• European Council widens sanctions against North Korea
European Council widens sanctions against North Korea

Mattis' remarks come amid reports that North Korea was able to miniaturize a nuclear warhead and fit it on a missile, while the Asian nation said on August 9 that its government was looking into the possibility of attacking Guam , according to The Associated Press.

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  • North Korea threatened Guam numerous times in the past
North Korea threatened Guam numerous times in the past

According to the state news agency KCNA, North Korea is planning to fire four intermediate-range missiles over Japan to land 30-40 kilometers (19-25 miles) from the US territory of Guam , located in the Pacific Ocean 3,000 kilometers (1,900 miles) southeast of the Korean Peninsula.

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  • Venezuelan leader wants meeting with Trump
Venezuelan leader wants meeting with Trump

In a lengthy address to the 545 members of a new, all-powerful constitutional assembly Thursday evening, Maduro instructed the nation's foreign minister to approach the USA about arranging a telephone conversation or meeting with Trump .

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  • Thursday forecast: rain likely, high 83
Thursday forecast: rain likely, high 83

Low around 71. South, southeast wind 7 to 9 miles per hour. Expect overnight lows in the lower 70s. It will be a warm and muggy night with high humidity. Friday night: Showers and thunderstorms likely mainly after 1 a.m. Monday will see increasing clouds with the best chance for rain arriving late in the day.

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  • Trump's Harsh Language on North Korea Has Little Precedent, Experts Say
Trump's Harsh Language on North Korea Has Little Precedent, Experts Say

Or is the United States moving closer to all out war? In July, North Korea tested ballistic missiles twice, which sparked criticism from the US, Japan and South Korea. "They (the response) could be surgical strikes taking out the capabilities that the North Koreans have to conduct further attack, it might be an operation that's a bit more robust to...

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  • Donald Trump: I'm Not Firing Robert Mueller; No Collusion With Russia
Donald Trump: I'm Not Firing Robert Mueller; No Collusion With Russia

It was just last month that federal authorities executed a search warrant at a home in Virginia belonging to Manafort. That work sought the extradition of an exiled Turkish cleric living in the U.S. Trump said Manafort is "like a lot of other people, probably makes consultant fees from all over the place, who knows , I don't know". The committ...

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  • At least 36 killed, 13 injured in bus crash in northern China
At least 36 killed, 13 injured in bus crash in northern China

The bus was travelling to Luoyang city in Henan province from Chengdu city, the capital of Sichuan province in he southwest. Rescue work was still under way as the injured people were taken to hospital. Highway accidents are common in China because of high speeds and aggressive drivers. According to the World Health Organization, more than 260,...

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  • Spain could top Greece in migrant sea arrivals: IOM
Spain could top Greece in migrant sea arrivals: IOM

While the number of arrivals is much lower than Italy - which has seen more than 96,400 migrants arrive by sea this year - Spain is catching up with Greece, which has had 11,713 migrants arrive so far. They are all minors in their teens and, while they did not have any ID on them, are thought to be from Morocco, police were quoted as saying. Many...

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  • As tensions with North Korea escalate, Trump retweets several comparisons with Obama
As tensions with North Korea escalate, Trump retweets several comparisons with Obama

Bush had hand-picked leaders for these roles by June of their first term. Amid increasing tensions with North Korea , President Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to highlight comparisons between his leadership and that of former president Barack Obama, including an unscientific, almost week-old poll asserting he is the better president.

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  • Federal Judge Dismissed Attorney General Ken Paxton's
Federal Judge Dismissed Attorney General Ken Paxton's "Sanctuary Cities" Lawsuit

Instead, the battle over the state law will be fought out another federal court in San Antonio, where a number of cities are battling to preserve their sanctuary policies in the face of the new law, which is slated to go into effect September 1.

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  • OH reacts to declaration of opioid crisis as national emergency
OH reacts to declaration of opioid crisis as national emergency

Dr. Myechia Minter-Jordan, president and chief executive of the Dimock Center, said that declaring a national emergency could mobilize resources and spur innovations. "I don't know what the answer is", Stanhope said. There's never been anything like what's happened to this country over the last four or five years.

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  • Embarrassing: New York Times Corrects Story about Climate Change Report
Embarrassing: New York Times Corrects Story about Climate Change Report

The scientific report is working its way through the federal review process and, Hayhoe says, "has passed peer review, public review, agency review by all agencies and departments with relevant expertise, and review by a committee of the US National Academy of Sciences that was specially convened with the sole goal of reviewing this report".

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  • Weather forecasters say severe storms possible in Oklahoma
Weather forecasters say severe storms possible in Oklahoma

Friday due to downed trees and debris from storm damage. SOURCE.Radar indicated. IMPACT.Damage to vehicles is expected. McHenry County is under a severe thunderstorm watch until 9 p.m. The warning is set to expire at 9 p.m. The storms are moving east at 25-30 miles per hour, and the highest risk of severe weathers will be northwest of I-55 betw...

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  • South Korean Military is Ready to Act Against Every North Korean Provocation
South Korean Military is Ready to Act Against Every North Korean Provocation

Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said Japan's government considers North Korea's plans of a preemptive missile strike as a provocation . South Korean President Moon Jae-in has reacted with quiet restraint to increasing talk of conflict over the rapidly advancing North Korean nuclear threat, and in particular over U.S.

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  • Manafort Replaces Legal Team in Wake of FBI Raid
Manafort Replaces Legal Team in Wake of FBI Raid

Paul Manafort is searching for new legal representation as he faces an intensifying investigation into money-laundering allegations by Justice Department Special Counsel Robert Mueller , The Post has learned. Perhaps his family was there. "I know Mr. Manafort - I haven't spoken to him in a long time, but I know him - he was with the campaig...

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  • Vacationing Trump tweets leaky Fox report on North Korea
Vacationing Trump tweets leaky Fox report on North Korea

The sanctions were expected to bring North Korea and Iran closer. Fox News ran a report yesterday on North Korea, which pointed to some provocative moves on the part of the USA adversary. This is mind-numbingly stupid. The United States was eventually able to assemble formidable multilateral sanctions against Iran's nuclear activities, whic...

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  • European Union adds nine people, four entities to North Korea sanctions list
European Union adds nine people, four entities to North Korea sanctions list

Trump's unexpected remarks prompted North Korea to say it was considering plans to fire four intermediate-range missiles to land 30-40 kilometers (18-25 miles) from Guam, home to about 163,000 people and a US military base that includes a submarine squadron, an air base and a Coast Guard group.

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  • North Korea 'risks end of regime'
North Korea 'risks end of regime'

The resolution was adopted last week in response to North Korea's on-going development of nuclear weapons and ballistic missile activities. Trump's "fire and fury" remarks prompted warnings from U.S. "As said, they will be met with fire, fury, and, frankly, power the likes of which this world has never seen before", he said. "North Korea best n...

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  • Jammu & Kashmir political parties unite on Article 35A
Jammu & Kashmir political parties unite on Article 35A

At the previous hearing in March, the apex court had directed the state and the Centre to sit and deliberate on the issue together. Calling the matter as covering "sensitive questions", the court said that the governments should work on legality of the article as a "larger issue of debate".

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  • Daycare closed after child dies in van
Daycare closed after child dies in van

The employee was sacked after the incident, Little Miracles Academy owner Audrey Thornton said during a press conference on Wednesday. The high temperature in Orlando was around 93 degrees Fahrenheit, according to Weather Underground .

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