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GM says it has 2,700 jobs for workers slated to be laid off
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2018-12-15    27 views
General Motors’ plans to lay off thousands of employees might not be as bad as originally projected.

The company said Friday that 2,700 out of the 3,300 U.S. factory jobs slated for elimination will now be saved. Blue-collar workers will still lose jobs at four U.S. plants slated for closure next year, but most will be able to find employment at eight other GM factories where jobs are being added. Some will have to relocate.

GM still plans to lay off about 8,000 white-collar workers and another 2,600 factory workers in Canada.
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China’s Huawei Executive Seeks Bail in US Extradition Case - update
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2018-12-11    21 views
Meng Wanzhou, the detained CFO of Huawei, is seeking bail in Canada on concerns for her health.

However, Canadian prosecutors have argued she can't be trusted.

Meng is fighting to be released after her arrest earlier this month in Vancouver.

She faces extradition to the United States.
Court documents showed U.S. authorities accuse her of misleading banks and putting those banks at risk of breaking U.S. sanctions on Iran.

They allege she was trying to use those banks to move money out of Iran.

Meng faces charges of conspiracy to defraud multiple financial institutions, with each charge carrying a maximum prison sentence of 30 years. Meng denies the charges.
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Trump to roll back carbon rule on new coal plants
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2018-12-06    7 views
The Trump administration is expected on Dec. 6, to roll back an Obama-era rule requiring new coal plants to slash carbon emissions, a move that could crack open the door in coming years for new plants fired by the fossil fuel.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) made an "energy policy announcement" on Thursday. Andrew Wheeler, EPA's acting administrator, spoke alongside Harry Alford, president of the National Black Chamber of Commerce, a long-time opponent of former President Barack Obama's limits on carbon emissions.

The EPA proposed allowing new coal plants to emit up to 1,900 pounds of carbon dioxide per megawatt-hour of electricity.

The Trump proposal replaces an Obama-era standard allowing only 1,400 pounds of carbon per megawatt-hour.

Under the Obama rule, new coal plants would have to burn some natural gas and install carbon capture equipment or highly efficient technology that is not yet commercially available.

The U.S. government lists only two major coal plants being planned over the next four years as the industry has been discouraged by plentiful and less-expensive natural gas. That could change as President Donald Trump rolls back regulations.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell applauded the EPA, saying it would help families who work in the coal industry in his state of Kentucky. "Coal deserves a level playing field, and that’s what this White House is trying to accomplish," McConnell said.

Myron Ebell, who led Trump's EPA transition team last year, said Trump's policies could allow new coal plants to be built in the next 5, 10 or 15 years.

The administration says coal plants can be made to burn coal far more efficiently. But high costs have made them uneconomic. The regulatory rollback comes ahead of the annual U.N. climate talks in Poland next week, where White House officials plan a panel on coal technology.
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World leaders lined up for a family photo at the G20 Summit in Buenos Aires
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2018-12-01    0 views
President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump take a family photo with other world leaders at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina
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President Trump grants new authority to U.S. troops to protect border personnel
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2018-11-22    254 views
President trump is granting new authority to u-s troops on the u.S. - mexico border.


The decision comes as a large group of migrants is arriving at the region.


Camila bernal breaks down what's in the new guidelines



--reporter pkg-as follows--


Thousands of troops spending the thanksgiving holiday at the us mexico border as a caravan of migrants traveling from central america is approaching


Pres. Donald trump/tuesday: they are so proud to be representing our country on the border where if you look at what's happening, mexico, the people from tijuana are saying, wow, these are tough people.


And the white house on wednesday issuing new and specific guidelines for how u.S. Troops can assist customs and border patrol agents.


These new guidelines - in the form of a memo approved by the president - allow troops to use, quote,


"A show or use of force (including lethal force, where necessary)"


And allow troops to conduct activities such as, quote,


"Crowd control, temporary detention and cursory search"


In response to the memo - defense secretary james mattis told reporters that there has been quote 'no call for any lethal force' from the department of homeland security.


Earlier this week, dhs secretary kirstjen nielsen laid out the strategy - and rationale - for the military presence -


Kirstjen nielsen, homeland security secretary: approximately 8 to 10 thousand migrants amassing along our southern border. The crisis is real, and it is just on the other side of this wall


There are just under six thousand u.S. Troops on the border. The president has promised as many as 15 thousand if necessary.


The pentagon said tuesday the mission will cost approximately 72 million dollars.


I'm camila bernal reporting.


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In addition to the new guidelines, the white house is appealing a judge's ruling that temporarily blocks new white house restrictions on migrants who come into the u.S. Seeking asylum.


The migrant caravan was a top issue for the white house in the lead up to the midterm elections - with president trump tweeting frequently about it, and referencing it often on the campaign trail.



Pres. Donald trump/tuesday: they are so proud to be representing our country on the border where if you look at what's happening, mexico, the people from tijuana are saying, wow, these are tough people.



And the white house on wednesday issuing new and specific guidelines for how u.S. Troops can assist customs and border patrol agents.



These new guidelines - in the form of a memo approved by the president - allow troops to use, quote,



"A show or use of force (including lethal force, where necessary)"



And allow troops to conduct activities such as, quote,



"Crowd control, temporary detention and cursory search"



In response to the memo - defense secretary james mattis told reporters that there has been quote 'no call for any lethal force' from the department of homeland security.



Earlier this week, dhs secretary kirstjen nielsen laid out the strategy - and rationale - for the military presence -



Kirstjen nielsen, homeland security secretary: approximately 8 to 10 thousand migrants amassing along our southern border. The crisis is real, and it is just on the other side of this wall



There are just under six thousand u.S. Troops on the border. The president has promised as many as 15 thousand if necessary.
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Nikky Haley: Multilateralism and the Role of the United Nations
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2018-11-22    0 views
Year in and year out, the United States contributes 20 percent of the funding for the United Nations system.
U.S. taxpayers in places like Oklahoma, Idaho, and Minnesota provide 25 percent of the $7 billion budget for the UN peacekeeping operations thousands of miles away in Kinshasa, Juba, Pristina, and elsewhere.
These same taxpayers contribute more than 35 percent of the funding for the world’s largest multilateral humanitarian organization, the World Food Program.
We contribute 13 percent of the funding that allows UNICEF to help children worldwide.
U.S. taxpayers shoulder 42 percent of the burden of paying for the work of the UN Refugee Agency.
The vast size of the financial support the United States gives the United Nations illustrates our seriousness with which we take this work and our commitment.
But I will be honest with you: there are times when the American people question their generous support to the United Nations.
There are times when we are tempted to believe that multilateralism has been a bad deal for the United States; that we could be more effective advancing our principles and interests on our own. And there are times when that conclusion is correct.
It’s not that the American people are cheap. It’s not that we’re selfish. Quite the contrary. We are a blessed nation.

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Videos of the day-President Trump and First Lady Welcome White House Christmas Tree
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2018-11-20    410 views
President Trump and First Lady Welcome White House Christmas Tree
Ahead of their White House pardon, turkeys relax at a luxury hotel
CHRIS WATTS SENTENCED TO LIFE IN PRISON, NO PAROLE
Guatemala's Fuego volcano erupts
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Guatemala's Fuego volcano erupts
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2018-11-19    500 views
Nearly 4,000 people were evacuated due to volcanic activity around the Fuego volcano in Guatemala, on Monday, Nov. 19.

The country issued the highest alert Sunday, when the volcano began violently erupting.

Guatemala's National Disaster Agency, CONRED, has been communicating with the public via social media.

Early Monday morning, the "Volcano of Fire" spewed out dangerous flows of red-hot lava, ash, and gas on an area previously devastated by eruptions.

More than 2,000 people have taken refuge in shelters so far, officials from the agency told reporters.

There were no immediate reports of injuries, according to Reuters.

More dangerous flows of hot lava and ash could be expelled, said Juan Pablo Oliva, head of the Guatemala's seismological, volcanic and meteorological institute INSIVUMEH.

The "Volcano of Fire" is one of the most active in Central America, with this latest eruption being the fifth one this year.

An eruption in June killed over 190 people, with over 200 still officially missing, according to Reuters.

The 12,300-foot volcano is about 19 miles south of Guatemala City.
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Border patrol ready in San Diego for Caravan-update
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2018-11-19    3K views
It’s quiet on the San Diego side of the U.S. - Mexico border. But border patrol is ready for all scenarios as thousands of migrants move toward Tijuana.

Tekae Michael, Border Patrol public affairs officer for the San Diego Sector:

“There are individuals on the south side, sort of forming, which isn’t normal.”

The first several hundred members of the migrant caravan reached Tijuana, Mexico on November 13. More stream in daily.

An estimated 5,000 in total are making their way north toward the U.S.”

Tekae Michael, Border Patrol public affairs officer for the San Diego Sector:

“We’re basically making sure we’re prepared for anything that does happen.”

On November 13, several people scaled the fence into the U.S before running back to the Mexico side.

The fence is about 8 miles from the port of entry.

Tekae Michael, Border Patrol public affairs officer for the San Diego Sector:

“Anybody that is trying to unlawfully enter into the United States in between a port of entry—it's illegal. We're protecting our border.”
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Videos of the day: President Trump and First Lady Visit Marine Barracks
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2018-11-16    1K views
President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump visit the Marine Barracks in Washington
Trump touts White House commitment to veterans
MEXICO--MIGRANTS CLASH WITH LOCALS IN TIJUANA
FIRST SNOW FALL OF SEASON COMES TO NYC AND NEW JEREY
AIR TRAVEL TO HIT ALL TIME THANKSGIVING HIGH
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First snow fall of the season comes to NYC and New Jersey
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2018-11-16    0 views
First snow fall of the season comes to NYC and New Jersey
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President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump visit the Marine Barracks in Washington
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2018-11-16    0 views
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump paid a visit to the Marine Barracks in Washington to meet with marines who responded to a recent fire at a public housing complex in the nation's capital.
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The first snow of the season hits our nation's capital
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2018-11-15    189 views
The first snow of the season hits our nation's capital
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More than a hundred people remain missing
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2018-11-15    10 views
as firefighters take control of the woolsey and camp fires in california... many people remain missing


sergeant steve collins/ butte county sheriff's investigations: "there are a lot of people that want some answers. they are depending on us to find their loved one."


the national guard is assisting in the search


sifting through debris and turning over rubble... looking for bodies


the grim task is taking it's toll on crews


sergeant steve collins/ butte county sheriff's investigations: "everybody that's involved here has an emotional connection to this. a lot of the people that are from this community have been impacted by either losing their home or know someone that lost their home."


the majority of the missing are from paradise... a northern california town all but wiped from the face of the earth


jody jones/ mayor of paradise: we went all over town yesterday and we did not see any neighborhood that wasn't devastated.


the mayor of paradise says they were not prepared for the fire's speed


jody jones/ mayor of paradise: "the winds were so strong it was blowing embers 1-2 miles the fire chief told me that. it was just blowing in 2 miles at a time// we had no time at all, maybe 5 minutes."


still she is confident they will rise from the ashes


jody jones/ mayor of paradise: we're gonna come back, we're gonna rebuild. we're gonna make paradise paradise again"

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CBP: Migrants scale border fence
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2018-11-14    0 views
About 300+ showed at here, started scaling at Border Field State Park, started scaling border fence on the beach...We are ready and will do our job and will make sure everyone is arrested and prosecuted
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CBP: Migrants scale border fence
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2018-11-14    0 views
About 300+ showed at here, started scaling at Border Field State Park, started scaling border fence on the beach...We are ready and will do our job and will make sure everyone is arrested and prosecuted
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Acting US Attorney General Matt Whitaker talks about the Trump administration's support for local law enforcement
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2018-11-14    3 views
Matt Whitaker/Acting US Attorney General: "One thing hasn't changed in all of this change at the Department of Justice. You may have heard, there's been a change or two of the Department of Justice. One thing that has not changed is our unwavering support for local law enforcement. We have your back. It is such an important mission. It is such an important task. This is a challenging time in our nation's history and we are succeeding in making our communities safer. The Trump administration will always be a law and order administration. We recognize public safety as the government's first and most important priority and we honor the role law enforcement officers play in protecting our society."
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Broward County Supervisor of Elections says it may be time to move on
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2018-11-13    178 views
Brenda Snipes:

"It is time to move on to let someone else, maybe it would be one of you guys out there. I think that I have served the purpose that I came here for which was to provide a credible election product for our voters."
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McSally Concedes in Arizona Senate Race
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2018-11-13    718 views
GOP Rep. Martha McSally has conceded the U.S. Senate race in
Arizona to Rep. Kyrsten Sinema
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US soldiers install razor wire at Mexican border
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2018-11-08    0 views
Epoch Times reporter Charlotte Cuthbertson is at the Southern border

This video shows the military installing concertina wire on the levee behind Granjeno in Texas, just north of the border, in response to caravans heading for the US.
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Trump Calls Jim Acosta 'Very Rude,' Suggests CNN Should Fire Him
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2018-11-08    46K views
President Donald Trump unloaded on CNN’s Jim Acosta, a White House correspondent who often gets into testy exchanges with members of Trump’s administration.

Acosta, who critics say acts more like an activist than a reporter, was called on by the president at a post-midterms press conference at the White House on Nov. 7.

Trump started off by saying he was pleased with the results of the elections, noting that Republicans extended their majority in the Senate while also retaining some closely contested governor seats in states such as Florida and Ohio.
He then said that he was glad that the Democrats ended up in control of Congress as opposed to Republicans keeping a majority by just a few seats because it would be easier for Trump and the Senate to work with Congress that way.

Trump said that if Democrats brought forth strong legislation on issues important to them such as the environment, infrastructure, and healthcare, then it was possible some Senate Republicans would help pass the legislation and Trump would then sign it.
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Trump Exchange With Jim Acosta
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2018-11-07    15K views
Trump Exchange With Jim Acosta
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Crowds wait happily in the rain to see Trump before rally
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2018-11-07    0 views
Crowds wait happily in the rain to see Trump before rally
MAGA rally in Cape Girardeau, Missouri on Nov. 5, 2018
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Dan Crenshaw: I do not demand an apology but he probably should apologize
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2018-11-05    1K views
Dan Crenshaw: "Everybody's asking that. Do you demand an apology from this man? I do not demand apology, but he probably should apologize, but I don't want some hollow apology. I think he's exposed himself. I think he's exposed himself for who he really is. I wish him well. I think what him and maybe the producers at SNL should do is pool their money together--let's throw a figure out there. A million dollars. And we will donate that to a series of veterans non-profits that helps veterans. Maybe the Navy SEAL foundation, maybe Wounded Warriors, maybe Folds of Honor. I was just at their benefit last night. There's a lot of great organizations out there, there's a lot of veterans that really need help. And frankly, this kind o thing is offensive to them. They feel laughed at."
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Shaun White Apologizes to Special Olympics Following "Offensive" Costume Backlash
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2018-10-30    285 views
Shaun White issued an apology Monday after he was blasted by the Special Olympics for his choice of Halloween costume — Simple Jack, a highly offensive character from the 2008 film 'Tropic Thunder.'

Credit: The Hollywood Reporter
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Trump to Sign Executive Order Terminating Birthright Citizenship
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2018-10-30    1K views
President Donald Trump plans to sign an executive order that would remove birthright citizenship for babies born on American soil to mothers who are not citizens of the United States.

"We're the only country in the world where a person comes in and has a baby, and the baby is essentially a citizen of the United States ... with all of those benefits," Trump told the left-leaning Axios blog.

"It's ridiculous. It's ridiculous. And it has to end."

It's unclear when exactly Trump plans to sign the order.
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Time Warner Center Evacuated Due to Supicious Device
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2018-10-24    1K views
The CNN headquarters at Time Warner Center in New York City was evacuated on Oct. 24, after a suspicious package was received.

"The NYPD is responding to a suspicious device discovered at the Time Warner Center, where CNN is based, in New York, according to a law enforcement source. The CNN bureau has evacuated as a precaution," CNN said on Wednesday morning.

Video footage showed a live broadcast from the center interrupted by the evacuation order, forcing CNN workers to exit the building and stand on the street as police officers analyzed the package.

CNN was discussing the packages as the evacuation cut short the broadcast and forced the news channel to switch to its Washington studio.
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TRUMP CALLS HIMSELF A NATIONALIST
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2018-10-23    0 views
You know they have a word, it's sort of became old fashioned. It's called a nationalist. And I say, really, we're not supposed to use that word, but you know what I am? I'm a nationalist. I'm nationalist.
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The crowd gets into the wave an hour out from Trumps speech
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2018-10-22    0 views
Trump rally, Houston
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Two hours before Trump speaks, Toyota Center is filling up.
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2018-10-22    0 views
Trump Rally in Houston
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Doors just opened for crowd at Toyota Center in Houston at 2pm local time
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2018-10-22    0 views
Doors just opened for crowd at Toyota Center in Houston at 2pm local time. Trump speaks at 6:30pm
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Trump, First Lady Tour Hurricane-Ravaged Florida Panhandle
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2018-10-16    39 views
Trump, First Lady Tour Hurricane-Ravaged Florida Panhandle
Saudi King Denies Knowledge of What Happened to Missing Columnist
Sears files for Chapter 11 amid plunging sales, massive debt
Scuba divers take a Halloween tradition underwater
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Ronald Reagan is back, but this time as a hologram
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2018-10-15    0 views
Ronald Reagan is back, but this time as a hologram
The Radio City Rockettes rehearse for new Christmas Spectacular finale
Octopus predicts its winning numbers for U.S. lottery
Going for gold: Sotheby's to hold its first sale dedicated to precious metal
Jewelry owned by Marie Antoinette to sell at Sotheby's
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Kanye West to Meet with President Trump at the White House
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2018-10-10    5 views
President Donald Trump will meet with rapper Kanye West in the White House on Oct. 11. The two will have lunch and discuss a number of issues pertinent to the black community, especially in Chicago, where West has an opportunity to offer a helping hand.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in an Oct. 9 statement that “topics of discussions will include manufacturing resurgence in America, prison reform, how to prevent gang violence, and what can be done to reduce violence in Chicago.”

Trump has recently announced a move to reduce violent crime in Chicago, where 2,346 have been shot so far this year (through Oct. 8).

West grew up in Chicago and recently announced he will be moving back from Los Angeles.
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20 dead in upstate NY crash involving limousine
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2018-10-07    16K views
State police say 20 people died in a crash in upstate New York that local officials say involved a limousine near a crowded tourist spot.

The Times Union of Albany reported local officials said a limo speeding down a hill crashed into bystanders at the Apple Barrel Country Store on Saturday in Schoharie, about 170 miles (270 kilometers) north of New York City.

Authorities on Sunday didn't release names of victims or specifics.

The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating.

An afternoon news conference is planned.

Credit: WRGB
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Kavanaugh Cloture Vote Advances 51-49
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2018-10-05    105 views
Senate votes to end debate on Kavanaugh and move forward to a
confirmation vote
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New Memo From Prosecutor Highlights Inconsistencies in Kavanaugh Accuser Testimony
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2018-10-01    75 views
A new memo from the prosecutor who questioned a woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, highlights the accuser’s multiple inconsistencies, including the insistence that a key witness was at the alleged scene, despite the witness refuting the accuser’s claim.

Rachell Mitchell, a prosecutor based in Arizona, was chosen by Republican senators on the Senate Judiciary Committee to question Christine Ford, who accused Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her in a Maryland home when she was 15 and he was 17.

Mitchell sent a memo to the Republican senators on Sept. 30, noting the many inconsistencies with Ford’s account that were revealed through questioning during the public hearing on Sept. 27.

Mitchell noted that the memo “contains my own independent assessment of Dr. Ford’s allegations, based upon my independent review of the evidence and my nearly 25 years experience as a career prosecutor of sex-related and other crimes in Arizona.”
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"We're not agents"-Skripal Novichok poisoning suspects claim they only went to Salisbury to see cathedral
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2018-09-27    0 views
Skripal suspects deny working for military intelligence *EXCLUSIVE*
UK’s Skripal suspects on life after accusations *EXCLUSIVE*
‘Our lives have been turned upside down’ - UK’s suspects in Skripal case *EXCLUSIVE*
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Carrie Underwood Cries During Hollywood Walk of Fame Ceremony
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2018-09-22    111 views
Carrie Underwood became emotional while receiving her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The successful country singer choked up while acknowledging her success and the people in her life.

“I’ve been so blessed in my life to have so many people that have … Crap. I’m crying … so many people who have believed in me. I’m so blessed to be born into a family who are here today—my mom is crying too, yeah—and not only just were they an incredible family but they were incredibly encouraging.”

Her powerful singing voice turned thin and high-pitched while she spoke at the ceremony. Underwood was accompanied by her husband, retired pro hockey player Mike Fisher, and their son, Isaiah Michael Fisher.

“Then I met an incredible man, Mike, who thinks I’m so much better than I am in every way. Thank you for believing me as a human, as a wife, as a mom and supporting me through all of this. He believes in me and we have another little man who believes in me too. Isaiah Michael, we love you so much. You’re the best thing we ever did. The best thing. I love you and I’m proud of you and I believe in you too.”

Underwood’s Rise to Fame
Music producer Simon Cowell also attended the function and spoke about Underwood’s rise to fame from its beginnings, when she competed on “American Idol” Season 4 and won.

“We were having the worst ‘American Idol’ season I’d ever had in my life to the point where ‘You know what? We might as well say goodbye now.’ The whole show was what I call gray and white. It was nothing. Then this shy lady walks in and sings ‘I Can’t Make You Love Me’ and the show turned to full color at that point. That was the effect you, Carrie, had on me, the producers, and the other judges that day. I thought we may have found a great artist here and we did.”

After Underwood gave an incredible performance of “Alone” by rock band Heart one night on the show, in 2005, Cowell predicted she would go on to win, and then sell more records than previous winners, according to VH1’s Behind the Music.

“Apart from being a great artist, you’re a role model, you’re a very sweet person like me. No, no, no. Not that I’m sweet. It was a lead on to something else. I was going to say ‘Like me, we both love animals.’ And it could not be more appropriate that a star is getting a star today.”

Country singer Brad Paisley also spoke at the ceremony.

“I think of the artists that will be recording here at Capitol Records that are going to walk out here one night drunk and throw up on the star of one of the most important artists we’ll ever have in our format. We love you, Carrie.”

Underwood is set to go on tour for her latest album, “Cry Pretty.” The first concert stop for The Cry Pretty Tour 360 is set for May 1, 2019, in Greensboro, North Carolina. She’ll make concert stops in the United States and Canada.
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VP Pence pledges to bring MIAs home from Korea
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2018-09-21    0 views
Vice President Mike Pence voiced optimism over the administration's effort to negotiate the denuclearization of North Korea, and he pledged to continue the U.S. effort to bring "our missing fallen home" from the Korean Peninsula during a flag presentation ceremony at the Korean War Memorial on the National Mall.

"Just recently, Kim Jong Un announced his committment to allow nuclear inspections, subject to final negotiations," Pence said.

Pence said North Korea's dictator also pledged to dismantle a nuclear test site and a launch pad in the presence of international observers.

Pence said he and President Donald Trump "welcome this good news," adding, "we look forward to further progress."

Speaking about the missing in action, Pence said, "The United States will leave no one behind."

Before speaking, Pence presented a flag that accompanied the August return of U.S. remains from North Korea to (Ret.) Col. Richard Dean II of the Korean War Veterans Memorial Foundation.

Moments after the flag was presented, a soldier played taps at the ceremony.

The Foundation plans to build a Korean War Wall of Remembrance on the National Mall to pay tribute to the 36,574 Americans who gave their lives during the war, which begin almost 70 years ago and ended in an armistice three years later.

The wall of remembrance will also list the number of wounded and missing-in-action.
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