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Fox's Laura Ingraham, for example, played along with Trump's idea for a "fake news" contest: "This is really amusing". Trump declared himself the "favorite" president and said the victor will get a "fake news trophy". After Blitzer spoke, CNN commentator and former State Department spokesman, retired Rear Admiral John Kirby said Trump's tweets are putting in danger the lives of American journalists overseas.
  • Christmas trees go up in price

    Christmas trees go up in price

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    We're thankful for that", said Willie Cooper, who is selling trees with the Boys and Girls Club. The shortage of Christmas trees has spread to other parts of the country. "The clock on perishability starts when the tree is inside the home". "We plant in the spring, March or April usually", he said. "If there were no Christmas trees, where would Santa put your presents?" Tree cause 250 home fires a year, according to the National Fire Protection Association.
  • Man accused of gunning down Texas State Trooper is arrested

    Man accused of gunning down Texas State Trooper is arrested

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    Police in Waller County say the suspect who shot and killed a DPS trooper in Freestone County was engaged in a shooting with deputies Thursday. "Officials in Limestone and Freestone counties came together to conduct a massive search for Black and described him as a black male, 5' 11" weighing 175 pounds.
  • Hafiz Saeed cut the cake celebrate his release, aired video msg

    Hafiz Saeed cut the cake celebrate his release, aired video msg

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    Saeed has repeatedly denied involvement in the 2008 Mumbai violence in which 10 gunmen attacked targets in India's largest city, including two luxury hotels, a Jewish center and a railway station. He said after a long deliberation by the officials concerned it has been chose to follow the review boards decision. "I tell him he was ousted, because he committed treason against Pakistan by developing friendship with Modi, killers of thousands of Muslims", Saeed said.
  • India asks Pakistan to guarantee security of Kulbhushan Jadhav's wife

    India asks Pakistan to guarantee security of Kulbhushan Jadhav's wife

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    He informed that India has sought sovereign guarantee from the government of Pakistan to ensure safety, security of both Kulbhushan Jadhav's mother and wife. He also asserted that offer of such a meeting does not absolve Pakistan of the violations of the Vienna Convention on consular access and not following the due process in treating Jadhav who faces death sentence through a "farcical process and on concocted charges".
  • Hottest Thanksgiving Day ever in the forecast for Arizona

    Hottest Thanksgiving Day ever in the forecast for Arizona

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    Afternoon temperatures will be a handful of degrees below average. Farther northwest towards the Lehigh Valley, Poconos, and Berks County, only a brief shower or two fell, with rainfall amounts of only a trace to one-hundredth of an inch of rain falling and some places staying dry altogether.
  • Alabama State Police increase patrols for Thanksgiving holiday

    Alabama State Police increase patrols for Thanksgiving holiday

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    Kriste Kibbey Etue, director of the MSP. "Today we're trying to do our traveling, all the little last minute details, spend some quality time with my aunt and my daughters". "Each holiday travel period, troopers investigate wrecks that could have been preventable, had the drivers put safety first". Halford said Troop F helped 129 motorists over Thanksgiving weekend previous year.
  • Patrick Beverley to Miss Remainder of Season

    Patrick Beverley to Miss Remainder of Season

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    His timetable for a return is approximately nine months, which is near the end of August 2018. The Clippers acquired Beverley, a shooting guard, in a multi-player trade with the Houston Rockets for Paul during the offseason. As one of the team's best defenders and hustle players, the loss is a huge blow to a Clippers team facing some real bad luck right now. Beverley is expected to miss the remainder of the 2017-18 National Basketball Association season.
  • Russian Federation confirms radiation release, possible nuclear incident

    Russian Federation confirms radiation release, possible nuclear incident

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    A radioactive cloud over Europe suggested an accident had happened at a nuclear plant in either Russian Federation or Kazakhstan at the end of September. On Monday, Rosgidromet said the isotope was detected in Tatarstan and southern Russian Federation, and had eventually reached "all European countries starting in Italy and toward the north of Europe " from 29 September.
  • Trump Administration Ends Temporary Protection for Haitians

    Trump Administration Ends Temporary Protection for Haitians

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    According to DHS figures, 58,706 people from Haiti were protected under the status nationwide. "This is unfair to a country that has been going through so much, a political, social and economic situation", Dupuy said. Bush and Barack Obama, the TPS program for Haitians was regularly extended continuously. Countries that are now covered Haiti, Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua, Nepal, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen.
  • Kashmir: At least three LeT militants killed in Kupwara district

    Kashmir: At least three LeT militants killed in Kupwara district

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    A search operation was then launched in the area. Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police S P Vaid confirmed the report and hailed the security forces for their "excellent work". Security forces launched a search operation at Magam in Handwara area of Kupwara district in north Kashmir, following a tip-off, a police official said.
  • President Trump shutting down his charitable foundation

    President Trump shutting down his charitable foundation

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    The Trump Foundation sent a $158,000 donation to the Martin Greenberg Foundation the day the case settled, according to the Post . Schneiderman's press secretary, Amy Spitalnick , noted that the Trump Foundation could not fully dissolve until the state investigation into its activities had concluded.
  • Minn. turkeys seeking Thanksgiving pardon must strut stuff

    Minn. turkeys seeking Thanksgiving pardon must strut stuff

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    President Trump was joined by First Lady Melania and their son Barron, as he pardoned Drumstick. A reporter yelled out to ask President Donald Trump if he would "pardon any people" Tuesday as he performed the tradition of presidents pardoning a turkey before Thanksgiving .
  • Donald Trump Just Basically Endorsed Alleged Pedophile Roy Moore

    Donald Trump Just Basically Endorsed Alleged Pedophile Roy Moore

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    Later on in the conversation, after MSNC political analyst Elise Jordan said it seemed to be an odd political calculation of Trump's to back Moore when Democrat Doug Jones seems to have all the momentum, Heilemann claimed that "Trump sees himself in Roy Moore ", adding that the cries of "fake news" appeal to him.
  • Lebanon's Hariri holds talks with Egypt President Sisi in Cairo

    Lebanon's Hariri holds talks with Egypt President Sisi in Cairo

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    Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri arrived in Beirut late on Tuesday, ending a near-three-week absence to address a political crisis that's drawn in regional and global powers and raised concern that the fragile country would again be caught in a showdown between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
  • Marcus Allen Here's Why I Admire Marshawn Lynch

    Marcus Allen Here's Why I Admire Marshawn Lynch

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    Players who have taken a knee or sat during the national anthem the past two seasons have done so to protest police brutality and systemic injustices against people of color in the United States. Trump asked when the three were going to thank him, and then he took to Twitter Sunday to call out LaVar Ball for being ungrateful for what the President did.
  • Former Union Minister Priya Ranjan Dasmunsi dead

    Former Union Minister Priya Ranjan Dasmunsi dead

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    The seventy-two-year-old Dasmunsi had suffered a brain stroke in 2008 and was admitted to AIIMS. Dasmunsi died in Delhi's Apollo hospital at 12 10 am, the hospital sources said. He was also the first Indian to serve as a match commissioner in a FIFA World Cup game. "He did notable work to popularize football in India", Modi tweeted.
  • Alibaba Pushes Deeper Into Retail With $2.88 Billion Investment

    Alibaba Pushes Deeper Into Retail With $2.88 Billion Investment

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    The deal will give Sun Art access to Alibaba's digital ecosystem, providing new digitised retail solutions including online and offline integration, fulfilment and customer experiences. Shares of Sun Art Retail Group, which were postponed on November 13, restarted on Monday and were declined 5.3 percent in morning trade, while the benchmark index was flat.
  • Tsunami Waves Observed After Quake Off New Caledonia

    Tsunami Waves Observed After Quake Off New Caledonia

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    It comes after a magnitude 6.4 quake struck in the same area, 74km east of the Loyalty Islands in New Caledonia earlier on Monday. PTWC warns that follow-up waves may occur at intervals of five minutes to an hour, and may be higher than before.
  • Arab League stance on Iran ´worthless´, says Tehran

    Arab League stance on Iran ´worthless´, says Tehran

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    Lebanon, where Hezbollah is a key member of a coalition government, and Iraq, a majority Shiite nation bound by close political and religious ties to Iran , stated their reservations about the harsher parts of the resolution, including one that branded Hezbollah a "terrorist" organization.
  • Israeli Minister Recognizes Israel's Secret Ties With 'Many' Arab States

    Israeli Minister Recognizes Israel's Secret Ties With 'Many' Arab States

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    The Arab ministers Sunday called the firing of the missile an "aggression" against Saudi Arabia and a "threat to the Arab and global security". On November 10, a panel appointed by the UN Security Council sent a confidential letter to diplomats, which states that it has seen no proof of Saudi Arabia's claims that Iran was responsible for the recent missile attack by the Yemeni Houthi rebels targeting Riyadh, the US-based investigative website The Intercept reported on Friday.
  • Hice: One step closer to tax reform, relief

    Hice: One step closer to tax reform, relief

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    The House voted - and passed - its tax overhaul bill today (11/16). A November 9 letter to House members by the chairmen of three U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' committees outlined what they called "many deficiencies" in the bill and that the bill places "new and unreasonable burdens on families".
  • Trump delays policy on importing elephant parts

    Trump delays policy on importing elephant parts

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    Animal rights advocates and environmental groups criticized the decision. Trump tweeted late Friday that he was reversing course for the time being. President Donald Trump said Friday that he has chose to put a decision about big-game trophies on hold. The population in Zimbabwe was found to have declined 6 percent overall, but some regions in the country reported populations were down as much as 74 percent.
  • Clinton jokes she's resigning from the 'Fox News presidency'

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    The president's tweet follows a recent interview with Mother Jones , in which Clinton claimed "there are lots of questions about its legitimacy" of last year's election. "I don't understand a lot about how he got away with so many attacks and insults and behaviors that allowed him to win the presidency", the publication reported Clinton as saying.