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Protester Jumped Barricade Outside Bill Cosby Trial

Protester Jumped Barricade Outside Bill Cosby Trial

She says she wanted to make Cosby "uncomfortable". Bill Cosby paid almost $3.4 million to a woman who accused him of sexual assault to stop her speaking about the allegations, a court heard ...

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Rly apologises for runaway train incident in Odisha

Rly apologises for runaway train incident in Odisha

Seven employees have been suspended following an incident in which over 1,000 passengers on board 22 carriages rolled for over 13 kilometers. In a unusual incident that could have led to a major tra...

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Trump Tower fire kills one man and leaves four firefighters hurt

Trump Tower fire kills one man and leaves four firefighters hurt

As he was walking into the building, he said Trump was walking out, and Goldsmith took the opportunity to take a peek at Trump's small hands. The cause of the late afternoon fire was still being inv...

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Russian woman 'embalmed alive' following horrific medical blunder

Russian woman 'embalmed alive' following horrific medical blunder

The mother said she went in search of the doctors but found them discussing how to disclose awful mistake that had been made. "This is pure murder", Galina Baryshnikova , the woman's mother, told...

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Oklahoma middle school teacher confesses to raping student

Oklahoma middle school teacher confesses to raping student

Observers, though, said educators didn't seem to agree on what would be enough to end the work stoppage. Oklahoma teachers gathered once again in the state capitol on Monday to press lawmakers t...

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Did Cambridge Analytica get your Facebook data? You'll know today

Did Cambridge Analytica get your Facebook data? You'll know today

Last week, Facebook said that as many as 87 million users may have been affected by the Cambridge Analytica case. Cubeyou's website says it has more than 10 million "panelists" contributing consum...

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'China will take down its trade barriers'

'China will take down its trade barriers'

Sign up for RG Newsletters and get the news delivered directly to your inbox. About 15 minutes into trading, the Dow Jones Industrial Average had lost 0.7 percent to 24,335.06. The U.S. bought more ...

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Oklahoma rattled by flurry of earthquakes

Oklahoma rattled by flurry of earthquakes

The 4.3-magnitude quake about 4 miles from Perry hit about 5:22 a.m., according to the U.S. Geological Survey. No damage or injuries have been reported from any of these earthquakes. The quake tha...

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1 to 2 inches of snow expected in FM Sunday

1 to 2 inches of snow expected in FM Sunday

Drier conditions are expected by the afternoon. The updated maximum possible amount of snow for the region. Monday night into Tuesday , the aforementioned weak disturbance that approaches from ...

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Winners Announced For the 2018 Olivier Awards

Winners Announced For the 2018 Olivier Awards

There were wins for Jez Butterworth's The Ferryman , which won best new play , best director for Sam Mendes and best actress for Laura Donnelly in her role as Caitlin Carney in the drama set in Nort...

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North Korea prepared to discuss denuclearisation with US

North Korea prepared to discuss denuclearisation with US

In a press briefing Monday, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism said that Minister Do Jong-hwan held talks with North Korean officials about such exchanges during his recent visit to Pyongyang...

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What's new - and old - as Bill Cosby's retrial begins

What's new - and old - as Bill Cosby's retrial begins

Cosby, a Temple alum who had been a major booster of the university, has maintained that their sexual encounter was consensual. Cosby's retrial, which would start with opening statements in suburban...

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STR's noble thought to solve Cauvery issue, will people of Karnataka oblige?

STR's noble thought to solve Cauvery issue, will people of Karnataka oblige?

While most celebrities refrained from making statements at the protest, Kamal Haasan, who recently launched his political party Makkal Needhi Maiam, had been vocal about the Cauvery Management Board ...

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Released data shows Arabs not among Cambridge Analytica scandal Facebook users

Released data shows Arabs not among Cambridge Analytica scandal Facebook users

The firm is also set to put out a notice on privacy protection to all its 2.2 billion users, which will show individuals what apps are linked to their account and what information has been shared with...

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Glenn Homers Twice as Penguins Split Doubleheader with Oakland

Glenn Homers Twice as Penguins Split Doubleheader with Oakland

Sophomore right-handed starter Kade Strowd retired the order in the second and stranded one in the third and another in the fourth. Hall struck out four and walked four. Sophomore first baseman Marque...

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Facebook to make 'unsend' feature available to all soon

Facebook to make 'unsend' feature available to all soon

Especially since Facebook also said that it would stop Zuckerberg from deleting anymore messages before it can roll out the ability to everyone. Facebook's newest feature for Messenger comes...

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Welbeck comes to Gunners' rescue in bad-tempered game

Welbeck comes to Gunners' rescue in bad-tempered game

A dramatic finish saw Jack Wilshere tangle with Jack Stephens - the Saints man was shown a straight red, while Mohamed Elneny was also dismissed for a push to the face. Southampton now find thems...

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Turnbull facing mounting pressure as Coalition loses 30th straight Newspoll

Turnbull facing mounting pressure as Coalition loses 30th straight Newspoll

Former prime minister Tony Abbott has said "life is not fair". "I do have the confidence of my colleagues and no-one, by the way, is suggesting I don't", Mr Turnbull said. He told News Corp tabloi...

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2000 protesters march in solidarity with Gaza in Israeli Arab city

2000 protesters march in solidarity with Gaza in Israeli Arab city

The Good Friday demonstration was the first day of the "Land Day" march, which was supposed to be a multi-week rally to commemorate those who were killed during protests against land confiscations in ...

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14 dead as junior ice hockey team's bus crashes

14 dead as junior ice hockey team's bus crashes

The Friday night accident sent shock waves across a hockey-loving nation, devastated the Humboldt Broncos ice hockey team and plunged the community of fewer than 6,000 people into grief. There is a st...

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Facebook suspends more data analytics firms amid data scandal

Facebook suspends more data analytics firms amid data scandal

On this same page, you can turn off the ability to interact with other websites using your Facebook data, preventing you from logging in with Facebook user credentials. That Facebook app, called 'This...

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Brewers seek to close gap on the Cubs

Brewers seek to close gap on the Cubs

Happ hit a tiebreaking two-run single during Chicago's four-run ninth, helping the Cubs beat the Milwaukee Brewers 5-2 on Saturday. Milwaukee's Brian Woodruff, making his first start after a pair ...

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Karnataka assembly polls: BJP declares the first list of candidates

Karnataka assembly polls: BJP declares the first list of candidates

Among the candidates are numerous party's 48 sitting or outgoing legislators from the state's northern, central and southern region, including Bengaluru , which has 28 assembly constituencies. Malika...

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Country struck by missiles; officials claim United States not responsible

Country struck by missiles; officials claim United States not responsible

Syrian state TV reported on Monday that missiles had been fired at a military facility in the province of Homs. Lebanese media said that residents living near the country's border with Syria had heard...

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Facebook bans another political data company

Facebook bans another political data company

He says Facebook has to ensure they do. People are really unhappy with Facebook and revelations that the company hasn't been protecting user data the way it should. I can't imagine that they w...

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Jets, Blackhawks pay tasteful tribute to Humboldt Broncos

Jets, Blackhawks pay tasteful tribute to Humboldt Broncos

Garinger said all the team can do now is help the players and their families anyway they can. "There are often a lot great memories when hockey players look back on their careers that are built on tho...

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Facebook Admits To Secretly Deleting CEO's Messages

Facebook Admits To Secretly Deleting CEO's Messages

For those who are not aware, there is an existing feature that allows users to set messages to delete themselves after a certain period of time. If you wanted a Facebook free of ads, you'd have to...

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Trump Sort of Goes to Bat for John Kelly After Negative Report

Trump Sort of Goes to Bat for John Kelly After Negative Report

The president may have targeted the Post , but it's far from the only outlet reporting things between Trump and Kelly aren't exactly rosy. President Trump on Sunday lashed out again at The Washi...

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Railways suspend seven men as coaches roll down track without engine

Railways suspend seven men as coaches roll down track without engine

All passengers are stated to be safe and Sambalpur Railway Division sent in a locomotive engine to bring the coaches back to Titlagarh so that the train can head towards destination. "The level cros...

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SNL: Alec Baldwin's Donald Trump meets with Baltic state leaders

SNL: Alec Baldwin's Donald Trump meets with Baltic state leaders

All three of them touched on recent real-life Trump news stories: Cecily Strong asked about the nature of the president's non-disclosure argument with porn star Stormy Daniels, which Baldwin deflec...

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Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower Plans on Cooperating with Justice Department

Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower Plans on Cooperating with Justice Department

The massive data breach began when Aleksandr Kogan, a University of Cambridge researcher, using personal data of 87 millions of Facebook users for personality quiz app throughout 2014, one million o...

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USA lawmakers propose new Russian Federation sanctions over United Kingdom spy attack

USA lawmakers propose new Russian Federation sanctions over United Kingdom spy attack

Seven Russian oligarchs, 12 companies they control and 17 senior government officials are on the list announced by the Treasury Department. "This bill also targets Russian financial institutions...

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Think before you share! Facebook scans photos, links posted on messenger

Think before you share! Facebook scans photos, links posted on messenger

KELLY: And we are joined now by Congressman Frank Pallone of New Jersey. While we can see Facebook's point of view, it has raised many an eyebrow especially in this particular period in time where...

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Salman Khan found guilty in Blackbuck poaching case, acquits rest

Salman Khan found guilty in Blackbuck poaching case, acquits rest

In 1998 while filming for Sooraj Barjatya's Hum Saath Saath Hain , Salman Khan along with his co-actors Saif Ali Khan , Tabu , Sonali Bendre and Neelam were charged with poaching blackbucks n...

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White House Walks Back China Trade Penalty Threats

White House Walks Back China Trade Penalty Threats

President Xi Jinping has much more flexibility than President Trump , and the Chinese government can force Chinese banks to back industries reeling from American tariffs, even if it is not economic...

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Israel bans entry of auto tires into Gaza after massive tire-burning

Israel bans entry of auto tires into Gaza after massive tire-burning

Tyres were set on fire in an attempt to create a smokescreen to block the view of Israeli snipers, as hundreds of protesters gathered at five protest sites along the 65km-long (40-mile) Israel-Gaza bo...

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Former Brazilian president Lula enters police custody

Former Brazilian president Lula enters police custody

Dozens blocked a gate where a auto carrying him tried to leave the building. Rui Falcao, who has served as the president of Lula's Workers' Party (PT), told reporters on Friday at the union headquar...

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Trump began the week tweeting about the border. Now he's sending troops

Trump began the week tweeting about the border. Now he's sending troops

It is not the firm time troops have been sent to the US' southern border. President Trump issued a proclamation on Wednesday directing the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Def...

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Police say 6 detained in foiled plot to attack Berlin half-marathon

Police say 6 detained in foiled plot to attack Berlin half-marathon

German newspaper Die Welt reports that the four suspects have ties to Berlin truck attacker Anis Amri , the Tunisian man who killed 12 people when he drove a truck into a crowded Christmas market...

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How Barcelona Player Reacted To Cristiano Ronaldo's Awesome Goal

How Barcelona Player Reacted To Cristiano Ronaldo's Awesome Goal

After the goal, Juventus fans, who had been booing Ronaldo throughout the match gave him a standing ovation . Meanwhile, Ronaldo has admitted his stunning bicycle kick in Real Madrid's win ov...

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