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Over the past year, Pyongyang has made big advances in being able to strike the U.S. with a nuclear weapon. Multiple reports out of the White House indicate an internal debate over a hot topic: Whether or not to strike North Korea. Bronk pointed out that the missiles fly at subsonic speeds and that "North Korea is fairly careful to monitor their waters". Some of them we could not hide.
  • Kato Ottio dies after illness in training at 23

    Kato Ottio dies after illness in training at 23

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    The players are having constant battles against each other in fights, contacts and wrestles, but there's nothing like a game. Widnes coach Denis Betts said he was yet to speak to Albert but the club would do whatever was necessary to support the former Penrith Panthers prop.
  • Pro-Obamacare group attacks HHS pick before hearing

    Pro-Obamacare group attacks HHS pick before hearing

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    Testifying before the Senate Finance Committee, Alex Azar said he can "find a lot of appeal" in block grants , which would replace the current open-ended federal funding structure with a single annual lump-sum payment that states could then disburse as they saw fit.
  • Senior Hamas leader shot in Gaza

    Senior Hamas leader shot in Gaza

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    Some initial reports suggested it might have been an assassination attempt. The U.S. maintained that Al-Alami was responsible for the Hamas military wing in Gaza, Judea and Samaria. Mr Alani was then elected deputy leader in Gaza, a position he held until a year ago. This smiling man is senior Hamashole Imad Al-Alami. According to Hamas, Alami was previously injured in an alleged Israeli airstrike in 2014.
  • U.S. imposes new sanctions on Iran's missile program

    U.S. imposes new sanctions on Iran's missile program

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    President Donald Trump has refused to certify the deal - which lifted sanctions in return for Iran scaling back its nuclear programme. "The global community and our region will be the biggest loser, since a successful experience in the worldwide arena will be lost", he said.
  • Weather advisory calls for 2-4 inches of snow in southeast Mich.

    Weather advisory calls for 2-4 inches of snow in southeast Mich.

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    Sunday , partly sunny, with a high near 26. Along with the snow, northwest winds will be 25 miles per hour, with higher gusts in some locations. Friday night: Rain likely. Tonight - A chance of freezing rain , mainly after 5 a.m. Thursday: Mostly cloudy, with a high near 46. Lows 29 to 44 higher elevations.42 to 50 lower elevations.
  • President Trump gets national anthem moment at football title game

    President Trump gets national anthem moment at football title game

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    Trump kept his hand over his heart during the national anthem, and appeared to have sang along to parts of the song. Trump departed the stadium during halftime as Georgia led Alabama 13-0. Alabama players were largely indifferent when asked earlier in the week about Trump attending the game. USA TODAY confirmed last week that Trump plans to attend Monday night's game as a guest of Nick and Jamie Ayers; Nick Ayers is Vice President Mike Pence's chief of staff.
  • US President Donald Trump to attend Davos economic forum

    US President Donald Trump to attend Davos economic forum

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    It is unusual for presidents to attend in person, though vice-presidents sometimes represent the USA at the event. Trump's election victory dominated conversation at the World Economic Forum past year, though the administration didn't send any official representatives.
  • Senator releases text of interview with Fusion GPS official

    Senator releases text of interview with Fusion GPS official

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    Sen. Dianne Feinstein , the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee , has released a transcript of the committee's closed-door interview with Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson over Republican objections. Neither committee had intentions of releasing the transcripts from its interview with Mr. Simpson. When the dossier was completed in October 2016, Simpson testified, Steele pushed to reveal its contents to the Federal Bureau of Investigation as his findings constituted a "national ...
  • Louisiana teacher removed from school board meeting in handcuffs

    Louisiana teacher removed from school board meeting in handcuffs

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    The teacher as called upon a second time for comment and, after posing another question, the unidentified Abbeville city marshal on duty grabbed Hargrave and removed her from the meeting. "Sir, hold on! I am way smaller than you!" The KATC video shows the officer and the teacher leaving the meeting room and, shortly afterward, a woman is heard screaming apparently from a hall.
  • Threat of Mudslides Forces Thousands to Flee California Homes

    Threat of Mudslides Forces Thousands to Flee California Homes

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    The Thomas Fire - the largest wildfire in California's recorded history - has burned more than 281,000 acres in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties since it began in early December. Hundreds of residents were under mandatory evacuation orders. "I feel like it's insane", she said. Thousands are without power in and around Santa Barbara, northwest of Los Angeles .
  • Fed prosecutor: No immunity for legal marijuana businesses

    Fed prosecutor: No immunity for legal marijuana businesses

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    State Sen. Tonya Schuitmaker, a Lawton Republican competing with Leonard for the GOP attorney general nomination, did not directly criticize Sessions but said she believes "the people of MI should decide what is best for MI". When contemplating the potential impact of Sessions' pronouncement, it is important to understand that the Cole Memorandum did not go so far as to confer immunity from federal prosecution, but rather instructed prosecutors to "continue to review marijuana cases on a ...
  • Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio announces he will run for Senate

    Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio announces he will run for Senate

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    Arpaio, 85, was the long-time sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona who gained national attention for his tough stances on immigration and his questions about former President Barack Obama's birth certificate, which he claimed was forged. Kelli Ward, a well-known conservative candidate best known for challenging Sen. The sheriff, who lost his elected sheriff's office previous year after more than two decades, has long floated bids for higher office.
  • 'Fire and Fury' Is 'Grotesque' and 'Fiction': Stephen Miller

    'Fire and Fury' Is 'Grotesque' and 'Fiction': Stephen Miller

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    Miller slammed the book as "very poorly written fiction" and "a pile of trash through and through", and said Wolff was "a garbage author of a garbage book". Soon after Miller's interview with CNN aired on Sunday, Trump weighed in again on Twitter . Miller , in turn, scolded Tapper for making "condescending" and "snide" remarks and bashed CNN for airing "24 hours of negative, anti-Trump, hysterical coverage".
  • Trump holds meeting with bipartisan lawmakers over immigration

    Trump holds meeting with bipartisan lawmakers over immigration

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    Coulter made the remarks as the White House is attempting to cut a deal with the Republican establishment to cut legal immigration levels in half, end the Diversity Visa Lottery, and receive full funding for the proposed U.S. That would include limiting what critics call "chain migration", in which legal immigrants are able to sponsor extended family members to come to the U.S.
  • 6 killed, 17 injured as blast hits SW Pakistani city

    6 killed, 17 injured as blast hits SW Pakistani city

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    However, according to initial reports, a suicide attacker on a motorcycle was attempting to target the Balochistan Assembly building but detonated his explosives near the high-security Red Zone area. Rescue teams rushed to the spot and shifted the injured to Civil Hospital, CMH and Trauma Centre, where emergency was declared. Pakistani security officials gather around a damaged police bus and truck at the site of suicide bomb attack in Quetta on January 9, 2018.
  • Altice NV spinning off Altice USA

    Altice NV spinning off Altice USA

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    The pre-separation dividend payout will see Altice NV receive roughly 900 million euros. The board of directors of Altice USA has also approved in principal the payment of a $1.5 billion cash dividend to all shareholders immediately prior to completion of the separation, and a share buyback program of up to $2 billion.