• 'White Powder' Sent to Barack Obama's DC Office
'White Powder' Sent to Barack Obama's DC Office

Washington, D.C. authorities quickly reacted Tuesday after a white substance was discovered in mail sent to the offices of former President Barack Obama . The letter was addressed to the president's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr . The letter read: 'You're an bad person and now you get what you deserve'.

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  • Ford and Mazda update safety warnings for 33000 truck owners
Ford and Mazda update safety warnings for 33000 truck owners

Ford said the expansion was prompted by additional testing. Ford's Weigandt said the small pickups already were under recalls for driver and passenger inflators. Urgent recall notifications will be sent by over-night priority and registered mail this week directing owners to stop driving their vehicles and contact their local Mazda dealership f...

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  • Small Plane Crashes in Southern California
Small Plane Crashes in Southern California

Thomas "Tom" Gordon Hastings, 65, of Winnetka, was flying his fixed-wing single-engine Cirrus VK-30 plane from Henderson, Nevada, to Van Nuys over the weekend, when the plane crashed in Agua Dulce. Jake said his father had since flew the plane all over the country. The reason for the crash has not yet been determined, but the National Transportat...

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  • Tribute paid to Asma Jahangir
Tribute paid to Asma Jahangir

The spokesperson of the United States Department of State, paid rich tribute to Asma Jahangir, the expert lawyer and human rights activist who recently passed away a couple of days ago. She was a co-founder of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan. Father Bonnie Mendes, a former executive secretary of the Pakistani Bishops' National Commiss...

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  • Tributes paid to Pakistan human rights campaigner Asma Jahangir who died yesterday
Tributes paid to Pakistan human rights campaigner Asma Jahangir who died yesterday

The United Nations appointed her the special rapporteur for human rights in Iran, and her reports gave a voice to the Iranian people, many who were being treated inhumanely by their government. CM's Adviser on Social Welfare Shamim Mumtaz said that with Benazir Bhutto as prime minister, women had always been the top priority and different program...

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  • Britain to Send Warship to Disputed South China Sea
Britain to Send Warship to Disputed South China Sea

Speaking in Beijing , Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said he was aware of the comments. In a Monday report about the interview, the ABC quoted Williamson as saying, "We've got HMS Sutherland now approaching Australia and after she's been to Australia, she'll be going through the South China Sea".

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  • No One Knows How the Senate's Immigration Free-for-All Will End
No One Knows How the Senate's Immigration Free-for-All Will End

Democrats will look to leverage their votes for immigration reform in order to pass the more generous DACA legislation. But Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer signaled he was not on board with McConnell's plea for Democrats to start offering amendments that would each receive a fair shake on the floor.

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  • GOP Candidate Branded 'Sad' and 'Sick' for Meghan Markle Tweet
GOP Candidate Branded 'Sad' and 'Sick' for Meghan Markle Tweet

The image prompted fury from Twitter users, with many saying they reported Nehlen's account. And don't go anywhere near MM - she's got more power, strength, honor, and compassion in her fingernail than you'll ever know in this lifetime. The tweet instantly spurred backlash for the politician, who was accused as racist for the controversial photo....

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  • Rahul sees RSS hand in NDA government's policies
Rahul sees RSS hand in NDA government's policies

How he made Rs 80 crore out of Rs 50,000 in three months? Gandhi wrapped the four-day visit to Ballari, Koppal, Raichur and Kalaburgi by visiting the Anubhava Mantapa temple at Basavakalyan in the neighbouring Bidar district before flying back to Delhi later in the evening.

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  • Four security personnel killed in Quetta attack
Four security personnel killed in Quetta attack

Heavy contingent of police along with other law enforcement agencies reached the spot and kicked off an investigation into the incident. According to reports, unidentified men targeted the vehicle while it was on routine patrol duty on Sariab Road- the assailants fled after the attack.

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  • USA woman found with eye worm previously known only in cattle
USA woman found with eye worm previously known only in cattle

It's certainly horrifying to discover small translucent worms squirming through your eyeballs. Beckley was diagnosed with Thelazia gulosa - a type of eye worm usually seen in cattle in the northern USA and southern Canada, but never before in humans.

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  • Indian Mujahideen terrorist arrested after police got leads from interrogations
Indian Mujahideen terrorist arrested after police got leads from interrogations

This content is restricted to site members. About 165 people have died in incidents involving Ariz Khan. Speaking to the media, DCP Pramod Kumar Kushwaha of Delhi Police said that Ariz Khan aka Junaid, was nabbed from the India-Nepal border after the special cell got a tip off that he was going to meet an associate.

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  • What the Trump Jr white powder letter said
What the Trump Jr white powder letter said

You are getting what you deserve. Police said she reported feeling nauseous. Donald Trump Jr . also took to Twitter to thank law enforcement officials for their help and condemn whomever may have been responsible for the letter. "You are an bad, terrible person", the letter read, NBC affiliate News 4 NY reported, citing officials familiar wi...

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  • Mother testifies about 8-year-old's abduction
Mother testifies about 8-year-old's abduction

According to the post-mortem examination, the 8-year-old was raped, tortured, and choked to death by the individual. The medical examiner's testimony followed a day after Florida State Attorney Melissa Nelson delivered a distressing opening statement.

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  • NY Times Hires Friend of a Neo-Nazi, Then Backs Down
NY Times Hires Friend of a Neo-Nazi, Then Backs Down

Photo After The New York Times announced on Tuesday that Quinn Norton would be its lead opinion writer on technology, her Twitter history doomed the hiring. In a later tweet, Norton said she didn't support Auernheimer. After her tweets got attention, Norton tweeted numerous times in her defense, indiciating her tweets weren't taken in con...

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  • Senators Call Out Susan Rice for 'Unusual Email'
Senators Call Out Susan Rice for 'Unusual Email'

The email was referencing a January 5 Oval Office meeting Rice attended with Obama, Vice President Joe Biden , FBI Director James Comey and Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates . Rice continued, saying, "President Obama said he wants to be sure that, as we engage with the incoming team, we are mindful to ascertain if there is any reason that we ...

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  • Saakashvili flies to Netherlands after expulsion from Ukraine to Poland
Saakashvili flies to Netherlands after expulsion from Ukraine to Poland

In July, Saakashvili was stripped of his Ukrainian citizenship while his was visiting the United States, after it was revealed that that he had provided incorrect information on his citizenship application. Kiev's Western allies may also "raise questions about selective justice" in Ukraine, and the arrest could have a "negative impact" on Porosh...

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  • USA envoy urges United Nations action on 'atrocities' against Rohingya
USA envoy urges United Nations action on 'atrocities' against Rohingya

During his speech today in the Security Council, Jenca reiterated the importance of guaranteeing a voluntary, safe and decent return for the Rohingya people that wish to do so. He said worldwide political engagement, technical expertise and financial resources will be needed on both sides of the border - including for humanitarian and targeted de...

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  • Germany considers plan for free public transport to reduce pollution
Germany considers plan for free public transport to reduce pollution

Among the cities considering the municipalisation of transport services are the former West German capital, Bonn, and Essen, Reytlingen, Mannheim, and Herrenberg. Germany will pilot free public transport in five cities to address environmental concerns, local media reported on Tuesday. As the AFP noted, the proposal comes just over two years af...

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  • Donald Trump Jr Criticizes Adam Rippon's 'Olympic Experience Not About Pence' Comment
Donald Trump Jr Criticizes Adam Rippon's 'Olympic Experience Not About Pence' Comment

We see the world through very different veneers". McCain tried to talk about various things Hostin has said on the show, but ultimately apologized if Hostin considers herself a conservative. It is important to mention the rumor, that Pence supports the controversial procedure, began when a statement from his 2000 congressional campaign website surf...

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  • Canada PM Trudeau meets family of slain indigenous man
Canada PM Trudeau meets family of slain indigenous man

Stanley, 56, said the fatal shot came after warning shots he fired to scare the group off, as he reached into the SUV to grab the keys out of the ignition, saying his gun "just went off". The family has also filed a complaint asking for a review of the police investigation into Mr Boushie's death. Stanley said he though they were stealing the veh...

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  • No prospect of deal to restore Northern Ireland executive - DUP leader
No prospect of deal to restore Northern Ireland executive - DUP leader

Varadkar and May travelled to Belfast on Monday in an attempt to persuade political parties to restore devolved government and avoid the introduction of direct rule from London. "We will keep at it and continue to work on that progress", she said. Northern Ireland has been without an executive and assembly for more than a year following Irish n...

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  • Police investigating 'incident' at Houses of Parliament
Police investigating 'incident' at Houses of Parliament

They added: "The letter contained a white powder which is now being assessed by specialists". One office remained closed as officers carried out investigations, but the rest of the building was open, police said. The complex was not evacuated or placed in a lockdown. "The powder was found to be non-harmful". Officers are understood to be exam...

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  • United States urges help for Iraq, extends $3 billion credit line
United States urges help for Iraq, extends $3 billion credit line

Iraq needed far more donations on Wednesday, the last day of an appeal for funding to come forward at the Kuwait conference. Baghdad says it needs almost $90 billion to rebuild after a grisly war with Daesh terrorists which devastated homes, schools, hospitals and economic infrastructure, displacing millions of people.

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  • Alexander Delgado, Who Swapped Places With Twin Brother To Escape Prison, Recaptured
Alexander Delgado, Who Swapped Places With Twin Brother To Escape Prison, Recaptured

He then changed into the brother's clothes and walked out of jail. After prison authorities confirmed the swap by taking Giancarlo's fingerprints, they launched a manhunt. The head of Peru's interior ministry said: "Today there was the recapture of a violator who on 10 January 2017 fled Piedras Gordas when he was supplanted by his brother".

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