• Winter storm to bring heavy snow and disrupt travel
Winter storm to bring heavy snow and disrupt travel

Both advisories set to expire at 1 p.m. Monday . A swath of 4 to 8 inches of snowfall is possible from Kansas to MI, with over 10 inches possible in some spots. The Nebraska State Patrol closed westbound I-80 between Lincoln and Omaha because of the crashes on Sunday morning, which included semitrailer trucks jackknifed across the highway.

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  • President Trump's Message to Congress:
President Trump's Message to Congress: "You Must Present Border Security Package".

Pointing to the caravans of Central American migrants making their way toward the US, Trump said he had the authority by executive order to close the border "for a period of time until we get it under control". He said he had the authority to do so by executive order and claimed he'd already used it earlier this week. The president corrected the er...

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  • Russian vessel blocks Kerch strait after Ukrainian Navy ships violate border
Russian vessel blocks Kerch strait after Ukrainian Navy ships violate border

While trying to stop the ships, a Russian navy ship rammed the Ukrainian tugboat. Russia's border guard service accused Ukraine of not informing it in advance of the journey, something Kiev denied, and said the Ukrainian ships had been maneuvering dangerously and behavior its instructions with the aim of stirring up tensions.

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  • Wife of United Kingdom man jailed in UAE blames London
Wife of United Kingdom man jailed in UAE blames London

The oil-rich Gulf state said yesterday that Hedges can still appeal the verdict or request "presidential clemency". On Thursday, Mr Hunt tweeted he had had productive talks with Emirati Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed. This was an extremely serious case. "Compelling and powerful evidence was presented in court". "It's hard to do ...

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  • Mexico denies report of deal to host US asylum seekers
Mexico denies report of deal to host US asylum seekers

This is despite media reports saying the new government had agreed to a " Remain in Mexico " policy during USA background checks as a "short term solution". soil. Lopez Obrador will take office on December 1. "There is no agreement of any sort between the future Mexican federal government and the US", the incoming interior minister said in a sta...

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  • Alabama Police: Mall Shooting Suspect Still at Large
Alabama Police: Mall Shooting Suspect Still at Large

A 21-year-old man killed by an officer at a mall in Alabama on Thanksgiving night " likely did not fire" the shots that wounded two people and sent terrified shoppers running for cover, police said . However, that story changed on Friday evening when police admitted their initial report was "not totally accurate". Relatives were joined by ...

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  • Operators of killer boat to be charged with criminal negligence, manslaughter - Museveni
Operators of killer boat to be charged with criminal negligence, manslaughter - Museveni

Kampala Central MP Muhammad Nsereko who arrived at the scene moments after the tragic incident, commended the "swift" joint rescue operation by the marine units of Uganda Police Force and the Uganda People's Defence Force (UPDF). In a statement released this afternoon, the President also says Government has ordered for electronic registration and m...

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  • Trump Just Can't Get Chief Justice Roberts Out Of His Head
Trump Just Can't Get Chief Justice Roberts Out Of His Head

But on Wednesday, after a query by The Associated Press , he spoke up for the independence of the federal judiciary and rejected the notion that judges are loyal to the presidents who appoint them. His remarks this week signal his first criticism of the president. The ruling was overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court. "And I'm going to put in a majo...

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  • PH condemns attack on Chinese consulate in Pakistan
PH condemns attack on Chinese consulate in Pakistan

Defence analyst and security contractor Ikram Sehgal, whose company's guards have been posted at the consulate, said that the attackers had first engaged in an exchange of fire with policemen. The letter was addressed to China's ambassador to Pakistan. "Our enemies are not happy with peace in the province", provincial Chief Minister Mehmood Khan ...

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  • Mexico may be backing out of deal to host asylum seekers
Mexico may be backing out of deal to host asylum seekers

Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Mexico's president-elect, plans to implement a policy known as "Remain in Mexico" after taking office next month, his top domestic policy official told The Washington Post . The migrants are complaining about conditions in Tijuana as residents there have been protesting against the migrants . They include designating...

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  • Man shoots and kills woman in Florida Walmart before getting awa
Man shoots and kills woman in Florida Walmart before getting awa

The suspect, who is 55, fled on a bicycle and was caught. Authorities said Cronin was shot multiple times. Scotty Ballard told the Ocala Star-Banner that he was Cronin's roommate and they had gone to Walmart to buy furnishings for their apartment.

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  • KMT's Ting seeks vote recount in Taipei mayoral election
KMT's Ting seeks vote recount in Taipei mayoral election

Opposition Kuomintang candidates claimed victory in mayoral races in the major cities of Kaohsiung and Taichung as well as the governor positions in Yilan, Changhua and Yunlin counties, traditionally seen as bastions of support for Tsai's Democratic Progressive Party .

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  • Associate of Trump confidant says he's mulling a plea deal
Associate of Trump confidant says he's mulling a plea deal

Stone's longtime associate Jerome Corsi is reportedly negotiating a plea with Robert Mueller . Corsi's role in the investigation largely revolves around the possibility that he was an intermediary between Stone - a longtime Trump ally and confidante - and WikiLeaks .

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  • The Leaning Tower Of Pisa Is Leaning Less
The Leaning Tower Of Pisa Is Leaning Less

The tilt began in the 12th century when the tower was still being constructed. The tower has now started to measurably straighten. By the end, the tilt had been corrected by 45cm, at a cost of £200 million ($NZ375m). The tower, he added, was "the most monitored monument in the world", with more than 100 sensors giving hourly readings on a host ...

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  • Schoolchildren drown as bus plunges into canal in India
Schoolchildren drown as bus plunges into canal in India

Among the confirmed dead are a woman and a child and the death toll is expected to rise, with the bus believed to have been carrying 30-35 passengers on the way to Mandya from Pandavapur. The bus, which was registered in 2001, regularly traverses the route between Pandavapura and Mandya . Also, he has announced Rs 5 lakh ex-gratia for the kin of...

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  • 40 people killed, dozen injured after explosion at religious scholars’ meet
40 people killed, dozen injured after explosion at religious scholars’ meet

Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani condemned the attack calling it a clear demonstration of enmity with Islamic principles and lifestyle of Prophet Muhammad . Shortly afterwards, a second explosion tore through a group of reporters who had gathered at the site of the first incident outside the headquarters of the Ministry of Urban Developmen...

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  • Moroccan in UAE kills boyfriend, serves remains in meat dish to workers
Moroccan in UAE kills boyfriend, serves remains in meat dish to workers

The woman reportedly confessed to killing the man in a moment of "insanity". The defendant was in a relationship with the victim of her man for seven years. The victim's brother, however, found the tooth in the blender and then reported the woman to the authorities. She said she acted out of jealousy because her lover, who is said to have b...

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  • U.S., South Korea to scale back major military exercise
U.S., South Korea to scale back major military exercise

North and South Korea have connected a road across their shared border for the first time in 14 years, Seoul's defence ministry said Thursday (Nov 22) in the latest reconciliation gesture between the neighbours. North Korea and the United States are working toward a second leaders' level summit meeting between U.S. President Donald J. Trump and...

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  • Chief of Russia’s military intelligence agency dies
Chief of Russia’s military intelligence agency dies

The Netherlands believes the agency has tried to hack the global chemical weapons watchdog, and U.S. intelligence agencies said GRU was behind attempts to hack the 2016 United States presidential election. Speaking on a conference call with reporters, Peskov said Korobov had participated in a recent meeting with Putin in the southern Russian resort...

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  • Giant dust storm hits Australia causing health scare
Giant dust storm hits Australia causing health scare

The Ministry of Health for New South Wales (NSW), Australia, has issued a sever warning as the orange dust storm could be potentially risky for anyone. A second band was expected late on Thursday or Friday morning, Bureau of Meteorology senior meteorologist Simon Louis. Director of Environmental Health Richard Broome said those people should ...

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