• Kim Kardashian names new baby girl Chicago
Kim Kardashian names new baby girl Chicago

In her message she wrote, " Kanye and I are happy to announce the arrival of our healthy, attractive baby girl". Having a gestational carrier was so special for us and she made our dreams of expanding our family come true. Kardashian announced the name on her app , simply by posting " Chicago West ". "I have always been really honest abou...

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  • Pope Francis marries flight attendant couple on Chile flight
Pope Francis marries flight attendant couple on Chile flight

The pontiff earlier highlighted the plight of vulnerable immigrants and robustly defended a bishop accused of covering up sexual abuse, at the end of a visit to Chile overshadowed by controversy. "Nothing has changed, and his plea for forgiveness is empty". "These people are absolutely insane, and @Pontifex (the Pope's Twitter handle) is talking ab...

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  • Israeli military storms West Bank's Jenin, kills Palestinian
Israeli military storms West Bank's Jenin, kills Palestinian

Hours later, however, the Palestinian health ministry said it had been mistaken, and that a different man with a similar name had been killed. Tensions have been high in the West Bank following the killing of Israeli Rabbi Raziel Shevah in a settlement outpost near Nablus on January 9, which sparked a manhunt for the killer with Israeli forces se...

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  • Beer will stay warm in IN grocery stores, pharmacies and gas stations
Beer will stay warm in IN grocery stores, pharmacies and gas stations

Meanwhile, a House committee voted 12-1 to support lifting Indiana's decades-old ban on Sunday carryout alcohol sales. Even with a yes vote in the House and Senate, the bill will still have to pass again next month before going to Governor Holcomb.

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  • To North Korea, Trump's Nuclear Button Tweet Is 'Spasm Of A Lunatic'
To North Korea, Trump's Nuclear Button Tweet Is 'Spasm Of A Lunatic'

US officials have reported a debate within the Trump administration over whether to give more active consideration to military options, such as a pre-emptive strike on a North Korean nuclear or missile site. In December a year ago, the U.S. spearheaded the passage of a UN Security Council Resolution sanctioning toughest restrictions on North Ko...

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  • 2017 top 3 warmest year: United States agencies
2017 top 3 warmest year: United States agencies

Taalas pointed out, stressing: "Arctic warmth has been especially pronounced and this will have profound and long-lasting repercussions on sea levels, and on weather patterns in other parts of the world". Sea ice and global snow cover also declined in 2017, which further contributed to global warming; with fewer reflective surfaces on the planet, m...

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  • DOJ to Appeal DACA Ruling: 'It Defies Both Law and Common Sense'
DOJ to Appeal DACA Ruling: 'It Defies Both Law and Common Sense'

The Justice Department on Tuesday said it plans to appeal a lower-court ruling that blocked the Trump administration from ending an Obama-era program aimed at shielding immigrants brought to the US illegally as children from deportation.

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  • PM Narendra Modi and Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu sign nine pacts
PM Narendra Modi and Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu sign nine pacts

Last time it was Ash (Ravichandran Ashwin) and this time it's me. Solomon Sopher, head of the Jacob Sassoon Trust and in charge of three synagogues in Mumbai and Pune, said the leaders who met the PM wanted him to interact with the community, rather than have a small meeting with limited people.

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  • USA withholds millions of dollars in promised Palestinian food aid
USA withholds millions of dollars in promised Palestinian food aid

The US president Donald Trump has been recorded before saying that they had cut off financial assistance to Palestine because they rejected to negotiate a lasting peaceful solution with Israel. A December 7 framework document raises questions about financial stability and internal governance and oversight but also seeks assurance the agency is ...

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  • DHS Report Says 3/4 Convicted on Terror Charges are Foreign Born
DHS Report Says 3/4 Convicted on Terror Charges are Foreign Born

While the report does not contain information regarding the number of terrorism and terrorism-related offenses committed by individuals who are the children of foreign-born individuals, the White House said terrorist attacks carried out by children of foreign-born individuals include the attack in Orlando by Omar Mateen, which killed 49 people an...

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  • Kazakhstan bus fire kills 52, five injured
Kazakhstan bus fire kills 52, five injured

At least 52 people have been killed in a fire that broke out on a bus in Kazakhstan's northwestern Aqtobe region, authorities say. Only five people managed to get out of the bus, while all others were trapped inside and burned alive. A photograph taken later showed the vehicle completely charred. These buses are still used in former Soviet nati...

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  • Facebook selfie showing murder weapon helps convict killer in Canada
Facebook selfie showing murder weapon helps convict killer in Canada

As a component of her request, Antoine acknowledged duty regarding Gargol's death yet said she didn't recollect killing her. Gargol was discovered choked to death nearly a landfill in Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , with Antoine's belt close to her body.

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  • Australia takes Canada to WTO over wine
Australia takes Canada to WTO over wine

The dispute is the first brought by Australia against Canada in the history of the WTO, and follows a rise in trade tension between Canada and the United States. "The Australian wine industry is a big export earner for Australia and helps create". "Wine sales in Canada are controlled by provincial liquor boards".

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  • United States military must stay in Syria: Tillerson
United States military must stay in Syria: Tillerson

Billed as the Trump administration's new strategy on Syria , the announcement will prolong the risks and redefine the mission for the USA military, which has for years sought to define its operations in Syria along more narrow lines of battling Islamic State and has about 2,000 US ground forces in the country.

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  • 700bhp-plus Shelby Mustang GT500 to arrive in 2019
700bhp-plus Shelby Mustang GT500 to arrive in 2019

The popular GT500 model was last offered in 2014 with a 662 horsepower 5.8L supercharged and intercooled V8. Just one day after introducing the 2019 Mustang Bullitt at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Ford dropped another bomb announcing the return of the Shelby GT500 as a 2019 model.

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  • Shutdown looms as Trump, Congress bicker on immigration, border wall
Shutdown looms as Trump, Congress bicker on immigration, border wall

At the same time, it suggested that Kelly, who served as secretary of homeland security before coming to the White House and has hard-line views on immigration that mirror the president's restrictionist approach, was positioning himself now as a moderating influence.

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  • Philippines steps up attack on news website Rappler
Philippines steps up attack on news website Rappler

Rappler has won local and global awards for its reporting on the administration's deadly war on drugs , and has been subjected in the past to hate mail, death threats and "unsubscribe campaigns" on Facebook waged by pro-government trolls, but the news platform was not always been maligned by Duterte.

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  • Ex-CIA Officer Charged With Keeping Classified China Info
Ex-CIA Officer Charged With Keeping Classified China Info

Lee, who started working for the Central Intelligence Agency in 1994, is a naturalized US citizen who lives in Hong Kong . He appeared in court Tuesday on one charge of unlawful retention of national defense information . He noted that a busy and prosperous Hong Kong had a loose immigration policy and allowed great flexibility to companies ...

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  • Pentagon belied
Pentagon belied "Border Protection Force" disclosure

Ankara has condemned the U.S. for supporting the YPG and was alarmed when it emerged on Saturday that the coalition was helping it form a 30,000-strong "border security force". "Now the USA has acknowledged it has established an army of terror along our country's border, it's up to us to drown this army of terror before it is born", said Turkish P...

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  • Quinnipiac Ballot: Voters Break up on Whether or not Trump Is Secure
Quinnipiac Ballot: Voters Break up on Whether or not Trump Is Secure

Another 21 percent don't agree with either, with the remainder unsure. It showed 22 percent of respondents report they have experienced sexual harassment; 45 percent of respondents said they knew someone who has experienced sexual harassment; and 46 percent responded that they knew someone who has experienced sexual assault.

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