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A former HGTV star has been arrested in connection with an active warrant stemming from allegations that he molested a 10-year-old girl. The show is not yet listed in A&E's online programming schedule. An air date had not been announced for " House Rescue ". The victim allegedly began to cry and he reportedly rubbed her back and told her to go to sleep, the warrant said.
  • Rosario: President Trump's (Twitter) State of the Union

    Rosario: President Trump's (Twitter) State of the Union

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    He warned in the interview on Thursday, "I have many issues with the European Union and this could transform into something big.from a trade perspective". Democrats also are opposed to Trump's immigration offer, however, because of what they consider its proposed punitive cuts in legal immigration .
  • Ahemed Musa rejoins CSKA Moscow on loan from Leicester City

    Ahemed Musa rejoins CSKA Moscow on loan from Leicester City

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    Following on from yesterday's news about Leicester City legend Leo Ulloa, today we've had confirmation that another out of favour forward will be leaving the club for the rest of the season. Musa has made just one appearance this season. "I will work very hard". He will immediately be added to CSKA's squad for domestic games as well as the Europa League.
  • US Lawmakers at NAFTA Talks Express Optimism

    US Lawmakers at NAFTA Talks Express Optimism

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    President Donald Trump himself has toned down his rhetoric over the North American Free Trade Agreement, and he isn't expected to use his State of the Union speech on Tuesday to give a notice of withdrawal as some had privately feared. Negotiators are supposed to finish in Washington in March with the eighth and final round. The mood lightened after Canada presented a series of suggested compromises to address the main US demands for reform.
  • President Ram Nath Kovind address nation: Highlights

    President Ram Nath Kovind address nation: Highlights

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    The President asked children to make innovation their "obsessive goal". Defining every citizen as a pillar of the Republic - the soldier who defends, the farmer who feeds, the mother who nurtures, the doctor who heals, the scientist who innovates to the wise tribal who conserves ecology to the youth in whom lie the energy and in children who dream - the President identified "selflessness" at the heart of the "national project".
  • Taiwan holds live-fire drills as tensions with China mount

    Taiwan holds live-fire drills as tensions with China mount

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    Chinese airlines have canceled hundreds of flights to and from Taiwan as a dispute over aviation routes intensifies. Taiwanese troops staged live-fire exercises simulating an invasions of the island on Tuesday, as mainland China steps up pressure on Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen and a row over airline routes escalates.
  • USA says Russian gas link hurts European security

    USA says Russian gas link hurts European security

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    The U.S. says Nord Stream 2 will allow the Kremlin to use energy as a "political tool". The more than 750-mile long Nordstream 2 pipeline would run beneath the Baltic Sea, delivering natural gas from Russian Federation to Western Europe, which has become increasingly reliant on its neighbor to the east for energy in recent decades.
  • We will steal secrets on behalf of the American people — Central Intelligence Agency chief

    We will steal secrets on behalf of the American people — Central Intelligence Agency chief

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    The CIA is one of the agencies that has alleged Russian interference in the 2016 United States presidential election. "Think about the scale of the two economies", Pompeo said of Russian Federation and China. The agencies also claimed that the Russian government "developed a clear preference" for Donald Trump during the election campaign. Pompeo also discussed the conflict with North Korea, Trump's tough rhetoric, and Michael Wolff's book " Fire and Fury ".
  • Roads near Graduate Hotel at U of M closed for police incident

    Roads near Graduate Hotel at U of M closed for police incident

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    The chief says the incident is confined to that part of the hotel. A man who was holed up in a hotel just outside the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus released a woman about 21 hours into an ongoing standoff with police. An unknown number of guests were evacuated from nearby rooms as the incident continued. The alert also said the Rec and Wellness Center had been closed and motorists were not being allowed to access the Washington Avenue Ramp.
  • Turkish commander visits peak captured from terrorists

    Turkish commander visits peak captured from terrorists

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    The Observatory and a Kurdish militia also said an ancient temple in Afrin was badly damaged from Turkish airstrikes that struck its courtyard late Friday. The Turkish army said Monday that "597 terrorists have been neutralised" since the start of the operation. Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed Sunday that Turkey will clear its entire border with Syria of what he referred to as "terrorists".
  • Spain welcomes postponing Catalonia vote

    Spain welcomes postponing Catalonia vote

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    Roger Torrent announced the decision Tuesday, hours before the session he had called to hold a vote authorizing separatist leader Carles Puigdemont to form a government. Should the Catalan parliament governing board approve Puigdemont's request and encourage his attendance without the permit it would set the chamber on course for further clashes with Spain's government and courts.