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Nevertheless, citing the Cuban government, Jeff Flake (R-AZ), a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, argues the United States has found " no evidence " that the communist country is behind the attacks. diplomats and their family members and the State Department's response. President Trump and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson have said that Cuba is responsible for the sonic attacks.
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    Rain Moves In, Then Cold Air Returns

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    Wednesday night: Snow. Patchy blowing snow after 9 p.m. Southeast wind 5 to 10 miles per hour. Winds could gust as high as 45 miles per hour. The chance of precipitation is 90 percent. Thursday , mostly sunny, with a high near 27. Sunday: Sunny, with a high near 46. Night: Partly cloudy to mostly clear and cold with west winds around 5 miles per hour.
  • Falcons take down Rams 26-13, while Titans beat Chiefs 22-21

    Falcons take down Rams 26-13, while Titans beat Chiefs 22-21

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    Catching a touchdown, throwing a huge block, and running the football, Marcus Mariota did everything for the Tennessee Titans against the Kansas City Chiefs in the wild-card round of the playoffs. "They're very fast", Henry said of the Chiefs . "A player of his calibre, not having him out there hurts". Henry rushed for 156 yards on 23 rushes .
  • Macron urges European unity to face rising China

    Macron urges European unity to face rising China

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    Earlier Tuesday, Macron struck a rare jarring note when he urged Chinese to open their markets wider and warned lack of action might prompt other countries to close their own. Ahead of the ceremony, Chinese online retailer JD.com announced plans to sell French goods worth two billion euros (US$2.4 billion) to Chinese consumers over the next two years - including high-end wine and cognac - and spend 100 million euros on French industrial products.
  • Alabama's Doug Jones, Minnesota's Tina Smith sworn in as Democratic senators

    Alabama's Doug Jones, Minnesota's Tina Smith sworn in as Democratic senators

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    But, Senator Shelby's office tells WAAY 31 no one from Jones' team ever asked Shelby to do the honor. Former Vice President Joe Biden, a longtime friend of Jones , accompanied the new lawmaker into the Senate chamber. Jones said for that reason, Wednesday will feel something like a homecoming, bringing his career full circle. Biden campaigned for Jones in Alabama and recorded a robocall for his fellow Democrat in the final days of the campaign.
  • Israeli TV airs audio of Netanyahu's son outside strip…

    Israeli TV airs audio of Netanyahu's son outside strip…

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    It appears that Yair Netanyahu's government-paid driver made the stealthy recording, shopping it around before it was aired. "My dad set up 20 billion dollars for your dad, and you're fighting with me about 400 shekels?" The leader's son, Yair Netanyahu, is heard in an audio recording suggesting his friend, Ori Maimon, should give him money to tip a dancer because Benjamin Netanyahu pushed through a deal benefiting his father, gas tycoon Kobi Maimon.
  • Joe Arpaio is running for Senate

    Joe Arpaio is running for Senate

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    Senate. Though many groups brought class-action lawsuits against the former sheriff for discrimination and misappropriating state funds, in July of previous year, a federal judge found Apaio guilty of criminal contempt in a racial-profiling case.
  • Akash Dadlani out of Bigg Boss

    Akash Dadlani out of Bigg Boss

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    While the show is getting intense, we have listed a few pros and cons of one of the most-loved contestants of the season - Shilpa - and her journey inside the house. Cruising towards the grand finale, Bigg Boss 11 is now in its penultimate stage with just 4 contestants left to battle it out for the title of 'Winner of Bigg Boss 11 .' And in the next four days, the victor will be announced.
  • Trump should kill the Iran nuclear deal, for the dissidents and protesters

    Trump should kill the Iran nuclear deal, for the dissidents and protesters

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    He further stated that the government is mismanaged and that it was not from a lack of economic sources. But, the success of this movement this time around will also require timely backing from the United States and the global community. The demonstrations, mostly due to stagnant wages and low employment opportunities for Iranian youth, have rocked the country for almost two weeks.