• GOP lawmaker proposes bill to grant residency for Salvadoran immigrants
GOP lawmaker proposes bill to grant residency for Salvadoran immigrants

His administration announced that almost 200,000 people from El Salvador , many of whom have lived in this country since the 2001 earthquakes devastated their Central American nation, will no longer be welcomed in the U.S.as part of the Temporary Protected Status program.

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  • Turkey's Recep Erdogan threatens attack on Syria
Turkey's Recep Erdogan threatens attack on Syria

Rojhat Roj said the shelling of areas in Afrin district, in Aleppo province, killed one YPG fighter and injured a couple of civilians on Sunday. The US sees the YPG as the most effective fighting force against IS and past year provided it with arms ahead of major battles in Syria.

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  • Man allegedly cuts hijab off girl near Scarborough school
Man allegedly cuts hijab off girl near Scarborough school

The man fled the scene after the assault. Google Maps Pauline Johnson Junior Public School, where an 11-year-old girl was headed Friday when she was allegedly attacked. Wearing a white hijab loaned from a friend, Noman quietly told reporters that the light blue hijab she wore to school now had a large cut in it, approximately 30 cm long.

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  • GM plans driverless ride-hailing service without manual controls for 2019
GM plans driverless ride-hailing service without manual controls for 2019

GM is now applying for permission from the federal government to run the test cars without a driver. To improve safety, the vehicles will share information with one another and rely on two computer systems, which operate simultaneously so that if one computer encounters a problem, the second computer can serve as a backup, according to GM's self-...

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  • Saudi women score right to watch men's soccer in stadiums
Saudi women score right to watch men's soccer in stadiums

The ban on women was lifted thanks to liberal social reforms initiated by 32-year-old Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman . Saudi women made a new history on Friday by attended the Saudi professional League game in Jeddah , an activity that was limited to men for decades.

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  • Astros acquire Cole from Pirates
Astros acquire Cole from Pirates

In the end, Cole will in fact be joining the reigning World Champion Astros' rotation. Cole will now enter the Astros' rotation as a top-4 starter. He was the No. He has one year of arbitration eligibility remaining. "Yes, Gerrit Cole is a really good major-league pitcher", Neal Huntington told reporters on a conference call Saturday night.

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  • Boat with 40 school children capsizes in Dahanu, rescue operations underway
Boat with 40 school children capsizes in Dahanu, rescue operations underway

The deceased girls were identified as Sonal Bhagwan Surati, Janhavi Harish Surati and Sanskruti Mayavanshi, all aged 17, Singe had said yesterday. According to an eyewitness account, the tragedy apparently happened when some students crowded on one side of the boat to click selfies, resulting in loss of balance and the vessel capsizing.

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  • We Can Use NAFTA to Pay for Border Wall
We Can Use NAFTA to Pay for Border Wall

Speaking about one of his signature campaign promises with The Wall Street Journal , Trump said a renegotiation of the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement - which includes Canada, Mexico, and the USA - could provide cost savings to the US that could be used to pay for the wall.

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  • Group: Israel OKs more construction in West Bank settlements
Group: Israel OKs more construction in West Bank settlements

Two other Palestinians were injured and transferred to the Shuhada al-Aqsa Hospital in Deir al-Balah along with Abu Musaed. The European Union voiced concern Friday over the Israeli detention of two Palestinian minors, one of whom who was arrested after a video of her confronting Israeli soldiers went viral.

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  • Trump advisor refuses to leave CNN set
Trump advisor refuses to leave CNN set

Tapper appeared to become flustered by Miller's defense of the president and his refusal to answer some questions. In addition to Miller, White House deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley also told reporters separately that the story was false.

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  • Treasury Bond ETFs Weakening on Foreign Demand Concerns
Treasury Bond ETFs Weakening on Foreign Demand Concerns

Treasuries are market-driven. "Gold traders confirm that it was because the Government announced in advance that it was planning to sell such a large quantity of gold that the markets became depressed", The Telegraph reported then-shadow secretary to the Treasury Philip Hammond as saying in 2009.

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  • Trump administration allows states to make Medicaid recipients work
Trump administration allows states to make Medicaid recipients work

Under state work requirements , people have to verify their work status or their qualification for an exemption, according to, associate director of Kaiser Family Foundation's Program on Medicaid & the Uninsured. "In a state where 443,000 people benefited from Medicaid expansion since previous year, this will be devastating for the people of...

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  • Chelsea Manning is running for Senate
Chelsea Manning is running for Senate

Manning's statement of candidacy was filed with the Federal Elections Commission on Thursday. She will run as a Democrat. Despite the gravity of her convictions, her criminal history will not legally stop Manning from running for senator.

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  • Education cap issue: Army evolving better system, says Rawat
Education cap issue: Army evolving better system, says Rawat

Expressing confidence in India's capability of handling an increasingly assertive China , the general said: "For too long we kept our focus on the western front". some kind of control is to be exercised there and that is what we are looking at". Stating that "terrorism in J&K is not over", Gen Rawat said the Army will shift its focus to north ...

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  • OR physicians urge flu patients to call first due to overcrowding
OR physicians urge flu patients to call first due to overcrowding

To protect the family's privacy, the Department can only confirm that the death occurred downstate. While data fluctuate on how many Americans die annually from the flu, during the 2012 to 2013 flu season an estimated 56,000 people died, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention .

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  • Bannon to exit Breitbart News Network after break with Trump
Bannon to exit Breitbart News Network after break with Trump

Bannon, his onetime guru. Burck also said the representation only pertains to the Republican-led House investigation, and not special counsel Robert Mueller's independent probe. He issued a statement Sunday praising the president's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., whom he was quoted accusing of treasonous behavior in the book .

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  • Turkey Summons Russian, Iranian Envoys Over Syria Safe Zone Violation
Turkey Summons Russian, Iranian Envoys Over Syria Safe Zone Violation

Turkey and the United States have been at loggerheads over Washington's policy of support for the Syrian Kurdish YPG militia, which Ankara views as an extension of the Kurdistan Workers Party ( PKK ) waging an insurgency in southeastern Turkey.

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  • Agreement reached on basis for German coalition talks
Agreement reached on basis for German coalition talks

Germany has been in political limbo since a September 24 election in which Merkel failed to win a clear majority - in part due to the rise of the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) which took millions of votes from all major parties.

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  • Treasury agency blindsided by Sessions marijuana crackdown
Treasury agency blindsided by Sessions marijuana crackdown

Department of Justice (DOJ) issued a memorandum rescinding Obama Era guidance on the prosecution of state legalized marijuana businesses. JoAnne Leppanen, executive director of the Rhode Island Patient Advocacy Coalition, said that not being able to use debit cards is a "terrible inconvenience", but medical marijuana patients do not feel pa...

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  • On surveillance v. privacy, here's how Louisiana delegation voted
On surveillance v. privacy, here's how Louisiana delegation voted

That angered Trump and the previous Republican critics of Section 702 , who complained that political leaders shouldn't use official reporting to take partisan shots in the press. What did Congress do Thursday? Schiff suggested a vote on the bill should be delayed until the White House's position can be ascertained. The practice of the ...

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  • US Advises Citizens: Avoid Visiting These Five Mexican States
US Advises Citizens: Avoid Visiting These Five Mexican States

This announcement includes places in the states of Colima, Michoacan, Sinaloa, Tamaulipas and Guerrero at the same warning level as war-torn Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq, the report said. "The U.S. Department of State today confirmed that major worldwide tourism destinations in Mexico are safe", the Mexico Tourism Board said in a statement issue...

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  • White House Press Secretary, CNN Reporter Battle Over Trump's TV Habits
White House Press Secretary, CNN Reporter Battle Over Trump's TV Habits

US President Donald Trump will undergo mental and physical test on Friday. The tweets came hours before the House was set to vote on a bill to reauthorize the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and an amendment that would have reined in some of the government's surveillance powers.

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  • 7.6-magnitude quake strikes off the coast of Honduras
7.6-magnitude quake strikes off the coast of Honduras

Tsunami sirens were heard going off along the coast of Belize shortly after the magnitude 7.6 quake hit northeast of Honduras. The U.S. Pacific Tsunami Warning Center also issued an advisory for a number of countries in the Caribbean but they later recalled all warnings, saying that the threat had passed.

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  • Trump Calls Out Sen. Feinstein For Leaking Fusion GPS Transcript
Trump Calls Out Sen. Feinstein For Leaking Fusion GPS Transcript

Fusion GPS is now being investigated by the Senate Judiciary Committee for the controversial dossier it produced on then-presidential candidate Donald Trump during the 2016 elections. "There was no collusion, everybody including the Dems knows there was no collusion, & yet on and on it goes". Either way, Murphy said it all doesn't matter; nothi...

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  • Teacher questioning administrative pay raises removed from board meeting in handcuffs
Teacher questioning administrative pay raises removed from board meeting in handcuffs

After Hargrave posed several questions, board president Anthony Fontana ruled Hargrave out of order, warning her that the public comment section was not for a question-and-answer session. At least one school board member said at the meeting that the treatment Hargrave received was unacceptable, noting that she had "never seen a man removed from t...

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  • Ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio says he's running for the Senate in Arizona
Ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio says he's running for the Senate in Arizona

For the president, therefore, to persecute immigrants is an "admirable service" . Arpaio, dubbed "America's toughest sheriff" as a result of his proactive enforcement of illegal immigration, drew media attention after he was pardoned by President Donald Trump a year ago.

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  • Modi and Trump may meet at Davos on January 22
Modi and Trump may meet at Davos on January 22

The decision comes as a surprise to many observers, as he missed last year's gathering of the world economic elite and is a known critic of globalist policies that dominate in the forum. This year's theme reflects the gathering's global flavor: "Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World". "The President's message is very much the same here ...

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  • 18 groups that advocate boycotting Israel will now be denied entry
18 groups that advocate boycotting Israel will now be denied entry

Israel's newly-published " blacklist " of NGOs whose activists are barred from entry is reminiscent of Apartheid South Africa , a legal rights group has declared . "We answered the call for divestment from apartheid South Africa and we have done the same with the call for Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions from Palestinians who have faced dec...

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  • Donald Trump says he would 'beat Oprah' in presidency battle
Donald Trump says he would 'beat Oprah' in presidency battle

I want her to run for president. "I also know that after years of watching The Oprah [Winfrey] Show you always have the right to change your mind". Three months ago, Winfrey made it clear she had no political ambitions during an October appearance on CBS This Morning . She used the show's success to build a media empire encompassing movie ...

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  • Trump's plaintiff cry to Bannon, Wolff - Shut up or I'll sue
Trump's plaintiff cry to Bannon, Wolff - Shut up or I'll sue

In his tweet, Trump also targeted his one-time pal Steve Bannon - he called him "sloppy" - whom he unceremoniously dumped from his position as White House strategist in August, nearly exactly a year after hiring him. Trump decried Bannon's participation in interviews for the book released on Friday by Michael Wolff . US President had ...

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  • Trump tower guts fire
Trump tower guts fire

It serves as the headquarters for the Trump Organization and is located on Fifth Avenue between 56th and 57th Streets. The New York City Fire Department said that the fire started on the terrace and was quickly contained. 'The men and women of the #FDNY are true heros and deserve our most honest thanks and praise!' Trump Tower is a 68-story...

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  • Trump Delays Fake News Awards
Trump Delays Fake News Awards

Stephen Colbert , Jimmy Kimmel and Trevor Noah all took time out their shows on Wednesday to mull over their chances of receiving one of the awards - or as Colbert referred to them, "the Fakies". "Victor to receive the FAKE NEWS TROPHY!", he wrote on the micro-blogging site on November 27. And, yes, we are actually talking about a Fake News...

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  • Midstate remains under wind chill advisory
Midstate remains under wind chill advisory

The wind will be much lighter Sunday , meaning even our forecast high of just under 20 degrees will feel much warmer than Saturday and wind chill will be well below unsafe threshold. Some places in the positive single digits and others in the negative single digits. By this evening , the wind will drop below damaging levels, but will remain a...

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  • After Tense CNN Interview with Stephen Miller, President Trump Fires Back
After Tense CNN Interview with Stephen Miller, President Trump Fires Back

The amendment allows for the removal of a president if the vice president and a majority of the cabinet deem him physically or mentally unable to perform his duties. That meeting has been scrutinised by special counsel Robert Mueller III as part of his probe into the Trump campaign's contact with Russian officials during the 2016 election.

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  • KMart closing in Rutland in early April
KMart closing in Rutland in early April

However, a statement from the company says, "Eligible associates will receive severance and will have the opportunity to apply for open positions at area Sears or Kmart stores". Sears has been selling off some its real estate and brands as it tries to raise cash. The Kmart in Salisbury, Maryland, is one of the locations that will also close i...

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