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  • CBS anchor Pelley exiting the evening news broadcast

    CBS anchor Pelley exiting the evening news broadcast

    The " CBS Evening News " is a distant third to ABC and NBC in the evening news rankings and despite some critical success, has not been able to close the gap. Pelley's onscreen demeanor - "strict and steeling, disavowing both charm and irony" - was appropriate for the nation's mood in the wake of last decade's financial crisis, news consultant Andrew Tyndall told ABC.

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  • Washington softens stance on US investors mingling with Putin and allies

    He blamed the Democrats for the failure to acknowledge their mistakes in the campaign, and "taking internal United States political squabbles into the worldwide arena". "We want to carry everyone along for development", he said. After Trump's election, "there was a sense that things could change a lot and guess what?" "It's a very odd time in that sense".

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  • Victims Of Deadly Manila Casino Attack Include Employees, Guests

    Victims Of Deadly Manila Casino Attack Include Employees, Guests

    The gunman fled with more than $2 million in stolen casino chips, then forced his way into a room in an adjoining hotel and killed himself. But hours later, the Islamic State group claimed responsibility in a statement, saying "Brother Abu al-Kheir al-Arkhabili was able to immerse among a gathering of Christian fighters in the Resorts World Manila in Manila where he carried out killing and hurting until he died as a martyr".

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  • Trump gets twisted up in his own weird Russia logic

    According to a new report in Politico , Trump has been grumbling to friends in recent weeks about his lack of good press, and may decide to shake up his communications staff as a result. The former officials named in the subpoenas were Obama national security adviser Susan Rice, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power and former CIA Director John Brennan.

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  • Pro-Paris deal protest planned outside White House

    Trump is due to make an announcement on Thursday afternoon confirming whether the United States will continue to support the agreement or not. The European Commission president has said that it was the "duty of Europe" to stand up to the United States if President Donald Trump decides to pull his country out of the Paris climate change accord .

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  • Trump's 'Crooked Hillary' moniker returns in Twitter spat

    Comments included a mock Google translation of covfefe from Russian into English as "I resign", and comments like "Drain the covfefe " - a play on Mr Donald Trump's promise to "drain the swamp" in Washington . The president tweeted just after midnight local time time on Wednesday: " Despite the constant negative press covfefe ". This confounding tweet was eventually deleted , but Trump soon followed up with another one, which read, "Who can figure out the true meaning of ...

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  • Philippines says 500 militants involved in siege

    Fr Chito said the terrorists were demanding the Philippine government stop its military offensive them, or else they would execute the prisoners. He did not say when the incident took place. "Despite the stringent procedure followed, there happens even with the best of armed forces, a case of friendly fire hitting our own troops", Padilla told The Associated Press.

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  • Champions Trophy Preview: South Africa

    England - who were without Ben Stokes due to a knee injury - had scored 669 runs in the previous two matches but hopes of another 300-plus total ebbed away very quickly as Kagiso Rabada (4-39) and Wayne Parnell (3-43) tore through their top order.

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  • China vows to work with EU to uphold Paris pact

    China vows to work with EU to uphold Paris pact

    President Donald Trump says he'll announce his decision on whether he'll pull the USA out of the Paris climate accord during a Rose Garden event Thursday. A senior White House official said Wednesday that the president was expected to withdraw from the agreement, which is aimed at reducing carbon emissions in an effort to curb global warming.

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  • Alabama girl among 15 remaining in National Spelling Bee

    Alabama girl among 15 remaining in National Spelling Bee

    During a tense day of preliminary competition on Wednesday, an 11-year-old girl wiped away tears as she departed the stage at the Washington-area resort after misspelling the word "severance". The South Bend student says he has been trying since fourth grade to make it to the National Spelling Bee. "I felt, like, overjoyed". She competed against kids more than twice her age and knocked out the words " nyctinasty " and "tapas".

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  • Severe thunderstorm watch issued for parts of Massachusetts, New Hampshire

    Severe thunderstorm watch issued for parts of Massachusetts, New Hampshire

    A week of stormy weather caused damage throughout the County. Storms are expected to arrive in Manchester and Concord between 6:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. Other locations impacted by this severe thunderstorm include Hairpin Turn, Center White Creek, Hoosick Junction, Paper Mill Village, Sodom, Greylock, Petersburg Junction, Readsboro Falls, Johnsonville and South Shaftsbury.

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  • Russia's Putin, Saudi prince praise dialogue on oil, Syria

    Earlier on Tuesday, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak met his Saudi counterpart Khalid al-Falih and discussed situation on global oil markets. "Our coordinated activities make it possible to stabilise the situation on global hydrocarbon markets". Last week Moscow agreed to extend its cooperation by another nine months until March 2018.

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  • Trump repeats criticism of Germany, Merkel stands by stance

    Trump repeats criticism of Germany, Merkel stands by stance

    President Trump took to Twitter early Tuesday morning to knock Germany for failing to meet its North Atlantic Treaty Organisation obligations and said the U.S.'s "massive" trade deficit with the country will change. While there, he criticized the German auto industry and told European Union leaders that "the Germans are bad , really bad ", according to reports in the German press.

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  • Pope: More Christian martyrs today than in ancient times

    Pope: More Christian martyrs today than in ancient times

    Presenting themselves as security personnel and dressed in army fatigues, the terrorists ordered the pilgrims off the buses and took their cell phones. After a visit to Egypt last month by Pope Francis , IS vowed to escalate attacks against Christians and urged Muslims to steer clear of Christian gatherings and Western embassies.

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  • British PM Urges Continued Vigilance As Terror Threat Level Reduced

    British PM Urges Continued Vigilance As Terror Threat Level Reduced

    The decision to lower the threat rating from its highest level was made by the country's Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre in light of the arrests made in the Manchester attack investigation, May said . The Times newspaper said on Saturday that intelligence officers had identified 23,000 jihahist extremists living in Britain. Despite the country being placed on critical alert, police have urged people to go out and enjoy themselves.

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  • Tamir Rice shooting probe: 1 officer fired, 1 suspended

    Tamir Rice shooting probe: 1 officer fired, 1 suspended

    On that fateful day in 2014, the officers responded to a call about Rice playing with a pellet gun near a recreation center . Loehmann's partner that day, Officer Frank Garmback , will be suspended for 10 days and required to undergo re-training on the department's tactical policies.

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  • Trump Says Has 'Total Confidence' in Son-in-law, Key Adviser Kushner

    Kushner has said he's willing to meet with congressional investigators and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to discuss the report. Thank you for signing up. McCain also responded to a report that James Comey chose to announce the outcome of the FBI's investigation into Hillary Clinton's email server, based on Russian misinformation he may have known to be false.

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