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The high on Monday is expected to be well above that at 90 coupled with sunny skies and 10 to 20 miles per hour winds in the late afternoon. After the cold front sweeps through it will knock temperatures down to the lower 50s by Friday with some scattered showers.
  • Trump video played at hurricane relief concert

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    Former President Barack Obama said he "could not be prouder" of the response he has seen by Americans in the aftermath of the natural disasters that have occurred over the past few months. "The heart of America, without regard to race or religion or political party, is greater than our problems", said Clinton. "There is still work to be done in Texas and in Florida, and our friends in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands have only begun to dig their way out of what could be still a calamitous ...
  • The speech from Mersal that has made the TN BJP mad

    The speech from Mersal that has made the TN BJP mad

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    The Tamil film " Mersal' is under the spotlight for criticising GST and demonetisation- decisions made by the Prime Minister and his colleagues". Mersal released on Wednesday to record earnings and has been running to packed theatres. "Counter criticism with logical response", Kamal Haasan tweeted, wading into the controversy that erupted after the movie. The production house also said that some of the dialogues which were opposed by the BJP were "just" from their perspective.
  • Texas City Demands That Hurricane Relief Victims Not Boycott Israel

    Texas City Demands That Hurricane Relief Victims Not Boycott Israel

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    The city of Dickinson, located southeast of Houston, recently posted to its website an application for hurricane fix grants from donations made toward rebuilding efforts. The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously supported the boycotters. The city attorney of Dickinson said they were just following the law, according to KTRK .
  • Egypt Police Killed in Militants' Desert Ambush

    Egypt Police Killed in Militants' Desert Ambush

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    At least 23 police officers were killed and the other victims were conscripts, the sources said. Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi on Sunday urged security bodies to exert utmost efforts to hunt for the perpetrators of the Friday terrorist attack that left 16 policemen dead in the desert of Giza province.
  • Trump Signals He will Allow Release of JFK Documents

    Trump Signals He will Allow Release of JFK Documents

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    However, the White House released a statement on Saturday saying the president believed the "documents should be made available in the interests of full transparency unless agencies provide a compelling and clear national security or law enforcement justification otherwise", reports The Washington Post .
  • Ardern to lead New Zealand liberal government

    Ardern to lead New Zealand liberal government

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    The First party's announcement gave Ardern's Labor Party enough numbers to form a coalition with the First party and with the Greens. They will need the support of the eight Green party MPs to overcome the 50% +1 threshold to pass legislation.
  • Britain prepares to face Storm Brian's 70mph winds

    Britain prepares to face Storm Brian's 70mph winds

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    Storm Brian is expected to affect much of southern and western England and south and west Wales from early on Saturday morning. The storm, which could bring gusts of wind of up to 70mph, is likely to hit parts of south-west Ireland in the early hours of Saturday morning.
  • Maine Unemployment Still Low, Down Slightly in September

    Maine Unemployment Still Low, Down Slightly in September

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    The agency says total private sector employment has grown by more than 24,900 over the year and stood at 2.69 million, or 16,800 above a November 2016 peak. Three industry sectors reported job declines month-to-month, down a total of 4,900 jobs. Annual gains since 2016 were up across the board, including 7,300 jobs added in trade, transportation and utilities.
  • Iran's Top General Threatens Israel in Syria

    Iran's Top General Threatens Israel in Syria

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    Ayoub accused the United States of trying to impede the progress of the army in its operations to combat terrorism through groups that have been forced to obey terrorist organizations such as ISIS and others to attack the Syrian regime army.
  • Tillerson Seeks Closer US-India Ties to Bolster Stability

    Tillerson Seeks Closer US-India Ties to Bolster Stability

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    The visit to Pakistan is part of Secretary Tillerson's first visit to Asia, which will also take him to India, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Geneva, Spokesman Heather Nauert told a briefing at the State Department. While Tillerson criticised Pakistan for not taking an action against the terrorist groups based in the country, he criticised China for violating worldwide law and norms in South China Sea.
  • #PullItDownNow! Black Twitter Blasts Nivea For Skin-Lightening Lotion Ad

    #PullItDownNow! Black Twitter Blasts Nivea For Skin-Lightening Lotion Ad

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    Nivea , a personal care brand known for its skin- and body-care products, is now facing an onslaught of criticism for a skin-lightening product it launched in Africa, which, allegedly, specifically targets black women. She can then be seen applying the lotion all over her body which literally changes her dark skin tone to a much lighter (and unnatural) complexion.
  • SC receives extension for REAL ID compliance

    SC receives extension for REAL ID compliance

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    Minnesota needs the extra time to implement stricter security standards for state-issued drivers' licenses and identification cards, which were authorized in legislation enacted earlier this year. You must show a complete name change history that links your birth certificate name to your present day name. However, it costs an additional $15 for the card holder and requires multiple documents to apply , such as a US passport, original birth certificate, original social security card, a ...
  • Trump falls in latest Forbes list of the richest Americans

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    The fortune of the nation's commander-in-chief shrank by $600 million, to $3.1 billion, dropping him from 156th place to 248th place in the 2017 Forbes 400 ranking, the magazine reported Tuesday. As a candidate, Trump claimed his net worth was almost $9 billion (£6.8 billion), but Forbes says the actual figure is closer to $4 billion (£3.3 billion).
  • North Korea threatens 'unimaginable strike' on United States ship

    North Korea threatens 'unimaginable strike' on United States ship

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    McMaster said Trump won't allow North Korean to have nuclear weapons and denuclearisation is the only acceptable objective. The US Navy's biggest warship in Asia, with a crew of 5,000 sailors, sailed around 100 miles, launching nearly 90 F-18 Super Hornets from its deck, in sight of South Korean islands.
  • Lego launches new range dedicated to Women of NASA

    Lego launches new range dedicated to Women of NASA

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    This week the folks at LEGO presented the final version of what'll be one of the most awesome Minifigure-centric sets in history. Equally pleased with the outcome was Lego designers Gemma Anderson and Marie Sertillanges who refined the models designed by Weinstock.
  • 'Horrific:' 2 children killed in stabbing, allegedly by brother

    'Horrific:' 2 children killed in stabbing, allegedly by brother

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    All three were rushed to the hospital but doctors couldn't save the children. Their father is being treated for non-life-threatening injuries and is expected to survive. Kibler did not return a call Tuesday seeking comment. A man was also stabbed, the Colorado Springs Police Department said in a statement. Two small children were found dead in what police are calling an "extremely gruesome" crime scene at a home in Colorado Springs, Colo.
  • Bodies Found In Joshua Tree May Belong To Missing OC Hikers

    Bodies Found In Joshua Tree May Belong To Missing OC Hikers

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    The National Park Service said bodies were discovered around 11:30 p.m. Sunday in a remote region. Gilbert Orbeso, who was with the search party when the discovery was made, told KESQ-TV that they are his 21-year-old son, Joseph Orbeso, and Joseph's 20-year-old girlfriend, Rachel Nguyen.
  • United States and Japanese Officials Arrive in Seoul for Talks on N.Korea

    United States and Japanese Officials Arrive in Seoul for Talks on N.Korea

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    South Korea says the top nuclear envoys from Washington, Seoul and Tokyo agreed that the allies must pursue every available avenue including dialogue and sanctions to peacefully achieve a "complete" denuclearization of North Korea. The Seoul meetings came as the USA and South Korea conduct joint naval drills involving fighter jets, submarines and other naval vessels, including the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan, to train for potential North Korean provocations.
  • Another Smart City Project, This Time It's Alphabet's Google in Toronto

    Another Smart City Project, This Time It's Alphabet's Google in Toronto

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    The next step for Alphabet's Sidewalk Labs is making a 2,000 acre smart neighborhood in Toronto. To jumpstart the development, Alphabet has already announced plans to bring Google's Canadian headquarters to the Eastern Waterfront. Features of the new community listed in the statement include housing and workplaces for tens of thousands, "climate-positive energy systems that can deliver a new standard in sustainability" and self-driving transit.
  • 7 policemen killed, several injured in bomb blast in Quetta

    7 policemen killed, several injured in bomb blast in Quetta

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    The minister, commenting on the investigation of the Quetta blast which killed seven policemen, said that the forensic team from Lahore will reach Quetta on Thursday. Terror attacks can not shake our unflinching national resolve against terrorism and extremism, reiterated the premier while paying rich tributes to the police officials who sacrificed their lives in the line of duty.
  • In Virginia governor's race, Northam leads Gillespie in cash

    In Virginia governor's race, Northam leads Gillespie in cash

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    This is the first public poll that shows Gillespie leading, but it is within the survey's margin of error of 4.9 percentage points. According to a Roanoke College poll , Northam has a six point lead. But so far, Trump has not been a big factor, Murray said. Former President Barack Obama will attend a rally with Northam on Thursday. The Northam campaign created a Fairfax-free flier for the Democrat-leaning Laborers' International Union of North America (LIUNA) that removes any ...
  • Last Sri Lanka T20I to be played in Lahore, reiterates Sethi

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    Meanwhile, Sri Lanka's limited-overs captain Upul Tharanga has reportedly pulled out of the Lahore T20I due to security concerns and it is likely that the board would not consider him for first two matches as well. According to a Cricbuzz report, Tharanga's withdrawal also makes him ineligible to play in the first two T20 global matches of the series in the UAE as selectors had earlier announced that they would pick one squad for all the T20 worldwide matches versus Pakistan .
  • North Korean Diplomat: Nuclear War May Break out at any Moment

    North Korean Diplomat: Nuclear War May Break out at any Moment

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    Leaflets apparently from North Korea calling Trump a "mad dog" and depicting gruesome images of him have turned up across central Seoul in recent days, adding an unusually personal element to North Korean propaganda. claim to be as an intercontinental. Kim issued a strong warning stating that the entire U.S. mainland is in their firing territory, and in case of any wrong deed by Trump, the United States will not be able to escape from severe punishment.