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O'Rourke then said he likens impeachment to an indictment. Rep. Beto O'Rourke, D-Texas, said Thursday he has not changed his mind about impeaching President Donald Trump - but Congress should await the finish of special prosecutor Robert Mueller's Russian Federation probe.
  • The Fed's minutes may unlock details about Jerome Powell's ultimate plan

    The Fed's minutes may unlock details about Jerome Powell's ultimate plan

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    After the Fed raised its key policy rate at last month's meeting for the third time this year, the action was immediately assailed by President Donald Trump as a risk to the economy's continued strength under his watch. Under Powell, the Fed has been gradually raising rates as the economy has strengthened as a way to prevent a run-up in inflation. And maybe it's right, maybe it's wrong.
  • Train mows down crowd at India festival, at least 58 dead

    Train mows down crowd at India festival, at least 58 dead

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    Over 50 people are feared dead when a speeding train rammed into gathering of people who were watching Dussehra celebrations near a railway track in Amritsar , Punjab. My government will give Rs 5 lakh to kin of each deceased and free treatment to injured in government and private hospitals. Railway authorities said they had no information about the event and the driver had no time to stop the train as people suddenly entered the tracks.
  • Pocahontas descendant calls for apology from Warren

    Pocahontas descendant calls for apology from Warren

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    If Warren really were the "true leader" she claims to be, Mullin said she would have come out and apologized "to the American people ... saying she has misspoken". Many people called the post offensive and racist . The genealogy group has said it has no conclusive evidence of her ancestry, and a spokesman said Monday it would not comment on the genetic findings.
  • European Union leader's scathing put-down sums up Theresa May's Brexit talks

    European Union leader's scathing put-down sums up Theresa May's Brexit talks

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    Chief EU negotiator Michel Barnier said "much more time" was needed, and that he would continue working " calmly and patiently ". May's official spokesperson said, "We've shown we can do hard deals together constructively". But with talks at an impasse, the bloc has suggested extending that period to provide more time to strike an agreement that ensures the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland remains friction-free.
  • Meghan Markle and Prince Harry talk baby names on Melbourne tram

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry talk baby names on Melbourne tram

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    Videos and pictures circulating all over the internet show the boy casually stroking Prince Harry's beard like it's no big deal before giving hugs to the royal couple . According to Rebecca English, the Daily Mail's royal correspondent and person lucky enough to taste Meghan's bread, it came with chocolate chips and a bit of ginger, and tasted "rather nice".
  • Top US general 'uninjured' in Kandahar attack that killed Afghan general

    Top US general 'uninjured' in Kandahar attack that killed Afghan general

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    Miller was not hurt in the shooting, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation s Resolute Support mission spokesman Colonel Knut Peters said in a statement. At least one other senior Afghan official was killed in the audacious assassination strike that was claimed by the Taliban and underscored the harrowing insecurity in Afghanistan two days before the elections and more than 17 years after the militant group was driven from power.
  • Sabarimala temple reopens amidst protests, violence

    Sabarimala temple reopens amidst protests, violence

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    TV crew working for Arnab Goswami's Republic TV were allegedly attacked by protesters outside the Sabarimala temple on Wednesday as the gates for the temple opened. One 45-year old woman identified as Madhavi who wanted to enter the temple abandoned her attempt after activists prevented her climbing the hill, the Press Trust of India reported.
  • Russian military helps recover crossing point between Syria and Jordan

    Russian military helps recover crossing point between Syria and Jordan

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    With the help of Russian Federation and Iran-backed militias, the Syrian regime has recently reassumed control of the two crossings following fierce battles with armed opposition groups that had held them for the last three years. It also reinforces the Syrian government's message that it is slowly emerging victorious from the seven-year conflict. The U.S. coalition has been backing the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in their push to defeat IS in towns in the eastern countryside ...
  • John Oliver slams Trump's 'bromance' with Saudi Crown Prince

    John Oliver slams Trump's 'bromance' with Saudi Crown Prince

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    That's right, despite all the speculation as to whether WWE would cancel the Crown Jewel event, two more World Cup qualifying matches are set to take place on Raw, which points to the show carrying on as normal. Turkish media reported that the government has audio and video footage confirming that Khashoggi was murdered in the consulate. The Last Week Tonight host dedicated an entire segment to the wealthy middle eastern country, and the WWE's connection to the Kingdom was brought ...