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Ellis County Sheriff's Office personnel park outside a high school in Italy, Tex., after an active shooter incident Monday. ECSO posted to Facebook an update saying students, under police guard, were being moved as the investigation continues.
  • Trump's First Year: Strong Economy, Weak Poll Numbers

    Trump's First Year: Strong Economy, Weak Poll Numbers

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    Bush's mark of 34 percent in 2008, five years after he launched the disastrous invasion of Iraq. It's approval rating across the Americas is four percentage points higher than the USA, but disapproval is much lower at 35%. Polling data reveal the USA has seen its biggest losses in Portugal, Belgium, Norway and Canada, each experiencing a drop in approval rating of at least 40 percent.
  • North Korea vs United States: A nuclear war that needs to stop

    North Korea vs United States: A nuclear war that needs to stop

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    The country has tested short, medium, intermediate, and intercontinental-range ballistic missiles, or ICBMs along with testing fission bomb. But the primary point was to talk about North Korea. Starting from the first week of January, the Chinese Foreign Ministry summoned embassy officials of all 20 countries invited to the meeting, including Japan, South Korea and the United States, and lodged a protest separately, according to the sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
  • Majority of voters say Trump respects whites more than people of color

    Majority of voters say Trump respects whites more than people of color

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    One of the most significant declines in the confidence of U.S. global leadership was in the United Kingdom where it dropped by a massive 265 of the points. In particular, support for America's leaders is down sharply in Canada, Mexico, South America and Europe. Of the four countries surveyed by Gallup on leadership, Germany stood at the top with its 41 percent approval rating.
  • World's richest 1% get 82% of the wealth, Oxfam says

    World's richest 1% get 82% of the wealth, Oxfam says

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    In Australia, eight people became billionaires in 2017 - meaning there are more billionaires Down Under than ever before. A report ( copy blow ) released today by Oxfam India said 73 percent of the wealth generated a year ago went to the richest 1%, while 67 crore Indians who comprise the poorest half of the population saw 1% increase in their wealth .
  • Pakistan vs New Zealand, 1st T20I

    Pakistan vs New Zealand, 1st T20I

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    It's safe to say New Zealand have had a stellar summer so far; 2-0 win over Windies in Tests, 3-0 in ODIs. Shadab Khan ended Bruce's innings at 26, as New Zealand lost their third wicket at 57. He managed to get off the mark in the following over but only lasted nine balls before he became Southee´s second victim and was gone for seven. Pakistan were in immediate trouble after being sent into bat and were four for 22 in the sixth over as Southee led a dismantling of the ...
  • The DMZ Winter Olympics

    The DMZ Winter Olympics

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    The 22 athletes will not be expected to win a first Winter Games medal for North Korea since 1992, when it got a bronze in women's short track speed skating. The hockey team will compete as "Korea", under the unification flag and using the song "Arirang" as its anthem. Many critics are skeptical of Kim's abrupt overture, believing he may be trying to use the Olympics to weaken US -led global pressure and sanctions toughened after North Korea's sixth and biggest nuclear test and a ...
  • Five things to know about Eagles' NFC Championship win

    Five things to know about Eagles' NFC Championship win

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    Nick Foles , the backup QB who was thrust into the starting role when Carson Wentz blew out his left knee last month, led the Philadelphia to a 38-7 rout of the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC championship game. "When people don't think you're good enough or you're not going to win, it doesn't register with them considering how hard they've worked". The Vikings did not look anything like the team that went 13-3 during the regular season behind strong play on both sides of the ball.
  • Trump Not to Negotiate Immigration Reform 'Until Democrats Stop Playing Games'

    Trump Not to Negotiate Immigration Reform 'Until Democrats Stop Playing Games'

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    The White House later confirmed. Republicans and Democrats frequently toy with a shutdown but the is the first one since 2013 when a shutdown continued for 16 days. embassy to Jerusalem. Members of each party blamed the other for the shutdown, but some of the blame landed on the president. The children's health program serves almost 9 million low-income children, and some states have come close to exhausting their funds.
  • Secret Superstar breaks Dangal's record in China

    Secret Superstar breaks Dangal's record in China

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    With $6.86 million on its opening day, and $10.45 million on Saturday, Secret Superstar has earned $17.31 million (Rs 110.52 crore) so far. Secret Superstar's total lifetime collection in India was around 68 crores and film recovered a whole lot more than that in merely 2 days.
  • ONGC to buy govt stake in HPCL for Rs 36915 cr

    ONGC to buy govt stake in HPCL for Rs 36915 cr

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    Once the deal is completed by the end of this month, the central government's entire share of 51% in HPCL will be transferred to state-owned ONGC , making it a very big integrated oil conglomerate. India's finance minister Arun Jaitley said in February that the country plans to form a national oil major by combining other state-owned firms. "Through this acquisition, ONGC will become India's first vertically integrated oil major, having presence across the entire value-chain".
  • 2 bombs found near Mahabodhi temple in Bodh Gaya, NIA begins probe

    2 bombs found near Mahabodhi temple in Bodh Gaya, NIA begins probe

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    The explosion-like sound was heard shortly after the Dalai Lama completed his discourse and retired for the day at a Tibetan monastery, he said. Upendra Kumar Rai, a constable of Bihar Military Police (BMP) deployed outside the Kalchakra grounds, was the man who first saw the plastic bags in which the crude bombs were kept and alerted senior officials.
  • This Shows Leeds United Fans Are Intelligent - Whites Star

    This Shows Leeds United Fans Are Intelligent - Whites Star

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    The Lions looked to be cruising to their first away victory of the campaign as they led 2-0 at the break through goals from Aiden O'Brien and Lee Gregory. "It was pantomime stuff and I got a couple of good assists". To add insult to injury for Christiansen on the disciplinary front, midfielder Kalvin Phillips collected a 10th yellow card of the season and will now serve a two-match suspension.
  • Eruption Spews Massive Ash Cloud, Lava Fountain [Photos, Videos]

    Eruption Spews Massive Ash Cloud, Lava Fountain [Photos, Videos]

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    Mayon, the country's most active volcano, has been spewing ash, lava, and pyroclastic material since January 13, displacing close to 40,000 residents in the central province of Albay. "Many global partners are studying the characteristic of Mayon volcano and although it is the most equipped volcano in the world with state of the art gadgets around it, it's hard to predict how Mayon will behave", Bornas said.
  • Women's March: Natalie Portman Tells Her Story Of 'Sexual Terrorism' At 13

    Women's March: Natalie Portman Tells Her Story Of 'Sexual Terrorism' At 13

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    During the event, the Oscar-winning actress took to the stage, opening up about growing up as a child actor in Hollywood. As hundreds of thousands of women took to the streets all across the country for the Women's March on Saturday to protest Donald Trump's one year anniversary as president, actress Viola Davis took to the stage in an effort to give a voice to the faceless victims of sexual assault.
  • Syria warns it will down warplanes from Turkey

    Syria warns it will down warplanes from Turkey

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    Turkey views the YPG as an extension of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party ( PKK ) which has fought an insurgency in southeast Turkey since 1984. On Monday, Erdogan said preparations for the military assault on Afrin "are complete", adding that an operation could start any moment. Afrin had already been threatened by Turkey previous year, but that was a different time.
  • Trump says Mexico 'most unsafe country in the world'

    Trump says Mexico 'most unsafe country in the world'

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    Kelly said he told the Hispanic administrators that Trump has "evolved in the way he's took a gander at things", and that all government officials "say things over the span of battles that might possibly be completely informed". Kelly added that the U.S. can explore end arounds for wall funding. The president 'has evolved in the way he's looked at things, ' Kelly said. Kelly went on to say, "There's no doubt in my mind there's going to be a deal, so long as men and women on both sides ...
  • Turkey gave USA heads-up on Syria operation: Mattis

    Turkey gave USA heads-up on Syria operation: Mattis

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    Ankara vehemently opposes the YPG, accusing it of being the Syrian offshoot of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) which has waged a rebellion in southeast Turkey for more than three decades. The Turkish army has over the last two days shelled camps and refuges used by the People's Protection Units (YPG) militia in response to fire from the militia group, which Turkey deems to be a terror organisation.
  • Iran deal to 'fall apart' if Trump pulls out: Lavorv

    Iran deal to 'fall apart' if Trump pulls out: Lavorv

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    Mr Lavrov dismissed the United States concerns as politically-motivated. "We are interested in coordinating our actions". "Going forward, the Security Council, in particular, can provide leadership by demonstrating unity and continuing to highlight the importance of dialogue and diplomacy as an essential means for building confidence", he said, adding that a measure all Member States can undertake is the universal and complete implementation of all disarmament and non-proliferation ...
  • Special weather statement in effect

    Special weather statement in effect

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    As a result, incoming precipitation from the low will likely fall as freezing rain, especially Monday afternoon and potentially into the evening. This storm will impact travel across a significant area from Sault Ste. Localized power outages are also possible by Monday night. Several millimetres of rain could accumulate. Freezing rain warnings will likely be issued as the weather event approaches.