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Voting in Scottish Labour's leadership contest has closed. Mr Sarwar, the party's health spokesman, has suggested his rival's approach risks turning Scottish Labour into the United Kingdom party's Scottish branch but Mr Leonard remains the bookmakers' favourite to be announced the victor in Glasgow this morning.
  • U's Nitish faction gets 'Arrow' symbol

    U's Nitish faction gets 'Arrow' symbol

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    Mr Yadav has been maintaining that the faction led by him is the real JD (U) though his faction's working president Chhotubhai Amarsang Vasava moved the poll panel staking claim over the party and its election symbol. "Both the groups submitted their written submissions and individual affidavits from the members of the legislature wing of the party and from the members of the national council, which is the apex representative body of the party as per the party constitution".
  • LA County Unemployment Rate Falls to 4.7 Percent

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    The San Bernardino County rate is lower than California's rate overall, which fell to 4.9 percent in October as the state's employers added 31,700 non-farm payroll jobs. Both the 3-month and the 6-month changes are better than reported last month. Tulare County farms lost 4,200 jobs month-over-month, while nonfarm industries lost 100 jobs.
  • Gillibrand: Bill Clinton should have resigned over Lewinsky affair

    Gillibrand: Bill Clinton should have resigned over Lewinsky affair

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    Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) said in today's climate President Clinton's actions would have garnered a "very different reaction". Ms. Gillibrand did tell the newspaper that she believed circumstances are different today, however, and what is now deemed a "fireable offense" was more tolerated in the 1990s.
  • Belgian court postpones Puigdemont decision

    Belgian court postpones Puigdemont decision

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    They face charges of rebellion and sedition, and a European arrest warrant was issued by Madrid. "The prosecutors asked for the execution of the European arrest warrant" issued by Madrid, lawyer Christophe Marchand told reporters afterwards at the Palace of Justice in Brussels.
  • Not money, give tech for farming, Chandrababu Naidu tells Bill Gates

    Not money, give tech for farming, Chandrababu Naidu tells Bill Gates

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    I expect we will be accelerating it (technology usage). More than half of India's population in engaged in agriculture, and three-fourths of rural women are engaged in agriculture. Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Friday said the state was topping various business and development-related indices in the country.
  • Fla. Dem Chair Apologizes After Women Complain About His 'Creepy' Behavior

    Fla. Dem Chair Apologizes After Women Complain About His 'Creepy' Behavior

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    Bittel was a controversial figure in Democratic politics even before Politico's revelations. Bittel said he is working with the party leadership to set a date for his departure. Politicians across the state called for Bittel's resignation, and he complied with a weakass apology. Bittel said the black caucus had played the " race card ", but Democrats of all colors were angry, some saying Bittel - billionaire chief of Miami Beach's Terranova Development Company - should resign.
  • Saudi

    Saudi "Divisive" Policies Harmful to Region

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    The Islamic Republic of Iran reiterates that its foreign policy has always been based on establishing friendly relations with all of its neighbours in the Persian Gulf and strengthening peace, security and prosperity in the region. Which brings us to another feature of the escalating Saudi-Iran war - Saudi Arabia's quasi-alliance with Israel. He is fostering Saudi fears and ambitions and is pushing Iran to a more aggressive attitude in the name of defense and resistance.
  • Families celebrate National Adoption Day

    Families celebrate National Adoption Day

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    Foster Friends of Acadiana partnered with the Department of Family and Child Services to match eleven families with fifteen children. "Once they adopt, they've adopted and that's it". McMenemy to finalize their adoption. The couple worked with a consultant to find Cayden, now five months old, and set up a private adoption, which took almost a year.
  • Fort Bragg sees number of reported sexual assaults grow

    Fort Bragg sees number of reported sexual assaults grow

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    In addition to Naval Station Norfolk , the Navy's largest base, the Army's Fort Hood in Texas, Joint Base San Antonio in Texas, Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington, Naval Base San Diego, and the Marine Corps' Camp Lejeune in North Carolina and Camp Pendleton in California have regularly received the highest tally of sexual assault reports in recent years.
  • Russian Federation lists media of possible

    Russian Federation lists media of possible "foreign agent" status

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    After being passed by the Senate, expected this month, the "foreign agent" amendments to an existing media law would enter force immediately on being signed by Russian President Vladimir Putin. "But sadly, the bill will not simply hurt foreign media, but worse, unjustifiably limit Russian citizens' right to access information and ideas", he said.
  • President Trump Present The List of Potential Supreme Court Judges

    President Trump Present The List of Potential Supreme Court Judges

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    President Donald Trump shakes hands with Judge Neil Gorsuch after he was sworn in as an Associate Supreme Court in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, U.S. "The President remains deeply committed to identifying and selecting outstanding jurists in the mold of Justice Gorsuch", the White House said in a statement .