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While Mr Trump is prepared to claim victory if his party retains senate control, at least one prominent ally fears that losing even one chamber of congress could be disastrous. Before you pick a number for the House, I encourage you to take a hard look at the chart below Dave Wasserman of Cook Political Report. "He said if the Democrats lose the House but have more total votes than the Republicans in House races, then you better batten down your house and you better protect yourself ...
  • Police say 2 small planes crashed in Ottawa, no word on injuries

    Police say 2 small planes crashed in Ottawa, no word on injuries

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    A smaller aircraft has crashed in a field, killing the pilot, while the larger one was redirected for landing. The second plane, a turboprop Piper PA-42, was rerouted to Ottawa's global airport, where it landed safely, a Transport Canada spokesperson told AFP, adding that the incident was under investigation.
  • Trump vows to stop immigrant caravan from entering US

    Trump vows to stop immigrant caravan from entering US

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    Hecklers interrupted Obama repeatedly during a rally in Miami on Friday. "It's no surprise that (Democratic Sen.) Joe Donnelly is holding a rally this weekend with Barack H. "That's why I'm here", Trump said. "He's talking about how I should be nice to the fake news", Trump said. Earlier in the day, Trump had responded to Obama's barrage by mocking the former president over what he described as a "very small crowd" in Miami .
  • Sri Lanka president summons Parliament amid political crisis

    Sri Lanka president summons Parliament amid political crisis

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    To discuss this issue in more detail, Andrew Korybko is joined by Shenali Waduge , independent political analyst from Sri Lanka , and Jagath Perera , political activist from Colombo, Sri Lanka . He is credited with ending a 25-year civil war. Our final topic, picked by you, dear listeners, earlier in a poll on our Facebook page, is "Sri Lanka: A Pro-Chinese Constitutional Coup?", focusing on the latest drama in this Indian Ocean island nation.
  • Michael Cohen Claims Trump Made Several Racist Comments Before 2016

    Michael Cohen Claims Trump Made Several Racist Comments Before 2016

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    Taking a look at the neighborhood, according to Cohen , Trump said: "Only the blacks could live like this". Trump's former personal attorney claims that Trump once said: "Black people are too stupid to vote for me". "There's no way I can let this black f-g win", Cohen says Trump explained. During another conversation about the first season of The Apprentice , Cohen says Trump explained why he didn't pick Kwame Jackson, a black investment manager who had graduated from Harvard, as his ...
  • Mayor of Utah city killed in ‘insider attack’ in Afghanistan

    Mayor of Utah city killed in ‘insider attack’ in Afghanistan

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    Multiple sources have reported that one American service man was killed and a second wounded in what was characterized as an insider attack carried out by a member of the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces. In Facebook postings during this current deployment, Taylor lamented that he had to watch his youngest daughter take her first steps via Skype, and that he missed his 15th anniversary with his wife.
  • Video released of petite clubber choking out bouncer

    Video released of petite clubber choking out bouncer

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    The Plattsburgh Police Department posted the video Thursday showing 22-year-old Kierah Lagrav attacking the bouncer from behind at Five1Eight Nightclub on October 20. The 125-pound reveler managed to choke the club bouncer unconscious. When police interviewed Lagrave, she indicated that she'd initiated the attack because the individual had grabbed her butt while she was at the bar with a friend.
  • Order to kill Jamal Khashoggi came 'from the very top'

    Order to kill Jamal Khashoggi came 'from the very top'

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    The crown prince, who has denied any involvement in Khashoggi's disappearance, reportedly described the journalist as a unsafe Islamist shortly after he vanished in a phone call with White House adviser Jared Kushner and national security adviser John Bolton.
  • Nigeria's army cites Trump to justify shooting Shia protesters

    Nigeria's army cites Trump to justify shooting Shia protesters

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    On Friday, John Agim , a spokesman for the Nigerian army , said the posting of the video was a response to Amnesty International , which had criticized what it called the military's use of excessive force. So a stone is a weapon. The Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) claimed 49 of its members were killed after the army and police fired live bullets at crowds who marched near and in the capital, Abuja.
  • Man-eating tiger shot dead in India after massive hunt

    Man-eating tiger shot dead in India after massive hunt

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    The 6-year-old mother of two cubs is believed to have had 13 victims, most of whom were male herders. For almost three months, equipped with the latest technology, 150 ground personnel, elephants and so-called expert trackers and shooters were on a quest to find Avni .
  • Denmark says consulting allies over possible Iran sanctions

    Denmark says consulting allies over possible Iran sanctions

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    The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Denmark summoned the Iranian Ambassador in Copenhagen . STOCKHOLM-An alleged murder plot in Denmark involving Iranian intelligence agents has put a strain on Iran's relations with the Nordic country-and possibly the whole European Union.
  • The Government Has Caved To Pressure And Will Get Children Off Nauru

    The Government Has Caved To Pressure And Will Get Children Off Nauru

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    The Asylum Seeker Resource Center urged the government to "transfer all 38 children and their families to Australia immediately for proper medical care to save lives". Of the 135, just 49 were moved by the government without legal intervention by advocates or lawyers representing the asylum seekers. But after more than a year of screening, only 439 have found new homes in the U.S.
  • Trump Tries To Revive Doubt Over Kavanaugh Claims After Little-Known Accuser Recants

    Trump Tries To Revive Doubt Over Kavanaugh Claims After Little-Known Accuser Recants

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    Kamala Harris, D-Calif., accusing Brett Kavanaugh of raping her now admits she engaged in a "ploy" against the then-Supreme Court nominee. Committee investigators tracked her down and found she lives in Kentucky, not California. In order to investigate her sexual-assault claims, Committee investigators first attempted to reach her by phone on October 3, 2018, but were unsuccessful.
  • President-Elect of Brazil Plans to Close Palestinian Embassy

    President-Elect of Brazil Plans to Close Palestinian Embassy

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    Bolsonaro has often expressed admiration for Donald Trump and appears poised to follow the US president in a radical overhaul of his nation's foreign policy. He left the door open to reverse a proposal to merge the environmental and agricultural ministries after criticism from the current ministers and environmentalists.
  • Bonfire Night 2018: fireworks displays and events in the Lancaster area

    Bonfire Night 2018: fireworks displays and events in the Lancaster area

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    Kirkstall Bridge Inn holds its firework display and bonfire on Monday 5th November. The traditional theme proved a hit with families a year ago, which saw the Priory grounds bursting at the seams. Kimbolton Castle: Fireworks display with a funfair and plenty of food and drink, as well as live music. For more safety advice, visit CAPT website or the RoSPA website for guidance.
  • United States charges Chinese companies with stealing trade secrets

    United States charges Chinese companies with stealing trade secrets

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    And in October, the Justice Department for the first time succeeded in extraditing a Chinese intelligence officer, Yanjun Xu, to the United States to stand trial for conspiring and attempting to commit economic espionage and steal trade secrets from multiple US aviation and aerospace companies, including GE Aviation, a unit of General Electric.
  • Trump announced a trade agreement with China

    Trump announced a trade agreement with China

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    Trump told reporters before leaving the White House that the United States is "close to doing something" with China to ease the ongoing trade war between the two countries. The Department of Justice in recent weeks has indicted multiple Chinese firms for attempted intellectual property theft , and Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced an initiative to curtail Chinese economic espionage.
  • Portage County elections warning to absentee voters on ballot return

    Portage County elections warning to absentee voters on ballot return

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    According to the Hill , seventeen states are showing such an enormous surge in early voting that the votes already cast surpass the number of total votes in the last midterm election. McDonald of the University of Florida in Gainesville. Early voting is underway. Voters can cast ballots at county election board offices where they are registered from 8 a.m.
  • Lion Air crash mystery search in MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH as black box recovered

    Lion Air crash mystery search in MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH as black box recovered

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    Earlier today Indonesian officials said they had located a "ping" sound believed to be emitted by the black box. The crash renewed concerns about safety in Indonesia's fast-growing aviation industry. Lion Air confirmed the plane suffered a technical issue on Sunday, but stated the problems had been "resolved according to procedure". Relatives wait for the news of the forensics inspection at the Police Hospital, Jakarta, Indonesia .
  • 'I Didn't Say Shoot': Trump Doubles Down On Threat To Shoot Immigrants

    'I Didn't Say Shoot': Trump Doubles Down On Threat To Shoot Immigrants

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    In conservative circles there is a strong current of opinion that says the whole " migrant caravan " is a set-up by Soros and his minions and that Democrats are cynically hoping for some sort of election-changing incident in which some poor Central American is martyred at the hands of the American military that the Left despises anyway.
  • Whoops! Mike Pence's Hollywood Slam Backfires In 'The Hollywood Of The South'

    Whoops! Mike Pence's Hollywood Slam Backfires In 'The Hollywood Of The South'

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    Kemp is a staunch conservative who has embraced U.S. President Donald Trump and the administration's hard-line on immigration. "She's home!" Winfrey says in the video, standing at a door. Ms Winfrey blasted attacks on Ms Abrams that she says she saw in her hotel room - Republican ads casts Ms Abrams as "too extreme" and "radical" for Georgia - as "noise" that is "designed to confound you with fear".
  • Khashoggi's body cut into pieces and 'dissolved'

    Khashoggi's body cut into pieces and 'dissolved'

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    The renaming will take place at 1.14pm, the exact time that CCTV cameras recorded the journalist entering the consulate building in Istanbul and a mock " Khashoggi Street" sign which will be erected near the gates of the Saudi embassy.