• Palestinian FM: US becomes part of conflict not broker
Palestinian FM: US becomes part of conflict not broker

Violent protests against President TrumpDonald John TrumpHouse Democrat slams Donald Trump Jr. for "serious case of amnesia" after testimony Skier Lindsey Vonn: I don't want to represent Trump at Olympics Poll: 4 in 10 Republicans think senior Trump advisers had improper dealings with Russia MORE's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's ca...

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  • Palestine President To Shun US Vice President Mike Pence Over Jerusalem Move
Palestine President To Shun US Vice President Mike Pence Over Jerusalem Move

Retaliatory Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza Strip killed two Hamas militants before dawn, as unrest simmered over US President Donald Trump's controversial declaration of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Trump said this marks the start of a "new approach" to solving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Shops were shuttered in Jerusalem's Old City. ...

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  • Pope Francis calls for Lord's Prayer translation to be changed
Pope Francis calls for Lord's Prayer translation to be changed

The 80-year-old head of the Catholic Church, who has a reputation for questioning church practices , said Catholics in France have already switched to the wording "do not let us fall into temptation ". Catholic churches around the world do liturgical translations of scripture, including The Lord's Prayer , into the languages of their surroun...

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  • Louvre Abu Dhabi to Display World's Most Expensive Painting
Louvre Abu Dhabi to Display World's Most Expensive Painting

Christie's declined to say whether the museum bought the painting. In a tweet the newly opened museum said it was looking forward to putting the masterpiece on display in Abu Dhabi. The work of art circulated over the years among buyers and was badly damaged. Even before becoming the world's most expensive painting, it drew huge crowds during p...

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  • Firefighters Battling 'Hurricane-Force' Winds in Creek Fire
Firefighters Battling 'Hurricane-Force' Winds in Creek Fire

Los Angeles Police Cmdr. More than 100 structures - including 56 homes - have been demolished by the fire since it began early Tuesday morning four miles east of Sylmar, officials said. The fire rings the city and 5,460 structures are threatened. Half a dozen wildfires across Southern California continued to burn Friday morning, but firefighte...

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  • Details about New Mexico high school shooting gunman, victims emerge
Details about New Mexico high school shooting gunman, victims emerge

Authorities say a student opened fire Thursday at Aztec High School , killing two classmates. Sophomore Garrett Parker told Albuquerque television station KOAT he was upstairs in history class when he heard what he initially thought was students banging on lockers.

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  • Kulbhushan Jadhav to meet mother, wife on December 25
Kulbhushan Jadhav to meet mother, wife on December 25

India had written to Pakistan asking it to allow Jadhav's mother to accompany his wife. He said Pakistan had allowed Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav to meet his wife anyhow, India requested Pakistan that mother of Indian spy must be granted permission to see his son.

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  • Pantone's Ultra Violet: Finally, a color of the year that looks forward
Pantone's Ultra Violet: Finally, a color of the year that looks forward

While the regal shade may be an optimistic nod to what lies ahead, pop culture is no stranger to the color. And this morning, the institute announced its much-anticipated color for 2018 as Ultra Violet . No word of politics in Pantone's 2018 selection, however. Kylie Jenner , 20, even added the color to her wardrobe when she rocked sexy over-th...

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  • North Korea missile 'seen by Cathay Pacific airline crew'
North Korea missile 'seen by Cathay Pacific airline crew'

The company confirmed to the that crew witnessed "what is suspected to be the re-entry" of the missile into the earth's atmosphere. A spokesperson for The International Air Transport Association told reporters this week that North Korea has an obligation to provide advance notice of any missile tests, but not surprisingly, North Korea has never d...

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  • Defendant in Kathryn Steinle's Death Indicted on Federal Gun Charges
Defendant in Kathryn Steinle's Death Indicted on Federal Gun Charges

Garcia-Zarate, 54, will now face federal charges for being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition, as well as for being an illegally present alien in possession of a firearm and ammunition. Garcia Zarate said he found a gun under a chair on a San Francisco pier. San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon was critical on Tuesda...

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  • Winter weather advisory issued for metro Atlanta counties
Winter weather advisory issued for metro Atlanta counties

Parts of the U.S. South will see a quick round of accumulating snow as cold air surges into the region and disturbances ripple through a southward dip in the jet stream. Most regions of New Jersey normally get their first taste of snow on December 7 or later, according to statistics from the National Weather Service and New Jersey State Climatologi...

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  • Trump, Trump Jr., And The Attorney-Client Privilege
Trump, Trump Jr., And The Attorney-Client Privilege

In an absolutely freakish turn of events, Donald Trump, Jr . Obviously, the privilege would not apply if Trump Jr. had a conversation with his father or with his father and other non-attorney parties. The conversations that Trump Jr. may have had with his father after the June 2016 meeting are of interest to investigators primarily due to the fa...

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  • Which Black Mirror Episode Is This Year's
Which Black Mirror Episode Is This Year's "San Junipero"?

Much like the classic show, the tagline is, "Dare to go where no one has gone before". In case you weren't aware, we're very excited for the release of the fourth season of Black Mirror . Here are the episode titles and cast lists for each Season 4 episode. So when can we expect these dark delights to drop? " "Everything happens for a reaso...

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  • 3 dead, 15 hurt in New Mexico high school shooting
3 dead, 15 hurt in New Mexico high school shooting

The Bloomfield Police Department is asking parents to stay away from the school until further notice. Though the shooting at Aztec High School was confirmed by the San Juan County Sheriff's Office, there are still conflicting number of casualties.

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  • Wembley awarded four more Euro 2020 games to take total to seven
Wembley awarded four more Euro 2020 games to take total to seven

Wembley had originally been selected to host the semi-finals and final of the competition in 2014 and will now host an additional three group games and one last-16 fixture. The building of a new Brussels stadium for the tournament had run into delays involving the applications for construction and environmental permits.

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  • Franken Exit Could be Game-Changer for Control of Senate
Franken Exit Could be Game-Changer for Control of Senate

Sen. Franken (D-MN) was resigning after multiple women reported that he had groped or otherwise sexually harassed them. "I'm going to be just fine". Democratic Representative Ruben Kihuen faces pressure to resign as well over allegations reported by BuzzFeed that he repeatedly propositioned a former campaign worker.

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  • Texas officer shot to death while serving warrant
Texas officer shot to death while serving warrant

Copeland was taken away from the scene to Central Texas Medical Center, where he died a short time afterward from his injuries. Chief Stapp said the loss of Officer Copeland is painful for many in the police department. "Today was his day off". The shooting was said to have occurred near Bowie Elementary School in Texas. "His picture is hanging i...

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  • Viral cheerleader returns with second insane trick
Viral cheerleader returns with second insane trick

The video has been retweeted more than 137,000 times . They then proceed to "step over" it effectively hopping from one side to the other but keeping their suspended foot completely still. However, many Internet users have been left dazed and confused wondering how the trick actually works . Men's Health fitness editor Ebenezer Samuel reckons...

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  • Inside the 30000-Square-Foot Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Shanghai
Inside the 30000-Square-Foot Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Shanghai

On Tuesday, crowds sampled fresh brews and watched beans being roasted on-site at the grand opening event for the brand's first global Starbucks Reserve Roastery, focused on serving higher-end gourmet coffee. Starbucks is making a big impression in Shanghai: a 30,000-square-foot impression. The company is riding that wave and expanding aggressiv...

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  • Mueller Details $3M Spent On Early Months Of Russia Probe
Mueller Details $3M Spent On Early Months Of Russia Probe

But that report, based on a single anonymous source, was called into question nearly immediately by a Fox News report quoting another anonymous source near Mueller , who said there was no subpoena from Mueller's office to Deutsche Bank.

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  • Democrat plans to force impeachment vote against Trump this week
Democrat plans to force impeachment vote against Trump this week

A longshot bid to impeach President Trump failed on Wednesday. It remains highly unlikely that the majority of House representatives will vote to impeach Trump, as it would be necessary for the motion to be passed onto the Senate for a two-thirds vote.

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  • Slain ex-Yemeni President Saleh buried without solemnities
Slain ex-Yemeni President Saleh buried without solemnities

Saleh, who ruled Yemen with an iron fist for three decades until 2012, had joined forces with the Shiite Huthi rebels three years ago when they took control of large parts of the Arabian Peninsula country including the capital Sanaa . They closed the ports last month after the Houthis fired a ballistic missile toward an airport in the Saudi capita...

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  • Warrant for Carles Puigdemont, Catalan Separatist, Is Dropped
Warrant for Carles Puigdemont, Catalan Separatist, Is Dropped

But Puigdemont's Belgian lawyer, Paul Bekaert, said that the Catalan separatist leader wasn't planning an immediate return. Extradition through the European arrest warrant in most cases requires "double criminality", meaning the crimes must exist in the statutes of both countries."He said the crime was "perpetrated in concert by all those under inv...

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  • Does Trump Have It Out for Mitt Romney?
Does Trump Have It Out for Mitt Romney?

But according to Politico , the president has launched a one-man campaign to urge Hatch to run for re-election, which has been widely read as a slight to his former political foe, Mitt Romney . Asked if he was going seek re-election, Hatch told reporters: "We'll have to see". Trump demurred on Monday when asked whether he was trying to send Rom...

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  • Winter Weather Advisory issued for parts of northwestern Colorado
Winter Weather Advisory issued for parts of northwestern Colorado

A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for parts of north-northwestern Colorado from 7 p.m. Sunday to noon Monday, the National Weather Service says. Total snow accumulations of 12 to 24 inches are possible in the most persistent snow bands in Batavia and Genesee County. WHERE.Portions of central and west central Minnesota.

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  • Hundreds evacuated after massive brush-fire burns through parts of California
Hundreds evacuated after massive brush-fire burns through parts of California

CBS News producer Sean Gallitz said he could see an nearly unbroken fire line burning ferociously along the top of the hill side from nearly 20 miles away from on the 101 freeway. At least two structures have already burned and power outages have been reported across the county. But the Santa Ana winds could persist into Friday or Saturday, whi...

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  • Houthi rebels 'in control' of Yemen capital, Saleh forces say claims false
Houthi rebels 'in control' of Yemen capital, Saleh forces say claims false

Saleh's death was announced by the Houthis rebels who have been fighting Saleh's forces for the past week. Impoverished Yemen has remained in a state of civil war since 2014, when Houthi rebels overran much of the country, including the capital Sana'a.

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  • IOC suspends Russian Federation from the PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games
IOC suspends Russian Federation from the PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games

To invite individual Russian athletes under strict conditions (see below) to the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018. The IAAF Council unanimously votes to extend the ban on the Russian athletics federation, but offers an Olympic lifeline to athletes training outside the Russian system to compete in Rio as neutrals.

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  • Justices reject Houston appeal over benefits for gay spouses
Justices reject Houston appeal over benefits for gay spouses

S. Supreme Court", said Saenz, president of Texas Values, according to the American-Statesman. As the link to Equality Case Files notes, it's possible they simply denied review because the case was remanded back to the lower courts so that it could reach the other courts again eventually.

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  • Max hospital row: Two doctors who declared premature baby dead terminated
Max hospital row: Two doctors who declared premature baby dead terminated

Doctors have told parents that he did not survive after his twin brother was declared dead at birth. "While the inquiry by the expert group which includes external experts from IMA is still in process, we have chose to terminate the services of the two treating doctors, Dr AP Mehta and Dr Vishal Gupta, in the case relating to the twin extreme pr...

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  • Barack Obama Has More Twitter Followers Than Trump And He Knows It
Barack Obama Has More Twitter Followers Than Trump And He Knows It

Former President Obama called for more women to be elected to office "because men seem to be having some problems these days , " French news agency AFP reported ". He said he sees people getting in trouble for their tweets, and says they should follow the old advice of thinking before you speak: "Think before you tweet", Obama said.

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  • Time announces Person of the Year finalists, including Trump
Time announces Person of the Year finalists, including Trump

His silent protest has morphed into a commentary by many across the country against President Trump. The tradition began in 1927 and Time has been acknowledging the person or group of people who has had the most influence on current news each year ever since.

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  • China launches of Chabahar port, hopes for regional peace, stability
China launches of Chabahar port, hopes for regional peace, stability

The ministers at the inauguration also commended the shipment of the first cargo through Chabahar , from India to Afghanistan, which comprised 110,000 tons of wheat. Islamabad, however, sees in this an attempt by India to use Afghanistan to destabilise Pakistan. In fact, the feeling in Afghanistan is that they would no longer need to depend on P...

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  • Russia pours scorn on US' call to cut ties with North Korea
Russia pours scorn on US' call to cut ties with North Korea

We have repeatedly stated that the pressure of sanctions has been exhausted. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has accused the United States of seeking to provoke North Korea into stepping up its nuclear missile program. Haley's remarks followed Pyongyang's latest ballistic missile test. A group of Russian MPs, who visited Pyongyang earlie...

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  • Prince Harry & Meghan Markle The Royal Shake-up
Prince Harry & Meghan Markle The Royal Shake-up

The soon-to-be husband and wife will go on to watch a "hip hopera" at Nottingham Academy, where they will continue to meet with students. According to Hello, it's rare that we see members of the Royal Family engage in public displays of affection at official events, as they are working as representatives of the monarchy .

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  • Former NSA worker pleads guilty to snatching classified docs
Former NSA worker pleads guilty to snatching classified docs

Authorities found classified documents throughout his home, according to court documents , which Pho took from work between 2010 and 2015. Pho, who was born in Vietnam and is a naturalized US citizen, is free pending his sentencing, which is set for April 6, Bonsib said.

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  • 2017 supermoon rises this weekend
2017 supermoon rises this weekend

Supermoons typically appear about 30 percent brighter than the usual moon. Unusual astronomical phenomenon called the Supermoon , or perigee moon.The orbit of the moon around the Earth in form is not a ideal circle, and a few stretches. The Dec. 3. supermoon will become completely full at 7:47 a.m. PST, according to Space.com. The Moon will lo...

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  • Pope urges 'decisive measures' on Rohingya refugees
Pope urges 'decisive measures' on Rohingya refugees

He also said "let's not turn away" from it. The violence escalated late August, when the military responded to an attack by Rohingya militants with a heavy crackdown. Some 4,000 police and security forces were deployed for the mass in the mainly Muslim country, which has suffered a number of attacks on religious minorities by Islamist extremists in...

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  • Missing Florida teen found in NY
Missing Florida teen found in NY

They were first seen in a gas station in Saint George, South Carolina. Caitlyn, a student at Fort White High School, was last seen at her Lake City, Fla ., home Saturday before taking off with Rodriguez, authorities believe. "Although she's 17 years old, she's still unable to consent by law". "We love you and we miss you, and we're waiting her...

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