• Ivanka Trump used her personal email to send official government correspondence

    Ivanka Trump used her personal email to send official government correspondence

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    On Tuesday, President Donald Trump defended Ivanka , calling concerns of potential wrongdoing "fake news", while drawing a distinction between his daughter's email use and Clinton's . "[Ivanka's emails] weren't classified like Hillary Clinton, they weren't deleted like Hillary Clinton who deleted 33,000, she wasn't hiding, she wasn't doing anything to hide her emails", Trump said.
  • South Korean named Interpol president in blow to Russia

    South Korean named Interpol president in blow to Russia

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    He said it was clear Prokopchuk would use the position to continue Russian abuse of the "red notice" system. "We believe Mr. Kim will be just that", Pompeo said. Bill Browder , who runs an investment fund that had once operated in Moscow , says Russian Federation used the diffusion system against him, which led to his brief arrest in Spain earlier this year.
  • Kerala High Court glare on Sabarimala cops

    Kerala High Court glare on Sabarimala cops

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    Vijayan made clear that while his government respected the feelings of worshippers, it had to obey the court. "The government can not let anyone create trouble at Sabarimala ", Vijayan said at the state conference of the Kerala Union of Working Journalists (KUWJ).
  • Supreme Court asked to block appointment of Whitaker as AG

    Supreme Court asked to block appointment of Whitaker as AG

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    He argues Mueller has been effectively operating as a "U.S. Attorney at large", and as such, should have been appointed by the president and confirmed by the Senate - neither of which occurred. "This Office previously had advised that the President could designate a senior Department of Justice Official, such as Mr. Whitaker as Acting Attorney General", the Office of Legal Counsel wrote , saying he's been at the DOJ "at a sufficiently senior pay level for over a year".
  • Incoming Democrats weigh Pelosi vote

    Incoming Democrats weigh Pelosi vote

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    Numerous freshman Democrats who avoided questions about whether they'd back Pelosi met with her last week, and are now on-record as supporting Pelosi's bid. Fudge said she wasn't deterred from running after meeting with Pelosi Friday but that she wouldn't make a decision until after Thanksgiving. The former Clinton Cabinet official said Pelosi has earned the right to the speakership, at least for now.
  • Israeli education minister vows not to resign in reprieve for Netanyahu

    Israeli education minister vows not to resign in reprieve for Netanyahu

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    Aumann told Bennett to forget about game theory and that "the country's security is above all". Last week, Hamas announced an Egypt-brokered ceasefire with Israel to halt escalating hostilities, which resumed after Palestinian militants launched rockets at Israel in retaliation for seven militants killed during an Israeli special forces operation.
  • Roger Staubach receives Presidential Medal of Freedom

    Roger Staubach receives Presidential Medal of Freedom

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    Among the other six recipients honoured at the White House on Friday were baseball legend Babe Ruth and late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia . The Adelsons are also avid supporters of Israel. Orrin Hatch , who is retiring after more than 41 years in the U.S. Senate; and former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach .
  • French president requests respect following Trump's tweets

    French president requests respect following Trump's tweets

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    Trump's favourite European leader, was clear on his positions on the Iran nuclear deal, climate change, free trade and global cooperation. The French leader caused Mr Trump grave offence when he said that, apart from protecting Europe from emerging powers such as China and Russian Federation, such a force might be needed to defend the continent in future from the US.
  • Andrew Gillum ends campaign for Florida governor

    Andrew Gillum ends campaign for Florida governor

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    Gillum had conceded to DeSantis on election night, but retracted it after the margin between the two candidates narrowed. "We've been so honored by the support that we've received", Mr Gillum said in a video statement. That means Gillum gained just 1 vote from the unofficial results that were reported last week, according to The Orlando Sentinel . CORRECTION: This story has been corrected to accurately reflect the outcome of the machine recount in the governor's race.
  • Firefighter loses home in California wildfire fire

    Firefighter loses home in California wildfire fire

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    Butte County Sheriff and Coroner Kory Honea said Thursday evening the death toll from the Camp Fire in northern California had grown to 63 people. Tamara Conry said she should never have been the list. And now it's just getting worse and worse and worse. Several Bay Area and Sacramento area schools have closed because of poor air quality from the Camp fire's smoke, including UC Berkeley, Mills College, Stanford University, the University of the Pacific, Cal State East Bay and Sacramento ...
  • Julian Assange has been charged, prosecutors reveal by mistake

    Julian Assange has been charged, prosecutors reveal by mistake

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    The possibility of charging the whistleblower with violating the Espionage Act has come up in discussions, WSJ notes. The text was discovered in an August 22 filing by assistant US attorney Kellen S. "The government bringing criminal charges against someone for publishing truthful information is a risky path for a democracy to take". The defendant in the case, Seitu Sulayman Kokayi, is charged with coercion and enticement of a minor.
  • Kevin McCarthy Beats Jim Jordan for House Leadership

    Kevin McCarthy Beats Jim Jordan for House Leadership

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    Ed Royce in Southern California's 39th District . McCarthy said on CNN that the party that wins control of the White House usually loses some seats in the next election cycle. She faces GOP Sen. Rounding out the GOP leadership team will be Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming, a daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, who was on hand to watch his daughter take over the No.
  • Dead, 150000 evacuated as new wildfires hit California

    Dead, 150000 evacuated as new wildfires hit California

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    Many of these, including Stirling City and Inskip, are now facing evacuations from the same fire. Her husband was apparently in NY at the time. Wind gusts could reach 70 miles per hour and relative humidity could be as low as 2 percent in Southern California on Friday, creating the conditions for the fire to rapidly spread.
  • Mattis to visit troops deployed to US-Mexico border Wednesday

    Mattis to visit troops deployed to US-Mexico border Wednesday

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    October set all-time records for illegal immigrant children and families attempting to sneak into the US, and November could be just as bad, with thousands of people in caravans making their way from Central America through Mexico. Two Central American migrants walk along the top of the border structure separating Mexico and the United States in Tijuana. Many of those eagerly pursuing their dreams of a promised land continued west before they arrived at Border Field State Park in Imperial ...
  • Boeing Failed to Disclose Issues With New Flight Control Feature

    Boeing Failed to Disclose Issues With New Flight Control Feature

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    According to a report in The Wall Street Journal Monday night, what the company did not tell operators and flight crews is that the stall-prevention system may, under certain unusual circumstances, unexpectedly push the plane's nose down with such force that the crew can not pull it back up.
  • Duterte skipped ASEAN events to take 'power naps' - Malacañang

    Duterte skipped ASEAN events to take 'power naps' - Malacañang

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    The PM said during the visit, he would also have the opportunity to interact with the participants and winners of the joint India-Singapore Hackathon. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said the region has set a good example of managing those territorial disputes and keeping the peace as it works toward setting a "code of conduct" to govern navigation and other activities.
  • Hamas claims Liberman's resignation as a 'victory for Gaza'

    Hamas claims Liberman's resignation as a 'victory for Gaza'

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    He rushed to defend his decision as criticism mounted and residents in southern Israel protested the ceasefire, with many clamouring for a new offensive in the besieged Strip to stop rocket fire that had been provoked by a botched undercover Israeli operation that left seven Palestinians and an Israeli officer dead.
  • Justin Trudeau Says Canada Has Heard Recording Of Jamal Khashoggi’s Murder

    Justin Trudeau Says Canada Has Heard Recording Of Jamal Khashoggi’s Murder

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    Riyadh has arrested 18 people over the murder, including 15 members of the death squad. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan waves as he arrives at the Musee d'Orsay in Paris to attend a state diner and a visit of the Picasso exhibition as part of the ceremonies marking the 100th anniversary of the 11 November 1918 armistice, ending the First World War.
  • Donald Trump lashes out at another CNN reporter over ‘stupid’ question

    Donald Trump lashes out at another CNN reporter over ‘stupid’ question

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    Thursday night was a hectic night for late show hosts between the situation with Ruth Bader Ginsburg's hospitalization and the White House revoking press credentials for CNN's Jim Acosta . CNN's lawsuit, he added, "is critical to preserve the media's ability to ask hard questions and hold the government accountable ..." Her question was about the widespread concerns that Trump's rhetoric emboldens white nationalists.