• Giuliani: Wouldn't You Rather A 'Genius' As President Than A Woman?

    Giuliani: Wouldn't You Rather A 'Genius' As President Than A Woman?

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    Before the vote, the president of the local Black Shield Association (BSA), an organization set up to represent the interests of black police officers, voiced her opposition of endorsing a candidate, citing concerns of community relations. After Trump congratulated himself for not bringing up Bill Clinton's sexual past during last week's debate, Giuliani said he would have brought up the former president's affair with Lewinsky.
  • L'uragano Matthew arriva in Florida. Ad Haiti le vittime salite a 572

    L'uragano Matthew arriva in Florida. Ad Haiti le vittime salite a 572

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    Ma servono soldi e Oxfam ha istituito un numero verde - 800991399 - per sostenere la risposta all'emergenza. Più di 350mila persone hanno urgente bisogno di assistenza umanitaria. Farnesina . Sono stati rintracciati ad Haiti i tre italiani dei quali non si avevano notizie da due giorni dopo il passaggio dell'uragano Matthew sull'isola.
  • Canada Plans To Implement Minimum Carbon Tax By 2018

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    Provinces and territories will have flexibility in deciding how they implement carbon pricing: they can put a direct price on carbon pollution or they can adopt a cap-and-trade system. That's 208 million tonnes short of Trudeau's commitment at the climate summit in Paris last December, which was to reduce emissions by 30 per cent compared with 2005 levels, by 2030.
  • Subject of vulgar Trump comments is former Miss SC

    Subject of vulgar Trump comments is former Miss SC

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    Morales explained that the recording was not a result of a mic inadvertently left live while two men engaged in conversation. "It's no excuse, but this happened 11 years ago - I was younger, less mature, and acted foolishly in playing along", he said in a statement .
  • University of North Dakota upholds First Amendment, pardons students who wore blackface

    University of North Dakota upholds First Amendment, pardons students who wore blackface

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    The University of North Dakota's president has rejected calls for a "zero tolerance" policy on "offensive" speech by pointing out that his institution is a public entity, and as such is subject to the First Amendment. "While I appreciate the desire for such a policy, it is unachievable under the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution", Kennedy added. A second pictured three students smiling in a dorm room, captioned "locked the black b-ch out".
  • Hurricane Matthew pushes over trees in Florida

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    Chantal mayor on Friday said that at least 86 people were killed in the particular region, mainly due to trees falling on the houses. It sliced across Florida with 120 miles per hour winds, killing five people and causing an estimated $21 billion in damage.
  • All Blacks beat Springboks 57-15 in record win

    All Blacks beat Springboks 57-15 in record win

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    Meanwhile the All Blacks and the Springboks put rivalry aside to join forces in support of a Laureus Sport for Good Foundation event at a home outside Durban which looks after orphans and vulnerable children. "There will be no excuses from us - the All Blacks are a world class team and we are not at the same level yet". Week-long rain in Durban stayed away as the match kicked off, but a swirling wind made conditions hard for handling and kicking.
  • Palermo carabinieri sequestrano beni per 3 milioni di euro

    Palermo carabinieri sequestrano beni per 3 milioni di euro

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    I carabinieri di Palermo , coordinati dalla Procura della Repubblica, hanno dato esecuzione ad un provvedimento di sequestro di beni ritenuti non legittimati dai redditi percepiti dall'indagato. Le condotte dell'uomo avevano riguardato anche il tentativo di imporre le ditte dalle quali rifornirsi dei materiali edili e il personale da assumere per l'esecuzione dei lavori in parola.