• Trump tells NYT he thinks Mueller will 'be fair'
Trump tells NYT he thinks Mueller will 'be fair'

They have the best work ethic. The President was also asked if former President Barack Obama's attorney general, Eric Holder, was more loyal than his own attorney general, Jeff Sessions. After Flynn agreed to cooperate with the investigation, many legal experts speculated that he could have crucial intel on a top Trump official-or even Trump hi...

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  • Gunman launches deadly attack on Coptic church near Cairo
Gunman launches deadly attack on Coptic church near Cairo

Egypt's Coptic Christian minority has been targeted by Islamic terrorists in several attacks since a year ago that have killed over 100 people and wounded many others. "The shooting began at 10:30 a.m. and carried on for more than 15 minutes. there was more than one attacker", Mohammed Hussein Abdelhadi, who lives close to the church, told Reuter...

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  • Minnesota's Miguel Sano Denies Allegations of Sexual Assault
Minnesota's Miguel Sano Denies Allegations of Sexual Assault

Once outside, Sano said he needed to use the restroom, and tried to pull Bissen back through the door, she alleges. Bissen writes that during the signing, Sano flirted with her but she ignored it. He should have respected that and stopped. In an additional tweet, Bissen makes clear that there is no connection between this incident and the Twins r...

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  • Man Drives Into Freezing Columbia River to Escape Police
Man Drives Into Freezing Columbia River to Escape Police

Astoria, Oregon police officers estimated that he was going 45 miles per hour at the time, reports the Associated Press . They chose to charge him with second-degree criminal trespass and were advised to take him into custody for a Deschutes County parole violation.

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  • Wisconsin barber charged for shaving bald spot into customer's head
Wisconsin barber charged for shaving bald spot into customer's head

What happened next may go down in the annals of "bad hair days". Police in Madison , Wisconsin arrested a barber on Friday for snipping a customer's ear and then running the buzzer down the middle of his head. He claims it was all an accident. The victim then got up and left, with Shabani allegedly shouting after him, "You want a zero right?...

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  • Putin says last night's St Petersburg blast was terrorism
Putin says last night's St Petersburg blast was terrorism

An explosion at a supermarket in St. Petersburg, Russia, injured 10 people on Wednesday. The blast was caused by a "homemade explosive device with the power equivalent to 200 grams of TNT filled with lethal fragments", she said. "Yesterday I ordered the director of the Federal Security Service, while arresting these bandits, to act, obviously, on...

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  • No break from the cold Thursday, chance for light snow tonight
No break from the cold Thursday, chance for light snow tonight

Wind chills during the night from December 31 to January 1 may reach minus 12 degrees in Boston, minus 7 degrees in Chicago and minus 31 degrees in Minneapolis. Heavy, lake-effect snow is being blamed for causing crashes and stranding vehicles in the Oswego County town of Boylston, in the Tug Hill Plateau about 40 miles north of Syracuse.

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  • Eric Garner's Daughter Declared Brain Dead, According to Mother
Eric Garner's Daughter Declared Brain Dead, According to Mother

In the wake of her father's death, Erica Garner became an activist and offered her perspective to the Black Lives Matter movement. Garner, 27, had never come off of life support since Thursday morning, her mother Esaw Snipes said . Garner's father, Eric Garner , died while he was being arrested in Tompkinsville for allegedly selling loose cig...

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  • State Dept. to Resume Full Visa Services in Turkey
State Dept. to Resume Full Visa Services in Turkey

The state department said it was "confident that the security posture has improved sufficiently". The U.S. and Turkey have resumed full reciprocal visa services, ending a diplomatic dispute that began in October after Turkey arrested an employee of the U.S.

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  • Children among 4 dead in act of 'savagery' in upstate NY
Children among 4 dead in act of 'savagery' in upstate NY

Troy police captain Daniel DeWolf said the deaths were "certainly suspicious". Though they have yet to make any arrests, Tedesco said that the full force of the police department will be employed against the suspect or suspects. "The emotions of a police officer is something you repress because there is a job to be done, but no one involved in t...

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  • Alabama makes Jones win official as Moore's last-ditch challenge fails
Alabama makes Jones win official as Moore's last-ditch challenge fails

The certification sets the stage for Jones to be sworn into the Senate next week following the protracted, high-profile special election. Jones said he is looking forward to "going to work for the people of Alabama". Democratic U.S. Senator elect Doug Jones (L) and wife Louise Jones (R) greet supporters during his election night gathering at th...

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  • Vanity Affair Apologizes For Suggesting Hillary Clinton Take Up Knitting
Vanity Affair Apologizes For Suggesting Hillary Clinton Take Up Knitting

Vanity Fair released the video as part of a series suggesting New Year's resolutions for others, including White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and U.S. "Anna Winter who was all set to be Amp to Court of St James's and a big fundraiser for CH, is beside herself in grief and begging for forgiveness". Some, however, did not see th...

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  • ISIS Claims Blast at Afghan Intelligence Agency in Kabul
ISIS Claims Blast at Afghan Intelligence Agency in Kabul

An Islamic State suicide bomber has struck a Shiite cultural center in Kabul , killing at least 41 people and underscoring the extremist group's growing reach in Afghanistan even as its self-styled caliphate in Iraq and Syria has been dismantled.

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  • Coldest air in 2 years is freezing the city
Coldest air in 2 years is freezing the city

The record for Bridgeport is 24 degrees, set in 1960. Despite sunshine, temperatures struggle to reach 20 degrees, and many areas are stuck in the teens. A breeze produced wind chills 0° to 10° in the morning, and chills will stay in the teens to lower 20s in the afternoon. If you already have plans for New Year's Eve, you may want to move the ...

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  • LS passes Triple Talaq bill, all amendments negated
LS passes Triple Talaq bill, all amendments negated

Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad presented the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill in the lower house Lok Sabha . According to the proposed law which would be applicable to the entire country except Jammu and Kashmir, giving instant talaq would attract a jail term of three years and a fine.

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  • Husband Arrested After Crying Baby Leads Police To Dead Mother
Husband Arrested After Crying Baby Leads Police To Dead Mother

Police also found her 2-year-old daughter left unharmed but crying at the scene. Sources told PIX11 that Wells and her husband had a history of domestic violence and that police were called to the home at least once before. The Medical Examiner's Office will make a final determination as to the cause of death. "The entire incident, including an...

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  • RSS, BJP's sole agenda is to change Basic nature of Constitution
RSS, BJP's sole agenda is to change Basic nature of Constitution

He said it was for the Prime Minister to take a call. Hegde kicked up a storm in Karnataka last Sunday with his comments that secularists and thinkers, who don't believe in religion and caste, have no self-identity and are unaware of their parentage.

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  • Gas prices down in RI, Mass. following holiday
Gas prices down in RI, Mass. following holiday

Nationally, the price for a gallon of gas was higher than Florida and Georgia coming in at $2.44 per gallon on average across the country. Heading into the final week of the year, the national average price for a gallon of gasoline is $2.44, an increase of two cents on the week.

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  • USA sanctions two N.Koreans over ballistic missile program
USA sanctions two N.Koreans over ballistic missile program

The Trump administration announced sanctions on Tuesday against two more North Korean officials for their alleged role in Pyongyang's expanding ballistic missiles programme. It also allows the USA government to freeze any American assets owned by the officials, should they exist. Nam Sung-wook at Korea University said after Choe's recent purges o...

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  • United Kingdom woman jailed in Egypt over painkillers
United Kingdom woman jailed in Egypt over painkillers

Miss Plummer's family said they were disgusted by the way she was being treated. She said she did not know the details of a trial had taken place and why the decision had been taken. "I can't see Laura surviving this". "Everyone was saying how strong my case was and that it was only a matter of time". We were joking and laughing, we thought she...

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