• Obama Administration Undercut Task Force to Get Iran Nuke Deal
Obama Administration Undercut Task Force to Get Iran Nuke Deal

Officials cited in the report accused then-president Barack Obama of implementing a "systematic decision" that "serially ripped apart the entire effort". According to about a dozen project members, this was done deliberately because the Obama administration did not want to jeopardize the nuclear deal with Iran.

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  • Trump judicial nominee drops out after failing to answer questions
Trump judicial nominee drops out after failing to answer questions

Petersen is the third Trump judicial nominee in less than a week to withdraw or otherwise lose his shot at the bench. " Donald Trump and his allies knew exactly what they were getting when Matthew Petersen was nominated: someone who would help him rig the game for powerful interests".

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  • Pilot Describes Mysterious Wingless Aircraft that Outran his Fighter Jet
Pilot Describes Mysterious Wingless Aircraft that Outran his Fighter Jet

Current and former Pentagon officials confirm that the Pentagon program has been in existence since 2007 and was formed for the goal of collecting and analyzing a wide range of "anomalous aerospace threats" ranging from advanced aircraft fielded by traditional USA adversaries to commercial drones to possible alien encounters.

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  • Were Analysts Bullish Mondelez International, Inc. (NASDAQ:MDLZ) This Week?
Were Analysts Bullish Mondelez International, Inc. (NASDAQ:MDLZ) This Week?

The institutional investor held 11.54M shares of the consumer non-durables company at the end of 2017Q2, valued at $498.57 million, up from 11.47M at the end of the previous reported quarter. One equities research analyst has rated the stock with a sell rating, three have assigned a hold rating, eleven have given a buy rating and one has issued a s...

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  • Puerto Rico's governor orders review of deaths possibly tied to Maria
Puerto Rico's governor orders review of deaths possibly tied to Maria

Around the same time , at least one million people were resorting to drinking water from Superfund sites and hospitals were struggling to care for people with diabetes, kidney disease, and other conditions, amid the power outage. Of those, funeral directors reported 499 deaths they believe were related to Maria. "We always expected that the numb...

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  • Birmingham crash horror: Investigations continue after first victim is named
Birmingham crash horror: Investigations continue after first victim is named

West Midlands Police described dealing with the wreckage as " very hard and upsetting" and said officers were investigating how the crash happened. At a press conference Supt Sean Phillips said it was "too early" to speculate on the cause of the accident. 'It will take some time to unpick the scene and just understand exactly what's happened...

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  • Zimbabwe army ends intervention that led to Mugabe's ouster
Zimbabwe army ends intervention that led to Mugabe's ouster

Zimbabwe's army chiefs yesterday announced the end of the military intervention which forced former president Robert Mugabe to resign, while urging citizens to remain alert and allow a smooth transition of government. Air Marshall Shiri and Major General Sibusiso Moyo were recently appointed Minister of Agriculture, Lands and Resettlement, and Mini...

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  • Australian Was a 'Loyal Agent' for North Korea
Australian Was a 'Loyal Agent' for North Korea

Chan Han Choi, 59, was arrested outside Sydney on December 17 and charged with two counts under a law preventing the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, the first such charges in Australia . Gaughan said the trade could have been worth "tens of millions of dollars" if successful. Citing the ANZUS treaty, prime minister Malcolm Turnbu...

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  • Wallace: It's Not Crazy for Trump to Be Concerned About FBI Bias
Wallace: It's Not Crazy for Trump to Be Concerned About FBI Bias

Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a top Trump campaign surrogate who also led his foreign policy team, met with Russian ambassador Sergei Kislyak in his Senate office in September. Whether or not they persuade the president that he ought to fire Mueller, they are clearly paving the way by convincing Trump's political base, the Fox News-watching publi...

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  • At least one dead after fire rips through Cameron House Hotel
At least one dead after fire rips through Cameron House Hotel

The BBC reported some staff members had only learned about the fire when they turned up for their shifts at the five-star hotel on Monday morning. The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service has deployed four appliances and an additional aerial appliance while firefighters search the building.

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  • Syria's Assad Meets Russian Official, Calls US-Backed Militias 'Traitors'
Syria's Assad Meets Russian Official, Calls US-Backed Militias 'Traitors'

He stressed that Russian government and companies are always ready to provide all support and expertise available to contribute effectively to the process of rebuilding Syria and supporting the Syrian people to achieve their aspirations of progress and prosperity.

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  • Judge Kozinski Is Retiring
Judge Kozinski Is Retiring

A well-known U.S. federal judge announced his retirement on Monday after several women alleged he subjected them to inappropriate sexual behaviour. "It has been an unparalleled honor to serve as a federal judge for more than thirty-five years".

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  • Lorenzen Wright's ex-wife set to appear in court hearing in California
Lorenzen Wright's ex-wife set to appear in court hearing in California

We could get a better sense later Monday of when Sherra Wright will be extradited from California to Memphis to face her charges. His decomposing body was found July 28, 2010. They didn't send a patrol officer or relay the information to Memphis police until days later. An autopsy documented at least five gunshot wounds and showed bullet fr...

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  • Zuma honours ANC Umgwenya cadres who died in Zimbabwe
Zuma honours ANC Umgwenya cadres who died in Zimbabwe

Former African Union chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma reacts before addressing a lecture to members of the African National Congress Youth League in Durban, South Africa, April 20, 2017. But the complexity of the leadership race means it is far from certain he will win when the votes are finally counted. Lukhona Mnguni, Political analyst at U...

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  • If Robert Mueller Will Ultimately Vindicate Trump, Why Fire Him?
If Robert Mueller Will Ultimately Vindicate Trump, Why Fire Him?

Mr Trump on USA election night. White House lawyer Ty Cobb also dismissed reports last week that the president would fire Mueller. After it was reported this month that Mueller removed from his team an Federal Bureau of Investigation agent who sent text messages critical of Trump, Republicans in Congress, White House staffers and supportive Fox...

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  • Joe Manchin Says It Was Premature For Franken To Announce Resignation
Joe Manchin Says It Was Premature For Franken To Announce Resignation

Although at least two senators who earlier called on Franken to resign have now told Politico that they decided too quickly before he had a chance to defend himself. But his departure for now seems set, as Minnesota's lieutenant governor, Tina Smith, was tapped as his successor last week. "I and many other people - and specifically feminists ...

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  • Injuries, casualties reported after Amtrak train derails south of Seattle
Injuries, casualties reported after Amtrak train derails south of Seattle

They also said people are still trapped in the train auto. A highway camera image shared by the Tacoma regional traffic Twitter account showed at least one train auto dangling from an overpass onto the highway, identified as Interstate 5 near Mounts Road, which is between Tacoma and Olympia.

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  • Woman spends two days trapped in mineshaft
Woman spends two days trapped in mineshaft

Concerns for the woman's welfare increased as the temperatures in the region exceeded 40 degrees over the weekend. The mother-of-two was located with the help of a police drone and rescued on Sunday afternoon. She was brought to the surface with the assistance of an officer using a pulley and harness, and provided water before being taken to Ligh...

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  • 'Hidden Gem': Princess Charlotte's London Nursery
'Hidden Gem': Princess Charlotte's London Nursery

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's daughter, aged two, will start her education at the Willcocks Nursery School in Kensington. School authorities say they are "pleased" with the choice and anticipate inviting Charlotte to the nursery. Charlotte's big brother Prince George also began nursery school around the same age, 2-and-a-half years old,...

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  • United Kingdom police arrest man outside RAF airbase for 'security incident'
United Kingdom police arrest man outside RAF airbase for 'security incident'

Katherine Lam is a breaking and trending news digital producer for Fox News. 'Additional details will be provided as they become available'. BBC home affairs correspondent Daniel Sandford tweeted: 'The early indications are that someone tried to drive onto the base, and was stopped at the gate, and has been arrested.

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  • UN Security Council to Reexamine Legality of US Recognition of Jerusalem
UN Security Council to Reexamine Legality of US Recognition of Jerusalem

The draft resolution states that "any decisions and actions which purport to have altered the character, status or demographic composition of the Holy City of Jerusalem have no legal effect, are null and void and must be rescinded in compliance with relevant resolutions of the Security Council".

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  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding date announced!
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding date announced!

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding will be held on Saturday 19 May 2018, Kensington Palace has announced . Asked why a Saturday, the spokesman said: "They felt it would give the public the greatest opportunity to watch, come out, support and get involved".

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  • Boko Haram kills four, hijacks Food Trucks in Borno
Boko Haram kills four, hijacks Food Trucks in Borno

In a statement sent to PREMIUM TIMES, the WFP said the gunmen ambushed one of their military-escorted convoy of food trucks taking supply to an internally displaced persons camp in Ngala village of Borno State on Saturday. "I was in Dikwa that Saturday and this happened while I was within", Nicholas said. General Nicholas said that the troops e...

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  • Austrian Coalition Gov't With Right-Wing Freedom Party Sworn in Amid Protests
Austrian Coalition Gov't With Right-Wing Freedom Party Sworn in Amid Protests

And at just 31, Kurz is the youngest leader in Europe, after his party won the October 15 election with 32 percent of the vote. Israel is considering how to deal with an Austrian government that includes five ministers and a vice chancellor with far-right affiliations, The Jerusalem Post reports.

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  • UN council mulls call for US Jerusalem decision to be withdrawn
UN council mulls call for US Jerusalem decision to be withdrawn

Indonesia has condemned Mr Trump's decision, with president Joko Widodo joining other world Islamic leaders last Wednesday in an emergency summit of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in Istanbul. Due to Jerusalem's importance to the three Abrahamic religions - Islam, Judaism, and Christianity - the city's status has always been the mai...

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