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Lake effect snow showers will develop Tuesday night and continue through Wednesday across central NY, according to the National Weather Service. Forecasters expect 2-4 inches of the white stuff. Tired shovelers in Buffalo and Watertown should get a break with this round, however, as winds out of the northwest set up over the region, and steer the heaviest snow further south than the weekend's event.
  • Aspiring rapper, Palm Beach County retiree become buds through 'Words with Friends'

    Aspiring rapper, Palm Beach County retiree become buds through 'Words with Friends'

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    Spencer, who lives in Harlem, started playing Roz on Words with Friends last summer. The Washington Post reported that the friendship really took off when Guttman used the word p-h-a-t, hip-hop slang for excellent. Sleyon and Rosalind Guttman met on Words With Friends over a year ago. Amy Butler, a pastor at Riverside Church in Manhattan, arranged the trip for Sleyon and flew there with him.
  • Robert Mueller 'demands Donald Trump's Deutsche Bank accounts'

    Robert Mueller 'demands Donald Trump's Deutsche Bank accounts'

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    Bankruptcies at his hotel and casino business in the 1990s made much of Wall Street shy away from lending Mr Trump credit, forcing him to look further afield. The president declined to say what he would do if Mueller began such an examination, but he continued, "I think that's a violation". The Trump International Hotel is shown on August 10, 2017 in Washington.
  • Irish border deal reported settled as May meets Juncker

    Irish border deal reported settled as May meets Juncker

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    The question of how to maintain a soft Irish border had emerged as the key sticking point to getting agreement from the European Union to move on to phase two in the Brexit negotiations. Calling May as a tough negotiator in his two-minute briefing, Juncker said he is confident that sufficient progress could be reached before the European Union summit slated for December 15.
  • Mueller Removed FBI Agent From Russia Investigation Over Possible Anti-Trump Texts

    Mueller Removed FBI Agent From Russia Investigation Over Possible Anti-Trump Texts

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    Days later, then-FBI Director James Comey announced that he would not be recommending charges against Clinton for mishandling classified information on her private email server. "Just more Fake News covering another Comey lie!" The Times said he was reassigned to the human resources department at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and that he is still there.
  • War with North Korea 'closer every day'

    War with North Korea 'closer every day'

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    McMaster said that North Korea dictator Kim Jong-un's nuclear ambitions are the gravest national security threat that America faces. Japan announced Friday it will host a ministerial meeting of the U.N. North Korean officials made similar comments last month . North Korea has warned that a "reckless" joint military drill by the US and South Korea could spark a nuclear war.
  • War criminal Praljak claims to ingest poison, dies

    War criminal Praljak claims to ingest poison, dies

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    Slobodan Praljak, 72, was one of six former Bosnian Croat political and military leaders up before the court. He committed suicide when Carmel Agius, the presiding judge, read out a verdict rejecting his appeal. When I first met him it was on the front line in Croatia in 1991, and as soon as the camera crew arrived all hell erupted. Croatian PM Andrej Plenkovic said: "We have all unfortunately witnessed his act by which he took his own life".
  • President, First Lady take part in lighting National Christmas Tree

    President, First Lady take part in lighting National Christmas Tree

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    The First Lady's Director of Communications Stephanie Grisham also sent out a tweet with the image of the hallway decorations that many are deeming eerie and spooky and better suited to Halloween than Christmas. The family Christmas card is framed and on display. Now President Trump has vowed to take on the so-called war on Christmas. According to trump, the phrase "Happy holidays" negates the Christian essence of Christmas.
  • White House Says Tillerson Is 'Here,' For Now

    White House Says Tillerson Is 'Here,' For Now

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    Pompeo is reportedly much closer to President Trump and has a good relationship with the President, unlike Tillerson, who has appeared to distance himself from Trump on a number of occasions. Both Republican Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas and retired Navy Vice Adm. Robert Harward are under consideration for that post. A few weeks later, Tillerson voiced his support for the president after a report claimed that he had called Trump a " moron " after a meeting on Afghanistan.
  • Powerful 6.0 quake hits Iran near city with 800k population

    Powerful 6.0 quake hits Iran near city with 800k population

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    The U.S. Geological Service reported intensity levels - a different measurement than magnitude - ranging from 3 (weak) to 5 (moderate) throughout Delaware. Others commented that they had not felt a thing. Carberry said there were no signs of damage at the base, and no change in operations was expected.
  • Pakistan frees Hafiz Saeed, alleged mastermind of Mumbai attacks

    Pakistan frees Hafiz Saeed, alleged mastermind of Mumbai attacks

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    Saeed has repeatedly denied involvement in the 2008 Mumbai violence in which 10 gunmen attacked targets in India's largest city, including two luxury hotels, a Jewish centre and a railway station. Lashkar-e-Tayyiba was behind the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India that left 168 people dead, and Saeed is designated as a terrorist by the us government.
  • Bali volcano spews smoke for second time this week

    Bali volcano spews smoke for second time this week

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    Even if visibility is clear, volcanic ash can damage an airplane's engine. Airlines have issued a shock "red warning" about the impending danger of volcanic ash in the skies over Bali, following the second emission from Mount Agung this week.
  • Two men interviewed by police in connection with Oxford Circus panic

    Two men interviewed by police in connection with Oxford Circus panic

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    People run down Oxford Street , London , Britain on November 24, 2017. The Oxford Circus station is at the heart of London's shopping hub, Regent Street, and is only minutes away from Piccadilly Circus. The source of the panic remains unclear, but BBC News reporter Chi Chi Izundu claims that an "electrical fault" at the tube station may have been mistaken for the sound of a gunshot.
  • A national Christmas tree shortage impacts the Valley

    A national Christmas tree shortage impacts the Valley

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    That shortage means finding a tree may be harder, and buying it may be more expensive. If you're planning on getting a Christmas tree this year, you better act fast. "So you have to manicure the tree as it goes". Macy tried to purchase Grand firs from OR, but the farmer had to cancel the sale because a heat wave "fried the trees", Macy said.
  • Texas DPS Trooper Shot, Killed Near Fairfield

    Texas DPS Trooper Shot, Killed Near Fairfield

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    The police dog responsible for finding the suspect in the fatal Thanksgiving Day shooting of a Texas state trooper is being honored in social media posts across the state. Lonny Haschel, a public information officer with the Texas Highway Patrol, says,"It takes time for the Texas Rangers, the investigators to come in and analyze every bit of physical evidence at the scene".
  • Hafiz Saeed's release shows Pakistan's lack of seriousness

    Hafiz Saeed's release shows Pakistan's lack of seriousness

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    Saeed ran the Jamaat-ud-Dawa organization, widely believed to be a front for the Lashkar-e-Taiba militant group, which India believes was behind the deadly attack in Mumbai. I will gather the people from across the country for the cause of Kashmir. Saeed also said that the United States had pressured Pakistan to detain him on India's request.
  • CHP To Increase Patrol For Thanksgiving Weekend

    CHP To Increase Patrol For Thanksgiving Weekend

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    Noelle Hunter. "Over 55 percent of them either were not wearing a seat belt or we can't determine if they were wearing a seat belt and it's the thing that can save your life, it is your primary restraint system". Arkansas law enforcement officers will participate in a holiday Click It or Ticket campaign. Troopers are not only looking for speeding, but distracted driving, seat belts, and DUI.
  • Hardik pledges support to Congress in Gujarat polls

    Hardik pledges support to Congress in Gujarat polls

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    With Congress - Patidar Amanat Arakshan Samiti (PASS) bonhomie going sour following release of candidates' list by the Congress for the Gujarat Assembly polls, the Party high command on Tuesday summoned State party chief Bharat Singh Solanki to Delhi.
  • Egypt's Sisi meets Lebanese PM Hariri in Cairo

    Egypt's Sisi meets Lebanese PM Hariri in Cairo

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    Lebanon's Prime Minister Saad Hariri has held talks with the Egyptian president on the political crisis triggered by his resignation. PM Netanyahu meets French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris. Lebanon's outgoing Prime Minister Sa'ad Hariri met Saturday with Macron in Paris after fleeing to Riyadh earlier in the month due to what he said was an assassination attempt on his life.
  • Israeli PM to discuss Iran, Hezbollah with France's Macron

    Israeli PM to discuss Iran, Hezbollah with France's Macron

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    Iran should relent provoking unrest in Bahrain and should adhere to the Good Neighbor policy, the statement read. Saudi Arabia , a Sunni powerhouse, has significantly sharpened its anti-Iran rhetoric since its forces on November 4 intercepted near its capital, Riyadh, a ballistic missile fired by Shiite rebels in Yemen who are allied with the Iranians.
  • Israeli minister reveals contacts with Saudi Arabia 'to curb Iran'

    Israeli minister reveals contacts with Saudi Arabia 'to curb Iran'

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    In his speech at the opening session of the Extraordinary Session of the Arab League at the level of Foreign Ministers, which opened here this evening, he said: "This response reflects the consideration of our countries of the grave dangers to the security and stability of our region as an inevitable result of the blatant violations of the Iranian regime in the internal affairs of the Arab countries in an attempt to destabilize their security and stability and stir up sectarian strife to ...
  • Rain, breezy tonight & Sunday, dry and sunny for Thanksgiving

    Rain, breezy tonight & Sunday, dry and sunny for Thanksgiving

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    The center of the storm creating this mess will track along the St. Lawrence River Sunday morning & early afternoon. Saturday should bring patches of morning fog but then partly sunny skies and highs around 50. It will be breezy with a southwest wind of 6 to 11 miles per hour becoming north northwest 15 to 20 miles per hour after midnight. Going into the rest of Thanksgiving week you can expect the weather to be mostly dry with clouds around each day.
  • Moody's praises government reforms, expects 6.7% GDP growth this fiscal

    Moody's praises government reforms, expects 6.7% GDP growth this fiscal

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    In the wake of India's rating being upgraded by global credit rating agency Moody , Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said it is "encouraging to gain worldwide recognition and not something that's happening in isolation". However, Moody argued that measures such as the GST , demonetisation, and others would need time to settle in, and the impact would be witnessed in due course of time.
  • Macron invites Hariri, family to France

    Macron invites Hariri, family to France

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    Rafik Al-Hariri, initially a businessman, was the Prime Minister of Lebanon between 1992 and 1998, and again since 2000 until his resignation in 2004. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani meanwhile ratcheted up the rhetoric against Saudi Arabia, his country's main regional rival, saying the kingdom pressured Hariri to resign in a "rare" intervention in another nation's affairs.
  • Qualcomm unanimously rejects Broadcom

    Qualcomm unanimously rejects Broadcom

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    Qualcomm Chief Executive Steven Mollenkopf has spent the past few days soliciting feedback from Qualcomm shareholders, and feels that Broadcom's $70-per-share bid undervalues the company and does not price in the uncertainty associated with getting the deal approved by regulators, according to the sources.
  • 3 dead, shooter killed in California school shooting

    3 dead, shooter killed in California school shooting

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    A number of students were airlifted for medical care after gunfire at Rancho Tehama School, Johnston said. Law enforcement officers shot the attacker dead, Sacramento television station KCRA reported, citing a sheriff's official. Jim Schultz, a court reporter with Redding.com, was live-tweeting an interview with the alleged shooter's neighbor, Brian Flint, who said the suspect harassed him.
  • Sessions to testify on Russian Federation before House Judiciary Committee

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    Mr Page's trip has drawn scrutiny in inquiries into Russia's meddling in the 2016 USA election. Sessions testified that he now remembers the meeting Papadopoulos, but his memory about conversations is limited. Sessions answered by trying to give context: "When I became United States Attorney in 1981, and drugs were being used widely, over a period of years, it became unfashionable, unpopular, and...
  • Magnitude-7.2 earthquake jolts Iran-Iraq border area

    Magnitude-7.2 earthquake jolts Iran-Iraq border area

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    More than 30 people were injured in the town, according to the Kurdish Health Minister Rekawt Hama Rasheed. There were similar scenes in Erbil, the capital of Kurdistan, and across other cities in northern Iraq. Media gave contradictory casualty figures. Iran's semi-official Iranian ILNA news agency says at least 14 Iranian provinces were affected. The natural disaster has also been felt by Turkey, Armenia, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates, and Iran's western, ...
  • Trump sarcastically responds to Kim Jong Un insults

    Trump sarcastically responds to Kim Jong Un insults

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    Trump fired back hours later. That might be a unusual thing that happens. He also tweeted about meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at APEC and how they had "good discussions" on Syria and that he hopes that they can solve the North Korea crisis together.
  • Boat capsizes in Krishna river, 13 dead

    Boat capsizes in Krishna river, 13 dead

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    A survivor in the incident had alleged that the boat operator was trying to let in more passengers, which made the boat overloaded. "So far, 16 bodies have been recovered from river". "According to preliminary investigation, the private agency which was operating the boat did not have a license from the tourism department", he added.
  • Veterans honored with parade; Vet Day ceremonies set for Saturday too

    Veterans honored with parade; Vet Day ceremonies set for Saturday too

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    San Jose's Veterans Day Parade will take place on Saturday, starting from the Highway 87 overpass at Santa Clara Street and go along Market Street to San Carlos Street. The parade was followed by a brief ceremony in front of Mooresville town hall, lunch and a concert on the town hall lawn. The San Antonio Symphony, U.S.
  • Seoul, Washington start manoeuvers with U.S. aircraft carriers

    Seoul, Washington start manoeuvers with U.S. aircraft carriers

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    According to reports, the exercise will involve seven South Korean and 11 USA ships, as well as the USS Ronald Reagan , Theodore Roosevelt , and Nimitz . Navy, it is the first three-carrier exercise in the Western Pacific since 2007. The Navy noted that for more than 70 years, the U.S. Pacific Fleet has been a persistent and stabilizing presence conducting operations throughout the region.
  • High Court adjourns plea on appointment of judges

    High Court adjourns plea on appointment of judges

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    The lawyers also alleged forum shopping by the petitioners, reports say. The CBI had conducted searches at eight locations, including the residence of the Justice (retired) Quddusi before filing a case against him. He said the contents of the petition filed before it was per se contemptuous. "Getting orders by terrorism should not be tolerated by this court".
  • House judiciary Dems intend to press Sessions over Russian Federation

    House judiciary Dems intend to press Sessions over Russian Federation

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    The House Intelligence panel, in a closed-door session on Tuesday, is questioning Keith Schiller, Trump's former head of Oval Office operations, until he left in September. Last week Papadopoulos pleaded guilty to lying to FBI investigators about his Russian Federation contacts during 2016. Sessions reportedly rejected the proposal.
  • Trump Administration Announces The End To Protected Status For Nicaraguans

    Trump Administration Announces The End To Protected Status For Nicaraguans

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    The 1998 hurricane killed more than 2,000 people in Nicaragua and caused over $1 billion in damage. Haitians affected by the decision number 46,000. But the very nature of TPS is antithetical to the Trump administration's immigration policy. "The practical application would be that would be the date they would have to leave [the country] or by some other means regulate their status", one senior administration official said on the call.
  • 'No thanks': Malcolm Turnbull rejects NZ refugee offer

    'No thanks': Malcolm Turnbull rejects NZ refugee offer

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    Mr Turnbull thanked Ms Ardern for the offer, which was first made by former prime minister John Key , and said his Government remained focused on a refugee resettlement deal with the United States. So far 54 refugees have been resettled in the US. Mr Thomas also said the PNG government could not continue to bear the cost of watching over residents at the mothballed centre.
  • Robert Mueller has proof to charge Micheal Flynn

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    Mr Flynn resigned in February, after just 24 days in the role, when it emerged he had lied to administration officials, including Mike Pence, the Vice President, about his communications with representatives of the Russian government. Flynn's son, Michael G. Flynn, who worked closely with his father, accompanied him during the campaign and briefly worked on the presidential transition, could be indicted separately or at the same time as his father, according to three sources familiar with the ...
  • George HW Bush Openly Criticizes Trump in New Book

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    Harper Collins says this about the book, it "tracks the two Bush presidents from their formative years through their post-presidencies and the failed presidential candidacy of Jeb Bush, derailing the Bush presidential dynasty". Bush took aim at bullying from public figures while Trump was embroiled in a feud with a Democratic congresswoman over whether he made an insensitive remark to the grieving wife of a fallen soldier.