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CNN’s suit against Trump could set new standard

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In its lawsuit filed on Tuesday in US District Court in Washington, the cable news network said the White House violated the First Amendment right to free speech as well as the due process clause of the Constitution providing fair treatment through judicial process. Read More »

Mike Pence says Myanmar's handling of Rohingya 'without excuse'

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Suu Kyi has said that the jailing of the Reuters reporters had nothing to do with freedom of expression and that they were convicted, not because they were journalists, but because they had broken the official secrets law. Dozens of Rohingya Muslim families have escaped from refugee camps in Bangladesh to avoid being repatriated to Myanmar, Reuters and local Bangladeshi newspapers report. Read More »

Wildfires rage across California, killing at least five

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As firefighters struggle to contain the trio of uncontrolled wildfires - the Camp, Woolsey and Hill fires - forecasters say intense winds and low humidity over the weekend could fuel the blazes and make them spread even farther. "All of it is engulfed in flames right now". "We're just hoping that our brand new home that we were hoping to move into tomorrow is not burned to the ground", Winstead said. Read More »

Pellegrini's Has Re-Opened This Morning

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Mr Malaspina was stabbed to death by lone terrorist Hassan Khalif Shire Ali on Friday evening after the Islamic State -inspired assailant failed to set off an explosion in Melbourne's CBD. Family members and loved ones declined to comment. At the shrine, across the river from the scene of the Bourke Street attack, an unobtrusive but increased police presence guarded a crowd of about 4,000. Read More »

Monica Lewinsky thinks Bill Clinton ‘should want to apologize’

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On why she chose to participate, Lewinsky released an essay noting the timing is right to tell her story. She said she also didn't spot the telltale semen stain that proved she and Clinton were more than just friends. In 1998 grand jury testimony , she said she initially thought the marks on her dress "could be spinach dip or something". "It meant more to me that a man other people desired, desired me". Read More »

OH family arrested for killing eight people

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Each suspect faces eight counts of aggravated murder with death penalty specifications. You can read the full indictments here . DeWine posted news about the arrests on Tuesday via Twitter. She was not with her mother on the night of the killings, but three other children, including a step-sister, were. Pike County Prosecutor Rob Junk cautioned the case could last several years, and it's possible the trial could be moved out of Pike County because of the publicity. Read More »

Trump continues offensive against France's Macron

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He was just trying to get onto another subject. Trump , who owns a vineyard in Virginia, also knocked France, part of the European Union, for imposing tariffs on American wines . French President had last month criticized Belgium's decision to buy US -made F-35 fighter jets instead of European planes, saying it "goes against European interests". Read More »

Pilots says Boeing didn't disclose jet's control feature

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Pilots can stop this automated response by pressing two buttons if the system behaves unexpectedly, the directive said. Preliminary findings from investigators looking into the October 29 crash of the Lion Air 737 MAX 8 suggest that faulty angle-of-attack data contributed to the drastic ups and downs that preceded the loss of the plane and all 189 people who were aboard. Read More »

Gaza escalation: What you need to know

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Lieberman's resignation will take effect in 48 hours and Netanyahu will take over on an interim basis. One man was killed in the rocket assault on Israel, while seven Palestinians were killed in retaliatory strikes on hundreds of militant sites across Gaza, said by the Israeli army to be "key assets" of Hamas's . Read More »

Trump finally appoints new ambassador to Saudi Arabia

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Central Intelligence Agency director Gina Haspel, who visited Turkey last month for information on the investigation, is reported to have heard the audio recordings of the killing. Our intelligence organisation did not hide anything, ' Erdogan said. Turkey's president said that the recording "shocked" a Saudi intelligence officer and that MBS promised to "shed light on this incident" and do "whatever is necessary". Read More »

Death toll climbs to 48 in California's most lethal wildfire disaster

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The Ventura fire Captain said that " Woolsey Fire " in the south which has burnt more than 39,000 hectares and destroyed at least 435 structures, has been 40 percent contained but "there are numerous hotspots". James Wiley said his father was a stoic veteran, and the two had not spoken in six years. He had swollen limbs and couldn't walk, and was also on oxygen. Read More »

Melania Trump demands sacking of senior national security official in extraordinary move

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Her arrival in the White House this spring as deputy national security adviser coincided with a series of stories in the media suggesting that President Trump was not satisfied with Mattis, the Washington Post reported in October . Trump has been discussing a handful of replacements, including Nick Ayers, Vice President Mike Pence's chief of staff. Asked about the reports , Melania Trump's spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham issued a extraordinarily frank statement. Read More »

Photographer: Wisconsin schoolboys' 'Nazi salute' wasn't meant to be offensive

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One boy in the front row has his arms down but his right hand is forming the OK sign, a symbol adopted by the white power movement. One of the students, Jordan Blue , told CBS News why he refused to participate in the salute. The internet can be a wonderful tool but for some there is an overwhelming urge to destroy. Baraboo School District Administrator Lori M. Mueller condemned the photo on Monday and said officials were investigating. Read More »

North Korea hiding bases that could launch nuclear missiles at US

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The New York Times released images from private satellites, reporting that they "suggest" increased ballistic missile development activity at several hidden sites. In April, ahead of his meeting with Trump, Kim told a gathering of ruling party leadership the nuclear arsenal represented a "great victory" and announced there was no need for further tests of nuclear weapons or ballistic missiles. Read More »

Did Trump Abuse Power to Punish AT&T, Amazon? Democrats to Investigate

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Democrats won back control in the last midterm and have said they plan to launch a number of probes into Trump's actions. The Democrat likely to lead the House intelligence committee next year said Congress would investigate whether Donald Trump used "the instruments of state power to punish the press" in at least two alleged instances. Read More »

Britain and EU Agree on a Brexit plan

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But European Council president Donald Tusk has said he is prepared to call an emergency summit as soon as there is agreement on the final outstanding issue - the backstop solution to preventing a hard border in Ireland. Former foreign secretary Boris Johnson said he would vote against the deal and urged the Cabinet to "chuck it out". We are working very hard for a deal and let's be clear that is by far our preferred option. Read More »

QBullet: SC to Hear Sabarimala Pleas; Govt Submits Rafale Details

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This order was issued after the petitions were circulated among the judges in their chambers at 3pm, in accordance with rules of the top court. CJI Gogoi asked the petitioners to be patient till 3 PM. The court made it clear that the new cases would be heard once a decision is given during the day on the review petitions. The court had on October 9 declined an urgent hearing on the challenge by an association which called the Sabarimala order "absolutely untenable, irrational and perverse". Read More »

CNN files suit against Trump administration

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Later in the day, Ms. Sanders released a statement accusing Mr. Acosta of "placing his hands on a young woman just trying to do her job as a White House intern", calling it "absolutely unacceptable". On Tuesday's Anderson Cooper 360 , Acosta spoke about the incident and the revocation of his press pass. CNN may be prepping a lawsuit against the White House after they suspended reporter Jim Acosta's press pass, according to Sam Donaldson . Read More »

Security Guard Shot Dead By Police Officer at Suburban Chicago Bar

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Illinois State Police are handling the investigation into Roberson's shooting. Police shot and killed the good guy. "The vest said security as well ... A responding officer with the Midlothian Police Department immediately shot Roberson, who later died at a hospital. Sophia Ansari, a spokeswoman for the Cook County sheriff's office, had previously said that the officer fatally shot Roberson inside the bar. Read More »

Trump hits back at Remembrance Day criticism revealing WHY he didn't attend

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The US President had been scheduled to visit the American war cemetery at Belleau, about 90 kilometres east of the French capital, on Saturday but cancelled the visit. The jibe from the French military came after social media users picked up Justin Trudeau's rain-soaked appearance at the weekend, seized on by many as a rebuke to Trump's non-attendance. Read More »

Botched Israeli Army operation in Gaza triggers sharp escalation in violence

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So far, Monday's rocket attacks have all been short-range, with the furthest hitting the town of Ashkelon about 6 miles (10 kilometers) away from Gaza . State Department condemned the terrorist group and reaffirmed that Israel has the right to defend itself. The IDF last mobilized and fought a full-blown war against Hamas in the summer of 2014 during Operation Protective Edge. Read More »

British PM eyes Brexit endgame, but not at any cost

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The EU has asked the United Kingdom government of Prime Minister Theresa May to include a so-called Irish backstop in its Brexit plans which would act as a kind of insurance policy to ensure the border remains open even in the event of a no-deal Brexit . Read More »

CNN sues Trump, demanding return of Acosta to White House

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Brian Stelter may have been out of the loop during CNN's Reliable Sources on Sunday, when, during a discussion about whether or not CNN may have grounds to sue the Donald Trump administration over revoking Jim Acosta's press pass, veteran journalist Sam Donaldson seemed to reveal that CNN may already be doing so. Read More »

Amnesty strips Aung San Suu Kyi of top prize

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More than 700,000 Rohingya people remain in Bangladesh , having fled a brutal military crackdown that began in August 2017. Along with the award from Amnesty International, Suu Kyi has also lost numerous smaller awards from individual universities and local and regional governments. Read More »

Iran Sticking To Nuclear Deal Conditions, Says Nuclear Watchdog

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In the report, the Vienna-based IAEA said the agency had access to all sites in Iran that it needed to visit and that inspectors confirmed Iran has kept within limits of heavy water and low-enriched uranium stockpiles. The remaining five signatories to the JCPOA - Britain, China, France, Germany and Russian Federation - have backed an European Union effort to set up a special payment system in an attempt to continue trade and business ties with Iran. Read More »

Gunshots heard inside California bar shooting

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After the shooting was over, Kelly said he and another Marine friend helped victims alongside first responders. It has been "quite some time" since there was a shooting of any kind in Thousand Oaks, a city of about 130,000 people around 40 miles west of Los Angeles. Read More »

Trump cancels WW1 memorial at US cemetery in France due to rain

The president's press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders , said "near zero visibility" meant Trump could not visit via helicopter, and that he did not use a motorcade to travel for fear of disrupting traffic in Paris . Paris was covered in clouds with drizzling rain through most of Saturday. He was to deliver remarks at the Suresnes American Cemetery and Memorial , located about 10km west of Paris , before returning to Washington. Read More »