• Florida Officials Say No Concrete Allegation of Voter Fraud as Recounts Continue
Florida Officials Say No Concrete Allegation of Voter Fraud as Recounts Continue

The lawsuit noted that almost 875,000 of the 3.5 million vote-by-mail ballots requested this year had not been counted as received by the November 6 deadline. "Our focus throughout this recount, everything we've done, is meant to enforce adherence to existing laws", said Tim Cerio, an attorney with the Scott campaign.

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  • A Little Truth About Jim Acosta and the CNN-Trump Dispute
A Little Truth About Jim Acosta and the CNN-Trump Dispute

CNN sued the administration Tuesday after the White House stripped correspondent Jim Acosta of his press credentials last week following a heated exchange between the reporter and Trump at a post-election press conference. " CNN , who has almost 50 additional hard pass holders, and Mr. Acosta is no more or less special than any other m...

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  • France fires back at Trump's lack of 'common decency'
France fires back at Trump's lack of 'common decency'

In a statement , the Élysée said: "The relationship between Emmanuel Macron and Donald Trump is not always easy, but it does continue". Trump on Sunday also missed a procession of world leaders who somberly walked shoulder-to-shoulder in the rain as bells tolled marking the exact moment the war's fighting ended: 11 a.m.

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  • Migrant caravan arrives at US-Mexico border in defiance of Donald Trump
Migrant caravan arrives at US-Mexico border in defiance of Donald Trump

The first wave of migrants from the Central American "caravan" arrived at the US-Mexico border in Tijuana Tuesday; attempting to cross the global fence but retreating after Border Patrol Agents approached. Border officials recommend people traveling northbound to the US prepare for the possibility of longer wait times due to the lane closures. ...

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  • North Korea has at least 13 undeclared missile bases, study says
North Korea has at least 13 undeclared missile bases, study says

North Korea was believed to have launched several short-range missiles from the Sakkanmol base in 2016. Under an agreement made between their generals in late October, North and South Korea agreed to each remove 10 posts and preserve one on either side of the frontier.

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  • UN Security Council to meet on Gaza violence
UN Security Council to meet on Gaza violence

The ceasefire was hailed by Hamas as a victory ostensibly imposed on Israel on Hamas's terms. Lieberman said the cease-fire deal, coupled with a decision to allow Qatar to deliver $15 million in aid to Gaza last week, were too much for him to bear.

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  • Ocasio-Cortez Joins Crowd of Youth Protesters at Nancy Pelosi's Office
Ocasio-Cortez Joins Crowd of Youth Protesters at Nancy Pelosi's Office

Capitol police stated 51 protesters had been arrested after unlawfully demonstrating outside Pelosi's office in the Cannon House Office Building. "We do not have a choice". The California Democrat said in a statement that she welcomes the activists. Newly elected progressive Democrat starlets are "overplaying their hand" and may make it increas...

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  • 'No impact' on Iran's economy from new USA sanctions, Rouhani says
'No impact' on Iran's economy from new USA sanctions, Rouhani says

Just before reinstating the sanctions against Iran Trump announced that US's objective behind the decision was to force Iran's current regime to abandon its destructive behavior or accept the path of economic disaster with sanctions. However, it has finally agreed to grant waivers to eight biggest importers of Iran's oil - China, India, South Korea...

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  • Recording hints at Saudi crown prince role in Khashoggi murder
Recording hints at Saudi crown prince role in Khashoggi murder

A newly released recording of the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi has led to further speculation that Saudi Arabia's powerful crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman , was behind the killing. Bolton has said he has not heard the tape himself. The Trump administration, by all appearances, is unsure of how to proceed in its response to Khasho...

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  • 'Profoundly dismayed': Amnesty strips Suu Kyi of top honour
'Profoundly dismayed': Amnesty strips Suu Kyi of top honour

The group claims Suu Kyi has not used her political and moral authority to safeguard human rights , justice and equality in Myanmar. Suu Kyi, long a symbol of optimism for Myanmar, was given Amnesty's Ambassador of Conscience Award in 2009, when she was under house arrest during the military junta's reign.

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  • North Korea Appears to Be Expanding Nuclear Missile Program
North Korea Appears to Be Expanding Nuclear Missile Program

He added in his tweet , "I will be the first to let you know if things go bad!" Seoul has worked hard to revive nuclear negotiations between the USA and North Korea that have reduced fears of war in South Korea following a series of North Korean weapons tests and threats of military action by Trump past year.

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  • FBI Report: Hate Crimes Spike For Third Straight Year
FBI Report: Hate Crimes Spike For Third Straight Year

A 23 percent increase in religion-based hate crimes. Total reported hate crimes rose by 15 percent from 2016 to 2017, which is a considerable jump from the increases between years past, dating back to at least 2014. He continued: "I am particularly troubled by the increase in antisemitic hate crimes - which were already the most common religiou...

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  • Right-Wing Author Says He Expects to Be Charged in Mueller Probe
Right-Wing Author Says He Expects to Be Charged in Mueller Probe

He called himself a victim of a "perjury trap". Mueller has been requesting interviews with former employees and friends of Roger Stone , the veteran Republican operative, asking them about Stone's ties to Russian Federation and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

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  • Former Clinton Advisor: ‘Hillary Will Run Again’
Former Clinton Advisor: ‘Hillary Will Run Again’

Clinton knows both Mr. Clinton and Mr. Obama declared they weren't running, until they ran". Penn notes, when Hillary's independent political career - " Hillary Clinton 2.0" - began in 1999, she "was a moderate. "I was recently asked if Crooked Hillary Clinton is going to run in 2020?" Don't pay much attention to the "I won't run" declaratio...

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  • Trump could soon fire Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen
Trump could soon fire Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen

Reflecting the fast-moving nature of the events, soon after a Wall Street Journal report surfaced Tuesday afternoon alleging Ricardel was sacked and escorted off the White House grounds, a senior White House official denied the story to reporters.

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  • United Kingdom says it has reached draft Brexit deal with EU
United Kingdom says it has reached draft Brexit deal with EU

Downing Street confirmed the news with a statement, which said: "Cabinet will meet at 2pm tomorrow to consider the draft agreement the negotiating teams have reached in Brussels, and to decide on next steps". "We also discussed a number of issues related to our no-deal planning". Several pro-Brexit ministers have expressed fears that Mrs May wo...

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  • Nine die in California wildfires
Nine die in California wildfires

One of the looting incidents involved a pursuit of a vehicle, he said. All we can do is pray together & for each other. Jones said she drove into Paradise on Friday with a fire official and two council members to assess the damage. between Westlake bl. So far, all nine fatalities were reported in the town of Paradise, in Butte County , where m...

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  • Canadians mark Remembrance Day, 100 years since end of First World War
Canadians mark Remembrance Day, 100 years since end of First World War

Vicar of St Peter Mancroft Church, Rev Edward Carter, led the service which including wreaths laid by veterans, civic and military dignitaries. A wreath has also been laid by German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, becoming the first German leader to do so after an invitation from the United Kingdom.

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

Last month, when Sabarimala opened for the first time after the landmark ruling, more than a dozen women tried to access the shrine but failed, even with heavy police escort, to come anywhere near it. "We make it clear that there is no stay of the judgment and order of this Court dated 28th September, 2018 passed in Writ Petition (Civil) No.373 o...

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  • California wildfire death toll now 31
California wildfire death toll now 31

But officials warned that the dry conditions feeding the fire are expected to continue into the week and gusts would peak at around 40 miles per hour. "We are not in the evacuation zone but I don't like it", said Smith in an Instagram story on Friday as he showed the fire visibly burning over the hills from outside his home.

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