• FBI Texts: Senate Report Raises Questions About Obama's Clinton Investigation Involvement
FBI Texts: Senate Report Raises Questions About Obama's Clinton Investigation Involvement

A new Senate Republican report on the Hillary Clinton email investigation renews questions about whether bias in the Obama administration's handling of the case influenced the outcome, including whether President Barack Obama monitored the probe, an unverified assertion that President Donald Trump called a " bombshell ".

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  • Bipartisan spending bill emerges from Senate
Bipartisan spending bill emerges from Senate

The bill would also provide a short-term measure to keep the government operating until March 23, as current funding runs out at the end of the day on Thursday. As Pelosi spoke on the House floor, former vice president Joe Biden warned in a speech to House Democrats that the party is engaged in a "false debate" over the fight between defending cult...

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  • Palestinian shot dead after stabbing Israeli guard: Israeli army
Palestinian shot dead after stabbing Israeli guard: Israeli army

In a shootout with Israeli security forces last month, one member of the the cell was killed and a second one captured. The wounded man was evacuated to the Hadassah University Hospital in Ein Karem. "Instead, a man from Har Bracha was just murdered by a terrorist, leaving behind a wife and four children". "A report regarding a Palestinian bein...

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  • Merkel's CDU-CSU bloc reaches deal on Ministries with SPD
Merkel's CDU-CSU bloc reaches deal on Ministries with SPD

Now that the participating parties have done the heavy lifting of establishing all the details of the deal, the next step is for the SPD to put the agreement to a vote among its roughly 440,000 members, which the party has said it will do within the next three weeks.

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  • Labour says it will pardon Suffragettes fighting for the vote
Labour says it will pardon Suffragettes fighting for the vote

It was not until 1969 that the voting system enabled people to vote over the age of 18. Women campaigning for the vote. According to History Switzerland , a referendum to extend the franchise to women was held in 1959, but was embarrassingly rejected by 67% of Swiss (male) voters.

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  • Milwaukee Bucks acquire Tyler Zeller from Brooklyn Nets
Milwaukee Bucks acquire Tyler Zeller from Brooklyn Nets

He earned ACC Player of the Year honors during the 2012 season. The Milwaukee Bucks have been through their fair share of change this season, and that trend only continued on Monday. Selected with the 17th-overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft, Vaughn averaged 14.3 minutes per game as a rookie and just over 11 minutes per game last season.

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  • President, First Lady making a stop in Southwest Ohio Monday
President, First Lady making a stop in Southwest Ohio Monday

In response, the White House issued a statement that said the economy's "long-term fundamentals" remain strong. Melania Trump's sleight of hand may be improving. In May, 2017, during Trump's visit to Israel, Melania had slapped away his hand during a public event. "In Florida she came down stairs of plane and walked right past him".

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  • U.S. 'gravely alarmed' by Syrian chemical attack
U.S. 'gravely alarmed' by Syrian chemical attack

The United Nations called on Tuesday for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire in Syria of at least a month, as heavy air strikes were reported to have killed dozens of people in the last major rebel stronghold near Damascus. She again rejected Moscow's proposed resolution to replace the JIM, saying it ignores the JIM's findings - "an investiga...

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  • Court lets Joshua Wong, friends walk free
Court lets Joshua Wong, friends walk free

That sparked a night-long standoff with police and was seen as a key trigger for the "Umbrella Movement" that blocked major roads in the city for 79 days in a push for full democracy, presenting Communist Party rulers in Beijing with one of their biggest political challenges in decades.

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  • Kenyan opposition figure charged with treason over Odinga's 'swearing in'
Kenyan opposition figure charged with treason over Odinga's 'swearing in'

The government has made several arrests and suspended three television channels that had planned to stream Tuesday's event. Kenyan authorities have lifted the ban on NTV and KTN which can now be accessible on air after a ban on four TV stations for attempting to broadcast the mock inauguration of opposition leader Raila Odinga.

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  • Arrest warrant upheld in Julian Assange case, new hearing on February 13
Arrest warrant upheld in Julian Assange case, new hearing on February 13

A British judge has upheld a United Kingdom arrest warrant for the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange , leaving his legal position unchanged after more than five years inside the Ecuadorean Embassy in London . The British authorities still holds Assange responsible and believes he remains in breach of his bail conditions, an offence which carri...

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  • Despite subpoena, Bannon won't appear before House Intelligence Committee
Despite subpoena, Bannon won't appear before House Intelligence Committee

Conway's office said the committee itself - which is investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election - had made a decision to delay the interview with Bannon. Committee members from both parties have denounced the White House's prohibitions, and stated that they could hold Bannon in contempt of Congress. Reuters reported on Monday that Ba...

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  • China To Crack Down On International Cryptocurrency Trading By Its Citizens
China To Crack Down On International Cryptocurrency Trading By Its Citizens

As we reported at the time , the Chinese government banned ICOs in September past year, and followed that with a decree outlawing cryptocurrency exchanges. Furthermore, by removing related applications from app stores. Many of these accounts held millions of dollars of investor funds which has seriously hampered their operations.

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  • Political crisis in Maldives deepens,Chief Justice, Ex Prez Gayoom arrested
Political crisis in Maldives deepens,Chief Justice, Ex Prez Gayoom arrested

Turmoil began when current President Abdulla Yameen refused to release political dissidents, defying a court order and sparking protests. Speaking on national television, President Yameen Abdul Gayoom said the court's actions last week amounted to "an obstruction of the very ability of this state to function".

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  • 4 magnitude natural disaster strikes off Taiwan, toppling at least 4 buildings
4 magnitude natural disaster strikes off Taiwan, toppling at least 4 buildings

The video shows people gathering near the building and shining flashlights on windows. "The pattern continued with ten more earthquakes on Monday, the largest of which being a magnitude 5.0 quake". The USGS reports that the magnitude 6.4 quake struck 21km north of the city of Hualien at 2:50AM AEDT, at a shallow 9.5km below the surface. The qua...

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  • Uma Thurman accuses Weinstein of sexual misconduct
Uma Thurman accuses Weinstein of sexual misconduct

Talking to the New York Times , Thurman has detailed the abuse she suffered at the hands of Weinstein, and also Quentin Tarantino , during her time working on Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill . Meanwhile the Sunday Express says Jeremy Corbyn has been accused of hypocrisy for using a "chauffeur-driven" diesel auto despite warning of the dangers...

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  • Seven Tigers get invitations to NFL Scouting Combine
Seven Tigers get invitations to NFL Scouting Combine

The other invitees are Mississippi State offensive tackle Martinis Rankin and tight end Thomas Jordan and Southern Miss receiver Korey Robertson. Hurst is the only junior to declare for the NFL Draft from USC and has garnered a lot of attention as potentially one of this year's best tight end prospects in the draft.

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  • Here's your very first taste of Westworld Season 2
Here's your very first taste of Westworld Season 2

The jam-packed trailer featured a soliloquy from host, Dolores Abernathy ( Evan Rachel Wood ). This world deserves to die. We get some of that extra footage in the Super Bowl 2018 spot, a longer clip that gives us a bit more of a hint at the plot and finally confirmed the show's premiere date: 22 April .

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  • Nationalist politicians fear hard border following rejection of customs union
Nationalist politicians fear hard border following rejection of customs union

The draft legal text, which has yet to be approved by European Union governments , will be part of the withdrawal treaty that will regulate the terms of divorce between Britain and the European Union and the rules for the transition period after Brexit .

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  • Kashmir Solidarity Day marked in Pakistan embassy in Tehran
Kashmir Solidarity Day marked in Pakistan embassy in Tehran

Hafiz Saeed also criticised ousted Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for not playing an active role on the Kashmir issue , claiming that he would help Sharif become PM again if he helped with the "freedom" of Kashmir. Shehbaz Sharif said that the Pakistani people have always raised their voices against the oppression of Indian force in occupied...

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