBF, Jose Maria Marin, has been on trial in NY since November alongside Paraguayan former CONMEBOL president Juan Angel Napout and ex-Peruvian football chief Manuel Burga. Brazil does not allow the extradition of its own citizens and Del Nero had remained as president of the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) until Friday's decision.
  • Magic's Aaron Gordon will play against the Trail Blazers

    Magic's Aaron Gordon will play against the Trail Blazers

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    This is the second leak of the Blazers' fourth jersey design that Burry has shared and both designs are relatively similar with red font printed on a black jersey with a plaid pattern. "We'll be fine", Vogel said. I think we're in a good place right now. However, when Josh Richardson (who finished the game with 11 points, two rebounds, and two assists) secured a clutch offensive rebound, he passed the ball to Waiters, who then set up an electric alley-oop dunk by Bam Adebayo , who had 12 ...
  • OIC declares Jerusalem as Palestine capital

    OIC declares Jerusalem as Palestine capital

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    Al-Quds added that French President Emmanuel Macron and Belgium Prime Minister Charles Michel are promoting an initiative that would declare Jerusalem as the joint capital of Israel and Palestine. 'No more role for U.S'. It seems that virtually the entire world opposes the American decision on Jerusalem, except for the Trump team, the rightwing settler-based government in Israel, and their scattered supporters here and there.
  • Moving the US Embassy to Jerusalem Is Not a Disaster

    Moving the US Embassy to Jerusalem Is Not a Disaster

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    A 30-year-old Gaza man was killed by Israeli gunfire, the first death of a protester since Trump's dramatic midweek announcement. However, Abbas remains an opponent of violence, saying it's counterproductive and that he might at some point order his security forces to contain protests.
  • Hyderabad: Police nabs co-accuse Rajesh in murder plan

    Hyderabad: Police nabs co-accuse Rajesh in murder plan

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    The Nagarkurnool police on Thursday arrested Rajesh Ajjakolu, the co-accused in the killing of M. Sudhakar Reddy on November 26. Rajesh started hitting on Sudhakar's head with the iron rod and even Swathi joined him by smashing Sudhakar's head with the "roll rayi".
  • Deeply pained and anguished by canards spread by PM Modi: Manmohan Singh

    Deeply pained and anguished by canards spread by PM Modi: Manmohan Singh

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    When Singh had first spoken against the PM on Monday, most of the BJP brass, including Modi himself and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley came out to counter him, laying bare the importance the party attached to the former PM's statement. "Why was Manmohan Singh silent when PM of his country was called " neech ". "Manmohan Singh is very angry these days". Shah took on Singh over Rahul Gandhi publicly tearing a copy of an ordinance cleared by his Cabinet.