• Pres. Trump: Didn't know about allegations Manafort shared polling
Pres. Trump: Didn't know about allegations Manafort shared polling

Manafort earned millions of dollars doing political consulting work for Ukraine and received multiple wire transfers from Lyovochkin and Akhmetov, special counsel Robert Mueller's team said during Manafort's trial last summer. They since confirmed that he was interviewed by Mueller's team. In their filing, Manafort's lawyers said Mueller's t...

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  • Ocasio-Cortez criticized after failing to provide workers’ compensation coverage
Ocasio-Cortez criticized after failing to provide workers’ compensation coverage

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's tendency to butt heads with members of her own party, according to a number of lawmakers and aides. Ocasio-Cortez, who at 29 became the youngest woman to be sworn into Congress, had the flawless millennial four-word response to the criticism: "New party, who dis?" She's repeatedly stated her support for legalization and...

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  • No Canadians among 7 killed in Cuban bus crash: government
No Canadians among 7 killed in Cuban bus crash: government

The region is mountainous with winding roads. The bus crashed on a road between the cities of Baracoa and Guantanamo in a section known as Loma de la Herradura, according to Radio Guantanamo . This is nothing new for Cuba, as the country's highways are poorly lit, narrow and rutted with huge potholes. This most recent crash is the fourth bus cra...

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  • Trump says he has nothing to hide about meetings with Putin
Trump says he has nothing to hide about meetings with Putin

As a result, US officials said there is no detailed record, even in classified files, of Trump's face-to-face interactions with the Russian leader at five locations over the past two years. Trump has made a number of decisions during his time as president that have benefitted Putin whilst simultaneously confounding his closest officials and advis...

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  • No Intent to Declare Border Security Emergency 'Right Now'
No Intent to Declare Border Security Emergency 'Right Now'

As a result 800,000 federal employees - workers as diverse as FBI agents, air traffic controllers and museum staff - did not receive paychecks on Friday. An attempt Thursday by moderate Republican senators to broker a deal that would have traded immigration protections for undocumented "Dreamers" brought to the USA as children in return for wall mo...

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  • Does Gov. DeSantis believe in climate change?
Does Gov. DeSantis believe in climate change?

But the change made to BSO policy by Sheriff Israel appears to me to mean that doing so was left at his discretion. When asked about removing Runcie, DeSantis explained that he wasn't sure if he had the authority to suspend a superintendent hired by a county school board, rather than one who was directly elected.

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  • Macedonian parliament agrees to change country's name, paving way to European Union membership
Macedonian parliament agrees to change country's name, paving way to European Union membership

Macedonia passed the deal as an amendment to its constitution on Friday, in line with an agreement with Greece to resolve a three-decades long dispute. European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said the bloc strongly supports the deal and "remains firmly committed to continue to fully support and accompany (Macedonia) towards its co...

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  • Israel says all Hezbollah cross-border tunnels found
Israel says all Hezbollah cross-border tunnels found

Israel's prime minister says the country struck an Iranian weapons storage facility over the weekend at the Damascus International Airport. The attack took place at 11:15 p.m. The statements marked a rare, public acknowledgement of Israeli attacks against Hezbollah and its patron Iran in neighboring Syria, where Israel is long believed to have ta...

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  • United Kingdom risks Brexit paralysis and possibly no Brexit at all: Foreign minister
United Kingdom risks Brexit paralysis and possibly no Brexit at all: Foreign minister

The UK is due to leave the European Union on 29 March 2019 automatically, whether the deal is passed by MPs or not. The Sunday Times says that the plan by backbenchers would see the government lose control of parliamentary business. On Monday the debate on the meaningful vote on Mrs May's deal will resume for a fourth day. He wrote: 'It's...

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  • Bus driver honored for rescuing baby left alone on highway
Bus driver honored for rescuing baby left alone on highway

She carried him to safety, bringing him to her bus. An on-duty bus driver in Milwaukee knew what she had to do when she saw a young boy when a baby wandering around alone near busy streets. Authorities say besides being cold and frightened, the youngster was OK. Authorities eventually reunited the baby girl with her father. The boy fell aslee...

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  • Comatose woman who had baby is hospitalized, police say
Comatose woman who had baby is hospitalized, police say

At a news conference Wednesday, Phoenix Police Sergeant Tommy Thompson said the department has gathered DNA samples as part of the investigation. Meanwhile, the woman's family has expressed outrage over the incident, stating they were traumatised by the alleged abuse and neglect that took place at a facility where she was supposed to be cared...

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  • Calls for Huawei boycott get mixed response in Europe
Calls for Huawei boycott get mixed response in Europe

This is the second incident after Huawei's CFO got arrested in Canada . Wang and a former Polish security official were detained by the Polish intelligence agency on Friday in Poland. The government has evidence that the two suspects "cooperated with the Chinese services" as they conducted espionage against Poland, according to Stanisław Żaryn...

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  • Travel Plans Freeze as Winter Storm Gia Strikes the Midwest
Travel Plans Freeze as Winter Storm Gia Strikes the Midwest

With snow already falling in the nation's capital Saturday, updated forecasts for total snowfall jumped from 2-4 inches to 8-12 inches, CNN meteorologist Robert Shackelford said. St. Louis Lambert International Airport spokesman Jeff Lea says airlines are canceling dozens of flights through Saturday morning. "More cancellations are likely on Satu...

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  • Winter Storm Warning for southwest Virginia
Winter Storm Warning for southwest Virginia

If the storm swings further north than expected it could include rain and sleet mixed with the snow. FOX 5's Gwen Tolbart says snow totals are continuing to increase for the area heading into Saturday evening, with most places now seeing light snow.

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  • Rahaf al-Qunun: Saudi woman 'given refugee status'
Rahaf al-Qunun: Saudi woman 'given refugee status'

The teenager has renounced Islam and wrote of being in "real danger" if forced to return to her family under pressure from Saudi authorities and has claimed she could be killed. The Thai immigration chief said the Saudi embassy had alerted Thai authorities to the case, saying that the woman had run away from her parents and they feared for her safe...

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  • Bernie Sanders adviser accused of harassing female staffer in 2016
Bernie Sanders adviser accused of harassing female staffer in 2016

At the time the woman, who was in her 20s and wishes to remain anonymous for fear of retaliation from supporters of Sanders and Becker, chose not to report the incident because the campaign was over. NBC's Chuck Todd excoriated one of the most popular frontrunners for the Democratic nomination to run against President Donald Trump in 2020, and ...

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  • Jayme Closs, missing United States teen, found alive after 87-day search
Jayme Closs, missing United States teen, found alive after 87-day search

The moment marked the end of the 13-year-old's escape after being held captive for months. The 66-year-old took the teen to a neighbor´s home, where they called police. Jayme reportedly stayed at the home for about 20 minutes, declining food and water. "She just yelled, 'Please help me!" Erik once lived in the same rural cabin in Gordon, Wisc...

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  • Double-decker bus crash in Ottawa kills 3, injures at least 20
Double-decker bus crash in Ottawa kills 3, injures at least 20

OC Transpo has issued notices saying detours are in effect for the Dominion and Westboro transit stations. Ottawa Police said in a statement its collision investigation unit was on scene and is investigating. Officials from Transport Canada and Ontario's Ministry of Transportation are also investigating. "And there was a bit of blood on the flo...

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  • Dozens Of Stranded Seals Flounder In Canadian Town
Dozens Of Stranded Seals Flounder In Canadian Town

Fisheries officers have been in town and are assessing the situation and investigating their options for the stranded seals, Stenson said. According to experts, the speed at which the bay froze may have disoriented the seals and made them move in the opposite direction of the waters.

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  • How Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez went from bartender to congresswoman
How Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez went from bartender to congresswoman

In responding to the Politico article Friday morning, Ocasio-Cortez quoted a character from the comic book Watchmen to signal her intention to resist the influence of more experienced lawmakers. The New York democratic socialist would be a thorn in the side of Wall Street, which has seen its regulatory burden lowered since Donald Trump beca...

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