• School delays Friday, a winter storm expected Saturday
School delays Friday, a winter storm expected Saturday

A winter storm coming in from the Pacific Ocean will spread snow and wind across the state and into southeast Idaho Saturday and Sunday. Blowing and drifting snow could make travel hard, especially in more rural areas. Travel could become very hard Saturday night through early Sunday. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weathe...

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  • European Union to Allocate $216Mln to Support Security in Africa's Sahel Region - Mogherini
European Union to Allocate $216Mln to Support Security in Africa's Sahel Region - Mogherini

Security and development must go hand in hand. Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy struggled to name the five countries of Mali, Niger, Chad, Burkina Faso and Mauritania as he arrived at the conference. and Gulf states - both seen as major players in determining the security situation in Africa. This Friday in Brussels, at a high-level global co...

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  • Biennial elections to five Rajya Sabha seats in MP on March 23
Biennial elections to five Rajya Sabha seats in MP on March 23

Officials said that the notification for the polls would be issued on March 5 and the last date for filing nominations would be March 12. Likewise, the scrutiny of nominations is March 13 while that for withdrawal is March 15. They will have 10, 19, and seven votes respectively to enable a joint opposition candidate to win, otherwise the tenth seat...

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  • Deadly Flooding Forces Evacuations Across US South, Midwest
Deadly Flooding Forces Evacuations Across US South, Midwest

The National Weather Service predicted the Grand River in Lansing would crest by late Thursday at 14.6 feet (4.5 meters), almost 3 feet (1 meter) above flood stage. Floodwaters have shut down countless roads in the South and Midwest and stranded myriad cars in high water. Lansing's Emergency Management Chief Mike Tobin tells WLNS-TV that risky co...

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  • Korda leads by four after closing eagle
Korda leads by four after closing eagle

Thousands of fans defied the humid conditions and occasional rain to support their local players, something Moriya says spurred her on to do her best. But the 21-year-old West Australian, already a three-time victor on the LPGA Tour in her short pro career, then showed why she's considered among the game's most dynamic shot-makers.

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  • Speeding Vehicle Knocks Down Students in India Killing 9, Injuring 24
Speeding Vehicle Knocks Down Students in India Killing 9, Injuring 24

Muzaffarpur : At least nine children were crushed to death under the wheels of an SUV sporting a BJP flag that lost control outside their school on the outskirts of Muzaffarpur in Bihar on Saturday afternoon. Chaotic scenes unfolded at the accident site and the Sri Krishna Memorial College and Hospital, where bodies piled up, injured children wr...

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  • The most off-script moments from President Trump's CPAC speech
The most off-script moments from President Trump's CPAC speech

Trump has invited doubters to feel his hair on more than one occasion. His comments were almost identical to what National Rifle Association leaders proposed during the three-day annual CPAC conference on Thursday, hammering home that the fight to protect the Second Amendment could be in danger if Democrats are successful in the 2018 e...

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  • Area Students Protesting Gun Laws Could Be Suspended
Area Students Protesting Gun Laws Could Be Suspended

Walkouts have been reported in various states, including Florida, Colorado, Minnesota and IL, where some school administrators said they were instructed to allow students to walk out peacefully, while others, like those in the eastern Texas city of Needville, said they had a zero tolerance policy toward such demonstrations.

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  • Legislature braces for state teachers strike
Legislature braces for state teachers strike

The West Virginia House has voted to apply $29 million from the state's rainy day fund to freeze insurance rates for teachers and state workers for the next fiscal year. Community partners have been working to address the county's high poverty, under-performing schools, drug and alcohol abuse, housing shortages, limited medical services and inade...

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  • Allison Janney Recalls Awkward Encounter With Kate Middleton
Allison Janney Recalls Awkward Encounter With Kate Middleton

It's the second time in a week Middleton has stepped out in the color; her hunter green Jenny Packham gown at the Baftas bucked the event's unofficial all-black dress code. "As I did, I called her "honey" and that might not have been royal etiquette". "She was saying that it was really pretty". I was telling her when she can wash it off - I sa...

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  • Rahul condemns lynching of tribal man in Kerala
Rahul condemns lynching of tribal man in Kerala

The Adivasis, who had blocked the ambulance carrying Madhu's body at Mukkali as it arrived there after postmortem at the Medical College Hospital in Thrissur , withdrew from it only after they were convinced that all the accused had been arrested.

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  • Iran threatens to withdraw from nuclear deal
Iran threatens to withdraw from nuclear deal

Big banks have reportedly stayed away from Iranian projects out of fear that it could violate sanctions laid out in the 2015 deal with the U.S., Great Britain, France, China, Germany and Russian Federation. As a result, Iran has struggled with domestic investments and foreign trade. "We can not remain in a deal in which there is no benefit for us...

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  • Primary suspect in Demafelis murder now in custody of Lebanon: DFA
Primary suspect in Demafelis murder now in custody of Lebanon: DFA

Her death sparked outrage in the Philippines and prompted the President Rodrigo Duterte to impose a departure ban on Filipinos planning to work in Kuwait , triggering a diplomatic spat between the two countries. They are among more than two million Philippine nationals employed in the region, whose remittances are a lifeline for the country'...

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  • Defiant Florida Survivors Leave NRA Spokeswoman Stuttering For Answers
Defiant Florida Survivors Leave NRA Spokeswoman Stuttering For Answers

I don't know anybody in the media who likes mass shootings . "Look at me and tell me you accept it, and you will work with us to do something about guns". When Rubio agreed to step into the Thunder Dome, which was meant as a forum to kick around ideas about how to stop the seemingly inevitable next mass shooting, everyone expected a big backlash o...

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  • Green Country Rain Brings Flash Flood Warnings
Green Country Rain Brings Flash Flood Warnings

The statement from the NWS said "with saturated conditions, nearly no area will be immune". More rain should fall Sunday night . Rain will be ongoing overnight Friday into Saturday morning, with a short break between late morning and mid-afternoon with spot showers and cloudy skies.

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  • Montenegro police: USA embassy bomb not terrorism
Montenegro police: USA embassy bomb not terrorism

The U.S. State Department confirmed late on February 22 that Jaukovic was opposed to Montengro's membership of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation as well as pro-Western political leaders in Montenegro. Many in Montenegro remain opposed to the country's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation membership because of the air war the alliance waged to stop t...

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  • At least 1 killed, 6 injured in Kabul blast near North Atlantic Treaty Organisation headquarters
At least 1 killed, 6 injured in Kabul blast near North Atlantic Treaty Organisation headquarters

Three people were killed and five others injured in Saturday's suicide attack in the Shashdarak area of Kabul , Interior Ministry deputy spokesman Nasrat Rahimi told CNN. "According to initial reports, no Resolute Support or USFOR-A members were injured in this incident", Gresback said, referring to the NATO-led mission and United States forces in...

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  • After Thought: Whining and Dining with Alberta Premier Rachel Notley
After Thought: Whining and Dining with Alberta Premier Rachel Notley

Environment Minister George Heyman and Premier John Horgan address the media about Alberta Premier Rachel Notley's ban on imports of B.C. wines on February 7th. Court of Appeal would even agree to render a decision", Notley said in an interview Friday. Jasmine Skirten said she is a big supporter of Okanagan wine and is glad the ban is over.

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  • USA sanctions against Pyongyang involve Taiwanese national, companies
USA sanctions against Pyongyang involve Taiwanese national, companies

Trump made the statement during a joint news conference with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull . The Blue House has said there are no official opportunities for USA and North Korean officials to meet. Nine worldwide shipping companies and nine vessels were also added to the United States sanctions list. President TrumpDonald John Trum...

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  • Russian Federation sends 2 stealth fighter jets to Syria
Russian Federation sends 2 stealth fighter jets to Syria

This is the first time the planes have been seen in Syria and it is unclear if Russian Federation plans to use them in attacks, as they are still going through developmental stages. USA officials believe the soldiers-for-hire were attacking a gas installation right next to the base controlled by US special operations forces and their Kurdish alli...

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