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Her publisher Simon and Schuster says the book is Clinton's "most personal memoir yet" with revelations including her thoughts and feelings during last year's failed US presidential bid. Clinton will be signing copies of her new book, What Happened . The book also will look at the mistakes made during Clinton's campaign and how she "has coped with a shocking and devastating loss", and what Americans can learn moving forward.
  • US gasoline prices, margins surge as Harvey hits Gulf Coast refining

    US gasoline prices, margins surge as Harvey hits Gulf Coast refining

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    Due to its wide geographic scope across America's 4th-largest city, the ensuing flood disaster may rank as one of the most, if not the most, expensive natural disaster in US history. You can not put, in the city of Houston , 2.3 million people on the road. If a hurricane is expected to make landfall, people also need to make sure to fill up their vehicles with gasoline .
  • North Korea launches three short-range ballistic missiles

    North Korea launches three short-range ballistic missiles

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    North Korea's state media reported on Saturday that Kim had guided a contest of amphibious landing and aerial strike by its army against targets modelled after South Korean islands near the sea border on the west coast. Rex Tillerson , the U.S. Secretary of State, admired #North Korea for having some halt on its missiles test , but shortly after, they carried out their next missiles launch.
  • 13 killed in Baghdad vehicle bombing

    13 killed in Baghdad vehicle bombing

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    It was not immediately clear if a suicide bomber had driven the vehicle to the target or if it was a parked auto bomb, police sources said. At least 13 people were killed and 25 others were wounded on Monday in a vehicle bomb that went off near a building belonging to Iraq's Ministry of Electricity in eastern Baghdad, officials said.
  • Chicago Tribune columnist: Trump's Arpaio pardon a signal to snitches, 'gangsta politics'

    Chicago Tribune columnist: Trump's Arpaio pardon a signal to snitches, 'gangsta politics'

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    President Trump?s disregard for the rule of law and the judiciary continues his unsafe pattern of placing himself above and beyond democratic systems of justice. Richard Levy, the J.B. Smith Distinguished Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Kansas, is available to speak with media about the pardon, constitutional aspects of the pardon, including the role of the presidential pardon power, the scope of the power, the rule of law implications of pardoning someone found to be in ...
  • ACLU sues President Trump over transgender military ban

    ACLU sues President Trump over transgender military ban

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    Today, we and the ACLU of Maryland filed a lawsuit to challenge President Trump's cruel policy on behalf of Petty Officer First Class Brock Stone, Staff Sergeant Kate Cole, Senior Airmen John Doe, Airman First Class Seven Ero George, and Petty Officer First Class Teagan Gilbert.
  • Mumbai univ promises results by Aug 31

    Mumbai univ promises results by Aug 31

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    According to NDTV , around 80,000 students had appeared for both the semesters. As of now, the varsity has released 432 results out of the total 477. Mumbai University on Thursday informed Bombay high court that it would "strive" to declare final year BA/BCom/BSc results by August 31 . Compared to past year, there is a drop of 1.3 percent of passing success rate of the students in Semester 6.
  • NZ regain Women's Rugby World Cup beating England in final

    NZ regain Women's Rugby World Cup beating England in final

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    Throw in the under-20 world championships in Georgia on June 18, won by New Zealand 64-17 over England , and it has been a profitable few months for New Zealand rugby. Chairman Brent Impey said: "This victory is the result of a lot of hard work from a lot of people and we are incredibly proud". The game is being aired live on primetime, free-to-air TV and radio, the usual Saturday night entertainment being replaced by women's rugby.
  • Jos Verstappen: Max starting to doubt Red Bull

    Jos Verstappen: Max starting to doubt Red Bull

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    The Red Bull Racing driver slowly ground to a halt on Spa's Kemmel straight after seven laps in Sunday's Belgian GP following a failure of his power unit's internal combustion engine. Horner said the fact that Verstappen was more often the victim of engine failure on race day was sheer bad luck and had nothing to do with his driving style compared to his Australian team mate Daniel Ricciardo , who also had problems with the engine but not during races.
  • North Korea shrugs off United Nations sanctions, fires 3 new missiles

    North Korea shrugs off United Nations sanctions, fires 3 new missiles

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    The Japanese government has agreed to continue monitoring the situation on the Korean peninsula in close cooperation with South Korea and the United States and warned of new provocations from the North. Seoul's Joint Chiefs of Staff said that the projectiles fired from the North's eastern coast flew about 155 miles, though it did not mention any failures.
  • North Korea fires possible ballistic missile

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    North Korea's last missile test on July 28 was for an intercontinental ballistic missile created to fly 10,000 km (6,200 miles). So, we are all unified in our mission to say, denuclearize Korean peninsula. A anxious Chinese president Xi Jinping called on all parties to "exercise restraint."The US and North Korea entered into solid agreements in the 1990s, when the latter agreed to freeze its nuclear weapons program in return for US support for its civilian nuclear program and massive ...
  • Xi vows to work with Moon on differences

    Xi vows to work with Moon on differences

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    Earlier, Beijing and Seoul engaged in rows over the United States anti-missile system Terminal High Altitude Area Defence (THAAD), which prompted China to impose a covert boycott of South Korean interests. "More candid and in-depth communications would be mustered in order to ease skepticism and wariness against each other", the ambassador said. "The government has vowed to be in the driver's seat when it comes to issues on the peninsula".
  • Hurricane Harvey forces Texans to Practice At Cowboys' Star In Frisco

    Hurricane Harvey forces Texans to Practice At Cowboys' Star In Frisco

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    Fire Rescue crews from South Florida are in route to the Lone Star state to assist areas hardest hit by Harvey . Along with the team of fourteen responders, there are also trucks full of emergency gear, rescue equipment and boats. In addition to crews from fire rescue, volunteers from the Salvation Army in West Palm Beach are packing up and heading out Monday morning. As of Sunday afternoon, the storm killed at least five people, injured dozens, destroyed homes and businesses and left ...
  • Aadhaar-PAN linking: August 31 last date unlikely to be extended

    Aadhaar-PAN linking: August 31 last date unlikely to be extended

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    Of late, several questions have been raised over government's order mandating linking of Aadhaar with PAN particularly in the backdrop of the Supreme Court ruling that set aside its earlier observations on privacy . Once done, provide you PAN, Aadhaar number and enter name exactly as given on Aadhaar card and submit. The linking will continue under that act and law.
  • Roberto Firmino Puts Liverpool Up 1-0 Over Arsenal

    Roberto Firmino Puts Liverpool Up 1-0 Over Arsenal

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    It's disgraceful. Arsenal players are walking, not showing any urgency. Arsenal were dealt a chastening loss as they failed to cope with Liverpool's energetic, counter-attacking style at Anfield. They're terrified of moving the manager on. German keeper Loris Karius will be in goal for the Arsenal game. But Robertson is missing the game for a happy reason.
  • TDP Candidate Bhuma Brahmananda Reddy Wins Nandyal Assembly Seat In AP

    TDP Candidate Bhuma Brahmananda Reddy Wins Nandyal Assembly Seat In AP

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    TDP is now leading with 19657 votes against the opposition party of YSRCP. The counting took place at 14 tablets in 19 Rounds. The Congress veteran defeated Bhuma Reddy to win the seat. Similar scenes of celebration were witnessed at TDP offices across the state and also at the chief minister Chandrababu Naidu's residence in Undavalli, near Vijayawada.
  • North Korea Fires Three Short-Range Missiles into the East Sea

    North Korea Fires Three Short-Range Missiles into the East Sea

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    It added that the missile posed no threat to the U.S. territory of Guam, which the North had previously warned it would fire missiles toward. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un , has ordered an expansion of the regime's rocket development, despite increasing worldwide pressure to put a hold on its weapons programmes.