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Mueller issued a subpoena to Germany's largest lender several weeks ago, forcing the bank to submit documents on its relationship with Trump and his family, according to a person briefed on the matter, who asked not to be identified because the action has not been announced.
  • Four dead after crash in Wexford between lorry and auto

    Four dead after crash in Wexford between lorry and auto

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    Four people have died following a serious road traffic collision that occurred in New Ross, Co Wexford on December 4. The four people - a couple in their 70s and their two sons, both in their forties - had come to Ireland from the USA for a family funeral.
  • Feds to seize guns over failed background checks

    Feds to seize guns over failed background checks

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    Gun owners who were targeted by the feds were either barred from purchasing a firearm due to their criminal backgrounds, mental health issues or other various problems. The spike in gun retrieval orders is attributed in part to the record 27.5 million background checks fielded by NICS examiners a year ago, USA Today reported .
  • Syrian Air Defense Shoots down 3 Israeli Missiles near Damascus Countryside

    Syrian Air Defense Shoots down 3 Israeli Missiles near Damascus Countryside

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    Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman said the missile strike targeted a military base near Kesweh, south of Damascus. It said the attack occurred around midnight on Monday. Israel has acknowledged carrying out repeated air and missile strikes in Syria since the outbreak of the bloody civil war six years ago to stop arms deliveries to Hezbollah, with which it fought a devastating 2006 conflict.
  • RBA ends the year with a 'hold' on the cash rate

    RBA ends the year with a 'hold' on the cash rate

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    Mortgage Choice chief executive John Flavell said while the RBA had left rates on hold they would eventually increase. Today's decision to leave the official cash rate on hold at 1.5% marks the 16th consecutive month that the cash rate has been left at this historically low setting.
  • Truck drivers around the country protest regulation changes

    Truck drivers around the country protest regulation changes

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    They also call it a safety hazard and a "terrorist's dream come true". The devices will automatically record the time drivers spend behind the wheel. Critics have organized to stop the rule. "The University of MI did a study where they hacked an ELD very easily". "They don't know whats going on out here".
  • Possible record warmth a prelude to wind, increasingly wintry weather

    Possible record warmth a prelude to wind, increasingly wintry weather

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    Wednesday , Dec. 6 - Sunny, with a high near 72. Before sunrise, the thermometer will read in the upper 60s but by the end of the day we'll be in the low 50s and upper 40s - a 30-plus degree difference from Monday to Tuesday . Monday night: Partly cloudy with a low around 35. Travelers on west-east highways especially should be prepared for sudden gusts that could temporarily cause problems controlling your vehicle, most affected will be high-profile vehicles such as trucks, trailers, ...
  • Tim Hardaway's injury might be worse than first thought

    Tim Hardaway's injury might be worse than first thought

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    Hardaway Jr. has averaged 30.3 FanDuel points per game this season. IN scored the first 12 points of the third quarter to push the lead to 78-40 and led 95-65 after three quarters. Next Up: The Knicks will jump on a plane directly after today's contest and fly to Indiana. The Pacers outscored NY 31-5 in the open floor. It's hard to figure out the Knicks for this game, but one point coach Jeff Hornacek will hammer at his team is to be more aggressive and get to the basket.
  • San Marcos officer killed by suspect while serving warrant

    San Marcos officer killed by suspect while serving warrant

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    The officer was pronounced deceased at 3:50 p.m.by Justice of the Peace Joann Prado. A suspect is in custody after a police officer who was serving a warrant was fatally shot in Texas on Monday, authorities said. Stapp also said Copeland was the first police officer in the department's history to be killed in the line of duty. "Along with everyone learning of a San Marcos police officer's murder today, I am deeply troubled and saddened".
  • United Nations political chief to visit North Korea

    United Nations political chief to visit North Korea

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    U.N. Undersecretary General for Political Affairs Jeffrey Feltman will travel to North Korea's capital Pyongyang from Tuesday to discuss "issues of mutual interest and concern", a U.N. The UN said that Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs Jeffrey Feltman is expected to visit Pyongyang from December 5 to 8. Feltman's visit will come a week after North Korea test-fired a new intercontinental ballistic missile apparently capable of striking the entire USA mainland.
  • Manafort and Russian Colleague Ghostwrote Editorial, US Says

    Manafort and Russian Colleague Ghostwrote Editorial, US Says

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    Manafort has proposed an $11.65 million bail package in exchange for lifting him from house arrest and electronic monitoring. Mueller's team allege that Manafort and a colleague were "ghostwriting an editorial in English regarding his political work for Ukraine" as recently as November 30.