• Housing white paper: Details revealed
Housing white paper: Details revealed

The housing white paper, entitled: " Fixing our broken housing market ", introduces new ways of assessing housing need, putting the onus on local councils to avoid "ducking hard decisions", and encouraging them to use compulsory purchase orders.

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  • Fox sees 35% jump in TV operating income for Q2
Fox sees 35% jump in TV operating income for Q2

Barclays PLC reaffirmed a "hold" rating and set a $29.00 price target on shares of Twenty-First Century Fox in a research report on Thursday, November 3rd. EPS growth for this year is -63.90% and EPS growth for next year is expected to reach at 11.33%. In case of Revenue Estimates, 23 analysts have provided their consensus Average Revenue Estimat...

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  • No conspiracy, mystery in Jaya's death: Doctors
No conspiracy, mystery in Jaya's death: Doctors

With earlier notifications from the Hospital management saying that Jayalalithaa had recovered and will return home soon, the denial of entry of various dignitaries who had come to pay her a visit, and the complete confidence that was maintained about the treatment and status of the ex-CM raised so many questions, suspicions and conspiracy theories...

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  • U.S. military sends guided-missile destroyer near Yemen
U.S. military sends guided-missile destroyer near Yemen

Trump made the comment in response to a question by a reporter about whether he would consider military options to respond to Iran, a day after his National Security Adviser Michael Flynn put Tehran on "notice". The official noted that the UN Security Council Resolution No. 2216 on Yemen is clear in this respect, so accordingly, the Iranian weapo...

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  • LETTERS: Grandchildren of protesters now oppose free speech
LETTERS: Grandchildren of protesters now oppose free speech

Trump wrote on Twitter at 6:13am EST (1113 GMT). Trump took offense Thursday morning over the canceled speech. Like many of our readers, I've really had it with this garbage from the left. The disturbance was organized by the self-described NYU Anti-Fascists group, which, in a Facebook post, encouraged protesters to stand up against "bigotry, rac...

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  • United States job market is off to a strong start in 2017
United States job market is off to a strong start in 2017

In the first jobs report since Trump's inauguration, nonfarm payrolls grew by 227,000 jobs in January, as Spicer noted, surpassing economists' expectations . When people haven't been looking for work - often because they feel discouraged by long periods of unemployment - they're not included in the BLS' estimates.

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  • Replace Obamacare with Bernie Care
Replace Obamacare with Bernie Care

Fellow witness Steve Beshear, the former Democratic governor of Kentucky, agreed that the ACA "isn't flawless", but stressed that his state's embrace of Medicaid expansion and successful implementation of its own online exchange made a tangible difference in improving the health of Kentuckians.

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  • Nicki Minaj Vs Giuseppe Zanotti
Nicki Minaj Vs Giuseppe Zanotti

Nicki wrote a lot more tweets in her rant and even started a poll to ask her fans if Giuseppe should run her a check. The Chris Brown collaborator then added: 'Just go on google, you'll see all the different pairs he's named after me.

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  • Hawkish Trump on Iran: 'Nothing's Off the Table'
Hawkish Trump on Iran: 'Nothing's Off the Table'

A senior adviser to Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the Islamic Republic will not be deterred by US threats after President Donald Trump said Iran is "on notice" following its latest missile test . The lack of specifics in Flynn's and Trump's warning could be a miscalculation, the analysts said. On Thursday morning, the USA pr...

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  • Ban Ki-moon rules out presidential run in South Korea
Ban Ki-moon rules out presidential run in South Korea

Fatally damaged by the massive corruption scandal that has brought down President Park Geun-hye, conservatives will now have to look for another candidate to rally behind. Even without announcing his intention to run, his support ratings in opinion polls had slipped to second place behind the presidential candidate for the main opposition Democrati...

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  • In response to Trump, Yad Vashem emphasizes Jewish suffering in the Holocaust
In response to Trump, Yad Vashem emphasizes Jewish suffering in the Holocaust

When Jewish groups objected to being airbrushed from history, the Trump administration doubled down. It expressed a commitment to make sure that such an evil never takes place again. He explained that Trump's record of defending Israel speaks for his allegiance to the Jewish people. The United Nations established the Internal Holocaust Remembranc...

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  • Filmmaker missing during a dive in the Florida Keys
Filmmaker missing during a dive in the Florida Keys

Tuesday in the vicinity of Alligator Reef, which is off Lower Matecumbe Key. The Coast Guard launched a 33-foot fast response boat from Coast Guard Station Islamorada, a MH-65-Dolphin helicopter from Air Station Miami and the cutter Charles Sexton from Sector Key West to conduct the search.

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  • MEP holds sign behind Nigel Farage's head saying 'He's lying to you'
MEP holds sign behind Nigel Farage's head saying 'He's lying to you'

Nigel Farage was silently mocked by a Labour MEP as he launched a strong defence of President Trump's travel ban and accused European Union leaders of "anti-Americanism". "The really frustrating thing about the European parliament is that we can not intervene and he was going to get three minutes of uninterrupted speaking time".

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  • Here's What We Know About The Suspect In The Quebec Terror Attack
Here's What We Know About The Suspect In The Quebec Terror Attack

Police arrested two suspects, including one who called 911 to say he was armed but ready to give himself up. Earlier reports said the man's name was Mohamed Khadir or El Khadir. In June 2016, a pig's head was left on the doorstep of the Islamic Cultural Centre in the middle of Ramadan, when Muslims fast from dawn until sunset.

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  • Google Used Its Homepage to Speak Out Against Trump's Muslim Ban
Google Used Its Homepage to Speak Out Against Trump's Muslim Ban

Roosevelt ordered the internment of Japanese-Americans in 1942 in response to the attack on Pearl Harbor , Korematsu, the son of Japanese immigrants, refused to go. The doodle by artist Sophie Diao-herself a child of Asian immigrants-features a patriotic portrait of Korematsu wearing his Presidential Medal of Freedom, a scene of the internment c...

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  • United Nations agencies urge Trump to allow refugees entry
United Nations agencies urge Trump to allow refugees entry

And although UNHCR says it is "alarmed" at the Trump administration's decision, "We still hope very much that the long tradition of the USA of accepting a large number of refugees will resume very shortly", said Beuze. The International Rescue Committee (IRC) said Mr Trump's "harmful and hasty" decision would impact thousands of innocent people...

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  • Iran conducts ballistic missile test, U.S. officials say
Iran conducts ballistic missile test, U.S. officials say

Gen. Hossein Dehqan had revealed in September that Iran would start production of the missile, the network reported. The Khorramshahr Missile traveled 600 miles before exploding in a failed test of a reentry vehicle, according to officials.

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  • Be cautious of people who do 'mann ki baat': Akhilesh Yadav
Be cautious of people who do 'mann ki baat': Akhilesh Yadav

Whether she campaigns or not, it's her choice". After Akhilesh and his alliance partner Rahul Gandhi, the Congress vice-president, held a roadshow in Lucknow on Sunday and a joint press conference marked by bonhomie, Mulayam lashed out at the newly-sealed SP-Congress alliance and said he would not campaign for it.

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  • Trump, Saudi king talk 'safe zones' for refugees
Trump, Saudi king talk 'safe zones' for refugees

The leaders agreed to cooperate on the fight against "radical Islamic terrorism" and to creating safe zones in Syria and Yemen, according to the White House, a dramatic departure from the policy of former president Barack Obama toward the region.

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  • Trump Mourns Loss of Service Member in First Raid He Authorized
Trump Mourns Loss of Service Member in First Raid He Authorized

Three other American troops were wounded in the operation on Saturday against members of al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP). The militant group denied that any militants were killed and said the young daughter of Anwar al-Awlaki, a USA citizen who was killed in a 2011 drone strike, was one of the civilians who died.

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