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Leading the nation with the lowest gas prices: Oklahoma ($2.33), Missouri ($2.34), Arkansas ($2.36), Kansas ($2.39), OH ($2.39), Louisiana ($2.40), IN ($2.45), MS ($2.45), Minnesota ($2.46), and IL ($2.46). "As we welcome back winter gasoline across most of the country, gasoline production has continued to recover after Harvey, leading much of the country to enjoy falling gasoline prices along with fall weather", said Patrick DeHaan, senior petroleum analyst for GasBuddy.
  • Florida defeats Tennessee on 63-yard Hail Mary

    Florida defeats Tennessee on 63-yard Hail Mary

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    There's even more football to be played for the University of Florida than those teams had after their signature plays, so it remains to be seen whether Feleipe Franks' 63-yard TD pass to Tyrie Cleveland on the game's final play on Saturday to beat Tennessee 26-20 will be a turning point in the Gators' 2017 season.
  • North Korea Wants Military Equilibrium With The US

    North Korea Wants Military Equilibrium With The US

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    Trump also tweeted that long lines for gas are forming in North Korea and called it "too bad". Sunday on CNN's " State of the Union , " U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley warned if North Korea kept on with "reckless behavior" it will be destroyed".
  • Boris Johnson 'misused' figures with £350m Brexit claim, United Kingdom statistics chief says

    Boris Johnson 'misused' figures with £350m Brexit claim, United Kingdom statistics chief says

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    Lib Dem leader Vince Cable urged the prime minister to "fire this guy on Monday morning", warning that if she did not act her authority would be "reduced to zero". Only days before Prime Minister Theresa May is due to speak in Italy about Britain's planned European Union departure, Johnson on Saturday published a 4,300-word newspaper article that roamed well beyond his ministerial brief and, in some cases, the approach set out by the government.
  • False Alarm Delays London-Bound Plane at Paris Airport

    False Alarm Delays London-Bound Plane at Paris Airport

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    The spokesman said the plane was evacuated , each passenger and each bag was checked and the plane was thoroughly examined but no threats were found. Police and fire crews attended the scene. "It was pretty intense disembarking the aircraft though - we had to step off the aircraft and form a single line with armed officers by the side of each of us with dogs".
  • Hamas agrees to steps towards Palestinian unity

    Hamas agrees to steps towards Palestinian unity

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    A year later, Hamas drove forces loyal to Fatah from the Gaza Strip assuming near complete administrative control. Since then, the Palestinian leadership has been divided between two rival governments, with Hamas controlling Gaza and Abbas in charge of autonomous enclaves in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.
  • Singapore to host Formula 1 for another four years

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    The government will continue to fund 60 per cent of the cost of the race , while race organiser Singapore GP - backed by hotelier Ong Beng Seng - will cover the balance. Over the years, the Singapore F1 race has distinguished itself as one that is not just about the sport, but one complemented by a strong line-up of concerts, entertainment and lifestyle offerings both within the circuit park and throughout the city.
  • Sarah Sanders, McMaster, Haley hold White House briefing

    Sarah Sanders, McMaster, Haley hold White House briefing

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    He added that the standoff is not an issue between the United States and North Korea, but rather, an issue between the world and North Korea. North Korea conducted its latest ballistic missile test on Thursday in a show of defiance after the United Nations Security Council voted last week to impose the strongest sanctions to date on the rogue nation.
  • London bombing is reason to expand US travel ban

    London bombing is reason to expand US travel ban

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    Trump also tweeted , "The travel ban into the United States should be far larger, tougher and more specific-but stupidly, that would not be politically correct!" Trump's travel ban blocked the entry of citizens from six Muslim-majority countries for 90 days and all refugees for 120 days.