• Trump administration ends immigration program protecting Central Americans from deportation
Trump administration ends immigration program protecting Central Americans from deportation

The Washington Post reported Friday that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson paved the way for TPS to be withdrawn for Central Americans and Haitians by sending a letter to DHS stating that conditions in those countries had improved to the point that people no longer needed protection.

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  • American Hero Fired For Flipping Off Trump Motorcade
American Hero Fired For Flipping Off Trump Motorcade

A Virginia woman who went briefly viral for flipping off Trump's motorcade over the Halloween weekend has announced that she basically doesn't give a shit that she was sacked for doing it. Briskman flagged the post to higher-ups in the company when the man commented that an individual who was showing their support for the Black Lives Matter...

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  • U.S. lifts visa restrictions on Turkey on 'limited basis'
U.S. lifts visa restrictions on Turkey on 'limited basis'

In turn, the Daily Sabah reports that the Americans resumed the issuance of visas to the visit of Prime Minister of Turkey, Binali Yildirim, in the United States. The Turkish government also gave assurances that local staff members would not be detained or arrested "for performing their official duties" and that Washington would be given informatio...

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  • Mugabe expels his deputy Mnangagwa
Mugabe expels his deputy Mnangagwa

In 2014, Mugabe expelled his female deputy Joice Mujuru on allegations of plotting to topple his through, among others, witchcraft allegations. His dismissal was announced by Simon Khaya Moyo, the information minister. Mnangagwa did not attend the security briefing which was meant to be held at Mugabe's private residence, having already tendered ...

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  • USA ground invasion of North Korea could cost 'millions' of lives
USA ground invasion of North Korea could cost 'millions' of lives

It was not pleasant for them, was it?" roared Trump . "I hope this will be of benefit to all, it will be great if we can work for this great nation and for all", added Trump , who arrived today in Japan. Trump wants South Korea to pay more for the USA military presence on its soil, which is chiefly aimed at deterring potential aggression from ...

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  • Manafort, associate to remain under house arrest, tracked by Global Positioning System
Manafort, associate to remain under house arrest, tracked by Global Positioning System

Manafort and Gates surrendered last week to the Federal Bureau of Investigation to face criminal charges brought by special counsel Robert Mueller and his team of prosecutors, who are investigating potential coordination between Trump campaign aides and Russian Federation.

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  • Florida State University bans Greek life after student death
Florida State University bans Greek life after student death

After the February hazing death of 19-year old Timothy Piazza, Penn State suspended fraternities and sororities from holding social activities during the spring semester. First responders found a pledge to Florida State University's Pi Kappa Phi fraternity dead the morning after an off-campus party this week. "They will have to participate ...

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  • Sen. Rand Paul Recovering From 5 Broken Ribs After Assault
Sen. Rand Paul Recovering From 5 Broken Ribs After Assault

Matthew Baker sent a statement to The Associated Press on behalf of his client, 59-year-old anesthesiologist Rene Boucher. Boucher's attorney released a statement on Monday alleging the dispute had "absolutely nothing to do with either's politics or political agendas" and was merely "a very regrettable dispute between two neighbors over a mat...

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  • What to Expect from Trump's State Visit
What to Expect from Trump's State Visit

Trump has rattled some allies with his vow to " totally destroy " North Korea if it threatens the United States and his dismissal of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as a "rocket man" on a suicide mission. South Korea is pushing to arrange reciprocal visits by the leaders of South Korea and China as the two countries are mending ties frayed by th...

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  • Manus Island: Turnbull declines New Zealand refugee offer
Manus Island: Turnbull declines New Zealand refugee offer

Flying across the Tasman for her first bilateral meeting with the Australian leader, Ms Ardern stepped off the plane in Sydney with a smile on her face on Sunday morning. Australia's concern in the past has been that refugees will settle in New Zealand and then move to Australia but Ardern said there were ways to deal with that.

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  • Liberia Supreme Court halts presidential runoff elections
Liberia Supreme Court halts presidential runoff elections

The Supreme Court of Liberia has fixed Monday, Nov. 6, 2017 for ruling in an application seeking a re-run of the October 10 presidential election in the West African country. National Elections Commission lawyer Musa Dean told The Associated Press "the highest court of the land has spoken and we have to abide by the ruling".

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  • Donald Trump calls for death penalty for NYC truck attack suspect
Donald Trump calls for death penalty for NYC truck attack suspect

Backing off his initial statement that he was considering detaining the suspect at America's most notorious prison, Trump said Thursday that Sayfullo Saipov instead should be executed through the civilian justice system, which historically has been delivered faster convictions than the military tribunal system.

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  • Police officer was found dead near a road accident in Rockford
Police officer was found dead near a road accident in Rockford

A short time later, a group of responding officers found a single-car crash near the location of the initial traffic stop. Rockford police Chief Dan O'Shea said the dead officer, 30-year-old Jaimie Cox, called for backup after making a traffic stop about 1 a.m.

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  • Prime Minister to address BJP rally in Una shortly
Prime Minister to address BJP rally in Una shortly

Modi said Congress' downfall was due to its "sins". "Elections are a few days away and senior leaders generally do an intensive campaign in these last few days. 10 crore, the Prime Minister said, "Corruption is the only identity of Congress party". The Prime Minister vowed that the "double engine" of a BJP government in the state and centre w...

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  • Donald Trump in Japan: Golf, New Hats, and Dinner with Shinzo Abe
Donald Trump in Japan: Golf, New Hats, and Dinner with Shinzo Abe

He presented the U.S. with a hat embroidered with the words "Donald and Shinzo: Make Alliance Even Greater" - a play on Mr Trump's 2016 election campaign theme. "Together with our allies, America's warriors are prepared to defend our nation using the full range of our unmatched capabilities. It was not pleasant for them, was it?" said Trump, who wo...

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  • Mueller Has Enough Evidence to File Charges Against Flynn
Mueller Has Enough Evidence to File Charges Against Flynn

Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian involvement in the 2016 presidential election may be inside the White House soon. It seems some in Washington weren't surprised by reports signaling Trump's former national security adviser may be the next person to face charges in Mueller's prove.

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  • Multiple deaths in Texas church shooting
Multiple deaths in Texas church shooting

The shooter has been "taken down", Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackett was quoted as saying by The Wilson County News . There are reports emerging from Texas of a mass shooting at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs. 5, 2017. The San Antonio FBI branch said its agents had been deployed while there was no indication of the gunman's...

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  • Do not forget to 'fall back' when it comes to time change this weekend
Do not forget to 'fall back' when it comes to time change this weekend

For early risers, they will see the sun a little earlier this Sunday as sunrise is set for 6:32 a.m. EST. "If you have a traditional nine-volt battery, we recommend that you change the battery twice a year", said Bath Township Fire Chief Joe Kitchen.

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  • Trump campaign aide Cater Page met Russian officials in 2016
Trump campaign aide Cater Page met Russian officials in 2016

Revelations that the attorney general was previously in a meeting with former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos and was told about Page's trips to Russian Federation have been raised by lawmakers as a subject of further inquiry. Patrick Leahy, a member of the committee, said. "I certainly think it's a legitimate area of inquiry" for congr...

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  • Chennai Braces For More Rain,10000 In Tamil Nadu Relief Camps: 10 Points
Chennai Braces For More Rain,10000 In Tamil Nadu Relief Camps: 10 Points

Thursday's rain was Chennai's third-highest in history in a single day for November, behind only 452.2mm in 1976 and 246.15mm in 2015. He had a message for the Chennai administrative authorities too."With the rains likely to continue, so much water logging already is not a great sign of preparedness".

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