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Eminem's "Revival" Leak: Internet Has Mixed Reactions

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He also said that he recorded the track at actor Russell Crowe's house in Australia with Eminem in mind after receiving a call from the rapper's manager Paul Rosenberg about a possible collaboration. In that song, " The Storm ", the rapper critiqued the collapse of American politics, mentioning hot-button topics such as immigration, white supremacy, corruption, and environmental disasters. Read More »

Plane Crashes Just After Takeoff from Fond du Lac Airport

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Royal Canadian Mounted Police spokesman Paul Dederich said: " The rescue effort is the priority right now ". The fixed-wing plane had 22 passengers and three crew members on board. Rob Embree said at RCMP headquarters in Regina. Transportation Safety Board of Canada has been advised and will be taking over the investigation into the cause of the crash. Read More »

SC approves Centre's March 31 deadline for linking various schemes

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Earlier, RBI had said that linking Aadhaar with bank accounts is not mandatory . The centre on Wednesday extended the deadline for linking Aadhaar with bank accounts by three months. Provided that in case client already having an account based relationship with reporting entities prior to date of this notification fails to submit the Aadhaar number and Permanent Account Number by 31 December, 2017 , the said account shall cease to be operational till the time the Aadhaar number and ... Read More »

Trump Cuts the Red Tape on Regulations

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The White House believes their effort to remove two regulations for every new regulation is boosting the economy, which led Trump to boast about the 1,100 regulations that have been removed since the beginning of his presidency. "I do think there's something to the idea that the business optimism we've seen - indicated in GDP growth, hiring etc. - is fueled in part by an expectation of less regulation and a greater attention to the impacts of regulations on the books", said Dudley, a former ... Read More »

Firefighter working huge California fire dies

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The firefighter was identified only as a California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire) engineer from San Diego who had been deployed to the so-called Thomas Fire. That surpasses a blaze that burned inland Santa Barbara County a decade ago. But coastal enclaves to the west remained under threat as crews protected hillside homes in Montecito, Summerland and Carpinteria. Read More »

Donald Trump sends America back to the Moon

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Obama's policy focused instead on sending astronauts beyond the Moon to deep space and potentially an asteroid by 2025, and to orbit Mars by the mid-2030s. NASA has already showed a willingness to work with these companies closely, trusting SpaceX in particular with delivering supplies to NASA astronauts aboard the International Space Station, and there's no reason to think that other companies wouldn't also be welcomed into the fold if they can prove useful in the pursuit of new science. Read More »

Do not enjoy dealing with Pakistan: US Secretary of State

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We can talk about whether there is gonna be a square table or a round table if that's what you're excited about. "But can we at least sit down and see each other face to face and then we can begin to lay out a map, a road map, of what we might be willing to work towards". Read More »

Jahangir Tareen disqualified by Supreme Court, Imran remains 'not out'

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The court also referred PTI's foreign funding case to the Election Commission of Pakistan. Khan was accused of concealing his financial assets, owning offshore companies, and heading a foreign-aided party. Article 62 (1)(f) - which sets the precondition for the head of government to be "sadiq and ameen" (truthful and honest) - had provided the grounds for the disqualification of Nawaz Sharif from holding public office in the July 28 judgement on the Panama Papers case. Read More »

Rohingya killed in first month of Myanmar violence

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Adler, president and editor In chief of Reuters , said in a statement . Rakhine State has been a focus of worldwide media attention since August because Burmese army operations there have driven more than 620,000 members of Myanmar's Rohingya minority to flee to neighbouring Bangladesh . Read More »

Death toll rises to six after school bus, train collide in France

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The Education Minister's office released a statement saying Jean-Michel Blanquer would visit to support students, teachers, families and the educational community. "It was a classic crossing, well equipped and lit". A regional train hit a school bus on a crossing in southern France Thursday, killing four children and critically injuring seven other people on the bus, the French interior ministry said. Read More »

Sonia Gandhi retires as India Congress party president

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We'll push the government to implement women's reservation. Sonia Gandhi took over as the Congress chief in 1998, seven years after her husband Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated. "We (Congress) don't spread hatred, we don't divide the country, we do not destroy institutions in the country, instead we respect institutions and work within the framework". Read More »

Moran calls for movement on CHIP funding

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Melanie Lockridge, who said her 1-year-old daughter relies on CHIP, said Congress should resolve the issue long before IL runs out of funding in September. "Senator Bennet and I have been very vocal about the need to address this, and it appears there's a path forward to creating long-term certainty for a program that roughly 90,000 Colorado children and pregnant mothers utilize", said Gardner. Read More »

MSP looking at MT remains in Skelton case

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The Skelton boys, Andrew, Alexander and Tanner, went missing the day after Thanksgiving 2010 and have not been seen since. D/Lt. Jeremy Brewer with Michigan State Police says the only connection between what Montana police are investigating and the case of the missing Skelton brothers in Morenci, Michigan is the approximate ages of the remains. Read More »

Bigger wine glasses mean more boozing

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The scientists, from the Behaviour And Health Research Unit in Cambridge, believe this could be driving consumption rates, which increased nearly four-fold in Britain between 1960 and 1980, and nearly doubled again between 1980 and 2004. For the new research, published in the British Medical Journal , the team obtained the measurements of 411 glasses from 1700 to modern day. This, they say, strongly corresponds with how much alcohol we drink. Read More »

Korea as S. Korea & US escalate activity

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Subsequent UN Security Council sanctions on North Korea limit imports of refined petroleum products to two million barrels a year, a cut the United States says amounts to about 30 per cent of Pyongyang's oil intake. We remain open to dialogue when North Korea is willing to conduct a credible dialogue on the peaceful denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. Daryl Kimball, executive director of the Arms Control Association, said Tillerson's proposal for direct talks with North Korea ... Read More »

Two Palestinian militants killed in Gaza explosion

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Its founder and spiritual leader, Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, was a hero to many Palestinians who were frustrated with the lack of results from the peace process. "We expect the state to respond forcefully against so called 'trickles.' Terror organizations must understand that there is a high price for firing rockets at Israel". Read More »

Hope Winter Session of Parliament is productive: PM Modi

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The 21-day session is scheduled to have 14 sittings of both Houses of Parliament. But due to global warming winter has not come in full force. The session, which would continue till January 5, 2018, would discuss many important government initiatives which would have far-reaching impact on the nation, he said. Read More »

YSU student charged in underage sex sting

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The YSU student was charged with importuning, possessing criminal tools, unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, and disseminating matter harmful to juveniles. He allegedly had very specific plans for their date this week: He told the "boy" he was bringing chicken Alfredo and Sprite. Austintown police arrested him Tuesday afternoon. Read More »

United Nations mediator says 'golden opportunity missed' at Syria peace talks

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The regime delegates conferred with de Mistura a day later. " It is a big missed opportunity, a golden opportunity missed at the end of this year ". He also accused Saudi Arabia and Western powers that back the opposition of "sabotaging" this round of talks because "they do not want the Geneva process to succeed as a political solution". Read More »

Man gets death penalty in Dalit student rape case

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Jisha (30) was found murdered in her own house in April 2016 in Perumbavoor, Kerala. The victim, a member of India's lowest Dalit caste who was studying to become a lawyer, lived with her mother who was not at home when the murder took place. Read More »