• Snow, wind and cold
Snow, wind and cold

A few flurries will be possible Monday and Tuesday, but accumulating snow is unlikely with this round of cold weather. Expect moderate to locally heavy snow along Lake Superior through this evening, then snow will transition to the NW wind snow belts tonight.

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  • Wind Chill Advisory until noon
Wind Chill Advisory until noon

There was also snow expected in OH and along the Lake Erie shoreline on Friday during the cold temperatures. Light snow is also possible during the late morning hours on Friday . Make sure you wear a hat and gloves. A Winter Storm Watch and High Wind Watch have been issued for a large portion of the state as both weather alerts will begin on...

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  • Donald Trump Slammed by Both Conservative and Moderate Republicans After Shutdown
Donald Trump Slammed by Both Conservative and Moderate Republicans After Shutdown

But Republican Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri said on the same show that he thinks Trump has learned from the shutdown. Rubio said on NBC the emergency option was "a bad idea". Lindsey Graham, had said just three weeks ago that giving in on the border wall would probably mark "the end of his presidency". The message was echoed by Mulvaney, who...

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  • 'Hyper pacifist' seriously wounded during 11th week of yellow vest protests
'Hyper pacifist' seriously wounded during 11th week of yellow vest protests

Some 69,000 people nationwide took part Saturday in the 11th week of yellow vest protests, down from more than 80,000 during the previous two weekends, according to the French Interior Ministry. "We don't share all the demands expressed by the yellow vest movement , for instance demands about overthrowing the government [or] brutalising institutio...

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  • Trudeau fires Canada's ambassador to China amid Huawei row
Trudeau fires Canada's ambassador to China amid Huawei row

McCallum ignited a firestorm earlier this week when he told Chinese-language media Meng had "strong arguments" against extradition . Two days later, he apologized for the remarks, saying he "misspoke" when he discussed that case. Lynette Ong, a political science professor at the University of Toronto, said reports in China appeared to be encou...

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  • USA government shutdown ends for now
USA government shutdown ends for now

On Friday morning, an air of uncertainty hung over the White House as Trump pondered. We didn't hire him to maintain the status quo, " said Deason, a member of the finance committee of America First Action, the only sanctioned pro-Trump super PAC.

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  • Sala search continues after funding
Sala search continues after funding

His other son, Jack, who plays for the Bluebirds, exchanged a series of text messages with Sala, suggesting a private flight from Cardiff to Nantes , and then back to south Wales two days later. Willie McKay said he arranged for Sala's flight but had no involvement in selecting the aircraft or pilot. As of Saturday afternoon, nearly €200,000 (...

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  • Offaly included in updated Met Eireann Weather Warning
Offaly included in updated Met Eireann Weather Warning

From early tonight and overnight the forecaster expects north to northwest winds to reach mean speeds of 50 to 65 km/hr with gusts of 90 to 100 km/hr. Sunny spells in many areas, but scattered showers also, mainly in Ulster. There will be some cloudy periods with some showery rain but a few bright spells too.

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  • Native American activist says he forgives boys in videos
Native American activist says he forgives boys in videos

The Kentucky Diocese of Covington and Covington Catholic High School released a joint statement January 19 condemning the students' behavior at a time when it was widely reported that they had been mocking or antagonizing Phillips. Currently, there appear to be tentative plans for Phillips to meet up with Sandmann and the other Covington Cathol...

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  • Report Digs Into How Kushner Got Top Secret Clearance
Report Digs Into How Kushner Got Top Secret Clearance

The CIA reportedly rejected Kushner's request for the clearance after the Federal Bureau of Investigation approved him for top secret clearance. Separately, the sources claimed that Kushner even tried to gain access to "sensitive compartmented information", or SCI, which includes the U.S.

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  • Queen urges 'common ground' in likely reference to Brexit
Queen urges 'common ground' in likely reference to Brexit

But, that's pretty much what's happened as MPs continue to fight it out over Brexit, with no real resolution in sight. But her comments about respecting the views of others and trying to seek common ground is likely to be interpreted be some commentators as a veiled reference to the toxic mood of the public debate around Britain leaving the EU....

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  • Greek parliament endorses Macedonia treaty
Greek parliament endorses Macedonia treaty

Thousands demonstrated in Greece's main cities and on the Macedonian border Thursday against a historic deal to normalize relations with Macedonia, a day before lawmakers were expected to narrowly approve the agreement. Many countries adopted an abbreviated version of this official name, referring to the new country as FRY of Macedonia. At least ...

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  • Roger Stone set to appear in federal court in Washington DC
Roger Stone set to appear in federal court in Washington DC

But House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff, a California Democrat, said in a statement that his committee "will be eager to learn just who directed a senior campaign official to contact Stone about additional damaging information held by Wikileaks" just "days before Donald Trump called on Russian Federation to "find the 30,000 emails that are ...

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  • Donald Trump's conservative media boosters diverge on shutdown deal
Donald Trump's conservative media boosters diverge on shutdown deal

Earlier Pelosi postponed Trump's address due to the longest government shutdown in USA history, citing security concerns, as those tasked with protecting the high-profile event were not being paid, in an official letter to the White House.

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  • Soros calls China's Xi 'most dangerous' foe of free societies
Soros calls China's Xi 'most dangerous' foe of free societies

Soros gave his annual speech at a dinner on Thursday as part of the 2019 World Economic Forum , which is hosted in the Swiss town of Davos each year towards the end of January. "My present view is that instead of waging a trade war with practically the whole world, the U.S. should focus on China". Instead of letting [the Chinese tech companies...

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  • Florida Secretary of State resigns after reveal of blackface photos
Florida Secretary of State resigns after reveal of blackface photos

DeSantis said he accepted the resignation because he didn't "want to get mired in side controversies". Last year, DeSantis narrowly defeated Democrat Andrew Gillum in a bitter race with racial overtones. The incoming governor assembled a transition team led by his campaign manager and included others such as U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz that helped with ...

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  • India launches satellite designed by students
India launches satellite designed by students

The other experiment with the launcher PSLV-C44 vehicle will be a new third variant having two strap-on boosters. At about 103rd minute after the lift-off, the rocket's fourth stage would turn into an orbital platform for Kalamsat at an altitude of 450 km.

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  • Pompeo confronts U.N. Security Council on Venezuela
Pompeo confronts U.N. Security Council on Venezuela

Saturday's meeting was requested by the United States and some other countries. Pompeo was accompanied by his newly appointed special envoy for Venezuela, Elliott Abrams. Abrams called Venezuela "a satellite of Cuba and Russia" - which the three countries vehemently denied - and said Saturday's meeting "is not about foreign intervention in Venezuel...

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  • Brexit: David Miliband puts case for new referendum
Brexit: David Miliband puts case for new referendum

He said that no-deal could only be taken off the table if the Government "connived in doing it". It appears likely that the Labour front bench will support the amendment to the government's Brexit deal tabled by Yvette Cooper. Commenting on Cooper's amendment, the Financial Times commented Wednesday , " Jeremy Corbyn likes to think he is Brit...

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  • Mexico 'disagrees' with US returning asylum seekers
Mexico 'disagrees' with US returning asylum seekers

Mexico will accept the return of certain individuals who have a date to appear in a US immigration court, but will reject those who are in danger in Mexican territory, suffering health problems, or are unaccompanied minors. John Cohen, a former acting under secretary at the Homeland Security Department and an ABC News contributor, said in order ...

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