• A Democratic candidate isn’t sorry she once burned the Georgia flag
A Democratic candidate isn’t sorry she once burned the Georgia flag

Abrams , who would be the first African-American female governor in the USA, participated in a protest that included flag-burning at the steps of the Georgia Capitol while she was in college in Georgia, according to a report in the New York Times on Monday .

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  • Donald Trump says U.S. will build up its nuclear arsenal
Donald Trump says U.S. will build up its nuclear arsenal

Welcome to the high church of arms control in which treaties are sacrosanct no matter the violation. Indeed, Russian officials met Trump's announcement of his intention to withdraw the U.S. "The INF is something that matters more to USA allies in Europe than it does to the USA, since they are the ones in range of INF weapons", Bell told CNN.

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  • 30 people hurt after floor collapse in Clemson
30 people hurt after floor collapse in Clemson

I stood up, and everyone was trying to climb out. People were under other people. "I got five stitches on my leg from a slash, a real bad cut after people grabbed me and jumped over the ones in there", he said. The injured people were transported to area hospitals by Clemson University EMS, Pickens County EMS and Med Shore Emergency Services. "...

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  • Saudi official says Khashoggi's body given to 'local cooperator' inside rug
Saudi official says Khashoggi's body given to 'local cooperator' inside rug

Global outrage over Khashoggi's October 2 slaying at the hands of Saudi officials, under still-disputed circumstances, has marked the greatest crisis in the 33-year-old's rapid rise, already tarnished by a catastrophic war in Yemen and a sweeping roundup of Saudi businessmen and activists.

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  • Saudi king removes top officials as probe shows Khashoggi died
Saudi king removes top officials as probe shows Khashoggi died

The announcements in Saudi state media came more than two weeks after Khashoggi, 59, entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul for paperwork required to marry his Turkish fiancé, and never came out. A United States government source said USA intelligence agencies are increasingly convinced of Prince Mohammed's culpability in the operation against K...

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  • Paul Manafort Appears In Wheelchair At Court Hearing For Sentencing Date
Paul Manafort Appears In Wheelchair At Court Hearing For Sentencing Date

The hearing in federal court in Alexandria was largely procedural, but provided the first glimpse of the former Trump campaign chairman since he began cooperating with prosecutors in special counsel Robert Mueller's office. Prosecutors accused him of hiding from USA tax authorities $16 million United States he earned as a political consultant for...

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  • Sammy Wilson: Theresa May 'must be mad' to have agreed Brexit delay
Sammy Wilson: Theresa May 'must be mad' to have agreed Brexit delay

The Prime Minister was due to address leaders of the 27 remaining EU states before they discuss Brexit in her absence at the European Council on Wednesday evening. Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite said: "We took our steps". He also described the internal politics of the British Government as "difficult", adding that Prime Minister Theres...

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  • Dozens feared dead as train runs over crowd in India
Dozens feared dead as train runs over crowd in India

A large number of people were watching a huge Ravan effigy in flames while standing on the tracks at a railway crossing at Jora Phatak when the train on way from Pathankot to Amritsar mowed them down, triggering anger and outrage. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the tragedy is "heart-wrenching". President Ram Nath Kovind has expressed sock at...

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  • New York’s Cuomo blasts Trump, Republicans in protest clash
New York’s Cuomo blasts Trump, Republicans in protest clash

Andrew Cuomo on Monday continued to blast Republicans for an event over the weekend featuring the founder of the "western chauvinist" group The Proud Boys , comparing it to playing with political fire. Gavin McInnes speaks during an event called "March Against Sharia" in New York , June 10, 2017. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio called f...

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  • Trump Praises Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte for Body-Slamming Reporter Last May
Trump Praises Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte for Body-Slamming Reporter Last May

Greg Gianforte of Montana for body slamming a reporter during his campaign last May, saying at a campaign rally on Thursday that Gianforte is "my guy". He was ordered to pay $385 (£304), complete 40 hours of community service and 20 hours of anger management counselling. "The president of the United States tonight applauded the assault on an...

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation joins search to find Wisconsin teen who disappeared after parents' murders
Federal Bureau of Investigation joins search to find Wisconsin teen who disappeared after parents' murders

On Thursday, 100 volunteers helped law enforcement comb through fields in Barron, Wisconsin , which is about 90 miles northeast of the Twin Cities. A 911 call to the Sheriff's Office shortly before 1 a.m. "I'm going thru our family pictures, worrying sick about you wishing we could trade places just to get you home and out of harms way", Seara C...

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  • COAS condemns terrorist attack in Afghanistan’s Kandahar
COAS condemns terrorist attack in Afghanistan’s Kandahar

NATO's Resolute Support mission confirmed that an incident had occurred at Kandahar Palace, on the governor's compound. There are also reports that the region's provincial governor, Zalmay Wesa, has died of wounds suffered in the attack; Dastageri would neither confirm nor deny those reports to NPR.

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  • Pelosi Slams Border Wall, Calls It Trump's 'Manhood Issue'
Pelosi Slams Border Wall, Calls It Trump's 'Manhood Issue'

Women say the episode draws them toward Democrats over Republicans by a 16-point margin, while men are more evenly split. Amy Kremer , co-founder of the group Women for Trump, is anxious - Republicans aren't safe. Describing the current climate as a "scary time ", Kremer noted that "there's a list of things going on", before mentioning th...

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  • American Pilot Dead in Ukrainian Military Plane Crash
American Pilot Dead in Ukrainian Military Plane Crash

Nehring was sent to Ukraine as part of the Clear Sky 2018 training exercise, the guard said . Military authorities said the bodies of the two airmen had been recovered. Exercise Clear Sky 2018 is a joint and multinational exercise that involves approximately 950 personnel from nine nations, including Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, the Netherlands, P...

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  • Student gunman kills 18 in attack on Crimea college, Russian Federation says
Student gunman kills 18 in attack on Crimea college, Russian Federation says

It said in a statement that there were around 50 people wounded in the attack. Anastasia Yenshina, a 15-year-old student at the college, said she was in the bathroom when the ground shook from an explosion. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said President Vladimir Putin had been informed of the "tragic news" from Kerch and that he "expresses deep...

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  • Australia Could be the Next Country to Move Its Embassy to Jerusalem
Australia Could be the Next Country to Move Its Embassy to Jerusalem

That is because the Indonesia President has been a supporter of free trade talks that were expected to culminate in a signed agreement some time in November. "I have made this decision without any reference to the United States". The Sydney Morning Herald newspaper described his apparent change of heart as "unprincipled and craven".

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  • Hurricane Michael: Dozens still missing on Florida coast
Hurricane Michael: Dozens still missing on Florida coast

As the countless number of volunteers continue to stream in to help in the recovery, Jessen is finding strength in her faith as she begins to pick up the pieces. Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Brock Long, left, and Florida Gov. Rick Scott talk with the media in Mexico Beach, Fla ., Sunday, Oct.

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  • Judge dismisses Stormy Daniels' defamation case against Trump
Judge dismisses Stormy Daniels' defamation case against Trump

Clifford had filed the suit after Trump dismissed her allegations that she was threatened to not talk about her affair with the United States president, and called it a "total con job" . He said he had paid them at Trump's request. Add Donald Trump as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Donald Trump news, video, and analysis from A...

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  • Obama’s Former Campaign Manager is Pretty Ticked About Warren’s DNA Stunt
Obama’s Former Campaign Manager is Pretty Ticked About Warren’s DNA Stunt

President Donald Trump lashed out at Sen. Trump gleefully incorporated the statement into his tweets at the MA senator, saying on Tuesday: "Now Cherokee Nation denies her, 'DNA test is useless.' Even they don't want her. But Warren also said she didn't approve the school using her background to talk about minority status and that she didn't re...

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  • WWE under pressure to cancel Saudi Arabia show over missing journalist
WWE under pressure to cancel Saudi Arabia show over missing journalist

WWE has remained tight-lipped on the entire issue, offering a brief statement last week claiming to be "monitoring the situation", however, as of this writing, the plan remains for WWE to hold its Crown Jewel event in Riyadh on November 2nd.

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  • Nine climbers missing on Nepal's Mount Gurja after storm hits camp
Nine climbers missing on Nepal's Mount Gurja after storm hits camp

Nepali climbing guide Lakma Sherpa, who was assisting another Korean climber, said they were forced to return after the 77-year-old climber fell ill three hours before reaching the base camp on Thursday. Jeong Joon-mo, a director of the Corean Alpine Club and four Nepali guides joined the team in Nepal. A sixth South Korean national was staying i...

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  • 'Zombie' Hurricane Leslie bears down on Portugal, Spain
'Zombie' Hurricane Leslie bears down on Portugal, Spain

A tropical storm warning is in effect for Madeira Island and forecasters say portions of Portugal will experience near hurricane-force winds. Hurricane Leslie was downgraded to a tropical storm and by Sunday morning most of the powerful winds and heave rains had subsided.

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  • Columbus ends tradition of celebrating Columbus Day - Newswatch
Columbus ends tradition of celebrating Columbus Day - Newswatch

The mayor pointed out that Columbus Day is a federal holiday, and the city does not technically recognize it. All PennDOT Driver License and Photo Centers will be closed statewide- including the center in Butler. Williams said he understands why some people do not like celebrating Columbus Day anymore and thinks it may no longer be a national ...

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  • Pentagon Grounds F-35 Fleet After Crash
Pentagon Grounds F-35 Fleet After Crash

If known properly functioning fuel tubes are already installed, those aircraft would be returned to flight status. In a statement, F-35 programme spokesman Joe DellaVedova said the checks should be complete by the end of the week, adding: "If suspect fuel tubes are installed, the part will be removed and replaced".

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  • Status Orange weather warning for Galway extended into Friday evening
Status Orange weather warning for Galway extended into Friday evening

Due to poor road conditions the Belfast Glider service may also be affected. There will also be heavy and persistent rain across a swathe of Britain leading to flooding and further disruption. "There is also a risk that the high winds associated with Storm Callum, combined with high tides, may lead to some coastal impacts due to large waves".

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