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Climate action continues despite United States withdrawal: COP22 President

The Dominican Sisters of Peace, whose 484 members and 600 Associates serve in 24 states, Nigeria and Peru, are committed to reducing the impact of global climate change. Environmental Protection Agenc...

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Trump assails Justice Dep't court strategy on travel ban

Trump assails Justice Dep't court strategy on travel ban

The 5-4 conservative majority on the high court means Trump, a Republican who took office on January 20, likely has a better chance than he has had to date in more liberal-leaning lower courts . Ther...

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Trump announcing decision on global climate pact

By abandoning the world's chief effort to slow the tide of planetary warming, Trump was fulfilling a top campaign pledge after weeks of building up suspense over his decision. Trump's daughter was amo...

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British Police Detain More People Over London Bridge Attack

In early morning raids in east London , British police detained more people on Monday after authorities arrested 12 people in the Barking neighborhood of east London over the weekend. The...

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Arab states cut Qatar ties in major diplomatic crisis

The Saudi-led Arab coalition fighting rebels for more than two years in Yemen said it is expelling Qatar from the coalition over the country's support of terrorist groups including Daesh and Al-Qaed...

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Former Penn State Administrators Sentenced in Sandusky Scandal

Former Penn State Administrators Sentenced in Sandusky Scandal

Friday, Curley was sentenced to 7-23 months, with three of those months to be served in jail and four under house arrest; Schultz was sentenced to 6-23 months, with two of those months to be served in...

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Powerball jackpot rises to estimated $375 million

Powerball jackpot rises to estimated $375 million

The winning Powerball numbers drawn on Saturday night were 54, 41, 9, 3, 21, with a Powerball of 25. One of the tickets sold in Florida also played the Power Play option which increased their winnin...

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Trump calls London attacks 'evil slaughter,' says bloodshed must end

A Canadian was amongst those killed in a terror attack on London Bridge and nearby areas in which seven persons were killed and many others injured. "We need to be smart, vigilant and tough. If you ...

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American States To Form "Green Wall" Against Trump's Anti-Paris Actions

France , Germany , and Italy have already issued a joint statement saying they will not be party to a renegotiation of any kind. The mechanics of the USA exit are complicated. The UN Environmen...

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Police says suspect in 3 Indiana deaths may be heading to Missouri

Police says suspect in 3 Indiana deaths may be heading to Missouri

Police searched the house and found two more bodies. Police say he has long brown hair, sometimes worn in a ponytail, and is 5-foot, nine-inches tall with blue eyes. It's believed Burton cold be heade...

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State Department won't say if Tillerson attended Trump climate speech

Earlier, on Friday Russia had said that despite United States withdrawal it was still likely to back the agreement to fight climate change. Meanwhile, Spicer also said that he had not asked Trum...

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Friday's Weather: Scattered showers with highs in the mid-80s

By Monday and Tuesday next week, rain chances go back to 60% Monday and 40% Tuesday with scattered thunderstorms. Better rain chances look to be along and south of I-70. Sunny to partl...

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Ariana changed show after speaking to Manchester victim's mother

Ariana changed show after speaking to Manchester victim's mother

The Manchester concert comes the day after attackers targeted the heart of London, killing seven people. "We had a different show planned and we had a rehearsal yesterday and we changed everything". A...

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Officer wounded in London Bridge attack armed only with baton

Seven people lost their lives in the attack and 48 were wounded or injured, of which 36 remain hospitalized, 21 of them in critical condition. One Canadian national and one Frenchman were among the ...

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Canadian man mows lawn with tornado behind him

Canadian man mows lawn with tornado behind him

Local resident Clare Stankievech told CBC News that she had never seen anything like Friday's tornado before. She posted it to Facebook and the post was shared almost 300 times by Sunday afterno...

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Driver already scoops up NY's 'COVFEFE' license plate

Driver already scoops up NY's 'COVFEFE' license plate

The tweet immediately went viral, with " covfefe " trending on Twitter, and became one of the president's more popular posts. " President Trump's Twitter account keeps me awake at night", he added....

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Isolated US lashes out at climate critics

European leaders and green organisations have expressed anger and dismay over the US' latest "anti-climate" step. In a long Facebook post, DiCaprio termed the US President's action as "discouragin...

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Justin Bieber uses One Love performance to honour Manchester Arena victims

Justin Bieber uses One Love performance to honour Manchester Arena victims

The song took on a new meaning given the tragic events in Manchester, something which wasn't lost on Ariana as she gave a flawless but emotionally charged performance. Ariana Grande is set to hos...

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Dispute erupts over US House panel subpoenas for CIA, FBI

In 2016, the NSA released the identities of 1,934 US persons gathered under a particular surveillance program in response to unmasking requests, according to a transparency report released by the Of...

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ACLU to Trump: 'Glad We Both Agree'

Issued on January 27, the ban barred the entry of citizens of seven majority-Muslim nations - Iraq, Iran, Somalia, Sudan, Yemen, Syria and Libya - ordered a temporary halt to refugee arrivals and wo...

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