• Mike Pence Backs Up Trump: 'I Stand By The President'
Mike Pence Backs Up Trump: 'I Stand By The President'

Trump's claim Tuesday that " both sides " of a clash between neo-Nazis and leftist counter-protesters bear responsibility for the resulting violence has put him on his back foot. KEITH: He has. He's had to. The coalition rejected "the use of force or threats of applying the same in Venezuela on the part of any country" but its statement did not d...

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  • Trump Says He Will Be Reaching Out to Mother of Charlottesville Victim
Trump Says He Will Be Reaching Out to Mother of Charlottesville Victim

Heyer's mother, Susan Bro, said she's been sent "pages and pages" of notes from well wishers, wanting to know what they can do to help. I think that's what the Lord would want us to do. I'm proud that what she was doing was peaceful. "All I remember is Heather's passion", he said . "I'd rather have my child, but if I have to give my child up, w...

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  • Funeral of Heather Heyer, who died in Charlottesville attack
Funeral of Heather Heyer, who died in Charlottesville attack

One protestor, Heather Heyer , lost her life in the violence after a auto sped into the crowd. "I think that's what the Lord wants us to do". So here's what I want to happen. "She believed very strongly in speaking up for the rights of others". Trump was slammed over the weekend for not immediately condemning white nationalists or white supr...

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  • Dolly Parton to release first children's album
Dolly Parton to release first children's album

It's been 20 years since the Imagination Library was launched. According to the Tennessean , the album - " I Believe In You " will be available for digital download on September 29 and in stores worldwide on October 13. There is also a bonus track of Parton reading aloud the book version of " Coat of Many Colors ". Playing more to a few do...

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  • Former Presidents Bush 41 and Bush 43 condemn bigotry following Charlottesville
Former Presidents Bush 41 and Bush 43 condemn bigotry following Charlottesville

Trump sparked a political firestorm on Tuesday when he said counter-protesters appeared to be equally to blame for violence over the weekend at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia . I, along with many others, do not endorse this moral equivalency. Celebrities and public figures took to Twitter to urge other Republicans and f...

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  • U.S. names Hizbul Mujahideen as 'terrorist' group
U.S. names Hizbul Mujahideen as 'terrorist' group

It is also the only major terror outfit in the Kashmir valley that focuses on recruiting local youth to its ranks who are projected as "freedom fighters". In July 2016, the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen leader Burwan Wani sparked months of anti-India protests in which scores of people died. Both India and Pakistan claim Kashmir as a whole.

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  • Two hurt in Charlottesville attack file lawsuit against Fields, Kessler, others
Two hurt in Charlottesville attack file lawsuit against Fields, Kessler, others

Two Virginia sisters wounded in the Charlottesville vehicle attack filed a $3 million lawsuit Tuesday against the Nazi-sympathizing motorist and several alt-right leaders. In a Facebook post soon after the incident, Micah wrote: 'At a lost for words. physically, my sister and I are ok but mentally I can't seem to fathom what I experienced and saw...

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  • North Korea still needs time to flawless re-entry technology: Seoul
North Korea still needs time to flawless re-entry technology: Seoul

The missile plans were previously announced, and Kim said North Korea would conduct the launches if the "Yankees persist in their extremely unsafe reckless actions on the Korean Peninsula and its vicinity" and that the United States should "think reasonably and judge properly" to avoid shaming itself, the news agency said.

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  • Solheim Cup captains Sorenstam, Inkster look to move past ugly 2015 controversy
Solheim Cup captains Sorenstam, Inkster look to move past ugly 2015 controversy

European Solheim Cup Captain Annika Sörenstam announced today that Catriona Matthew will replace the injured Suzann Pettersen at The 2017 Solheim Cup, being conducted this week at Des Moines Golf & Country Club in West Des Moines, Iowa.

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  • Senator Mitch McConnell condemns white supremacists' plan to protest in Lexington
Senator Mitch McConnell condemns white supremacists' plan to protest in Lexington

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell didn't say a word about Trump's initial " many sides" tweet following the violence that erupted in Charlottesville. The Bushes also didn't address President Trump's comments in their statement . The McConnell camp has leaked that the Senator is "deeply concerned" about President Trump's remarks.

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  • Congratulate your child/ grandchild/ sibling/ friend on A Level results day 2017!
Congratulate your child/ grandchild/ sibling/ friend on A Level results day 2017!

You will need a list of your new A Level results; GCSE results; additional qualifications (eg diplomas, certificates, music qualifications); UCAS PiD and Clearing number. Familiarise yourself with the Clearing process. If you feel like your firm choice is flawless for you, go with your gut instinct! Some students will pass, others will fail - but t...

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  • Hudson's Bay Company Removes Jefferson Davis Plaque
Hudson's Bay Company Removes Jefferson Davis Plaque

The deadly weekend violence in Charlottesville, Virginia has renewed the push to remove the Jefferson Davis statue from state Capitol rotunda. The plaque has hung on the wall since 1957 and was donated by the United Daughters of the Confederacy, a USA organization dedicated to preserving American Confederate history.

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  • Scottish parliament says 'brute-force' cyber-attack ongoing, has not breached defences
Scottish parliament says 'brute-force' cyber-attack ongoing, has not breached defences

Britain's last major cyber attack was the "WannaCry" ransomware attack, which infected hundreds of thousands of computers in May and caused disruptions in more than 150 countries. In his email message, which was reported by the BBC , Mr Grice said that new password management and security services would soon come in place around Holyrood, and th...

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  • Donald Trump 'under pressure to eject nationalist advisers from the White House'
Donald Trump 'under pressure to eject nationalist advisers from the White House'

Bannon, the former chief executive of Breitbart News , has been blamed for Trump's failure to condemn white nationalists, neo-Nazis, and similar hate groups immediately after the outbreak of violence in Charlottesville . "Can you and Steve Bannon still work together in this White House or not?" To pretend to denounce racist rhetoric and dispel ...

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  • South Africa debates immunity for Zimbabwe first lady
South Africa debates immunity for Zimbabwe first lady

Gabriella Engels said she was attacked while waiting to meet up with Chatunga, one of Mugabe's two adult sons, in the hotel in Johannesburg . However, given the potential for diplomatic fallout, South African prosecutors could yet decide not to prosecute if they thought the injuries were not too severe, he added.

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  • French leader urges calm in North Korea crisis
French leader urges calm in North Korea crisis

Donald Trump had been publicly prodding China for months to use its influence on Pyongyang, but this week the USA president pointed his verbal salvos directly at North Korea , warning of " fire and fury " if it endangered the United States .

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  • Men's Basketball: Gophers announce non-conference schedule
Men's Basketball: Gophers announce non-conference schedule

The conference season will resume on January 2, and conclude on Sunday, Feb. 25. The Big Ten schedule gets underway with all 14 teams playing one conference home and road game between December 1 and December 5. UW closes the regular season with four of its final five games at home, but it's by no means a cakewalk to the finish line. Eleven oppo...

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  • KGNS getting ready to Clear the Shelters!
KGNS getting ready to Clear the Shelters!

The waived fees are made possible by the Jonard family who is sponsoring the event. Nate's will be making all its dogs and cats older than six months available for adoption. 20 as well. NBC10 is getting ready to Clear the Shelters in hopes of pets finding their forever homes. The Humane Society of the Flint Hills is a not-for-profit organizat...

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  • Commonwealth hails release of Zambia's main opposition leader
Commonwealth hails release of Zambia's main opposition leader

A "nolle prosequi" application is an entry in the court record to the effect that the plaintiff or prosecutor will not proceed. Sources say the charges against Mr Hichilema and five aides were dropped after a deal was negotiated by the Commonwealth.

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  • Neo-Nazi Christopher Cantwell cries like a baby at prospect of being arrested
Neo-Nazi Christopher Cantwell cries like a baby at prospect of being arrested

The protests began at 10 pm on Friday, 11 August, with demonstrators holding tiki torches and chanting slogans like " Jews will not replace us ", "Blood and Soil", "White Lives Matter", making their way through the University of Virginia campus.

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