• North Korean Official Warns US to take Bomb Threat 'Literally'
North Korean Official Warns US to take Bomb Threat 'Literally'

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph Dunford Jr. "We had significant health challenges for many years and obviously the loss of life", Dunford said. Ri's remarks come after Trump on Sunday boasted that the U.S. was "prepared for anything" when it came to the North Korea nuclear crisis. Defense Secretary James Mattis had said weeks ea...

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  • Legalizing Marijuana Has Strong Support From Republicans For The First Time Ever
Legalizing Marijuana Has Strong Support From Republicans For The First Time Ever

Advocates in MI are expected to qualify an initiative for the ballot next year that would regulate marijuana for adults, and at least 18 states are expected to have legalization bills introduced during their 2018 legislative sessions. Gallup's data shows that the trajectory of Americans' views on cannabis is similar to that of their views on same...

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  • Body found is missing Texas toddler; father says she choked
Body found is missing Texas toddler; father says she choked

A post mortem has been conducted on the child's body, but the medical examiner has yet to announce the exact cause of death. Wesley didn't alert authorities that Sherin was missing until five hours later. In his revised statement Monday, he said the girl choked on the milk and that he removed her body from the home after he believed she had di...

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  • Weinstein Company sued for $5M, ex-assistant alleges sexual assault
Weinstein Company sued for $5M, ex-assistant alleges sexual assault

Weinstein then allegedly took her to a children's room where he overpowered her, removed her tampon and proceed to perform oral sex. She says she was there to discuss her career, but that Weinstein insisted she give him a massage. Police in Los Angeles, New York and London have opened criminal investigations. Weinstein representative Sallie ...

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  • Colin Kaepernick reportedly lands $1 million book deal
Colin Kaepernick reportedly lands $1 million book deal

The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday in Manhattan. Although Kaepernick has not played for the NFL this season, players have continued to kneel or sit during the national anthem in solidarity with Kaepernick. The free agent QB is nearly at his goal of donating $1 million to a variety of worthy causes, which he started a year ago, so for the time bei...

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  • First Lady Visits Michigan Middle School
First Lady Visits Michigan Middle School

Trump's footwear turned heads when she accompanied her husband on two trips to Texas after Hurricane Harvey, and one to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. "She's made a commitment to children in many different areas, and this is one of them". Ever since Trump and her son, Barron, moved into the White House in June, she's become an increasingly ...

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  • Appeals Court Paves the Way for Migrant Teen to Get an Abortion
Appeals Court Paves the Way for Migrant Teen to Get an Abortion

Dannenfelser commented on Tuesday's ruling that "federal court judges sided with the abortion lobby and its ally the ACLU against true compassion and human dignity". The ACLU said the teen is not seeking assistance from the government to obtain the abortion, as her court-appointed representatives will transport her to the health facility and priv...

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  • Rs 2.11 lakh crore recapitalisation for banks to boost growth
Rs 2.11 lakh crore recapitalisation for banks to boost growth

He said that the late fee which has been already charged to businesses will be credited back to taxpayers' accounts. The huge capital injection into the banks is meant to clear that bottleneck, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said at a press conference in New Delhi .

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  • Iraqi PM slams U.S. call for Iranian militias to quit Iraq
Iraqi PM slams U.S. call for Iranian militias to quit Iraq

On Monday, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, also the commander-in-chief of Iraqi forces, ordered the government forces to enter the oil-rich Kirkuk province in northern Iraq to regain control of the ethnically-mixed disputed areas. Amnesty International reported Tuesday at least 11 civilians were killed during fierce clashes between Iraqi go...

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  • 5 teens charged with murder in highway rock incident
5 teens charged with murder in highway rock incident

White was struck in the face and head, and the rock ricocheted to his chest, causing him to lose consciousness, according to Genesee County Sheriff Robert Pickell. In May, a woman driving outside Detroit was critically injured after a concrete chunk the size of a football became dislodged from an interstate highway and flew through her windshield...

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  • Kid Rock Will Make Tour Stop In Louisville
Kid Rock Will Make Tour Stop In Louisville

That's according to an interview Tuesday morning on Howard Stern's radio show , reported by our sister station, WXYZ in Detroit . Rock said on Howard Stern's SiriusXM show. His "bid for U.S. Senate" was covered by the press around the U.S. Seconds later, tongue firmly in cheek, Kid Rock laid out the conditions for a possible run: If newspap...

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  • India ready to receive Afghan trucks at Attari check post
India ready to receive Afghan trucks at Attari check post

Pakistan has acknowledged that it has some influence with the Taliban, but says it does not control the movement or its leaders. The Afghan version of a photo of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson meeting with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in Bagram Monday was doctored.

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  • Supreme Court says
Supreme Court says "No need to wear patriotism on sleeve"

The court noted that movie places are for entertainment, and people do not prove their patriotism in cinema halls. After receiving flak across the country on making the national anthem mandatory in cinema halls, a bench of Supreme Court has signalled to make amendments in the status quo.

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  • Egypt Says Destroyed Arms Convoy Crossing Border From Libya
Egypt Says Destroyed Arms Convoy Crossing Border From Libya

Some local news reports Saturday said Hasm, another extremist group, had claimed responsibility for the attack, but these claims appeared to be untrue, AFP reports . Egypt has been fighting against a wave of terrorism that killed hundreds of policemen and soldiers since the military toppled Morsi in July 2013 in response to mass protests against h...

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  • Public indecency case against Briton dropped by Dubai government
Public indecency case against Briton dropped by Dubai government

While his accuser dopped the complaint, prosecutors pushed forward with the case and Harron was facing the prospect of three years behind bars. But at the weekend he was given a three-month jail sentence which the Scot's lawyers now intend to appeal.

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  • Hamas Expected to Maintain Anti-Israel Stance
Hamas Expected to Maintain Anti-Israel Stance

Heading a delegation, al-Arouri has traveled to the Iranian capital to sit down with senior Iranian officials and discuss the latest developments on the Palestinian arena, especially the reconciliation file, as well as bilateral relations. "The reconciliation agreement in Cairo was very important". We are not interested in militias because they are...

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  • Facebook moving non-promoted posts out of news feed in trial
Facebook moving non-promoted posts out of news feed in trial

According to The Guardian , the new feature is now being tested out in six countries including Slovakia, Serbia and Sri Lanka. The social media powerhouse is testing out a return to what Facebook's news feed looked like when it started.

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  • House Committee Launches Investigation Into US, Russia Uranium Deal Struck Under Obama
House Committee Launches Investigation Into US, Russia Uranium Deal Struck Under Obama

The 2010 deal approved by the Obama Administration basically gave the Russian uranium company Uranium One rights to twenty percent of the United States uranium reserves. Then-President Barack Obama speaks in the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House in 2010. While at the State Department, Hillary Clinton helped approve the sale, which ha...

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  • Cabinet approves Rs 2.11 lakh crore recapitilisation for public sector banks
Cabinet approves Rs 2.11 lakh crore recapitilisation for public sector banks

The Union Cabinet has reportedly given the nod for a mega roadways initiative that will see the construction of 83,000 km of highways across India over a course of five years. The government is looking to raise nearly half the money from the market and private investments while the rest would come from its roads funds and highway toll.

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  • Warrant: 3-year-old TX girl choked on milk, father claims
Warrant: 3-year-old TX girl choked on milk, father claims

Police have still not confirmed that the child's body found Sunday was Sherin's , and they are awaiting the results of an autopsy to determine how the child died. Mathews was initially charged with abandoning or endangering a child when he first reported the girl missing. "Wesley Mathews then physically assisted the 3-year-old girl in drinking the...

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