• Schumer Says He Was Victim of 'Phony' Sexual Harassment Allegations
Schumer Says He Was Victim of 'Phony' Sexual Harassment Allegations

Schumer's office confirmed the Axios report to Observer and said law enforcement has been asked to investigate the fraudulent documents. The now former staff member named in the document as the plaintiff claimed the allegations were "completely false".

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  • 'Happy Holidays' isn't an attack on Christmas
'Happy Holidays' isn't an attack on Christmas

That's down from 51 percent four years ago. Only 15 percent (up from 12 percent in 2005) specifically wanted to hear a religiously neutral phrase such as " Happy Holidays " or "Seasons Greetings". While the celebration of Christmas as a religious holiday is on the downward trend, Pew results show that the number of Americans who mark the holiday, r...

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  • Florida Has Settled One Irma Price-Gouging Case Out of Thousands Filed
Florida Has Settled One Irma Price-Gouging Case Out of Thousands Filed

Now three months after Hurricane Irma, the crop production forecast reductions come as the Florida citrus industry seeks federal emergency funding to support growers hurt by the hurricane, according to the Florida Department of Citrus. "We are going to get them in line, sadly, before the next hurricane hits in a year from now", said Bondi. The se...

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  • Chloe Ayling's 'kidnapper' claims model plotted stunt to become famous
Chloe Ayling's 'kidnapper' claims model plotted stunt to become famous

Michal is now fighting extradition from the United Kingdom and a British judge has previously said he should fly to Italy to join his sibling to face the allegations. Young mum Chloe was reportedly spared after telling the kidnappers she had a child. But Lukasz said he did not knowingly take part in any crime. His lawyer will ask for the trial ...

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  • Trump Says He'll End US Visa Lottery and 'Chain Migration'
Trump Says He'll End US Visa Lottery and 'Chain Migration'

It left Ullah with burns to his body and hands and three pedestrians with harmed hearing and headaches. Ullah began the process of self-radicalization in 2014 when he started viewing pro-Islamic State materials online and carried out his attack because he was angry over US policies in the Middle East, prosecutors said.

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  • Winter Storm Warning issued for Lapeer County
Winter Storm Warning issued for Lapeer County

Some parts of southwest MI could get a foot of snow. This map shows the path of the Alberta clipper arriving in West Michigan Wednesday , Dec. 13, 2017. Wednesday - Periods of snow; a burst of heavy snow is expected. The heaviest snow is expected to blanket Grand Haven, Grand Rapids and Charlotte to the north.

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  • Trump, Rejecting Calls to Stay Away, Speaks at Civil Rights Museum
Trump, Rejecting Calls to Stay Away, Speaks at Civil Rights Museum

They included Rep. John Lewis , a Georgia Democrat who was a prominent civil rights activist; Rep. Bennie Thompson; former Gov. For many who lived in MS during the civil rights movement said the exhibits brought back some painful memories.

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  • US President signs ban on Kaspersky Lab software
US President signs ban on Kaspersky Lab software

The ban, included as part of a broader defense policy spending bill that Trump signed, reinforces a directive issued by the Trump administration in September that civilian agencies remove Kaspersky Lab software within 90 days. "Instead, Congress singled out Kaspersky Lab based exclusively on the location of its headquarters, resulting in substa...

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  • Republican Congressman Calls for GOP to Dump 'Disheveled Drunk' Steve Bannon
Republican Congressman Calls for GOP to Dump 'Disheveled Drunk' Steve Bannon

Rep. Peter King says Roy Moore's election loss in Alabama is partly a result of the American people's "revulsion" toward former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon's divisive style and political views. Illinois Republican Adam Kinzinger referred to Mr Bannon as a "RINO", a derogatory term meaning Republican in name only. "Bannon i...

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  • Anderson Cooper It Wasn't Me!!! Hacker Slammed Trump
Anderson Cooper It Wasn't Me!!! Hacker Slammed Trump

Earlier in the morning, Cooper's account posted a reply to a tweet from President Trump in which the president claimed he was "right" to have originally endorsed Republican Luther Strange in the Alabama election for a U.S. Everyone knows this is not true, that this could, in fact, be a fraud on the American Public. "Their slogan should be CNN, ...

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  • 'Time is of the essence,' United Nations warns North Korea
'Time is of the essence,' United Nations warns North Korea

Noting the "urgent need to prevent miscalculations and open channels to reduce the risks of conflict", Feltman said the global community was committed to finding a peaceful solution. Six U.N. agencies, with approximately 50 global staff, are represented in North Korea. The US State Department's special representative for North Korea policy will t...

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  • Four-month-old baby and man stabbed in Toronto area
Four-month-old baby and man stabbed in Toronto area

Anyone with information about the investigation can contact 22 Division police at 416-808-2200. "The baby had very serious injuries". The baby was rushed to The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto via ambulance with life-threatening injuries.

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  • Iraqi PM Announces End of War Against ISIS
Iraqi PM Announces End of War Against ISIS

The Iraqi military has "fully liberated" all of Iraq's territory of " ISIS terrorist gangs" and retaken full control of the Iraqi-Syrian border, it said Saturday in a statement. In November, Iraqi forces retook the last town held by IS - Rawah, near the border with Syria . Despite the victory announcements, experts have warned that IS ret...

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  • Russian Federation to Allow Individual Athletes to Take Part in PyeongChang Olympics
Russian Federation to Allow Individual Athletes to Take Part in PyeongChang Olympics

Lee Hee-boem, the top organizer for next year's Winter Games, was cited later on Tuesday by the South Korean Yonhap News Agency as saying that the decision was "fortunate". "The bottom line is that Russian athletes expressed their willingness to participate in the PyeongChang Games despite these very hard conditions and the decision made by Inter...

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  • School bus accident with serious injuries
School bus accident with serious injuries

The semi, driven by Stanley Lockwood, 45, of Orlando, was also traveling north in the right hand lane, some distance behind the bus. The NB lanes of United States 27 near Lake Ridge Drive are now closed. Lockwood was charged with careless driving, according to the FHP. Authorities say at least two students and one adult were taken to the hospit...

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  • Arrests made after man thrown off Derby-Shelton bridge
Arrests made after man thrown off Derby-Shelton bridge

According to police, Rottjer was arguing with Hannum while walking over the bridge with her and Dorso. The victim and his brother approached the three to see if Hannum was OK, which led to an altercation. Hannum lied to police during the investigation, authorities allege. Rottjer and Hannum are dating. The victim was taken to Yale-New Haven Hospi...

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  • Akayed Ullah: 5 Things To Know About Port Authority Suspected Bomber
Akayed Ullah: 5 Things To Know About Port Authority Suspected Bomber

He said there was "no credible and specific threat directed at New York City right now". A "pipe bomb" has exploded at New York's main bus station and sparked a "stampede". Alicja Wlodkowski, 51, said that she had been in a restaurant inside the Port Authority when she suddenly saw a crowd of people running. President Donald Trump was briefed...

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  • Foreign ministers meeting at OIC Summit on Jerusalem issue kicks off
Foreign ministers meeting at OIC Summit on Jerusalem issue kicks off

The Extraordinary Summit held at Lutfi Kirdar International Convention and Exhibition Centre is convened at the request of Erdogan, in his capacity as chair of the 13th Islamic Summit, to discuss the repercussions of the USA recognition. The Israeli move is opposed to this day by the global community. "The people of Bangladesh stand in full solid...

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  • Three Billboards tops SAG nominations, Anupam Kher starrer Big Sick bounces back
Three Billboards tops SAG nominations, Anupam Kher starrer Big Sick bounces back

Steve Carell ( Battle of the Sexes ), Willem Dafoe ( The Florida Project ), Woody Harrelson ( Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri ), Richard Jenkins ( The Shape of Water ) and Sam Rockwell ( Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri ) will compete for supporting actor honors.

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  • Rosenstein says there is no reason to justify firing Mueller
Rosenstein says there is no reason to justify firing Mueller

If asked to fire Mueller, Rosenstein said, "I would follow regulation. The Russia investigation is such a case, because of the attorney's ongoing recusal and because department leadership insisted in the removal of Director Comey for many reasons".

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  • Syrian opposition seek Russia's help
Syrian opposition seek Russia's help

Mr Aridi said Mr de Mistura had told his delegation about the government's stance, adding that the opposition considered face-to-face talks "to be a precondition". We have to establish a fact that the eighth conference in Genèva was premature. Moscow was very reserved about the ill-considered haste of the Syrian opposition and its supporters (prima...

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  • Dixons Carphone to adjust business plans
Dixons Carphone to adjust business plans

Sales were mixed, with United Kingdom sales in the second quarter falling 4% but up 1% on a like-for-like basis, while group sales for the first half were flat on a LFL basis but up 3% on a reported basis as the Nordics business and Greece both delivered double-digit growth, aided by the weak pound.

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  • Kebab Controversy Skewers Europe With Bid To End Additives Ban
Kebab Controversy Skewers Europe With Bid To End Additives Ban

Consequently, the European Commission may continue to authorize the use of phosphoric acid, di- and triphosphates and polyphosphates (E 338-452) in frozen meat for kebab, whether it be mutton, lamb, veal, beef and poultry. In Germany, where the doner kebab is said to be the most popular fast food, the vote has caused particular concern. "This is ...

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  • Oscar Pistorius injured in prison fight over phone
Oscar Pistorius injured in prison fight over phone

Pistorius claimed that he'd thought Reeva was an intruder hiding in the toilet. In November 2016 Pistorius was moved to the prison north of the capital, Pretoria , which caters for inmates with physical disabilities. His case was then changed to murder, before his sentence was then upgraded to a longer term. It is clear herefrom that the respond...

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