• McConnell to call for vote on Trump's protection of 'Dreamers'

    McConnell to call for vote on Trump's protection of 'Dreamers'

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    Still, in the eyes of many White House officials, the prospect that Trump could use the proposal to shift blame for the shutdown and pressure Democrats to end the impasse was worth trying. At the White House on Saturday after the speech, Vice President Mike Pence talked to reporters alongside four staff members: Jared Kushner , the president's son-in-law and White House advisor, Kirstjen Nielsen, the U.S.
  • Wind Chill Advisory In Effect for Saturday Morning

    Wind Chill Advisory In Effect for Saturday Morning

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    With the wind chill, that felt as cold as -40 to -45, according to the Environment Canada weather alerts page. Winds from the north at 20 km/h and gusting to 40. "Risks are greater for young children, older adults, people with chronic illnesses, people working or exercising outdoors, and those without proper shelter", Environment Canada advised in the warning.
  • Indian opposition stages giant joint rally to oust Modi

    Indian opposition stages giant joint rally to oust Modi

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    Senior Congress leader from Kadapa and former minister D L Ravindra Reddy is most likely to find his political rehabilitation in Telugu Desam Party. Against the backdrop of the West Bengal government denying permission to BJP to organise yatras in West Bengal, the prime minister said political parties in the TMC-ruled state are not even allowed to carry out their programmes.
  • OMG Rudy Giuliani Basically Admitted The Donald Trump Campaign Colluded!

    OMG Rudy Giuliani Basically Admitted The Donald Trump Campaign Colluded!

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    Giuliani, who is serving as Trump's lawyer, went on to say that if there was any collusion, "it happened a long time ago". In a preview clip for Thursday night's show posted to Twitter, Noah roasted President Donald Trump's attorney for claiming that he "never said there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation".
  • Zimbabwe shuts down internet again amid unrest

    Zimbabwe shuts down internet again amid unrest

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    The UK's minister for Africa, Harriett Baldwin, has summoned Zimbabwe's ambassador to discuss "disturbing reports of use of live ammunition, intimidation and excessive force" against protesters. "So everyone who is saying that is subject to arrest". Zimbabwe shut down the nation's Internet access Thursday to repress dissent against President Emerson Mnangagwa's government as fuel prices skyrocket.
  • Two Russian fighter jets collide over Sea of Japan

    Two Russian fighter jets collide over Sea of Japan

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    It cited a ministry source as saying that the pilot's health was "satisfactory". The sole rescued navigator was evacuated to Khabarovsk to receive medical treatment. According to Zvezda, an ongoing rescue operation continued in severe weather conditions on Friday involving six ships, three helicopters and three planes.
  • Group of 376 Central Americans illegally burrow under border fence in Arizona

    Group of 376 Central Americans illegally burrow under border fence in Arizona

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    Border Patrol spokesman Jose Garibay III said there was no concrete footing to prevent digging and that the group had been able to dig multiple holes without much difficulty so that everyone could get across quickly. In the case of this particular group, since most of the migrants were with their parents, they are supposed to be released into the US while they wait for the government to process their asylum applications - a law many say only encourages illegal immigration .
  • Judge to sentence ex-Chicago policeman for 2014 shooting of teen

    Judge to sentence ex-Chicago policeman for 2014 shooting of teen

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    His great uncle said the sentence reduced Laquan McDonald's life to that of "a second-class citizen" and "suggests to us that there are no laws on the books for a black man that a white man is bound to honor". The judge said there was no evidence that officers tried to hide or bury the evidence. Judge Stephenson pointed out that the police video at the centre of the case had been preserved.