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They managed to recover the stunning ring on Saturday, and cleaned it up. Trouble is, police didn't have the names or contact information for the couple. "WANTED for dropping his fiancée's ring in @TimesSquareNYC!" US Police have an urgent message for the couple who lost their engagement ring in Times Square: We have the ring.
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    Abe heads to Argentina for G20 summit

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    White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow on Tuesday dangled the possibility of a "breakthrough" at the dinner . Lighthizer said his examination is "at the President's direction". Pence insisted that "when it comes to Beijing's malign influence and interference in American politics and policy, we will continue to expose it, no matter the form it takes".
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    2nd LD: S.Korea, DPRK agree to conduct joint railway inspection

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    Until now, North and South Korea have always submitted separate bids for recognition on the Intangible Cultural Heritage list. Seoul's Defense Ministry confirmed the dismantling of 10 North Korean guard posts and said North Korean soldiers had used hammers to tear down sections ahead of last week's near-simultaneous demolitions.
  • Trump Rallies in MS for Embattled Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith

    Trump Rallies in MS for Embattled Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith

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    The Mississippi runoff gives Trump another chance to get back on the campaign trail after his frustrations with the media's coverage of the midterms, which saw Republicans lose control of the House while likely picking up two seats to expand their narrow Senate majority.
  • Melania Trump defends blood-red Christmas trees in White House

    Melania Trump defends blood-red Christmas trees in White House

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    In 2017, the Trumps' first Christmas in the White House, her spindly, white trees with lights casting spooky shadows were also the subject of "Shining" memes. "So here you are talking about opioids ... and getting the message out". The First Lady herself shrugged off the jokes yesterday, saying that tastes differ.
  • Michael Cohen Pleads Guilty To Lying To Congress

    Michael Cohen Pleads Guilty To Lying To Congress

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    Senate Judiciary staff asked Trump Jr. about the reports of proposal for a Trump Tower Moscow that Cohen was working on and Trump Jr. confirmed the reports. At issue with Stone, a GOP political operative and Trump confidante, is what he knows about the timing and release of WikiLeaks publication of hacked emails from John Podesta and other Democrats during the 2016 presidential campaign.
  • Divisive race in Mississippi ends with win for GOP Sen. Hyde-Smith

    Divisive race in Mississippi ends with win for GOP Sen. Hyde-Smith

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    Trump, who visited MS, a state he won by 18 points in the 2016 presidential election, on Monday for rallies supporting Hyde-Smith's campaign, congratulated her on the win on Twitter late Tuesday. Thad Cochran stepped down earlier this year. Her supporters said the furore over her comments was overblown. Espy was hoping that the controversy around Hyde-Smith's remarks would lead to a replay of the Alabama special election in 2017 where Democrat Doug Jones won a narrow victory against ...
  • Kansas Democrat backs Pelosi bid for House speaker

    Kansas Democrat backs Pelosi bid for House speaker

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    Already she's been busy cajoling recalcitrant members on the record to opposing her - with some success. Pelosi still has to face a House floor vote from both parties on January 3, when the next Congress begins. It's unclear what the enforcement mechanisms would be. The only possible challenge to Pelosi's leadership came from Rep. Marcia Fudge (D-OH), who was quickly revealed to have signed a letter of support for a man convicted of domestic abuse in 2011 - a man who is now the prime ...
  • Dozens of migrants caught storming border in San Ysidro won't face charges

    Dozens of migrants caught storming border in San Ysidro won't face charges

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    US Customs and Border Protection closed road and pedestrian bridges on Sunday at the San Ysidro port of entry, one of the largest land border crossings between San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico . "They were being rushed by some very tough people and they used tear gas", Trump said on Monday of the previous day's encounter. She estimated about 20 people had already passed in front of her, and parents begged agents not to unleash the gas because there were young children present.
  • Major change ahead with Storm Diana brewing in Atlantic

    Major change ahead with Storm Diana brewing in Atlantic

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    Meanwhile, there's still a Status Yellow wind warning in place for the rest of the country valid from 5am on Wednesday until 4pm on the same day. "The strongest winds are expected along coastal areas in the west, Northern Ireland, and the far northeast of Scotland, where gusts of 60-70 miles per hour, locally 75 miles per hour, are likely".
  • Kartarpur corridor: Pakistan receives ministers, pilgrims

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    He vowed to improve the facilities at the Kartarpur gurdwara. The issue of Kartarpur Sahib came into focus after Sidhu visited Pakistan in August to attend the oath-taking ceremony of his cricketer-turned-politician friend Imran Khan as prime minister of that country.
  • Ukraine-Russia sea clash staged, says Putin

    Ukraine-Russia sea clash staged, says Putin

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    President Donald Trump is suggesting he may cancel his planned sit-down this weekend with Russian President Vladimir Putin over Russia's seizure of three Ukrainian naval ships Sunday. They are accused of illegal crossing of Russia's maritime border, said Azamatov. Kiev has demanded the release of the sailors and urged Western allies to impose further sanctions on Moscow.
  • U.S. service members killed in Afghanistan roadside bomb blast, officials say

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    The incident took place on 27 November, Resolute Support, the official name of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation mission, said in a statement . An American contractor was also wounded in the attack in Ghazni. soldiers in an improvised explosive device (IED) attack in Ghazni city of Afghanistan. In the past several weeks, the insurgents also have launched assaults on villages in rural districts of the province that are populated by minority ethnic Hazara Shiites.
  • SF Giants Owner Donates To Controversial Senate Candidate

    SF Giants Owner Donates To Controversial Senate Candidate

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    Given how political donations work - you have to write a check to the campaign committee by name - there is no reasonable way to read this other than (a) MLB's lobbyists happily cut the check to Hyde-Smith not giving a rip about Hyde-Smith's controversial comments; and (b) the moment this hit the news they realized how big a deal it was to people and are now scrambling to control the damage.
  • Saudi crown prince to visit Tunisia amid Khashoggi protests

    Saudi crown prince to visit Tunisia amid Khashoggi protests

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    After offering numerous contradictory explanations, Riyadh said last month that Khashoggi had been killed and his body dismembered when negotiations to persuade him to return to Saudi Arabia failed. The crown prince told Tunisian state television that Saudi Arabia has long had good relations with Tunisia, adding, "I can not come to North Africa without visiting Tunisia.Tunisia's president is like my father".
  • Manafort Denies Ever Meeting Julian Assange

    Manafort Denies Ever Meeting Julian Assange

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    Assange has been charged when no notice has been given to Mr. Assange". I have never been contacted by anyone connected to Wikileaks , either directly or indirectly", read a statement provided to National Review by Manafort's spokesman."I have never reached out to Assange or Wikileaks on any matter.
  • Mueller: Manafort Has Lied To Investigators Since Plea Deal

    Mueller: Manafort Has Lied To Investigators Since Plea Deal

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    Manafort denies that he lied, and his attorneys say he believes he "provided truthful information". Manafort said in the same filing he disagreed with Special Counsel Robert Mueller's assertion that he lied to investigators. The president's first national security adviser, Michael Flynn, entered into a plea deal with Mueller, while Trump's longtime personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, has been providing information to Mueller's team and federal prosecutors in NY, among others, a person familiar ...
  • ‘We Will Close the Border Permanently if Need Be’

    ‘We Will Close the Border Permanently if Need Be’

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    Central American migrants leave the shelter in Tijuana, Baja California state, Mexico, to get to the El Chaparral border crossing close to the Mexico-US border. Hours earlier, The Washington Post quoted her as saying that the incoming administration of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador had agreed to allow migrants to stay in Mexico as a "short-term solution" while the US considered their applications for asylum.