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Graham responds to Trump: Please fix this

Heather Heyer was killed when a auto drove into a crowd of counter-protesters at the rally on August 12. Lindsey Graham of SC for saying Mr. Trump suggested a "moral equivalency" between neo-Nazis at last weekend's Charlottesville rally and people like Heather Heyer, who was killed after a vehicle plowed into a crowd of counterprotesters. Read More »

Japan installs extra missile defense after N Korea threat to Guam

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Are we out of viable options to stop North Korea from threatening the USA and its Pacific allies with nuclear terror? "The Chinese operate from the conviction that China remains and will always be the No. Almost two weeks after the launch, he tweeted, without mentioning the missile test: " North Korea is behaving very badly". More than 160,000 of whom live on Guam . Read More »

JUST IN:Pastor Enoch Adeboye visits Buhari in London

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The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Enoch Adeboye, yesterday visited President Muhammadu Buhari at the Abuja house in London. "There will be surely celebration in the home of every Nigeria today", he said. "President Buhari will not be the first person that will fall ill neither will he be the last". Read More »

Trump weighing options for new South Asia strategy: White House

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President Donald Trump tweeted Saturday that has administration has made a long-awaited decision about what to do in the war in Afghanistan . In June, Defense Secretary James Mattis was reportedly developing a plan to pour 4,000 more United States personnel into Afghanistan. Read More »

Top magazines take on Trump and hate

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The cover art on three prominent magazines this week take a provocative look at the state of political rhetoric in the United States -particularly that of President Donald Trump - in the wake of the deadly violence that broke out during a so-called alt-right rally in Charlottesville , Va. Read More »

Chemicals in an Indian river have turned stray dogs

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The animals are believed to be swimming in a Mumbai river full of industrial waste with local clothing factories dumping coloured dye into the water. Additionally, the waters of Kasadi River reportedly have extremely high levels of toxic chloride. MPCB has taken the issue seriously and an investigation has been initiated into the matter. Read More »

Questions over Senator Nick Xenophon's British citizenship

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Along with Xenophon and Nash, the weird mess around section 44 of the constitution has ensnared deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce, One Nation senator Malcolm Roberts and Nationals senator Matt Canavan. His father was born in New Zealand. Senator Nash said she made her own inquiries with the UK Home Office on Monday, following Mr Joyce's statement regarding his citizenship. Read More »

Charlottesville Mayor Signer Delays 'Major Announcement'

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It's unclear if Signer wants to move the statue of General Stonewall Jackson, which the city council has not voted to move yet. The city approved the rally near the Lee statue, which sits in a small park in the heart of Charlottesville's downtown. Read More »

Carl Icahn Steps Down as Adviser to President Trump

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Many Democrats anxious Icahn was working to shape the direction of environmental regulations to benefit his interests. The billionaire investor then noted that he made the decision to leave as to not overshadow the president's appointment of Neomi Rao as administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs. Read More »

Trump again condemns 'both sides,' including 'alt-left,' for Charlottesville violence

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Like Spencer's slick suits, it has been used as a ruse to hide what was always underneath - the idea that white people are better and that their history, culture, and "race" should be preserved above all else, to the detriment of others. "I think there is blame on both sides", Trump said. The comments drew a swift rebuke from political leaders of both parties. And it's not as though the far left doesn't do the same sort of labeling of Clintonite Democrats - calling them "centrists" as a ... Read More »

Kissimmee police officers shot, killed, sources say

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There were reports that one suspect was in custody. The Osceola County Sheriff's Office said it was assisting the Kissimmee Police Department Friday night after two of the department's officers were shot, officials said. A shooting broke out near the intersection of Palmway and Cypress Streets around 9:30 p.m., WFTV reported. It's not known what led to the shooting. Read More »

Valencia signs Gabriel Paulista from Arsenal

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Sport report that Gabriel has landed at Manises airport and may be announced as a Valencia player as early as this evening, should he pass all medical tests. Gabriel made only 15 Premier League starts last season as Wenger's side won the FA Cup but missed out on the top four. Wenger has been clear in his desire to further trim a bloated squad at the Emirates Stadium before the 31 August transfer deadline, with Gabriel following released striker Yaya Sanogo, new Juventus goalkeeper ... Read More »

One Canadian confirmed dead, four others hurt in Barcelona terror attack

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Spanish police are treating the Thursday attack as an act of terrorism. The second attack happened early Friday about 130 kilometers south of Barcelona in the seaside town of Cambrils . Cops are now searching for Driss Oukabir's brother Moussa. He reportedly turned himself in, telling police he was not involved and that his documents had been stolen. Read More »

5 of Our Favorite Solar Eclipse Superstitions

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According to NASA , the only time it's OK to look at a solar eclipse is if you are in the path of totality - a specific area where the moon will completely obstruct the sun - for a minute or two. Still confused? Here's a visual demonstration of when the moon moves between the Earth and sun at a point intersecting the ecliptic. While Humboldt County won't get to witness a total eclipse , the astronomers say the coverage should almost complete. Read More »

South Korea proposes joint inquiry with North into Japanese colonial rule

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Kim said if the United States continues with "extremely unsafe reckless actions" around the peninsula and test the "self-restraint" of North Korea , it will "make an important decision as it already declared". Bannon, Trump's chief strategic, was quoted Wednesday as saying that "there's no military solution" to the North Korean problem. "China believes that dialogue and consultations are the only effective avenue to resolve the peninsula issue, and that military means can not become an ... Read More »

Moon says requisitioned workers have right to claim compensation

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During his visit, Dunford also met Fan Changlong, Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission, who urged the USA to rule out military intervention in North Korea . China's vote was a welcoming sign that Beijing is willing to work with Washington as tensions between the US and North Korea remain tense. Tensions have soared on the peninsula in recent months, with Pyongyang carrying out its first successful tests of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), bringing much of the U.S. Read More »

Charge Dropped Against Rapper Who Popped a Wheelie

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According to Instagram posts by fans, Mill turned on his livestream when police detained him the next day based on the social media posts. ABC7 also points out that it is illegal to ride an off-road vehicle of any kind in New York City. Read More »

Trump's 'moral authority' has been 'compromised'

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I don't believe in racism, I don't believe in bigotry", Scott said Monday. Scott declined to offer an opinion on Trump's remarks about Charlottesville. Bill Nelson , D-Fla., the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee used Thursday's lunch to hammer Scott. As Governor Scott always does when he meets with administration officials, he is going to advocate for priorities important to Florida families. Read More »

Jon Lester Heads to Disabled List With Shoulder Fatigue

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Back on July 9, Lester faced the Pittsburgh Pirates and failed to even record one full inning. Prior to Thursday's outing, Lester had strung together six strong starts, averaging over 6 1/3 innings per with a 3.26 ERA. The Cubs could be seeing what is in store for the latter portion of Lester's career. But what fans really wanted to know was what really went down between Lester and Chris Bosio after the starting pitcher left the game. Read More »

'He's going to resign' Trump's ghostwriter thinks the end is nigh

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He further tweeted that he believed that Trump would be able to negotiate a deal giving him immunity in the Russian Federation investigation, in exchange for his resignation. "Trump must be isolated", Schwartz said Wednesday. After receiving a significant amount of money at odds of 6/4, the Irish bookie was forced to drop to even money on Trump calling it a day before the end of his term. Read More »

CNN's Acosta Blasts Trump Over Charlottesville

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Answering proudly, and stating again why, would have sent a strong message reinforcing his original, albeit too late, remarks. After a back and forth about whether or not Trump held a press conference to address the Charlottesville tragedy because he didn't actually take questions from the press, Acosta asked to "ask you some more questions". Read More »

IndiGo denies reports that 13 NEO planes have been grounded

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The airline added that there was no new development pertaining to the grounding of the Neo aircrafts. "As mentioned in our June earning's call, there were instances where nine Neos were grounded due to inadequate spare engines". "We have no further comments to offer", Aditya Ghosh, IndiGo's President and Whole-time Director, said in a statement. He added that it is no "coincidence" that the news is spread on a day when "IndiGo came out on top in On Time Performance by a long margin". Read More »

China urges US, North Korea to 'hit the brakes'

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The United States has agreed not to take any military action against North Korea without first getting South Korea's approval, President Moon Jae-in said Thursday as he marked 100 days in office, according to the Washington Post . Read More »

Yashwant Sinha-led delegation meets Abdullahs, interacts with students

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India can face China and Pakistan but the threat is from within the country as somebody is determined to spoil everything by dividing the people, National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah said today. We have come here twice earlier on a peace mission. "We are on a peace mission and will try to meet and talk to everybody", he said adding, "We want bloodshed should end, peace should be restored in the State and everybody should work for development of J&K". Read More »