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McDONALD'S AND ANTHONY SULLIVAN HERE (yes, THAT Anthony Sullivan ) for our new favorite utensil. "This is a real problem". "When savoring these recipes, there's a hitch you just can't ditch: the topping dropping", Sullivan says . There are three varieties of sandwiches: Pico Guacamole , Sweet BBQ Bacon , and Maple Bacon Dijon . Well, the same company hopes to keep your hands clean while you munch on their Signature Crafted™ burgers with a rather fun-yet-unnecessary-yet-incredible ...
  • O'Leary's campaign chair: Tories need a unifier, not a disruptor

    O'Leary's campaign chair: Tories need a unifier, not a disruptor

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    Trump is considering issuing an executive order to pull the United States from the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico, a senior official in his administration said on Wednesday. According to a release sent out on Wednesday afternoon, O'Leary made the strategic decision to bow out after realizing he could not secure the necessary support in Quebec to win the race.
  • Rains Help Winter Wheat, Delay Corn Planting in Kansas

    Rains Help Winter Wheat, Delay Corn Planting in Kansas

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    Missy Bauer, associate field agronomist for Farm Journal, said the planter is the key here. Here in Colorado, planting had just barely gotten off the ground as of Sunday, with just 1 percent planted. "The additional moisture continued to aid wheat development", the Kansas report said. There were 3.8 days suitable for fieldwork. Stock water supplies rated 1 percent very short, 12 short, 86 adequate, and 1 surplus.
  • Harry Styles announces Late Late Show residency

    Harry Styles announces Late Late Show residency

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    One user, Queen Gab said: 'James Corden and Harry Styles will be giggling together like girls at a sleep over for a week on television and I am so here for it'. Why this is happening we don't know, maybe to help promote his album that will come out the week before. His self-titled debut album will be released globally on May 12.
  • Wild Boars Kill Three ISIS Members In Raid

    Wild Boars Kill Three ISIS Members In Raid

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    Sheikh Anwar al-Assi, a local tribal chief, told The Times that the militants had hidden among some dense reeds. The ISIS fighters were preparing a surprise attack on a group of local tribesmen who had formed an anti-ISIS militia in the nearby Hamrin mountains.
  • Kerala High Court moved for probe into minister's 'anti-women remarks'

    Kerala High Court moved for probe into minister's 'anti-women remarks'

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    Mani made the remark late on Saturday against junior IAS officer Sreeram Venkitaraman because of his strong position on restoring the usurped land in the minister's home district of Idukki. Congress leader Lathika Subhash said Mani had brought shame on Kerala. The chief minister spoke in Mani's defence and attributed the controversy to his rustic language.
  • US Defense Secretary Mattis visits strategic Djibouti

    US Defense Secretary Mattis visits strategic Djibouti

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    At a news conference with Mattis, the commander of U.S. Africa Command said there have been about six pirate attacks on vulnerable commercial ships in the past several weeks. As a measure of his concern for nurturing relations with the Djiboutian government, he flew four hours from Doha, Qatar, and then flew right back. "They support multiple USA combat command", a senior defence official said, referring to an airfield close to the camp, from which the United States military operates drones.
  • Nasdaq closes above 6000 as Facebook and Netflix hit records

    Nasdaq closes above 6000 as Facebook and Netflix hit records

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    The Nasdaq Composite raced past 6000, the latest sign that technology companies have become a driving force in the recent stock-market rally. Reaching 6,000 is a historic milestone for the Nasdaq. Quarterly figures from Alphabet, Amazon and Microsoft are due tomorrow. President Trump's promise to unveil a hefty corporate tax cut today and investor relief after the first round of the French elections at the weekend helped to push United States markets higher.
  • Clashes break out in Srinagar college

    Clashes break out in Srinagar college

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    During a review meeting on Friday, divisional commissioner Kashmir Baseer Khan asked principals of various colleges to ensure peaceful atmosphere in their institutions and prevent entry of outsiders. The report suggested that the clashes intensified around afternoon in Lal Chowk. "No pellet guns were used by the police to control the mob and this was done to avoid injuries to the protesting students", the officer said.
  • UN Security Council slams terrorist attack in Sweden

    UN Security Council slams terrorist attack in Sweden

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    Johan Eriksson , defending Akilov, told the court: "His position is that he admits to a terrorist crime and accepts therefore that he will be detained". The White House statement , issued Monday, said "the two leaders agreed to maintain and strengthen the already close partnership between the United States and Sweden in the global fight against terrorism".
  • Arkansas asks court to lift inmate's stay

    Arkansas asks court to lift inmate's stay

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    Thornton/The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette via AP). She ordered the state to return on Monday with a revised execution plan. (AP Photo/Kelly P. Kissel). The executions are set to begin Monday, April 17. Attorneys for the seven Arkansas inmates facing lethal injection by the end of the month are asking the state Supreme Court to halt their executions.
  • Migrant dies in Greece after smugglers chased

    Migrant dies in Greece after smugglers chased

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    Two women were found alive, one of whom was pregnant and taken to Mytilene General Hospital. The coast guard said the pregnant woman told authorities she had been among about 25 people who had set sail late Sunday night from the Turkish coast heading for Lesbos on a smuggling boat.
  • Israel marks Holocaust remembrance day

    Israel marks Holocaust remembrance day

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    Trump spoke via video message to the World Jewish Congress in NY this weekend, affirming the United States' support for Israel and Jewish people worldwide. Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin will sing the Kaddish, the traditional Jewish prayer recited to commemorate those who have died. To open the commemorative event, six Holocaust survivors were slated to light the memorial torches in memory of the six million Jewish victims of the Holocaust, and hear their emotional stories of ...
  • Egypt president in Saudi Arabia to reaffirm ties

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    Advancing shares outnumbered declining ones 152 to 6, taking Riyadh's index 1.4 percent higher after 25 minutes of trade, with domestically focused shares in the lead. Almost half of the government's spending in 2015 went to wages, salaries and allowances. Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi and Saudi King Salman stressed during talks in Riyadh on Sunday the need to preserve the security and stability of Arab states and to combat attempts to drive a wedge between Arab allies, Egypt's ...
  • Filipino officials visit disputed isle, to build facilities

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    PAG-ASA ISLAND, South China Sea (AP) - The Philippine defense and military chiefs visited a Philippine-occupied island in the disputed South China Sea on Friday and announced that the construction of facilities will start soon there, a move likely to infuriate rival claimant China, which is believed to have put missiles on its man-made islands nearby.
  • May refuses to rule out personal tax hikes after election

    May refuses to rule out personal tax hikes after election

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    Taking questions from journalists after a campaign speech in Dudley, Mrs May urged voters to look at the Tories' record on taxation over the past seven years in government. Former party chairman Lord Tebbit told The Daily Telegraph: "It is a very bad start to the campaign to insist on increasing aid every year whilst there is not sufficient money for the NHS".
  • MCD Polls 2017: Stage set for high-octane municipal polls in Delhi tomorrow

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    Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Saturday he fears "5 to 10 per cent" EVM tampering in Delhi's civic polls and urged people to vote heavily for the AAP to defeat this. "They believed that they were more powerful than the leaders, the parties and governments". Voting for the 272 seats of the three municipal corporations will be held on Sunday.
  • Iran's president resisters to run in May elections

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    Rouhani's predecessor, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad , who is seeking to once again be a candidate in the upcoming presidential elections, rejected any reason to be concerned about the efforts of US President Donald Trump and his administration to rein in Iran from enhancing and developing its missile program.
  • Russian planes detected off Alaska 4 times this week

    Russian planes detected off Alaska 4 times this week

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    The flights mark the first time since 2015 that Russian planes have approached the US mainland. However, when military jets "buzz" USA military aircraft by coming too close - as the Russians have been doing since February - "that is an unprofessional action, because [it] upsets the operation and is risky for all parties involved.
  • London attack: New details emerge on Khalid Masood, 2 remain in custody

    London attack: New details emerge on Khalid Masood, 2 remain in custody

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    Six people arrested in the investigation into the terrorist attack in Westminster, London have been released from custody, Scotland Yard confirmed. Metropolitan Police has revealed more information into the final hours and violent past of the ex-convict, 52-year-old Khalid Masood , who launched the terror attack in Westminster on March 22 and took four innocent lives before being shot to death himself.
  • Trump says 'no deal' was made for charity worker

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    A graduate of Virginia's George Mason University, Hijazi moved to Cairo with her husband, Mohamed Hassanein. President Donald Trump said he struck "no deal" for the release of an Egyptian-American charity worker who had been detained in the country for almost three years.
  • How the Borussia bomber hoped to make millions

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    A police officer accompanying the bus also suffered trauma from the blast. Three explosive devices went off in a hedge alongside the team bus on April 11, minutes after it left the squad's hotel heading for a Champions League quarter-final match at home against Monaco.
  • Applications for jobless aid rise but remain at low level

    Applications for jobless aid rise but remain at low level

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    WASHINGTON (AP) - More people sought US unemployment benefits last week, yet total applications remained at a historically low level that suggests workers are enjoying solid job security. 15, the Labor Department said on Thursday. The insured jobless rate also dropped by one-tenth in the week to 1.4 percent, matching its lowest reading in the current recovery, stated Barclays.
  • UN strongly condemns North Korean missile launch after delay

    UN strongly condemns North Korean missile launch after delay

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    Japan and South Korea are both allies of the United States, which has said "all options are on the table", including military ones, in dealing with Pyongyang. Such statements by the 15-member council have to be agreed by consensus. Russian Federation wanted to include language contained in previous statements and resolutions stressing the need to achieve a peaceful solution "through dialogue".
  • Can't be complacent on North Korea threat, UK minister

    Can't be complacent on North Korea threat, UK minister

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    The following day, Trump tweeted that he "had a very good call last night with the President of China concerning the menace of North Korea ", But Xi in Beijing said that he had urged Trump to seek a "peaceful solution". The commander in charge of USA nuclear weapons, Air Force general John Hyten, recently told the Senate that the 11 February test was staged "out of a place we'd never seen before".
  • Dinakaran in Bengaluru, to meet Sasikala today

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    Dinakaran and made a decision to keep him and his family out of the party and the government. AIADMK's Deputy General Secretary T.T.V. Dinakaran on Wednesday said the state ministers have made a decision to keep him out of the party due to some fear.
  • Chaffetz announces he will not seek re-election

    Chaffetz announces he will not seek re-election

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    The Utah Republican said in a Facebook post that there were "no ulterior motives" behind the move, and he was confident he would still be re-elected by wide margins, had he decided otherwise. Many of those donations are reportedly from out-of-state contributors (including Rosie O'Donnell, who has tweeted her support) attempting, however improbably, to flip Chaffetz's historically Republican seat to blue.
  • Apple is Planning a Complete Overhaul For the iPhone 8

    Apple is Planning a Complete Overhaul For the iPhone 8

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    The iPhone 8 is set to be roughly the same size as the iPhone 7, measuring in at 137.54 x 67.54 mm but with a screen that measures 5.768 inches diagonally, which is nearly the exact same size as the Samsung Galaxy S8. The tenth anniversary iPhone model, according to Bloomberg's Apple guru Mark Gurman, will not have a curved OLED display but instead will have curved glass on both the front and back.
  • North Korea rolls out missiles, other weaponry at parade

    North Korea rolls out missiles, other weaponry at parade

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    Unlike at some previous parades attended by Kim, there did not appear to be a senior Chinese official in attendance. North Korea is expected to test a missile or nuclear weapon as early as Saturday - the 105th birthday of the country's late founder, Kim Il Sung - and anxiety is mounting.
  • A list of Easter egg hunts, bunny visits in Maryland

    A list of Easter egg hunts, bunny visits in Maryland

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    This was one Easter egg hunt that went to sky-high proportions. As for that Easter egg hunt, more than 250,000 eggs were used, and when it is all done and over with, they will all be tossed in bins and reused for next year. "We purchased about 6,000 plastic eggs with candy in them", Filoteo said. "I was right in the middle of it and all of them were just around me". Some children had eggs spotted seconds before the start of Saturday morning's Easter egg hunt at Emerald Cove Park.
  • Pence, on US carrier, pledges to defend Asia

    Pence, on US carrier, pledges to defend Asia

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    This strategy is part and parcel of Trump's "America First" doctrine. Capital Economics said in a research note on Wednesday a renegotiated FTA would likely mean South Korea opens more of its economy to USA companies but would "have a relatively small impact on the economy".
  • Pressure mounts on Trump to release his tax returns

    Pressure mounts on Trump to release his tax returns

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    Trump tweeted Sunday: "I did what was an nearly an impossible thing to do for a Republican-easily won the Electoral College!" The irony, of course, is that Trump is using the exact same argument for why he should, in fact, release his tax returns.
  • Majority of Americans feel Trump isn't keeping promises

    Majority of Americans feel Trump isn't keeping promises

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    Fifty-two percent of those surveyed believe Trump is a strong and decisive leader, although that is down from 59 percent in February. That is down from 62 percent who answered in the affirmative back in February. "Supporters have expressed unhappiness that more has not been done on taxes and immigration, in addition to healthcare", Norman said. These are not the numbers Trump wishes to see as he tries to sell his first 100 days as a success and push for momentum to see the scandals recede ...
  • N Korea may be capable of sarin-loaded missile attack: Japan

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    He said, North Korea may already have the capability to shoot missiles loaded with sarin as warhead against Japan, CTV news reported Thursday. Foreign militaries and intelligence agencies have long believed North Korea is deeply involved in chemical weapons research and production.
  • Pence lands at Korean DMZ day after North Korea's failed missile test

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    He said the USA and its allies would deal with the situation "through peaceable means or ultimately by whatever means are necessary". Labelling North Korea's failed missile test at the weekend a "provocation", Mr Pence said the regime "would do well not to test [President Trump's] resolve or the strength of the armed forces of the United States in this region".
  • Teenage girl dies after shark attack in western Australia

    Teenage girl dies after shark attack in western Australia

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    This is a developing story. It's understood the teenagers leg was badly mauled and she had also lost a considerable amount of blood when pulled from the water, Seven News reported . Authorities have not said what kind of shark may be responsible. The year before, a man was seriously injured by a suspected great white while diving for sea snails off an area called Poison Creek in the waters off Esperance .
  • Taiwan remains on United States currency monitoring list

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    Zhou said plans for the U.S. and China to spend 100 days looking for ways to tackle the trade imbalance were "just a beginning" and could result in China lifting a ban on American beef and opening up its financial market in the short term. Because of these actions, many economists and investors had already suspected that China wouldn't meet Treasury's criteria. "China will need to demonstrate that its lack of intervention to resist appreciation over the last three years represents a durable ...
  • Farooq Abdullah demands Governor's rule in J&K

    Farooq Abdullah demands Governor's rule in J&K

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    Nine candidates were in the fray, but the main battle was between Farooq and Nazir Ahmad Khan. Abdullah's victory is being seen as a major setback for the PDP, which had won all the three Lok Sabha seats in the 2014 general elec- tions. The bypoll for the Anantnag parliamentary constituency has been rescheduled to May 25. Results show that people are in favour of NC. The seat fell vacant after Mr Karra resigned from the PDP and the Lok Sabha - he eventually joined the Congress which entered ...