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President-elect Donald Trump on Friday spoke to NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg by phone and indicated he's committed to maintaining the alliance. Junker reportedly said the asylum requests had come from "more than one family", but declined to say how many individuals were involved. German media have reported asylum claims in Germany by members of the Turkish military.
  • Students Protest Against Trump In Downtown San Diego

    Students Protest Against Trump In Downtown San Diego

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    Trump had announced, post his win, that he would deport 3 million illegal immigrants. In a video message released Wednesday Montgomery County Public Schools Superintendent is asking students to refrain from protesting during school hours and says they could face disciplinary consequences if the walkouts continue.
  • Trump names Iran deal critic as Central Intelligence Agency director

    Trump names Iran deal critic as Central Intelligence Agency director

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    Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn (National Security Adviser): Flynn is a retired three-star Army general who served in the military's top intelligence jobs before being forced to retire in August 2014. Pompeo is a conservative Republican and a strong critic of Obama's nuclear deal with Iran. A member of the House intelligence committee, Pompeo said former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden should face the death penalty for taking and releasing secret documents about ...
  • Judges Order Brendan Dassey to Stay in Prison

    Judges Order Brendan Dassey to Stay in Prison

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    This follows Dassey's original murder conviction being overturned in a Wisconsin court in August-with the grounds to do so being related to the inappropriate interrogation techniques employed by investigators during the police investigation of Halbach's murder in Manitowoc, Wisconsin.
  • Trump now downplays popular vote win by Clinton

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    State electors from across the country will meet December 19 in each of their state's respective capitals. If electors vote the way their supposed to Trump should reach that easily. Voters need to view the system as a whole to understand why this is "fair". Democrats should reject the urge to take comfort in favorable demographic trends.
  • Trump attorneys to argue for delay in Trump University trial

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    New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman called it a "stunning reversal by Donald Trump ", who had pledged not to settle. A spokesperson for Schneiderman's office said the settlement covers all three class-action lawsuits against Trump University: two in California dating to 2010 and one in NY filed in 2013.
  • Iraqi troops resume fighting in Mosul

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    The agency had warned before the military campaign kicked off that as many as 1.2 million civilians could be displaced by fighting. Iraqi government forces retook Qayyarah, south of Mosul, from ISIS on August 25 but the films emerged after ISIS unsuccessfully tried to retake the area.
  • Trump 11 times more popular than Clinton in Russian Federation, poll shows

    Trump 11 times more popular than Clinton in Russian Federation, poll shows

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    We incentivize Washington, D.C. - both the president and the Senate - to craft policy that meets the needs of Colorado as well as NY. Efforts afoot to undermine the election of Donald Trump as the 45th president are not only futile, they are harmful to the democratic process and legitimate opposition to a President Trump that might need to rise up later.
  • NATO general says Trump not serious about abandoning treaty

    NATO general says Trump not serious about abandoning treaty

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    Instead of using the momentum of change for devising an efficient European scheme of territorial defence - the contingency they had spent so much money on when Europe was divided - they set about spending the peace dividend internally. Russian Federation annexed Crimea in March 2014 from Ukraine following a hastily called referendum, a move that led to crippling Western sanctions.