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After a campaign that saw Donald Trump launch scathing attacks on rival Hillary Clinton for her use of a personal email account for official business, America's new President-elect has reportedly asked for his eldest three children to be granted top-secret security clearances.
  • Homelessness in AR Declines in 2016

    Homelessness in AR Declines in 2016

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    In an announcement posted to HUD's website, Helen Goff Foster, HUD's executive secretary and senior agency official for privacy, said that the agency discovered the breaches recently and removed the individuals' personal information, but is now unable to determine how many people accessed the sensitive information.
  • Saudi-led coalition announces 2-day truce in Yemen

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    Saudi Arabia's Interior Ministry said that a Saudi soldier was killed by a missile fired by Yemeni rebels across the border into the kingdom's southern Asir province hours before the beginning of the truce . Relief agencies had been hoping the ceasefire would allow delivering aid to the needy in areas that were inaccessible due to fighting. The Houthis said on Wednesday they were ready to stop fighting and join a national unity government.
  • Compact Would Make Popular Vote Winner The President

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    Since Hillary Clinton likely won the popular vote , over 4 million have signed a petition to encourage the Electoral College to make Clinton president instead. has today. Setting aside the deliberately intended difficulty of amending the Constitution , here is a suggestion for the Electoral College of the future.
  • Several children killed in USA school bus crash

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    According to an arrest affidavit, a school bus driver was going at a high speed when the bus crashed, killing five students and injuring more than 20 others. Rescuers spent hours freeing children from the bus, which struck a tree and was sliced almost in two. The National Transportation Safety Board said it had sent a team to Chattanooga to investigate.
  • Chinese OLED TVs are on the way, could drive prices down

    Chinese OLED TVs are on the way, could drive prices down

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    The LG UH77000 goes right up against the Samsung KS8000 4K HDR TV series. The increase will come mostly from Ultra HD TVs, because such models will comprise 36.5% of all LCD TVs to be shipped in 2017 (rising 11.6 percentage points year-on-year) and an Ultra HD TV uses 30-50% more LED chips than a Full HD TV, Digitimes Research notes.
  • Snapchat 'Spectacles' Debut Exclusively At Pop-Up Vending Machines

    Snapchat 'Spectacles' Debut Exclusively At Pop-Up Vending Machines

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    The Snapbots were first noticed at the Venice Beach, Thursday morning. The Spectacle's camera has a built-in 155-degree lens that are meant to imitate nearly how humans see. There are still no details on the image quality of the snaps recorded or if the sunglass is weatherproof. But after a mysterious video teased the vending machines containing Spectacles - which cost $130 (£105) - the first one landed close to the firm's original headquarters in Venice, California.
  • Japan Earthquake an Aftershock of 2011 Quake

    Japan Earthquake an Aftershock of 2011 Quake

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    In September, Japan's northernmost main island, the Okinawa Islands were struck by two earthquakes, measuring 5.5 magnitude and 5.7 magnitudes respectively. The same region was struck by a devastating tsunami in 2011. His family jumped in their auto and drove for about three minutes to the foot of a nearby hill and rushed up it.
  • Atlanta man one of 32 chosen as a 2017 Rhodes Scholar

    Atlanta man one of 32 chosen as a 2017 Rhodes Scholar

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    Oscar De Los Santos, who graduated in 2015 with a degree in political science, was one of the recipients announced by the Rhodes Trust on November 19. "The Rhodes nomination is as much a reflection on the people around us, the people who raised us, as it is a reflection of the scholars themselves", Ko said.