• Lady Gaga to take a break after fifth album tour
Lady Gaga to take a break after fifth album tour

Later on, after their July 2016 split, she breaks down in tears. The singer is referring to her upcoming role in Bradley Cooper's A Star Is Born , and it's terrible to hear that her burgeoning career might have been partially responsible for the break-up.

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  • Miss America Gets Political With Brutal Trump Takedowns
Miss America Gets Political With Brutal Trump Takedowns

Mund plans to be her state's first female governor . The new Miss America isn't anxious that she may start her year-long reign by starting a Twitter war with the nation's Tweeter-in-Chief. "I think that the white supremacist issue, it was very obvious it was a terrorist attack". Miss Missouri Jennifer Davis emerged as 1st Runner-Up, whi...

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  • Two manatees rescued after Irma drains Florida bay
Two manatees rescued after Irma drains Florida bay

The entire thing was caught on video. A man named Michael Sechler wrote on Facebook that he and his friends spotted two manatees stranded near Sarasota. "We just want people to realize this is a serious threat". "We're not actually intervening at this point", Gordon told the local newspaper Bradenton Herald .

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  • Google appeals against 2.4-billion euro fine in European Union court
Google appeals against 2.4-billion euro fine in European Union court

A Google spokesperson confirmed the appeal filed but denied making any further comments. Google has already submitted a rough draft to regulators over changes it must make by September 28 to avoid further fines, which should include giving equal treatment to rivals.

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  • Former governor Mikheil Saakashvili 'forces entry' to Ukraine
Former governor Mikheil Saakashvili 'forces entry' to Ukraine

In a fighting country, where other border guards fight and die to protect the border from Russian invaders. "He showed who steals, how much and how". "Now, I am strongly convinced that this issue was within the competence of law enforcement agencies and they started acting".

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  • China pledges support for Pakistan's war against terrorism
China pledges support for Pakistan's war against terrorism

Addressing a press conference here along with Pakistan's Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif, his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi said both countries are "steady anchors for peace in the region" and that Beijing fully backs Islamabad in its fight against terrorism and supports it in safeguarding its sovereignty, Geo News reported.

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  • President Mamnoon to represent Pakistan at OIC summit in Astana
President Mamnoon to represent Pakistan at OIC summit in Astana

It may be recalled that Summit on Science and Technologies of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation was initiated by President Nursultan Nazarbayev. The two-day summit is scheduled to take place on September 10-11 in Astana . The occasion "will provide opportunities to review bilateral relations and exchange views on regional and global issues...

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  • John McCain: 'This is a very vicious form of cancer'
John McCain: 'This is a very vicious form of cancer'

McCain recently completed his first round of chemotherapy and radiation, and he said that he would have an MRI on Monday, an imaging technique used to evaluate medical conditions. "We have to understand that the climate may be changing", McCain said . "This was not an exercise in bipartisanship", McCain said Sunday. A spending deal should have...

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  • Hurricane Irma Causes Ocean to Disappear in Bahamas
Hurricane Irma Causes Ocean to Disappear in Bahamas

You can also see some roof damage. "They are getting nowhere". Chamberlain said they could find no way off the island after multiple calls to the airliner and embassy. "Homes have been destroyed, schools and the only hospital badly damaged, and already one death is being reported, and more is to come as there are two more hurricanes scheduled to hi...

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  • Top 25: TCU Horned Frogs wear down Arkansas Razorbacks
Top 25: TCU Horned Frogs wear down Arkansas Razorbacks

The Hogs struggled on the all-important third-down, converting just 4-of-14. In a rematch of last year's 41-38 double-overtime win in Fort Worth, Texas, TCU will head to The Hill for the first time since 1988 when both the Horned Frogs and Razorbacks were members of the Southwest Conference (SWC).

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  • South Korea Deploys US Anti-Missile Launchers Amid Protests
South Korea Deploys US Anti-Missile Launchers Amid Protests

Putin, speaking in China on Tuesday, condemned North Korea's nuclear test as provocative but said Russian Federation views sanctions as "useless and ineffective". Though he took a more critical view this week, Moon previously raised the notion of military talks between North and South as a way to possibly ease the growing strain.

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  • University of California sues Trump over decision to end DACA
University of California sues Trump over decision to end DACA

The suit comes in addition to a suit California Attorney General Xavier Becerra also plans to file on behalf of DACA recipients. Fifteen states and the District of Columbia have filed a lawsuit in NY challenging President Donald Trump's plan to end a program protecting young immigrants from deportation.

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  • Arsene Wenger questions Neymar motive for Paris Saint-Germain move
Arsene Wenger questions Neymar motive for Paris Saint-Germain move

Mbappe could get his Paris Saint-Germain debut following his loan move from Monaco which is set to be made permanent next summer. The 18-year-old striker had a sensational breakthrough season at Monaco last term, scoring 26 goals in 44 appearances, and was heavily linked with a Premier League switch ahead of the 2017/18 campaign.

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  • How Zoos, Wildlife Centers Are Preparing for Hurricane Irma
How Zoos, Wildlife Centers Are Preparing for Hurricane Irma

Several other Florida zoos will be preparing to ride out the storm, including Brevard Zoo in Melbourne, which will have its larger animals stay in night houses, while smaller animals will be moved to the zoo's veterinary hospital, according to Florida Today .

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  • 'Cut off oil to North': South Korea in plea to Russian Federation
'Cut off oil to North': South Korea in plea to Russian Federation

Seoul has hardened its stance against Pyongyang after its torrent of weapons tests, the latest a detonation Sunday of what North Korea said was a thermonuclear weapon built for missiles capable of reaching the USA mainland. Mr. Putin met South Korea's Moon Jae-in on the sidelines of an economic summit in the eastern Russian city of Vladivostok amid...

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  • United States pushes oil embargo on NKorea, takes aim at Kim Jong
United States pushes oil embargo on NKorea, takes aim at Kim Jong

The United States wants the United Nations Security Council to impose an oil embargo on North Korea, ban its exports of textiles and the hiring of North Korean laborers overseas, and subject leader Kim Jong Un to an asset freeze and travel ban, according to a draft resolution seen by Reuters on Wednesday.

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  • Officials prepare for Hurricane Irma in metro Atlanta
Officials prepare for Hurricane Irma in metro Atlanta

Governor McMaster says there is no predication on when evacuated areas will reopen, and he will do so when it's determined safe to do so. During a news conference Saturday afternoon in which Gov. At the Sunday press meeting, SCDOT said traffic levels have returned to pre-storm conditions, except for I-20. "We do not think we need to close schoo...

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  • Tony Blair calls for tougher immigration rules to prevent Brexit
Tony Blair calls for tougher immigration rules to prevent Brexit

Asked about Blair's proposals, Defense Minister Michael Fallon said the government had to get on with delivering Brexit . Labour's shadow Brexit secretary, Sir Keir Starmer, said the bill amounted to an "affront to Parliament", a claim which Brexit secretary David Davis said was "cynical and unprincipled".

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  • Crane cracks and falls in Miami
Crane cracks and falls in Miami

It wasn't immediately clear whether the collapse caused any injuries. City officials last week said that the cranes could not be tied down or moved. "AVOID THE AREA!" the city's tweet said. 20 to 25 tower construction cranes loom over the area, hundreds of feet tall. The same videos showed his tower cranes spinning in the background.

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  • Allegri concerned by Chievo shot tally
Allegri concerned by Chievo shot tally

Three days ahead of their trip to the Camp Nou Massimiliano Allegri tested his troops after the worldwide break which had deprived the champions of key players. "It could go either way but we'll have to secure qualification to the next round in the three games that come after Tuesday", he said. "We showed a lot of respect for Chievo and will show...

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  • Trump speaks to Qatar emir on Gulf unity
Trump speaks to Qatar emir on Gulf unity

Some reports say the dispute over protocol was over Qatar News Agency failing to mention that Doha had initiated the call, according to Al Jazeera . The king's 32-year-old son and heir to the throne, who oversees Saudi energy and defense policy, visited Russian Federation in May to boost ties between the world's two top oil producers.

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  • Matches to Make After UFC 215
Matches to Make After UFC 215

Nunes' unanimous-decision victory set her up for a championship opportunity, and she hasn't looked back since. I know at the end of the round she was the one getting exhausted, not me. Despite the event losing its top attraction after the main event between UFC featherwight champion Demetrious "Mighty Mouse" Johnson and challenger Roy Borg was canc...

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  • Gulfy-gully: Trump offers to mediate in Qatar crisis
Gulfy-gully: Trump offers to mediate in Qatar crisis

The Saudi-led bloc has also imposed sanctions against the tiny Persian Gulf country, including restrictions on Qatari aircraft using their airspace. HH the Emir welcomed the proposal of his brother HRH the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia during the call to assign two envoys to resolve controversial issues in a way that does not affect the sovere...

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  • Effingham County schools to close for Irma
Effingham County schools to close for Irma

The decision to close will be up to the local districts. Original Story: Public schools, colleges and universities will be closed starting Friday through Monday, says Gov. Our team and campus security are in continuous contact with local, state and federal agencies regarding Irma's progress. FSU said class schedules remain unchanged for now, bu...

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  • Three dead as Hurricane Irma batters Florida
Three dead as Hurricane Irma batters Florida

ET, Lanier said. The roads were "wet and windy", he added, noting that Bridges was the mother of a young son and had worked for the sheriff's department for 13 years. Further details about what happened have not been released. He was headed for duty at the Hardee Correctional Institution. "It is because of their work we are able to live in a stat...

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  • Hurricane Irma sucks water away from shorelines, changing shape of ocean temporarily
Hurricane Irma sucks water away from shorelines, changing shape of ocean temporarily

Low pressure is basically a sucking mechanism - it sucks the air into it, and when it's really low, it can change the shape of the surface of the ocean. Virgin Islands, and is now wreaking havoc on Florida. More than six million people in Florida, roughly 30 per cent of the population, have been told to evacuate.

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  • Vladimir Putin lashes out at Donald Trump over North Korea situation
Vladimir Putin lashes out at Donald Trump over North Korea situation

Amid rising tension over North Korea's nuclear tests, South Korea's president has pleaded with Russia to help it with its push to cut off oil supplies to Pyongyang's regime, but Russian President Vladimir Putin is urging for diplomacy, saying that sanctions and pressure won't work, while stopping oil supply would have a worrying impact on regular...

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  • Hurricane Irma to bring rain to Harrisburg region Tuesday night
Hurricane Irma to bring rain to Harrisburg region Tuesday night

High pressure will dominate our weather with sunshine and seasonably cool temperatures on Sunday with a bit of a warming trend on tap Monday and Tuesday with temperatures in the 70s to near 80 degrees. Irma will bring a huge storm surge across the keys, barrier islands, and other low lying areas in addition to the strong and damaging winds. Thi...

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  • Hillary Clinton Says She's Done Running for Office
Hillary Clinton Says She's Done Running for Office

In the book, the former First Lady and Secretary of State blames a variety of culprits for her upset defeat. "You know, feeling, like an out-of-body experience". "There were a large number of people who didn't care". It did not matter to them, ' Clinton said. "I don't know quite what audience he was playing to", Clinton remarked.

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  • Death tolls rise, President declares national mourning after quake
Death tolls rise, President declares national mourning after quake

Alejandro Murat said Sunday that 71 people have died in his state. Federal Agrarian, Territorial and Urban Development Secretary Rosario Robles said in an interview with Milenio Television that on Saturday she had accompanied the Oaxaca Governor on a tour of several municipalities in the state.

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  • Bannon: McConnell told Trump to back off
Bannon: McConnell told Trump to back off "Drain the Swamp" talk

Wow. We thought we'd never see the day where Steve Bannon totally denounces white supremacy. The possibility that the bishops might see a humanitarian angle here, that they might find a doctrinal reason to shelter people fleeing poverty and strife in other nations by letting them into the US never seems to occur to Bannon.

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  • America's Tea Party turns against Speaker Paul Ryan
America's Tea Party turns against Speaker Paul Ryan

His and Ms Pelosi's apparent outmanoeuvring of the Republicans sparked calls on Friday for Mr Ryan, the Republican leader of the House, to resign. But Hurricane Harvey and Trump's decision to rescind a program protecting some 800,000 immigrants from deportation have saddled Congress with new challenges.

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  • NOAA plane flies through powerful Hurricane Irma
NOAA plane flies through powerful Hurricane Irma

Irma has already killed at least 22 people in the Caribbean and on Saturday morning became the first Category 5 hurricane to hit Cuba since 1924. And Miami isn't in the clear either. The storm is now a category 3 but is expected to restrengthen upon landfall. There have been reports of huge waves breaking over sea walls, particularly in ...

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  • Macron urges European Union to avoid rupture with Turkey
Macron urges European Union to avoid rupture with Turkey

French President Emmanuel Macron Thursday backed Germany's idea of a European Monetary Fund to counter economic shocks in eurozone member states but stressed the ultimate goal of deeper integration should remain a eurozone budget. Greece has undergone three economic bailouts since 2010 that were accompanied by substantial austerity measures in...

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  • Skin bank in Dera Sacha Sauda headquarters sealed
Skin bank in Dera Sacha Sauda headquarters sealed

Ram Rahim was convicted in the 1999 rape cases by a CBI special court in Panchkula on August 25. Isolated incidents of violence were also reported from Delhi and several other places in Punjab. "There are 131 companies of para-military forces deployed in Haryana", the DGP said. While confirming that the search operation is expected to continue ti...

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