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Ronny Johnson spent almost an hour answering questions about President Trump's health after conducting a physical at Walter Reed Medical Center last week. "I told the president if he had a healthier diet over the last 20 years he might live to be 200". Trump is the oldest person ever elected as U.S. president for the first time, and his decisions during his first year in office have raised plenty of hackles (most recently, he reportedly called a number of countries "s***holes" from which ...
  • NZ supportive of new United Nations sanctions against North Korea

    NZ supportive of new United Nations sanctions against North Korea

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    The US-drafted resolution caps exports of refined petroleum products to North Korea at 500,000 barrels per year, and crude oil supplies at 4 million barrels. The Trump administration has sponsored a global campaign of "maximum pressure" against North Korea , focused on expanding sanctions and pressing states to implement their obligations under existing worldwide sanctions .
  • Parents arrested after children found chained in house

    Parents arrested after children found chained in house

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    City officials could find no records that the fire department conducted required annual inspections at a California home that doubled as a private school where authorities say 13 malnourished siblings were allegedly kept captive in filthy conditions by their parents.
  • U.S. singer accuses ex-Trump aide of sexual assault

    U.S. singer accuses ex-Trump aide of sexual assault

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    Politico first reported last week that Villa alleged that Lewandowski had inappropriately touched her at a November party to celebrate Trump's first year in office. 'I was initially fearful to come forward with this, ' she said, adding that she did not want to bring shame or embarrassment on Lewandowski's family or hers.
  • Trump's Allies Are Working Harder Than Ever to Prove He's Not Racist

    Trump's Allies Are Working Harder Than Ever to Prove He's Not Racist

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    During the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing Wednesday, Nielsen said she did not recall the president describing some African and Latin American nations as " s***hole " countries. "If they're threatening to prosecute state and local officials, it raises a number of concerns, including if they end up going after state or local officials who have been outspoken in opposing the Trump administration's draconian and unlawful immigration enforcement policies".
  • Glenn Frey Widow Sues Hospital You Killed My Husband

    Glenn Frey Widow Sues Hospital You Killed My Husband

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    She said they failed to treat her husband's ulcerative colitis and associated diseases, diagnose and treat his infections and respiratory issues and did not give proper medical advice. Glenn Frey was left sick and suffering during his dying days because of the poor treatment at a hospital. according to a new suit filed by his widow.
  • Trump reacts to reports of FBI deputy director's retirement

    Trump reacts to reports of FBI deputy director's retirement

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    In May, Trump fired him for allegedly mishandling the Bureau's probe into Hillary Clinton's private email server. Trump's misleading tweet is alluding to McCabe's wife, Dr. "James Baker, who is stepping down as FBI General Counsel, served our country incredibly well for 25 years & deserves better". Andrew McCabe , who's served as director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation since May after Trump fired James Comey , is retiring in roughly 90 days, according to The Washington ...
  • Fisherman Sues After Insane Boat Crash Is Caught On Video

    Fisherman Sues After Insane Boat Crash Is Caught On Video

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    A fisherman, who jumped into freezing waters of the Columbia River in OR on August 12, 2017, to avoid a speeding motorboat coming from the opposite direction, has sued the boat's driver for $372,500. ban mobile phone use while driving however there are no specific laws around phone use while boating. Investigators said that if Maess, McMahon, and Durham didn't leap from the boat, they would have likely been seriously injured or even killed.
  • US House panel to hold hearing on emergency alerts after Hawaii error

    US House panel to hold hearing on emergency alerts after Hawaii error

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    North Korea did not react to the false alarm, U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis told NBC News Monday. NHK said within 10 minutes the alert was a mistake. Updated 4:13 p.m. January 17 to reflect comment from the Texas Division of Emergency Management. Schatz said the state has a long way to go to rebuild the trust of the people.
  • North Korea to Send 230 Cheerleaders to Olympics in the South

    North Korea to Send 230 Cheerleaders to Olympics in the South

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    At a second round of working-level talks, Pyongyang also offered to send its delegation overland to the games, travelling via the border city of Kaesong, news agency Yonhap reported. The Canadian coach of the South Korean women's hockey team says she has "mixed feelings" about including players from North Korea on her roster. But South African officials were unable to say on Wednesday how they would respond to the USA request.