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Kate Middleton Admits She's Less Sporty After Prince George, Princess Charlotte's Arrival

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Wilson/Getty Images) Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge during her visit to Great Ormond Street Hospital on January 17, 2018 in London, England. Kate, who is now pregnant with her third child , arrived at the Mittal Children's Medical Centre on the morning of Wednesday 17 January to meet young patients outside, including Ava Watts , who handed the Duchess two teddy bears in hospital uniform. Read More »

President Trump does not want CHIP in short-term budget deal

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Senate Democrats, for their part, are still keeping their cards close to their chest. "We're doing fine", Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin said of the bill heading for a vote in his chamber Thursday night. "The President supports the continuing resolution introduced in the House", White House spokesman Raj Shah says in a statement. Trump's tweet - which confounded even Trump's aides inside the West Wing - threw negotiations over how to fund the government into chaos ... Read More »

Man fools cops with fake vehicle made of snow

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A man in Canada and local police had a good laugh after the Montreal resident fooled officers with a full-size auto made entirely of snow. Laprise's coup de gras was a real windshield wiper he had found across the street while working on the project, placed inconspicuously as if it were the only exposed part of the auto. Read More »

United Nations chief believes war over North Korea nukes is avoidable

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Trump has assured South Korean President Moon Jae-in that he would be willing to engage in direct talks between the United States and North Korea "at the appropriate time, under the right circumstances". The warning is relatively milder than the North's typical fiery, bellicose rhetoric and it didn't appear to put the recent signs of warming Korean ties in imminent danger. Read More »

Iran supreme leader slams U.S. over Trump 'shithole' slur

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Iran's Foreign Ministry has made it clear that the JCPOA is a valid worldwide document that would not be renegotiated at all. On Friday, Trump threatened to walk away from the nuclear deal unless progress was made on negotiations regarding Iran's missile program, and it is unclear if this would also lead to the OFAC licenses being revoked. Read More »

Turkey says United States denial of Syrian border force plan 'important'

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Turkey sees the militia as being an extension of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), which is banned in Turkey and has fought for Kurdish autonomy there since 1984. "We need to see concrete steps from the United States". A statement issued at the end of the meeting also criticized the United States, saying Turkey was saddened by the fact an ally has "declared terrorists as partners" and "armed them without taking our security into consideration". Read More »

Senate passes FISA Section 702 reauthorization

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USA intelligence officials consider the program vital, saying it has produced critically important information, including intelligence that helped lead to the March 2016 capture and killing of the second highest ranking commander of the Islamic State militant group. Read More »

Federal government begins accepting DACA renewals following court order

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While bipartisan lawmakers are negotiating on spending and immigration, the federal government is slated to run out of money next Friday. Trump has said for months that he wants a DACA compromise, but Sunday he said on Twitter: "DACA is probably dead because the Democrats don't really want it, they just want to talk and take desperately needed money away from our Military". Read More »

Lebanon bans The Post movie

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A statement from the Interior Ministry said the department's head, Nohad Machnouk, signed the decree late Tuesday permitting " The Post ", starring Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks, to be screened as scheduled starting Wednesday. Wonder Woman might belong to an imaginary all-female race living on an invisible island called Themyscira, but since she was portrayed by Israeli actress Gal Gadot, that was enough reason for Wonder Woman and Justice League to be banned in Lebanon. Read More »

Man charged with murdering two men from Toronto's gay village

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Investigators said there have been some suggestions within the Church and Wellesley community that the disappearances of Esen and Kisnman are linked to the cases of three other men reported missing from the same area from 2010 to 2012. The initial reports of both men's disappearances prompted a great deal of concern from residents of Church-Wellesley Village. Investigators working on the cases issued public reassurances, saying they had no reason to believe the two men were dead, nor that ... Read More »

Michelle Obama Thanks Husband, Fans For The "Warm" Birthday Wishes

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He also sent her a bouquet of gorgeous flowers and a handwritten card, in which you can see his well-known signature. "You're my best friend, biggest fan, and getting notes and flowers from you will never get old", she says of Barack. The happy couple have become famed for their touching messages to each other on social media over the years. The two previously married in October 1992 and are parents to two daughters, Malia, 19, and Sasha, 16. Read More »

Pres. Trump stops in Pennsylvania to tout tax plan, agenda

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Saccone will greet Trump at the airport and accompany the president on a tour of a local factory, according to the White House . The Office of Management and Budget said in a statement it recommends that Trump sign the bill and that the "administration supports the bill's multiyear funding extension of the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP)". Read More »

Alarm as wolf escapes from wildlife sanctuary

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Anyone else is advised not to approach the wolf if they see it. Police confirmed that Torak - who is one of the sanctuary's largest wolves and described by his keepers as a "gentle giant" - was captured unharmed by officers and sanctuary staff. Read More »

Trump language on Africa unacceptable, racist: Ghana

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In Florida , Trump added: "I don't think Democrats want to make a deal. Durbin blew DACA and is hurting our Military", Trump tweeted. During a private meeting with lawmakers Thursday, he stunningly questioned why the US would admit Haitians or people from "shithole" countries in Africa, expressing a preference instead for immigrants from Norway, a majority white nation. Read More »

Heavy snow hits parts of United Kingdom - with worse yet to come

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Some rural communities are likely to become cut off and power cuts are probable. "Multi-agency responders will meet again this morning and continue to monitor the weather, responding as necessary, and have emergency planning arrangements in place to deal with any further weather impacts". Read More »

New Zimbabwe president says election could be held in May or June

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The president said at the time that those who returned their illegally earned cash were going to be pardoned unconditionally. President Emmerson Mnangagwa took power from longtime ruler Robert Mugabe with the military's help in November, and this will be the first election without Mugabe since Zimbabwe gained its independence in 1980. Read More »

Winter Storm Watch Issued For Natrona County

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One person died in a weather-related traffic accident in West Virginia. "So, just wait", Harris County Judge Ed Emmett warned Wednesday morning. Snow was falling before dawn Tuesday in Louisiana and MS, and was expected to move into Alabama and Georgia later Tuesday. Read More »

Ex-Trump aide Bannon subpoenaed in Russia meddling probe

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Steve Bannon might have given away one detail too many when he spoke to the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday. People familiar with the investigation told NBC that Mueller did that "in order to thwart any potential attempt by the White House to pressure Bannon into refusing to cooperate". Read More »

Macedonia urged to solve name row with Greece

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Finally, Skopje's initial reaction to United Nations mediator Nimetz's January 17 remarks in NY has been anything but welcoming (even leaking the compound name proposals), but Skopje has little alternative but to keep working actively for a solution, as North Atlantic Treaty Organisation entry and European Union accession are Zaev's top priorities. Read More »

Swedish skier killed, another missing after avalanche hits Gulmarg in north Kashmir

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A Swedish tourist, identified as Daniel was killed while another went missing after the avalanche struck near second phase of Gandola cable vehicle project on Affarwat peak. Previous year at the same Gulmarg ski resort, seven people, including a family of four were killed in a freak accident after high-velocity winds uprooted a huge tree that fell on the ropeway for the gondola. Read More »

Steve Bannon given a subpoena

Other than Mr Bannon , no member of Mr Trump's inner circle has been called to testify before the grand jury, which was impanelled in August. But sources told Fox News Wednesday that Bannon had reached an agreement to interview with Mueller's team instead. Read More »

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

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He also said, in his weekly address released on Monday, that "Dr. King's dream is our dream, it is the American dream, it's the promise stitched into the fabric of our nation, etched into the hearts of our people and written into the soul of humankind". Read More »

Over 75 Percent Of Americans Support Abortion Restrictions, Poll Says

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Nor can abortion be thought of as a partisan issue since majorities of Democrats, Independents and Republicans all agree that it should be substantially restricted. About 60 percent opposed using tax dollars to pay for abortion. Moreover, 64 percent said it is wrong for abortions to be sought because the unborn child has genetic conditions such as like Down syndrome. Read More »

Kim Jones Is Leaving Louis Vuitton

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Under Jones' creative direction, Louis Vuitton sparked the highly controversial collaboration with New York-based label Supreme. Vuitton described Jones as "the driving force behind some of the Maison's most successful projects and collaborations". Read More »

Government to resign following failed confidence vote

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Zbynek Stanjura, chairman of the ODS deputy group, argued that the lower house mandate and immunity committee did not have enough time to hold an extraordinary meeting on the European Union subsidy fraud case of Capi hnizdo, in which Babis is implicated before the confidence vote. Read More »

Children found chained to beds in Perris, California

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When deputies met with the teen, she "appeared to be only 10 years old and slightly emaciated ". Strangely, as per the state records, David home-schooled his six children and the home was tagged as Sandcastle Day School . Perris is 113 km east of Los Angeles . David Turpin's mother said that the family liked to dress identically in order to keep track of the everyone. Read More »