• US Suspends Security Aid To Pakistan Over Terrorists
US Suspends Security Aid To Pakistan Over Terrorists

U.S. officials told reporters that the suspension did not affect civilian aid to Pakistan and that the money could go through if Islamabad took decisive action against the militant groups. It accused the USA of scapegoating Pakistan for its own failure to bring peace to Afghanistan. In the 1990s, Washington imposed aid-cutting sanctions related t...

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  • What Is Bombogenesis and How Does a 'Bomb Cyclone' Become So Dangerous?
What Is Bombogenesis and How Does a 'Bomb Cyclone' Become So Dangerous?

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio warned there would be blizzards and near whiteout conditions in the next 24 hours. A blast of bitterly cold air from Canada is expected to arrive on strong northwesterly winds on Friday as the storm departs.

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  • Will the DOJ Decision Hinder Legal Marijuana in Colorado?
Will the DOJ Decision Hinder Legal Marijuana in Colorado?

Cory Gardner of Colorado, which has permissive marijuana laws, threatened to hold up Trump administration appointees unless Sessions reverses course. "We need the federal government to focus law enforcement efforts on fighting violent crime-the most serious threat to our public safety-rather than diverting limited prosecutorial resources to small...

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  • Officials report 7 more flu deaths in NC; 20 for the season
Officials report 7 more flu deaths in NC; 20 for the season

Eight of the deaths occurred in those 50 and older. One flu shot should last the whole season and typically takes about two weeks to become effective. On Thursday, Fraser Health also issued a public-service announcement reminding people to get immunized after seeing "spike" in influenza in that region.

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  • Aadhaar information available for misuse and abuse, says American whistleblower Edward Snowden
Aadhaar information available for misuse and abuse, says American whistleblower Edward Snowden

India has a national ID database with the private information of almost 1.2 billion nationals. While the UIDAI statement claims that no biometric data was breached, it doesn't deny that other personal information was accessible to unauthorised users.

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  • Failed North Korean missile crash landed in populated area
Failed North Korean missile crash landed in populated area

Although, the fact that the missile had failed was known, but the location of the crash was unknown, untilthe revelation came fromThe Diplomat magazine. This means the chances of such accidents happening in Pyongyang or its surrounding inhabitable areas remain high. Two Unha-3 missiles have been successfully launched, the latest in February 201...

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  • N. Korea Re-designated by USA for Violating Religious Freedom
N. Korea Re-designated by USA for Violating Religious Freedom

The United States Secretary of State annually designates governments, which have undertaken or allowed measures to violate religious freedom, as "Countries of Particular Concern" observing the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998 . Pakistan is already in the crosshairs of the Trump administration for not doing enough to combat terrorism. Am...

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  • Trump Demands Prison for Huma Abedin
Trump Demands Prison for Huma Abedin

Clinton's campaign aggressively sought out new frontiers in unethical conduct, funding the Russian dossier compiled by Fusion GPS, a tainted political opposition research paper that Comey's FBI apparently relied on during its investigation .

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  • Travel nightmare: Winter storm wipes out thousands of flights
Travel nightmare: Winter storm wipes out thousands of flights

Tampa International tweeted a photo of their crews de-icing a Southwest plane on Thursday morning. Krista Kealey, a spokesperson for the airport, said it can take some time for airlines to cope with severe inclement weather. There were no reports of passengers being stranded in terminals because of cancellations but many were staring at air...

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  • Sleeping woman sexually assaulted on Spirit flight to Detroit: complaint
Sleeping woman sexually assaulted on Spirit flight to Detroit: complaint

In July 2014, a 19-year-old female traveler on Delta Air Lines on the way to Amsterdam from Detroit two or three years sooner had nodded off midflight, just to wake up and find the man situated alongside her had his hands down her underpants and was caressing her, as per a criminal grievance documented at the time in government court in Detro...

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  • Holidaymaker killed in hot air balloon crash in Luxor
Holidaymaker killed in hot air balloon crash in Luxor

The balloon was carrying 20 people. In 2013, Egypt witnessed one of the deadliest balloon crashes when a balloon flying over Luxor caught fire and plunged about 1,000ft (305m) to the ground, crashing into a sugar cane field killing at least 19 foreign tourists.

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  • 25p 'latte levy' would boost recycling rates - MPs
25p 'latte levy' would boost recycling rates - MPs

It warned that voluntary approaches to combating the issue have failed, and government action is needed to deal with the "avoidable problem". The plastic lining in coffee cups makes them costly to recycle, and the MPs say the businesses supplying and producing them do not bear the full costs of their disposal.

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  • Iran protests leave at least 12 dead
Iran protests leave at least 12 dead

The protests were triggered by a number of economic issues and have since expanded to several cities across Iran. At least five people were killed Monday in protests in Isfahan province, according to Iran's state-run Asriran news agency.

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  • School districts announce Wednesday delays; CMS on normal schedule
School districts announce Wednesday delays; CMS on normal schedule

The Lincoln County Schools system will not return as planned on Thursday. All schools will accept students when they arrive. All elementary, middle, P-8 and junior high classes will start at 10am. The Little River Child Development Center will be closed on Wednesday, along with The Learning Station Child Development Center in Conway and Kids Pa...

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  • Haley says United States withholding $255 million aid from Pakistan
Haley says United States withholding $255 million aid from Pakistan

Here are the messages that they're chanting today: "All these brigades have come out to the streets". Still, a senior administration official said United States officials are taking inventory of ways they can be supportive of the demonstrations and come up with "creative" ideas.

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  • Fire rips through Bronx building, injuring at least 16, including children
Fire rips through Bronx building, injuring at least 16, including children

At least 12 people were injured early on Tuesday after a huge fire tore through an apartment building in NY, reports said. Video from the scene showed flames and smoke pouring from the building. That inferno killed 12 people, four of them children. One resident told NBC news he fled the building, barefoot and barechested, with his three children ...

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  • Lottery games start 2018 with rising jackpots
Lottery games start 2018 with rising jackpots

Tickets for the Mega Millions game are $1 each. The Mega Millions jackpot rose to an estimated $361 million ahead of Tuesday night's drawing, lottery officials say. It was sold in MA. With slightly better odds than the Powerball game, it's rare that months pass without someone winning a Mega Millions jackpot. The drawing for Powerball is Wednes...

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  • National Weather Service: Snow is in the forecast
National Weather Service: Snow is in the forecast

Four to 6 inches of snow are expected to fall in the city of Boston in Massachusetts State. One woman said she was going to build a snowman but didn't know where to start, and when she went outside to clear off the satellite dish she fell face-first into the snow because she couldn't figure out where the porch ended.

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  • Round Rock Police Search for Dead Woman's Roommate and Her 2 Children
Round Rock Police Search for Dead Woman's Roommate and Her 2 Children

The alert doesn't describe the nature of the relationship between Miles and the children. The girls are Lilianais Victoria Cake Griffith, 14, and Luluvioletta Mariposa Bandera-magret, 7. They could be heading toward Louisiana. Bandera-magret was described as a 4-foot-5-inch-tall, 75-pound, white girl with brown hair and brown eyes. She also has a...

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  • Rushing duo carries Bulldogs over Oklahoma in epic Rose Bowl finish
Rushing duo carries Bulldogs over Oklahoma in epic Rose Bowl finish

But Mayfield also threw his only interception to Dominick Sanders on the first snap of the fourth quarter. Both teams settled for field goals in the first overtime . After D'Andre Swift was tackled for a two-yard loss on Georgia's first play of the second overtime, Michel found the edge on the outside for a 27-yard touchdown run.

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