• National Weather Service Issues Winter Weather And Wind Advisories For Tuesday

    National Weather Service Issues Winter Weather And Wind Advisories For Tuesday

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    Warnings are also in effect for the Finger Lakes, Mohawk Valley, and Syracuse areas, and the remainder of NY counties are under winter weather advisories . Outside of Huron County, just expect a few hit and miss flurries and snow showers today, with not much accumulation. These will keep the chance of snow showers in the forecast along with giving us some colder temperatures.
  • 3 women who accused Trump of sexual misconduct demand congressional inquiry

    3 women who accused Trump of sexual misconduct demand congressional inquiry

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    One day after a panel of women convened to discuss their already-public accusations of sexual harassment and assault against him, President Donald Trump took to Twitter to refute the allegations. Crooks called the statement "laughable" and challenged Trump to release a security tape of her encounter with him in Trump Tower in Manhattan in 2005, during which she claims that Trump kissed her on the lips without her consent.
  • Trump Signs New Space Policy Directive To Send Americans To Moon, Mars

    Trump Signs New Space Policy Directive To Send Americans To Moon, Mars

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    The president signed the Space Policy Directive-1 on the 45th anniversary of the last crew mission to land on the moon, which was Apollo 17 lunar lander that touched down on the moon December 11, 1972. President George W. Bush ordered a moon base to be built and for humans to live there for extended periods. " We're dreaming big ", Trump said. NASA said initial funding for the new policy would be included in its budget request for fiscal year 2019.
  • Chelsea book Barcelona, PSG face Real Madrid

    Chelsea book Barcelona, PSG face Real Madrid

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    I like to win and when we lose, I'm not happy. We will see how we arrive at the games. "One always says that it is a disadvantage to play at home in the first-leg, which is right - it certainly won't be an advantage - but we are strong enough to accept that and we will give our all".
  • Rahul Gandhi set to take over as Congress President on December 16

    Rahul Gandhi set to take over as Congress President on December 16

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    Congress president Sonia Gandhi , who turned 71 on Saturday, will hand over the reins of the grand old party to her son Rahul Gandhi next week after holding the post for a record 19 consecutive years. The take over would be keenly watched as Rahul has all through the Gujarat election campaign tried to shed the tag of a reluctant politician. Mr Gandhi, who has spent much of the last several weeks leading the party's campaign in Gujarat, reportedly chose to put off his promotion because he ...
  • Haley: We don't need other countries telling us what's right or wrong

    Haley: We don't need other countries telling us what's right or wrong

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    And I think we heard from them prior to the election", Ms Haley said in an appearance on current affairs TV programme Face the Nation . "They get to talk about how they want to see Jerusalem going forward", she said. Many leaders in the region warned that the recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital would derail the process, but Haley said Wednesday Trump intentionally did not weigh in on the border and boundaries of the capital so as to not decide who controls the eastern portion of ...
  • USA decision on Jerusalem is

    USA decision on Jerusalem is "flagrant attack on political solution": AL

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    The statement came days after U.S. President Donald Trump announced his country's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and the relocation of the U.S. The Israeli leader made the comments late Saturday as he left for talks with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris and a rare meeting with European Union foreign ministers in Brussels.
  • US Vice President Pence faces Middle East boycott

    US Vice President Pence faces Middle East boycott

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    The annoucement drew criticism from every other member of the UN Security Council at an emergency meeting on Friday. Al-Khalidi added that "the U.S. But it remains to be said that Palestinians stand the biggest loss in the face of these conflicts-their cause loses a bit more as extremist forces continue and as Iran employs Palestinian suffering as a vantage point.
  • Winter weather alerts issued for parts of Upstate NY for snow

    Winter weather alerts issued for parts of Upstate NY for snow

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    The National Weather Service says a winter storm warning will remain in effect until 1 a.m. Sunday for Ocean, Cumberland, Atlantic, Cape May and Atlantic coastal Cape May counties. The advisory also includes the five boroughs of New York City, Westchester and Nassau Counties, and Southern Connecticut. Southern New Hampshire was expected to see some snow early Saturday afternoon.
  • Australian Parliament Approves Same-Sex Marriage Bill

    Australian Parliament Approves Same-Sex Marriage Bill

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    Australia is now the 26th country in which same-sex marriage is legal, joining the likes of South Africa and the US. "... It is time for more marriages". The first gay marriage is supposed to be registered in February 2018. Abbott pointed to an Australian teenager who lost her job for advocating against gay marriage on social media and an Australian Catholic bishop who was taken before a state anti-discrimination tribunal over a pamphlet he published extolling traditional marriage.
  • Zinke: Cascade-Siskiyou boundaries to shrink

    Zinke: Cascade-Siskiyou boundaries to shrink

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    The Antiquities Act of 1906 gives the president authority to establish national monuments, largely to thwart looting of archaeological sites. His plan, unveiled on Tuesday, comes one day after Trump signed paperwork to shrink two national monuments in southern Utah: Bears Ears, now 1.3 million acres and Grand Staircase-Escalante, now with 1.9 million acres.
  • IMF's Lagarde tells Ukraine president to speed up reforms

    IMF's Lagarde tells Ukraine president to speed up reforms

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    Ukrainian authorities this week have faced accusations of deliberately sabotaging anti-corruption reforms, which are a key condition for worldwide support for the country as it grapples with a Russian-backed separatist insurgency. Saakashvili's extraordinary energy and strong charisma took him to the forefront of the 2003 Rose Revolution that forced out the government in his native Georgia.