• United Kingdom set for 'significant' snow as Storm Caroline hits
United Kingdom set for 'significant' snow as Storm Caroline hits

A spell of heavy snow is likely over parts of Wales, the Midlands and parts of Northern and Eastern England on Sunday. Up to 20cm of snow was forecast on Friday and Saturday in parts of Northern Ireland, northern Scotland and North Wales, and even parts of the northwest Midlands.

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  • Two Dead after Plane Crashes into CA Home
Two Dead after Plane Crashes into CA Home

The San Diego Union-Tribune reported one person died in the crash, but it was unknown if the person was in the home or in the plane. When he looked toward the sound, he saw smoke and flames rising from a neighbor's home. His daughter, Roula, said police brought over the dead dog, known as Mr. Biggie. The plane and back of the house were engulfed ...

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  • Israel, Turkey Leaders Trade Insults Over US Jerusalem Decision
Israel, Turkey Leaders Trade Insults Over US Jerusalem Decision

The vice president was scheduled to meet Abbas in Bethlehem on December 19. Protesters try to remove barbed wires that block a road near the US embassy during a protest against President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel , in Awkar, east of Beirut, Lebanon, Dec.

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  • Israeli army destroys incomplete tunnel from Gaza
Israeli army destroys incomplete tunnel from Gaza

It is the second tunnel discovered within a month. Hamas has built a sophisticated network of terror tunnels in the Gaza Strip and running into Israel , used for storing weapons, smuggling and terrorist infiltrations into Israel. It was located about a kilometer from an Israeli community. The move is being seen as a furious retaliation to ...

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  • Olympic Skier Lindsey Vonn Burned President Trump With Just 13 Words
Olympic Skier Lindsey Vonn Burned President Trump With Just 13 Words

Trump has not yet commented on Vonn's criticism, though he has actively rebuked other athletes since he became president. "Absolutely not", she said, smiling and shaking her head. Vonn, 33, shot to stardom after winning the gold in the Downhill at Vancouver 2010, but she's dealt with serious injury issues since then. While training for the 2018...

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  • President Pence 'unwelcome in Palestine,' PA says
President Pence 'unwelcome in Palestine,' PA says

A senior Palestinian official says the Palestinians will not meet with Vice President Mike Pence during his upcoming visit to the region because of the US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital . Protestors waved Palestinian flags and shouted anti-Israel and anti-U.S. slogans, according to an Anadolu Agency correspondent in the city. Hamas...

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  • Due to Winter Storm Warning, Expect Delays in CCRTA Service
Due to Winter Storm Warning, Expect Delays in CCRTA Service

Atlanta has picked up between five and 10 inches of snow, as of Saturday morning. Several school systems in Georgia were closed. A Winter Storm Warning for snow means severe winter weather conditions are expected. The snow may briefly mix with rain or sleet across the eastern tip of the North Fork this evening; mixing with rain or sleet on the ...

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  • Australian Parliament says yes to same-sex marriage in landslide vote
Australian Parliament says yes to same-sex marriage in landslide vote

Before Question Time and the legalisation of same-sex marriage was passed, Bill Shorten asked Malcolm Turnbull if Question Time can be abandoned to allow for the quicker passage of same-sex marriage legislation. At long last, LGBTIQ Australians will be equal under the law. "We thank all Australians for their support for saying yes, we thank all...

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  • Met Eireann have issued ANOTHER weather warning
Met Eireann have issued ANOTHER weather warning

The rain will be heavy and preceded by sleet and snow across the north and east and may give accumulations over high ground. As a result people are also advised to be careful on icy roads and footpaths. Friday morning will be frosty and icy at first, according to Met Éireann. Cold and mostly dry tonight with clear periods and just isolated wintry...

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  • White House says Trump will undergo physical exam after slurred speech
White House says Trump will undergo physical exam after slurred speech

The Internet was set abuzz by the slurred speech at the end of Trump's speech on Wednesday, particularly the way he said "God bless the United States". Sanders said Trump will undergo the customary presidential physical in early 2018 at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, adding , "Those records will be released by the doctor following t...

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  • Getty Center Closes As New Blaze Erupts In Wildfire-Plagued Southern California
Getty Center Closes As New Blaze Erupts In Wildfire-Plagued Southern California

Along with the wind, heavy smoke and ash are making it hard for firefighters to contain the fire. The Hammer Museum also closed on Wednesday with smoke conditions in mind-"to protect the artwork", a spokesperson said . UCLA, which is less than five miles away from the fire, made a decision to close classes for the day, the Hollywood Reporter ...

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  • Dodgers Reportedly
Dodgers Reportedly "Most Likely" Landing Spot For Giancarlo Stanton

Louis is out of the picture after the team announced Friday that Stanton wouldn't waive his no-trade clause to go there. Reports earlier this week suggested that potential deals were in place with the San Francisco Giants and St. While the Los Angeles Dodgers have been mentioned as the inevitable fallback option if the Miami Marlins are ...

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  • Flynn told a business associate Russian sanctions would be 'ripped up'
Flynn told a business associate Russian sanctions would be 'ripped up'

And one of the companies involved in the project covered his travel expenses and wrote him a check for $25,000 for the trip, though it's not clear if Flynn cashed the check. "Our Committee has credible allegations that President Trump's National Security Advisor sought to manipulate the course of worldwide nuclear policy for the financial gain ...

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  • Trump asks Saudi Arabia to allow immediate aid to Yemen
Trump asks Saudi Arabia to allow immediate aid to Yemen

Yemen's war, pitting the Iran-allied Houthis who control Sanaa against a Saudi-led military alliance backing a government based in the south, has brought what the United Nations calls the world's worst humanitarian crisis. Without mentioning Saleh by name, he said that he knew about Saleh's communication with the coalition and his efforts to tu...

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  • Michael Flynn Promised Ex-Partner That Russia Sanctions Would Be 'Ripped Up'
Michael Flynn Promised Ex-Partner That Russia Sanctions Would Be 'Ripped Up'

Cummings said he had spoken to the witness and called the account a "credible" allegation that Flynn "sought to manipulate the course of global nuclear policy for the financial gain of his former business partners". Flynn, while involved in the Trump transition, worked with companies including ACU Strategic Partners to make a deal with Russian Fede...

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  • Will Supreme Court Let Us Have Our Cake?
Will Supreme Court Let Us Have Our Cake?

While the Supreme Court began hearing arguments in the case Tuesday, it could be months before they weigh in with a verdict. While the court's liberal justices said the "cake artist" likely can not refuse to serve gay couples, and conservative justices said his religious and free speech rights should be respected, Justice Anthony Kennedy once...

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  • Houthi fighters kill Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh
Houthi fighters kill Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh

Video footage, seen by MEMO , has been circulated online showing the body of someone who looks like the former president with a large wound in his head, however the footage could not be verified and is too graphic to publish. The United Nations called for a humanitarian pause in Sanaa between the hours of 10 am and 4pm to allow civilians to leave ...

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  • Russian Federation suspended from Winter Olympics, clean athletes can compete as neutrals
Russian Federation suspended from Winter Olympics, clean athletes can compete as neutrals

They would have to pass drug tests to prove they were clean and also did not benefit from the Sochi scheme. " Russia will deny to the end, and if a line was not drawn, I feel behind closed doors they would have made a mockery of the Olympic movement".

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  • Airliner Witnessed North Korean Missile Test
Airliner Witnessed North Korean Missile Test

The flight was cruising over Japan when the North Korean missile was launched. "Be advised, we witnessed the DPRK missile blow up and fall apart near our current location ", the pilots said, South China Morning Post reports . It also claimed the Hwasong-15 missile fired Wednesday can be tipped with a "super-large heavy warhead" capable of s...

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  • Starbucks Reserve Roastery opens in Shanghai
Starbucks Reserve Roastery opens in Shanghai

It is the company's fastest growing market and they are expanding rapidly. There's also an on-site bakery with enough carbs from famed Italian baker Rocco Princi to keep you fueled as you explore Starbucks' first-ever augmented reality experience.

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  • Trump lawyer: Deutsche Bank has not received subpoena for Trump records
Trump lawyer: Deutsche Bank has not received subpoena for Trump records

He said that they have confirmed it with the bank itself and "other sources". The subpoena is part of a probe by special counsel Robert Mueller and his team to determine whether the president's campaign was involved in Russian efforts to influence the U.S.

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  • 'House of Cards' to resume minus star Kevin Spacey
'House of Cards' to resume minus star Kevin Spacey

Netflix has optednotto pull the plug on House of Cards in the wake of Kevin Spacey's abrupt termination and will instead refocus the series' sixth and final season around Robin Wright's Claire Underwood. Spacey issued a statement claiming he did not recall the alleged incident with Rapp , but he apologized for what he said would have been ...

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  • Conyers announces retirement amid sexual harassment allegations: 'My legacy can't be compromised'
Conyers announces retirement amid sexual harassment allegations: 'My legacy can't be compromised'

On Monday, yet another allegation was lodged against Conyers, when a woman who said she worked for the congressman for more than a decade said he slid his hand up her skirt and rubbed her thighs while she was sitting next to him in the front row of a church.

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  • Tyrod Taylor carted off vs. Patriots, Nathan Peterman gets chance at redemption
Tyrod Taylor carted off vs. Patriots, Nathan Peterman gets chance at redemption

Taylor was replaced by rookie Nathan Peterman with about 13 minutes remaining. Taylor would eventually come into the game in the second half in relief of Peterman, who put up an all-time bad performance in his first National Football League start.

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  • Yemen's Saleh killed in ambush
Yemen's Saleh killed in ambush

Fighting erupted between the Iranian-allied Shiite rebels and forces loyal to Ali Abdullah Saleh last week, unraveling their fragile alliance, formed in the face of the internationally-recognized government and Saudi-led coalition. Therefore, Houthis finally chose to kill him; not because he turned against them, but because he is capable of destr...

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  • Iran launches commercial port in Oman Sea
Iran launches commercial port in Oman Sea

The extension is expected to make Chabahar , Iran's closest sea link to the Indian Ocean, a rival to Gwadar Port in Pakistan. Under the agreement signed between India and Iran in May last year, India is to equip and operate two berths in Chabahar Port Phase-I with capital investment of Dollars 85.21 million and annual revenue expenditure of USD ...

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  • Stability and strategy: Why is China so easy on North Korea?
Stability and strategy: Why is China so easy on North Korea?

North Korea said on Wednesday it had successfully tested a powerful new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) that put the entire US mainland within range of its nuclear weapons. "We are trying in the Security Council to find a way to make DPRK change its policy". Russia Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov speaks during a meeting with his Italian...

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  • Korea tensions rise ahead of US-South Korea joint military drill
Korea tensions rise ahead of US-South Korea joint military drill

The United States has 28,500 troops in South Korea as a legacy of the 1950-53 Korean War. News about the launch comes within days of North Korea launching a new type of intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM). The Trump administration has vowed to deny North Korea the capability of striking the USA homeland with a nuclear-tipped missile. "D...

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  • MPs: Technology can not prevent the return of Irish border checks
MPs: Technology can not prevent the return of Irish border checks

Britain in the coming days needs to demonstrate "sufficient progress" on three key European Union conditions - a financial settlement, rights of expatriate citizens and the Irish border - for leaders to give a green light to trade talks at a summit on 14-15 December.

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  • Missing Florida teen found safe in Syracuse, soccer coach in custody
Missing Florida teen found safe in Syracuse, soccer coach in custody

The sheriff will hold a news conference on Monday at 2 p.m. ABC News reported a New York State Police officer saw the sedan and initiated a traffic stop. Security camera footage from a Fayetteville pawn shop appears to show Caitlyn. Frisina told police that she left with Rian willingly and she was unharmed.

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