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President Trump visits Huntsville in support of Luther Strange

President Trump visits Huntsville in support of Luther Strange

President Trump has backed unusual, but many Trump supporters and former Trump staffers, like Steve Bannon and Sebastian Gorka , are campaigning for Moore. Since then, he's won the endorsement of Rep. Mo Brooks, the third-place finisher, whose strength in his northern Alabama district makes places like Huntsville, where Trump will visit Friday and Vice President Mike Pence has planned a stop Monday, a battleground. Read More

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Kremlin says it's not involved in Russia-linked Facebook ads

Kremlin says it's not involved in Russia-linked Facebook ads

It wants that people should get full accounting and assessments of what happened in the 2016 Presidential elections so that the integrity of USA elections is maintained. "Well, I think all of these social media providers are faced with many challenges", Tillerson said on ABC's "Good Morning America", pointing to their use by militant groups around the world as well as in election campaigns. Read More

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Iran's Nuclear Deal Sparks Renewed Controversy at the UN General Assembly

French President Emmanuel Macron , who is making his maiden speech at the UNGA on Tuesday, said on Monday that Paris was committed to and supported the nuclear accord , known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA ). "He placed his decision on the Iran deal on broad context of how we protect American citizens, American interests, how we protect our allies and partners from Iran's broad range of destabilizing behavior". Read More

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To DACA Perchance to Dream

To DACA Perchance to Dream

Hours after U.S Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi was rattled by protesters at an event in San Francisco, the House Democratic Minority Leader found solace from a crowd at Sacramento State University. Trump and Pelosi share one trait - neither is known for talking with precision. On Monday, Pelosi, along with Reps. In August, U.S. Sen. They also demanded a "clean bill" without any provisions for additional border security, as Mr. Read More

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Turkey threatens new sanctions on Iraqi Kurdistan, ahead of independence referendum vote

Turkey threatens new sanctions on Iraqi Kurdistan, ahead of independence referendum vote

The Iraqi prime minister said Kurdish authorities were "playing with fire" by planning to hold the independence referendum . Ankara, Irbil- Kurdistan Region President Masoud Barzani asserted on Tuesday that the region has made a decision to proceed with the referendum next Monday and asked for an alternative guaranteeing independence to be presented in three days. Read More

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Detroit Lions get one of the craziest field goal bounces ever

Detroit Lions get one of the craziest field goal bounces ever

Turns out those moments were few and far between. "We've got to learn to get out of our own way", coach Ben McAdoo said Tuesday afternoon after the Giants' Monday night loss to the Lions . "I think anytime you end up getting that kind of pressure and getting five sacks against a very explosive offense with weapons they have, it's a good thing", Lions coach Jim Caldwell said. Read More

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White House Signals Support for Graham-Cassidy

White House Signals Support for Graham-Cassidy

John Hickenlooper of Colorado, Terence McAuliffe of Virginia, Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania, Jon Edwards of Louisiana , and Steve Bullock of Montana; Republican Govs. The aide wouldn't go into detail of what Trump said on the call . Republican Sen. Rand Paul has been one of its harshest critics, arguing it keeps 90 percent of the Affordable Care Act's regulations and taxes in place while " reshuffling " billions of dollars from Democratic-leaning states into red states. Read More

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India says Rohingya refugees threat to national security

India says Rohingya refugees threat to national security

The Rohingya people - majority Muslims - have accused the Myanmar military and Buddhists of Rakhine of responding with a brutal campaign against them. Although the refugee group is not specifically named in the ministry's press release, it clearly refers to the Rohingya, who have poured into Bangladesh in their thousands over the last few weeks. Read More

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Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen confirms broken right foot

Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen confirms broken right foot

The Panthers have not allowed a touchdown in two games after beating San Francisco 23-3 in Week 1. The good news, according to defensive end Rafael Addison, is that the best is yet to come. This is a very elusive and unsafe quarterback . He was targeted just once in the opener against the 49ers and three times against the Bills. They retained some players first off and then added others... Read More

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Trump threatens to 'totally destroy' North Korea

Trump threatens to 'totally destroy' North Korea

President Donald Trump slammed "rocket man" Kim Jong Un during his first speech to the United Nations this morning. In spite his skepticism about the value of worldwide organisations and the United Nations in particular, Trump will seek support for tough measures against North Korea , while pressing his "America First" message to the world body. Read More

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Louis police arrest 13 during protest of Stockley verdict

Louis police arrest 13 during protest of Stockley verdict

Louis police officer Jason Stockley on September 16, 2017 in St. Louis, Missouri. Video has emerged of protesters in St Louis running in fear as they are chased after by police officers firing projectiles into the crowd. "I'm committed to protecting everyone's constitutional right to protest peacefully, while also protecting people's lives, homes, and communities", Greitens said in a statement . Read More

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Rohingya crisis both humanitarian and security issue: Bangladesh minister

Rohingya crisis both humanitarian and security issue: Bangladesh minister

The conflict started when Rohingya militants attacked police posts in northern Rakhine, killing 12 security personnel. "We don't want Myanmar to be a nation divided by religious beliefs or ethnicities". "I don't know to what extent she's making the phone calls or giving instructions or what. They can not travel from one place to another by roads, railways or waterways", it said. Read More

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Dreamers sue Trump for ending DACA

Dreamers sue Trump for ending DACA

The lawsuit claims that because the city employs Dreamers, it would "suffer tangible losses" from Trump's DACA rescission. She knows of those who have left for states that are "a bit more welcoming" and have "more support for DACA recipients". Read More

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At Least 8 Dead At Florida Nursing Home After Irma

At Least 8 Dead At Florida Nursing Home After Irma

Authorities estimated the number of Florida residents without electricity at 4.9 million, but they expect those power failures should be remedied within ten days. He said most of the patients admitted to the hospital have been treated for respiratory distress, dehydration and heat-related issues. Florida's biggest utility lined up fix trucks in the Miami area, but officials say it could be more than a week before electricity is back for everyone. Read More

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Myanmar urged to grant global aid agencies access to Rakhine

Myanmar urged to grant global aid agencies access to Rakhine

On September 12, the United Nations refugee agency said the number of Rohingya Muslim refugees that have fled recent violence in Myanmar had spiked to about 370,000. Ashoke Barua, former secretary of the Bangladesh Buddhist Federation said violence against Rohingya in Buddhist-majority Myanmar is a blow to Buddhist philosophy of peace and tolerance. Read More

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Brandon Ingram and teammates go to watch Rams game together

Brandon Ingram and teammates go to watch Rams game together

Pryor caught six passes for 66 yards and Grant had four catches for 61. Gurley made the most of his second chance as he punched in the Rams first touchdown when he ran up the gut from the one-yard line with 9:59 remaining in the half. "We can fight through adversity and come back in a short week and play the way we know we can, or we can lay down". McVay also praised Gurley, and might want to see more. Read More

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Louisville Cardinals: 3 Bold Predictions

Louisville Cardinals: 3 Bold Predictions

The Cardinals are 2-0 on the season and now hold the No. 14 spot in the land. Utah State (1-1) at Wake Forest (2-0), 3 p.m.: The Aggies won 36-24 at home a year ago in the first meeting between the two teams. "It's kind of all 11 guys working together", Petrino said. "We just need to continue getting better technique-wise", senior linebacker Trevon Young said. Read More

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Florida Keys devastated by Irma, says governor

Florida Keys devastated by Irma, says governor

The most extensive damage was likely in the Naples area, but a full assessment was ongoing. Florida Gov. Rick Scott says the Navy has deployed the USS Iwo Jima, USS New York and the aircraft carrier Abraham Lincoln to help with search and rescue amid reports of devastation in the hurricane-battered Keys. Read More

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Hurricane Irma Makes Landfall

Hurricane Irma Makes Landfall

Officials still warn people to stay off the streets, even as the storm winds die down. About 400 miles north of Hurricane Irma's first landfall in South Florida, the coastal city of Jacksonville is being swallowed by water, with heavy rains and a record storm surge turning streets into churning rivers and wind-whipped waves crashing through windows. Read More

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe arrives on two-day visit to India

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe arrives on two-day visit to India

The new train can carry 750 passengers between PM Modi's home state Gujarat and Mumbai, the financial capital. - It was built in the previous year of the existence of Sultanate of Gujarat. "There's also the North Korean issue". It will welcome numerous Japanese nuclear companies after Fukushima shut down. Japan is pushing for over-the-counter sale of the US-2 aircraft produced by ShinMaywa Industries Ltd, which has a range of about 4,500 km and is suitable for search-and-rescue operations. Read More

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For $500, Oregon Turns Over Voter Data To Federal Panel

For $500, Oregon Turns Over Voter Data To Federal Panel

On Tuesday, at the commission's second meeting in (of all places) New Hampshire, Kobach defended his baseless claim , and was roundly rebuked by the committee's Democrats . In the same Minnesota election, more than a thousand felons illegally voted. In February 2016, a Project Veritas video sting caught numerous New Hampshire election officials telling people that they could vote in the primary even if they didn't live in New Hampshire or even intend to live in the state. Read More

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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand backs the Bernie Sanders 'Medicare for All' bill

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand backs the Bernie Sanders 'Medicare for All' bill

As more senators continue to co-sponsor @SenSanders 's bill, the #MedicareForAll train is gaining momentum! When Senator Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) released the "Better Deal" economic package proposal earlier in the year in an attempt to refocus and reclaim blue-collar Americans who voted for Trump, single-payer healthcare was noticeably absent. Read More

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More than 170K without power in Florida from Hurricane Irma

More than 170K without power in Florida from Hurricane Irma

Winds will gust between 30-40 miles per hour, though the higher elevation areas to the east and the far southeast portion of the WBRC First Alert viewing area could experience wind gusts up to 45-50 miles per hour. Hillsborough and Pinellas counties can see the same wind speeds with a greater risk for tornadoes in the northeast portion of Hillsborough County. Gov. Read More

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Gurgaon school murder: Protests outside Ryan International school in Navi Mumbai

Gurgaon school murder: Protests outside Ryan International school in Navi Mumbai

While huge protests continued for almost 3-4 days at the school's Gurgaon branch, several other parents are coming together to form committees and lay certain basic parameters to ensure security and safety of their children. "Action has been taken against management and owner of Ryan International School", Education Minister was quoted by The Indian Express . Amongst many other demands, the anxious parents wanted strict verification of staffers, peons and drivers. Read More

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