German ‘Mole’ Is Arrested Over Islamist Plot

German ‘Mole’ Is Arrested Over Islamist Plot

An employee of Germany’s domestic intelligence service (BfV) has been arrested over a suspected Islamist plot to bomb the agency’s Cologne Headquarters.

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ISIS Attempts To Claim OSU Attacker As Its ‘Soldier’

ISIS Attempts To Claim OSU Attacker As Its ‘Soldier’

In a message circulated online from one of its media outlets, ISIS said an “insider source” reported that the OSU attacker Abdul Razak Ali Artan “is a soldier” of ISIS and “carried out the operation in response to calls to target citizens of international coalition countries,” according to a translation...

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Burn The Flag, Go To Jail: Donald Trump

Burn The Flag, Go To Jail: Donald Trump

President-elect Donald Trump, in a tweet on Tuesday morning, suggested that burning an American flag should be a crime punishable by a forfeiture of U.S. citizenship or a year in jail.

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Trump To Save US Jobs

Trump To Save US Jobs

Donald Trump’s transition team is in talks with the US firm Carrier to stop them from moving jobs from Indiana to Mexico.

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Haiti Elects New President

Haiti Elects New President

The political novice has won a majority in the first round, avoiding a second round runoff, according to the country’s election council.

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5 Survive The Brazilian Plane Crash

5 Survive The Brazilian Plane Crash

At least five people have survived a plane crash over a mountainous area of Colombia, officials say. 81 passengers and crew were on board the aircraft when it came down at around 10pm local time.

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Thailand Begins Process To Appoint Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn As New King

Thailand Begins Process To Appoint Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn As New King

Thailand has begun the process of naming Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn as the country’s new king. Its parliament approved the sending of a formal invitation, which he has to accept before ascending to the throne.

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Plane Carrying Brazilian Football Team Crashes In Colombia

Plane Carrying Brazilian Football Team Crashes In Colombia

Columbia Plan Crash Carrying 72 Passengers, 9 Crew, Brazilian Football Players on Board. The flight is believed to have been carrying the Chapecoense side to the final of the South American football championship.

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San Francisco: Cyber Attackers Hack Muni’s Fare System

San Francisco: Cyber Attackers Hack Muni’s Fare System

‘You Hacked, ALL Data Encrypted,’ was the message at SF Muni stations across the city. Cate Cauguiran reports passengers were getting free rides all day on Saturday.

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Knife-Wielding Ohio State University Student Shot Down

Knife-Wielding Ohio State University Student Shot Down

Abdul Razak Ali Artan plowed into pedestrians before exiting his car, slashing a few people with a butcher knife.

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Evan Rachel Wood Was Sexually Assaulted Twice

Evan Rachel Wood Was Sexually Assaulted Twice

The “Westworld” star reveals she was raped by a significant other and by the owner of a bar.

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Syrian Forces Liberate About 40% Of East Aleppo

Syrian Forces Liberate About 40% Of East Aleppo

More than 3,000 civilians have left the eastern part of the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo in the last 24 hours, the Russian Center for Reconciliation said. It later reported that about 40 percent of the militant-held part of the city has been liberated.

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Syrian Army Advances Into Rebel Aleppo

Syrian Army Advances Into Rebel Aleppo

As the rebel frontline begins to crumble, and former strongholds fall to government forces, thousands of civilians are seizing the opportunity to escape after weeks of intense airstrikes.

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Donald Trump Slams Clinton

Donald Trump Slams Clinton

President-elect Donald Trump tweeted that the recount will not change the election result.

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Trump Lashes Out At Election Recount

Trump Lashes Out At Election Recount

The president-elect tweeted that he would have won the popular vote “if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally.”

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Francois Fillon Wins French Presidential Primary

Francois Fillon Wins French Presidential Primary

In France, former Prime Minister Francois Fillon has declared victory in the country’s first-ever conservative presidential primary. Fillon called for unity to defeat the far right and the leftists in the victory speech. His moderate rival Alain Juppe conceded defeat after early results showed Fillon with a comfortable lead.

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Bourbon Street Shooting Leaves 1 Dead & 9 Injured

Bourbon Street Shooting Leaves 1 Dead & 9 Injured

Following the Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016, shooting on Bourbon Street, NOPD Superintendent Michael Harrison and New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu talk about needing the public’s help in finding the Bourbon Street shooters. Mayor Landrieu also discusses the chronic problem with gun deaths in the U.S.

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Medics Struggle with Flow of Injured Iraqis

Medics Struggle with Flow of Injured Iraqis

As the Iraqi army advances to retake Mosul from Islamic State militants, medics in an Irbil hospital were struggling to cope with the flow of injured civilians and soldiers on Sunday.

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Trump: US Recount Row Ridiculous

Trump: US Recount Row Ridiculous

US president-elect Donald Trump was quick to denounce Hillary Clinton’s decision to help with efforts to secure vote recounts in several states, dismissing the notion as “ridiculous”.

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‘Barney Miller’ Star Ron Glass Dies At 71

‘Barney Miller’ Star Ron Glass Dies At 71

Glass was nominated for an Emmy for playing the well-dressed and slick detective.

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Charter Boat Capsizes In Kaipara Harbour

Charter Boat Capsizes In Kaipara Harbour

Five people are believed to be dead or missing after a boat capsized in the Kaipara Harbour northwest of Auckland on Saturday afternoon. Police say 11 people were on board the charter fishing boat The Francie that overturned near the harbor’s North Head at around 3.30pm.

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France To Choose Centre-Right’s Presidential Candidate

France To Choose Centre-Right’s Presidential Candidate

The polls are open in France to decide the centre-right’s candidate for the presidency, with the winner likely to oppose the far-right candidate Marine Le Pen in May.

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Experts Says: Russia Is Increasing Cyber Mischief

Experts Says: Russia Is Increasing Cyber Mischief

Chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge reports from Washington. Russia is playing vital role in increasing cyber mischief.

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Trudeau Defends Donations By Chinese Billionaires

Trudeau Defends Donations By Chinese Billionaires

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday he has no ties to a foundation set up in his father’s name an organization that received some $200,000 in donations from a wealthy Chinese businessman shortly after he attended a fundraising dinner with the prime minister.

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Brady Bunch Matriarch Dies At 82

Brady Bunch Matriarch Dies At 82

Florence Henderson, who began her career as an ingenue soprano in stage musicals in the 1950s but made a more lasting impression on television as the perky 1970s sitcom mom on “The Brady Bunch,” died on Thursday in Los Angeles. She was 82. Her death was confirmed by David Brokaw,...

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Cuban Icon Fidel Castro Dies At 90

Cuban Icon Fidel Castro Dies At 90

Fidel Castro, Cuba’s former president and leader of the communist revolution, has died aged 90, his brother Raul has announced.

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‘Brady Bunch’ Star Florence Henderson Dies at 82

‘Brady Bunch’ Star Florence Henderson Dies at 82

Actress Florence Henderson died on Thursday at the age of 82. Henderson played many roles in her decades-long career but is best known as Carol Brady, the mom from The Brady Bunch.

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Israel: Tens Of Thousands Flee As Wild Fires Hit Haifa

Israel: Tens Of Thousands Flee As Wild Fires Hit Haifa

Tens of thousands of Israelis have been fleeing wildfires in the northern city of Haifa, with the PM Benjamin Netanyahu warning that any proof of arson would be treated as terrorism.

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Kanye West’s Health Update

Kanye West’s Health Update

While most of the Kardashian family is getting ready to celebrate American Thanksgiving, sources say Kanye West will remain at the UCLA Media Center as he continues to undergo psychiatric treatment.

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Iraq: Car Bomb Kills Dozens

Iraq: Car Bomb Kills Dozens

A car bomb tore through a gas station south of Baghdad on Thursday, killing at least 56 people, including 20 Iranians, in an attack claimed by the Islamic State group.

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Retailers Push Early Start To Black Friday Sales

Retailers Push Early Start To Black Friday Sales

Shoppers formed long lines outside of area retailers on Thanksgiving Day hoping to find sales as retailers opened for pre-Black Friday shopping.

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Kentucky Thanksgiving Day Shooting Leaves Two Dead

Kentucky Thanksgiving Day Shooting Leaves Two Dead

Gunfire erupted at an annual Thanksgiving Day football game in Kentucky, leaving two dead and four others wounded.

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EU Vote On Turkey’s Membership Has No Value

EU Vote On Turkey’s Membership Has No Value

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said a coming European Parliament vote on whether to freeze talks on Turkey joining the EU has “no value.”

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Turkey: Blast Kills Two At Governor’s Office

Turkey: Blast Kills Two At Governor’s Office

An explosion killed two people and wounded more than 30 outside the governor’s office in the southern Turkish city of Adana on Thursday, weeks after the United States warned of attacks by what it called extremist groups.

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Trump Picks Nikki Haley As UN Ambassador

Trump Picks Nikki Haley As UN Ambassador

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has picked two prominent women for senior Cabinet positions in an attempt to diversify his inner circle.

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Computer Scientists Urge Clinton To Demand Recount

Computer Scientists Urge Clinton To Demand Recount

“Hillary Clinton’s campaign is being urged by a number of top computer scientists to call for a recount of vote totals in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, according to a source with knowledge of the request.

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Obama’s Overtime Rule Blocked By Federal Judge

Obama’s Overtime Rule Blocked By Federal Judge

President Obama’s overtime pay rule, scheduled to take effect Dec. 1, was blocked by a federal judge on Tuesday, making it unlikely that this signature feature of his labor policy will remain in place before President-elect Donald Trump assumes office.

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Navy Prepares Thanksgiving Dinner For Sailors On Duty

Navy Prepares Thanksgiving Dinner For Sailors On Duty

The U.S. Navy is working to make sure sailors will celebrate the holiday with a proper Thanksgiving dinner.

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Facebook Reportedly Developed Censorship Tool For China

Facebook Reportedly Developed Censorship Tool For China

The New York Times reported on Tuesday, Facebook Inc has quietly developed a censorship tool that could persuade China to allow the world’s biggest social media network to re-enter the world’s second largest economy after a seven-year ban.

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Ellen Pulls Off Mannequin Challenge At The White House

Ellen Pulls Off Mannequin Challenge At The White House

Ellen DeGeneres has pulled off a star-studded Mannequin Challenge at the White House.

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Donald Trump Disavows ‘Alt-Right’

Donald Trump Disavows ‘Alt-Right’

Former Trump National Diversity Coalition Vice-Chair Brunell Donald-Kyei discusses President-elect Trump’s supporters and his disavowment of the ‘alt-right.’

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Meet Trump’s Secret Weapon

Meet Trump’s Secret Weapon

Forbes Associate Editor Steven Bertoni on the role President-elect Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, played in helping him win the White House.

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Wall St. Set To Hit Records As Trump-Fueled Rally Continues

Wall St. Set To Hit Records As Trump-Fueled Rally Continues

U.S. markets set another round of fresh records on Tuesday continuing their post-election rally. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above the 19-thousand mark for the first time ever and the S&P 500 breached 22-hundred for the first time.

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China Signs New Trade Deals With Peru

China Signs New Trade Deals With Peru

China’s President Xi Jinping signs new trade deals with Peru, one of its partners in its drive to boost world trade in the face of protectionist stirrings.

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Deadly School Bus Crash In Tennessee

Deadly School Bus Crash In Tennessee

Just 24 hours before Thanksgiving break, a bus carrying 35 children crashed into a tree in Chattanooga on Monday, killing multiple elementary schoolchildren and hospitalizing nearly two dozen others.

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Tsunami Hits Eastern Japan After Earthquake

Tsunami Hits Eastern Japan After Earthquake

The tsunami came shortly after a 6.9-magnitude earthquake shook Japan.

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Kellyanne Conway Details Trump’s Cabinet

Kellyanne Conway Details Trump’s Cabinet

Senior adviser to the president-elect weighs in on ‘The Kelly File’.

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France: Sarkozy Knocked Out Of Presidential Nomination

France: Sarkozy Knocked Out Of Presidential Nomination

Former France president Nicolas Sarkozy has conceded defeat in the race to choose the conservative nominee for next year’s presidential election.

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Obama Defends TPP As APEC Summit Ends

Obama Defends TPP As APEC Summit Ends

With the close of the APEC summit in Peru on Sunday, US President Barack Obama delivered his last news conference abroad.

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Obama: ‘Take A Wait & See Approach’ To Trump

Obama: ‘Take A Wait & See Approach’ To Trump

U.S. President Barack Obama on Sunday said that people should take a “wait-and-see” approach on President-elect Donald Trump as the real estate mogul works to assemble his choices for senior administration posts.

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