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ET Saturday. The highest snowfall totals were expected in Vermont, New Hampshire and ME, which could see up to 18 inches (46) centimeters. A massive winter storm has brought up to 10 inches of snow to some parts of the Midwest and is expected to hit the Northeast on Sunday.
  • Pence makes surprise visit at March for Life rally

    Pence makes surprise visit at March for Life rally

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    Trump also said that he had just sent a letter to members of Congress reiterating his veto threat on legislation weakening abortion restrictions. Here is what we saw at this year's march. "Listen to the truth and know that He who said, "Before I formed you in the womb, I knew you" also said, "I will never leave you or forsake you" as you stand for His creation, as you stand for the right to life", Pence said.
  • Native Americans mocked by teens in MAGA hats at Lincoln Memorial

    Native Americans mocked by teens in MAGA hats at Lincoln Memorial

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    In an interview Saturday, Phillips, 64, said he felt threatened by the teens and that they suddenly swarmed around him as he and other activists were wrapping up the march and preparing to leave. In a statement , the Indigenous Peoples Movement, which organized Friday's march, called the incident "emblematic of our discourse in Trump's America".
  • Nearly 400 arrested after digging holes to cross border into US

    Nearly 400 arrested after digging holes to cross border into US

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    The group, which included many juveniles, surrendered to authorities for processing and most requested immediate medical care. It was the largest single group of asylum seekers ever to cross into the U.S. She became ill on a bus ride to the nearest Border Patrol station and died at a Texas hospital. So far in fiscal year 2019, now spanning October and November, agents on the southwest border have apprehended a total of 102,857 undocumented persons between ports of entry, 48,287 of which were ...
  • Murdered Kosovo Serb politican remembered, one year after drive-by shooting

    Murdered Kosovo Serb politican remembered, one year after drive-by shooting

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    Russian Federation has supported the Serbian government's efforts to deny Kosovo admission to worldwide organizations, while Serbia in return has refused to join Western sanctions against Russian Federation for the annexation of Crimea. The parade, whose participants come from across Serbia, will culminate at the massive Saint Sava church, one of Orthodox Christianity's largest houses of worship.
  • 'It's about more than Trump': why the Women's March are marching on

    'It's about more than Trump': why the Women's March are marching on

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    The controversy largely surrounds Women's March co-founder Tamika Mallory , who attended the Nation of Islam's annual Saviour's Day event previous year where co-founder Louis Farrakhan called Jewish people "the mother and father of apartheid", said that "the Jews have control over.agencies of government", and claimed that they make black men homosexual by giving them marijuana.
  • Giuliani 'never said no collusion' between Trump campaign & Russia

    Giuliani 'never said no collusion' between Trump campaign & Russia

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    Said New York Times reporter Astead Herndon to CNN's John Berman: "Everyone under [Trump's] level can now be considered fair game, if we're talking about the political signaling". FILE - This courtroom sketch depicts former Donald Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort (C) and his defense lawyer Richard Westling (L) before U.S.
  • Los Angeles mayor offers to mediate talks to end teachers strike

    Los Angeles mayor offers to mediate talks to end teachers strike

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    Thirty years later, the Soviet Union is gone, along with Bush Sr. and Pan Am, and a flight to Europe is a steal at anything under $400. - Teachers of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), the second largest public school district in the United States, are striking for smaller class size, better school funding and higher teacher pay.
  • Pentagon IDs Troops, DIA Employee Killed in Syria Blast

    Pentagon IDs Troops, DIA Employee Killed in Syria Blast

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    The fourth victim of the explosion is an unnamed contractor, according to US Central Command. A fourth US casualty was a military contractor and has not yet been identified in the attack that is said to have killed 15 people. The troops were to meet members of the Manbij Military Council at the restaurant when the attack occurred, a witness told Reuters news agency. But to officials and analysts who have been studying the collapse of the self-declared caliphate, the attack, while brutal, ...
  • Facebook advertising profiles are a mystery to most users, survey says

    Facebook advertising profiles are a mystery to most users, survey says

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    As part of its "transparency" narrative, however, Facebook allows users to view at least some of how it classifies them-based on engagement with content on the site-via the "Your ad preferences" page . You can check your own and see what race Facebook advertisers think you are by using the steps above. "About three-quarters of those who feel the listings for them are not very or not at all accurate (78%) say they are uncomfortable with lists being created about them, compared with 48% of ...
  • Insurers send no-deal Brexit warning to motorists

    Insurers send no-deal Brexit warning to motorists

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    For countries that require separate trailer insurance, a separate Green Card may be required for the trailer. Yes. If you attempt to drive without a Green Card in the South of Ireland in a "no deal" scenario you could be accused of driving without insurance which could result in a fine, vehicle seizure and prosecution.
  • North Korea Still an ‘Extraordinary Threat’: Pentagon

    North Korea Still an ‘Extraordinary Threat’: Pentagon

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    Kim Yong Chol , the North Korean envoy, landed in Washington on Thursday evening and spent the night there. Trump met for an hour and a half with North Korean envoy Kim Yong Chol on Friday afternoon to discuss denuclearization and the second summit, according to the White House.
  • US Soldiers Killed in IS-Claimed Syria Blast

    US Soldiers Killed in IS-Claimed Syria Blast

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    Other sources said that only two had been killed. According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group, at least 15 people were killed in the rare attack in Manbij. Unnamed U.S. officials had previously said four U.S. soldiers had been killed in the attack, with another three wounded. Wednesday's attack took place at a restaurant near Manbij's main market.
  • Trump Grounds All Congressional Air Travel on Gov't Planes Amid Shutdown Spat

    Trump Grounds All Congressional Air Travel on Gov't Planes Amid Shutdown Spat

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    On Tuesday, White House economic adviser Kevin Hassett acknowledged that the partial shutdown's economic effects are a "little bit worse" than the administration first thought. The session marked the second time in as many days the White House attempted to court moderate and deal-minded House Democrats . He said both Trump and Vice President Mike Pence "spent a lot of time " with the Democrats, calling the talks "very sensible discussions that involved listening and speaking".
  • Mueller Files Doc Outlining Paul Manafort's Russia Lies

    Mueller Files Doc Outlining Paul Manafort's Russia Lies

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    Rick Gates , a former Trump campaign official and longtime business associate of Paul Manafort , is still cooperating with special counsel Robert Mueller , suggesting Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling during the 2016 campaign is marching forward.
  • Senate Republicans break with Trump on Russian Federation sanctions

    Senate Republicans break with Trump on Russian Federation sanctions

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    They included Sens. Susan Collins of ME and Cory Gardner of Colorado - both up for re-election in 2020 - as well as hawkish Sens. Ahead of the vote, the top Democrat in the Senate, Chuck Schumer, urged the resolution's passage, saying: "This is not the moment to give up a source of leverage over the Russian government".
  • US House Approves Resolution to Block US Sanctions Relief for Russian Companies

    US House Approves Resolution to Block US Sanctions Relief for Russian Companies

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    By contrast, Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, voted against the measure and expressed relief that there weren't enough Republican defections to bring it to 60 votes. But now, Schumer said, "it seems that acquiescence to [President Donald Trump], a fear of breaking with the president, has held back too many of my Republican colleagues from supporting this resolution".
  • Pompeo’s North Korea counterpart arrives in Beijing

    Pompeo’s North Korea counterpart arrives in Beijing

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    Both Hanoi and the central Vietnam city of Danang have been viewed by analysts as possible locations for a second summit. A White House source told CNN "a lot of positive things are happening" and that Trump and Kim Jong Un have "established a good relationship".
  • Israeli student found dead in Melbourne

    Israeli student found dead in Melbourne

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    Victoria Police appealing to any passers-by who may have information about the murder of Aiia Maasarwe on Wednesday morning. They have released CCTV images of Aia which shows the clothing she was wearing that night, in the hope someone saw her on the night and can help police track her exact movements.
  • Divers’ incredible encounter with largest great white shark ever recorded

    Divers’ incredible encounter with largest great white shark ever recorded

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    Smaller tiger sharks left when the possibly pregnant great white came to dine on the dead whale Tuesday, diver Ocean Ramsey told the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. "She swam away escorted by two rough-toothed dolphins who danced around her over to one of my one ocean diving shark research vessels and proceeded to use it as a scratching post, passing up feeding for another need".