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Heavy rains predicted for Thursday could dump about an inch of precipitation on Marshall County but it's not expected to cause the Yellow River in Plymouth to break its banks. That said, a stronger storm or two will be possible along the Tennessee-Alabama line late Wednesday afternoon into the overnight hours. As of Monday morning, more than 200 rivers from the Great Lakes region to eastern Texas reported flood levels.
  • Jared Kushner targeted for manipulation, exploitation by four foreign governments, report says

    Jared Kushner targeted for manipulation, exploitation by four foreign governments, report says

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    Because he had an interim clearance, Kushner was not supposed to be able to see the president's daily intelligence briefing or have access to other top-secret program information, one administration official said . Jared Kushner has lost his clearance. While Kushner played a prominent role in Trump's campaign, his company was actively seeking foreign investment from wealthy investors from China and Qatar, among other countries.
  • Envelope's contents sicken Marines at base near Pentagon

    Envelope's contents sicken Marines at base near Pentagon

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    Eight other military personnel members said they began to feel ill but were not hospitalized. The Corps said Joint Base Police Department officials were working with local HAZMAT teams, and NCIS and the FBI were investigating. The spokesperson for the Arlington Country Fire Department said that the incident response is being scaled back, however, the investigation remains ongoing.
  • Supreme Court rejects Donald Trump over 'Dreamers' immigrants

    Supreme Court rejects Donald Trump over 'Dreamers' immigrants

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    The Supreme Court also said it expects the lower court system to "proceed expeditiously to decide this case". Last week, while the justices were considering the matter, a second district judge in NY handed down another order blocking the administration from winding down the DACA program .
  • Congress welcomes Manjhi`s decision to join grand alliance

    Congress welcomes Manjhi`s decision to join grand alliance

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    He later on formed the HAM (S) and joined the NDA. Welcoming Manjhi to Grand Alliance, Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Tejashwi Prasad Yadav said: "Manjhi is like a father figure (to me)..." However, with JD (U) and BJP joining hands once again, Manjhi found himself at the margins of the alliance.
  • South Africa's President Ramaphosa appoints Zuma's ex wife to cabinet

    South Africa's President Ramaphosa appoints Zuma's ex wife to cabinet

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    As many as 30 ministerial changes were announced by Ramaphosa, 65, a former businessman, on Monday, 26 February, as he rode to power with a promise of "new dawn" for the country . The rand firmed against the dollar in volatile trade, ahead of the announcement, and was steady after Ramaphosa spelt out the changes. A case in point would be former finance minister Mulasi Gigaba, who has moved back to his previous role in home affairs, which is where he was when numerous corruption ...
  • LeT militant killed in Bandipora encounter

    LeT militant killed in Bandipora encounter

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    One terrorist, believed to be a Pakistani and a member of the Lashkar-e-Toiba, was gunned down. According to ANI, a heavy gunbattle is still underway in Hajin area of Bandipora. Since the body was already in the village, a request was made to the villagers to handover the body to police. The operation was still going on when the reports last came in, they said.
  • Missouri high school receives shooting threat against Black students

    Missouri high school receives shooting threat against Black students

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    Police say an investigation revealed that the message was written after school on February 20 and was erased the next morning. There is no threat to Northeast High in St. When police asked the witness who made the threat they indicated a North Highschool student had. He was arrested and charged with Terroristic Threat and transported to the Gregg County Juvenile Detention Facility.
  • Saudi Crown Prince expected to visit US March 19-22

    Saudi Crown Prince expected to visit US March 19-22

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    The General reportedly underwent training in the USA as a fighter pilot before becoming the commander of the Royal Saudi Air Force. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ventures overseas seeking foreign support and investment for his 2030 Vision, with his first stop in London.
  • Lebanon's Hariri returns to Saudi Arabia for first time since his 'resignation'

    Lebanon's Hariri returns to Saudi Arabia for first time since his 'resignation'

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    The latter two both visited Riyadh a year ago and met with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman. The meeting comes amid media reports that the kingdom, an archfoe of Iran, is vying to revive the March 14 alliance in an effort to thwart a commanding win by Tehran-backed militant group Hezbollah and its allies in the upcoming parliamentary elections scheduled for May 6.
  • Russian Federation probe: Ex-Trump aide pleads guilty

    Russian Federation probe: Ex-Trump aide pleads guilty

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    He has also indicted former Trump campaign official Paul Manafort and his close business associate Rick Gates on a variety of bank fraud and money laundering charges. As Law&Crime founder Dan Abrams said Sunday on ABC's This Week, Mueller doesn't need Gates for Manafort's case. "This does not alter my commitment to defend myself against the untrue piled-up charges contained in the indictments against me".
  • Gianluigi Buffon delays worldwide retirement | Paddy Agnew

    Gianluigi Buffon delays worldwide retirement | Paddy Agnew

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    Buffon was inconsolable as he announced his retirement after Italy's disastrous 1-0 aggregate play-off defeat to Sweden in the San Siro last November, as the Azzurri failed to reach the World Cup for the first time since 1958. "I'd be delighted if Mario came back because he would have the opportunity to demonstrate he has matured 100 percent", Buffon said. Call me what you like.