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Franken already faced a Senate Ethics Committee investigation into previous claims by several other women that he groped them or sought to forcibly kiss them. A national conversation about sexual harassment has intensified this fall after the heavily publicized case of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, who was accused of many acts of sexual misconduct, including rape, by actresses and other women.
  • Instagram adds Stories Highlights and Archive

    Instagram adds Stories Highlights and Archive

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    Speaking of that, you can now create Stories Highlights to combine your photos and videos that you think are your best or that go together or that showcase the best of what you can do or offer. Instagram has rolled out two new tools - Stories Highlights and Stories Archive -for its Stories feature. From there, you can re-live your favourite stories (#memories).
  • Indiana Democratic Sen. Donnelly calls on Franken to resign

    Indiana Democratic Sen. Donnelly calls on Franken to resign

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    ET. "We can't just believe women when it's convenient", Casey tweeted . "I have listened to them". To achieve lasting change, we will need to fight this everywhere on behalf of everyone by insisting on accountability and working to bring more women into leadership in each industry to fundamentally shift the culture.
  • 9 terror plots foiled by British security this year

    9 terror plots foiled by British security this year

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    Rahman appeared with a co-defendant, 21-year-old Mohammed Imran, from Birmingham, who is also charged with preparing to commit acts of terrorism. London based Naa'imur Zakariyah Rahman, 20, who described himself in court as Pakistani British, was arrested last week and charged on Tuesday.
  • Pizza Hut testing beer delivery in Phoenix

    Pizza Hut testing beer delivery in Phoenix

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    A spokeswoman told Fortune that 1,700 out of Pizza Hut's 6,300 USA locations already have liquor licenses. When it expands the program beyond Phoenix, Pizza Hut expects to vary the menu according to regional preferences, a company executive told CNBC.
  • Spreading SoCal Wildfires Close Major Freeway, Shut Down Power; NatGas OK

    Spreading SoCal Wildfires Close Major Freeway, Shut Down Power; NatGas OK

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    HollywoodLifers , if you're in the Los Angeles area, stay safe. The fire burned up hillsides on the east side of the pass into expensive neighbourhoods that are now under evacuation orders. Wildfires have been burning throughout Southern California since Monday evening . Los Angeles Fire Department Chief Ralph Terrazas warned that the firefight is likely to continue until at least Friday.
  • SMU's Chad Morris emerges as top target at Arkansas

    SMU's Chad Morris emerges as top target at Arkansas

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    The Razorbacks promoted Hatfield's offensive coordinator, Jack Crowe, who had not been a head coach in more than a decade. Morris' offensive scheme was exactly what SMU needed, as it increased its scoring output by 16.7 points per game - the second-largest increase in the nation in 2015.
  • Willie Taggart Agrees To Join Florida State As Head Coach

    Willie Taggart Agrees To Join Florida State As Head Coach

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    Odell Haggins served as the Noles' interim head coach for the regular-season finale against Louisiana-Monroe. Taggart is leaving the Ducks after just one season, where he went 7-5. Taggart then made his return to Western Kentucky in 2010 when he was hired as their head coach. Taggart, a native of Bradenton, Florida, will be the Seminole's first full-time African-American head coach.
  • Russian Federation banned from Olympics, athletes can compete as 'neutral'

    Russian Federation banned from Olympics, athletes can compete as 'neutral'

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    Despite winning a best-in-field 33 medals at the Sochi games at the time, the official record books now show the Russians with 11 fewer, owing to punishments for the country's reportedly extensive and pervasive use of doping. "I very much regret that the International Olympic Committee made such a odd decision", Mikhail Fedotov, chairman of the Presidential Council on Human Rights, told Interfax on Tuesday.
  • Young man meets 81-year-old he befriended on 'Words with Friends'

    Young man meets 81-year-old he befriended on 'Words with Friends'

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    Find out more in the video above. The two were brought together by Rev. Amy Butler, a New York City pastor and the mother of a friend of Sleyon's. Still, while they may be all smiles in person, it sounds as though their games are fairly intense, with Spencer showing no signs of going easy on his pal despite being more than six decades her junior.
  • Singapore Airlines reroutes flights to avoid N Korean missiles

    Singapore Airlines reroutes flights to avoid N Korean missiles

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    The airline told the BBC that the crew flying from San Francisco to Hong Kong saw "what is suspected to be the re-entry" of a North Korean nuclear missile during a test. Given the arbitrary nature of the tests, it is possible that a North Korean missile could hit an airplane traveling through airspace near the launch site.
  • Yemen ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh killed by rebel forces

    Yemen ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh killed by rebel forces

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    Al Arabiya quoted a source in Saleh's GPC party as saying he was killed by a sniper. Saleh was once allied with the rebel Houthis, a Shiite group linked with Iran. Saudi-led air strikes are said to have targeted Houthi rebel positions, lending support to loyalists of the former president. Saleh has accused the Huthis of seeking to monopolise power and the rebels have accused the strongman of treason over his suspected contacts with Saudi Arabia.
  • Senators urge FCC to delay net neutrality vote

    Senators urge FCC to delay net neutrality vote

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    Schneiderman had argued that "hundreds of thousands of identical anti-net neutrality comments under the names and addresses of unwitting Americans" constitutes illegal impersonation and misuse of a person's identity. Schneiderman was joined on stage by democratic FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel, an Obama-era appointee who was reappointed by the Trump administration.
  • Future of Irish border remains an obstacle in Brexit talks

    Future of Irish border remains an obstacle in Brexit talks

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    London has broadly agreed to numerous EU's divorce terms, including paying out something like 50 billion euros. "This is not a failure", said Juncker. Ms Foster had issued a statement warning it would not accept "any form of regulatory divergence which separates Northern Ireland economically or politically from the rest of the UK".
  • Ending the weekend with warm and cloudy conditions

    Ending the weekend with warm and cloudy conditions

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    Sunday will be almost identical to Saturday with highs in most places climbing to 50 degrees or slightly warmer. Skies will be mostly clear across Mid-Michigan overnight. Winds will be light from the east. Shower chances increase during the afternoon as the front closes in, and become likely during the evening and overnight.
  • FBI agent removed from Mueller investigation over anti-Trump messages

    FBI agent removed from Mueller investigation over anti-Trump messages

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    Mueller's office removed Strzok after the Department of Justice inspector general discovered text messages he had exchanged about news events that could be considered anti-Trump, according to the Times and The Washington Post . "Just more Fake News covering another Comey lie!" A spokeswoman at the Justice Department said " we are aware of the allegation and taking any and all appropriate steps ".
  • Korea tensions rise ahead of US-South Korea joint military drill

    Korea tensions rise ahead of US-South Korea joint military drill

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    The Trump administration has repeatedly said all options are on the table in dealing with North Korea's ballistic and nuclear weapons programs, including military ones, but that it still prefers a diplomatic option. No, you know, I've seen no evidence of the investigation in any way impeding the important work that we're doing. Although North Korea has rejected accusations of such abuses, a 2014 United Nations report said North Korean security chiefs, possibly including the country's ...
  • Missing Florida teen found in NY; soccer coach arrested

    Missing Florida teen found in NY; soccer coach arrested

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    The auto matched the description of the vehicle Rodriguez and Frisina were believed to be driving. It's believed she had left voluntarily with him. As CrimeOnline previously reported , 17-year-old Caitlyn Frisina was reported missing from her Lake City home nearly a week ago and was believed to have left with Rian Rodriguez.
  • England land Belgium, Tunisia and Panama in 2018 World Cup draw

    England land Belgium, Tunisia and Panama in 2018 World Cup draw

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    Belgium, who also reached the Euro 2016 last eight, will open their campaign against World Cup debutants Panama in Sochi on June 18, before taking on Tunisia in Moscow on June 23. They are pushing the likes of Adam Lallana and Jordan Henderson. The question for Southgate is whether he goes with inexperience in the shape of Reuben Loftus-Cheek, Nathaniel Chalobah and Harry Winks, or plays safe by handing worldwide reprieves to Chris Smalling, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Daniel Sturridge and ...
  • Yemen's Saleh says 'citizens have revolted against Houthi aggression'

    Yemen's Saleh says 'citizens have revolted against Houthi aggression'

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    The Saudis want to restore the internationally-recognised government of President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi, who was forced into retreat and then exile by the fighting. The coalition accuses Saleh, who heads the General People's Congress party, of betraying his Arab neighbors by joining forces with the Houthi rebels.
  • Israeli Missiles Hit Military Site Near Damascus Outskirts

    Israeli Missiles Hit Military Site Near Damascus Outskirts

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    The Syrian army has fired at least four surface-to-air missiles at Israeli aircraft as the regime launched an attack against the western countryside of Syria's capital Damascus, reports say. "We will not allow that regime to entrench itself militarily in Syria, as it seeks to do, for the express goal of eradicating our state", said Netanyahu.
  • Senate Republicans now confident they will pass tax reform bill

    Senate Republicans now confident they will pass tax reform bill

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    Daines and Johnson announced their support for the Bill on Friday after winning more tax relief for non-corporate pass-through businesses. Because the House passed a different tax-slashing bill, the probable effect of Senate approval - provided the House doesn't pass the Senate's version - would be a conference committee in which lawmakers from both chambers fashion a compromise that could include elements of either bill.
  • Mortar Shell Barrage from Gaza Strip, IDF Retaliates

    Mortar Shell Barrage from Gaza Strip, IDF Retaliates

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    Seven Palestinians were killed in the initial attack, and Israel later said it had recovered the bodies of five more militants who were reported missing. Palestinians face near daily fire from forces while tending to their farmland near the border with Israel and while fishing within the reduced fishing area.
  • War criminal poisons himself in court after sentence is upheld

    War criminal poisons himself in court after sentence is upheld

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    A screengrab purporting to show wartime commander of Bosnian Croat forces Slobodan Praljak drinking what he said was poison in court. A Bosnian Croat war criminal has claimed to take poison while in court. Praljak was specifically charged with ordering the destruction of Mostar's 16th-century bridge in November 1993, which judges said "caused disproportionate damage to the Muslim civilian population".
  • Kentucky woman helps with White House Christmas Decorations

    Kentucky woman helps with White House Christmas Decorations

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    Now President Trump has vowed to take on the so-called war on Christmas. In 2017, that Christmas spirit is now on full display at the White House. The holiday celebrations get underway Monday with a party for the volunteer decorators and will continue into December with receptions and parties - sometimes two a day - for the next several weeks, including a party Friday for the news media.