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Al Sharpton and the National Action Network. Vice President Mike Pence is under fire for comparing Donald Trump to Martin Luther King Jr . on Sunday (January 20) during an interview on CBS' Face the Nation . Late last week Delta Airlines announced that it was contributing $83,500 to reopen all four historic sites in the city - including the visitor center, Dr.
  • Mexico pipeline blast kills 66 and injures dozens more

    Mexico pipeline blast kills 66 and injures dozens more

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    Hidalgo state Gov. Omar Fayad confirmed the updated body count in an interview with Mexico's ForoTV. At least 6 people are dead because of a ruptured gasoline pipeline explosion. Asked whether those hospitalised would be considered suspects, Attorney General Alejandro Gertz said investigators do not seek to "victimise the communities".
  • Sailors killed after two vessels catch fire off Crimea

    Sailors killed after two vessels catch fire off Crimea

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    Reports said some who jumped overboard suffered burn wounds and hypothermia. "A search-and-rescue operation is continuing", he added. It is believed the fire was sparked by the transfer of fuel from one vessel to another, even though this has not yet been confirmed, spokesperson Alexey Kravchenko added.
  • MLK Day 'Marade': Annual March And Parade Held In Denver

    MLK Day 'Marade': Annual March And Parade Held In Denver

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    Thousands of people are expected to attend the parade. King is perhaps best known for his I Have a Dream speech . Widely regarded as one of the greatest nonviolent leaders in history, King spearheaded the Civil Rights Movement from the mid-1950s until his assassination in 1968.
  • Dangerously Cold Air Arrives Thursday Night

    Dangerously Cold Air Arrives Thursday Night

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    A risky chill in the air with a Wind Chill Advisory until noon today for life threatening conditions as "feels like" temps have dropped down to -10 degrees F to -25 degrees as you head out the door on a Monday morning. Northwest winds of 20 to 30 miles per hour with gusts up to 50 miles per hour are forecast. A high of -18 with a wind chill of -44 in the morning and -25 in the afternoon is expected.
  • Lawyer: So what if they talked?

    Lawyer: So what if they talked?

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    Giuliani's suggestion to NBC that dialogue about the Trump Tower project could have stretched into the fall of 2016 extends the timeline well beyond what the president has publicly acknowledged. Cohen has since pleaded guilty to a series of crimes, including campaign finance violations, that he said were carried out at on behalf of Trump. MSNBC's Chris Matthews and Jonathan Capehart said Mueller's office didn't necessarily mean the thrust of the story wasn't true.
  • Devastating moment toddler raises hands in air as parents arrested

    Devastating moment toddler raises hands in air as parents arrested

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    Shocking footage has emerged of the moment a toddler walks out from a ute with her hands up as she walks towards armed officers with their guns raised. The video was later shared to social media and went viral, with hundreds of comments questioning the conduct of the police officers involved. In the body cam footage the man reportedly replies: 'No sir , ' the man replies.
  • Trump, North Korean leader to hold 2nd summit

    Trump, North Korean leader to hold 2nd summit

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    Mr Trump declared after the Singapore summit in June that the nuclear threat posed by North Korea was over. "We've agreed to meet sometime, probably the end of February". Washington has been keen to set up talks between Biegun and Choe but North Korea has resisted, apparently wanting to keep exchanges high-level. The latest flurry of diplomacy comes little more than a year after Trump was threatening to wipe North Korea off the map, with Pyongyang's nuclear and missile tests rattling ...
  • World's oldest man, 113, dies at his home in northern Japan

    World's oldest man, 113, dies at his home in northern Japan

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    According to Kyodo News , his family were shocked by his passing. He was presented with his Guiness World Record previous year at his home in Ashoro after the death of the then-oldest living man, Spaniard Francisco Nunez Olivera. The world's oldest man has died at his home in northern Japan at the age of 113. Japan has one of the world's highest life expectancies . Nonaka outlived all of his siblings as well as two of his five children.
  • We will not renegotiate Brexit backstop, EU27 members say

    We will not renegotiate Brexit backstop, EU27 members say

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    Ireland's Minister for Europe Helen McEntee indicated little scope for a significant softening in the government's position. "For the German government this border issue is - we are a country that also had a border running through it - one of special sensitivity and we will closely cooperate with our Irish colleagues", he said.
  • Democratic U.S. Senator Kamala Harris jumps into 2020 White House race

    Democratic U.S. Senator Kamala Harris jumps into 2020 White House race

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    Harris made it official Monday with a social media video that also introduced her campaign slogan: "For the people". "This is a moment in time when I feel a sense of responsibility to stand up and fight". Cory Booker during a Senate judiciary committee hearing previous year, is the second black woman to serve as a USA senator. Her team clearly sees her strongest potential for an early state victory in SC, where African-Americans made up 61 percent of the Democratic primary electorate in ...
  • Kamala Harris jumps into presidential race

    Kamala Harris jumps into presidential race

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    Day, and her campaign logo was inspired by Shirley Chisholm , the first black woman to run for president almost four decades ago. The theme of Harris' campaign will be "For the People", and she is expected to formally announce her candidacy in a speech on January 27 in Oakland, California.
  • Travel 'Strongly Discouraged' During Weekend Snow Storm

    Travel 'Strongly Discouraged' During Weekend Snow Storm

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    No injuries were reported on the United Airlines flight at O'Hare International Airport as it arrived Saturday morning from Phoenix, Chicago Fire officials said. Heavy snow is likely this evening. Conditions are expected to improve on Monday as the storm winds down. Travel will be affected through Sunday , with more than 2,000 flights involving domestic airports canceled, according to the flight-tracking site FlightAware.com .
  • Officials warn of unsafe cold, wind chills across Pennsylvania

    Officials warn of unsafe cold, wind chills across Pennsylvania

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    Monday, while the National Weather Service warned windchill temperatures could dip to -25 degrees overnight. These wind chills can cause frostbite on exposed skin in less than 30 minutes. A milder airmass is expected to move in by Tuesday, which will improve temperatures. Snow totals reached similar amounts in the most northern portions of the Northern Panhandle and climbed higher Sunday in some of the Eastern Mountain counties.
  • Special Counsel disputes Buzzfeed article on Michael Cohen

    Special Counsel disputes Buzzfeed article on Michael Cohen

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    On Fox News Channel, White House spokesman Hogan Gidley said that the BuzzFeed story was "absolutely ludicrous", but he repeatedly refused to deny the central allegation: that Trump directed Cohen to lie. sure looks like he's in hot water, too. All right, we're going to walk through this step by step with our White House correspondent Tamara Keith. Cohen, his left arm in a sling, did not comment as he entered his apartment building in NY on Friday.
  • Arab states call for return of Syria refugees

    Arab states call for return of Syria refugees

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    Qatar's ruler attended the summit, which has been marred by divisions over readmitting Syria to the Arab League . The economic summit, which has attracted numerous leaders in previous years, is a prelude to the actual Arab League summit taking place in Tunisia in March.
  • Democrats aren’t buying Trump’s shutdown-ending ‘compromise’

    Democrats aren’t buying Trump’s shutdown-ending ‘compromise’

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    President Trump's stand-off with Democrats in Congress over his demand for funding for a border wall with Mexico may be a domestic issue but it increasingly risks becoming a global problem. The program drew slim participation and was nixed - drawing serious criticism from Democrats, who said the president was forcing people to take the unsafe journey.
  • Theresa May Mulls Another

    Theresa May Mulls Another "Plan A" Idea That Won't Work - Mish Talk

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    Mrs May's government agreed a withdrawal deal with the European Union in November - covering topics such as the "divorce bill" and the Irish border - but it was rejected by MPs by a majority of 230 votes . On Sunday leading Brexiteer Liam Fox, the International Trade Secretary, accused pro-Remain MPs of trying to "hijack" the 2016 referendum vote. Britain could not unilaterally pull out of the backstop.
  • Kenyan police say attack on Chinese facilities is repelled

    Kenyan police say attack on Chinese facilities is repelled

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    Al Shabaab said it carried out Tuesaday's assault over U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital. The attackers stormed the hotel complex by opening fire and throwing grenades, killing 21 people, including one police officer.
  • Israel attacks Iranian military targets in Syria

    Israel attacks Iranian military targets in Syria

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    A video circulating online shows a fireball over Damascus and the sounds of explosions and gunfire in the area. Syrian military air defences thwarted an Israeli attack on Sunday, shooting down several missiles in the south of the country, state media said.
  • Prince Philip has not said sorry for auto crash, injured woman claims

    Prince Philip has not said sorry for auto crash, injured woman claims

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    British media on Saturday published a photograph showing the 97-year-old royal driving a new Land Rover near the royal residence at Sandringham in eastern England. Fairweather said she knew straight away that her wrist was broken but feels that reporting of the accident has downplayed her suffering by describing her injuries as minor.
  • Colombian ELN rebels behind Bogota car bomb attack that killed 21

    Colombian ELN rebels behind Bogota car bomb attack that killed 21

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    The explosion was so powerful that it shattered the windows of surrounding buildings, witnesses said. CNN affiliate Cablenoticias showed the area outside the police cadet school cordoned off by Colombia's National Police. 18, 2019. The worst of the war, which killed some 260,000 and left millions displaced, ended when the government reached a peace agreement with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) in 2016 .