• Vikings stun Saints with 61-yard touchdown on last play

    Vikings stun Saints with 61-yard touchdown on last play

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    Wide receiver Stefon Diggs' 61-yard touchdown catch as time expired pushed the Vikings past the Saints in an instant classic Sunday, setting up the matchup with the Eagles . "They're my friends - They've been coming here all season long, just as much as we have". The next three ended with Viking interceptions and a missed field goal.
  • 4 militants killed on Uri border

    4 militants killed on Uri border

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    A joint team of Jammu and Kashmir police and Army carried out the operation. "I congratulate our security forces: Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Uri anti infiltration bid in which 5 terrorists were killed", said Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh.
  • Tragic Mudslides Follow California's Worst Fire

    Tragic Mudslides Follow California's Worst Fire

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    Ventura's Air Squad 6 dedicated helicopters to join Santa Barbara in the rescue effort. And rescue teams were still slogging through the mud, hunting for the missing and assessing the damage. "The last thing Peter yelled out to me was, 'Lalo, grab onto some wood and don't let go, ' And that was the last I heard of him", Barajas told CBS News .
  • Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu arrives in India for six-day visit

    Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu arrives in India for six-day visit

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    The Ministry of External Affairs on Saturday made public the itinerary of Israel's Prime Minister, who is also likely to visit Agra, Mumbai and Ahmedabad apart from New Delhi . A large number of Indian soldiers were killed during the battle to free the city and almost 900 were buried in Israel. They also unveiled a plaque commemorating Indian soldier Major Dalpat Singh, who led the successful cavalry charge that resulted in the liberation of Haifa.
  • At least 16 killed in Baghdad twin bomb blasts

    At least 16 killed in Baghdad twin bomb blasts

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    The Baghdad Health Department said at least 26 were killed and 90 injured. The attackers struck during the rush-hour at the city's Tayran Square, said the ministry's spokesman, Maj. No group immediately claimed responsibility for the attack but it follows previous attacks by the Islamic State group. Baghdad has seen nearly daily bombings and armed attacks since so-called Islamic State took over large areas of the country in 2014.
  • Jakarta Stock Exchange floor collapses

    Jakarta Stock Exchange floor collapses

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    MetroTV footage showed the lobby strewn with debris and people being helped out of the building while others lay on the grass or steps outside the tower. A balcony collapsed on Monday inside the Indonesia Stock Exchange building complex in the capital, Jakarta , sending people fleeing in panic and officials scrambling to determine the extent of the casualties.
  • Seagal investigated over sexual assault declare

    Seagal investigated over sexual assault declare

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    The police department confirmed the news to The Hollywood Reporter on Friday (January 12), but said that no other information is available at this time. However, Simons is the first to publicly accuse him of rape. Camera IconEleven other women have accused actor Steven Seagal of sexual misconduct.
  • Congress Chief Arrives In Lucknow En Route Amethi

    Congress Chief Arrives In Lucknow En Route Amethi

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    The inscription on the poster states Rahul an incarnation of Lord Ram who will bring " Ram Rajya " in 2019 by winning the General election and defeating "Ravan" Prime Minister Modi. Later, he will drive straight to Amethi and take some rest at the Munshiganj guest house. Rahul Gandhi is to arrive in his parliamentary constituency around noon and would take part in a road show that will stop over at seven prominent points of Amethi .
  • Local immigrants travel to Washington to fight for Dreamers

    Local immigrants travel to Washington to fight for Dreamers

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    The sticking point is what the cost of compromise might be. Dianne Feinstein to consider a "clean" Dream Act mysteriously went missing from the official transcript. All it takes is giving Trump a plausible start to the wall that the president can then, in his inimitable way, promote as the greatest structure built on a border since Hadrian began his famous handiwork at the northern limit of the Roman Empire in 122.
  • Venus Williams among those exiting early in Australia

    Venus Williams among those exiting early in Australia

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    On a bad opening day for American players, 2017 semi-finalist Coco Vandeweghe was beaten 7-6 (7-4) 6-2 by Hungary's Timea Babos, while last year's finalist Venus Williams lost 6-3 7-5 to world number 78 Belinda Bencic. "When I come back here for warm-up". US Open champion Sloane Stephens had to suffer a major upset in Australian Open 2018 as she lost out to China's Shuai Zhang in the very first round of the grand slam tournament.
  • Japanese, Bulgarian PMs discuss EPA, N.Korea

    Japanese, Bulgarian PMs discuss EPA, N.Korea

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    Abe's visit to Bulgaria as the first Japanese prime minister to do so comes after Tokyo and the 28-member economic bloc late a year ago finalized negotiations for a free trade deal to create one of the world's biggest economic areas, aiming to implement it in early 2019.
  • Bogus missile alert sparks Hawaii panic

    Bogus missile alert sparks Hawaii panic

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    The message also told people to seek shelter right away - and that it was not a drill. The alert went out Saturday morning, saying there was an inbound ballistic missile threat to Hawaii. Allsop said it wasn't chaotic at her hotel, but there was a lot of confusion. Nielsen spoke on " Fox News Sunday " about the misguided emergency alert.
  • 20 people dead, 4 still missing after California mudslides

    20 people dead, 4 still missing after California mudslides

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    Jennifer Ramos says Marilyn Ramos shared the home with her husband, Antonio Benitez, and the family of his brother, Victor Benitez. The number of missing has fluctuated widely after heavy rains unleashed a fury of devastation. Coast Guard and Navy , fanned out across Santa Barbara County hoping to find people alive. Many fled to nearby Carpinteria , where local resident Tessa Nash said they were communicating via a Facebook (NASDAQ:) page called Carpinteria Swap, which is usually ...
  • Federal Agency granted again DACA renewal requests

    Federal Agency granted again DACA renewal requests

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    There are roughly 700,000 DREAMers, named after the DREAM Act bill which would provide a road to permanent residency for unauthorized immigrants nationwide. She found a passion in advocating for people living in fear, a feeling she lived with for many years before the DACA program granted her protection.
  • Bipartisan Senate immigration plan draws quick opposition

    Bipartisan Senate immigration plan draws quick opposition

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    Eventually, Trump is going to need to decide how he actually feels about protecting Dreamers: Is it the urgent necessity that he called on Congress to pass, or an odious concession that is only acceptable when paired with a restrictionist revolution in American immigration policy? Democrats are under intense pressure to force the issue before the government runs out of money January 19, but aides said their party, especially the 10 Senate Democrats facing re-election next year in states ...
  • Hawaii's Missile Alert Happened Because Someone Hit The Wrong Button

    Hawaii's Missile Alert Happened Because Someone Hit The Wrong Button

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    Instead, US Rep. Tulsi Gabbard and the EMA sent out tweets telling Hawaiians there was no imminent missile threat to the state. "All of our phones started vibrating". The alert was officially cancelled about 38 minutes later. Governor David Ige apologised for the mistake and said the alert was sent during an employee shift change at the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency.
  • The tribe-busting politics of FISA and the surveillance debate

    The tribe-busting politics of FISA and the surveillance debate

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    Allows for the restarting of "about" collection, an invasive type of surveillance that the NSA ended past year after being criticized by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court for privacy violations. The House voted later in the day to renew the program . John F. Kelly, the White House chief of staff, was spotted in a House cloakroom talking to members before the vote in a last-minute lobbying push.
  • Police name woman who died after travel agents attack

    Police name woman who died after travel agents attack

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    Former colleague Gordon Campbell, 44, from Preston, said he would remember her "mischievous" sense of humour. Ex-partner Leah McDonald, who has a daughter with Hayes, wrote on Facebook : "There are no words to describe the pain I have woken with this morning!" "She left her mam and her sister to come here to be with me I promised you both from that day and even yesterday that I would always protect and look after her".
  • 16 hurt after Thai tourist boat explosion in Phi Phi Le island

    16 hurt after Thai tourist boat explosion in Phi Phi Le island

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    All the injured were hospitalised. The Bangkok Post said there was a fuel leak on the boat and the driver had asked an attendant to take over the steering and went to check the boat's engines. The fire quickly spread, prompting all the passengers to scramble for swimming vests and jump into the sea. A seriously injured Thai crew was later pronounced dead from burns.