• At rally, Trump paints bleak picture of Democratic control

    At rally, Trump paints bleak picture of Democratic control

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    A spokesman for the South Carolina Republican Party, Joe Jackson, confirmed that the state party voted Saturday against holding a presidential primary next year. Prior to the official announcement, Trump took aim at Sanford, foreshadowing the attacks to come by branding the former governor and congressman "Mr".
  • Trump Lies About Scottish Airport for No Apparent Reason

    Trump Lies About Scottish Airport for No Apparent Reason

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    Constitution". In a statement released Sunday evening, the Air Force admitted that while those crews appeared to follow all guidelines and procedures, staying at the president's higher-end hotels might be allowed "but not advisable". The property lost $4.5 million in 2017, but revenue went up $3 million in 2018. Trump "played a direct role in setting up" the deal at the time , the Times said.
  • US, Taliban keep open door to talks after summit scrapped

    US, Taliban keep open door to talks after summit scrapped

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    Trump's tweets on such occasion are surprising who has damaged his own reputation", he said. If not, then we are already on the battlefield of jihad. Badakhshan never fell under Taliban control when the militants ruled the country in the 1990s, but several districts in the province have been overrun by the militants in recent years.
  • Florida-bound evacuees from Bahamas asked to get off ferry

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    Speaking to reporters outside the White House, the president - who has made strict immigration regulations a pillar of his presidency - said that "everyone needs totally proper documentation". "If they worked with us, we would have been there to facilitate that process", an official told Entin. Crew members aboard the Balearia in Freeport, Grand Bahama , told 119evacuees without valid US visas they would have to disembark because US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) warned "in a ...
  • Hurricane Dorian makes landfall in Canada

    Hurricane Dorian makes landfall in Canada

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    By Friday evening, Gov. Roy Cooper said officials weren't aware of serious injuries from the storm on the Outer Banks. As Dorian closed in on the Maritimes, it strengthened to become a Category 2 hurricane with sustained winds reaching 160 km/h.
  • ‘US spy’ worked in Russian president’s office

    ‘US spy’ worked in Russian president’s office

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    According to CNN's sources, the spy had access to Putin and could even provide images of documents on the Russian leader's desk. The CIA vehemently denied this charge. A CIA spokeswoman responding to the CNN report called the assertion that Trump's handling of intelligence drove the reported extraction "misguided speculation".
  • Congress returns from recess with guns, trade, shutdown on agenda

    Congress returns from recess with guns, trade, shutdown on agenda

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    Lawmakers face a slate of new business , but perhaps none more prominent or pressing than the rising trend of shooting attacks in the United States. Congresswoman Veronica Escobar, who represents El Paso, noted that the Odessa shooter used such a loophole to buy the assault rifle he used in his August 31 rampage, and condemned those who have opposed closing that gap.
  • Typhoon Faxai: Storm cuts power to 900,000 homes

    Typhoon Faxai: Storm cuts power to 900,000 homes

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    Several railway and subway operators' suspended services and flights were cancelled at Tokyo airports. A woman in her 50s died in Tokyo after she was smashed against a building by strong gusts, according to security camera footage. However, the Tokyo Disaster Prevention Management warned residents to remain alert for strong winds. The severe weather in Japan comes after a separate typhoon, Lingling, lashed the Korean Peninsula over the weekend, leaving five people dead in North ...