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Meanwhile, the men in the group are alleged to have been scamming food, by claiming to several different restaurants that their food had hair or glass in their meals. Detective Superintendent Tony Fleming has told the Nine Network the media attention had prompted some of the group to flee. If the group are caught and found guilty, they will most likely be immediately deported from Australia.
  • With OJ interview, Fox falls off the human decency wagon

    With OJ interview, Fox falls off the human decency wagon

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    People have been posting their reactions on social media in response to the special , and many seem to be perplexed why FOX would shine a spotlight on Simpson in the wake of his many issues with the law. The Simpsons showrunner Al Jean has unveiled a shocking secret: O.J. Simpson was nearly a guest star in a very popular episode of the long-running series.
  • No Deal for EU Seeking Exemptions From Trump's Steel, Aluminum Tariffs

    No Deal for EU Seeking Exemptions From Trump's Steel, Aluminum Tariffs

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    Earlier this week, Mr. Trump officially announced tariffs of 25% on steel and 10% on aluminum, despite major opposition from his own party, triggering a possible trade war with China and Europe. Spoke to Prime Minister Abe of Japan, who is very enthusiastic about talks with North Korea. South Korean steelmakers are feared to bear the brunt of growing USA trade protectionism.
  • Ernesto Valverde dismisses talk of PSG striker Neymar returning to Barcelona

    Ernesto Valverde dismisses talk of PSG striker Neymar returning to Barcelona

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    The club insist they are not anxious about falling foul of UEFA's Financial Fair Play rules, even if a premature European exit will mean a shortfall of millions of euros. For all their lavish spending, PSG have still not made it past the quarter-finals of the competition this decade, and there have now been consecutive exits in the last 16, the 5-2 aggregate loss to Cristiano Ronaldo's Real coming after a spectacular collapse saw them crash out in Barcelona a year ago.
  • Hope Hicks Told House Panel of Hacked Email Account

    Hope Hicks Told House Panel of Hacked Email Account

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    President Donald Trump on Tuesday suggested there may soon be more turnover in the White House, less than a week after the resignation Communications Director Hope Hicks , one of his longest serving aides. A former White House aide told a congressional panel that one of her email accounts was hacked, possibly one she used as a member of President Trump's campaign team.
  • MI basketball team reacts to NCAA Tournament selection announcement

    MI basketball team reacts to NCAA Tournament selection announcement

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    The game will be played Friday at 7:10 p.m.in Detroit, just 90 miles from the Spartans' campus. "Michigan State will be quite a challenge", Bucknell coach Nathan Davis said. Previous year as a 13 seed, Bucknell came up just short of upsetting West Virginia in the first round in Buffalo. Michigan State's streak of 21 straight NCAA Tournaments is not only the longest in Big Ten history, it's also the fourth longest in NCAA history (Kansas, 29; North Carolina, 28; Duke, 23).
  • Paul Ryan Tax Cut Showcase Upstaged by Trump Tariff Announcement

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    Flake, who has taken to the Senate floor as recently as January to draw attention to the danger that Trump's comments could cause, said he believes it is the Republican Party's job to take a stand. Trump will impose 25 percent tariffs on steel imports and 10 percent for aluminum but exempted Canada and Mexico. On Wednesday, 107 Republicans in the House of Representatives sent a letter to Trump urging him to reconsider.
  • UCLA, Fullerton in, USC out of NCAA March Madness tourney

    UCLA, Fullerton in, USC out of NCAA March Madness tourney

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    The Atlantic Coast Conference led the way overall with nine teams in the field. "I had to ask my guys, 'How many of you know what state Boise is in?'" coach John Calipari said of the long trip his team faces. They had some absolutely great wins. "They had enough again on their resume that the committee felt that they needed to be in". Clemson's best wins are at Ohio State, against Florida on a neutral court, and at home against Louisville, Miami and North Carolina.
  • Trump plan to combat school shootings includes gun training for teachers

    Trump plan to combat school shootings includes gun training for teachers

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    Shah did not say if Trump's proposal to raise the minimum age for buying certain guns would involved supporting federal legislation or encouraging states to act. His support for allowing school staffers to carry concealed weapons has been met with opposition by gun control advocates and teachers unions. The plan also forgoes an endorsement of comprehensive background checks for gun purchases, which the president, at times, has seemed to embrace.
  • Trump again insults Maxine Waters' intelligence, says she's 'very low IQ

    Trump again insults Maxine Waters' intelligence, says she's 'very low IQ

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    Mnuchin made his comments on NBC's " Meet the Press " Sunday in response to questions about the disparaging remarks Trump made about Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) at a political rally in western Pennsylvania Saturday evening. 'We will impeach him! We will impeach the president!' But he hasn't done anything wrong. "So he did exactly what I expected him to do". Waters, who is one of Trump's fiercest critics, accused Trump of being a "con man" who attacks women.
  • China blows hot against Trump, US govt

    China blows hot against Trump, US govt

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    German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged dialogue and warned that "no one can win in such a race to the bottom". China, which produces half the world's steel , will assess any damage caused by the USA move and "firmly defend its legitimate rights and interests", the country's Ministry of Commerce said .
  • Former NBA player Dennis Rodman hails planned Trump-Kim meeting

    Former NBA player Dennis Rodman hails planned Trump-Kim meeting

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    North Korean reps have actually met with former U.S. officials in Mongolia recently as the two countries initiated preliminary meetings. In 1994, Bill Clinton's administration signed an "Agreed Framework" with Kim Jong Il, who had been sworn in as leader just three months earlier.
  • Virginia men's hoops selected as number one overall seed in NCAA Tournament

    Virginia men's hoops selected as number one overall seed in NCAA Tournament

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    They lost to the Spartans by 18 points earlier in the year. Shortly after, the Sooners will gather to watch the NCAA selection show. IndyCar: Firestone Grand Prix of St. The Bonnies are an extremely balanced team, with a top 100 offensive (59) and defensive (94) efficiency. " Most games, including the Final Four and championship games, are only available on traditional "cable" channels", he said.
  • Helicopter crashes into the East River in New York City

    Helicopter crashes into the East River in New York City

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    Six people were on board when it hit the water on Sunday night (local time), its blades still spinning and perhaps causing it to roll over. "It couldn't have been any longer than 5 minutes". The helicopter slammed into the water at about 7.15pm local time near Gracie Mansion, the official residence of the Mayor of NY. Eyewitnesses said they saw the chopper crash near 89th Street in Manhattan.
  • USA may tie North Atlantic Treaty Organisation contributions to tariff exemptions

    USA may tie North Atlantic Treaty Organisation contributions to tariff exemptions

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    Section 232 of the U.S. Trade Expansion Act of 1962 gives the president the power to impose restrictions on imports to protect national security. "As such, we would fully agree with the message in support of NAFTA expressed by the associations representing the North American freight-rail industry", notes Erik Autor, president of the National Association of Free Trade Zones (NAFTZ).
  • Rain likely Sunday and colder air is on the way

    Rain likely Sunday and colder air is on the way

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    The rain showers will begin Tuesday as a cold front moves through. Highs will rebound only into the mid and upper 50s for the afternoon under a partly cloudy sky. Good news is that we'll be back in the 60s to near 70 by the end of the work week! We'll wake up Monday morning to temperatures in the 30s, but a stiff northwest wind will make it feel like the mid 20s.
  • Trump unleashed at raucous rally

    Trump unleashed at raucous rally

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    Singaporean representatives have briefed senior White House officials on their country's drug policies, which include treatment and education, but also the death penalty , and they provided a PowerPoint presentation on that country's laws.
  • President Trump says tariffs fulfill campaign promise

    President Trump says tariffs fulfill campaign promise

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    But administration officials said Thursday they expect only minimal price increases to consumers and no domestic job losses as a result of Thursday's action. The fight over tariffs comes amid intense turmoil in the West Wing, which has seen waves of departures and negative news stories that have left Trump increasingly isolated in the Oval Office, according to two senior officials speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss internal discussions.
  • Stormy Daniels says Trump scandal good for business

    Stormy Daniels says Trump scandal good for business

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    Michael Avenatti, the attorney for the actress whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, told Michael Smerconish of CNN that his client would be covered if she made a decision to violate a confidentiality agreement. 'We may see that, ' Avenatti said. Asked whether Trump knew about the payment at the time it was made, Sanders said: "Not that I am aware of". According to a source, Trump believes Sanders comments "were essentially putting the Stormy Daniels storyline on steroids".
  • Winter storm watch has been issued for Greenbrier County

    Winter storm watch has been issued for Greenbrier County

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    A system causing severe weather Sunday along the Gulf Coast is expected to become a nor'easter and threaten the Northeastern U.S. on Monday night into Tuesday. Temperatures will then drop after the sun sets, inviting a chance for sleet and snow flurries after 3 a.m. Damage to trees and power lines is possible as snow will be accompanied with strong to damaging winds, especially over southeast MA and Rhode Island.
  • AM Links: Trump, Tariffs, Stormy Daniels

    AM Links: Trump, Tariffs, Stormy Daniels

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    Daniels, a porn star who regularly makes appearances at strip clubs across the country, was in Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday night to perform at the Solid Gold gentleman's club. is doing much better under President Trump than it was doing before he took office. "If it was then, I don't think we would be able to accomplish everything that we've done", Sanders said.
  • Trump tweets Turnbull: Australia off the hook on tariffs

    Trump tweets Turnbull: Australia off the hook on tariffs

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    Mr Ciobo warned the world was in "choppy waters" on trade with the next year or two set to be rough. U.S. President Donald Trump said Friday that he was working on a security agreement with Australia that would exempt that country from planned tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
  • Australian Prime Minister Praises US Decision to Exempt Canberra From Tariffs

    Australian Prime Minister Praises US Decision to Exempt Canberra From Tariffs

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    Trump more than others". Mr Trump's reference to a "security agreement" was just using the specific language of the executive order he issued on the tariffs, Ms Bishop told reporters. We have a trade surplus with Australia. Spokswoman Sarah Sanders says the two US neighbours might get what she calls a "carve-out" for reasons of national security, and says other allies might also ask for one, on a case-by-case basis.
  • Dazi, l'Europa alza la voce con Trump:

    Dazi, l'Europa alza la voce con Trump: "Dobbiamo essere esclusi"

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    Né l'appello di Cecilia Malmstroem , nemmeno il pressing del Giappone , neanche la telefonata con Emmanuel Macron , fanno ricredere il presidente degli Stati Uniti sul neo-protezionismo. Malmstrom si è "anche incontrata bilateralmente con Lighthizer per discutere ulteriormente la questione e ottenere ulteriore chiarezza sul processo che riguarda le misure annunciate".
  • Midlands police investigate 'Punish a Muslim day' letters

    Midlands police investigate 'Punish a Muslim day' letters

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    Blowing up a Mosque was also on the points system, scoring 1,000 points. Even though counter-terror police found no connection between this letter and the one sent to a mosque in Manchester last November, this incident should not be taken any lightly.
  • Florida governor signs gun safety law after Parkland school shooting

    Florida governor signs gun safety law after Parkland school shooting

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    UPDATE 1:35 p.m. The National Rifle Association on Friday filed a federal lawsuit over gun-control legislation signed by Florida Republican Gov. Scott's office said he was reviewing the lawsuit. "I understand the angst about the guardian program but I can't help but think about the coaches who literally ran in as shields to protect their students.
  • Turkey protesters close Manchester Piccadilly station

    Turkey protesters close Manchester Piccadilly station

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    The action, which saw scores of flag-waving protesters make it onto the tracks, is thought to be in opposition to Turkey's war with Syrian Kurds. Three hours later the protesters had been safely removed, allowing rail services to resume and the station to reopen.
  • 11 people on board plane that crashed in Iran

    11 people on board plane that crashed in Iran

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    Emergency services said it crashed in a mountainous region and caught fire. The head of Iran's Red Crescent, Morteza Salimi, told state television that two helicopters would fly to the area on Monday morning "to search for the plane's debris and bodies" - indicating there could be no survivors.