• Donald Trump's inaugural committee issued subpoena in donations probe
Donald Trump's inaugural committee issued subpoena in donations probe

Special counsel Robert Mueller is looking into whether the Trump campaign coordinated with Russian Federation and whether the president obstructed the investigation . The subpoena seeks a wide range of documents, including information on any donations "made by or on behalf of foreign nationals". Zuberi visited Trump Tower in December 2016, meetin...

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  • United Kingdom security minister says hostage John Cantlie may still be alive
United Kingdom security minister says hostage John Cantlie may still be alive

Ben Wallace, minister for security, reportedly said the British government believes Mr Cantlie is alive and being held by the jihadist group. In the early years after his capture, he appeared in propaganda videos wearing an orange jumpsuit and speaking English to camera, in a similar fashion to other western hostages.

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  • Leak of Donald Trump's Daily Schedule Prompts White House Fury
Leak of Donald Trump's Daily Schedule Prompts White House Fury

Trump's approach to scheduling most resembles the undisciplined early days of Bill Clinton's presidential tenure, but after his staff conducted a "time and motion" study to show where the president's time went, days took on more structure and policy priorities got more effective.

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  • Warren struggles to move past Native American heritage flap
Warren struggles to move past Native American heritage flap

Speaking with the press in Washington D.C. earlier today, Warren repeatedly apologized for identifying as American Indian on her Texas State Bar card and explained that she grew up thinking she was had Native American ancestry due to what her family led her to believe.

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  • Taliban kill 41 Afghan security men in attacks
Taliban kill 41 Afghan security men in attacks

The Taliban's longtime negotiator, Mohammad Abbas Stanekzai, who has taken part in all rounds of discussions between the insurgents and Khalilzad among other USA diplomats in recent months, will lead the Taliban delegation in Moscow . The government of President Ashraf Ghani is boycotting the talks, however, having rejected the Taliban's key condi...

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  • European Union now sees Brexit unstoppable, aims to avert 'fiasco'
European Union now sees Brexit unstoppable, aims to avert 'fiasco'

Ahead of her own trip to Brussels , Mrs May is today engaged in a round of meetings with political leaders in Northern Ireland. Interested in Brexit? Add Brexit as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Brexit news, video, and analysis from ABC News.

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  • Google's new Chrome extension can detect unsafe login credentials
Google's new Chrome extension can detect unsafe login credentials

Data breaches are one of the biggest threats facing today's digital landscape, owing to cyber-criminals and inadequate security measures. Google's Password Checkup does check both credentials at the same time, which makes us a little anxious that the browser extension will make unsafe credentials even less safe.

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  • Iran rejects Trump’s State of the Union accusations of anti-Semitism
Iran rejects Trump’s State of the Union accusations of anti-Semitism

Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani said Iraq aspires to have "good and balanced relations" with all of its neighbours "based on mutual interests and without intervention in internal affairs". An assessment of the US anti-IS operations by the Pentagon's Office of the Inspector General (OIG) last November reported that Iran-backed militias were likely ...

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  • New Zealand kayaker's lost pictures found sealed in poop
New Zealand kayaker's lost pictures found sealed in poop

WTF?! USB sticks can be resilient pieces of hardware. On it, they found several photos and videos of of what appear to be fur seals or sea lions on Porpoise Bay, about 96 kilometres away from where the scat sample was found. "Concealed deep inside the scat was a USB stick", the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) said...

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  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez spoke with UK's Jeremy Corbyn on the phone
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez spoke with UK's Jeremy Corbyn on the phone

Jeff Flake, R-AZ, in an elevator during the contentious confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Christine Blasey Ford accused Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct dating back to the 1980s and testified against Kavanaugh before the Judiciary Committee.

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  • Venezuelan opposition welcomes Canada's call for military backing
Venezuelan opposition welcomes Canada's call for military backing

With Nicolas Maduro's government and PDVSA running out of cash, crude oil production in Venezuela-the country sitting on the world's largest oil reserves-has been incessantly falling over the past three years, despite Maduro touting deals with Russian Federation and repeatedly vowing to increase oil production.

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  • Man dies after e-cigarette explodes in his face
Man dies after e-cigarette explodes in his face

A 24-year-old Texan man died last month after his vape pen exploded in his face. One in 20 adults in the U.S. is reported to vape, and according to the research vaping could increase their chances of suffering a heart attack by nearly 60 percent.

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  • Twitter reacts to Trump's delayed State of the Union address
Twitter reacts to Trump's delayed State of the Union address

In his State of the Union address , Trump did not mention any names, but Sen. "Democratic socialism means that we must reform a political system in America today which is not only grossly unfair but, in many respects, corrupt", Sanders continued.

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  • Iraqis call for United States troops to be expelled after Trump's remarks
Iraqis call for United States troops to be expelled after Trump's remarks

North Korea has repeatedly urged a lifting of punishing US -led sanctions, a formal end to the war, and security guarantees . Trump has been eager to hold a second summit in spite of a lack of concrete progress in persuading North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons program.

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  • Pope Francis Holds Historic Public Mass In Uae
Pope Francis Holds Historic Public Mass In Uae

As CBN News reported , several evangelical leaders say the UAE is a good starting point to promote religious freedom among Muslim countries. "I look forward to societies where people of different beliefs have the same right of citizenship and where only in the case of violence in any of its forms is that right removed", he said.

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  • Theresa May to take bid to reopen Brexit deal to Brussels
Theresa May to take bid to reopen Brexit deal to Brussels

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling, who said the Nissan decision had more to do with the market for diesel vehicles than Brexit , called on the European Union to compromise and said the March 29 deadline for leaving the bloc will not be delayed.

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  • Trump says he's optimistic North Korea will give up nukes
Trump says he's optimistic North Korea will give up nukes

U.S. Special Representative for North Korea Stephen Biegun, right, is questioned by reporters upon his arrival at Incheon International Airport in Incheon, Feb. This is a damning blow to US President Donald Trump who has praised the leader of the hermit kingdom for his denuclearisation gestures during the pairs historical meeting in June 2018.

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  • IS could be back in Syria 'in six months'
IS could be back in Syria 'in six months'

The coalition spokesperson did not disclose more information about the operation. But the Iraqi president said Trump did not ask Iraq's permission to carry out such monitoring. Islamic State is "regenerating key functions and capabilities more quickly in Iraq than in Syria ". CENTCOM's response to the Inspector General's office came on Janua...

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  • Virginia governor denies wearing KKK costume in yearbook photo
Virginia governor denies wearing KKK costume in yearbook photo

MCCAMMON: Wendy Hobbs (ph) says she was disturbed by the image and the governor's changing statements about it. "I think back to 1984". The state has a holiday for Confederate generals Robert E. Last week, Northam came under fire from Republicans who have accused him of backing infanticide after he said he supported a bill loosening restricti...

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  • Environment Canada issues freezing drizzle and freezing rain warnings for Sudbury
Environment Canada issues freezing drizzle and freezing rain warnings for Sudbury

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory from 6 p.m. Tuesday through 6 a.m. Wednesday for most of northeastern and north central IL, due to the sleet and freezing rain. Northeast winds gusting up to 50 km/h will also generate local blowing snow, leading to reduced visibilities. People were advised to watch for possible sl...

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