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Border Patrol busts drop to 46-year low

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ICE said that in Colorado and Wyoming, 2,746 people were arrested and 2,535 were removed from the U.S.in the 2017 fiscal year, which ran from October 1 of last year through September 30 of this year. And they were up 37 percent after Trump's inauguration compared with the same period a year earlier. "We're still arresting almost 1,000 people a day coming across the border", he said. Read More »

Emotional Taggart set for 'dream job' with Florida State

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Taggart signed a six-year, $30 million contract with the Seminoles, who will pay OR the $4.5 million necessary to buy him out of his contract. "Things were going really well there in every aspect", Taggart said. "We want to have a diverse pool, a broad pool, and we will have that". It started last Thursday with the knowledge that FSU was interested in him, Taggart said. Read More »

Pentagon: Four times as many U.S. troops in Syria than previously acknowledged

Manning also said Wednesday that the United States has about 5,200 troops in Iraq, essentially the same force size as the Pentagon acknowledged under Obama. Officials said the amount of forces are declining in Syria and Iraq as operations shift away from combat and more toward train and advise, explosives cleanup, reconstruction, and maintaining security and preventing ISIS from returning. Read More »

TVS races on super-premium track astride Apache RR 310

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The new Apache RR 310 looks striking, to say the least. The TVS Apache RR 310 sports 110/70-17 front and 150/60-17 rear Michelin tyres. TVS Apache RR 310 Exterior: The concept Akula 310 has carbon-fibre body panels, fairing and tank but the production version has been limited from the expensive material to bring down the manufacturing costs. Read More »

Ovechkin hopes Russian hockey team participates in Olympics

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Igor Lebedev, deputy Speaker of the lower house of the Russian parliament, said that Russia must refuse to participate in 2018 Winter Olympics as competing under a neutral flag will be a humiliation for the country. Pro-Kremlin media focused on discrediting Grigory Rodchenkov, the whistle blower who gave evidence of a state- controlled doping programme in which he played a central role. Read More »

'Surviving nuclear war' advice for Chinese citizens on Korean border

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North Korea typically uses strong language when commenting on U.S. It also labeled Trump, who has threatened to destroy North Korea if the United States is threatened, "insane". On Sunday, the North's Committee for the Peaceful Reunification called US President Donald Trump "insane" and warned that the drill would "push the already acute situation on the Korean peninsula to the brink of nuclear war". Read More »

'Creek Fire' burns 4000 acres above Sylmar and prompts evacuations

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A 1,000-acre fire blazed through the Angeles National Forest Tuesday, Dec.5, trapping several people in Sylmar, and forcing mandatory evacuations, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department. The fire was reported just before 4 AM. But by early afternoon, the eastern border of the evacuation area had been enlarged to the Haynes Canyon area. Read More »

Democratic rep plans to force impeachment vote Wednesday

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Green said . "It's about democracy". The impeachment resolution that Green's office circulated to reporters on Tuesday did not include allegations that Trump had committed a crime or obstructed justice. Steny Hoyer, the second ranking Democrat in the chamber. Green decided not to force a vote at the time, but he pledged to do so before the year was out, which is soon. Read More »

Pope makes 'heartfelt appeal' to preserve 'status quo' in Jerusalem

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Trump stated, on Tuesday, that the United States will recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, but did not mention whether the Middle Eastern country's USA embassy would be moved from Tel Aviv to the "new" lead city. Both Israelis and Palestinians claim Jerusalem as their capital, and the city's status is marked as a final status issue to be decided in negotiations over a final peace agreement. Read More »

Two arrested in terror plot to assassinate British Prime Minister Theresa May

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Another report by Sky News said that the plot was allegedly planned by an Islamist extremist. "It is in essence an extreme suicide plot against Downing Street", it said. Parker told ministers that United Kingdom authorities had broken up nine potential terrorist attacks over the past year. Also in May, an attack during a concert in Manchester by the singer Ariana Grande killed 22 people and left 59 people injured, the majority of whom were children. Read More »

Wednesday forecast: cloudy skies with chance of rain, high 47

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Mostly cloudy, with a low around 36. Monday , the high will be near 50 with mostly sunny skies, the weather service said. Breezy, with a southwest wind 17 to 21 miles per hour. Saturday: Sunny, with a high near 46. Lake-effect snow showers are likely to the north, and most other areas will see some snow flurries. The weekend will be even warmer, with temperatures rising to about 60 degrees on both Saturday and Sunday , the weather service says. Read More »

Atlanta mayor's race comes down to close call

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Bottoms spoke early Wednesday at an Atlanta hotel, saying near the end of her speech that "I am just in awe of what God is able to do". According to officials, approximately 800 votes separated Keisha Lance Bottoms and Mary Norwood after local officials tallied more than 92,000 ballots. Read More »

Harvey Weinstein used agents and journalists to carry out his abuse

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The lawsuit claims that Weinstein and the companies he worked with colluded together to hide Weinstein's widespread sexual harassment and assaults for years. She recalled adding, "I think it's a really bad idea for him to host fund-raisers and be involved because it's an open secret in Hollywood that he has a problem with sexual assault". Read More »

Mueller details $6.7M spent in early months of Russian Federation probe

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The Reuters news agency had reported that Deutsche Bank received a subpoena from Mr Mueller several weeks ago, citing a person close to the matter. He confirmed the bank in question was Deutsche Bank. "I think that's a violation", Mr. Trump told the paper. And while the Trump Derangement Syndrome crowd is good to go with the expenses, with no inkling of collusion, reasonable-minded folks on social media had a different take. Read More »

Labor's Katy Gallagher asks High Court to assess eligibility

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Labor senator Katy Gallagher was referred to the court earlier today but, as a senator, she will simply lose her seat if found ineligible rather than being forced to contest a by-election. "You've got to assume Bill Shorten has known for some time David Feeney had this problem". Two MPs with Polish heritage - Labor's Emma Husar and Liberal Jason Falinski - have requested their entitlement to Polish citizenship be renounced, but have not provided any response from Polish authorities ... Read More »

National Christmas Tree Shortage Hits the Four States

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Andy Johnson, who owns and operates Bridgestone Christmas Trees with his family, tends to the trees he bought from MI. While he does grow a majority of his trees, he also relies on a Tree supplier in North Carolina. The general guidelines on keeping a living Christmas tree indoors is to limit it to a week to ten days maximum, after which the tree should be moved back to an unheated yet sheltered transition location for at least a few days. Read More »

US Supreme Court Okays Trump's Latest Travel Ban

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Despite the Supreme Court's action Monday, Matt Adams, the legal director of the Northwest Immigrant Rights project, which has also fought Trump's travel restrictions in court, said he's hopeful it will be struck down. The Supreme Court on Monday gave President Trump another major win by granting his administration's request to fully reinstate the third version of his travel ban. Read More »

Wind Advisory in effect until 7 pm for southeast MI

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Gusting winds of 25 to 45 miles per hour are expected. High temperatures aren't expected to climb out of the 20s until Sunday , the National Weather Service said. . Finally, keep your cell phone charged so that's available to you if you need it in an emergency (and close your apps to keep the battery charge higher). Read More »

Invisible Box Challenge: Stepping Onto Imaginary Boxes Is A Thing Now

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Started a few days ago, videos of youngsters taking up the insane challenge are doing the rounds and wowing the hell out of people. 'It is actually kind of challenging keeping it there. 'You'll notice [the] body rotates toward the leg on the step as well; there's a ton of oblique and ab stability maintaining that position'. Challenges such as Planking , The Harlem Shake, Ice Bucket Challenge , Mannequin Challenge, among others, have been quite a rage on the Internet, with people ... Read More »

Gus Malzahn says he won't be leaving Auburn anytime soon

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Pressed on the matter during a teleconference previewing the Peach Bowl on Sunday, Malzahn repeated numerous times that he was "planning" to be the head coach at Auburn in 2018, but would not outright say that he would be. Auburn motored down the field on its first drive, going 75 yards in 10 plays for a 7-0 lead. "We've worked hard the last five years to get our program to this point, and there's a lot more out there for us". Read More »

Erdogan warns of clashes if Jerusalem recognized as Israel's capital

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If the USA recognises Jerusalem as Israel's capital, it will put it out-of-step with the rest of the global community and reinforce Israel's position that settlements in the east are valid Israeli communities. Israel proclaimed Jerusalem its capital after the end of the War of Independence in 1949. Palestinians want Jerusalem as the capital of their future state. Read More »

'Dozens injured' in German train collision

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German broadcaster ARD reported that about 50 people had been injured after the passenger train ploughed into a freight train. It gave a toll of 20 people injured "according to initial information". On its Twitter feed, the Meerbusch fire department said it believed the National Express train had around 150 passengers on board at the time of the incident. Read More »

Now, PM welcomes Sunni Waqf Board statement 'disowning' Sibal

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He further increased his rhetoric after clarification from the Sunni Waqf Board . Are these thoughts of delaying the hearing for elections that of the Waqf Board? Modi said he faced a similar situation during the Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls when his government had to make its stand clear on the contentious issue of "triple talaq" in the apex court . Read More »