• Trump's foreign policy approach almost same as that of Putin

    Trump's foreign policy approach almost same as that of Putin

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    Trump made no specific mention of Russian Federation in his first post-election comments but made clear that he wants good relations with all nations. It is not clear whether Trump has any investments in the country, because he has not released any tax records. But he made millions of dollars by taking the Miss Universe pageant to Moscow in 2013.
  • Trump could cement conservative Supreme Court

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    Senate Republican leaders, in turn, could conceivably try to curtail the minority party's filibuster power through a change in Senate rules sometimes dubbed the "nuclear option". It was the backlash against the court's 2009 ruling which legalized same-sex marriage in Iowa. The replacement of Scalia could be just the first of Trump's influence on the court.
  • Southern Fires Rage With 41.6 Million Now Living in Drought

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    Gov. Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency in 25 counties in western North Carolina on Thursday, freeing up additional state resources to fight the fire. Almost 300 people are battling that fire, which has consumed 10,000 acres of forest, the U.S. Forest Service said. All seven firefighters were later accounted for and none was injured, said Gary Murrell, director of the Hawkins County Emergency Management Agency.
  • Bernie Sanders Releases Official Statement About Donald Trump's Presidential Win

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    Clinton, appearing at midday in NY after a bruising election loss to the real estate magnate, urged supporters to keep an open mind on Trump and give him a chance to lead. "We've got a lot of work to do", Sanders continued. But he said the party as a whole was unable to make a strong enough case to struggling workers, particularly in the industrial Midwest, who sided with Trump .
  • Taliban attack German consulate, killing 6

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    The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack, saying it was in retaliation for North Atlantic Treaty Organisation air strikes against a village near the northern city of Kunduz last week in which more than 30 people were killed. The attack was carried out "by heavily armed terrorists", he said, adding: "The attackers were fought off by the consulate's security personnel, Afghan security forces, and German, Georgian, Belgian and Latvian special forces stationed in the city as part of the ...
  • Greenpeace: Shinzo Abe is Palming Off Bad Nuclear Deal to Modi

    Greenpeace: Shinzo Abe is Palming Off Bad Nuclear Deal to Modi

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    Modi said that the Malabar naval exercise conducted by India , Japan and the USA in June this year "has underscored the convergence in our strategic interests in the broad expanse of the waters of the Indo-Pacific". "As democracies, we support openness, transparency and the rule of law". He said India and Japan are best suited to work together. "In June this year, we have further relaxed our FDI regime".
  • Popular vote puts new focus on Electoral College

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    Just yesterday, Michael Moore dismissed the Electoral College as "an arcane, insane 18th-century idea". Donald Trump might have won the election by getting more of the votes in the electoral college than Hillary Clinton did. The message of the petition is clear: help save Hillary Clinton with the cooperation of faithless electors. While the House of Representatives is relatively proportional (because it's based on population), the fact that each state has two Senators (regardless of its ...
  • What went wrong in this year's presidential polls?

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    Ultimately, missing that shift in the state polls tripped up the predictions. In addition to systemic barriers, voters faced individual obstacles on Election Day, Clarke said during a news briefing on Thursday. "We had a very detailed meeting", Mr Trump told reporters at a brief photo opportunity. One of those petitions is signed by more than 240,000 people.