Convicted Murderer Charles Manson In Hospital

Convicted Murderer Charles Manson In Hospital

Convicted murderer Charles Manson has been taken from a California prison to hospital. He is said to be seriously ill but no further details have been released. 00

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7.2 Quake Hits Near Fiji; Tsunami Alert Cancelled

7.2 Quake Hits Near Fiji; Tsunami Alert Cancelled

A 7.2 earthquake has been recorded 274km southwest of Fiji, the US Geological Survey says. The quake, which struck at 10.53am NZT, was at a depth of 10km. 00

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Putin Euphoric Over Trump Win

Putin Euphoric Over Trump Win

A former aide to Vladimir Putin says the Russian president was pleased with Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 election and that he expects the United States to have a more favorable view of Russia going forward. 00

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Janet Jackson Welcomes First Child At 50

Janet Jackson Welcomes First Child At 50

Pop star Janet Jackson gave birth on Tuesday to her first child, a boy, at the age of 50, her management said. 00

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56 Killed, Many Beheaded, In Grisly Brazil Prison Riot

56 Killed, Many Beheaded, In Grisly Brazil Prison Riot

On Jan. 1 a fight between rival gangs broke out in a Brazil prison and escalated to a full massacre in which at least 60 inmates were killed and several may have escaped. 00

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ISIS Claims Nightclub Shooting: Istanbul

ISIS Claims Nightclub Shooting: Istanbul

In Turkey, a nationwide manhunt is underway for the attacker who opened fire in an Istanbul nightclub in the early hours of New Year’s Day, killing 39. Turkey has been a key player in the fight against the Islamic State group in Syria, and the attack comes two weeks after...

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Computer Outage Disrupts Customs At US Airports

Computer Outage Disrupts Customs At US Airports

A US Customs computer outage was affecting operations at airports nationwide. Airport officials and travelers across the country reported delays ranging from 30 minutes to two hours. 00

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Vandalized Hollywood Sign Now Reads ‘Hollyweed’

Vandalized Hollywood Sign Now Reads ‘Hollyweed’

Security Services Sgt. Trudeau told CBS Los Angeles that the prankster climbed the mountain around midnight Sunday, throwing two tarps over the “O’s” to make them appear like “E’s.” Per the news website, the incident is being investigated as misdemeanor trespassing, and police plan to review the video security footage....

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Manhunt Launched For Shooter: Istanbul Nightclub Massacre

Manhunt Launched For Shooter: Istanbul Nightclub Massacre

At least 39 people were killed in the attack on revelers ringing in the new year at Reina nightclub. 00

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Will 2017 Be The End For Obamacare?

Will 2017 Be The End For Obamacare?

Dismantling Obamacare is expected to be among the first tasks Congress takes up this month as Republicans take control of the White House, Senate and House of Representatives. 00

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Panel Delays Decision On Whether To Release Manson Follower

Panel Delays Decision On Whether To Release Manson Follower

The hearing will be continued once the investigation is concluded. 00

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Will Obama’s Sanctions Hurt Russia?

Will Obama’s Sanctions Hurt Russia?

 Strategic Analyst Ralph Peters on the ceasefire in Syria and President Obama’s sanctions against Russia. 00

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2017: Russia Could Run Out Of Money

2017: Russia Could Run Out Of Money

Is Putin leading Russia into a great depression? 00

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How Corrupt Is Malaysia’s Prime Minister?

How Corrupt Is Malaysia’s Prime Minister?

Malaysia Prime Minister Najib Razak Says He Isn’t a ‘Crook’ Prime Minister Najib Razak has told supporters that he isn’t a “crook,” amid continuing fallout from investigations into state investment fund 1MDB. 00

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Search Underway For Missing Plane In Ohio

Search Underway For Missing Plane In Ohio

The Coast Guard is searching Lake Erie just 2 miles north of Downtown Cleveland for a plane that took off from Burke Lakefront Airport and disappeared from radar. According to the Coast Guard the plane is a Cessna 525. Six people are believed to have been on board according to...

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Carrie Fisher ‘Mesmerized’ By Her Mother

Carrie Fisher ‘Mesmerized’ By Her Mother

Photographer said little Carrie was 6 and sat to watch mom Debbie Reynolds onstage in Las Vegas. 00

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Syrian Ceasefire Gets Underway

Syrian Ceasefire Gets Underway

Parts of Aleppo can be seen after a nationwide ceasefire between the Syrian government and opposition groups came into effect on December 30 at 12:00am local time. 00

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Is The Media Overblowing Trump’s Business Ties?

Is The Media Overblowing Trump’s Business Ties?

The Weekly Standard, Executive Editor Fred Barnes on Donald Trump’s business and President Obama’s sanctions against Russia. 00

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On Russian Hacking, ‘There’s No Reason for Trump to Downplay It’

On Russian Hacking, ‘There’s No Reason for Trump to Downplay It’

Charles Krauthammer said that punishing Russia is important to maintain U.S. credibility, but he does not think Trump has gained anything by defensively downplaying it. 00

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The Resolution Passes Calling For Paladino To Resign

The Resolution Passes Calling For Paladino To Resign

The Buffalo School Board voted 6-2 in favor of a resolution calling for Board member Carl Paladino to resign his seat. 00

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Russia And Turkey Agree To Syria Ceasefire Deal

Russia And Turkey Agree To Syria Ceasefire Deal

A cease fire announced by the Syrian government went into effect across the country about three hours ago. A move that could put Syria on the road to peace after nearly six years of war. 00

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Uber Driver Saves 16-Year-Old Girl From Sex Trafficking

Uber Driver Saves 16-Year-Old Girl From Sex Trafficking

California authorities are crediting an Uber driver for helping rescue a girl out of sex trafficking. 00

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Russia To Boost Cooperation With Iran

Russia To Boost Cooperation With Iran

The Russian foreign minister says Moscow will boost its cooperation with Turkey and Iran on the situation in Syria. 00

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Russia Accepts ‘Institutional Doping’ Of Its Olympic Athletes

Russia Accepts ‘Institutional Doping’ Of Its Olympic Athletes

The Russians have accepted the verdict of the international sporting community that its athletes have been provided with performance enhancing substances. The acting director of Russia’s anti-doping agency Rusada says there is evidence of “institutional conspiracy”. 00

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Fights & Disturbances Broke Out At A Number Of US Shopping Malls

Fights & Disturbances Broke Out At A Number Of US Shopping Malls

one of the biggest brawls across the country happened in a suburb of Chicago at the Fox Valley Mall in Aurora, Illinois. Eight juveniles have been arrested and charged. Police are looking into whether social media played a role in organizing the fight and if it was connected to other...

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Four Arrested In The Disturbance At Philadelphia Mall

Four Arrested In The Disturbance At Philadelphia Mall

Philadelphia police say four people were arrested during a disturbance at a mall in the northeast part of the city. Officers reported to the mall quickly, when they heard that a large group of youths had gathered there. 00

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Japanese PM Shinzo Abe Makes Landmark Visit To Pearl Harbor

Japanese PM Shinzo Abe Makes Landmark Visit To Pearl Harbor

U.S.President Barack Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe affirm their nations’ alliance at historic pilgrimage to Pearl Harbor. 00

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Carrie Fisher, ‘Star Wars” Princess Leia, Dies At 60

Carrie Fisher, ‘Star Wars” Princess Leia, Dies At 60

Actress Carrie Fisher has passed away at the age of 60. The news came four days after the Star Wars star had a heart attack on a flight to Los Angeles. Paramedics removed her from the flight and rushed her to a nearby hospital. She later died. Fisher played Princess...

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Bag Of Toys Prompts Evacuation Of Trump Tower Lobby

Bag Of Toys Prompts Evacuation Of Trump Tower Lobby

Officials investigate the cause of tonight’s evacuation, while earlier today, Trump tweeted since he won the election, the stock market is up 10 percent and Christmas spending is over a trillion dollars. 00

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U.S. Accuses Chinese Citizens Of Hacking Law Firms

U.S. Accuses Chinese Citizens Of Hacking Law Firms

U.S. Prosecutors announced charges against three Chinese citizens who said they participated in a plot to trade on confidential corporate information obtained through a hack of several law firms networks and servers. The three were charged in an indictment filed in Manhattan federal court with engaging in conspiracies to commit...

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Donald Trump Announces Intent To Dissolve Trump Foundation

Donald Trump Announces Intent To Dissolve Trump Foundation

The charitable foundation remains under investigation by the NY attorney general’s office. 00

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‘Human Error’ Led To Colombian Plane Crash That Killed 71

‘Human Error’ Led To Colombian Plane Crash That Killed 71

Colombia aviation authorities said on Monday, errors by the pilot, airline and Bolivian regulators are to blame for a plane crash in Colombia that killed 71 people last month,. Among the casualties were most of Brazil’s Chapecoense soccer team. 00

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We have ‘Ironclad’ Proof Obama Pushed UN Vote: Israel

We have ‘Ironclad’ Proof Obama Pushed UN Vote: Israel

The spokesman for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu insisted that Israel has “ironclad” proof that the Obama administration was behind a U.N. vote. 00

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China’s 1st Aircraft Carrier Sails Into South China Sea

China’s 1st Aircraft Carrier Sails Into South China Sea

A fleet of Chinese battleships,  including the country’s one and only aircraft carrier Liaoning has entered the South China Sea after passing Taiwan. 00

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George Michael: Pop Superstar Dies At 53

George Michael: Pop Superstar Dies At 53

Legendary singer George Michael, a former member of the British musical duo Wham!, died on Christmas Day at the age of 53. 00

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Russian Military Plane With 92 On Board Crashes En Route To Syria

Russian Military Plane With 92 On Board Crashes En Route To Syria

All 92 people onboard a Russian military plane that crashed into the Black Sea on Sunday are believed to have died. 00

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1 Dead, 5 Wounded In Shooting At Night Club In Mount Vernon

1 Dead, 5 Wounded In Shooting At Night Club In Mount Vernon

A suspect is in custody after a nightclub shooting in Mount Vernon early Christmas Day that left the club’s owner dead and five other people injured. 00

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Obamas Deliver Their Final Christmas Message From The White House

Obamas Deliver Their Final Christmas Message From The White House

US President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama used the White House weekly address to reflect on the president’s eight years in office, recognize US troops serving around the world, and honor the values of “boundless love, compassion and hope” over the Christmas holiday. 00

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FBI: US Churches Targets In New ISIS Threat

FBI: US Churches Targets In New ISIS Threat

The FBI and Office of homeland security have issued a warning for possible terrorist activity on US soil as the holiday weekend approaches. 00

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Trump Contradicts Obama Throughout Transition

Trump Contradicts Obama Throughout Transition

President elect Donald Trump isn’t waiting until he’s officially in the white house to weigh in on the issues currently on president Obama’s agenda. 00

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Russian President Vladimir Putin Wants To Visit US

Russian President Vladimir Putin Wants To Visit US

Russian President Vladimir Putin says he would be willing to visit the United States if President-elect Donald Trump sent him an invitation. 00

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US Refuses To Veto Resolution On Israel

US Refuses To Veto Resolution On Israel

The Obama administration refused to veto a UN resolution condemning Israeli settlements, drawing swift reaction from Israeli officials and President elect Donald Trump. 00

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Berlin Market Attack Suspect Killed In Shootout In Italy

Berlin Market Attack Suspect Killed In Shootout In Italy

Italy’s interior minister says a man killed in an early-hour shootout is “without a shadow of doubt” Anis Amri. 00

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Malta Dealing With ‘Potential Hijack’ Of Libyan Plane

Malta Dealing With ‘Potential Hijack’ Of Libyan Plane

Authorities in Malta are dealing with a “potential hijack” of a Libyan airliner said to be heading to the country. 00

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Trump, Putin Both Seek To Boost Their Nuclear Capability

Trump, Putin Both Seek To Boost Their Nuclear Capability

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has called for strengthening and expanding America’s nuclear capability. 00

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Police Arrest Suspects Allegedly Planning Christmas Bombings In Australia

Police Arrest Suspects Allegedly Planning Christmas Bombings In Australia

Foreign affairs committee, Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) discusses an alleged Christmas bomb plot that has been thwarted in Australia. 00

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Obama Dismantles Post-9/11 Muslim Surveillance Program

Obama Dismantles Post-9/11 Muslim Surveillance Program

TRNN speaks to the ACLU and grassroots advocates who hailed President Obama’s move against the NSEERS program, which they long criticized as ineffective and discriminatory. 00

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Mistrial Declared In Corruption Case Against Former LA Sheriff Lee Baca

Mistrial Declared In Corruption Case Against Former LA Sheriff Lee Baca

The corruption case against former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca ended in a mistrial Thursday after jurors deadlocked 11-1 to acquit him on charges of trying to derail a federal investigation into inmate beatings by deputies. 00

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Romania Set For First Female, And First Muslim, Prime Minister

Romania Set For First Female, And First Muslim, Prime Minister

Romania’s  social democratic party has nominated a woman from the country’s tiny Muslim minority for prime minister. If Sevil Shhaideh wins approval from the president and Parliament, she will be both the first Muslim and the first woman to hold the post. 00

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