• Man shot woman at Walmart, later turned gun on self
Man shot woman at Walmart, later turned gun on self

As employees called 911, police say the man shot and killed the woman, then took off. Investigators said Johnson left the store on a bike after the shooting. He said the victim and the gunman dated for about nine months but were now apart. The victim was pronounced dead, but her name has not been released.

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  • US Chief Justice rebukes Trump
US Chief Justice rebukes Trump

In this case, Roberts chose to tangle with Trump on the idea of partisan judges "because he's frustrated and he was trying to send a message to the president that the judiciary is not your punching bag", Howe said. "What we have", Roberts continued, "is an extraordinary group of dedicated judges doing their level best to do equal right to those...

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  • Mexico to up security at border after migrants try to cross
Mexico to up security at border after migrants try to cross

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers repelled them with a volley of canisters emitting large clouds of gas as U.S. and Mexican government helicopters clattered overhead. The situation devolved after the group began a peaceful march to appeal for the U.S.to speed processing of asylum claims for Central American migrants marooned in Tijuana.

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  • Rain breaks, easing search for remains of California wildfire
Rain breaks, easing search for remains of California wildfire

It is the deadliest USA wildfire in a century and at least 249 people remain missing on Sunday according to the Butte County Sheriff's Office . It was on November 8th that the fire began in the Sierra Nevada foothills and within a day it had destroyed most of the town of Paradise.

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  • U.S. urges Pakistan to sanction terrorists behind Mumbai attacks
U.S. urges Pakistan to sanction terrorists behind Mumbai attacks

He called on Pakistan to implement sanctions against those responsible and said the USA was offering a new $5 million reward and was committed to seeing those responsible face justice. The MEA said, "We welcome the statement issued today by the United States calling on Pakistan to uphold their UN Security Council obligations to implement sanction...

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  • Judge: Coffee Boy Must Report To Prison Tomorrow
Judge: Coffee Boy Must Report To Prison Tomorrow

Papadopoulos had filed an initial motion on November 16, almost two months after the deadline for appealing his conviction or sentence. Papadopoulos pleaded guilty previous year to lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation about his relationship with Russian officials and their intermediaries during the 2016 presidential election.

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  • Alabama Mall Shooting: Black Man Killed by Police 'Likely' not Responsible
Alabama Mall Shooting: Black Man Killed by Police 'Likely' not Responsible

Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford Jr , 21, was killed by police after the shooting at the mall in Hoover, which is about 10 miles from Birmingham . Rector said police regret that their initial statement about Bradford was not accurate and added the shooting remains under investigation.

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  • Cleric who led protests against Asia Bibi's acquittal arrested
Cleric who led protests against Asia Bibi's acquittal arrested

Prominent cleric Khadim Hussain Rizvi's supporters clashed with police in the eastern city of Lahore soon after he was taken away, with at least five people wounded, police said. Rizvi's son, Saad said along with his father, all district leaders of TLP have been arrested. The protests continued until the government of Prime Minister Imran Kha...

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  • Beijing watching if Taiwan's president changes China policy: scholar
Beijing watching if Taiwan's president changes China policy: scholar

Taiwan's ruling party was handed a major defeat in local elections Saturday that were seen as a referendum on the administration of the island's independence-leaning president amid growing economic and political pressure from China . However, a spokesman on Sunday was quick to cite the election results as evidence that Taiwanese were becoming fe...

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  • US Lawmakers Split With Trump on Khashoggi Killing
US Lawmakers Split With Trump on Khashoggi Killing

King Hamad decorated the Crown Prince with the Order of Sheikh Isa Bin Salman Al-Khalifa of the Exceptional Class in recognition of his efforts in supporting and strengthening the Saudi and Bahrain relations. The Trump administration has imposed sanctions on 17 individuals that Saudi Arabia said were connected in Khashoggi's death. Iowa Rep...

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  • 145 pilot whales die after mass stranding in New Zealand
145 pilot whales die after mass stranding in New Zealand

The pilot whales were first spotted by a hiker on Saturday. Whale strandings are relatively common on New Zealand shores, with the conservation department responding to an average of 85 incidents a year, mostly of single animals. "More than one factor may contribute to a stranding", the DOC wrote in the statement . Factors could include sick...

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  • Midwest snowstorm cancels hundreds of flights as holiday weekend winds down
Midwest snowstorm cancels hundreds of flights as holiday weekend winds down

Early in the afternoon heavier damage was to the north, from Platte City to St. Joseph. Many places to the south and west of Rockford are looking to catch the higher end of this system, getting close to a foot of snow in some spots near the Quad Cities area.

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  • Trump admin asks Supreme Court to speed transgender troops case
Trump admin asks Supreme Court to speed transgender troops case

If the request is granted, it would mean they would skip appeals courts and go straight to the Supreme Court, according to USA Today . Trump's proposed transgender military ban is just one of the anti-trans measures his administration has tried to introduce since he was elected president.

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  • Wind and snow expected overnight into Sunday
Wind and snow expected overnight into Sunday

Monday . The combination of heavy, wet snow sticking to trees and power lines could result in widespread power outages. The village of Huntley warned residents Sunday morning to limit travel, give plows and salt truck room to work before, during and after the storm, and obey the village parking ordinance.

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  • Russian Federation blocks Ukrainian navy from entering Sea of Azov
Russian Federation blocks Ukrainian navy from entering Sea of Azov

The worldwide community has largely not recognized Russia's annexation of the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea from Ukraine . One vessel was hit by the strikes, injuring a crew member, the Ukrainian navy said. A spokesman for Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said Kyiv was convening an emergency meeting of the military's top brass on Sunday ni...

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  • Jerome Corsi Enters Plea Negotiations With Mueller
Jerome Corsi Enters Plea Negotiations With Mueller

The revelation of the plea negotiation comes on the heels of an announcement from Corsi last week that after two months of closed-door talks with investigators, Mueller had indicated to him that he would be charged within a matter of days.

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  • Wife of UK scholar jailed in UAE blames London
Wife of UK scholar jailed in UAE blames London

The UAE says it is considering a request to pardon Matthew Hedges, the British PhD student handed a life sentence for espionage. According to the BBC the UAE's ambassador in London , Sulaiman Almazroui, will issue a statement on Friday morning that could give an update on the case.

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  • USA in Deal with Mexico Over Asylum Seekers
USA in Deal with Mexico Over Asylum Seekers

Asylum seekers will be given an initial screening to determine whether they face imminent danger by staying in Mexico, where violence is widespread. Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Mexico's president-elect, plans to implement a policy known as " Remain in Mexico " after taking office next month, his top domestic policy official told The Washington ...

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  • Karnataka tragedy: 25 dead as bus falls into Vishweshwaraiah Canal near Mandya
Karnataka tragedy: 25 dead as bus falls into Vishweshwaraiah Canal near Mandya

Manjunath, a resident, said that they alerted the local authorities who stopped the water into the canal. Many passengers could not escape from the bus as it fell on its side and began sinking, trapping the doors on the floor of the canal. Parameshwaran, the Karnataka state deputy chief minister. The chief minister has, meanwhile, asked the dis...

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  • 29 die as 'overcrowded' pleasure boat sinks in Lake Victoria
29 die as 'overcrowded' pleasure boat sinks in Lake Victoria

Kampala Central MP Muhammad Nsereko looks on as Ssenkezi Francis, a survivor of Lake Victoria's capsized boat, narrates Saturday night's tragedy. No information was provided by police on how many people may still be missing. "We suspect the mechanical condition of the boat and the weather contributed to the sinking". It has been reported that som...

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