• Trump vows to terminate birthright citizenship
Trump vows to terminate birthright citizenship

Vice President Mike Pence says potentially changing birthright citizenship is part of the Trump administration's broad look at US laws that draw people into the country illegally. "No matter how much he may want to appeal to the alt-right, President Trump can't alter the Constitution through executive order". Donald Trump has unveiled plans...

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  • Pakistan court frees Christian woman sentenced to death for blasphemy
Pakistan court frees Christian woman sentenced to death for blasphemy

He said: "The appeal is allowed". She has been acquitted. Several points on the Lahore-Islamabad Motorway, including the Babu Sabu, Faizpur, Sheikhupura and Kala Shah Kaku interchanges have been blocked by protesters demonstrating against the Supreme Court's verdict.

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  • The father of Meghan Markle intends to sue the Royal family
The father of Meghan Markle intends to sue the Royal family

It's been said that when Meghan and Harry welcome their child in the new year the separation will be due to happen. Prince Harry last year spoke out about his own struggles with mental health, telling the Daily Telegraph newspaper that he'd sought counselling after years of suppressing his emotions following the death of his mother Diana, the...

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  • Muslims raise over $50k for victims of Pittsburgh synagogue shooting
Muslims raise over $50k for victims of Pittsburgh synagogue shooting

Thousands of people jammed an intersection amid light rain for a vigil Saturday evening for the victims of a shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue earlier in the day. "Just because I do something differently than you doesn't make me an evil or bad person", said Edward Feldman. At least 11 lives were lost during the Saturday mass killing at The Tr...

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  • Voting starts in Afghanistan’s southern Kandahar amid tight security
Voting starts in Afghanistan’s southern Kandahar amid tight security

No security incidents were reported Saturday in Kandahar, according to Zabiullah Sadat, deputy spokesman for Afghan Independence Election Commission. An Afghan voter casts his ballot at a polling station during parliamentary elections in Kandahar city, capital of Kandahar province, Afghanistan , on October 27, 2018.

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  • Pittsburgh synagogue shooting: Oldest victim was 97
Pittsburgh synagogue shooting: Oldest victim was 97

Stephen Cohen, a co-president of one of the congregations that used the Tree of Life Synagogue, said leaders of the facility had conducted active shooter drills in the past, and considered themselves well-trained in how to handle security crises.

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  • Andrew Gillum on DeSantis: 'The racists believe he's a racist'
Andrew Gillum on DeSantis: 'The racists believe he's a racist'

Of course, that closing argument comes too late for many in a state with extensive early voting. He said he supported Trump's transfer of the us embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv and called attending May's opening ceremony "awesome". "We've got 99 issues and Hamilton ain't one of them". When he got the ticket he didn't know where his brother h...

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  • Michael Moore Shares Footage Of Pipe Bomb Suspect At Donald Trump Rally
Michael Moore Shares Footage Of Pipe Bomb Suspect At Donald Trump Rally

Recall that Sayoc was charged with sending 14 bombs to a former USA president, Barack Obama and Trump's political opponent, Hillary Clinton . Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton, former VP Joe Biden, former Attorney General Eric Holder, Rep.

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  • US defence chief: killing of writer is threat to stability
US defence chief: killing of writer is threat to stability

Khashoggi's killing has tainted the image of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman , who has positioned himself as a Saudi reformer, and tested ties between Washington and Riyadh as Western powers demand answers over his death. After the journalist disappeared, Saudi Arabia initially insisted Khashoggi had walked out of the consulate after visiting...

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  • Germany's Merkel prepares to give up party job
Germany's Merkel prepares to give up party job

BERLIN-Germany's governing parties lost significant support in a state election Sunday that was marked by discontent with infighting in Chancellor Angela Merkel's national government and prompted calls for her administration to get its act together quickly.

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  • Arrest in bomb scare file
Arrest in bomb scare file

One of the parcels found on Friday was addressed to Democratic Party senator Cory Booker in Florida, with the Federal Bureau of Investigation saying it was similar in appearance to the others that had been seized. Video: Authorities continue to investigate additional suspicious packages containing explosives that seem to target prominent libera...

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  • Saudi foreign minister says global outcry over Khashoggi hysterical
Saudi foreign minister says global outcry over Khashoggi hysterical

Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir has urged the world to keep an open mind. The Saudi foreign minister said that his country still saw the principles of the Beirut conference in 2002 that calls for Israel to withdraw from occupied Palestinian territory and allow a Palestinian state within 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as the capital as the pre-r...

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  • United Kingdom could seek extension to Brexit transition, says Theresa May
United Kingdom could seek extension to Brexit transition, says Theresa May

British Prime Minister Theresa May sought to scotch a growing rebellion against her Brexit plans Monday, saying a divorce deal with the European Union is 95 per cent complete and urging fellow lawmakers to "hold our nerve" during the hard last push in negotiations.

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  • Duchess Meghan praises New Zealand on women's voting victory
Duchess Meghan praises New Zealand on women's voting victory

They listened as participants spoke of their mental health struggles, before Prince Harry told them of his passion to break down the stigma around anxiety and depression. Aspiring fashion designer Alexandra Mackay, also 10, said: "I said, 'It's really nice to meet you", and then we gave her the brooch. The couple had returned to Sydney from ...

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  • China, Japan seek warmer ties against backdrop of US trade friction
China, Japan seek warmer ties against backdrop of US trade friction

The pacts were reached on Abe's three-day visit to Beijing as the two neighbours looked to carve out new areas of cooperation and seek ways to promote trust, which has been fragile at times since diplomatic relations resumed in 1972. The two countries agreed to discuss advanced technologies and issues related to patents and other intellectual prope...

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  • Police Arrest Man They Believe Is Connected To ‘MAGA Bomber’ Packages
Police Arrest Man They Believe Is Connected To ‘MAGA Bomber’ Packages

On Friday, two more packages containing explosive devices were found , NBC News reports. Cory Booker , Debbie Wasserman Schultz , and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper . Fiori said the arrested man did not resist and "had that look of, 'I'm done, I surrender"'. The return address on the packages listed the South Flo...

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  • On Illegals, Democrats Sounded Like Trump, But Were Counting Future Votes
On Illegals, Democrats Sounded Like Trump, But Were Counting Future Votes

President Donald Trump of the United States , has defended his controversial immigration policies today, warning that the USA could end up a "total mess" if it fails to defend its border and block the arrival of illegal immigrants. "So when you hear all this talk about economic miracles right now, remember who started it". "We'll prioritize, ju...

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  • Saudi crown prince breaks silence on 'heinous' Khashoggi killing
Saudi crown prince breaks silence on 'heinous' Khashoggi killing

A statement from Saudi Attorney General Saud al-Mojeb attributed the conclusion about a calculated killing, one of the initial findings of a joint Turkish-Saudi investigation, to information from Turkish counterparts. Striking a defiant tone, Prince Mohammed told global investors at a major conference in Riyadh that the furor over Khashoggi's kil...

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  • Migrants hit snags with Mexican immigration
Migrants hit snags with Mexican immigration

They are being joined by others from across Central America, creating a group estimated to be about 4,000 strong. There are no bathrooms there, and little donated food. Federal law prohibits American servicemembers from performing civilian law enforcement duties on USA soil outside of military installations. Meanwhile, the U.S.

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  • Florida Gubernatorial Candidates DeSantis, Gillum Trade Barbs
Florida Gubernatorial Candidates DeSantis, Gillum Trade Barbs

Democratic consultant Steve Schale, though, thinks Gillum is winning and the debate didn't hand DeSantis the game-changing moment he needed. In one of the most powerful moments of the night, Gillum confronted DeSantis, a former USA representative, over the bigoted tenor his campaign had taken on in the weeks since the Trump-backed Republican tol...

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  • Florida's culture clash pits Gillum against Trump voters
Florida's culture clash pits Gillum against Trump voters

Neither the activist base of the state's Democratic Party nor Trump-supporting Republicans, however, are numerous enough to win the governor's race . Seventeen people died at the hands of a gunman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on February 14th in Parkland, Fla. With early voting starting on Monday in Florida, the debate was the last ...

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  • Pentagon sends 800 troops to US-Mexico border as migrant caravan advances
Pentagon sends 800 troops to US-Mexico border as migrant caravan advances

Per the New York Times , the president is actually considering taking steps to block migrants and asylum seekers from comign into the country in the coming days. Many in the group are women and children believed to be seeking refuge from violence and economic hardship. In 2017, the US had 331,700 asylum claims, more than any country in the world...

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  • Already cast your absentee ballot for governor? What's a voter to do?
Already cast your absentee ballot for governor? What's a voter to do?

In 2018, the only states that don't allow for some kind of early voting are Alabama, Mississippi, South Carolina, Missouri, Kentucky, Virginia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island and New Hampshire. Arkansas election officials have not predicted how numerous state's almost 1.8 million registered voters will cast a ballot i...

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  • Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Visit University of the South Pacific in Fiji!
Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Visit University of the South Pacific in Fiji!

A Kensington Palace spokeswoman told The Associated Press that her visit was cut short due to crowd management issues. Wearing a floral pink and blue print with a garland of glorious tropical flowers, the Duchess of Sussex delivered an impassioned plea in Fiji about the importance of educating girls, her first speech this royal tour.

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  • Hallquist responds to potential change in national transgender policy
Hallquist responds to potential change in national transgender policy

In doing so, gender would be qualified as "unchangeable, and determined by the genitals that a person is born with", according to The Times . Jenna Ellis, Director of Public Policy with the James Dobson Family Institute, explains what this change means? Mason Dunn, executive director of the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition, said the...

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