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George Bush's Children: Photos of the Kids He Left Behind

George Bush's Children: Photos of the Kids He Left Behind

His presence will be sorely missed. He was America's 41st President, and had suffered a myriad of health problems over the past years, including vascular Parkinsonism. Yale University, bachelor's degree in economics. They noted Bush's "military service in World War II, to his work in Congress, the United Nations, China, the Central Intelligence Agency, the vice presidency and the presidency, where he worked to move the post Cold War world toward greater unity, peace, and freedom". Read More

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Dallas officer faces murder rap

Dallas officer faces murder rap

Guyger was initially arrested on manslaughter charges three days after shooting Jean. According to the Dallas Morning News , Jean's mother and sister took the stand before the grand jury this week, but little else is known about what evidence was presented. Read More

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Putin and Saudi Crown Prince 'high five' at G20 photo op

Putin and Saudi Crown Prince 'high five' at G20 photo op

According to SPA , the two leaders met at the residence of the Saudi crown prince - known by his initials MBS - in the Argentine capital and discussed bilateral cooperation between the two friendly countries in the various fields. British Prime Minister Theresa May has also promised to push the Crown Prince on both the journalist's murder and the war in Yemen. "Don't worry", MbS can be heard saying. Read More

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Trump to miss opportunity to discuss controversial issues with Putin: Russian lawmaker

Trump to miss opportunity to discuss controversial issues with Putin: Russian lawmaker

Kiev is banking on its Western allies to provide military support to contain Russian Federation, which it says is preparing to invade its territory by land. She did not offer any explanation for those changes to the schedule. Most of the more than 30 people charged by Mueller are Russians, but the investigator has also secured guilty pleas on various charges against former Trump aides. Read More

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Donald Trump asks USA court to fast-track trans military ban ruling

Donald Trump asks USA court to fast-track trans military ban ruling

The request, filed by Solicitor General Noel Francisco , urges the high court to compound four separate legal challenges to US President Donald Trump's transgender ban and singularly rule on the issue this term. "The administration ought to be thanking them for their service - not trying to score political points by purging them from our military". "This is simply one more attempt by a reckless Trump administration to push through a discriminatory policy". Read More

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1 teen dead, 2 others injured after Alabama mall shooting

1 teen dead, 2 others injured after Alabama mall shooting

The shooting occurred shortly before 10 p.m. Thursday at the Riverchase Galleria in Hoover, a Birmingham suburb, a police statement said. The 12-year-old girl had to undergo surgery. Local TV news footage showed emergency response vehicles at the scene as police directed shoppers and vehicle traffic out of the area. "We are working closely with the Hoover Police Department and are grateful for their swift action to contain the situation". Read More

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Will it snow on Thanksgiving in Utah?

Will it snow on Thanksgiving in Utah?

Tuesday is the busiest travel day for Thanksgiving in the Northeast , according to AAA, which says about 48.5 million people will drive this year. Friday morning lows will be even colder. "Layer", Walsh said. "Make sure you cover your face, make sure you cover your hands Just be careful when you're out there". Read More

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In threat to Pelosi, 16 Dems say they'll back new leadership

In threat to Pelosi, 16 Dems say they'll back new leadership

Even before they've taken office, the freshmen swept in by the midterm elections are caught at the center of an escalating power struggle over Pelosi's future. He said that on another network, Pelosi noted that "one thing her father taught her was how to count". Democrats Brian Higgins of upstate NY and Kathleen Rice of Long Island were among those who signed the letter. Read More

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'Low-batt' APEC summit back to search for coherence

'Low-batt' APEC summit back to search for coherence

He indicated that a chair's statement may be issued instead. Mr Pato also expressed caution on whether the redeveloped Manus Island naval base - which the USA has announced it will help with alongside Australia - will eventually be used as a major strategic hub to project military power into the Pacific Ocean where China is increasingly flexing its muscle. Read More

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White House plans to let Jim Acosta's press pass expire; CNN responds

White House plans to let Jim Acosta's press pass expire; CNN responds

It's signed by Bill Shine, deputy chief of staff for communications, and Sarah Sanders, White House press secretary, who are both named as defendants in the initial lawsuit. Judge Timothy J. Kelly ruled on Fifth Amendment grounds, saying Acosta's right to due process had been violated. "We're writing them now". Late Friday , top officials named as defendants in the suit from CNN and Acosta suggested that the "preliminary" decision to revoke Acosta's pass earlier this month could be ... Read More

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Duterte: China ‘in possession’ of disputed sea; drills to just raise tension

Duterte: China ‘in possession’ of disputed sea; drills to just raise tension

However, Mr Xi appeared to warn against any further escalation of tensions between the two countries. "We will work with these two nations to protect sovereignty and maritime rights in the Pacific islands". "China has taken advantage of the United States for many years". Mr Pence said the USA was also forging "new and renewed security partnerships", including recent trilateral naval exercises with India and Japan. Read More

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Violence calms in Yemen's Hodeida amid diplomatic pressure

Violence calms in Yemen's Hodeida amid diplomatic pressure

The destruction of the port of Hodeida , a vital lifeline for millions of starving civilians in Yemen, would "create a catastrophic situation", Antonio Guterres told French radio station France Inter. Three port employees reached by telephone said the rebels had also begun to mine entryways to the port overnight. Britain is seeking support among regional partners for new action at the UN Security Council for peace talks in Yemen . Read More

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