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Adviser Kellyanne Conway , played by Kate McKinnon , brought an ornament with former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey's face on it for the "loser tree". Moore had spent several weeks battling accusations of sexual misconduct with teenage girls . "Because I'm escorting you out of the building". While the plot is virtually incomprehensible, as far as we can tell it focuses on an intergalactic yenta in a housecoat who kidnaps Omarosa in an attempt to steal Donald ...
  • Cold wave conditions to continue in northern India

    Cold wave conditions to continue in northern India

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    Apart from being the season's lowest, the day temperature in Bhopal was also the lowest recorded in the state on the day. Amritsar had a low of 3.3, Pathankot 3.6, Adampur 4, Ludhiana 5.2, Halwara 5.4, and Patiala 7.5 deg C. The pattern of northerly winds has increased the intensity of harsher and after this effect would fade away after 3-4 days day temperatures would increase while night temperatures would increase slightly.
  • 3 dead in SE Indiana plane crash

    3 dead in SE Indiana plane crash

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    The plane was a single engine Cessna, going from Missouri to Maryland. "I think the FAA is experienced in handling these types of investigations", said Sgt. Right now it is unclear what caused the plane to go down. A reason for the fatal crash has not been released. Wheeles said more information may be released Sunday.
  • Police slap terror charges on NY subway bombing suspect

    Police slap terror charges on NY subway bombing suspect

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    Earlier, White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Trump's proposed policies "could have prevented this". Relatives and police said Ullah last visited Bangladesh in September to see his wife and newborn son before leaving them behind to return the United States.
  • Omarosa set to leave White House

    Omarosa set to leave White House

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    TMZ's story is basically Omarosa PR-it's attributed to "sources in Omarosa's camp"-and comes off as a salvo in a brewing war between Manigault and the White House". The White House last week said that deputy national security adviser Dina Powell will also leave the administration early next year. Speculation has abounded in recent weeks as to which other principle members of the administration could also be seeking an exit ramp, with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson - who, as NBC News ...
  • Kulbhushan's mother and wife submit visa applications to meet him

    Kulbhushan's mother and wife submit visa applications to meet him

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    Sources privy to the development then said the government of Pakistan would provide maximum security to Jadhav's family during their stay in Pakistan, adding, an official of the Indian high commission in Islamabad would also be allowed to accompany with the mother and wife of Kulbhushan Jadhav during the meeting with the spy.
  • School withdraws sack for couple

    School withdraws sack for couple

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    Tariq Bhat and Sumaya Rashid were sacked by the school administration to which they have chose to challenge the decision. The school in Pulwama had sacked Tariq Ahmad Bhat and his wife Sumayya Bashir on their wedding day on November 30 on the ground that they had married after a "loveaffair".
  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to marry 19 May

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to marry 19 May

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    They will be married in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle , just west of London. But the security costs for the high profile celebration will fall to the taxpayer. This news comes soon after the recent confirmation that Meghan will join Prince Harry , Queen Elizabeth II , and other members of the royal family for Christmas on the estate of Sandringham in Norfolk.
  • Putin to withdraw Russian troops from Syria

    Putin to withdraw Russian troops from Syria

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    Russian Federation first intervened in the conflict in 2015, staging air strikes in support of its ally Damascus targeting both the Islamic State group and other jihadists as well as rebels fighting government troops. The decision by Putin, who has led Russian Federation since 2000, to seek a fourth term in March's presidential election, was no surprise but ensures a continuation of his Syria policy.
  • Rohingya killed in first month of Myanmar violence: Doctors Without Borders

    Rohingya killed in first month of Myanmar violence: Doctors Without Borders

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    Journalists in Myanmar are coalescing by wearing black clothing Saturday, a showing of solidarity after two Reuters reporters were essentially abducted by government officials. reconciliation to be promoted and ... the right of return of this community to be fully respected and implemented". "We are committed to freedom of speech and people's ability to report the facts and bring into the public domain what is happening in Rakhine state", he said.
  • Bank of England keeps interest rates on hold

    Bank of England keeps interest rates on hold

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    Overall, the Committee said it remained of the view that were the economy to follow the path anticipated in November's projections, then "further modest increases" in interest rates "would be warranted over the next few years, in order to return inflation sustainably to the target".
  • Sumo driver killing:Police lodges FIR

    Sumo driver killing:Police lodges FIR

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    Asif Iqbal, a driver by profession, was injured in firing by army personnel during an ambush at Thandipora area of Kupwara last night, a police official said, according to PTI news agency. The protests erupted after residents of Batpora village clashed with the security forces. "Based on information about presence of militants in Thindpura village, army placed ambushes to maintain surveillance on Saturday night".
  • Explosion in Christian Church in Pakistan: 5 Reportedly Killed, 16 Injured

    Explosion in Christian Church in Pakistan: 5 Reportedly Killed, 16 Injured

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    Bugti said the suicide bombers were also reportedly carrying weapons. Five people were killed and 15 wounded, the AFP news agency said, quoting police official Abdul Razzaq Cheema. It is pertinent to mention that large number of people are present in the church to attend their prayers. According to Dunyanews.tv, police had cordoned off the area while an encounter is underway between security forces and the attackers.
  • 'Saturday Night Live' pokes fun at Omarosa's White House departure

    'Saturday Night Live' pokes fun at Omarosa's White House departure

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    What did you think of the SNL's final Trump-centric cold open of the year? "Trump" declared the war on Christmas has been replaced with the "war on North Korea". Ivanka arrived without her husband Jared Kushner in tow - and when asked where he was, SNL took a swipe. "He's packing a go-bag before the Federal Bureau of Investigation arrives", Johansson replied.
  • Morgan Stanley Upgrades Carnival (CCL) to Equal Weight

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    Schwab Charles Invest Mngmt Inc holds 1.40M shares or 0.09% of its portfolio. The stock increased 0.41% or $0.27 during the last trading session, reaching $65.68. 104.03 million shares or 1.45% more from 102.54 million shares in 2017Q1 were reported. Amica Retiree has 2,731 shares for 0.15% of their portfolio. V's profit will be $2.20 billion for 29.34 P/E if the $0.97 EPS becomes a reality.
  • 'Bomb' explodes at Manhattan subway platform

    'Bomb' explodes at Manhattan subway platform

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    They are reports of four people suffering minor injuries. The President has yet to comment on the suspected terror attack on New York City Monday morning. "Thank God the perpetrator did not achieve his ultimate goals", de Blasio said. The mayor added that "at this point in time , all we know of is one individual" carrying out what he called a failed attack.
  • Mueller obtains "tens of thousands" of Trump transition emails

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    Taking fight public: Charging "unlawful conduct", Kory Langhofer , counsel for the transition team, wrote in a letter to congressional committees Saturday that "career staff at the General Services Administration. "Mueller is using the emails to confirm things, and get new leads", a transition source told me", one transition source told Axios . Asked for comment, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said: "We continue to cooperate fully with the special counsel and expect this process to ...
  • Omarosa says Donald Trump is 'racial' but not racist

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    A friend of Omarosa's , a conservative media personality Armstrong Williams, questioned the timing of her ouster by writing on Facebook, "Funny how her story is knocking Roy Moore off front pages". Newman, who was the only black senior adviser to the president, also acknowledged the lack of diversity in the White House, noting that often times she felt "lonely".
  • Lasith Malinga plays domestic game after being 'rested' from the national side

    Lasith Malinga plays domestic game after being 'rested' from the national side

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    Malinga (34), the former Sri Lanka T20I captain , was sidelined for nearly a year with a knee injury that he picked up ahead of the World T20 in India before making a comeback in February this year. India or Sri Lanka? Sri Lanka won the first match in Dharamsala, while, the hosts hit back to win the second ODI in Mohali. On the batting front, Kusal Perera, who has been out of global cricket since injuring his hamstring during the Champions Trophy in June this year, has come back.