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New MLS team could be named Footy McFooty Face

New MLS team could be named Footy McFooty Face

Coming in third is the under-appreciated nod to President Trump, the San Diego Bad Hombres with 100. The investor group for the new soon-to-be named team is backed by former USA national team star Landon Donovan. The San Diego group, now in the process of bidding for an MLS expansion spot, asked potential fans to brainstorm and submit a bunch of team names they might like to see. Read More

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US Air Power Bolsters Syrian Rebels Seeking to Retake Dam

US Air Power Bolsters Syrian Rebels Seeking to Retake Dam

By supporting the operation, which began Tuesday, the US -led coalition forces expect to encircle Raqqa, the de facto ISIS capital and the next major target after the fall of Mosul in Iraq. But regarding Raqqa, the SDF has for months announced an offensive to separate the city from its countryside and from the IS-held areas in the eastern province of Deir al-Zour. Read More

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Democrats are misguided in blocking Gorsuch

Democrats are misguided in blocking Gorsuch

Though Gorsuch largely demurred when asked his opinions on hot-button issues like abortion and the Trump administration's travel restrictions from six Muslim-majority countries. And that's not right, and we would have to change the rules to have the Supreme Court like everyone else. According to the Post , now-Justice Samuel Alito is the only Supreme Court nominee to face a cloture vote in past 47 years. Read More

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PAUL RYAN: 'Obamacare is the law of the land'

PAUL RYAN: 'Obamacare is the law of the land'

All of this should remind Republicans of the ugly corrupt bargains, politics and partisanship used by Democrats to cobble together the votes to pass Obamacare. "It'll remain law of the land until it's replaced", he said. Democrats believe this attempt, and failure, has left Republicans politically in charge of health care from now on. Read More

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U.S. rig count climbs by 20 in 10th weekly increase

U.S. rig count climbs by 20 in 10th weekly increase

Houston oilfield services company Baker Hughes Inc. said Friday that 652 rigs sought oil and 155 explored for natural gas this week. The offshore count, now at 18, is down ten rigs year-over-year. Texas remains the country's most active driller, adding eight rigs this week to 404. New Mexico saw a three-rig rise, while Alaska, California, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia gained one each. Read More

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United Kingdom landmarks join big switch-off for Earth Hour

GHGs are a key factor in climate change GHGs from County buildings have decreased by 22 percent since they were calculated in 2010, an achievement that surpasses the target of a 10 percent reduction from 2010. Knowing that we can do something to prevent climate change gives me this passion to want to do something about it and I think in the past few years I've realized more and more that I can reach out to people. Read More

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UK police arrest 10 in London attack probe, search 21 sites

UK police arrest 10 in London attack probe, search 21 sites

After ploughing his vehicle into a crowd of pedestrians, it's been reported that the perpetrator got out of the auto and continued his attack near Big Ben around Parliament Square by stabbing a police officer with a knife . Britain's most senior faith leaders gathered near the country's Parliament to mourn the victims of the attack and to express their condolences. Many suspects in British terrorist attacks or plots have had roots in Birmingham, England's second-largest city, and ... Read More

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IS conflict: Air strike 'kills dozens in village near Raqqa'

IS conflict: Air strike 'kills dozens in village near Raqqa'

Despite Turkey's concerns, the US military seems poised to work by, with and through the Syrian Democratic Forces and Syrian Arab Coalition to surround Raqqa, with the intent to seize the city by the summer. Activist run Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently said the school which had been sheltering 50 families had been leveled in the airstrike on Tuesday morning. Read More

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US State Dept. gives go ahead to controversial Keystone XL, permit issued

US State Dept. gives go ahead to controversial Keystone XL, permit issued

EDT. TransCanada needs presidential approval to build the remainder of the pipeline from Alberta , Canada to Steele City, Nebraska . Both projects had drawn massive protests and had been stalled by the Obama administration. He said TransCanada is committed to building long-term relationships with indigenous communities "based on respect, trust, open communication". Four days after Trump was sworn into office, he invited TransCanada to resubmit its application for the pipeline. Read More

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Three hurt in shooting near Lille metro station

Three hurt in shooting near Lille metro station

It is unclear if the attacker has been detained. A heavy police presence has been reported at the scene of the incident. Two others have allegedly been shot in the leg and neck. None of the injuries are life threatening. It has been reported that the attacker pulled up in a auto outside the station and targeted three youths. Read More

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Trump aide with Russia ties offers to talk to House panel

Trump aide with Russia ties offers to talk to House panel

One puzzling part of the dramatic announcement by Nunes was that the subject matter did not relate to the probe into election meddling by Russian Federation in 2016, or ties between Russian Federation and the Trump Campaign. "I just don't know the answer to that", Nunes said, asked whether the collection included the president's personal communications. Cummings said members of the Intelligence Committee are "privy to information that most members of Congress never see". Read More

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Repeatedly deported gang member accused of sexually assaulting 2-year-old

Repeatedly deported gang member accused of sexually assaulting 2-year-old

The Salvadoran national, Tommy Vladim Alvarado-Ventura, 31, pleaded not guilty in a Hempstead, New York courtroom on Thursday. According to police, Alvarado-Ventura was inside the apartment he shares with his girlfriend at 590 Fulton Ave.in Hempstead late Tuesday night with his girlfriend's 2-year-old daughter, 4-year-old son and another tenant of the apartment who was babysitting the children while their mother was at work. Read More

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OnePlus 3T Midnight Black's design shown off in brand-new video

OnePlus 3T Midnight Black's design shown off in brand-new video

OnePlus was bombarded with requests to expand the availability of the all-black version of the OnePlus 3T . Now the company in a new video have shared the journey of how Midnight Black was materialized. The catch, be that as it may, is that the new dark form of the OnePlus 3T will be by hard to purchase at launch due to high popularity. In fact, the OnePlus 3T has lacked this feature, but upcoming flagship is expected to sport it. Read More

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#BurnBabyBurn: White Supremacist Craig Cobb's Church Went Up in Flames

#BurnBabyBurn: White Supremacist Craig Cobb's Church Went Up in Flames

Environmental activists thought it was ok to set construction equipment on fire because they don't like the Dakota Access Pipeline. No one was reportedly inside of the church when the fire broke out, and no injuries have been reported . The 61-year-old white supremacist leader reportedly led vigilante patrols of Leith and threatened residents of the town, according to CBS. But Cobb's dream of an all-white community ended when he was jailed in November 2013 for terrorizing and menacing with ... Read More

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Space Station Astronauts Are Taking a Spacewalk Today

Space Station Astronauts Are Taking a Spacewalk Today

A second spacewalk by Pesquet and NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson is planned for Thursday, to reconnect cables to the relocated docking tunnel. Each mission will feature two astronauts from Expedition 50. The spacewalkers will replace cameras on the Japanese segment of the outpost. Radiators are used to shed excess heat that builds up through normal space station operation. Read More

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The Walking Dead - A New Frontier: Above the Law releases next week

The Walking Dead - A New Frontier: Above the Law releases next week

A New Frontier's (aka Season 3) third episode, Above the Law, is slated for release on 28th March for PS4, Xbox One, PC, iOS and Android. As Javier, players must struggle to find a role in his newly reunited family. A New Frontier is the third title in The Walking Dead series of games that the developer has produced over the years. Telltale has released a new trailer today, setting the stage for the continuing drama in the new episode. Read More

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Suspect in NYC Fatal Stabbing Was Racially Motivated

The investigation has led to the incident being deemed a hate crime, and police are continuing to look into his background. He then walked into the Midtown South Precinct on West 35th Street, asking for help. Monday. Police identified the suspect as James Harris Jackson. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in a statement he was appalled by the killing. Surveillance video showed Jackson fleeing the scene, and he turned himself in after he saw photos of himself on the news, police said. Read More

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China says US should respect China's air defense zone

China says US should respect China's air defense zone

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said that she was unaware of the issue, referring questions to the Defense Ministry. "The United States has its own ADIZs". Should Washington continue to order training missions and patrols ignoring China's claims, or should they be accepted? The pilots of the US Air Force B-1B Lancer bomber aircraft responded to the Chinese air traffic controllers, saying that they were conducting routine operations in worldwide airspace and did not ... Read More

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House Democrat says Republican undermines intel probe

Nunes said on CNN that after reading reports he was confident the Obama administration "had a pretty good idea of what President-elect Trump was up to and what his transition team was up to and who they were meeting with". Nunes likely was told after the fact that he got it wrong, that perhaps no one was caught in any intelligence net, and that Nunes had effectively set Trump off on another wild goose chase. Read More

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