• Wendy Williams Opens Up About Her Battle With Graves Disease
Wendy Williams Opens Up About Her Battle With Graves Disease

Williams said the experience taught her that she can no longer put herself last and she's encouraging other women to take better care of themselves as well. "That manicure and pedicure can wait", Williams advised her audience, before saying to Dr. Oz , "Thank you for helping save my life!" "It was just. just a mess going on inside my body".

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  • Nine Lincolnshire schools targeted by bomb threat hoax
Nine Lincolnshire schools targeted by bomb threat hoax

Pocono Mountain Regional Police said a bomb threat called in Saturday at the Walmart store in Mount Pocono was a hoax. It is not known whether any schools in Lancashire were evacuated. We have been working closely with schools this morning and have advised them to make contact with parents. VeltPVP is a player-verses-player server that sells ...

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  • Trump Issues Executive Order Banning Venezuela Petro Transactions
Trump Issues Executive Order Banning Venezuela Petro Transactions

The Secretary of the Treasury, in consultation with the Secretary of State, is hereby authorized to take such actions, including promulgating rules and regulations and to employ all powers granted to the President by IEEPA as may be necessary to implement this order .

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  • Criminal Gangs May 'Manipulate' Putin — Russian Exile
Criminal Gangs May 'Manipulate' Putin — Russian Exile

Putin extolled them for their support. His campaign team said it was an "incredible victory". Then he left the stage after speaking for less than two minutes. He said he briefly wondered whether it was worth voting at all. "China is willing to work with Russia to keep promoting China-Russia relations to a higher level, provide driving force ...

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  • John Oliver Writes Picture Book About Mike Pence's Gay Pet Rabbit
John Oliver Writes Picture Book About Mike Pence's Gay Pet Rabbit

A lot of what Mike Pence represents is hard to mock, but Oliver's ability to take the only redeemable quality of the Pence family and perfectly repurpose him creates the ideal troll of the most staunchly anti-LGBT member of the Trump administration.

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  • Telangana CM Chandrashekhar Rao meets Mamata Banerjee
Telangana CM Chandrashekhar Rao meets Mamata Banerjee

Addressing a press conference here on Monday, Mr Reddy said KCR has been chanting the "Third Front" mantra to divert people's attention from the failures of his government in Telangana State. "This was a good beginning". Chandrasekhar Rao went to Kolkata along with his daughter and Nizamabad MP, Kavitha Kalvakuntla, the TRS parliamentary pa...

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  • USA begins tariff exemption process for certain goods
USA begins tariff exemption process for certain goods

Trump raising their concerns regarding the detrimental effect that broadly applied tariffs could have on us families, in the form of higher prices on essential items. Rather, the USA "should work with like-minded partners to address common concerns with China's trade and investment policies". "We urge the administration to take measured, commerci...

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  • Turkey takes control of Afrin in Syria
Turkey takes control of Afrin in Syria

Meanwhile, Syrian forces have taken more than 80 percent of Eastern Ghouta, and a spokesperson from a main rebel faction told The Daily Star they were in "serious" negotiations with the United Nations about a cease-fire agreement. A WhatsApp group run by the Kurdish-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces called the act a "blatant violation of Kurdish...

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  • Syria: More than 10000 people flee eastern Ghouta as fighting intensifies
Syria: More than 10000 people flee eastern Ghouta as fighting intensifies

Men, women and children walked along a dirt road to army lines on the outskirts of Hammouriyeh town, footage on state TV showed. Many carried infants on their shoulders or pushed them in strollers. Meanwhile, violence has escalated across other parts of Syria, he said. French Foreign Ministry spokesperson Agnes Von der Muhll in an official letter...

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  • FGCU women beat Mizzou to advance in NCAA Tournament
FGCU women beat Mizzou to advance in NCAA Tournament

Wichita State (25-8) had 11 second-half turnovers as they had trouble keeping pace with the high-powered Marshall offense. Kassius Robertson scored a game-high 19 points for the eighth-seeded Tigers (20-13), while freshman Michael Porter Jr .

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  • Vehicle bomb kills three in Afghan capital
Vehicle bomb kills three in Afghan capital

At least three civilians killed in attack aimed at compound housing foreign security contractors, officials say . "Around 9:10am this morning a suicide auto bomb exploded in Police District Nine of Kabul ", interior ministry spokesman Najib Danish told AFP , adding the target of the attack was not clear.

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  • Trump slams Mueller, McCabe in Sunday tweets
Trump slams Mueller, McCabe in Sunday tweets

McCabe has alleged he was sacked because his memos corroborate Comey's accounts of Trump. McCabe was sacked less than two days before he could retire on Sunday. "I pray that Acting Attorney General Rosenstein will bring an end to alleged Russia Collusion investigation", Dowd said, calling the probe "manufactured".

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  • Wang Qishan elected Chinese vice president
Wang Qishan elected Chinese vice president

Moments before, the congress unanimously reappointed Mr. Xi to the state presidency, the least powerful of his several titles, and as chairman of a state military commission. Moments after the vote, the People's Daily newspaper proclaimed Xi as China's " great helmsman" in an alert sent to millions of mobile phones. Xi's new power might provid...

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  • Stocking Strangler says attorney has cancer and isn't qualified hours before execution
Stocking Strangler says attorney has cancer and isn't qualified hours before execution

Reports from previous executions show the lethal drug starts flowing a few minutes after the warden leaves the chamber. In the late 1970s, a serial killer stalked Columbus, Ga., raping and murdering elderly women. The victims were all older white women who lived alone and were sexually assaulted and choked, usually with stockings. The State Boa...

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  • Russian Federation readies to hand Putin a new term
Russian Federation readies to hand Putin a new term

Russian President Vladimir Putin's spokesman says a mushrooming diplomatic scandal over the poisoning of an ex-spy in Britain won't disrupt Russia's presidential election. In a demonstration of the West's unity, Mrs May and Mr Trump, along with Germany's Angela Merkel and France's Emmanuel Macron, issued a joint statement endorsing the prime mi...

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  • Two naval aviators die during Super Hornet training flight
Two naval aviators die during Super Hornet training flight

The crew members, from Strike Fighter Squadron 211 at Oceana Naval Air Station of Virginia Beach, Virginia, survived after being rescued. Images of the F/A-18F after the crash clearly show the landing gear and hook extended, only about a mile from the runway that could have saved the men's lives.

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  • AGENT ATTACK: Russia poised to strike back at Britain
AGENT ATTACK: Russia poised to strike back at Britain

When asked by a Reuters reporter in the Kazakh capital Astana if Moscow would expel British diplomats, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov smiled and said: "We will, of course". "It is an assault on United Kingdom sovereignty and any such use by a State party is a clear violation of the Chemical Weapons Convention and a breach of global law"...

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  • Trump ready to oust McMaster as national security adviser
Trump ready to oust McMaster as national security adviser

Kelly himself fanned the flames of the rumor mill with comments that suggested he was next. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told the Journal in a statement that "Kelly is not going anywhere". If confirmed, the change of personnel will mark yet another shakeup in the senior ranks of the Trump administration. CIA Director M...

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  • Buckeyes survive and advance, will face Gonzaga
Buckeyes survive and advance, will face Gonzaga

Kam Williams converted a four-point play on the possession immediately after SDSU tied the score. The free throw made it 74-70. Check out OddsShark on Twitter and Instagram or head to YouTube for more betting picks and analysis on this week's top games.

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  • Mnangagwa presidency is illegal, says Mugabe
Mnangagwa presidency is illegal, says Mugabe

Speaking to South Africa's SABC broadcaster, 94-year-old Mugabe described his ousting as a " coup d'état", AFP reported. "(...) We must undo this disgrace we have imposed on ourselves", he said. Mr Mugabe's recent utterances have ignited a lot of debate on social media with the general sentiment being he is acting like a spurned woman and he...

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  • Teen went to Mexico with 45-year-old man
Teen went to Mexico with 45-year-old man

Bill Lake of the Allentown Police Department's Criminal Investigation division told reporters the authorities suspect that 16-year-old Amy Yu "willingly" flew, with one way tickets, from Philadelphia International Airport to Dallas, and then to Cancun, Mexico, with Kevin Esterly.

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  • Hillary Clinton Receives Minor Treatment at Indian Hospital
Hillary Clinton Receives Minor Treatment at Indian Hospital

It is not yet clear if the hand injury was a direct result of Monday's incident in which she fell not once but twice on the stairs and was pictured using her hand to brace her fall. Democrats also experienced a big post-Clinton win in December with the election of Alabama Sen. It also reminds us of the importance of a genuine advocacy for women i...

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  • Slain Rio councilwoman was voice of favelas' voiceless
Slain Rio councilwoman was voice of favelas' voiceless

A crowd of several thousand gathered there Thursday, brandishing slogans alleging that Franco was executed, and demanding that Rio's military police be disbanded. And she vowed to fight for them. Three days of mourning have begun in Rio de Janeiro , Brazil, after the murder of a black human rights campaigner who spoke out against the lethal me...

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  • US crude falls 1 percent on concerns over rising output
US crude falls 1 percent on concerns over rising output

And the United States shale oil industry is largely to blame with the group estimating that USA oil supply will lift 10.2% this year, accounting for almost 90% of total non-OPEC supply growth. This is 3.77 million barrels per day according to the data came from China. It's not clear how this will inform OPEC's decision-making; USA shale is st...

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  • YouTube prankster jailed for shooting boyfriend dead
YouTube prankster jailed for shooting boyfriend dead

During a court hearing in Minnesota on Wednesday, judge Jeffrey Remick said Perez would serve her time in 10-day increments over three years in accordance with the plea agreement recommendations. The book did not stop the bullet and he died from a shot to the chest. The incident was captured on two cameras. Perez has a YouTube channel with ...

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  • Six including Ravi Shankar Prasad elected to Rajya Sabha unopposed
Six including Ravi Shankar Prasad elected to Rajya Sabha unopposed

This will be his second term as a Member of the Parliament. The candidates who have now made it to Rajya Sabha from Gujarat include Union ministers Purushottam Rupala and Mansukh Mandavia from BJP and former Union minister of state for railways Naran Rathwa and Ami Yagnik from Congress.

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  • Nate Solder leaves Patriots to join Giants on 4-year deal
Nate Solder leaves Patriots to join Giants on 4-year deal

But, a four-year, $62 million contract with $35 million guaranteed (will believe that when I see it)? Another person who is thoroughly impressed with the signing of Solder is former general manager and current NFL Network analyst Charley Casserly, who said that it was the best signing in free agency.

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  • Agrawal regrets 'film dancer' comment on Jaya Bachchan
Agrawal regrets 'film dancer' comment on Jaya Bachchan

Agrawal had lost out to Bachchan in the race for re-nomination to the upper House. Pandit Sukhram Sharma, Narayan Rane, Mukul Rai, BS Yeddyurappa and Naresh Agrawal, all great leaders. Though the Nishad Party was an alliance partner of the SP in Gorakhpur Lok Sabha bypoll, it has no control over Mishra, which could work in favour of the BJP.

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  • Japan's Taro Daniel eliminates Djokovic at Indian Wells
Japan's Taro Daniel eliminates Djokovic at Indian Wells

But it was only a brief reprieve for Krajinovic, as the world number one romped into the next round in emphatic fashion. Federer and Djokovic both came into the tournament seeking to become the first six-time victor of the event. Yuki Bhambri of India pulled off a surprise when he toppled ninth-seeded French ninth seed Lucas Pouille 6-4 6-4. ...

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  • Bihar bypolls: BJP leading in two seats, RJD in one
Bihar bypolls: BJP leading in two seats, RJD in one

Let us tell you that in this tired of the Arriya Lok Sabha by-election, there is a direct fight between BJP Pradip Singh and RJD's Sarfaraz Alam . The Rashtriya Janata Dal on Wednesday won the Araria Lok Sabha seat in Bihar as well the Jehanabad assembly constituency while the BJP bagged the Bhabhua assembly seat in bypolls that were c...

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  • Sensex Ends Down 21 Points; Nifty Stays Above 10400
Sensex Ends Down 21 Points; Nifty Stays Above 10400

It was followed by Tata Steel (Rs. 514.73 million), Tata Consultancy Services (Rs. 389.80 million) and Bank Of India (Rs. 384.53 million). Shares of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) cracked almost 5 per cent after Tata Sons on Monday sold a 1.48 per cent stake in its flagship IT services firm to raise Rs 8,127 crore (USD 1.25 billion).

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  • Kurangani forest fire leaves 10 dead; 8 are seriously injured
Kurangani forest fire leaves 10 dead; 8 are seriously injured

Two people succumbed to injuries at the Government Rajaji Government Hospital in Madurai . Many of those injured sustained 70 per cent and above burn injuries. She said 24 trekkers from Chennai Trekking Club and 12 from Erode and Tiruppur had gone to the Kurangani Hills. Had she not acted swiftly and informed the people about the fire incident, ...

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The "Passive-Aggressive" Firing of Rex Tillerson

Steve Goldstein , the department's under secretary for public diplomacy and public affairs, confirmed on Tuesday that Tillerson found out about his own firing from Trump's tweet announcing it , and that Tillerson was " unaware of the reason " for his dismissal, which he had not discussed with Trump .

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  • US did not 'deserve' Trump presidency, says Hillary Clinton during India visit
US did not 'deserve' Trump presidency, says Hillary Clinton during India visit

She won places that are diverse, which is, you know, better than all those places that aren't. Already since her 2016 defeat, she has written another lengthy memoir and given innumerable talks and speeches about the reasons for her defeat; and the reasons always seem to involve the stupidity and backwardness of the people who couldn't be persuaded ...

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  • Joy Behar of 'The View' apologizes for Christianity comment
Joy Behar of 'The View' apologizes for Christianity comment

In a quip that reportedly drew thousands of angry phone calls, Behar said, "It's one thing to talk to Jesus". "It's one thing to talk to Jesus", Behar said. "One wishes she never said it, and one wishes she had apologized the moment she realized how many people she offended". MRC President Brent Bozell issued a statement declaring that Behar's ...

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  • Trump wants a 'see-through' border wall
Trump wants a 'see-through' border wall

During his visit , the president reiterated the importance he granted to that work, one of his main promises during his campaign, because if the wall is not built, 'we will not have a country, ' he said. " Sanctuary cities are protecting a terrible group of people", he said, renewing his complaints Los Angeles, San Francisco and other major cit...

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  • Violence and torture continues on Rohingya
Violence and torture continues on Rohingya

More than 650,000 Rohingya have fled Myanmar's Rakhine State into Bangladesh since a military crackdown last August. Hate speech is certainly of course a part of that. Myanmar has not allowed United Nations investigators into the country to investigate. Yeehang Lee's comments follow the release of images by the human rights group Amnesty Internat...

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  • Turkish Armed Forces Now Less Than Mile Away From Syria's Afrin
Turkish Armed Forces Now Less Than Mile Away From Syria's Afrin

Picture: Syrian civilians flee Afrin city. The PKK's youth organization threatened to carry out more violent attacks against Turkish targets in Germany, to protest Turkey's ongoing military operation in northwestern Syria. When attempting to justify their offensive, authorities of Turkey sustain they combat the Units of Popular Protection i...

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  • Set clocks ahead for Daylight Savings Time
Set clocks ahead for Daylight Savings Time

It's a good time now to consider installing fresh batteries in smoke detectors. The clocks always go forward an hour in the last weekend in March, and go back an hour on during the final October weekend. No time change is observed in Hawaii, most of Arizona, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam and the Northern Marianas. The reas...

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  • Dubai: 7 friends killed in plane crash after party
Dubai: 7 friends killed in plane crash after party

In the past, she had graced the pages of magazines such as Vogue Turkey . BBC reported that Mina Basaran had become a board member of her father's company in 2013, quoting Turkish reports. Melike Kuvvet, the captain of the jet, was one of the first female pilots in the Turkish military, before she resigned and started to work in the private se...

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  • Chicago area students prepare for Wednesday walkouts
Chicago area students prepare for Wednesday walkouts

Long Beach Unified School District spokesman Chris Eftychiou said administrators expect students at each of the district's high schools, as well as some middle schools to participate in the walkout, although district leaders are trying to persuade students to remain on school grounds.

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  • Trump discussed steel, aluminum tariffs with Argentina's Macri-White House
Trump discussed steel, aluminum tariffs with Argentina's Macri-White House

Brent Bozell, president of the Media Research Council, suggested new regulations to make it more hard for young people to access some video games with violent content. "The tone of the meeting was information gathering", she said. "It was a fact-finding meeting". "Those from the video game industry were quick to defend [the video games] saying ...

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  • March Madness 2018 printable bracket for NCAA basketball tournament
March Madness 2018 printable bracket for NCAA basketball tournament

Quadrant 1 wins are defined as victories in home games against teams with RPIs in the top 30, neutral-court wins against teams in the top 50 or road wins against teams in the top 75. For the first time , the basketball committee released preliminary rankings in February. Understanding the format and the delivery have to be intact.

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  • US' Rex Tillerson 'not feeling well', cancels activities in Kenya
US' Rex Tillerson 'not feeling well', cancels activities in Kenya

Even though the secretary's illness was not clarified by officials alongside him, it is believed that his condition is not critical. While Tillerson was in Ethiopia, President TrumpDonald John TrumpAccuser says Trump should be afraid of the truth Woman behind pro-Trump Facebook page denies being influenced by Russians Shulkin says he has White...

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  • European Union says no 'immediate' clarity from U.S. on trade tariffs
European Union says no 'immediate' clarity from U.S. on trade tariffs

Announcing the tariffs, Trump said Canada and Mexico would be excluded and other countries could negotiate exemptions, but he singled out Germany for particular criticism. Similarly, the China Iron and Steel Association said that it "strongly opposed" the new levies and asked the Xi Jinping government to take measures in response.

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  • Jeff Flake threatens bill to nullify Trump's tariffs
Jeff Flake threatens bill to nullify Trump's tariffs

Historically proponents of free trade, several Republicans dubbed the measures "stupid" and "misguided" - if the United States increases the cost of both materials, they hold, American producers of vehicles and other products will suffer setbacks on the worldwide playing field, and consumers will pay more.

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  • Steve Bannon: Wear label of 'racist' as a 'badge of honor'
Steve Bannon: Wear label of 'racist' as a 'badge of honor'

Steve Bannon , former Donald Trump strategist and architect of the U.S. president's nationalist, anti-immigrant campaign platform, will attend a Sunday congress of France's far-right National Front party. Watch a clip of Bannon's speech in Lille above, via ABC News. Le Pen's young and ambitious niece Marion Maréchal-Le Pen, who claims to have w...

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  • Syrian Arab Army liberates largest town in Ghouta
Syrian Arab Army liberates largest town in Ghouta

While ICRC officials expect this latest convoy to successfully deliver its cargo, humanitarian organisations say it is not almost enough aid for the estimated 400,000 people trapped in the area. "If I thought about leaving Ghouta I would worry about the regime because there are no guarantees: and, second, I would worry about Jaish al-Islam, becau...

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  • Former Asheville Police Officer Charged For August Beating
Former Asheville Police Officer Charged For August Beating

On Thursday, the officer, Hickman, was arrested and charged with felony assault by strangulation, as well as misdemeanor assault inflicting serious injury and communicating threats, the newspaper's Joel Burgess reported . Asheville Police Chief Tammy Hooper ultimately placed Hickman on desk duty before he opted to resign from the force in Januar...

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  • International Women's Day: Highest-paid actresses revealed
International Women's Day: Highest-paid actresses revealed

Last year Iceland, which consistently ranks as the number one country for gender equality , became the first country in the world to require firms to prove what action is being taken to achieve equal pay. "As people in public positions, we have the duty to mobilise on behalf of those who can't go on strike ", she said. In these societies, men giv...

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