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CDC Gets List of Forbidden Words: Foetus, Transgender, Diversity

CDC Gets List of Forbidden Words: Foetus, Transgender, Diversity

The source explained that they were given instructions forbidding them from using the terms evidence-based, science-based , vulnerable , entitlement , fetus , diversity and transgender . News o...

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Real Madrid wins back-to-back Club World Cup titles

Real Madrid wins back-to-back Club World Cup titles

But Mbark Boussoufa's effort in the 47 minute was disallowed after VAR once again found it to be offside. Madrid are more used to the system than most sides. Benzema was finally adjudged offside and...

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Lions Become Rockettes For Christmas-Themed Touchdown Celebration

Lions Become Rockettes For Christmas-Themed Touchdown Celebration

It really shows commitment that they have it perfectly in sync. which means at some point before all of this, the Lions players involved must have practiced. 16, 2017, in Detroit . About midway thr...

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Can't accept preconditions for talks with North Korea: Rex Tillerson

Can't accept preconditions for talks with North Korea: Rex Tillerson

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said North Korea's threats against the world are increasing and the global community must step up pressure. Shortly after the November test, Mattis said the missil...

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Canadian billionaire couple found dead in their mansion basement

Canadian billionaire couple found dead in their mansion basement

Police said they learned of the deaths after responding to a midday (1700 GMT) medical call at the Sherman's home in an affluent section of northeast Toronto. The company undercut name-brand drugs by ...

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Zarif: No Alternative Evidence Covers up US Complicity in War Crimes

Zarif: No Alternative Evidence Covers up US Complicity in War Crimes

The missile was reportedly launched at Saudi Arabia last month from an area of Yemen that is controlled by Houthi rebels, an Iranian-backed Shiite group that took control of large swathes of Yemen in ...

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Talaq 'to be' a punishable offence in India

Talaq 'to be' a punishable offence in India

Calling the Muslim Women Protection of Rights on Marriage Bill "very important", a senior government official told The New Indian Express that the proposed law was "certainly the government's priori...

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Widow to run for seat of Kentucky lawmaker who killed self

Widow to run for seat of Kentucky lawmaker who killed self

Many of those cases have led to denials, resignations, apologies; though Johnson denied the allegations , some believe they pushed him over the edge. Matt Bevin or House Speaker Pro Tem David Osborne...

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El Dorado Salvation Army says donations for kettle bell campaign are down

El Dorado Salvation Army says donations for kettle bell campaign are down

They stood outside the store and asked shoppers to contribute money to the kettle. The soup van provides meals at two locations in the city every night throughout the year. An early morning fire has w...

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Consular Access To Jadhav Denied, Pak Says India Trying To Get Info

Consular Access To Jadhav Denied, Pak Says India Trying To Get Info

India has repeatedly requested consular access to Jadhav and other Indian nationals imprisoned in Pakistan as per Vienna convention on diplomatic relations, Kumar said. Kulbhusan Sundir Jadhav alias H...

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Roy Moore Vs. Doug Jones: Polls Are Closing in Alabama Senate Race

Roy Moore Vs. Doug Jones: Polls Are Closing in Alabama Senate Race

In an interview with Bill Press on C-SPAN 2's After Words , Press read an excerpt from one of Moore's Supreme Court decisions in which the judge describes homosexuality as "abhorrent, immoral, detest...

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USA ready for North Korea talks without preconditions, says Tillerson

USA ready for North Korea talks without preconditions, says Tillerson

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson addresses a joint news conference with European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini at the European Council in Brussels, Belgium, December 5, 2017. Till...

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Trump Reportedly Spends Hours Watching TV Every Day

Trump Reportedly Spends Hours Watching TV Every Day

The peek behind the White House curtain is the most revealing since a May Time magazine story detailed similar inner workings of Trump's inner sanctum. While aboard Air Force One during his recent...

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MA gas prices up by a penny, expected to fall

MA gas prices up by a penny, expected to fall

The Dearborn-based auto club says early Monday the average price for self-serve regular unleaded gasoline was about $2.51 per gallon. Gas prices at this time of year have varied greatly in recent ye...

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West Indies 87-2 when rain sets in

West Indies 87-2 when rain sets in

Ambris put himself in history for the wrong reasons during the tourists' first innings against New Zealand in Wellington, becoming the first batsman in the history of Test cricket to be out due to a...

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Thousands protest Jerusalem recognition in Lebanon

Thousands protest Jerusalem recognition in Lebanon

Lebanese security forces fired tear gas and water canons at protesters near the USA embassy during the demonstration, TV footage showed. Protesters threw stones at security forces who had barricaded...

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Eagles' Carson Wentz (knee) out for remainder of Sunday's game

Eagles' Carson Wentz (knee) out for remainder of Sunday's game

While Wentz would go on to finish the series after his touchdown was called back due to a holding call, after the series he spoke with trainers on the sidelines and headed to the locker room shortly t...

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Nikki Haley Says Trump's Accusers Should Be Heard

Nikki Haley Says Trump's Accusers Should Be Heard

Haley, speaking on CBS' "Face the Nation," broke from the Trump administration line on the 16 sexual misconduct allegations that face the president. Moore has been accused by several women of sexu...

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Rohingya crisis reflects vulnerability of human rights

Rohingya crisis reflects vulnerability of human rights

Human rights are everywhere but there are some changes from nation to nation. "The world would be a safer place if human rights were universally protected". The above report comes in direct conflict ...

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WWE wrestler Rich Swann arrested on charges of battering wife

WWE wrestler Rich Swann arrested on charges of battering wife

According to an arrest report from the Gainesville, Florida police, Swann was arrested following the incident, which occurred after a Gainesville, Florida match that Yung (real name Vannarah Rig...

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USA leaning towards 2030 Winter Games bid

USA leaning towards 2030 Winter Games bid

The USOC responded with a statement Thursday saying plans to compete in the Olympics, which run February 9-25, hadn't changed. She added that she would not visit the White House if she won. That same ...

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White House to release results of Trump's next physical after slurred speech

White House to release results of Trump's next physical after slurred speech

Thursday's celebration comes one day after Mr. Trump's announcement to recognize Jerusalem as the Israeli capital and plans to move the American embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. The White House l...

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More protesters in Indonesia rally against United States decision

More protesters in Indonesia rally against United States decision

The two countries had normalised relations in recent years, but Sunday's flare-up came after Turkey was angered by US President Donald Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Isra...

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Telangana Congress celebrates Sonia's 71st birthday

Telangana Congress celebrates Sonia's 71st birthday

She married late Rajiv Gandhi, who was India's former PM, in 1968. The Congress party also tweeted to wish their leader on her birthday. In a tweet, Modi said: "Birthday greetings to Congress Pres...

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Two weather warnings in place as temperatures set to plummet

Two weather warnings in place as temperatures set to plummet

Although southern areas may miss out on the worst of the weather, the Met Office has warned temperatures will still plummet to "bitterly cold" levels, dropping as low as -12C (10F) on Sunday morning...

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