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The entire day will not be a washout. The good news is that, despite the rain, temperatures will be unseasonably warm next week. Should be a quick hit of rain. When all said and done with this system, we'll see about a half an inch of rain. Expect readings in the 60s, but they could get a little higher than that! Mostly sunny skies are in the forecast Friday allowing temperatures to recover into the lower 30s by the afternoon.
  • Udall, Heinrich Say White House Reliance On Interim Security Clearances Troubling

    Udall, Heinrich Say White House Reliance On Interim Security Clearances Troubling

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    On Thursday, NBC News reported that only 10 of 24 National Security Council members listed on an internal White House document had been issued permanent security clearances as of November of past year. Nevertheless, in a rare move for the president or any of his top aides, Kelly admitted missteps. The chief of staff also called for the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Justice Department to hand-deliver completed background checks to the White House counsel office.
  • People Called Cops On Nikolas Cruz 30 Times - They Didn't Do Anything

    People Called Cops On Nikolas Cruz 30 Times - They Didn't Do Anything

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    Kimmel wasn't the only one speaking out. "Let's protect Baron. And let's also protect all these other kids". Authorities have not described any specific motive, except to say that Cruz had been kicked out of the high school. The first lady rode separately to the air base for the trip to Florida , as she did to Trump's State of the Union address after the affairs allegations first emerged.
  • Child rapist gets death sentence in Pakistan

    Child rapist gets death sentence in Pakistan

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    Ali was sentenced on four counts - murdering a child, kidnapping a child, raping a minor and committing an unnatural act with a minor. He was awarded life sentence for sodomy and seven years of jail term for dumping her dead body in a trash heap.
  • I'm not a victim for sure, says Neeraj Pandey

    I'm not a victim for sure, says Neeraj Pandey

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    Speaking of the film's release, Sidharth Malhotra had told IANS: "Our producers are tackling it". While the film didn't see the light of the day in Pakistan, " Aiyaary " received a flying starts in overseas markets. "We loved the fact that the journey was unique for this film". "Only one body should have any say in the film's release, and that's CBFC". I've heard it is a common practice by MoD to watch films that feature characters from the defence forces.
  • James Spann: Not much sun for Alabama through the weekend

    James Spann: Not much sun for Alabama through the weekend

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    Light showers will continue into the evening until a front passes late Thursday evening and temperatures drop! The precipitation Friday morning won't last long with clouds thinning out by afternoon. Expect mostly cloudy skies and isolated showers on Saturday . This after weekend highs in the 40s and 50s. Skies start sunny on Saturday , but we're watching a system to the south that develops along a stalled front.
  • Brazil Asks Military To End Gang Violence In Rio De Janeiro

    Brazil Asks Military To End Gang Violence In Rio De Janeiro

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    Brazilian President Michel Temer has declared that the federal government will be intervening in the public security of Rio de Janeiro. "We can not passively accept the death of innocents", Temer said in a speech at his Planalto palace in Brasilia in which he outlined the human cost of the violence.
  • Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn met with communist spy

    Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn met with communist spy

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    The Sun front page is the latest in a series of allegations thrown at Corbyn since he became Labour leader, which intensified during last year's general election campaign. It has also been repeatedly noted that Mr. Putin was once a KGB agent stationed in East Germany, which once bordered Czechoslovakia. Czechoslovak agents found that Cobryn was "anti-American" and "pro-Soviet", which gives further ammunition to Corbyn's critics who find that his politics are too left-wing for a major ...
  • Palestinian teenager sentenced to four life terms

    Palestinian teenager sentenced to four life terms

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    Tova Salomon, 68, Yosef Salomon's wife, was seriously wounded in the attack. He was also ordered to pay the family a sum of NIS 1.8 million in compensation. Halamish killer Omar al-Abed al-Jalil. If you don't open its gates, I am confident that others will follow me to strike with an iron hand. The attack was carried out during high tension between the Palestinians and Israel over Israeli measures at Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.
  • Maharashtra: Hailstorm hits crop on over 1.8 lakh hectares

    Maharashtra: Hailstorm hits crop on over 1.8 lakh hectares

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    Agriculture Minister Pandurang Fundkar has said that compensation would be given to farmers who suffered crop loss. As per the authorities, the final figures of the losses are still awaited hence the number may rise. The most affected districts are Jalna (Marathwada), Buldhana and Amravati (Vidarbha). " Chana is the main crop that stands to be affected most as it was nearly ready for harvesting".
  • Analyst Review on these Stocks: Realty Income Corporation (O), Dana Incorporated (DAN)

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    The stock of Duke Realty Corporation (NYSE:DRE) has "Hold" rating given on Thursday, November 12 by BB&T Capital. Robert W. Baird cut Kilroy Realty from an "outperform" rating to a "neutral" rating in a report on Monday, January 8th. Deprince Race & Zollo Inc, which manages about $8.52B and $4.45 billion US Long portfolio, upped its stake in Itt Inc by 14,921 shares to 1.16M shares, valued at $51.29M in 2017Q3, according to the filing.
  • GOP Rep. Changes Mind, Will Run For Senate Against Heitkamp

    GOP Rep. Changes Mind, Will Run For Senate Against Heitkamp

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    Heitkamp is among 10 Democrats in states Trump carried who are up for re-election in 2018. When then-White House press secretary Sean Spicer came under fire for favorably comparing Hitler to Syrian President Bashar Assad, saying, "You had someone who was as despicable as Hitler who didn't even sink to using chemical weapons", Cramer said Spicer's comments were "not without some validity".
  • Ex-Trump adviser close to plea deal with Mueller

    Ex-Trump adviser close to plea deal with Mueller

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    Manafort also attended the infamous June 6, 2016 Trump Tower meeting - his experience would have left him with no illusions as to the meeting's real goal - and continued to speak with Trump officials after the election . property. Prosecutors said in the redacted filing that they had evidence that Manafort secured the $9 million mortgage from the Federal Savings Bank through false representations, including "doctored profit and lost statements" that overstated the property's income by ...
  • Iranian President Rouhani meets PM Modi, President Kovind in New Delhi

    Iranian President Rouhani meets PM Modi, President Kovind in New Delhi

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    The visit to India is taking place at the official invitation of the Indian prime minister who visited Iran a year ago. Rouhani's visit to India comes at a time when U.S. The Chabahar Port in South Eastern Iran being developed by India is seen as the closest sea link of Iran to the Indian ocean. Iran and India can reap optimum benefit from this mutually cooperation, Dr Rouhani added.
  • Mexico hit by major natural disaster of magnitude 7.5

    Mexico hit by major natural disaster of magnitude 7.5

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    She stayed in place, but felt more prepared. Officials had initially estimated the magnitude at 7.5, but later issued a correction. The protocols in case of natural disaster were activated by the authorities of Mexico City , confirmed the head of government, Miguel Angel Mancera, in a message on his Twitter account.
  • Halep injury woe continues as Wozniacki marches on in Qatar

    Halep injury woe continues as Wozniacki marches on in Qatar

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    The woman Wozniacki beat in Melbourne, Simona Halep, is also through beating Anastasija Sevastova 6-4, 6-3, keeping alive the possibility of a replay of the Australian Open final. And Garbine Muguruza was handed a walkover to the final - and will get a day s rest - because of the withdrawal of Halep , after beating France s Caroline Garcia 6-3, 1-6, 6-4.
  • 'US feels responsible for Kurds in Syria, Iraq'

    'US feels responsible for Kurds in Syria, Iraq'

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    Secretary of State Rex Tillerson pledged cooperation with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government but also issued new warnings over the erosion of democratic norms and the country's plan to sign a defense deal with Russian Federation.
  • How Gun Control Laws Compare Around the Globe

    How Gun Control Laws Compare Around the Globe

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    He said he planned to travel to Florida meet with victims' families, explore how to better secure schools and to "tackle the hard issue of mental health". The president says of the responders, "Give them a raise". Broward County Schools Superintendent Rob Runcie said: "now is the time to have a real conversation about gun control legislation".
  • Thousands mourn victims of Florida school shooting

    Thousands mourn victims of Florida school shooting

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    We can and we must stop this carnage with laws that are proven to make a difference. An American school safety adviser says there is no quick fix to school shootings . He said he'll travel to Florida to meet with victims' families and to examine how to make schools more secure and "tackle the hard issue of mental health ".
  • UN, OSCE Slam Turkey Over Life Sentences for Journalists

    UN, OSCE Slam Turkey Over Life Sentences for Journalists

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    The trial of the journalists and four other defendants started on June 19, 2017 in the 26 Istanbul Heavy Penal Court. Ahmet Altan , a former newspaper chief editor, and his brother, Mehmet Altan - a columnist and academic - were accused of appearing together with veteran journalist Ilicak in a political debate show on a Gulen-linked television channel.