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Trump will 'do everything' to avoid nuclear war with North Korea: Mnuchin

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The Pentagon says the mission in global airspace shows how seriously President Donald Trump takes what's being called North Korea's "reckless behavior". Lu was speaking after United States President Donald Trump signed a new order to boost sanctions against Pyongyang . The mudslinging between the nations continued on Saturday when Ri called Trump a " deranged person full of megalomania and complacency" who is trying to turn the United Nations into a "gangsters' nest". Read More »

Quarterback, Tom Brady says Trump's National Football League comments 'divisive'

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Out. That is how I try and live every day", he said Monday. On Monday morning, after standing for the anthem and linking arms with a teammate, Brady was more explicit. However, unlike most teams, the Patriots almost got booed off the field by their own fans. Trump is also close to the team's owner, Robert Kraft, who gifted the president a Super Bowl ring and donated $1 million to the president's inaugural celebration. Read More »

Trump knocks Iran deal after Tehran tests missile

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Darroch noted that Trump has shown interest in British ideas about using the deal's inspection powers more effectively. And if the United States behaves in the way it is supposed to behave in eight years after the signing of the deal, that is in six years from now, Iran would ratify the Additional Protocol, meaning that it will have permanent monitoring of its facilities by the IAEA. Read More »

McCain on brain cancer diagnosis

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John McCain (R-AZ) said, stating a plainly obvious fact about himself and President Donald Trump . But I also understand that we're very different people. experience. People are hurting. And there are people who have diseases and they lost their doctor, and they're begging, please, you've got to repeal. Read More »

Trump Wants Education Dept. to Direct $200 Million to STEM, Computer Science

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Microsoft looks forward to partnering with other companies, non-profit groups, and the federal and state governments to help bring computer science into America's mainstream education curriculum. (The White House reports that only 60 percent of high schools even offer physics as a course.) As for computer science, less than half of USA high schools offer coding courses. Read More »

Trump On Iran Deal: 'I Have Decided'

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There has been some sympathy for the United States position from France, whose President Emmanuel Macron said the deal could be expanded to ban missile tests and cut a sunset clause in the nuclear agreement that would see Iran resume some uranium enrichment from 2025. Read More »

Labour would scrap existing PFI deals, says McDonnell

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Under PFI, a private sector consortium funds, builds and maintains a facility on behalf of a public agency, then receives payments over the term of the contract, typically lasting 25-30 years. An incoming Labour government would review all such contracts - more than 700 - with a view to taking them "in-house". PFI arrangements between hospitals and private firms have seen some National Health Service (NHS) trusts saddled with huge debts, with monster rates of interest. Read More »

Donald Trump's revised travel ban opens new stage in legal fight

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For the five remaining countries, which were part of the original executive order, the exceptions to the visa ban imposed by the Supreme Court for close relatives will remain until October 18. The new restrictions are indefinite in length and vary by country - and could be expanded to include others in the future. Such additional scrutiny will also be required for Somali citizens applying for all nonimmigrant visas. Read More »

Sanders Points Out Hypocrisy In National Anthem Protests

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Trump subsequently tweeted multiple times over the weekend that players should stand for the anthem or be removed from the team, and he said fans should not condone players who do so. The U.S. and North Korea agreed to an armistice after the 1950-1953 Korean War, not a peace treaty. However, the recent spike in rhetoric from both sides has fuelled tensions and raised fears of miscalculation by one side or the other that could have massive repercussions. Read More »

USA travel ban is psychological terrorism - Venezuela

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President George W. Bush addressed the assembly in 2006, Arreaza said: "It's still valid". The Socialist government of President Nicolas Maduro said Washington was using the fight against terrorism for its own political ends. The US-Venezuela relations have deteriorated amid a harsh political crisis in the Latin American country. The United States has introduced financial sanctions against the Venezuelan government. Read More »

Prince Harry makes first public appearance with girlfriend

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Markle is a Toronto-based actor in the legal drama Suits . Markle finally spoke out about her love for the prince last month during an interview with Vanity Fair . "It's kind of a non-story", he says. While there was no obvious entourage around her, a royalty and diplomatic protection squad officer could, significantly, be seen in a stairwell a few feet away. Read More »

Planned Parenthood, ACLU of IN win legal challenge on abortion law

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Constitution. Planned Parenthood of IN and Kentucky (PPINK) and the ACLU of IN filed a lawsuit against the 2016 law and won an injunction IN June 2016. Christie Gillespie, president of Planned Parenthood of IN and Kentucky, said she was "pleased" with the judge's ruling. "Every person deserves the right to make their own personal decisions about abortion", said PPINK CEO Christie Gillespie. Read More »

Hurricane Maria headed for Puerto Rico after hitting Dominica

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Skerrit, who wasn't scheduled to attend the 72nd U.N. General Assembly, announced that he will travel to NY tomorrow to ask U.N. member nations to support the recovery efforts in Dominica . A member of a rescue team covers his eyes as he waits to assist in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Humacao, Puerto Rico. He said the hospital and a community center both lost roofs. Read More »

Iran Defies US With Test Of Powerful Missile

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Though Iran has long boasted of having missiles in the same range in its arsenal, it was the first time that the Khorramshahr missile was displayed in public. Under that agreement between Iran and five major world powers, Tehran agreed to uranium-enrichment limits and to worldwide inspections of its nuclear facilities in return for the lifting of crippling banking and trade sanctions. Read More »

Archaeologists uncover how the Great Pyramid of Giza was actually built

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Now ancient papyrus , a ceremonial boat and a system of waterworks have revealed the complex infrastructure created by builders to complete the structure. Pierre Tale, who spent four years painstakingly deciphering the papyrus written by an overseer working on the pyramid's construction, told Channel 4 in the new documentary Egypt's Great Pyramid: The New Evidence: "Since the very day of the discovery it was quite evident that we have the oldest papyrus ever found in the world". Read More »

German Election 2017: Angela Merkel wins 4th term, says exit polls

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The AfD outpolled the pro-business Free Democrats , the Greens and the post-communist Left to become the first far-right party in the Bundestag since the immediate post-war period. 'We have a mandate to form a new government, and no government can be formed against us. Merkel has already ruled out forming a government with Alternative für Deutschland (AFD), the far right party which secured 13 per cent of the vote, giving it seats in the Bundestag for the first time. Read More »

Iran tests new missile defying U.S. warnings

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Following Iran's announcement of the missile test, Trump on Saturday tweeted disparagingly of the deal. Press TV reported the missile is "capable of carrying multiple warheads" but noted Iran's insistence that its missiles were designed for "defense purposes" and not nuclear capabilities. Read More »

North Korea FM Says Trump Has Declared War On His Country

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Kim responded to Trump's remarks at the UN General Assembly in a statement on state media, calling the president "mentally deranged" and threatening to take the "highest level of hard-line countermeasure in history". "By doing so, however, he committed an irreversible mistake of making our rockets' visit to the entire US mainland inevitable all the more". "Rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime". Read More »

US Defence Secretary's visit: Afghanistan, terror and defence deals on table

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The US Defence Secretary will also express his country's appreciation for India's important contributions toward Afghanistan's democracy, stability, prosperity, and security. According to the report Mattis is likely to seek to persuade India to buy Lockheed Martin's F-16 Block 70 fighter jets in a deal potentially worth $15 billion Dollars. Read More »

Bigg Boss Kannada 5 goes on air from October 15

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Latest reports reveal that the Kick actor will earn a whopping amount of rupees 11 crores per episode for hosting the show. Last year, Salman got Rs 8 crore per episode to host Bigg Boss 10 and, this season the actor is all set to get a raise of Rs 3 crore. Read More »

ECP reserves judgment in contempt of court case against PTI chief

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She said that Imran Khan would abuse the institutions, ridicules them, runs from courts and then apologises. After that, Saqlan Haider, Imran Khan's lawyer, had submitted an unconditional apology. The demand was made by PTI Chief Imran Khan while addressing a presser here on Sunday. ECP directed Imran Khan to submit a reply to the application on September 27. Read More »

Latest health care bill hurts North Dakota

But not today. Senators Bill Cassidy (R-LA) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and their minions are trying to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), replacing it with legislation that will harm many of us. States would lose $240 billion in 2027 if the law weren't reauthorized, according to the Kaiser analysis. Estimate is preliminary, pending the Congressional Budget Office report on this proposal. Read More »

Powerful aftershocks scare Mexicans

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Mexico was hit by another natural disaster on September 19, which has killed at least 292 people, affecting Mexico City and the states of Morelos, Puebla, Mexico , Guerrero and Oaxaca . The Los Angeles County Fire Department is one of many global aid entities that has deployed its task force to Mexico City to assist in rescue and recovery efforts. Read More »

Men rescued from mountain after smoking cannabis

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Cumbria Police issued a statement last night saying efforts to rescue the party continue. Scafell Pike is the tallest in England. The force had earlier sparked a social media storm on Facebook and Twitter , after stating walkers were stuck "after taking cannabis". Read More »

Steve Bannon Wanted to Spy on Facebook's Hiring Process, Probably Failed

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The official, Chris Gacek , reportedly wrote in an email to Bannon that Facebook was hiring for a "Public Policy Manager" with the company's WhatsApp arm. The exchanges apparently happened on August 1st a year ago, months after president Obama warned Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg that Russian Federation was attempting to interfere with the election process, and weeks before the former Breitbart publisher took the role of chief campaign strategist for Donald Trump's presidential run. Read More »

Man arrested following train surfing incident in Australia

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We've seen something similar in comic book movies, but this was real life when a 23-year-old man, literally caught a train. A motorist riding in a auto alongside the train spotted the man hanging onto the windshield wiper outside the back window of the train. Read More »

Earthquake In North Korea Sets Off Alarm And Speculation

Air Force B-1B Lancer bombers from the Ellsworth Air Force Base launched from Guam flew into worldwide airspace over waters east of North Korea in a show of American military might. Ri then said North Korea now has the right to retaliate against US bombers. On Thursday, the US unveiled its own set of economic sanctions targeting North Korea. Read More »

Virginia woman recovering from copperhead bite at restaurant

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Myrick told her story to the Free Lance-Star of Fredericksburg. "I got bit!" she recalled yelling. The swelling went past her knee, all the way up to her thigh and hip. If you are bitten, you should get medical attention immediately. The restaurant's officials told the Free Lance-Star that the incident was "highly unusual" and that it is working with its "facilities team to see how this may have occurred", according to Hunter Robinson, a LongHorn spokesman. Read More »