• White House 'strongly' denies Trump's porn star affair

    White House 'strongly' denies Trump's porn star affair

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    Daniels said she was threatened by an unidentified man in Las Vegas to keep quiet about her alleged relationship with Trump, an incident that she said happened while she was with her young daughter. It paid her $150,000 during the 2016 presidential election. Kelly first directed Schwartz's attention to an incident from 2015, in which his client threatened a Daily Beast writer over a piece on the president's ex-wife Ivana Trump .
  • Tensions rising on Gaza border

    Tensions rising on Gaza border

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    The Palestinian terrorist group Hamas is planning a mass demonstration along Israel's border on Friday, prompting fears of a new war with the Jewish state ahead of the Passover holiday, according to regional experts and US officials who say they are closely monitoring the situation.
  • Israel nabs Gaza infiltrators ahead of protests

    Israel nabs Gaza infiltrators ahead of protests

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    The Israeli military has deployed in unprecedented numbers during peacetime along the Gaza Strip border, declaring it is prepared to use "substantial force" to prevent Palestinians from rushing the border fence ahead of a mass march planned for Friday by Hamas.
  • Watertown man faces voyeurism, child porn charges

    Watertown man faces voyeurism, child porn charges

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    The ICE Unit is made up of investigators from the RCMP, Regina Police Service, and Prince Albert Police Service with a mandate to investigate crimes involving the abuse and/or exploitation of children on the internet. Boone County deputies arrested Jacob Vanderlinde on Thursday after officers were alerted about possible child pornography on his phone. He now faces up to 10-years incarceration, and a fine of up to $250,000.
  • Cauvery Water Dispute: Tamil Nadu Government Will Move Top Court, Says Minister

    Cauvery Water Dispute: Tamil Nadu Government Will Move Top Court, Says Minister

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    The fasting agitation will be held without violating Supreme Court's direction against disturbing law and order in the state and it will draw the attention of the entire country, he said. Several other leaders including VCK chief Thol Thirumavalavan, Mutharasan (CPI-M) and activist P Nedumaran echoed his feelings saying there was a danger of Tamil Nadu "rising in revolt" over the Centre's "partisan" approach.
  • Manafort bets on presidential pardon in special counsel case

    Manafort bets on presidential pardon in special counsel case

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    And the New York Times , which broke the story , also reported Wednesday that Dowd posed the idea to former national security adviser Michael Flynn's lawyer. Manafort faces numerous charges alleging financial crimes and that he acted as an unregistered foreign agent. White House aides and Trump's legal advisers privately expressed concern Wednesday about the situation and said Dowd may have mentioned pardons off the cuff and failed to recognize the intense sensitivity of the subject at ...
  • Jeremy Corbyn ally Christine Shawcroft quits over anti-Semitism case

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    Peterborough, a city of almost 200,000, is located in eastern England about 75 miles from London. The further escalation of the anti-Semitism accusations within Labour came after a man, named as Alan Bull, reportedly shared an article on Facebook called: "International Red Cross Report Confirms the Holocaust of Six Million Jews is a Hoax." Mr Bull, who said he was a "lifelong anti-racist", also claimed a screen shot of the post which led to the complaint against him had been altered.
  • President Trump Friendly Send-off for 'Hopie' Hicks

    President Trump Friendly Send-off for 'Hopie' Hicks

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    A bitter fight is underway to fill the communications director role. Hope Hicks , Trump's communications director, joined the President outside the Oval Office for a goodbye embrace before the pair mugged for the cameras. She also drew criticism from lawmakers after she declined to answer several questions from the House Intelligence Committee as part of its Russian Federation investigation.
  • Pres. Trump says Second Amendment won't be repealed

    Pres. Trump says Second Amendment won't be repealed

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    The Supreme Court ruled in 2008 that the amendment lets people own guns for self-defense. In his interpretation of the Second Amendment he chooses to read regulated to mean maintained, while the Oxford definition includes control or subject to restrictions.
  • Trump is hopeful, but some skeptical ahead of US-NK talks

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    President Donald Trump said Thursday the heated rhetoric with North Korea has "certainly" cooled off, adding that the U.S.is prepared to step back from the negotiating table if discussions sour. Trump asked Congress last month to consider using a $200 billion federal investment to leverage more than $1 trillion in state, local and private funding that would pay for the improvements to the nation's infrastructure.