• Charges filed in Mueller investigation into Russian meddling

    Charges filed in Mueller investigation into Russian meddling

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    A federal grand jury approved the first charges filed by special counsel Robert Mueller , according to an exclusive CNN report. The timing of the CNN exclusive is curious, as it comes just hours after Fox News published a story entitled, "Mueller facing new Republican pressure to resign in Russian Federation probe", quoting Rep.
  • Iran says to continue developing ballistic missiles

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    Speaking at a meeting with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in Tehran on Sunday, the head of the United Nations nuclear watchdog described the JCPOA as a very good agreement. On Sunday, Salehi said that he has exchanged views with Amano about Section T of the JCPOA, which deals with the technology that could contribute to the development of a nuclear explosive device.
  • Double auto bombing strikes Mogadishu

    Double auto bombing strikes Mogadishu

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    Witnesses said gunmen stormed Nasa-Hablod hotel after detonating a vehicle filled with explosives at the entrance. According to an Al Jazeera tally, since the start of this year, more than 20 explosions have targeted Mogadishu, killing at least 500 people and injuring more than 630.
  • Afghan President Ghani lands in New Delhi; meets Indian foreign minister

    Afghan President Ghani lands in New Delhi; meets Indian foreign minister

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    ISLAMABAD-U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is in Pakistan to deliver a tough message on the importance of fighting extremists and driving them from hideouts on Pakistani territory. Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif also visited Washington, where he met Secretary Tillerson. India's External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj also called on the visiting dignitary.
  • NOAA Winter Outlook 2017

    NOAA Winter Outlook 2017

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    La Nina has a 55- to 65-percent chance of developing before winter sets in, NOAA forecasters indicate. Most of the northern US has at least about a 30% chance of a wetter than usual winter, while much of the southern USA has odds between about 30% and greater than 50% of a drier than usual winter.
  • Three Richard Spencer Fans Arrested For Trying To Kill Protesters

    Three Richard Spencer Fans Arrested For Trying To Kill Protesters

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    Police identified the suspects as three Texas men: Tyler Tenbrink , 28, of Richmond; and William Fears , 30, and Colton Fears , 28, of Pasadena. Tenbrink is a convicted felon, facing an additional charge of possession of a firearm. William Fears is an "active white supremacist" with ties to several white supremacist groups, including Vanguard America, Patriot Front and others, according to the Anti-Defamation League .
  • United States considers India more reliable; rebukes China and Pakistan

    United States considers India more reliable; rebukes China and Pakistan

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    The Secretary of State's remarks assume significance as they come ahead of the U.S. President Donald Trump's proposed Asia visit next month. Kugelman said US policy toward India has been consistent for the last 15 years, but he noted that what makes the policy outlined by Tillerson a bit different is its explicit focus on China.
  • Suspect in Maryland killings also linked to Wilmington, Delaware shooting

    Suspect in Maryland killings also linked to Wilmington, Delaware shooting

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    The two surviving victims are in critical condition at Baltimore's Shock Trauma Center, the hospital tweeted at noon Wednesday. Authorities say Prince shot five employees at Advanced Granite Solutions, where he also worked. At one point, Prince's former boss Philip Siason said: "He came to see me, cursed and yelled at me about unemployment benefits. I felt very threatened because he is a big guy and very aggressive on me", the employee wrote.
  • Lego Honors Sally Ride and Other 'Women of NASA'

    Lego Honors Sally Ride and Other 'Women of NASA'

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    According to a press release issued today on Space.com, Women of NASA will feature four predominant women in space exploration history, including astronauts Sally Ride and Mae Jemison , astronomer Nancy Grace Roman , and computer scientist Margaret Hamilton , and three LEGO builds which recreate the settings in which these women worked - and made their mark on space history.