• Russian candidate is front-runner in election for Interpol’s new president
Russian candidate is front-runner in election for Interpol’s new president

His wife, Grace, who is in hiding in France, revealed he sent her a text message with a knife emoji on the day he went missing and she remains "extremely" concerned about his safety. Lithuania and Ukraine have also threatened to walk away from Interpol with multiple United States senators calling the Russian's victory the same as "putting a fox in...

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  • With Ivanka Trump story, email use again becomes a political problem
With Ivanka Trump story, email use again becomes a political problem

Who can forget the giant stink her father, President Donald Trump , made about Hillary Clinton using a personal email server for her work as Secretary of State? Ms Trump's emails came to light when White House officials began reviewing them in response to a lawsuit from watchdog group American Oversight , according to the Post .

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  • Netanyahu avoids early elections for now after minister's about-face
Netanyahu avoids early elections for now after minister's about-face

He was demanding to be named defense minister, replacing Avigdor Liberman, who resigned over differences about how to deal with Gaza . After Lieberman's withdrawal, Netanyahu's government was left clinging to a one-seat majority in the 120-seat parliament.

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  • Rain to bring relief to California fires, but also mudslide danger
Rain to bring relief to California fires, but also mudslide danger

Hundreds of crews and volunteers were searching the ash and rubble where homes stood before flames engulfed the Sierra foothills town of Paradise and surrounding communities, killing at least 77 people in the deadliest US wildfire in a century.

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  • PNG police, soldiers storm parliament over unpaid APEC bonuses
PNG police, soldiers storm parliament over unpaid APEC bonuses

A statement would be issued by the meeting's chair, Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister Peter O'Neill, instead. One diplomat involved in the negotiations said tension between the US and China , bubbling all week, erupted when the Chinese government's top diplomat, Wang Yi, objected during a leaders' retreat to two paragraphs in a draft document se...

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  • Trump to discuss Khashoggi murder with Secretary of State Pompeo, CIA
Trump to discuss Khashoggi murder with Secretary of State Pompeo, CIA

Trump said: "I don't know". "They haven't assessed anything yet". Trump said that when it came to allegations that Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman may have been directly involved, "as of this moment we were told that he did not play a role".

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  • Trump Is Repeatedly Asking Aides If Pence Is Loyal Despite Recent Endorsement
Trump Is Repeatedly Asking Aides If Pence Is Loyal Despite Recent Endorsement

He also defended his signature Belt-and-Road Initiative, which dwarfs any infrastructure funding backed by the, saying it's "not a trap as some people have labeled it". "So, I don't think there's a timetable". Xi called on the United States to try to resolve issues through consultation based on the principle of " equality ", warning the USA again...

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  • California fires: The questions we are left with
California fires: The questions we are left with

The president surveyed the damage, walking by burned-out cars and the remains of houses. Palm trees stood scorched and some homes were burned to the ground on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Billions of dollars are given each year, with so many lives lost, all because of gross mismanagement of the forests", Mr. Trump tweeted. Nature and ...

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  • Trump thinks US will have a trade deal with China
Trump thinks US will have a trade deal with China

A deal to resolve the dispute would be a huge breakthrough on the issue that has dominated much of Trump's two years in office, blowback from which threatens to take the steam out of the United States economy. "I think we'll probably get them, too", he added. "We want to have a reciprocal trade", he continued. Pence pointed to the results of U.S....

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  • 63 killed, over 600 still missing in wildfire in California
63 killed, over 600 still missing in wildfire in California

Sheriff Kory Honea said almost 300 people initially reported as unaccounted for had been found alive. Camp Fire has turned the hard-hit town of Paradise into ash and debris and also devastated the nearby communities of Magalia and Concow.

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  • Democrat Andrew Gillum concedes Florida governor's race
Democrat Andrew Gillum concedes Florida governor's race

That means the contest for governor appeared all but over Thursday, with a machine recount showing DeSantis with a large enough advantage over Gillum to avoid a hand recount in that race. "He never gave up and never will", the president tweeted, before saying Mr Gillum would become a "strong Democrat warrior" in the future and "a force to reckon ...

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  • Abrams Ends Fight for Georgia Governor
Abrams Ends Fight for Georgia Governor

Abrams said that she planned to start an organisation to fight for more equitable voting laws and would soon bring "a major federal lawsuit against the state of Georgia for gross mismanagement of this election ". He continued, "The election is over and hardworking Georgians are ready to move forward". While overseeing elections in Georgia, Kemp ...

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  • France strikes back against Trump, emphasising a lack of 'common decency'
France strikes back against Trump, emphasising a lack of 'common decency'

Mr Trump had earlier criticised Mr Macron's suggestion that a European army was needed, in part, to reduce reliance on the USA military. French President Emmanuel Macron has warned President Donald Trump that France will not serve as a vassal state to the US, following several days of tension and inflammatory remarks exchanged between the two l...

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  • Trump says he has written answers to Russian Federation probe questions
Trump says he has written answers to Russian Federation probe questions

The Washington Post reported that Trump had met with his attorneys for more than four hours on Monday and 90 minutes on Wednesday to discuss the questions. A day later, he tried to put a rosier shine on the situation, telling reporters: "I'm sure it will be just fine". Trump, in turn, contended that the criticism was unfair since Mueller also w...

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  • Roger Stone Associate Jerome Corsi Expects to Be Indicted by Mueller
Roger Stone Associate Jerome Corsi Expects to Be Indicted by Mueller

The Guardian reported in 2017 that the British political figure was a "person of interest" in the investigation. Shortly after his interview with ABC News , Corsi hosted a live stream on his YouTube page in which he reiterated his expectation to be indicted, telling supporters; "I fully anticipate in the next few days to be indicted by Mueller"...

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  • PM Modi holds talks with Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong
PM Modi holds talks with Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong

The Prime Minister said that he is looking forward to his interactions with other ASEAN and East Asia Summit Leaders in Singapore . Kim said that the weapons system tested was one that his father, Kim Jong-il, was especially interested during his lifetime and led the development of personally .

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  • Israel Hits Gaza as Militants Fire 200 Rockets Across Border
Israel Hits Gaza as Militants Fire 200 Rockets Across Border

The botched Israeli raid in Gaza the day before left seven Palestinian militants and an Israeli officer dead. In the immediate aftermath of the clash, Israel said it identified 17 launches - likely rockets or mortars - toward its territory from Gaza , with three intercepted by missile defences.

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  • Melania's Spox Responds to Michelle Obama's Advice Remark
Melania's Spox Responds to Michelle Obama's Advice Remark

A recent poll from Axios by SurveyMonkey found that if she made a bid for the presidency in 2020, Obama would have a 13-point advantage over Trump, while media entrepreneur and TV host Oprah Winfrey would have a 12-point advantage. With a new book detailing her journey in Becoming , which is out today , Winfrey gets a head start on discussing w...

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  • Mayday! 4 United Kingdom ministers quit, PM fights to save Brexit deal
Mayday! 4 United Kingdom ministers quit, PM fights to save Brexit deal

A defiant May insisted Brexit meant making "the right choices, not the easy ones" and urged lawmakers to support the deal "in the national interest". One factor is the party rulebook, which states that if a challenge were to fail then Conservative MPs would have to wait a full year before mounting another.

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  • Nancy Pelosi Claims She Has 'Overwhelming Support' to Be House Speaker
Nancy Pelosi Claims She Has 'Overwhelming Support' to Be House Speaker

Her specific argument is that Pelosi has not done enough for the Congressional Black Caucus to warrant support. She summed up some of the more important points: "One of the most rigorous aspects of planning is deciding EARLY what our priorities are and how we want to lead.

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  • Michael Avenatti arrested in L.A
Michael Avenatti arrested in L.A

The police department said the investigation was still ongoing and additional details would be released later. "I have never struck a woman", he told reporters. In a tweet sent out after the news broke, Vermont Democrats spokesperson R. Christopher Di Mezzo said that the event had been canceled "due to allegations of domestic violence".

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  • U.S. Officials 'Harden' Border With Mexico To Prepare For Migrant Caravan
U.S. Officials 'Harden' Border With Mexico To Prepare For Migrant Caravan

Video of the incident was first captured by Televisa Tijuana Oficial and FRONTERA, as reported by Breitbart's Border and Cartel team. He was accompanied by Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen , who oversees Customs and Border Protection , and Gen.

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  • British FM in Saudi Arabia for talks on Khashoggi, Yemen
British FM in Saudi Arabia for talks on Khashoggi, Yemen

The tours are the latest public outreach by the king, apparently meant to shore up the power of the crown prince, who has taken over day-to-day rule but whose global reputation was battered since Khashoggi was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2.

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  • N.Korea Continues Ballistic Missile Program
N.Korea Continues Ballistic Missile Program

What everybody is anxious about is that Trump is going to accept a bad deal - they give us a single test site and dismantle a few other things, and in return they get a peace agreement". "I don't see a kind of groundbreaking or new information really", said Daniel Pinkston, a lecturer at Troy University in Seoul, adding the Sakkanmol site the repor...

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  • Storm packing snow, sleet, freezing rain to hit Philly area Thursday morning
Storm packing snow, sleet, freezing rain to hit Philly area Thursday morning

Right now, the call is for 3-5 inches of snow in our northwestern counties with lower totals the further south and east you travel. "However, there will be an increasing chance of some more unsettled interludes developing, with showers or longer spells of rain spreading to many areas at times".

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