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It's a longshot effort. After his victory in this election, president-elect Trump also stated that if that if the election was exclusively popular vote, he would have "won even bigger and more easily". That was rich coming from a presidential candidate who wasn't able to take responsibility for his own defeat. As for the Founding Fathers' wisdom, they also denied women and African-Americans the right to vote, period.
  • Obama 'not optimistic' on Syria as Aleppo pummelled

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    Foreign Minister Walid al-Moalem said de Mistura suggested an autonomous administration in eastern Aleppo, but Damascus completely rejected the idea. The army and its allies began ground attacks on Friday and the Observatory reported intense clashes in Sheikh Saeed in southeast Aleppo and in Baeedain and Bustan al-Basha in northeast Aleppo .
  • Beware of the WhatsApp Video Calling Invite Scam

    Beware of the WhatsApp Video Calling Invite Scam

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    WhatsApp recently unveiled its much anticipated video-calling feature for all operating systems. The latest feature is available for download and also as an update for all users. As its parent company strongly believes video content is the future of the Internet, it's slowly but steadily introducing video-related features to all of its popular services like Messenger and Instagram.
  • New GOP leaders poised to take over Florida Legislature

    New GOP leaders poised to take over Florida Legislature

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    The 40 members of the Florida Senate, half of whom are new to the chamber, were sworn into office Tuesday. Joe Negron as the next Senate president. Both Corcoran and Negron have anambitious agenda they plan to carry out when legislators hold their 60-dayregular session in March.
  • Who is the electoral college?

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    That's five times as large as the margin by which Al Gore beat George W. Bush in the popular vote in 2000. Yet neither became president. Even so, the National Archives says more than 99 percent of electors have voted as pledged throughout the nation's history.
  • Android 7.1 Developer Preview 2 now available

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    As always, if your smartphone has prompted to you to download the update already, you can manually initiate by opening the Settings menu, enter the "About Device" section and then tap "System updates" to check for and download the update. It incorporates some bug fixes and optimizations since the release of the Pixel, which shipped with 7.1. To avoid confusion, this update will actually be called Android 7.1.1 when it's released.
  • Over 68500 people displaced by military operations to retake Iraq's Mosul

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    The U.S. -led coalition supporting Iraqi forces battling Daesh in Mosul is investigating and has not yet provided details, although it says it goes to great lengths to avoid civilian casualties. "We are cautiously advancing". According to the analysis by IHS Markit, a London-based intelligence analyst firm, Mosul served as a center for chemical weapons production for IS.
  • U.S. to Quit TPP Trade Deal on Trump's First Day in Office

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    President- elect promised to "investigate all abuses of visa programs that undercut the American worker". The TPP was signed by 12 countries which together cover 40 per cent of the world's economy, but has not yet been ratified. The move shatters a key pillar of President Obama's drive to strengthen US influence in Asia and throws the Western world's trade agenda into disarray.
  • Paul Jefferies case: Teenager found guilty of murder

    Paul Jefferies case: Teenager found guilty of murder

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    The teen - who sought to rob Jefferies on February 23 - claimed in court that he merely defended himself when Jefferies "got on top of me" and refused to stop a sexual attack. One, which was sent on the day of the killing, read: "I'm not happy". And then he shouted "I think I've killed somebody". He said he tried to escape by pretending to need the toilet downstairs and took a knife back upstairs again when he realised he left his phone behind.
  • Turkish president 'disillusioned' with US on Syria

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    Gulen denies supporting the effort, which led to the purge of his supporters from Turkish governmental posts. The decrees were issued under emergency rule imposed in the wake of the failed coup , which allows Erdogan and the government to bypass parliament.