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Central US to get drought-busting rain, snow for north

Central US to get drought-busting rain, snow for north

Environment Canada issued a winter storm warning , calling for 10 to 20 centimetres. Wouldn't be shocked to hear a few rumbles of thunder, too. "There will definitely be some snow as well, just not...

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Now Prohibited in Ukraine's Parliamentary Chamber: Weapons

Now Prohibited in Ukraine's Parliamentary Chamber: Weapons

Lutsenko alleged Savchenko was acting in cahoots with Russia-backed rebels in eastern Ukraine to stage a "terrorist coup in the interests of Ukraine's enemies". Russian President Vladimir Putin pard...

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No threat found after South Side bomb scare, police say

No threat found after South Side bomb scare, police say

Most people responded to the post with appreciation - some still expressing concern. Idaho Falls Police spokeswoman Holly Cook said a bomb threat was made to the business over the phone by an unknow...

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Student - Town mostly supportive of walkout

Student - Town mostly supportive of walkout

Wednesday. Several students from GoodKidsMadCity are also participating in the March for Our Lives in Washington D.C. which is happening simultaneously with the march in Chicago. "So I think that we...

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Trump trade war: China tells USA it will defend national interests

Trump trade war: China tells USA it will defend national interests

Apple Association, a trade group. Mr Trump wants China to reduce its trade surplus with the United States which was US$375 billion a year ago. But Washington accuses Beijing of a host of unfai...

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Data watchdog search of Cambridge Analytica office 'continues overnight'

Data watchdog search of Cambridge Analytica office 'continues overnight'

British authorities left the London offices of disgraced data firm Cambridge Analytica early Saturday after spending seven hours searching for evidence as part of an investigation launched in the ...

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Labour MPs attack sacking of Owen Smith over Brexit

Labour MPs attack sacking of Owen Smith over Brexit

Ian Payne couldn't get a word in edgeways as two Labour guests demonstrate party split over Jeremy Corbyn's decision to sack Owen Smith . Stephen Doughty, Labour MP for Cardiff and South Penarth,...

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Russian spy: Skripal asked Putin if he could return home

Russian spy: Skripal asked Putin if he could return home

Mr Vladimir Timoshkov said his old school friend - who had moved to Britain in a spy swap in 2010 - had called him in 2012 revealing that he wanted to be allowed to visit Russian Federation. " I wish ...

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Congress passes new $1.3 trillion spending bill

According to lawmakers and aides from both parties, Risch was insisting on blocking the renaming. Trump has been fuming because the package does not include protections for "Dreamer" immigrants ...

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Paul McCartney Joins March for Our Lives, Remembers John Lennon

Paul McCartney Joins March for Our Lives, Remembers John Lennon

McCartney said he wasn't sure whether gun violence could be ended on the legislative level, but said that what citizens can do is march. McCartney's T-shirt had the message, "We can end gun violence...

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U.S. drags China to WTO on discriminatory technology licensing requirements

Containers are seen at the Yangshan Deep Water Port, part of the Shanghai Free Trade Zone, in Shanghai, China September 24, 2016. China's commerce ministry said on Friday that the country was planni...

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Take blame for government shutdown? 'F--- that,' Trump reportedly told aides

Take blame for government shutdown? 'F--- that,' Trump reportedly told aides

It beefs up military and domestic programs, delivering federal funds to every corner of the country. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., stepped forward to declare the entire late-night scene "ridiculous". Rand Paul...

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Britain's data watchdog raids Cambridge Analytica offices

Britain's data watchdog raids Cambridge Analytica offices

Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) said early Saturday. Bolton's PAC hired Cambridge Analytica months after it was founded in 2014, and the firm's work with Bolton's group became an example t...

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Why do we put our clocks forward an hour?

Why do we put our clocks forward an hour?

For people who work a typical 9 to 5 day, it's supposed to give us more time after our working hours in daylight (presumably not so we can spend it in beer gardens, but that's what it's really for)....

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Kerala: Honour killing victim's fiance blames police

Kerala: Honour killing victim's fiance blames police

Athira, 23, hailing from Thiyya family, was stabbed to death by her father following differences in opinion on her marriage. One of Brijesh's friends told Express Athira was sent with her parents afte...

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China hits back as USA opens second trade-war front

China signaled it was ready for a trade war. That also would mirror the European Union's plan to retaliate if Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs go into effect, as they could as soon as Friday. ...

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South Korea to shut off computers to stop people working late

South Korea to shut off computers to stop people working late

On two Fridays in April, computers will shut off at 7:30 p.m. From May on, the programme will be in full-swing, with computers shut off by 19:00 every Friday. However there are other parts of the wo...

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United States launches WTO complaint against China's IP policies

United States launches WTO complaint against China's IP policies

The Chinese government vowed to defend itself. Analysts struggled to immediately understand why items such as wine, a product from the Democratic stronghold of California, would make the list but no...

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Egypt's Sisi visits Sinai ahead of poll, says militants nearly defeated

Egypt's Sisi visits Sinai ahead of poll, says militants nearly defeated

Sisi successfully silenced all forms of political opposition during his first four-year term. Bordering Israel and the Palestinian Gaza Strip, Egypt's North Sinai province has been the center of ter...

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Xavier girls' tennis team has lofty goals

Xavier girls' tennis team has lofty goals

Pirouetting around a defender, dancing before releasing a midrange fadeaway, or slipping between a pair of teammates to free himself up, Kanicki's silky-smooth footwork created space for himself and k...

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