• GOP Rep. Mia Love: Trump's

    GOP Rep. Mia Love: Trump's "s**thole" comments were racist

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    He talked about the hot-button topic of DACA and said that "Democrats were not helping" and that they did not want to make a deal. But Senator Dick Durbin said the accusations were true and that Trump had used a language "full of hate, vile and racist" during the meeting .
  • Is Trump Eroding the Moral Authority of the US Globally?

    Is Trump Eroding the Moral Authority of the US Globally?

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    The US leader told reporters he is the least racist person they have interviewed. Trump wrote , "I have a wonderful relationship with Haitians". The profanity is that the president of the United States said, quite plainly, that he believes the United States should have an immigration policy that encourages more whites than black or Hispanic immigrants.
  • British tourists warned to 'stay in resorts' in Jamaica security emergency

    British tourists warned to 'stay in resorts' in Jamaica security emergency

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    The popular holiday hotspot of Montego Bay - home to a string of upmarket resorts - has witnessed a recent spike in gun crime that saw authorities resort to extreme measures. Holness said members of the security forces will have "extraordinary powers" and some rights are suspended. The state of emergency allows law enforcement to search businesses and recreational areas that are under a temporary curfew without a warrant.
  • Van Persie moves back to hometown club Feyenoord

    Van Persie moves back to hometown club Feyenoord

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    The 34-year-old Van Persie reached an agreement with his current club Fenerbahce from Turkey to break his contract, which allowed him to move back to the Netherlands on a free transfer. The Netherlands worldwide spent eight seasons with Arsene Wenger's side, winning the FA Cup, before joining Manchester United in 2012. Giovanni van Bronckhorst's side now sit fifth in the Dutch top-flight, 14 points adrift of leaders PSV.
  • Nokia Oyj (NOKIA) Given Average Recommendation of "Buy" by Brokerages

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    Lenox Wealth Management Inc. now owns 129,663 shares of the technology company's stock worth $775,000 after purchasing an additional 33,987 shares in the last quarter. BidaskClub lowered shares of Nokia Corporation from a "buy" rating to a "hold" rating in a research note on Monday. Credit Suisse Group downgraded Nokia Oyj from an "outperform" rating to a "neutral" rating and boosted their price target for the company from $4.89 to $5.00 in a research note on Friday, January 5th.
  • U.S. senator stands by 's***hole' account, Trump says 'totally misrepresented'

    U.S. senator stands by 's***hole' account, Trump says 'totally misrepresented'

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    The doctor says he had "absolutely no concerns" about the 71-year-old president's cognitive abilities, but performed the screening because Trump asked him to do it. Tim Scott, R-S.C., in a private conversation that media accounts of the remarks were "basically accurate". Emerging from lunch with the Republican caucus, Graham said he told his colleagues he won't be voting for the CR.
  • Claim of Russian money link to Trump's Doonbeg golf course

    Claim of Russian money link to Trump's Doonbeg golf course

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    Under oath, Simpson said: "As we pieced together the early years of ( Trump's ) biography, it seemed as if during the early part of his career he had connections to a lot of Italian mafia figures, and then gradually during the 90s became associated with Russian mafia figures".
  • Late bid to halt US federal government shutdown

    Late bid to halt US federal government shutdown

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    Newly minted Alabama Democratic Sen. An administration spokesperson said Trump won't leave Washington unless a short-term government spending bill is passed by Congress . Five Democrats - Joe Manchin of West Virginia, Joe Donnelly of Indiana, Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota, Doug Jones of Alabama and Claire McCaskill of Missouri - had backed it, though their votes could change.
  • Australian Open: Kerber thrashes Sharapova to reach fourth round

    Australian Open: Kerber thrashes Sharapova to reach fourth round

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    In 2016, players were taken off the courts during the opening round of qualifiers, while Canadian Frank Dancevic complained about the open's "inhuman" conditions in 2014. Lauren Davis beat Andrea Petkovic and has a third-round match against Halep. "But, you know, people might say, Well, at this level you have to be as a professional tennis player fit".
  • North Korea cancels South Korea visit by advance team for art troupe

    North Korea cancels South Korea visit by advance team for art troupe

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    Among them, marching together under an unified Korea flag at the opening ceremony, competing together in at least four categories (figure skating, alpine skiing, cross-country skiing and women's ice hockey), hosting celebrations at the North's Onjonggak complex on the eve of the Olympics, and a joint training at Masikryong Ski Resort.
  • Sarah Jessica Parker seems on Ellen

    Sarah Jessica Parker seems on Ellen

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    So, she's not coming back but you can still do it without her right?' "And then, perhaps, we'll be able to consider, say, for instance, you playing Samantha", she said, gesturing toward DeGeneres. Last week, I said 'No.' Reality is a brutal companion", Sarah continued. I feel like maybe, I don't know. The 61-year-old star maintained however that she never planned on coming back for a third movie.
  • Cognitive Tests Prove Mental Fitness Of President Trump

    Cognitive Tests Prove Mental Fitness Of President Trump

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    He said he hadn't initially planned to administer the screening for neurological impairments, but did so at Trump's asking. "I can promise you there is absolutely nothing that I'm withholding from this", Jackson said. "It is called genetics", Jackson said when asked how a borderline obese man with on cholesterol-lowering medication could be considered in excellent health .
  • Mom of Racist Sorority Girl Speaks Out Over Controversy

    Mom of Racist Sorority Girl Speaks Out Over Controversy

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    Barbera, whose last name differs from her daughter's, said the videos do not reflect how the teen was raised. "She's just degrading herself and it breaks my heart", Barbera said. Barber took a different tone in an interview Wednesday with the New York Post , the media outlet reported. "F**k you. F**k you", she said, holding a plastic cup.
  • Australian Open: Maria Sharapova into the second round after defeating Tatjana Maria

    Australian Open: Maria Sharapova into the second round after defeating Tatjana Maria

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    Sharapova , back in the top 50 after a 15-month doping ban, demonstrated all the shot-making that made her a five-time major victor as she destroyed gritty Anastasija Sevastova 6-1, 7-6 (7/4) on Rod Laver Arena. I was consistent but I was looking to come forward. "If you don't play matches, people will be unhappy". The Russian leads the head-to-head against the left-handed Kerber 4-3, the German, who turned 30 on Thursday, won their last two encounters, both of which were played in 2015.
  • Are you more stable than Trump?

    Are you more stable than Trump?

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    WHITE House doctor Ronny Jackson says President Donald Trump is in general good health and that he has "no concerns" about his mental health. Dr Jackson said he talks daily with Mr Trump "and I have found no reason whatsoever to think that the president has any issues whatsoever with his thought process".
  • Seoul wants Olympic momentum to lead to US-North Korea talks

    Seoul wants Olympic momentum to lead to US-North Korea talks

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    Evidence on North Korean state propaganda networks indicates that Kim is attempting to use the Olympics to convince North Koreans that a unified Korean under the Kim dynasty is imminent. commitment to the alliance, and rebuking North Korea's leadership in stern yet, measured language. South Korea and the United States are due to resume the major annual military exercises called Key Resolve and Foal Eagle, which Pyongyang often angrily reacts.
  • United States and Pakistan clash at United Nations over Afghanistan

    United States and Pakistan clash at United Nations over Afghanistan

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    The exchange took place Friday at a Security Council meeting on the issue of Afghanistan's relations with its Central Asia neighbors and the link between peace and security. "That must change", Sullivan stressed. Pakistan's Ambassador to the United States Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry. But privately, Washington is pushing Islamabad to convince the Haqqani Network to come to the negotiating table, according to a senior Pakistani official, who not only has direct knowledge of the development but ...
  • White House says it won't negotiate with Dems

    White House says it won't negotiate with Dems

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    But Democrats, hearing the plights of "dreamers" and heeding wishes of an energized base, were holding fast to their refusal to move ahead without a DACA fix. "We are going to manage a shutdown differently". Costs and inconvenience in shutdowns quickly mount. According to Moody's it cost the economy an estimated $20 billion.