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Sports broadcaster and former model Leeann Tweeden also accused Franken, a former comedian once tipped as a possible White House candidate, of kissing her without her consent. Trump did not endorse Moore in the primary, spurning the desires of some of his anti-establishment supporters. Where do his hands go in pictures 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 while she sleeps?.
  • French foreign minister to meet Hariri in Saudi, says aide

    French foreign minister to meet Hariri in Saudi, says aide

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    Hariri resigned abruptly on November 4 while in Saudi Arabia, saying he believed there was an assassination plot against him and accusing Iran and its Lebanese ally Hezbollah of sowing strife in the Arab world. On Sunday night, he said in a television interview that he was free to leave Saudi Arabia and that he had left Lebanon in order to protect himself.
  • U.S. delegation in Israel to soothe concerns over Syria ceasefire deal

    U.S. delegation in Israel to soothe concerns over Syria ceasefire deal

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    Needless to say, the Israeli defense apparatus is unhappy, realizing there is no willingness on the part of the super powers o actually challenge Iran's expansionism in Syria. "We maintain the right to act freely and the only consideration guiding us is the security of the state of Israel", he said. We will not allow Syria to become a front line against the state of Israel.
  • Launch of NOAA's JPSS-1 slips 24 hours

    Launch of NOAA's JPSS-1 slips 24 hours

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    JPSS-1, which will be known as NOAA-20 when it reaches polar orbit, will join the Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership (Suomi NPP), a joint NOAA-NASA weather satellite, giving the US the benefit of two, sophisticated polar satellites in the same orbit.
  • Decision day arrives for same-sex marriage in Australia — Postal survey results

    Decision day arrives for same-sex marriage in Australia — Postal survey results

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    The good news is that the turnaround time for the Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey is going to be quite fast. That will be all for nothing - or the $122 million cost of the survey - if a "no" vote prevails. Senator Paterson said he was a supporter of same sex marriage but also believed there was a need for religious freedoms to be protected. But then after the marriage ceremony, the Bill remains silent on what happens if, say, a school teaches that marriage is between a man and a woman.
  • Iran pledges swift aid after major quake kills 400

    Iran pledges swift aid after major quake kills 400

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    The country marked a day of mourning for those killed in the 7.3-magnitude quake that struck a mountainous region spanning the Iran-Iraq border late Sunday. Rouhani said his administration will probe the cause of so much damage to buildings constructed under a state-owned program in the quake-stricken area along the border with Iraq.
  • European Union launches new era in defense cooperation

    European Union launches new era in defense cooperation

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    European Union member states will be able to develop military capabilities, invest in joint projects and increase the readiness of their troops. "We are agreeing on the future cooperation on security and defence issues ... The notification letter said PESCO "shall be consistent with commitments" under North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. "The real problem is not how much we spend, it is the fact that we spend in a fragmented manner".
  • Roy Moore Threatens Lawsuit Over Story That Threatens Campaign

    Roy Moore Threatens Lawsuit Over Story That Threatens Campaign

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    Nelson said she first met Moore when she was 15 and he was a regular at the restaurant where she worked. When asked if Republicans are encouraging a write-in campaign for another GOP candidate, McConnell said it's "an option we're looking at, whether or not there is someone who could mount a write-in campaign successfully".
  • FBI Stats Show Rise in Hate Crimes Last Year

    FBI Stats Show Rise in Hate Crimes Last Year

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    Hate crimes in Maryland, however, have decreased 14 percent, according to the data. The law center and other watchdog groups have blamed the spike in extremist groups and hate speech to the divisive presidential election past year. Greenblatt. Crimes were also committed against victims due to their religion or sexual orientation . The number of participating agencies also varies from year to year.
  • Leaders of S. Korea, China mend ties, reaffirm efforts to denuclearize N

    Leaders of S. Korea, China mend ties, reaffirm efforts to denuclearize N

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    The leaders of South Korea and China, moon Jae-In and XI Jinping have agreed on the peaceful settlement of relations with North Korea. The two last met in Berlin in July before the Group of 20 summit in Hamburg, Germany. Indonesia and South Korea established diplomatic ties in 1973. Moon said to Xi during the meeting, "Korea-China relations briefly faced difficulty, but on the other hand, it was an opportunity to reconfirm how valuable we are to one another".
  • Yemen's Top Figure Warns Saudi Arabia against Attacking Hodeidah Port

    Yemen's Top Figure Warns Saudi Arabia against Attacking Hodeidah Port

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    Yemen's national airline said on Sunday it still lacks the security permits needed to resume commercial flights, a day after the transport minister said some flights would be allowed as a nationwide blockade is eased. Al Masirah said the decision to threaten coalition vessels was taken after a meeting of naval officials who had discussed the possible response to the closure of Yemeni ports.
  • Platform collapses at San Diego gym, injuring 21 children

    Platform collapses at San Diego gym, injuring 21 children

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    Apart from that, two adults between the ages of 46 and 72 were also injured when the 20-by-30 foot wooden deck and stairwell collapsed. One child possibly suffered a moderate spinal cord injury due to the way he fell and a second child suffered a possible moderate head injury, the San Diego Fire Department said.
  • Trump feels insulted being called 'old' by Kim Jong Un

    Trump feels insulted being called 'old' by Kim Jong Un

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    Trump has traded insults and threats with Kim in the past amid escalating tensions over Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programs as North Korea races toward its goal of developing a nuclear-tipped missile capable of reaching the USA - something Trump has vowed to prevent.
  • Earthquake Strikes Iraq-Iran Border

    Earthquake Strikes Iraq-Iran Border

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    At least six people are dead following Sunday's 7.3 natural disaster near the Iraqi city of Halabja, close to the Iraq-Iran border. Iran's state TV reported that at least eight villages were damaged in the natural disaster. No casualties have yet to be reported. 'The quake was felt in several Iranian provinces bordering Iraq. Many residents in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad rushed out of houses and tall buildings in panic.
  • Arab League to hold snap meeting on Iran at Saudi request

    Arab League to hold snap meeting on Iran at Saudi request

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    Referring to the Saudi claim, the French President had raised the prospect of possible sanctions with regard to those activities. This came after " its [Iran's] Houthi proxy " in Yemen fired a missile towards the Saudi capital last week. Tehran says it has no plans to build nuclear-capable missiles and the missile programme is for defence purposes. "What we have seen, clearly from the results of the ballistic missile attacks, that there have been Iranian markings on those missiles, that's ...
  • Woman Pleads Guilty To Incest After Marrying Her Mother

    Woman Pleads Guilty To Incest After Marrying Her Mother

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    Authorities say a state Department of Human Services child welfare investigator discovered information which led them to believe Misty and Patricia Spann were actually involved in an incestuous relationship. Misty filed for the marriage to be annulled "by reason of illegality and fraud". In the complaint, Misty stated that her mother "consulted with three separate attorneys who advised there would be no problem with the marriage".
  • Pittsburgh Breaks Record Low Temperature On Veterans Day

    Pittsburgh Breaks Record Low Temperature On Veterans Day

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    Highs will climb into the mid-40s as the sun tries its best, but it will still feel in the teens with a 5 to 10 miles per hour wind. The temps were expected to plunge to 22 degrees early Saturday morning, which would shatter the mark for the record-low for November 11 of 28 degrees set in 1933.
  • Mueller reportedly investigating Flynn over plot to grab Muslim cleric in Poconos

    Mueller reportedly investigating Flynn over plot to grab Muslim cleric in Poconos

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    President Trump's former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn is accused of plotting to forcibly remove a Muslim cleric living in the US and delivering him to Turkey in exchange for millions of dollars. Lawyers for Flynn and his son declined to comment to the Journal . The probe into the alleged Gulen plot is part of Mueller's larger investigation into alleged improper contacts between Trump representatives and agents of the Russian government during and after the 2016 US presidential ...
  • Injured After Driver Plows Car Into Crowd in France

    Injured After Driver Plows Car Into Crowd in France

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    French police clarified however, that the 28-year-old driver is not on a security watch-list and after an investigation the public prosecutor said there are no indications that the vehicle attack was an act of terrorism. All three of the victims, one woman and two men, are said to be in their early 20s. An attempted murder investigation has been opened, he said. The college campus comprises of several postgraduate courses including journalism, computer science, real estate and business.
  • TSA Fails 80 Percent Of Undercover Screening Tests, Seeks 3D Scanners

    TSA Fails 80 Percent Of Undercover Screening Tests, Seeks 3D Scanners

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    Sacramento International Airport officials are urging passengers to get to the airport two hours before their flight as new security measures are now in place at TSA. Despite TSA's incredibly poor evaluation on the undercover tests this year, in 2015, DHS found that the agency failed 95 percent of tests aimed at stopping covert inspectors from smuggling weapons, explosive materials or other potentially deadly objects through screening.
  • Nation's First Driverless Shuttle Involved in Collision - in First Hour of Service

    Nation's First Driverless Shuttle Involved in Collision - in First Hour of Service

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    The city of Las Vegas is working hard on becoming a go-to destination for testing self-driving cars and the driverless shuttles are part of that program. It seats eight people and has the ability to immediately brake automatically or manually in case anything crosses its path. AAA chose Las Vegas for the launch because of the state's progressive regulations on autonomous vehicles , heavy investment in innovation, the high volume of visitors and a sunny, dry climate that's favorable for ...
  • Last Islamic State town in Syria falls

    Last Islamic State town in Syria falls

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    REUTERS/Sabratha municipality media office/HandoutA view shows damage at the scene after an airstrike by US warplanes against Islamic State in Sabratha, Libya, in this February 19, 2016 handout picture. The Syrian government has sworn to recapture territory held by the SDF, including Islamic State's former capital Raqqa and oil and gas fields east of the Euphrates.
  • Syria signs Paris climate agreement

    Syria signs Paris climate agreement

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    Nor that Canada won't meet its 2020 or 2030 United Nations greenhouse gas reduction targets unless it buys billions of dollars worth of useless carbon offsets on fraud-ridden global carbon markets. In June the U.S. said it would withdraw, but the rules of the agreement state that this can not be done until 2020. The UN is hosting the COP23 climate change conference this week in Bonn , Germany.