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Gasser stomped the last of her three jumps, a double cork 1080 that saw the Austrian flip twice while spinning three times . Monique tied the score on this breakaway sending the game into overtime but Canada who has a gold medal in women's ice hockey for the past twenty years wouldn't relent forcing a shootout and that's when Jocelyne took a page out of sister's book.
  • Trump aide pleads guilty in Russia probe

    Trump aide pleads guilty in Russia probe

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    The plea came a day after a federal grand jury in Virginia returned a 32-count indictment against Gates and Manafort , Trump's former campaign chairman, accusing them of tax evasion and bank fraud. A guilty plea by Gates - particularly if it was to be accompanied by a promise to cooperate with investigators - would put an even tighter legal squeeze on Manafort, who played a key role in some of the episodes that have been of particular interest to investigators, including a 2016 meeting ...
  • Teachers Shred Trump's Bullsh*t Proposal For Guns in Classrooms:

    Teachers Shred Trump's Bullsh*t Proposal For Guns in Classrooms: "This Is Ridiculous"

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    The armed officer on duty at the Florida school where a shooter killed 17 people never went inside to engage the gunman and has been placed under investigation, officials have announced. "By being present in our schools, they are able to prevent problems in a proactive manner". The United States President Donald Trump spoke to the families and survivors of horrifying school shooting incidents on Wednesday, February 21.
  • Donald Trump Jr. Foreign Policy Speech In India Renamed Amid Ethics Backlash

    Donald Trump Jr. Foreign Policy Speech In India Renamed Amid Ethics Backlash

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    The visit by the 40-year-old American businessman kicked off with full-page advertisements in top Indian newspapers on Monday offering the chance to win "a conversation and dinner" with him yesterday. for doing the right thing", he added. Mr Trump Jr is the executive vice-president of development and acquisitions at the Trump Organisation and, along with his brother, Eric, is in charge of it.
  • Vehicle strikes White House security barrier, driver in custody

    Vehicle strikes White House security barrier, driver in custody

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    Turnbull and his wife Lucy had been meeting with President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump. The agency reports that no law enforcement officials were injured. The ramming occurred closer to the Eisenhower Executive Office Building adjacent to the White House rather than the White House proper. Sky News chief political reporter Kieran Gilbert said he and other journalists were kept in the basement for about 20 to 25 minutes during the lockdown.
  • Rick Gates to plead guilty, cooperate with Mueller in Russian Federation probe

    Rick Gates to plead guilty, cooperate with Mueller in Russian Federation probe

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    Mr Mueller's team alleged in a 32-count indictment on Thursday that Mr Gates and Mr Manafort concealed more than $30m of income from USA tax authorities. A sealed charge in the case this week as well as closed-door discussions in recent weeks had brought speculation that a plea deal for Gates or some other development might be near.
  • Chicago father charged with murder in 'near decapitation' of toddler son

    Chicago father charged with murder in 'near decapitation' of toddler son

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    Ortiz couldn't sleep and was frustrated, so he took the boy, held him down in their kitchen, grabbed a knife and cut the boy's throat, Deenihan said. Rolando Ortiz , 37, is alleged to have committed the " brutal and horrific slaying" of his son Mateo Garcia Aguayo when he got fed up with the toddler making too much noise, according to Eddie Johnson, a Chicago Police superintendent.
  • Father defends son accused in slaying of exhibitionist wife

    Father defends son accused in slaying of exhibitionist wife

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    As CrimeOnline previously reported, the 42-year-old woman was found dead just outside her home in Calera in the early morning of January 13. He was booked into the Shelby County Jail on a $500,000 bond. But she seemed like a different person on other online accounts. Some of the images were included on a site for "mature hotties". "She's having to deal with the fact she's lost a parent, and now this arrest has been made", Lemley says.
  • President Trump says he's opposed to schools participating in active shooter drills

    President Trump says he's opposed to schools participating in active shooter drills

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    Trump invited victims of February 14 shooting in Parkland to the White House , along with survivors and parents of children killed in the 1999 Columbine High School shooting and the 2012 Sandy Hook School massacre. There are reports that the NRA was concerned about pushback from gun control advocates. President Donald Trump blasted NBC and CNN for spreading what he called "Fake News" for reporting that he would "give teachers guns" to stop school shootings.
  • Argentina: Five Arrests In Russian Embassy Cocaine Probe

    Argentina: Five Arrests In Russian Embassy Cocaine Probe

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    The investigation began after Victor Koronelli, the Russian ambassador to the South American country, and three members of the Russian federal security service, reported to Bullrich that they had suspicions about the diplomatic luggage found at a school that is annexed to the embassy.
  • Franklin Graham remembers dad, Rev. Billy Graham

    Franklin Graham remembers dad, Rev. Billy Graham

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    The body of evangelist Billy Graham will lie in honour under the US Capitol rotunda next week as Congress pays tribute to a clergyman who counselled presidents and preached the Gospel to millions worldwide, House Speaker Paul Ryan said on Thursday.
  • Dying of neglect: eastern Ghouta under siege is a hell on earth

    Dying of neglect: eastern Ghouta under siege is a hell on earth

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    The U.N. human rights office said Wednesday that at least 346 people have been killed in eastern Ghouta since the Syrian government and its allies escalated an offensive on February 4. The paper says they have taken positions along the region's borders. "But the children, and the women and other civilians, they can't continue like that".
  • Pressure mounts to relieve 'hell on earth' in Syria enclave

    Pressure mounts to relieve 'hell on earth' in Syria enclave

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    Eastern Ghouta is one of four de-escalation zones that were negotiated by Russian Federation and Iran at the Syrian peace talks in Kazakhstan's capital of Astana. It was the second straight day that the civilian death toll topped 100, after 127 were killed Monday in Eastern Ghouta's bloodiest day in four years.
  • What to expect from the winter storm in Flagstaff this weekend

    What to expect from the winter storm in Flagstaff this weekend

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    West wind 8 to 11 miles per hour becoming north in the afternoon. However, the Weather Service cautioned that there remains some uncertainty in the exact location and timing of the heaviest snow. Travel could become very hard Saturday night through early Sunday. The National Weather Service said the Sioux Falls regional airport received about 3.6 inches of snow overnight.
  • Myanmar bulldozing Rohingya villages, human rights group claims

    Myanmar bulldozing Rohingya villages, human rights group claims

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    Later, a joint statement said "the two leaders discussed the humanitarian and security crisis in Rakhine State of Myanmar and across the border in Bangladesh". About 6,500 refugees, including those who fled after the military clearance operation in northern Rakhine State last August following attacks by Islamic militants, are living in the buffer zone.
  • US immigration agency removes 'Nation of Immigrants' from its mission statement

    US immigration agency removes 'Nation of Immigrants' from its mission statement

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    Human rights organizations have said that removing the immigration line from the mission statement does not alter the fact that the USA was built by immigrants. The USCIS spokesperson told HuffPost that Cissna developed and debuted the new mission statement during his first conference with USCIS senior leadership from around the world.
  • Turkey's Erdogan calls US Defense Department 'immoral'

    Turkey's Erdogan calls US Defense Department 'immoral'

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    The HRW statement comes a few days after paramilitary forces loyal to the government of Syrian President Bashar al Assad arrived in the area from Aleppo to support the Kurdish troops. The two sides have at times been in direct conflict and at others have formed realpolitik alliances during Syria's war. It said artillery targeted the convoy "carrying terrorists, weapons and ammunition".
  • Lee in touch as Korda shoots record 62

    Lee in touch as Korda shoots record 62

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    Moriya Jutanugarn (left) and Lexi Thompson are two of the four players sharing the lead at six-under par. Ko produced a solid 19th-placed finish at last week's Women's Australian Open in Adelaide, her first under a newly-appointed coach and caddie as she seeks to end an 18-month winning drought.
  • U.S. to move embassy to Jerusalem in May

    U.S. to move embassy to Jerusalem in May

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    Until Mr. Trump's decision previous year, no other country located its embassy in Jerusalem to avoid seeming to take sides in the dispute. Dan Shapiro, former president Barack Obama's ambassador to Israel, responded: "The die is cast, the embassy is moving".
  • Police lay sixth murder charge against alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur

    Police lay sixth murder charge against alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur

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    His disappearance was being investigated by Toronto police in connection with the disappearance of Navaratnam and Majeed Kayhan, 58, under an investigation dubbed Project Houston. But at a press conference Friday, Idsinga said the analysis of fingerprints and dental records allowed police to identify Skandaraj Navaratnam as McArthur's sixth alleged victim.
  • Gov. Greitens Resigns Position On Republican Governors Association

    Gov. Greitens Resigns Position On Republican Governors Association

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    He was backed up by the Missouri GOP, who released a statement tying St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner, a Democrat, to George Soros, and calling the investigation a "political hit job". "The defendant subsequently transmitted the image contained in the photograph in a manner that allowed access to that image via computer", it added.
  • NCAA Suspends Arizona Guard Trier For Second Time

    NCAA Suspends Arizona Guard Trier For Second Time

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    Trier returned after 19 games when he passed a follow-up drug test. Trier, Arizona's No. 2 scorer and leader in minutes played, has been declared ineligible by the NCAA and will not play Thursday night at Oregon State. The NCAA agreed that the reappearance of the drug stems from the amount Trier ingested in 2016 and as a result was suspended for the first 19 games of Arizona's 2016-17 season.
  • Messi scores vs Chelsea at 9th attempt to give Barca CL draw

    Messi scores vs Chelsea at 9th attempt to give Barca CL draw

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    But at the same time this game must give us a lot of confidence to trust that in the second leg the qualification is open". It would be easy to blame Christensen for the goal, and while he should not have played the pass, other players were also at fault for the goal.
  • Pence criticizes N.Korean leader's sister

    Pence criticizes N.Korean leader's sister

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    Her four-day visit, following one by U.S. Vice President Mike Pence for the February 9 opening ceremony of the Olympics, has spurred speculation about possible contact between U.S. The Games' opening ceremony saw US Vice President Mike Pence and the North Korean representatives seated in the same box, but they did not interact.
  • No survivors in IN plane crash

    No survivors in IN plane crash

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    At 7:39 p.m., data shows that the plane was between 18,000 feet and 28,000 feet when it disappeared off radar, sources told Scripps station WRTV in Indianapolis. Investigators with the National Transportation Safety Board were due to arrive at the scene Friday morning. We'll have the latest as the information becomes available to us.
  • Similar threats closing schools in Washington surfacing across nation

    Similar threats closing schools in Washington surfacing across nation

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    A note to students and parents posted on the district's website said police continue to investigate an alleged threat by a secondary-level student from the district. It is being investigated by Blaine Police. Harrisburg schools and the Dauphin County Technical School also canceled classes on Friday due to similar threats circulating on social media.