• Hurricane Maria could cause risky currents along United States coast
Hurricane Maria could cause risky currents along United States coast

At 11 a.m., the hurricane was about 320 miles east of Nassau in the Bahamas and moving north-northwest at 8 mph. On the current forecast track, Maria will stay offshore but make its closest approach to the Outer Banks on Wednesday as a Category 1 Storm.

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  • US, Russian generals talk face-to-face on Syria
US, Russian generals talk face-to-face on Syria

This could mean that the U.S. military staff " feel absolutely safe " in the area which is held by the terrorists, the ministry of defense stated. The outlet reported that the meeting came after Russian warplanes attacked positions of the Syrian Democratic Forces, a group that is backed by the U.S.

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  • McCain 'never had any intention' of backing latest health care bill
McCain 'never had any intention' of backing latest health care bill

It would also limit spending for Medicaid , the federal-state program that now covers more than 70 million low-income people. The Graham-Cassidy bill now being considered in the Senate threatens to eliminate the Medicaid expansion. On Friday, Vice President Mike Pence met with Maine's own governor, Paul LePage, in Washington to discuss the R...

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  • Scaramucci: Bannon Has White Nationalist 'Tendencies' and a 'Messianic Complex'
Scaramucci: Bannon Has White Nationalist 'Tendencies' and a 'Messianic Complex'

It was like "The Mooch" was taking a view into a mirror. 'I could hit back at him but I'm not gonna hit back at him, ' he said. "We have Republican-on-Republican crime all the time", said the flamboyant billionaire financier. "I just don't think he had the skill set and the qualifications and the background to play a leading role in crafting the ...

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  • Florida lost more than $45 million after tolls suspended during Hurricane Irma
Florida lost more than $45 million after tolls suspended during Hurricane Irma

At its peak, 7.8 million residents were affected by outages due to Hurricane Irma, making it one of the largest power restorations in US history. Combined with FPL linemen and crews, almost 28,000 workers from 30 states and Canada worked on restoration efforts in Florida.

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  • Crowds gather ahead of UC Berkeley right-wing rally
Crowds gather ahead of UC Berkeley right-wing rally

Rioters set fires , smashed windows, and vandalized numerous businesses in downtown Berkeley. But here was Milo on Saturday, his Woodstock canceled, talking to a camera in a poorly lit hotel room, hawking a yet-to-be published book to less than 3,000 live viewers.

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  • 4 things you didn't know about North Korea's economy
4 things you didn't know about North Korea's economy

In any discussion of how to handle the increasing belligerence of North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-un, attention usually turns to China. Similarly, the textile sector is a significant provider of jobs: The most recent North Korean census in 2008 showed that almost 400,000 workers were employed in the textile manufacturing sector - and that was be...

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  • Police responding to church shooting near Nashville
Police responding to church shooting near Nashville

That information was later confirmed in a tweet by the Nashville Police Department. The shooter then reportedly shot himself but survived, although the extent of his injuries is unknown. A male member of the church exited the sanctuary, got a gun from his vehicle and confronted the shooter, who then shot himself, according to Don Aaron, spokesman...

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  • Jimmy Kimmel Criticizes GOP Health Bill for 3rd Night
Jimmy Kimmel Criticizes GOP Health Bill for 3rd Night

McCain was one of three votes that helped to sink the Republican effort in late July. "The Graham-Cassidy bill-what we're calling "The Undertaker Full Employment Act"-would cut health coverage by 14 million Americans in 2020, rising to at least 32 million in 2027", said Dr.

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  • Roy Hodgson says Crystal Palace must 'find aspirin' after Man City defeat
Roy Hodgson says Crystal Palace must 'find aspirin' after Man City defeat

He has made a promising start to life in the Premier League and is delighted to have the chance to work with the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss. De Bruyne and Silva ran the show that day, and many have tipped the creative duo to do exactly the same when Palace come to town on Saturday .

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  • Kelvin Benjamin out for today, not for season
Kelvin Benjamin out for today, not for season

The team seemed to move only through McCaffrey, as he accounted for 101 of Newton's 167 passing yards, 36 percent of the team's 288 total yards. Not being able to victimize a Saints defense that a week ago gave up more than 500 yards to the Patriots has to be concerning.

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  • Rajasthan's Falahari 'baba' arrested for 'raping' law student
Rajasthan's Falahari 'baba' arrested for 'raping' law student

Weeks after Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh was convicted to a 20-year jail term on charges of raping two of his female followers, another self-styled godman - 70-year-old Falahari Baba - was arrested, on Saturday, from Alwar in Rajasthan for allegedly sexually assaulting a 21-year-old woman.

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  • Trump's insult ensures an attack on the United States, says North Korea
Trump's insult ensures an attack on the United States, says North Korea

Earlier on Saturday, officials and experts said a small natural disaster near North Korea's nuclear test site was probably not man-made, easing fears Pyongyang had exploded another nuclear bomb just weeks after its last one. flew bombers and fighter jets along the North Korean coast Saturday to send a message about the "military options" open to Am...

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  • Hurricane Maria Moves North Away from the Battered Caribbean
Hurricane Maria Moves North Away from the Battered Caribbean

Since battering the Turks and Caicos Islands yesterday, Maria has moved away from land, and there are no coastal warnings or watches in effect as of the hurricane center's 8 a.m. It's the culmination of a week's worth of unseasonably warm temperatures, as highs have soared past 80 degrees for seven of the last eight days. The ultimate fate of Hur...

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  • Quake detected in NK presumed to be natural: S. Korean agency
Quake detected in NK presumed to be natural: S. Korean agency

A statement from China's commerce ministry said restrictions on refined petroleum products would apply from 1 October, and on liquefied natural gas immediately. He called Kim Jong Un a mad man, adding that the North Korean dictator will be tested like never before. The UN, in response, ordered new sanctions against the Kim Jong Un regime.

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  • Trump Tweeted 'Madman' Kim Jong Un 'Will Be Tested Like Never Before'
Trump Tweeted 'Madman' Kim Jong Un 'Will Be Tested Like Never Before'

A new term has reappeared in the daily lexicon thanks to the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, after he called President Donald Trump a " dotard ". "It will only push [North Korea] to pursue even riskier policies, because the survival of the regime is at stake". On September 3, North Korea detonated a hydrogen bomb with "perfect success", it...

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  • US takes North Korea threat of H-bomb test seriously, Trump official says
US takes North Korea threat of H-bomb test seriously, Trump official says

Ri's comments followed Kim's extraordinary statement lashing out at President Trump , calling the American leader " deranged " and vowing that Trump would "pay dearly" for his threat to destroy North Korea . Kim , of course, did not say the word - he was speaking in Korean. He added that the United States continues to seek a "complete de-...

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  • Raashi Khanna watches 'Jai Lava Kusa' with fans in London
Raashi Khanna watches 'Jai Lava Kusa' with fans in London

In Andhra Pradesh, the Tarak film has grossed a massive Rs. 19 crore while in Nizam and Ceeded regions, Jai Lava Kusa had collected Rs. 8 crore and Rs. While these reports are yet to be clarified, it was expected that Jr NTR would've sported a look a la Vikram in "I" and Surya in "24" had things worked out.

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  • TOUR Championship 2017: Justin Thomas, Paul Casey, Webb Simpson Tied
TOUR Championship 2017: Justin Thomas, Paul Casey, Webb Simpson Tied

Jon Rahm, Gary Woodland, Patrick Reed and Justin Rose are all a shot adrift of the lead, with Brooks Koepka, Jason Dufner and Xander Schauffele one further back. Dustin Johnson, the No. 3 seed, has been sputtering along. Jordan Spieth struggled with his long game and only a sublime touch around and on the greens allowed him to limit the damage to...

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  • LeBron James Tweets Brutal Response To Trump's Steph Curry Tweet
LeBron James Tweets Brutal Response To Trump's Steph Curry Tweet

Curry along with many teammates had already stated they were not going months ago and that included head coach Steve Kerr. "If it was, this would be a pretty short conversation". "We're all trying to do what we can, using our platforms, our opportunities, to shed light on it". Just like Trump's comments on the NFL had NFL players reacting i...

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  • Israel vows to act against Iranian threats to annihilate it
Israel vows to act against Iranian threats to annihilate it

Netanyahu singled out the deal's so-called "sunset clause" as the most problematic aspect of the accord. He was reacting to Benjamin Netanyahu's remarks at the United Nations session where he called for a stop to Iran's nuclear deal, development of ballistic missiles, and its actions in the region.

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  • Kenya electoral officials set Oct.26 as date for new polls
Kenya electoral officials set Oct.26 as date for new polls

OT-Morpho said an internal audit of its equipment conducted after the Supreme Court annulled the August 8 presidential election found no foul play. Explaining why it annulled Kenyatta's win, the Supreme Court said its order to view the computerized data was "a golden opportunity" for the electoral commission to present evidence to debunk Odin...

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  • Iran tests new ballistic missile with 2000km-range
Iran tests new ballistic missile with 2000km-range

In his speech at the United Nations, Trump accused Iran of supporting terrorists and called Tehran a " corrupt dictatorship " and a "murderous regime". "We will strengthen our missile capabilities". Though Iran has long boasted of having missiles in the same range in its arsenal, it was the first time that the Khorramshahr missile was...

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  • Earthquake Detected in North Korea
Earthquake Detected in North Korea

The escalating crisis over North Korea is worrying experts who say that a previously unthinkable nuclear conflict is fast becoming a real possibility. Kim said in his statement early Friday that if the US were to carry out its threat to destroy the North, his country would consider the "highest level of hard-line countermeasure in history".

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  • German political rivals agree: No lottery for me
German political rivals agree: No lottery for me

Macron has been using his tango metaphor - a variation on the usual description of the Franco-German "motor" which drives progress in the European Union - since he worked as a senior advisor to ex-president Francois Hollande. In the centrist politics of Germany today, commentators note that it can be hard to distinguish the mainstream parties f...

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  • A comedian leads the health care debate because somebody has to
A comedian leads the health care debate because somebody has to

Bill Cassidy , R-Louisiana and Lindsey Graham , R-South Carolina, particularly after Kimmel called Cassidy a liar over comments he'd made about the legislation. From Stephen Colbert's searing satire of President Trump to John Oliver's deep dives into current events, hosts have mixed commentary with comedy. Trump also said this of a protester a...

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  • Kim Jong Un: 'Deranged' Trump will 'pay dearly' for threat
Kim Jong Un: 'Deranged' Trump will 'pay dearly' for threat

Though Trump's speeches typically employ colorful rhetoric, threatening another country with destruction was unprecedented for a US President and took diplomats aback . He said there is evidence of fuel shortages in the country following the passage of recent United Nations sanctions , which targeted oil imports among other things.

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  • Iraqi Kurdish referendum to trigger new crises, says Turkish official
Iraqi Kurdish referendum to trigger new crises, says Turkish official

Turkey, Iran and Iraq have agreed to consider countermeasures against the Iraq's Kurdish Regional Government over a planned independence referendum, Turkey's Foreign Ministry said on Thursday. Barzani took advantage of the rally to push for a yes-vote for independence. The oil-rich province of Kirkuk is among the contested areas where the vot...

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  • Russian Foreign Minister accuses Trump of 'demonizing' North Korea in United Nations speech
Russian Foreign Minister accuses Trump of 'demonizing' North Korea in United Nations speech

The Russian foreign ministry said in a statement that they discussed "topical issues of the regional and bilateral agenda" during the meeting on Wednesday, according to news agency Tass . "We have to calm down the hotheads", and this requires contacts between the Trump administration and Kim's government, he said. Lavrov suggested that perhaps som...

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  • No clear victor as New Zealand election ends in stalemate
No clear victor as New Zealand election ends in stalemate

New Zealand opposition leader Jacinda Ardern has conceded her opponent incumbent Prime Minister Bill English has won the majority of seats. Under New Zealand's proportional voting system, large parties typically must form alliances with smaller ones in order to govern.

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  • Trump eyes military parade for July 4 celebrations
Trump eyes military parade for July 4 celebrations

In remarks prior to a meeting this week with French President Emmanuel Macron in New York City, President Donald Trump continued to speak very highly of this year's Bastille Day festivities in Paris , particularly the military parade .

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  • Pakistan accepts bodies of armed infiltrators to India for the first time
Pakistan accepts bodies of armed infiltrators to India for the first time

Identifying the boy as Mohammad Shayad, sources said that he sustained a bullet injury in Karmara area near Poonch. Gen. Sahir Shamshad Mirza that the Indian troops reserve the right to "retaliate appropriately" to any incident leading to the loss of lives among them due to the firing from across the border in Jammu and Kashmir.

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  • North Korea's Kim vows to make 'deranged' Trump pay
North Korea's Kim vows to make 'deranged' Trump pay

On the 4 July, US Independence Day, the country launched its most powerful missile yet, an intercontinental ballistic missile, which they said was capable of "hitting anywhere in the world". According to Trump, the order also would allow the United States identifying new industries, including textiles, fishing and manufacturing, as potential t...

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  • Japan deploys missile interceptor near N. Korea flight path
Japan deploys missile interceptor near N. Korea flight path

Japanese broadcaster NHK said Friday that three European airlines partially changed their routes linking Japan and Europe in the wake of North Korea's repeated missile launches. It also has threatened to launch missiles close to the coast of Guam, a USA island territory in the Pacific. He said: "This will be a great week, we look forward to it, a...

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  • Betsy Devos releases new questions for schools investigating sexual misconduct
Betsy Devos releases new questions for schools investigating sexual misconduct

The preponderance standard requires more than 50 percent of evidence must point toward guilt before a school can rule in favor of sexual misconduct. U.S. The department plans to keep talking to higher education experts, survivors and other students as it drafts more permanent rules. She said the department had acted beyond its authority.

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