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Cindy Hyde-Smith, who is in a runoff Tuesday against Democrat Mike Espy. With the final senate race happening on Tuesday, campaigning is crucial for Mississippi Senate candidates. Espy spoke for almost 30 minutes Monday to a crowd of about 200 people gathered at church in Jackson. "The President is coming to stump for me, as we call it", Hyde-Smith said.
  • Roger Stone associate Jerome Corsi in plea talks with Robert Mueller

    Roger Stone associate Jerome Corsi in plea talks with Robert Mueller

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    Earlier this month he said in a YouTube video that he expected to be criminally charged after cooperating with Mueller's inquiry for two months. Corsi's associate is a longtime friend of the president, Roger Stone . "He looks like he has been squeezed, but as far as I know, he refuses to lie", Stone said. Federal investigators want to know whether Stone had advance access to emails hacked from the Democratic Party and the account of John Podesta , campaign chairman of Democratic ...
  • US Briefly Closes Major Border Crossing with Mexico

    US Briefly Closes Major Border Crossing with Mexico

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    Another migrant caravan of around 150 people reportedly set off from El Salvador for the USA on Sunday. "We are fleeing violence", said Josue Caseres, an entertainer from Santa Barbara, Honduras. "Honduras is worse off than Mexico". "Unfortunately, some members of the caravan are purposely causing disruptions at our border ports of entry".
  • 3 people shot at Galleria in Hoover, gunman dead

    3 people shot at Galleria in Hoover, gunman dead

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    One 18-year-old male was shot during the argument. Witness Debbie Woods told CBS 12 that she heard shots while shopping at a nearby jewelry kiosk. No other details have been released at this time, including the exact number of people who are injured. Witnesses described hearing gunshots inside the mall, which was open late on Thanksgiving.
  • Final Brexit deal within our grasp: May

    Final Brexit deal within our grasp: May

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    European Council President Donald Tusk said in a Tweet Thursday that "the (EU) Commission President has informed me that it has been agreed at negotiators' level and agreed in principle at political level". 'But, if you just presented me terms, this deal or European Union membership, because we would effectively be bound by the same rules but without the control or voice over them, yes, I think this would be even worse than that'.
  • India issues swift condemnation of attack on Chinese consulate

    India issues swift condemnation of attack on Chinese consulate

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    They also allege that Pakistani forces more harshly targeted their separatists, even peaceful activists, under the pretext of protecting Chinese assets in the area. In a letter dated August 15, the group released a letter warning China against the "exploitation of Baluchistan's mineral wealth and occupation of Baluch territory".
  • China's Xi visits Philippines to deepen ties with USA ally

    China's Xi visits Philippines to deepen ties with USA ally

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    A red-carpet welcome awaits President Xi Jinping on Tuesday in Manila , the last stop in a three-nation swing through Asia where he's offering infrastructure loans and aid and championing free trade in a rivalry for influence with the United States.
  • Judge stops Trump from enforcing asylum ban

    Judge stops Trump from enforcing asylum ban

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    US District Judge Jon Tigar in San Francisco issued a temporary restraining order against the Trump proclamation , granting a request from human rights advocacy groups which had sued shortly after the order . More than 2,000 Central American migrants arrived in the border city of Tijuana in recent days, and about 3,000 more migrants are estimated to be in Mexicali, Mexico, another border city about 100 miles away, UN High Commissioner for Refugees spokeswoman Francesca Fontanini said.
  • President Trump Pardons 2 Thanksgiving Turkeys

    President Trump Pardons 2 Thanksgiving Turkeys

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    Peas and Carrots, as they were named by President Donald Trump , will both be spared this Thanksgiving . Per the council, Peas and Carrots lived in their own house away from the other turkeys and were handled regularly to "get used to people and activity", as it is important that they wouldn't be in a fowl mood for their big day.
  • Spanish minister Josep Borrell says Scots could join EU

    Spanish minister Josep Borrell says Scots could join EU

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    Spanish Foreign Minister Borrell echoed the prime minister's warning, insisting that a trade deal reached between the United Kingdom and Brussels should not include Gibraltar. 'As a effect, today, I regret to say that a pro-European government like Spain's would vote no to Brexit unless there are changes'. "I think people will take a careful look over the abyss.
  • ‘Lock her up!’ Trump wanted Hillary Clinton PROSECUTED by Justice Department

    ‘Lock her up!’ Trump wanted Hillary Clinton PROSECUTED by Justice Department

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    Alberto Gonzales, the former Bush administration attorney general, on Wednesday slammed Donald Trump for attempting to use the United States' legal apparatus to prosecute two of his political rivals, the Washington Post reports . Trump fired Comey in May 2017 and appointed Christopher Wray to replace him. This week the news broke that Ivanka Trump, daughter and adviser to the USA president, has sent hundreds of government-related emails using her private account, and the late-night ...
  • Pakistan summons U.S. diplomat over Donald Trump remarks on Osama bin Laden

    Pakistan summons U.S. diplomat over Donald Trump remarks on Osama bin Laden

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    This weekend, when asked about the comment during an interview on " Fox News Sunday ", Trump called McRaven a " Hillary Clinton backer". Relations between the United States and Pakistan, which began to strain in 2011, reached a new low in January when Trump suspended American security assistance to Islamabad over the alleged presence of Afghan militant groups in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA).
  • U.S. man 'killed in India by endangered Andamans tribe'

    U.S. man 'killed in India by endangered Andamans tribe'

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    The local media quoting unconfirmed source reported that that the American National had gone to North Sentinel Island with a local fisherman almost five days back to interact with Sentinelese tribes , where he was killed by the hostile tribes of Sentinel Islands.
  • Airbnb to no longer allow listings in West Bank settlements

    Airbnb to no longer allow listings in West Bank settlements

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    The Israeli newspaper also reported that Erdan said he plans to ask officials in the United States to check if the US-based company's decision violated anti-boycott laws that exist in more than 25 states across the country. The website did not say when the listings in West Bank settlements would be removed. Airbnb announced its move on its blogpost , saying it had struggled with the decision for a while and had spoken to experts on both sides of the debate.
  • Trump's Presidency gets A+ -- from President Trump

    Trump's Presidency gets A+ -- from President Trump

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    Trump told Wallace he was looking for Nielsen to improve her handling of the U.S. -Mexico border. "I don't think about, you know, how I make them. I make what I consider the right decision", Newsmax cited Trump as saying. So to recap, Trump wants the public to believe he both was and wasn't on the ballot , and that House losses don't count, while Senate victories do.
  • North Korea deports American even as it boasts of new weapon

    North Korea deports American even as it boasts of new weapon

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    The KCNA added that the North Korean politician is also slated to attend the oath-taking ceremony of Mexico's president-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on December 1. Sanger and William J. Broad, declared that the satellite images " suggest that North Korea has been engaging in a great deception", because it had offered to dismantle a major launching site while "continuing to make improvements at more than a dozen others that would bolster launches of conventional and nuclear warheads".
  • Netanyahu: It will be irresponsible to bring down government

    Netanyahu: It will be irresponsible to bring down government

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    Some citizens of Israel have also been publicly vocal about their disappointment in the prime minister's decisions. "We have an entire year until the election". Flanked by Shaken, his ashen-faced party deputy, at a press conference, he listed all of his disagreements with Israeli defense policy under Netanyahu over the past decade but then abruptly stated that Netanyahu had promised a radical change in his speech the night prior.
  • Trump Due to Review Khashoggi Killing Report

    Trump Due to Review Khashoggi Killing Report

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    Khashoggi , a Saudi journalist living in exile in the United States, was mildly critical of the new regime in Riyadh. The president, in a statement released by the White House, indicated he had no intention of cancelling military contracts with Riyadh, saying, "if we foolishly cancel these contracts, Russian Federation and China would be the enormous beneficiaries".
  • I answered Mueller questions 'very easily'

    I answered Mueller questions 'very easily'

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    President Donald Trump said Friday that he had answered a list of questions for special counsel Robert Mueller but had not submitted it yet. "But.as far as I'm concerned, I like to take everything personally because you do better that way", Trump added.
  • Brian Kemp wins Georgia governor's race as Stacey Abrams gives up fight

    Brian Kemp wins Georgia governor's race as Stacey Abrams gives up fight

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    Abrams, however, stressed she's not conceding. Since their respective campaigns began, the battle between Republican Brian Kemp and Democrat Stacey Abrams has been a heated one. Now, with the State of George on the brink of certifying the election in favor of Brian Kemp , the Georgia courts may see an unprecedented lawsuit from Abrams' campaign.
  • China Keen on Making Trade Deal With US, Says Donald Trump

    China Keen on Making Trade Deal With US, Says Donald Trump

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    And Navarro said a deal with China agreed under pressure from Wall Street would bear a "stench". Given that this is an unprecedented event of the face-to-face meeting between the two Presidents in the midst of the series of tariffs exchanges, the outcome could be anybody's guess.
  • Trump continues to blame wildfires on forest mismanagement

    Trump continues to blame wildfires on forest mismanagement

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    It burned down the forest town of Paradise. Newsum's home wasn't destroyed, but it might be months before she can live there again. Trump is expected to land in Southern California later on Saturday to view damage from the Woolsey and Hill fires in Ventura County.
  • Scientist-Politicians Rack Up Wins on Election Day

    Scientist-Politicians Rack Up Wins on Election Day

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    The Democratic group includes a number of members-elect who saw historic victories for diversity in the US, including Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar, who became the first Muslim women to be elected into Congress , and Sharice Davids and Deb Haaland, who became the first Native American women to be elected into Congress.
  • Trump seeks to land blow against media in court fight with CNN

    Trump seeks to land blow against media in court fight with CNN

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    The White House went on to say that Acosta was " placing his hands on a young woman " when he attempted to stop the intern from taking his microphone during that afternoon's press conference. If granted, however, Acosta will permanently be given his White House credentials back. Outside the courtroom, Acosta spoke to reporters and thanked other journalists for their support in the case.
  • Hillary will run again

    Hillary will run again

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    Clinton knows both Mr. Clinton and Mr. Obama declared they weren't running, until they ran". Mrs. Clinton's transformation during the primaries, especially on social and cultural issues, cost her an easy win against Donald Trump . The op-ed further suggested that Hillary wouldn't rush to join the race, but would probably make her announcement "by the time the primaries are in full swing".
  • Trump's new acting attorney general letting Mueller probe go on

    Trump's new acting attorney general letting Mueller probe go on

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    In a series of tweets Trump accused Mueller, without evidence, of having "gone absolutely nuts", adding that his prosecutors are "screaming and shouting at people, horribly threatening them to come up with the answers they want". Napolitano said the Justice Department pointed to President Andrew Johnson's appointment of American Bar Association co-founder J. Hubley Ashton to serve what ended up being a six-day stint as the nation's top law enforcement officer.
  • United Nations chief: Destroying Yemen's Hodeida port would be 'catastrophic'

    United Nations chief: Destroying Yemen's Hodeida port would be 'catastrophic'

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    The United States, which for years provided military training and aerial refuelling for the Saudi-led coalition, on Saturday announced it would end its in-flight refuelling support for the alliance. The Huthis, who seized the port in 2014, said they were mining across Hodeida province, airing footage late Tuesday of what they said were landmine explosions targeting pro-government forces.
  • Trump nominates retired Army general as ambassador to S. Arabia

    Trump nominates retired Army general as ambassador to S. Arabia

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    The newspaper reported that after the Saudi security team left Turkey the airport X-ray machines showed that the bags that were in possession of the potential assassins contained large scissors, a scalpel and an electric shock device. Through a skillful campaign of intelligence leaks to the news media, Erdogan has engineered prominent coverage of the case around the world, and he has sought to engage Western support to curb the Saudi prince, whom he sees as a personal threat.
  • Turkey says Saudi explanation over Khashoggi murder ‘insufficient’

    Turkey says Saudi explanation over Khashoggi murder ‘insufficient’

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    Khashoggi, the Washington Post contributor and critic of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, was drugged and his body dismembered, a spokesman for the public prosecutor said , in the first Saudi confirmation of how the journalist died. The agents killed Khashoggi after "negotiations" for the journalist's return to the kingdom failed, Shaalan said. The Saudi prosecutor on Thursday added that the office had "submitted formal requests to brotherly authorities in Turkey" for evidence in ...
  • Duterte wants no military drills in South China Sea

    Duterte wants no military drills in South China Sea

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    That accolade goes to Malaysia's Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad , who is 20 years older than Duterte and now the world's oldest leader. "It (RCEP) is going to deliver real benefits to the people of our region", he said in an address. During a November 13 speech ahead of the Asean summit, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said his country hopes the ongoing negotiations between Asean and China "will be finished in three years' time" - making it clear that Beijing is in no rush to enter any binding ...
  • Report of North Korea's 'undisclosed' missile bases not new: Seoul

    Report of North Korea's 'undisclosed' missile bases not new: Seoul

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    Trump responded by calling the report "fake news" adding "We fully know about the sites being discussed, nothing new - and nothing happening out of the normal". North Korean state media on Monday accused the United States of carrying out some small-scale military drills with South Korea, saying the drills violate their agreement to lower tensions on the Korean peninsula.