• Cold day but another peak in temperatures not too far away
Cold day but another peak in temperatures not too far away

Temperatures will eventually fall to the mid 20s tonight before only rebounding to the upper 30s on Thanksgiving . Friday morning will begin in the lower 40s, but temperatures will reach the lower 70s by afternoon. The period of Sunday through next Tuesday looks colder than average, with highs only in the upper 20s to mid 30s during the pe...

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  • Pakistani court ends US-wanted militant leader's detention
Pakistani court ends US-wanted militant leader's detention

Saeed's advocate A.K. Dogar earlier said the JuD leaders had been detained merely on the basis of allegations, without any substantial evidence against them, and called the call for extending the detention "illegal" and a "violation of basic rights".

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  • Mueller Probing Jared Kushner's Efforts to Defeat Anti-Israel UNSC Resolution
Mueller Probing Jared Kushner's Efforts to Defeat Anti-Israel UNSC Resolution

However, in an interview with NBC, the president noted that the FBI's Russian Federation investigation also played a role. Jared Kushner is catching flak from special prosecutor Robert Mueller over a number of undisclosed interactions with foreign officials a year ago, according to a new report that signals the expanding scope of the investig...

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  • Law enforcement issues warning for drivers this Thanksgiving
Law enforcement issues warning for drivers this Thanksgiving

Five of those fatalities were the result of an impaired driver and six were unbuckled. If you're going out with friends and family, always designate a sober, alcohol and drug-free driver for the night. Angle said troopers will have zero tolerance towards those not wearing seat belts. Drivers on Ohio's highways can do their part says OSP, anyone c...

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  • A North Korean defector makes a daring escape under heavy gunfire
A North Korean defector makes a daring escape under heavy gunfire

However, the jeep got stuck in a ditch and the soldier jumped out and started running toward the south. Closed-circuit television footage released Wednesday by the US -run United Nations Command, which controls the southern part of the DMZ, showed the man making his escape.

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  • US Navy Plane Crashes Near Japan With 11 People on Board
US Navy Plane Crashes Near Japan With 11 People on Board

Eight people have been rescued after a U.S. military aircraft with 11 people aboard crashed into the Philippine Sea en route to an aircraft carrier, Japan said Wednesday (Nov 22). Trump said in a tweet: "We are monitoring the situation". The aircraft was en route to the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan in the Philippine Sea.

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  • Russia Summons French Diplomat Over Billionaire Kerimov's Detention In Tax Fraud Case
Russia Summons French Diplomat Over Billionaire Kerimov's Detention In Tax Fraud Case

Russia said Wednesday it will make every effort to defend Russian billionaire businessman and Senator Suleiman Kerimov , who was arrested in France Monday in connection with a tax evasion case. "Certainly, it is noteworthy that Suleiman Kerimov is the holder of a diplomatic passport, with which he entered France". According to media reports, the...

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  • Zimbabwe's Mugabe defies expectations of immediate resignation
Zimbabwe's Mugabe defies expectations of immediate resignation

He has not been seen since Sunday. Mnangagwa said he had rejected an invitation by Mugabe to return home to discuss the current political situation. He fled to South Africa after his dismissal, saying he feared for his life. ZANU-PF ousted Mugabe as leader of the party and installed Mnangagwa in his place on Sunday, and at the very least, Mugab...

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  • Megyn Kelly: Donald Trump Is 'Tone Deaf' for Criticizing Al Franken
Megyn Kelly: Donald Trump Is 'Tone Deaf' for Criticizing Al Franken

Trump repeatedly emphasized that Jones has denied the allegations brought against him. In a pair of tweets Thursday night, Trump spotlighted the accusations against Franken, saying the photo "speaks a thousand words". Trump, however, signaled he might even campaign for Moore. "We don't need a liberal Democrat in that seat", he added. Some of hi...

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  • Massive quake swarms in 2018 'could hit a BILLION people'
Massive quake swarms in 2018 'could hit a BILLION people'

This year marks the end of the latest five-year slowdown in the Earth's rotation, thus pointing to an upcoming increase in magnitude 7 or greater earthquakes. "Major earthquakes have been well recorded for more than a century and that gives us a good record to study". The answer isn't completely clear, but scientists think it may have to do thing...

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  • Suspect arrested in fatal shooting of rookie Pennsylvania police officer
Suspect arrested in fatal shooting of rookie Pennsylvania police officer

The man sought in connection with the shooting and killing Officer Brian Shaw is in custody, various media sources are reporting. Pennsylvania State Police are searching for 29-year-old Rahmael Sal Holt after Friday night's shooting. Holt's cousin, Marcel Mason, and the cousin's girlfriend, Aysa Benson, face similar charges. Harper was arrested...

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  • What Should Investors Know About Campbell Soup Company's (CPB) Growth?
What Should Investors Know About Campbell Soup Company's (CPB) Growth?

Campbell Soup Company (NYSE: CPB ) touched its 1-Year High price of $64.23 on 02/09/17 and its 1-Year Low price of $44.99 on 09/22/17. Excluding items, Campbell earned 92 cents per share on revenue of $2.16 billion in the first quarter ended October 29.

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  • 360-degree look at reaction to Keystone XL pipeline approval
360-degree look at reaction to Keystone XL pipeline approval

The only options for Canada's oil producers are the Trans Mountain expansion, which will triple the line's existing capacity from 300,000 to 890,000 bpd, taking Alberta to Canada's Pacific Coast and Enbridge's Line 3 expansion to Wisconsin, which will boost the pipeline's capacity and is much more likely to move forward.

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  • That 'harmless' radioactive cloud over Europe did come from Russian Federation after all
That 'harmless' radioactive cloud over Europe did come from Russian Federation after all

The confirmation largely matched the earlier assessment of French authorities, but Rosatom continues to dispute that it is responsible for the high radiation levels, although it operates a nuclear reprocessing plant in the area. "The source of this planted information was in France where there is a facility that is a competitor of our Mayak tha...

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  • 'Oh Christmas Tree' Festival of Trees returns to Marietta
'Oh Christmas Tree' Festival of Trees returns to Marietta

The most popular trees - like the Fraser fir - might sell out earlier than normal. Part of the charm of coming out to a local Christmas tree farm is getting the whole experience of walking through the rows of trees until you find just the flawless one.

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  • Second US judge halts Trump ban on transgender troops
Second US judge halts Trump ban on transgender troops

These "consequences", as listed by Maryland U.S. District Judge Marvin J. Garbis in his ruling, include "the cancellation and postponements of surgeries, the stigma of being set apart as inherently unfit, facing the prospect of discharge and inability to commission as an officer, the inability to move forward with long-term medical plans, and the t...

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  • Additional remains of Sgt. La David Johnson found in Niger
Additional remains of Sgt. La David Johnson found in Niger

Questions have been raised over why it took hours before backup support reached the patrol, and why Johnson's body was left behind and only recovered the following day. Black, Jeremiah Johnson and Wright were killed alongside six Nigerien soldiers during the October 4 firefight, according to the Pentagon. Several US military officials caution the...

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  • Feds reveal HBO's alleged Game of Thrones hacker in wanted poster
Feds reveal HBO's alleged Game of Thrones hacker in wanted poster

In late July, Mesri is accused of attempting to extort HBO executives, threatening to destroy data on the company's computer servers, and leaking portions of the stolen data online. No actual Thrones video was ever leaked as part of this particular HBO hack, however. The indictment described Mesri as a "self-professed expert" in hacking who...

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  • Justice Department Accuses Harvard of Failing to Cooperate in Affirmative Action Probe
Justice Department Accuses Harvard of Failing to Cooperate in Affirmative Action Probe

Previous year the Supreme Court upheld affirmative action in college admissions decisions, saying that race can be one factor in order to promote diversity on campus. " 'It seems entirely consistent with President Trump's campaign rhetoric, ' says Tomiko Brown-Nagin, a constitutional law professor at Harvard". "Rather than provide the documents a...

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  • One dead, one wounded in Air Force plane crash in Del Rio
One dead, one wounded in Air Force plane crash in Del Rio

Michelle Pryor, vice commander of the Air Force's 47th Flying Training Wing, according to KENS 5. One pilot died and another was injured Monday when an Air Force T-38 Talon crashed in Del Rio, Texas , according to officials. A Val Verde hospital spokesperson could not be reached about the condition of the second person involved the crash. "Our...

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