• 'Crazy' Biden would go down crying if he assaulted me
'Crazy' Biden would go down crying if he assaulted me

In fact, Uncle Joe's got nothing but love for the people. It isn't typical in our country for a current president and a former vice president to openly talk about beating each other up - but that's where we are in 2018. Fallon reflected on how insane the situation is. Let's do this thing. "Come at me, bro!'" Biden reiterated that engaging in a ...

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  • PSL 2018: Peshawar Zalmi beat Karachi Kings to storm into final
PSL 2018: Peshawar Zalmi beat Karachi Kings to storm into final

Denly remained not out at 79 (9x4, 4x6) with Ingram lingering at the other end. His terrific 77 of 27 balls crushed the defending champions Peshawar Zalmi . Pakistan pacer Umaid Asif put on a stunning display with the ball as he scalped two wickets in quick succession during the chase and played a pivotal role in Peshawar's victory.

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  • Is Meghan Markle feeling broody?
Is Meghan Markle feeling broody?

It's clear that neither Prince Harry nor Meghan Markle is phased by the drama with her relatives and the two clearly are in love and supportive of one another, despite attempts by distant family and tabloids to drum up drama as their wedding day approaches.

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  • Syria rebels prepare to quit penultimate pocket of Ghouta
Syria rebels prepare to quit penultimate pocket of Ghouta

The departure of the rebels from their long-held Ghouta enclave means that only one other pocket of rebellion remains in the area: the city of Douma, capital of Douma district. State television reported that more than 60 buses had left Harasta since Thursday, carrying over 3,800 people including more than 1,000 fighters.

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  • China Urges US to 'Pull Back From Brink' as Trump Unveils Tariffs
China Urges US to 'Pull Back From Brink' as Trump Unveils Tariffs

Feeling the chill, MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 2.5 percent, tracking heavy losses on Wall Street. "But, China is not afraid of and will not recoil from a trade war ". GOP Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah, the committee chairman, said he was "deeply disappointed in the decision to impose global tariffs to address a probl...

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  • Koreas, US end '1.5-track' talks
Koreas, US end '1.5-track' talks

In the meantime, the same publication revealed that the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un offered to abandon his country's nuclear weapons in exchange for security guarantees from the United States. However, if we closely examine the Trump's approach towards North Korea and put the things together, it can be observed that Trump's decision to talk ...

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  • Mississippi's New Abortion Law Is The Most Restrictive In The Nation
Mississippi's New Abortion Law Is The Most Restrictive In The Nation

The measure is called the Gestational Age Act . The owner of the state's only abortion clinic, Jackson Women's Health Organization, filed suit immediately after Bryant signed the bill , claiming it is unconstitutional. In a lawsuit handled by the Center of Reproductive Rights, the Jackson Women's Health Organization says the measure is uncons...

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  • N. Korea says its recent openness to talks shows strength, not weakness
N. Korea says its recent openness to talks shows strength, not weakness

Quoting the message, the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) wrote "I extend my heartfelt congratulations to you on your re-election as president of the Russian Federation". The White House said the meeting wouldn't happen "until we see concrete actions that match the words and the rhetoric of North Korea", but later clarified it "fully ex...

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  • Justine Damond: Police officer Mohamed Noor appears in court, granted bail
Justine Damond: Police officer Mohamed Noor appears in court, granted bail

Damond's body was found alongside her cellphone following the tragic incident. In a statement released Tuesday, Freeman said the investigation was thorough, and subsequently, he and investigators have a second by second understanding of the evening when Damond was shot by Noor.

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  • Harjeet Masih had changed name, taken Bangladeshi visa: Sushma
Harjeet Masih had changed name, taken Bangladeshi visa: Sushma

Congress MPs from Punjab Ambika Soni and Pratap Singh Bajwa, along with the party's chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala, held a press conference in the evening and released the transcript of a Parliament debate of August 4, 2015 where Ms.

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  • KCR calls on Mamata. Keywords: Federal Front, people's agenda
KCR calls on Mamata. Keywords: Federal Front, people's agenda

Stating that he was trying to form a "real" federal front with a collective leadership for the 2019 elections, he said: "It will be a collective leadership, it will be a federal leadership". The Telugu Desam Party (TDP) on Friday quit the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance and said that it would move a no-confidence m...

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  • U.S. retailers urge Trump against tariffs
U.S. retailers urge Trump against tariffs

The trade groups represent companies such as Apple, Alphabet - the parent company of Google - Walmart and Nike. One source says that the China tariffs may be subject to a public comment period, which would delay their effective date and allow industry groups and companies to lodge objections.

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  • Syria government seizes two towns in Ghouta; 30 civilians killed: Monitor
Syria government seizes two towns in Ghouta; 30 civilians killed: Monitor

Al-Ikhbariya TV broadcast the still images Sunday of Assad standing near a tank and surrounded by soldiers on a street in eastern Ghouta, the region near Damascus where a Syrian offensive has been underway over the past month. Thousands of civilians streaming out of the enclave into government-held areas on Saturday came mostly from this southern s...

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  • Exit polls suggest Russian President Vladimir Putin easily wins re-election
Exit polls suggest Russian President Vladimir Putin easily wins re-election

Yevgeny Roizman, the mayor of Yekaterinburg, Russia's fourth-largest city, says local officials and state employees have all received orders "from higher up" to make sure the presidential vote turnout is more than 60 percent. Polls in the past have also shown that Putin's popularity rises during times of confrontation with the West, so Russian...

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  • Facebook suspends Cambridge Analytica
Facebook suspends Cambridge Analytica

Facebook in its statement described a rocky relationship with Cambridge Analytica , Kogan and Wylie going back to 2015. Similar stories based on the same reporting project also appeared in the New York Times and the Observer of London.

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  • UK Police Worry About Russian Migrants After Ex Aeroflot Executive's Murder
UK Police Worry About Russian Migrants After Ex Aeroflot Executive's Murder

Mr Glushkov was found dead at his home in New Malden, southwest London , on Monday evening. There is no evidence linking his death to the poisoning of ex-spy Sergei Skripal , who remains in a critical condition alongside his daughter after the pair were slipped a suspected nerve agent .

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  • Officials plan extra enforcement for St. Paddy's Day weekend
Officials plan extra enforcement for St. Paddy's Day weekend

Troopers also issued 888 speeding citations, 100 seat belt citations and 2,365 other citations. The Chandler Police Department is also getting involved for the holiday, conducting DUI checks as well as the Know Your Limit awareness program that educates the public on the effects alcohol has on the human body.

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  • All six Maharashtra Rajya Sabha candidates to be elected unopposed
All six Maharashtra Rajya Sabha candidates to be elected unopposed

The JD (S) that has repeated its businessman candidate B M Farooq is severely short of votes (44 is required for each nomination ) to nominate him. He said that this was an old tactic followed by the saffron party, which had tried to do the same to prevent Rajya Sabha MP Ahmed Patel's candidature in the past as well.

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  • Zuma faces corruption charge over $2.5b arms deal
Zuma faces corruption charge over $2.5b arms deal

Mr Zuma disputes all the allegations against him. The charges were eventually dropped by the National Prosecuting Authority before he ran for president in 2009. As part of the indictment‚ Zuma would be accused number one while French company Thint will also face charges. Zuma's supporters have long argued that the case was politically motivated...

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  • Disney reorganises to create OTT division
Disney reorganises to create OTT division

About 707,265 shares traded or 53.74% up from the average. Disney announced a company reorganisation to create a new unit to house its streaming activities. Barclays set a $105.00 target price on Walt Disney and gave the company a "hold" rating in a research report on Tuesday, January 23rd. Therefore 59% are positive.

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