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Trump said that he had already talked to the Russian president since the victory in the USA election but did not go into further details. He voiced support for Trump's own disparagement of the "reset" with Russia that Clinton had promoted in 2009 after becoming secretary of state with a symbolic red button that she gave Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, her Russian counterpart.
  • Trump shifts on prosecuting Clinton, opposing climate deal, supporting torture

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    President-elect Donald Trump appears to be softening his tone on whether climate change is real and on his stated plans to scrap the recent multinational agreement to limit carbon emissions. In a meeting with the New York Times Tuesday, Donald Trump backed away from some of his most prominent campaign stances: appointing a special prosecutor to investigate Hillary Clinton , the reinstitution of torture in the war on terror and pulling the us out of the Paris climate accord .
  • Dispatch recording details response to finding Sherri Papini

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    The comments by Sheila Koester came as authorities searched for two armed women they believe abducted 34-year-old Sherri Papini on November 2 then released her alongside an interstate early Thursday. Dispatchers and officers can be heard in an audio clip obtained by The Sacramento Bee discussing Papini's condition, moments after California Highway Patrol found her near Interstate 5 before dawn on Thursday.
  • Haitians Finally Voting For New President In Long-Delayed Election

    Haitians Finally Voting For New President In Long-Delayed Election

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    Supporters of the Tet Kale party of former President Michel Martelly sent out text messages insisting that their presidential candidate, Jovenel Moise, was victorious in Sunday's balloting and that no second round would be needed. He said officials would examine complaints by people who couldn't find their names on voter lists. In remarks to the press, CEP chief Leopold Berlange said that two polling places, one in Roseau and the other in Valiere, did not open because they did not receive ...
  • Microsoft CEO Hints At 'Ultimate Mobile Device'

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    This is basically why there seems to be a lot of smartphones that somewhat resemble an Apple iPhone. There is a huge $400 discount on the Surface Pro 4 , meaning you only need $599.99 to grab yourself this wonderful device. Unsurprisingly, it all comes with a price and the Surface Pro 5 will carry a hefty price tag. Certainly, it's conceivable that the new Surface Books implement updated components that address issues with the earlier machines and enabling a trade-in program would be one way ...
  • Things to Know for Thursday

    Things to Know for Thursday

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    An Iraqi special forces fighter moves between buildings near the front line during fighting with Islamic State militants, in eastern Mosul, Iraq, Tuesday, Nov. A few weeks ago, a person inside Mosul began to send text messages to Iraqi military intelligence in Baghdad. That would tighten their grip on the east of the city although much tough fighting could still lie ahead when they cross the Tigris River and take on IS in the narrow streets of the old city on its west bank.
  • Hillary being pushed to seek vote recount in 3 states

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    A growing number of intellects and activists are calling U.S. authorities to audit or recount the vote in key states like Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, reports The Guardian . And no hard evidence of hacking has been brought forward. During a meeting with The New York Times on Tuesday, Trump appeared to flip-flop on the system he had called "genius" in a tweet the week before .
  • PM Najib warns protesters over violence ahead of demonstration

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    The ringgit, the Malaysian currency, is worth slightly less than a US quarter. Police estimated the Bersih crowd at 15,500. The demonstration is unlikely to have a direct impact, but more likely be an "important incremental part of creating" an anti-Najib social coalition, according to Wong Chin Huat, a Fellow at the Penang Institute.
  • Hundreds Protest Dakota Access Pipeline in Downtown Sacramento

    Hundreds Protest Dakota Access Pipeline in Downtown Sacramento

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    The protestors are standing in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux tribe of North Dakota, which is protesting the pipeline being built near tribal lands. Today the pipeline company, Energy Transfer, asked a federal court to allow it to continue construction in the area. "We need to hold them accountable and the only way to do that is this right here!" She wanted to show her support for the Standing Rock Sioux.