• Snow will return by early Sunday morning
Snow will return by early Sunday morning

The best chance for snow will be late Saturday night and into early Sunday morning. A Winter Weather Advisory (purple-shaded area on the highlighted map) for 3 to 5-inches of snow is in effect later this evening overnight into Sunday for close-in counties around the Lake Michigan shoreline.

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  • Hawaii man says he's devastated about sending false missile attack alert
Hawaii man says he's devastated about sending false missile attack alert

I'm really not to blame in this. The missile alert went out reading, "BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII". The Hawaii emergency management worker who says he sent the false alert of an incoming missile is speaking out and says the mishap was not his fault, but rather a system failure.

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  • Here's everything you should know about watching Super Bowl LII in Canada
Here's everything you should know about watching Super Bowl LII in Canada

A 30-second Super Bowl commercial runs about $ 5 million this year, but on the bright side, companies might be able to bundle it with an NBC Winter Olympic Games ad. Also known as exotic props, these bets may be over before you know it, but they are a fun way to involve more casual fans who may not have an interest in the big game otherwise.

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  • 'More to come' as USA slaps Hezbollah with fresh sanctions
'More to come' as USA slaps Hezbollah with fresh sanctions

The U.S. Treasury broadened sanctions on Friday targeting Hezbollah's financial network in the Middle East and Africa in a bid to crack down on revenue streams the U.S. Hezbollah's financial situation: United States officials said Hezbollah was already facing financial stress due to paying for costly operations in Syria and Yemen.

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  • The (Many) Responses To Trump's First State Of The Union
The (Many) Responses To Trump's First State Of The Union

Joe Kennedy III was handed the task of delivering the official Democratic response to President Donald Trump's first State of the Union address on January 30. Kennedy , the 37-year-old family successor appeared to have what one may consider large and utterly freaky wet spots on the sides of his mouth while he was giving his speech after Presi...

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  • Woman to serve life in prison for murder of pregnant Fargo woman
Woman to serve life in prison for murder of pregnant Fargo woman

Crews' defence attorney, Steven Mottinger had asked for the sentence to be life with the possiblity of parole, arguing that Crews' acceptance of responsibilty "has to mean something". Her husband, Joe Greywind, said the family is trying to heal, "but we find it almost impossible". A local police chief had earlier called it a "cruel and vicious act ...

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  • TDP leaders tell Naidu to reconsider alliance with BJP
TDP leaders tell Naidu to reconsider alliance with BJP

There was no formal communication about what transpired at the meeting, but some senior TDP leaders said off the record that nearly everyone, including many district unit chiefs, wanted the TDP to end the alliance with the BJP after the Budget "ignored" the state.

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  • ICE Raided Dozens Of NorCal Businesses In Sweep Earlier This Week
ICE Raided Dozens Of NorCal Businesses In Sweep Earlier This Week

Some immigration experts have likened it to a political fig leaf, with so many significant flaws and loopholes that it allows employers to continue to knowingly hire undocumented workers with few repercussions. "It was no big deal for a company that follows the law", she wrote. New concern after ICE agents hit 77 NorCal businesses " I'm feeling b...

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  • Pence denounces Kabul terror attacks, reassures support to Afghanistan
Pence denounces Kabul terror attacks, reassures support to Afghanistan

This comes days after a high-level Afghan delegation visited Pakistan. He said that Pakistan had proposed five joint working groups, which focus on ensuring comprehensive engagement for countering terrorism, intelligence sharing, military, economy, trade and transit interaction, refugee repatriation and connectivity.

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  • Indian American lawmakers slam Trump's anti-immigrant rhetoric
Indian American lawmakers slam Trump's anti-immigrant rhetoric

Now he's putting that claim to the test with his immigration proposal. The White House says it's "incredible". Almost 700,000 unauthorized immigrants who call themselves "dreamers" under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program.

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  • Coming Out Of Shadows? Molina Healthcare, Inc. (MOH), Turtle Beach Corporation (HEAR)
Coming Out Of Shadows? Molina Healthcare, Inc. (MOH), Turtle Beach Corporation (HEAR)

Instead, you should be evaluating company-specific factors such as the intrinsic valuation, which is a key driver of Molina Healthcare's share price. The stock increased 0.36% or $0.33 during the last trading session, reaching $91.36. Leerink Swann maintained the stock with "Outperform" rating in Monday, May 2 report. Jefferies has "Hold" rating an...

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  • Groundhog Day: Punxsutawney Phil sees 6 more weeks of winter
Groundhog Day: Punxsutawney Phil sees 6 more weeks of winter

Pennsylvania's Punxsutawney Phil agreed. The quirky custom caught worldwide attention in 1993 thanks to the eponymous Hollywood film starring Bill Murray. And, though it seems an insult to Punxsutawney Phil, there is still a law on the books in Hopkinton, R.I., that pays twenty-five cents for each woodchuck nose.

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  • Senior UP cop caught on camera pledging to build Ram temple
Senior UP cop caught on camera pledging to build Ram temple

Uttar Pradesh director Homeguard, created flutter after he got caught on camera taking a pledge to construct a grand Ram temple in Ayodhya on Friday. In an unusual tweet, the association put out a video of the pledge and asserted that this wasn't in line with the ethos that the police service stands for.

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  • Sports Tribunal Overturns Lifetime Bans For Doping Against 28 Russian Athletes
Sports Tribunal Overturns Lifetime Bans For Doping Against 28 Russian Athletes

CAS said it found "insufficient" evidence that 28 of the athletes had broken anti-doping rules at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. This is in addition to the 169 Russian athletes approved by the IOC to take part in the PyeongChang Games as Olympic Athletes from Russia (in neutral uniforms without the Russian flag).

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  • 3 arrested for attacking Kashmiri students in India's Haryana
3 arrested for attacking Kashmiri students in India's Haryana

They had received injuries on their face and bruises on arms and legs. Mehbooba Mufti took to Twitter and said, "Shocked and disturbed to hear reports of Kashmiri students being assaulted in Mahendargarh, Haryana ". Mahendragarh superintendent of police (SP) Kamaldeep Goyal said that on the basis of a CCTV footage police identified six persons i...

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  • 90 migrants feared dead after boat capsizes off Libya
90 migrants feared dead after boat capsizes off Libya

Paris: The UN's migration agency says its partner agencies are reporting that 90 people are feared drowned after a smuggler's boat carrying mostly Pakistani migrants has capsized off Libya's coast. Prior to Friday's incident, some 6,624 migrants are believed to have arrived in Europe by sea so far this year and a further 246 have died, according...

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  • Exiled ex-Maldives leader will seek presidency again
Exiled ex-Maldives leader will seek presidency again

Amnesty International's South Asia director, Biraj Patnaik, says the ruling must be implemented and what he called the government's "witch-hunt against the political opposition and other critics" must come to an end. Mr. Nasheed was barred from contesting any election in the Maldives after his controversial 2015 conviction on a terrorism charge. ...

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  • Teacher Uses Black Students To Teach A Cruel Lesson About Slavery
Teacher Uses Black Students To Teach A Cruel Lesson About Slavery

Students went home Friday with a letter from the principal, who promises to work with teachers on best practices for covering sensitive material, such as slavery. A teacher at a Bronx middle school is sparking outrage for singling out black students during a lesson on slavery. Another student explained that the lesson continued with a video in wh...

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  • Sub-contractor speaks out about working with alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur
Sub-contractor speaks out about working with alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur

Western University criminology professor Mike Arntfield told CBC Radio's The Current that his students spotted a pattern of disappearances in Toronto's Gay Village "three years ago". Bruce McArthur, 66, is accused of killing the men and placing their dead bodies in large planters on his clients' properties across Toronto. He didn't report the inc...

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  • Trump hopes 'something good' comes from Olympics despite North Korean warning
Trump hopes 'something good' comes from Olympics despite North Korean warning

DONALD Trump's administration has made an embarrassing gaffe on a nuclear report on North Korea. She told the President "escaping North Korea is not like escaping another country, it's like escaping another universe". "They would rather die than be repatriated to North Korea and suffer a awful punishment for the rest of their lives", Lee wrote i...

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  • 'I Love NY' signs costing New York $14 million in federal funding
'I Love NY' signs costing New York $14 million in federal funding

Cuomo ignored the denial and unveiled the blue-and-white highway signs in 2014, touting them as a way to boost tourism. "Many of the signs were built Downstate by an Arkansas-based company with many manufactured out of state". The agency says the signs are out of compliance with federal law. The state has plans to launch a new tourism campaign ...

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  • Cuba state media: Fidel Castro's son has killed himself
Cuba state media: Fidel Castro's son has killed himself

She came from a family closely tied to strongman Fulgencio Batista, and her father served in Batista's cabinet. Mirta Diaz-Balart divorced Castro and received custody of their son. Fidelito married twice and had three children with his first wife, the Russian Natasha Smirnova. Cuba state media is reporting that the oldest son of late Cuban lead...

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  • Man charged with conspiracy for allegedly selling Vegas shooter armor-piercing ammo
Man charged with conspiracy for allegedly selling Vegas shooter armor-piercing ammo

The news of the charges comes just hours after Haig and his attorney gave a press conference on Friday morning, when both insisted that Haig had absolutely no connection to the shooting and that none of the ammunition he sold Paddock was found in the hotel room.

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  • Kelly: Teacher Who Slammed Military 'Ought to Go to Hell'
Kelly: Teacher Who Slammed Military 'Ought to Go to Hell'

Kelly told Fox that he hopes Salcido "enjoys the liberties and the lifestyle that we have fought for". The incident is now being investigated by El Ranco School District and Salcido was kept on an administrative leave since Monday.

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  • Irish ambassador to Israel summoned by Netanyahu over Seanad bill
Irish ambassador to Israel summoned by Netanyahu over Seanad bill

Ms Kelly was summoned to the foreign ministry on Wednesday for what was termed a "clarification", even though the Seanad voted on Tuesday night to indefinitely postpone a vote on the private member's Bill introduced by Senator Frances Black to criminalise the sale of settlement products.

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