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The Daughter of the Woman atAuthorities had been seeking her arrest in connection with a corruption probe that allegedly involves the President
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Pentagon Warns North KoreaPyongyang says it is in the "final stages" of preparing to test a missile that could reach U.S. soil
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WATCH: Manhunt Launched forAt least 39 people were killed in attack on revelers ringing in the new year at Reina nightclub.
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WATCH: Trump Promises toTrump says he'll reveal more details after being briefed by leaders of the intelligence community next week.
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Venezuela's Military Is"Lately, food is a better business than drugs," says one retired general
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America isn't confident TrumpOnly 44 percent of the country believes that Donald Trump is capable of preventing major scandals, a new Gallup poll has discovered. By comparison, 74 percent of people said President Barack Obama... would be able to prevent major scandals when he was coming into office in 2009, and 77 percent said the same of George W. Bush in 2001. "In addition to their personal feelings about Trump, Americans' lower confidence in him may also stem from the public's generally low level of trust in government," Gallup writes in its analysis of the data. "Americans' trust in the federal government to handle international and domestic problems is worse now than it was when Bush and Obama took office." Across all categories -- including "use military force wisely" and "work effectively with Congress to get...
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(Reuters) - Two protesters dangling from a ceiling support at Minneapolis' U.S. Bank Stadium unfurled a banner criticizing the Dakota Access Pipeline during a National Football League game on Sunday... between the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears, police said.
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Hundreds Flee Fighting NearThe Syrian military said some 1,300 people fled the Barada Valley region since Saturday
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A Syrian man has been arrested in Germany on suspicion of seeking 180,000 euros ($190,000) from the Islamic State group (ISIS) to buy vehicles that he intended to use for one or several bomb attacks,... authorities said Monday.
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GOP Congress Feels It HasRepublicans in Congress feel they have a mandate to try to undo eight years of outgoing President Barack Obama's agenda
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Two killed in shooting,Two men were murdered in the city early Monday - the first two homicides of 2017, police said. In the first killing, a 31-year-old man was shot dead about 3:25 a.m. during an attempted robbery in... Queens. The victim and another 24-year-old man were blasted outside a home on 124th Street in South Ozone Park...
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Trump says no computer is safe from hackers

New York Post - 2 Jan 2017 15:28
Trump says no computer is safeDonald Trump may be addicted to social media but he still believes the only way to guarantee that a message is safe from prying eyes in the computer age is to deliver it by courier. "It's very... important. If you have something really important, write it out and have it delivered by courier, the old-fashioned...
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Family says that American wounded in deadly attack survived by pretending to be dead
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Germany says it doesn't believe Bashar Assad can continue as Syria's leader under a future peace agreement. Foreign Ministry spokesman Martin Schaefer says that Assad's forces capturing eastern Aleppo... and …
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Syria's state news agency says al-Qaida militants have knocked out electricity towers near the capital, causing power cuts in a southern province. SANA said Monday that fighters from the Fatah …
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German police say they have arrested a Russian man who has been sought by South Korea for more than 13 years as a suspected accessory to murder. Federal police said …
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Joe Scarborough blows up atMorning Joe hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski are no strangers to accusations that they are friendlier with Donald Trump than is journalistically ethical. But apparently those claims reached a... breaking point with Scarborough on Sunday night when he slammed reporter Sopan Deb on Twitter after Deb claimed Scarborough had "partied" at Mar-a-Lago on New Year's Eve. It all started when Deb -- formerly a Trump reporter with CBS, now a culture writer with The New York Times -- tweeted this: Morning Joe's hosts partied with Trump last night at Mar-A-Lago. Last year, Trump publicly thanked them for support. -- Sopan Deb (@SopanDeb) January 1, 2017 Scarborough replied on Twitter: "Partied? You're very good at pushing fake news. You should write for CNN. Apparently making up facts is fine...
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The lone American confirmed to have been injured in a New Year's terror attack on an Istanbul nightclub was saved by his cell phone, his brother told local media Monday.
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The political tumult that rocked the world in 2016 might be an appetizer for 2017.
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President Barack Obama will deliver his farewell address to the nation on January 10 from his home city of Chicago, the President announced in a statement Monday.
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Bill Whitaker reports on Chicago's surge in murders and discovers an alarming situation that may be contributing to the rise in violence
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Police have detained the captain of a ferry that caught fire off the coast of Indonesia's capital, killing at least 23 people Sunday, amid allegations he was the first to jump ship.
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Chicago marked 2016 as the deadliest year in 19 years, data released by the Chicago Police Department shows.
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WATCH: Artic Blast on Deck forHeavy rain in the Southeast, snow in the Northwest, and possible tornadoes in Texas mark winter weather alerts throughout the country.
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As Second Avenue Subway Opens,Thousands of riders flooded into polished stations on the Upper East Side of Manhattan to witness a piece of history nearly a century in the making.
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