• Another Republican Senator Comes Out Against Trump's Emergency Order
Another Republican Senator Comes Out Against Trump's Emergency Order

He is seeking to use $3.6 billion from military construction, $2.5 billion from a Defense Department drug interdiction program, and $600 million from a Treasury Department drug forfeiture program, in addition to the money from Congress . "I really think that Republicans that vote against border security and the wall, I think, you know, I've been o...

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  • Sanders Holds Campaign Kickoff Rally in Birthplace
Sanders Holds Campaign Kickoff Rally in Birthplace

He stressed his commitment to higher wages workers and more robust health care and acknowledging the crucial role of the early-voting state. "This is the origin story of a political revolutionary", King declared of Sanders as he discussed the senator's efforts to promote civil rights in the 1960s, which at one point led to his arrest during a pro...

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  • Trump's Top Security Aide Calls US-North Korea Summit A
Trump's Top Security Aide Calls US-North Korea Summit A "Success"

Trump said he walked away from his second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un because Kim demanded the US lift all of its sanctions, a claim that North Korea's delegation called a rare news conference in the middle of the night to deny.

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  • Major winter storm targets New York City region
Major winter storm targets New York City region

The advisory is in effect Saturday from 4 a.m.to 4 p.m.in parts of Lander, Eureka and White Pine counties from west of Austin to the east through Ely all the way to the Utah line. The fast-moving storm is expected to move across the Great Plains and Midwest overnight, where temperatures in the storm's path are expected to plummet.

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  • Tens of thousands of Algerians call on Bouteflika to step down
Tens of thousands of Algerians call on Bouteflika to step down

Clashes resulted in several people being injured, according to foreign news agencies. The Algerian leader, Bouteflika has rarely been seen in public since suffering a stroke in 2013 and is now undergoing medical checks, in Switzerland. The president has been in Switzerland for the past week for "routine medical checks" announced by his office i...

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  • OR man, dog survive five days in auto stuck in snow
OR man, dog survive five days in auto stuck in snow

Jeremy Taylor , of Sunriver, Oregon , found himself trapped in his auto with his dog in deep snow after a blizzard hit the central part of the western USA state. The avid outdoorsman told his rescuers he and his dog, Allie, became stuck in deep snow on a U.S. Forest Service road later that same day. Taylor and Ally initially tried to trek throug...

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  • Tornado Kills 14 In US State Of Alabama,
Tornado Kills 14 In US State Of Alabama, "Catastrophic" Damage Caused

Trees all around had been snapped bare of branches. Lee County coroner Bill Harris confirmed the death toll: "We've got 14 people dead at this time and I expect that number to go higher", he told MSNBC. Reports said multiple homes were damaged in Dupree, Alabama, south of Dothan. The National Weather Service in Mobile said it was planning to se...

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  • Saudi Arabia strips Osama bin Laden's son Hamza of citizenship
Saudi Arabia strips Osama bin Laden's son Hamza of citizenship

The announcement came a day after United States offered a $1 million reward (over Rs 7 crore) for information on Hamza bin Laden , seeing him as an emerging face of extremism. Hamza bin Laden's father was killed in a USA military raid in Pakistan in May 2011. When asked about the last information about Hamza bin Laden , Evanoff said, "He is pr...

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  • Crews Search for 2 Missing Girls in Humboldt County
Crews Search for 2 Missing Girls in Humboldt County

He said Sheriff's Special Services deputies, Southern Humboldt Technical Rescue, and CAL FIRE crews were among those to conduct an initial search of the area, continuing through the night. Humboldt County Sheriff William Honsal says 8-year-old Leia Carrico and 5-year-old Caroline Carrico were found " safe and sound " Sunday morning. "How they were ...

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  • US House committee seeks Trump corruption evidence
US House committee seeks Trump corruption evidence

Former White House chief of staff John Kelly and former White House counsel Don McGahn also are likely targets, he said. "It's very clear that the president obstructed justice", Nadler said ., referencing the president's relentless attacks on special counsel Robert Mueller , his efforts to protect former national security advisor Michael Flynn,...

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  • Eurosceptics Present UK PM May With Terms to Back Brexit Deal
Eurosceptics Present UK PM May With Terms to Back Brexit Deal

In a revised strategy unveiled this week, May vowed that if her deal is rejected, lawmakers will vote in the following days on whether to leave without a deal or delay Brexit . "This is not the case". The backstop "will end either when we have a global agreement on the future relationship, or a specific agreement with Ireland", he said, assuring...

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  • Girl who joined ISIS moved from Syrian refugee camp amid 'safety concerns'
Girl who joined ISIS moved from Syrian refugee camp amid 'safety concerns'

A report in The Sun has quoted a source as saying: "She is living in fear of her life". It has been suggested by the Daily Mail that she "vanished" from the camp after a price was out on her head. "I'm being made an example of". The Home Office has said it is possible to strip the teenager of British nationality on the grounds that she is eli...

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  • India, Pakistan resume shelling in Kashmir, leaving four dead
India, Pakistan resume shelling in Kashmir, leaving four dead

The three died after a shell fired by Pakistani soldiers hit their home in the Poonch region near the LoC. Hours after Abhinandan's release, fighting resumed on Saturday, with at least seven people, including five civilians and two soliders, killed on either side of the disputed Kashmir border.

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  • Washington ups pressure on Venezuela as Guaido tours South America
Washington ups pressure on Venezuela as Guaido tours South America

U.S. officials have taken action against six current or former Venezuelan security chiefs accused of controlling the groups which have blocked emergency supplies, including much-needed food and medicine, from reaching people in the strife-torn Latin American country.

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  • Climate change at heart of Jay Inslee’s pitch for US presidency
Climate change at heart of Jay Inslee’s pitch for US presidency

But the Washington governor begins his campaign less-known and behind in the polls compared to some of his rivals in Congress, though he has had a longer political career than majority'. As an unabashed liberal, Inslee has governed Washington promoting clean energy, gay rights, abortion rights, environmental preservation, tighter gun restrictions...

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  • Gun battle rages between Shabaab and Somali troops
Gun battle rages between Shabaab and Somali troops

Abdukadir Abdirahman, director of the Aamin Ambulance service, said that at least 60 people had been wounded. Ali said he did not believe the militants were inside the hotel. The US military has stepped up its air campaign against Al-Shabaab militants in Somalia in recent days, with officials on Friday saying another 26 "terrorists" had been ...

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  • USA vows to defend PH if attacked in South China Sea
USA vows to defend PH if attacked in South China Sea

A report earlier this month from the Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative (AMTI), run by the Center for Strategic and International Studies, found that China had sent a large fleet of nearly 100 ships to stop construction work by the Philippines on an island in the disputed Spratly chain.

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  • West Va. GOP condemns anti-Muslim signs at capitol
West Va. GOP condemns anti-Muslim signs at capitol

The sergeant of arms, Anne Lieberman , resigned later Friday. It was not clear how serious. "No wonder why I am on the "Hitlist" of a domestic terrorist and "Assassinate Ilhan Omar " is written on my local gas stations", Omar wrote on Twitter, linking to an article about the flyers.

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  • Boozed-up captain rams Russian cargo ship into South Korea bridge
Boozed-up captain rams Russian cargo ship into South Korea bridge

As a result, portions of the lower bridge were closed off as a precautionary measure and would remain closed through Sunday. It said the captain had a blood alcohol content of 0.086% when the legal limit is 0.03%, though it is not clear if he was at the helm at the time.

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  • Trump Attacks the Russia Investigation in CPAC Speech
Trump Attacks the Russia Investigation in CPAC Speech

US President Donald Trump has told an audience of conservatives that he will win re-election in 2020 by a bigger margin than his 2016 victory. He spoke on a variety of issues, including special counsel Robert Muller's Russian Federation investigation, his recent summit in Vietnam with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, and the Democrats runni...

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