• Kevin Spacey's Downward Spiral: Pulled From Upcoming Film
Kevin Spacey's Downward Spiral: Pulled From Upcoming Film

It's not an entirely impossible task to redo his scenes, as much of the film focuses on Michelle Williams as Gail Harris and Mark Wahlberg as Fletcher Chase , Getty's assistant. Spacey, who was 26 at the time , said: "I honestly do not remember the encounter, it would have been over 30 years ago". The film was scheduled for a closing-nigh...

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  • Invasion would be needed to destroy North Korea bombs, Pentagon says
Invasion would be needed to destroy North Korea bombs, Pentagon says

The letter took pains to assert that a more precise assessment of the tactics, logistics and human risk involved in a full-scale U.S. ground assault against North Korea must remain classified, for now. The report comes at a time when US President Donald Trump is on a 12-day long Asia tour, in an attempt to defend his strong rhetoric against Py...

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  • United States sets final date for Nicaraguan immigrants' protected status
United States sets final date for Nicaraguan immigrants' protected status

The Department of Homeland Security claimed that conditions in Nicaragua have improved enough to cancel the program. Those countries are among nine that Reuters reports TPS now covers; the other five are Nepal, Somalia, South Sudan, Syria, and Yemen.

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  • Scottish parliament evacuated as white powder reportedly found in parcels
Scottish parliament evacuated as white powder reportedly found in parcels

A spokesman for Police Scotland said: "Police in Edinburgh can confirm that the emergency response at the Scottish Parliament has been stood down". Reports said the packages were addressed to Jamie Halco Johnston, Liz Smith and Edward Mountain.

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  • FSU suspends all fraternities and sororities after pledge's death
FSU suspends all fraternities and sororities after pledge's death

During Florida State's suspension of fraternities and sororities, chapters will not be allowed to hold organized events, aside from meetings with the university or their national chapter. "Our thoughts and prayers are with the student's family and friends", Pi Kappa Phi CEO Mark E. Timmes said in a statement obtained by ABC News.

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  • Army jawan, three militants killed in J&K gunbattle
Army jawan, three militants killed in J&K gunbattle

An army man belonging to 44 RR died in the ongoing encounter in Aglar Kandi village of Pulwama district Monday evening.Three militants were also killed. The police and paramilitary forces resorted to tear smoke shells and firing to disperse them, in which a civilian sustained bullet wound. Meanwhile, Internet services have been snapped in Pul...

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  • Rand Paul's injuries from assault more severe than initially reported
Rand Paul's injuries from assault more severe than initially reported

Hodges said Paul's injuries were minor and did not require transport to a hospital. "Senator Paul has five rib fractures including 3 displaced fractures". According to the jailer at Warren County Regional Jail, 59-year-old Rene Boucher was released on $7,500 bail Saturday. "It is not clear exactly how soon he will return to work, as the pain is c...

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  • Congress usurped subsidy of Rs 57000 crore: Modi
Congress usurped subsidy of Rs 57000 crore: Modi

The Congress leader's rally in Paonta Sahib was first among the three public addresses that he will hold today. He said it is hard to separate " Congress and corruption from each other" and when it comes to "vikas (development)", the party is famous for "atkana, latkana aur bhatkana (creating hurdles)".

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  • Lavrov labels election interference charges as baseless
Lavrov labels election interference charges as baseless

Russian Federation on Tuesday pointed to the charges against Paul Manafort and an aide to President Trump's 2016 campaign as proof there is no evidence that Moscow interfered in the election, according to a report. The figure offers the most detailed public accounting to date of the scale of a Russian disruption campaign via social media sites an...

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  • Rockford Police officer, another person found dead after traffic stop
Rockford Police officer, another person found dead after traffic stop

Authorities said a dead person was also located inside the vehicle of the vehicle crash. Officers returning to the scene found Cox, who was critically wounded, around a one-vehicle wreck approximately two blocks north of the original traffic stop, O'Shea stated.

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  • Carter Page testifies he told Sessions about Russian Federation trip
Carter Page testifies he told Sessions about Russian Federation trip

Mr. Clovis was drawn further into controversy this week when George Papadopoulos, a Trump campaign official, plead guilty to misleading Federal Bureau of Investigation agents about a series of meetings he took with Russia-linked individuals during the 2016 election.

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  • Saudi King issues royal orders
Saudi King issues royal orders

President Trump has spoken with the king of Saudi Arabia to offer a wholehearted endorsement of a drive to modernize the kingdom, as the Saudi authorities arrested scores of prominent business people and ministers in a sweeping anti-corruption crackdown.

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  • Islamic State takes responsibility for NYC attack; security increased
Islamic State takes responsibility for NYC attack; security increased

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the surviving member of a pair of ethnic Chechen brothers who killed three people and injured more than 260 when they bombed the 2013 Boston Marathon in an attack inspired by the al Qaeda militant group, was sentenced to death in 2015.

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  • Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri resigns
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri resigns

Lebanese PM resigned in a televised address blaming Iranian interference and alluded to fears of an assassination . CGTN's Yasser Hakim confirms Saudi intelligence convinced Hariri that his life could be in peril if he traveled back to Lebanon.

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  • Michigan State's last-second field goal sinks Penn State's playoff hopes
Michigan State's last-second field goal sinks Penn State's playoff hopes

Following an entertaining first quarter which ended with the Nittany Lions up by a 14-7 score, lightning in the area shut down the party. Penn State's College Football Playoff hopes likely went down with the loss, having lost their last two by a combined four points.

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  • 'Food processing to be major growth area'
'Food processing to be major growth area'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi (centre) with the Prime Minister of Latvia Maris Kucinskis (left) and the President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan at World Food India 2017 in New Delhi on Friday. Ramdev said khichdi was a nutritious food and it had all necessary vitamins, while Badal said khichdi was a special food item since everyone in India wo...

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  • Departing Twitter employee deactivates Trump's account
Departing Twitter employee deactivates Trump's account

In response to Twitter's statement about its investigation, one user said: "I am assuming you're investigating who should get a million dollar bonus?" Trump has used Twitter to announce policies. "What if they instead had tweeted fake messages?" This morning, Trump blamed a "rogue employee". "Trump's Twitter deactivated for 11 min, and I suddenly t...

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  • Carter Page met with Russian official during 2016 trip to Moscow
Carter Page met with Russian official during 2016 trip to Moscow

Nonetheless, the court filing on Papadopoulos is now being contrasted with long-disputed answers Sessions gave the Senate Judiciary Committee at his confirmation hearing about Trump's campaign, including the exchange with Franken. Jonathan Turley, a professor at George Washington University law school, said he views a perjury case against Session...

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  • Spanish judge orders arrest of ousted Catalan leader: La Vanguardia
Spanish judge orders arrest of ousted Catalan leader: La Vanguardia

Puigdemont, who had to testify before Spain's National Court on Thursday as he faces rebellion, sedition and embezzlement charges following the Catalan referendum, has fled to Belgium. He weighed in on a debate among secessionists in Catalonia regarding strategy for the December snap election Spain's government has called as part of its tempora...

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  • Ex-TMC heavyweight Mukul Roy joins BJP, calls it secular party
Ex-TMC heavyweight Mukul Roy joins BJP, calls it secular party

Former Trinamool Congress leader Mukul Roy on Friday joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in New Delhi . Union minister Ravishankar Prasad, who handed the membership certificate to Mr Roy at the BJP headquarters, said the latter had a big role in establishing the TMC.

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  • Sanders campaign manager: 'It was pretty clear' DNC was on Clinton's side
Sanders campaign manager: 'It was pretty clear' DNC was on Clinton's side

Are Brazile's revelations the first shots in a virtual civil war between the Democratic establishment faithful to the Clintons and a growing progressive wing represented by lawmakers like Sanders and Massachusetts Sen. Brazile, who was a CNN pundit at the time, lost her CNN job over that. Between them, Barack Obama and Debbie Wasserman Schultz...

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  • BJP to seek delay in Padmavati release
BJP to seek delay in Padmavati release

The Gujarat BJP spokesperson said the party had received several representations from the Kshatriya community about "distortion of historical facts" in the film. However, director Sanjay Leela Bhansali and the cast of the film have maintained throughout that the film does not portray any such relationship between the two lead characters.

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  • Bowe Bergdahl Spared Prison
Bowe Bergdahl Spared Prison

Nance said Bergdahl will be dishonorably discharged when issuing the ruling Friday after almost two weeks of testimony by Bergdahl's former comrades. Nance ruled Bergdahl can get a fair trial despite Trump's comments, but said he would consider them as a mitigating factor in the sentencing.

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  • USA attorney general confident in terror prosecutions
USA attorney general confident in terror prosecutions

U.S. President Donald Trump speaks while meeting with members of his cabinet November 1, 2017 in Washington, DC. President Donald Trump has demanded that the death penalty is considered when prosecutors go after Sayfullo Saipov , who is accused for mowing down more than 20 people in New York City this week.

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  • Suspect in Colorado Walmart Shooting Is Arrested, ID'd
Suspect in Colorado Walmart Shooting Is Arrested, ID'd

The shooting comes a day after a man in New York City allegedly killed eight people on a Manhattan bike path before police officers were able to apprehend and take him into custody. Copter4 flew over the scene of Ostrem's arrest. Video broadcast from CBS affiliate KCNC-TV showed the suspect being handcuffed by police against the side of an SUV as...

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  • 'Double standards' will only undermine efforts to combat terror
'Double standards' will only undermine efforts to combat terror

In August, China extended by three months a block it had put on the proposal to list Azhar as a global terrorist after obstructing the move in February. All other 14 countries of the 15-member security council supported the move by the United States and France, news agency PTI said. The wrangling over Masood Azhar , a longtime Indian foe, has be...

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  • After the Latest Twitter Rant by Trump, the US Tightens Border Control
After the Latest Twitter Rant by Trump, the US Tightens Border Control

Being politically correct is fine, but not for this!' Trump tweeted Tuesday night around 9pm ET. It is thought that the devastating attack which killed eight innocent people will further intensify the Presidents plans to introduce the strict new program which he has been campaigning for since the past year.

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  • Vengeful bride in Muzaffargarh kills 13 people in bid to kill husband
Vengeful bride in Muzaffargarh kills 13 people in bid to kill husband

She planned to kill her husband, instead she accidentally murdered 13 loved ones. Yet he refused when she offered the milk to him. Instead, her mother-in-law poured the poisoned substance into a Value-Added Tax kept by the family, and drew from it the next day to make lassi and butter.

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  • Emergency detour planned for Hwy 400 rush-hour traffic
Emergency detour planned for Hwy 400 rush-hour traffic

At least two people are confirmed dead, but numerous vehicles have yet to be searched by authorities. Schmidt said secondary roads will be very heavy including Highway 27, Weston Road and Jane Street. "There are multiple fatalities", he said, noting only two deaths have been confirmed but the victims have not been identified. Given the surge in...

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  • Russia-linked Facebook ads show targeting
Russia-linked Facebook ads show targeting

What we're talking about is a major foreign power with sophistication and ability to involve themselves in a presidential election and sow conflict and discontent all over this country. Various U.S. investigations into how Russian Federation may have tried to sway American voters in the months before and after last year's elections are hanging over...

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  • US Raid Captures Suspected Militant in 2012 Benghazi Attack in Libya
US Raid Captures Suspected Militant in 2012 Benghazi Attack in Libya

The Benghazi attack, which killed Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans, was the topic of numerous congressional hearings, with Republican lawmakers critical of the way in which then-secretary of state Hillary Clinton handled the attack.

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  • Iraqi army takes control of Iraqi-Kurdish border crossing with Turkey
Iraqi army takes control of Iraqi-Kurdish border crossing with Turkey

He said "a committee is overseeing the redeployment of federal forces to areas taken under the control of the Kurdish region after 2003", the year of the USA -led invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein. Zebari, the Kurdish government adviser, said the Kurds were prepared to accept "Iraqis at the airports and border posts to have oversight, to make su...

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  • Driver Killed By 12-Year-Old Jumping From Overpass Was Towson Grad
Driver Killed By 12-Year-Old Jumping From Overpass Was Towson Grad

Police are investigating the matter as a suicide attempt, WUSA-TV reported . A passenger was able to stop the vehicle, and Harris was pronounced dead at the scene. Her father, Patrick Harris, said that she was an outgoing person and had a fondness for the outdoors, particularly hiking. She was fearless, she was absolutely fearless.

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  • Israel Hails Blast of Gaza Tunnel
Israel Hails Blast of Gaza Tunnel

The tunnel was being built by the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terror group. Ashraf Al Qudra, a Gaza Health Ministry spokesman, said five people were killed. The fate of the Hamas security forces after it transfers power to the PA in the territory is one of the most delicate issues facing the reconciliation process.

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  • Two Navy SEALs eyed in strangulation of Green Beret in Mali
Two Navy SEALs eyed in strangulation of Green Beret in Mali

A U.S. official told CNN jurisdiction for the investigation shifted from the Army investigation service to the Navy in September. The New York Times first reported the probe into the death of a staff sergeant found dead in us embassy housing in the Malian capital of Bamako on June 4.

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  • United States court blocks Trump's military transgender ban
United States court blocks Trump's military transgender ban

Trump had pointed to the health benefits cost of trans service members as a reason for the ban , but that was slammed hard by opponents as the military spends five times more on Viagra than gender-confirmation surgery. Therefore, she said, the court does not have jurisdiction to enjoin the aspect of Trump's policy. "Rather than be able to count...

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  • Jim McElwain, Florida 'mutually agree to part ways'
Jim McElwain, Florida 'mutually agree to part ways'

The organization hired McElwain in December 2014. He took over as head coach at Florida starting with the 2015 season, where he led the Gators to a 10-2 regular season and the program's first SEC Eastern Division title since 2009. First, Hugh Freeze gets popped at Ole Miss and now McElwain is done at Florida. Although the upgrades were overdue,...

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  • It is Hardik who needs to clear his stand on quota: Rupani
It is Hardik who needs to clear his stand on quota: Rupani

The inference was twofold. Both Shah and chief minister Vijay Rupani were virtually forced to abandon the meeting and leave in the face of defiant Patidar agitators. On Wednesday, the Gujarat Anti-Terrorism Squad had arrested two individuals from Surat on suspicion of them being ISIS operatives who were planning a terrorist attack in Ahmedabad.

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  • Iran asks United Nations nuclear chief to confirm it still follows deal
Iran asks United Nations nuclear chief to confirm it still follows deal

Amano's visit comes amid U.S. President Donald Trump's inflammatory remarks against the July 2015 nuclear deal signed between Iran, the European Union, Germany, and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council. On Sunday, Rouhani also slammed Washington for what he called its "failure" to live up to its obligations. "All neighboring countr...

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