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Omarosa joined President Trump's administration since January 20 as assistant to the president and the director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison. That person disputes that she was escorted out. Ryan durning an appearance on CNN's "Erin Burnett OutFront" reported that the fight began at one of two Christmas parties at the White House Tuesday night.
  • Austrian president approves coalition with the far-right

    Austrian president approves coalition with the far-right

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    Along with Kurz as chancellor, the People's Party will have seven ministers and one deputy, with responsibilities including the Finance, Economy and Justice Ministries. They said they would unveil details later on Saturday after meeting Austria's president and obtaining formal approval from their party leaderships.
  • Sydney man charged as 'agent' for North Korea

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    Police allege Chan has broken both United Nations and Australian sanctions. A 59-year-old Sydney man has been arrested and faces charges over a string of offences related to allegedly acting as an economic agent for the North Korean government .
  • Updates from 2017 Camellia Bowl

    Updates from 2017 Camellia Bowl

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    The rest of the defense has had a strong year as well, ranking 30th in total defense and racking up 21 turnovers. If for no other reason than the fact that Arkansas State has an advantage, numbers wise, over the Blue Raiders. MTSU allowed fewer than 200 passing yards in seven games this season. He has 13 sacks with 18.5 tackles for a loss. Senior defensive end Ja'Von Rolland-Jones is one of the nation's most productive pass-rushers.
  • Black Voters Are More Than Just an Election Resource

    Black Voters Are More Than Just an Election Resource

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    Jones victory was reminiscent of Barack Obama's stunning presidential victory in the 2008 presidential election as he defeated controversial Republican Judge Roy Moore , who was accused of child sexual abuse in the weeks leading up to the election.
  • BJP chief Amit Shah debuts in Rajya Sabha

    BJP chief Amit Shah debuts in Rajya Sabha

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    However, the judge allowed Yadav to draw his salary, allowances, perks and retain the bungalow allotted to him as a member of Parliament. BJP President Amit Shah on Friday made his debut in the Rajya Sabha and was seated in the front row, right next to the seats reserved for the Leader of the House and the Prime Minister.
  • The Future Of Bitcoin Futures

    The Future Of Bitcoin Futures

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    TD Ameritrade, which features the largest futures operation of any online brokerage, will allow bitcoin futures to be traded on its platform starting Monday. Anyway, looking at the CBOE front month futures for Bitcoin, it does look like the premiums factored in is reducing. Given the interest in bitcoin, why such small volumes? The guidelines are inclusive of other margin requirements such as Options Clearing Corp.'s 44 percent, required to clear contracts traded on the Cboe Global ...
  • Milder Saturday, rain chance Sunday

    Milder Saturday, rain chance Sunday

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    Temperatures rise into the mid-50s after a Saturday morning freeze (around 25ºF to 30ºF at sunrise); that's not 'warm , ' but it's an improvement! Right now we are going with a 30% chance of rain on Monday and a 50% chance of rain on Tuesday .
  • 'It was so wonderful': First same-sex marriages take place in Australia

    'It was so wonderful': First same-sex marriages take place in Australia

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    Meanwhile, another Melbourne couple will be married on Monday, after the office of Births Deaths and Marriage gave them permission to fast-track their wedding. The couple are in a race against time because Ms Willow has breast cancer, which has spread to her brain. The couple have been engaged for two years and only had to wait one week after the law was passed to be able to Wednesday.
  • President Kovind, PM Modi pay tributes to 1971 martyrs on Vijay Diwas

    President Kovind, PM Modi pay tributes to 1971 martyrs on Vijay Diwas

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    During the Indo-Pakistani war of 1971, the 3rd Grenadiers was given the task of establishing a bridgehead across the Basantar River in the Shakargarh Sector from 15-17 December 1971. Dwelling on the glorious role the courageous hearts from Uttarakhand played in the historic war, CM said that 248 soldiers from the state had sacrificed their lives in this war while 78 soldiers had been left injured.
  • Relief for Liberals as Bennelong byelection win saves Turnbull's majority

    Relief for Liberals as Bennelong byelection win saves Turnbull's majority

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    As voters prepare to cast their ballots in Sydney's Bennelong by-election, the latest Galaxy poll has put Liberal John Alexander a whisker ahead of Labor's Kristina Keneally. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull faces a nervous wait to learn the by-election, and Labor has sought to redefine today's poll as a referendum on his leadership.
  • Bethany Stephens Mauled By Her Own Dogs

    Bethany Stephens Mauled By Her Own Dogs

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    Bethany Lynn Stephens was tragically mauled to death by her dogs. Stephens' father had called the sheriff's office after he hadn't seen his daughter in a day. The investigation is said to be ongoing. She suggested that something may have happened to Stephens after walking the dogs, and the dogs then forced themselves out to help her.