• Snow forecast for North Somerset
Snow forecast for North Somerset

Traffic Scotland have issued several warnings about slow moving traffic as a result of the snowfall, including on the M74 and the M8 Eastbound, two of the country's busiest roads. Wales is braced for a widespread fall of snow across many parts today. As the day progresses the wintry weather will move across the Midlands and into the South East.

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  • 'Desecration': ISIS Behind Deadly Double Bombing that Killed 27 Churchgoers?
'Desecration': ISIS Behind Deadly Double Bombing that Killed 27 Churchgoers?

But as they escaped and emergency personnel arrived on the scene, a second bomb went off close to the main entrance, around a minute after the first blast. The church has been attacked by terrorists in the past. Nearly two years after the Marawi siege brought the issue of Islamic extremism to the fore, parts of Mindanao remain under martial law, ...

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  • Multiple Houston police officers wounded in shooting, officials say
Multiple Houston police officers wounded in shooting, officials say

The shootings took place while officers from the Narcotics Division were serving a warrant, police said . Today's tragedy resembles the 2016 Dallas shooting that saw Micah Xavier Johnson ambush and kill five officers while injuring nine others.

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  • Brexit protest held at Irish border Photogallery
Brexit protest held at Irish border Photogallery

A spokesman said the Northern Ireland business community stands firm that a no-deal outcome would be "an unmitigated disaster" for the economy and society. Justin McNulty said: "He needs to recognise that using border communities as pawns in a political game of chess is risky territory". There was considerable anger and confusion after the EU C...

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  • How Long Will the Extreme Cold Last in the Midwest and Northeast?
How Long Will the Extreme Cold Last in the Midwest and Northeast?

Expect flurries and flakes to continue through part of Tuesday but the travel conditions should improve by the middle of the day on Tuesday . The service said commuters should plan for possibly slippery travel due to the precipitation.

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  • Woman Stuck In Upper East Side Townhouse Elevator -- For Entire Weekend
Woman Stuck In Upper East Side Townhouse Elevator -- For Entire Weekend

The FDNY rescued a person trapped in an elevator in an Upper East Side townhouse, January 28, 2019. Residents of the townhouse arrived there Monday morning, discovered the trapped worker and called 911. She has been "a valued member of the Stephens extended family for 18 years" and a family member accompanied her to the hospital, they are quoted as...

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  • Trump to deliver state of union address after gov't shutdown ends
Trump to deliver state of union address after gov't shutdown ends

The potential new offer from Democrats comes during severe disruptions in some federal services as the longest government shutdown in USA history stretches into a second month and 800,000 federal workers are scheduled to miss another paycheck on Friday.

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  • Acting AG Matt Whitaker Says Mueller's Investigation Is 'Close to Being Completed'
Acting AG Matt Whitaker Says Mueller's Investigation Is 'Close to Being Completed'

They also come just days after Mueller's office unveiled an indictment of Roger Stone, a longtime friend of Trump. Whitaker said he has been fully briefed about Mueller's work and that he is looking forward to reviewing a final report.

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"Use English 100% Of The Time": US Professor's E-Mail To Chinese Students

Neely said in the email that two faculty members had come to her office complaining about students speaking Chinese " very loudly " in the student lounge and study areas. Megan Neely was removed after snapshots of her e-mail wen viral on social media. By Sunday, news of the email had spread on Weibo, a Chinese social media site similar to Twitter...

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  • United States special envoy visits Kabul to consult president on talks with Taliban
United States special envoy visits Kabul to consult president on talks with Taliban

In return, the insurgent group has given assurances that no worldwide terrorist groups would be allowed to use Afghan soil to threaten America or any other country in future. US-Taliban talks in Doha, Qatar entered the sixth day today. FILE - Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan speaks during a press conference in Putrajaya, Malaysia, Nov.

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  • Shutdown costs pegged at $3 billion as U.S. government reopens
Shutdown costs pegged at $3 billion as U.S. government reopens

About $3 billion in lost gross domestic product won't be recovered, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimated Monday in a new report . The CBO forecasts that economic growth will slow this year to 2.3 percent, compared to the 3.1 percent rate in 2018.

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  • U.S. & Taliban Agree to Path for Afghan Peace Deal
U.S. & Taliban Agree to Path for Afghan Peace Deal

Khalilzad did not confirm the statement and there was no immediate comment from the US Embassy. Afghan political analyst Waheed Muzhda says he believes that Khalilzad and the Taliban have reached agreement on both the withdrawal of USA forces from Afghanistan and a cease-fire deal, but that neither side is prepared to say so at this point.

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  • Road Rage Leads to Involuntary Car-Surfing at 70 Miles Per Hour
Road Rage Leads to Involuntary Car-Surfing at 70 Miles Per Hour

Police say Kamrowski, 65, jumped on the hood of Fitzgerald's vehicle after the two motorists were involved in a minor sideswipe accident on the westbound side of Interstate 90 near Interstate 95 in Weston. "I wasn't getting off the auto", he added. The resident of Lynn was charged with assault with a risky weapon, negligent operation of a motor...

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  • Another Democrat urges Schultz not to run
Another Democrat urges Schultz not to run

But he also criticized Democrats' Medicare-for-All healthcare proposal, calling it "as false as the wall", and noting that free health care is something the country can not afford. Several Democrats nearly immediately came out against Schultz's potential run, warning that his Independent bid could splinter votes in favor of Trump, thus re-electing ...

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  • Warmer, windy Sunday ahead of Monday morning snow
Warmer, windy Sunday ahead of Monday morning snow

According to FOX 9 Chief Meteorologist Ian Leonard, Monday morning's commute will be slow after Sunday night's snowfall. Areas farther south of the Warning/Advisory will experience a light wintry mix - of wind, perhaps an inch or two of snow, rain, drizzle and eventually falling temperatures.

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  • Protesters on Irish border issue dramatic Brexit warning
Protesters on Irish border issue dramatic Brexit warning

He said: "That backstop is dead, rejected by the biggest ever parliamentary majority; and that is why I hope and pray that I am right about the intentions of Number 10". "The EU has been clear that the backstop is an integral part of the withdrawal agreement". MPs this month rejected the divorce agreement she struck with the bloc past year.

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  • 'Dangerous' and 'brutal' cold aimed at Upper Midwest and Great Lakes
'Dangerous' and 'brutal' cold aimed at Upper Midwest and Great Lakes

A winter storm pushing across the Upper Midwest is expected to dump more than a foot of snow in parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin. The chilly temperatures are expected to dip 20 to 40 degrees below normal, resulting in an increased risk of frostbite and hypothermia in people and animals by the middle of the week.

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  • Survivors lay wreaths at Auschwitz on Holocaust Remembrance Day
Survivors lay wreaths at Auschwitz on Holocaust Remembrance Day

Maas writes in an op-ed in weekly Welt am Sonntag that as the last survivors are passing away, the country's youth doesn't have any direct connections to the past and shows an alarming lack of knowledge about the Holocaust. The study - commissioned by the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust and involving 2,000 people - also found that one in 12 believe ...

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  • Roger Stone open to talking with Mueller in Russian Federation probe
Roger Stone open to talking with Mueller in Russian Federation probe

Stone was charged with lying to Congress and obstructing an investigation into alleged collusion between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign. "I do agree that Roger wanted me to find out from Wikileaks ", he said . "This doesn't look to me like an investigation that's about to wrap up", said Stanford law professor David Alan Sklansky. H...

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  • Officer killed during apparent game of Russian roulette with fellow officer
Officer killed during apparent game of Russian roulette with fellow officer

Nathaniel R. Hendren , 29, faces involuntary manslaughter and armed criminal action charges in the killing of 24-year-old Katlyn Alix . Officer Katlyn Alix , 24, was fatally shot sometime before 12:56 a.m. "I will hold people accountable regardless of their profession, public status or station in life", Gardner said in a statement. Gardne...

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