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  • Cooper declares state of emergency ahead of storm

    Cooper declares state of emergency ahead of storm

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    Kennedy International Airport temporarily halted all flights due to whiteout conditions, it said on its Twitter feed. "Avoiding unnecessary travel will keep accidents to a minimum and allow state and municipal road crews to safely go about their work".
  • Strong stance helps spur talks about North Korea

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    The announcement by Seoul's Unification Ministry came hours after the United States said it has agreed to delay annual joint military exercises with South Korea until after the Winter Olympics. The tentative rapprochement comes after the North's leader Kim Jong-Un warned in his New Year speech that he had a nuclear button on his desk, but at the same time offered Seoul an olive branch, saying Pyongyang could send a team to next month's Winter Olympics in the South.
  • Sean Spicer on inauguration crowd size comments: 'I screwed that up royally'

    Sean Spicer on inauguration crowd size comments: 'I screwed that up royally'

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    Bannon, however, didn't deny calling Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting "treasonous", or suggesting he was naive not to have a lawyer present at the meeting. "Look, I'm a very self-critical person", Spicer said Thursday. "There were times when I screwed up", Spicer told conservative commentator S.E. Cupp during an interview aired on CNN Thursday evening.
  • New deep freeze warning issued for region by Environment Canada

    New deep freeze warning issued for region by Environment Canada

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    People who are experiencing homelessness or who are at risk of homelessness are encouraged to contact the District of Muskoka at 705-645-2412 for resources available during extreme cold weather events. Wind chill values due to northwest winds near 50 kilometres per hour will be near - 30 tonight. "The extreme cold will continue until Saturday or possibly into Sunday morning".
  • 11-year-old girl hit, killed by train in Haines City

    11-year-old girl hit, killed by train in Haines City

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    The release said evidence at the scene indicated the girl was wearing headphones when the train hit her. According to Polk County Sheriff's Office detectives, Yazmin White , 11, had just left Carmelita's Food Mart and began walking through the woods.
  • New York City Closes Schools Over Snow

    New York City Closes Schools Over Snow

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    The effort, unveiled Tuesday by Mayor Bill de Blasio, is part of a $50 million investment in security infrastructure after vehicles were used to mow down pedestrians in 2017. "We know we have to do even more to keep people safe and that's why we conducted a review on how best to secure our streets and public spaces, and we formulated a plan of action".
  • All RCSD schools will be closed Friday

    All RCSD schools will be closed Friday

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    Some Flint-area charter schools, including Richfield Public School Academy and Grand Blanc Academy, previously moved to remain closed on Thursday and Friday over the extreme cold and low wind chills. Thousands of students in the Rochester City School district and their parents are changing their plans for Friday. The school cancellation also applies to all extracurricular activities throughout this weekend.
  • Trump tries to block release of 'libelous' book

    Trump tries to block release of 'libelous' book

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    Trump also tweeted this week that he has a "nuclear button" that is "much bigger" than the one claimed by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Trump's lawyers moved to prevent the release of " Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House " - an exposé by author and political muck spreader Michael Wolff - which quotes key Trump aides raising questions about his fitness for office.
  • U.S. to provide 'great support' to Iranians at 'appropriate time'

    U.S. to provide 'great support' to Iranians at 'appropriate time'

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    It was not immediately clear what assistance Trump had in mind. In this photo provided by Tasnim News Agency, women hold posters showing portraits of late Iranian revolutionary founder Ayatollah Khomeini and Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei during a pro-government rally in Qom, Iran on Wednesday.
  • Trump plans to expand offshore drilling in Pacific and Atlantic

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    Zinke said the plan is an attempt to responsibly improve the nation's economy and energey security. Over the next five years, the administration is proposing 47 offshore lease sales for oil and gas drilling, which would be the largest number of lease sales ever proposed for the outer continental shelf.
  • Leigh Corfman files defamation lawsuit against Roy Moore

    Leigh Corfman files defamation lawsuit against Roy Moore

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    Leigh Corfman, who told the Washington Post that Roy Moore sexually abused her when she was a 14-year-old girl and he was a 32-year-old assistant district attorney, has filed suit in Alabama alleging that Roy Moore and his senate campaign defamed her "repeatedly and in all forms of media".
  • 'Fire And Fury' publisher moves up book release date to Friday

    'Fire And Fury' publisher moves up book release date to Friday

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    I never spoke to him for book. When the presentation ended, it was Sanders, not Trump, who took questions about the book, which she said was 'full of lies'. "ABA staunchly defends the freedom of publishers to publish and sell the titles they deem appropriate, whether it is a book from a controversial author, or whether it is about a sitting president".
  • No matter the laws, result is always abuse: Snowden on Aadhaar breach

    No matter the laws, result is always abuse: Snowden on Aadhaar breach

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    UIDAI , the Aadhaar governing body further stated that the Aadhaar information can only be accessed by designated personnel and state government officials, and the search facility is available for the objective of grievance redressal. The report added that paying an additional Rs 300 also granted access to software that allowed the printing of Aadhaar cards . It also stressed that mere availability of Aadhaar number will not lead to financial fraud as for a successful authentication ...
  • Wind Chills to 30 below — Metro Detroit Weather

    Wind Chills to 30 below — Metro Detroit Weather

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    A Wind Chill Warning is in effect for all of central and northern NY from late Thursday evening right through Sunday morning. Track temperatures and our next snow chances with our Local4Casters app. FRIDAY: Partly cloudy skies and frigid temperatures stay around, with a high temperature of 17 degrees. Lows tonight fall below zero once again.
  • Erdogan says United States verdict part of 'serious plot chain' against Turkey

    Erdogan says United States verdict part of 'serious plot chain' against Turkey

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    According to presidential sources, Erdoğan told Rouhani that he backs the Iranian president's statement warning Iranians not to violate laws while exercising their right to protest. Erdogan stressed the significance of maintaining peace and stability in Iran. Referring to unrest in recent days in Iran, the Turkish president also referred to similar incidents that some powers had created in his country, saying: "Turkey does not consider Iran's stability and security separate from its own ...
  • 18 killed, 239 injured in South Africa passenger train crash

    18 killed, 239 injured in South Africa passenger train crash

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    The death toll in Thursday's passenger train crash in South Africa rose to 12. The Emergency Services confirmed that the Shosholoza Meyl Train 37012 was traveling from Port Elizabeth to Johannesburg, when it hit a truck at Jeneva level crossing between Henneman and Kroonstad in Free State province.
  • Frozen Florida iguanas cold-stunned, but probably not dead

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    If you do find one and want to help, "put then over to the side if you feel comfortable to put them in the sun or put them off the road so you're not running them over", Maple said. It's just enough to force them to hibernate. Once the temperature rises again, they'll pop back to life. This causes them to accidentally lose their balance and fall.
  • Russian Federation says USA 'looking for reasons' to pressure Iran

    Russian Federation says USA 'looking for reasons' to pressure Iran

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    Iran's Ambassador to the UN Gholamali Khoshroo has accused the United States of "grotesque" interference in his country's affairs, and of encouraging regime change in the Islamic Republic. "The whole territory of the U.S.is within the range of our nuclear strike and a nuclear button is always on the desk of my office and this is just a reality, not a threat", he said, while emphasising that the weapons would only be used if North Korea was threatened.