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Trump sees slight uptick in approval rating

Trump sees slight uptick in approval rating

They also disagreed with the way the president is handling health-care reforms, race relations, and tensions with North Korea. However, the majority disapprove of his handling of healthcare, race rela...

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South Korea, US agree on putting more pressure on North Korea: Seoul

South Korea, US agree on putting more pressure on North Korea: Seoul

The U.S. military flew advanced bombers and stealth jets over the Korean Peninsula and near Japan in drills with South Korean and Japanese warplanes on Monday, three days after North Korea fired a mis...

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Trump warns United States may have to totally destroy NKorea

Trump warns United States may have to totally destroy NKorea

Trump also slammed Venezuela and Iran , again hinting that the USA could withdraw from the multi-national Iran nuclear deal . Ms Bishop declined to comment on reports the Central Intelligence Agen...

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McMaster: 'We've all been involved in lengthy discussions' about Iran

President Trump told the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday that the nuclear pact signed with Iran was "an embarrassment for the United States". "Ugly, ignorant words were spoken by the US presi...

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US To Give $32 Million To Aid the Rohingya

US To Give $32 Million To Aid the Rohingya

More than 400,000 Rohingya have fled from Myanmar (also known as Burma) to Bangladesh since August 25. However, she did not address United Nations accusations of ethnic cleansing by the security forc...

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Holy See ratifies treaty on prohibition of nuclear arms

Holy See ratifies treaty on prohibition of nuclear arms

By now, there are an additional four "de facto" nuclear powers, namely India, Pakistan, Israel, and North Korea, which also boycotted the treaty . (There are 193 sovereign states in the UN.) The tr...

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West Ham vs Tottenham: Slaven Bilic facing selection headache for London derby

West Ham vs Tottenham: Slaven Bilic facing selection headache for London derby

West Ham totally dominated Huddersfield and could have won by more than two goals, while they went to West Brom, who don't drop many points at home, and were good value for their point. West Ham Unite...

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Networks Pass on Sean Spicer for Paid Contributor Role

Despite the jokes that flitted through Stephen Colbert's opening monologue , Sean Spicer's unexpected appearance at the 2017 Emmy awards sparked a lot of backlash from folks critiquing Hollyw...

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Kenya's Supreme Court Blames Electoral Commission for Nullified Poll

Kenya's Supreme Court Blames Electoral Commission for Nullified Poll

Armed police patrolled the entrance to the court and trucks filled with security forces were parked outside the building. The court was offering a detailed ruling as to why it annulled the August 8 ...

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French leader Emmanuel Macron defends climate accord at UN General Assembly

French leader Emmanuel Macron defends climate accord at UN General Assembly

In his speech, Trump said he "would always put America first" and that he expected leaders from across the world to likewise "put your countries first". Addressing the UN General Assembly one day afte...

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North Korea warns 'vicious' United Nations sanctions will only accelerate nuclear programme

North Korea warns 'vicious' United Nations sanctions will only accelerate nuclear programme

China has urged the United States to refrain from making threats to North Korea . "But I will not go into details". "None of us want war", she said on CNN. "The so-called " China's responsibility t...

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Central Florida schools reopen week after Hurricane Irma

Central Florida schools reopen week after Hurricane Irma

Officials on the ground say it could take at least one week before the Keys is reconnected with that world. For days, evacuees from the Lower and Middle Keys were turned away from a checkpoint state...

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Wall Street edges into record territory ahead of Fed meet

Wall Street edges into record territory ahead of Fed meet

Dow Jones Industrial Average futures rose 59 points, or 0.2%, to 22,276, while S&P 500 futures gained 5.8 points, or 0.2%, to 2,503. The Federal Open Market Committee begins its two-day meeting i...

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US Still Withdrawing From Paris Climate Accord, Despite Reports

US Still Withdrawing From Paris Climate Accord, Despite Reports

In June, Trump announced he would withdraw the US from the Paris accord, but he added the USA could rejoin the agreement if it was renegotiated or more favorable terms were offered. At the time, T...

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Toys "R" Us Files For Bankruptcy

More than a dozen retail bankruptcies have been reported this year, but none of the retailers are in the Toys "R" Us league. To ensure suppliers still receive orders for the holiday season, JP...

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McDonald's is giving away 100000 free cheeseburgers for National Cheeseburger Day

McDonald's is giving away 100000 free cheeseburgers for National Cheeseburger Day

Sadly, you can't just walk into McDonald's , grab a free cheeseburger and walk out. Participating cities can be found HERE! Applebee's: Burgers that normally cost in the neighborhood of $9 ...

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At UN, Trump threatens to 'totally destroy North Korea'

At UN, Trump threatens to 'totally destroy North Korea'

Maintaining that "if the righteous many do not confront the wicked few, then evil will triumph, " Trump said North Korea "imperils the world" and it is in no country's interest that it continue on its...

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Russian helicopter fires at spectators during military exercise

Russian helicopter fires at spectators during military exercise

Russia's military exercises were displayed in terrifying detail in a series of shock photos released today. Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite warned the exercises could lead to war with NATO, ...

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Amber Rudd hits out at Boris Johnson's 'backseat driving' over Brexit

Foreign Secretary Mr Johnson is set to hold crunch talks with Theresa May this week after his explosive 10-point plan for Brexit plunged the Government into disarray . And another friend of his cla...

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Ryanair cancellations leaving passengers up in the air

Ryanair cancellations leaving passengers up in the air

Des Manning told KCLR Live they've been busy fielding calls about it and thankfully haven't had any of their customers affected yet. Ryanair is advising customers that they have two options when it ...

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Hurricane Jose Speeds Up, Gains Strength Off East Coast

Hurricane Jose Speeds Up, Gains Strength Off East Coast

Hurricane advisories continue to extend across Caribbean islands battered by Irma as the storm approaches. Even as parts of the Caribbean continues to reel under the devastation wrought by Hurri...

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President Trump Coming to AL to Support Strange

President Trump Coming to AL to Support Strange

Luther Strange next Monday, POLITICO reported . Trump has continued to back unusual and the senator said in a statement that he is "proud to have President Trump's endorsement in this race and I a...

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American tourists injured in acid attack in France

American tourists injured in acid attack in France

Four American women, all in their 20's, have been injured in an acid attack in France. The other two tourists involved are said to be suffering from shock. The young tourists were reportedly about...

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Hamas agrees to end decade-long rift, hold general elections in Gaza

Hamas agrees to end decade-long rift, hold general elections in Gaza

Hamas and Fatah fought a short civil war in Gaza in 2007 and since then Hamas has governed the small coastal enclave. In April 2014, Hamas, Fatah and the PLO factions signed on Shatti (Beach) agre...

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FTC investigating Equifax data breach

FTC investigating Equifax data breach

If the message saying your information has been compromised comes up, what do you do? For example, the site's URL - equifaxsecurity2017.com - looks suspicious, and it is built on a stock version of Wo...

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