• Gender Reveal Goes Wrong When Explosives Cause Arizona Forest Fire
Gender Reveal Goes Wrong When Explosives Cause Arizona Forest Fire

The Associated Press received the video from the Forest Service on Tuesday. Except added to the powder was a substance called Tannerite, which is legal, but as we can all now see, is also very explosive. "It was probably one of the worst days of my life". When the target is hit, a flash of blue powder briefly appears before an explosion takes over ...

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  • White House unveils Christmas decorations designed by First Lady
White House unveils Christmas decorations designed by First Lady

First lady Melania Trump designed the decorations for the people's house, choosing an " American Treasures " theme meant to showcase a spirit of patriotism. Sometimes it wasn't all festive. You can spot other brightly colorful trees in the Vermeil room, where there are trees sparkling with blue and gold.

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  • Dem contrasts 'diversity' with GOP senator in Mississippi
Dem contrasts 'diversity' with GOP senator in Mississippi

Hyde-Smith posed in a Confederate hat for a 2014 photo captioned "Mississsippi history at its best!" Pharr's father had been a Confederate soldier in Robert E. In recent days, Hyde-Smith has been asked to explain why she attended a private, nearly all-white school, dozens of which sprang up across the South to counter court-ordered school desegre...

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  • Brexit: Who gets what in divorce deal
Brexit: Who gets what in divorce deal

Prime Minister Theresa May has confirmed the "meaningful vote" on Brexit will be held on December 11. Trump indicated he wanted the PM to take another look at the deal. If the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) goes ahead with its threat, Mrs May would be short of a working majority in the 650-seat Parliament: 316 active lawmakers elected as Co...

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  • 7 nooses found by Mississippi Capitol before Senate runoff
7 nooses found by Mississippi Capitol before Senate runoff

The troubling discovery comes the day before a runoff election between Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith and Democrat Mike Espy is set to take place. "If he invited me to a public hanging , I'd be in the front row ", Hyde-Smith said in reference to one of her supporters.

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  • 'We will close the border permanently'
'We will close the border permanently'

Customs and Border Protection officials . "If they close the border I ask God that here in Tijuana, or in another country they open doors to us, to allow me to survive with my children", said Meza. Vega issued a public appeal to the federal government to take over responsibility for sheltering the migrants and deport those who were breaking th...

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  • Paul Manafort Breached Plea Deal by Lying to Mueller’s Team, Prosecutors Say
Paul Manafort Breached Plea Deal by Lying to Mueller’s Team, Prosecutors Say

While the Manafort document detailing lies won't be an "indictment", it is nonetheless an opportunity for Mueller to put together an extensive narrative that will become a part of public record. The plea deal Manafort agreed to would allow him to serve only 10 years of the possible 80 he was facing, as well as negate the need for a second trial.

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  • Snowstorm batters parts of Midwest, 100s of flights canceled
Snowstorm batters parts of Midwest, 100s of flights canceled

The cancellations come on the heels of more than 1,000 cancellations nationwide on Sunday because of the blizzard conditions in the Windy City. "We strongly recommend you postpone travel plans due to the conditions if possible". Forecasts say snowfall totals of 6 to 10 inches are possible across the Midwest. Kluber said the storm was expected to ...

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  • President Trump Threatens to Close Border With Mexico 'Permanently If Need Be'
President Trump Threatens to Close Border With Mexico 'Permanently If Need Be'

About 500 migrants on the Mexican side of the border overwhelmed police blockades near the San Ysidro Port of Entry Sunday afternoon, two journalists at the scene in Tijuana told CNN . Border Patrol agents. According to the ministry, no casualties have been registered among migrants following their attempt to illegally enter the United States, a...

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  • Almost 500 flights canceled due to winter storm
Almost 500 flights canceled due to winter storm

The affected areas include Cook, DuPage, Kendall, Grundy and Will counties, the National Weather Service said in a winter storm warning . Some areas can even see higher snow totals than forecasted if heavy banding continues in the same locations.

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  • Ukraine says Russian Federation has seized three ships in Black sea
Ukraine says Russian Federation has seized three ships in Black sea

A Rossiya 24 correspondent reporting from the area of the Kerch Strait bridge near Crimea said Russia's tactic had completely blocked the bridge, which connects the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov , and that Russian military helicopters were circling overhead.

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  • Mexico denies report of deal to host U.S. asylum seekers
Mexico denies report of deal to host U.S. asylum seekers

The report quoted incoming Interior Minister Olga Sánchez Cordero, whose office then denied Mexico had agreed refuees could stay on Mexican soil awaiitng processing by United States authorities, while not retracting her original statement.

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  • RUSSIA INVESTIGATION Associate of Stone's seeks plea deal from Mueller
RUSSIA INVESTIGATION Associate of Stone's seeks plea deal from Mueller

He said on a YouTube show earlier this month that he expected to be charged with lying to federal investigators, though he said at the time that he was innocent of wrongdoing. "He looks like he has been squeezed, but as far as I know, he refuses to lie", Stone said. Without offering any evidence, U.S. intelligence agencies have claimed that Russi...

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  • U.S. Troops at Southwest Border Coming Home as Migrants Arrive
U.S. Troops at Southwest Border Coming Home as Migrants Arrive

It took three hours for people to get out of Paradise, and a grand jury later told city officials they needed to create additional evacuation routes, the Los Angeles Times reports . FREDRICK: They called the caravan an invasion and said they wanted the migrants deported. Walter Matute said he has been deported from the US twice and fears jum...

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  • 1 teen dead, 2 others injured after Alabama mall shooting
1 teen dead, 2 others injured after Alabama mall shooting

AL.com reports that several shoppers were seen with their personal guns drawn. Mr Rector said the young girl, who was struck by gunfire, was also admitted for treatment. "We are working closely with the Hoover Police Department and are grateful for their swift action to contain the situation", said Lindsay Kahn, a spokeswoman for Brookfield Pro...

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  • On eve of summit, May calls Brexit deal 'within grasp'
On eve of summit, May calls Brexit deal 'within grasp'

The breakthrough cleared the way for a special summit in Brussels on Sunday , at which leaders of the remaining 27 European Union states are expected to give their stamp of approval to both the future framework and a separate withdrawal agreement setting out the terms of the UK's departure.

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  • Pakistan terror attacks: Chinese consulate stormed, 12 dead at market
Pakistan terror attacks: Chinese consulate stormed, 12 dead at market

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan has "strongly condemned" the attack in a statement, saying he has ordered an investigation. The incident took place in Karachi's Clifton area, which is said to be a well-guarded location with streets around it barricaded.

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  • Trump submits written responses to special counsel Robert Mueller
Trump submits written responses to special counsel Robert Mueller

The US president strongly denies any collusion with Russian Federation, calling Mr Mueller's investigation "a witch hunt". Mr Trump - who has repeatedly criticised Mueller's investigation, which is especially concerned with whether his campaign colluded with Russian Federation - also confirmed that the written answers had been completed.

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  • Philippines and China sign MOU on oil and gas cooperation
Philippines and China sign MOU on oil and gas cooperation

Chinese ambassador to the Philippines said that the upcoming visit by President Xi Jinping has far-reaching significance and it will be a milestone for stronger and closer relations between the two countries. 'We have turned a new page and we are ready to write a new chapter of opening and cooperation, ' said Duterte, adding that they set the cours...

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  • Trump administration calls United States judge’s asylum ruling ‘absurd’
Trump administration calls United States judge’s asylum ruling ‘absurd’

President Donald Trump issued the proclamation earlier in November as a matter of what he called national security as a caravan of thousands of Central American migrants made its way through Mexico towards the U.S. Earlier in the day, President Trump, in remarks to reporters at the White House, called the liberal-leaning appellate court "a di...

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  • Thanksgiving 2018: Trump pardons TURKEY and jokes Democrats will contest vote
Thanksgiving 2018: Trump pardons TURKEY and jokes Democrats will contest vote

On Tuesday, President Trump stuck with the presidential tradition of pardoning a turkey before Thanksgiving . "I have warned them that House Democrat are likely to issue them both with subpoenas". The turkey Peas, who was pardoned by President Donald Trump , at the White House in Washington on November 20, 2018 . And his son, George W. Bus...

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  • Gender activist Trupti Desai stuck at Cochin airport
Gender activist Trupti Desai stuck at Cochin airport

Opposition Congress leader Ramesh Chennithala said it was most unfortunate that pilgrims are held in police custody and the state government should release them at the earliest. Speaking to the media at Nilackal, Alphons on Monday said: "I fail to understand why the Kerala Police has clamped prohibitory orders". With the BJP-RSS going hammer an...

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  • Spain warns it could reject Brexit agreement regarding Gibraltar
Spain warns it could reject Brexit agreement regarding Gibraltar

Madrid delivered the swipe as a spat over Gibraltar threatens to derail the divorce package. Spain is facing its own constitutional challenge, with many Catalans demanding independence . I think the United Kingdom will split apart before the Kingdom of Spain'. Czech Europe minister Ales Chmelar said some states "have some individual propos...

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  • Trump wanted Justice Department to prosecute Hillary Clinton AND James Comey
Trump wanted Justice Department to prosecute Hillary Clinton AND James Comey

McGahn reportedly "rebuffed the president, saying that he had no authority to order a prosecution". The letter, obtained by the Hill, follows the Washington Post report claiming that Trump sent hundreds of emails about White House business to contact "White House aides, Cabinet officials and her assistant", an apparent violation of the Pres...

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  • United States national killed in Andaman Islands for illegally entering Sentinelese tribe area
United States national killed in Andaman Islands for illegally entering Sentinelese tribe area

The local media quoting unconfirmed source reported that that the American National had gone to North Sentinel Island with a local fisherman almost five days back to interact with Sentinelese tribes , where he was killed by the hostile tribes of Sentinel Islands.

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