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Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein expects to be fired

The president's allies have also been critical of Rosenstein, suggesting he was complicit in what they say are abuses of power by members of the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation - though some prominent Republicans have previously cautioned the president against firing him.

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China plans import tariff cuts as soon as October

Bloomberg's Enda Curran reports on "Bloomberg Markets: China Open". President Donald Trump has taken a tough stance against the communist regime of China, a regime that Trump believes has been ripping America off in trade deals for far too long.

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Defence Minister lying on Rafale: Rahul Gandhi

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday demanded that the BJP-led Central government come clean on the Rafale deal in light of former French president Francois Hollande's purported statement "directly contradicting" its stand.

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Police arrest man in stabbing death of DC jogger with Florida ties

Late Wednesday night, police took a suspect in for questioning. "She was just engaged last week", Moore said. After she was stabbed, Wendy Martinez made her way into a Chinese American restaurant. Martinez, the chief of staff at FiscalNote , was described as an avid jogger who lived near Logan Circle , a popular D.C. neighborhood Newsham described as "very safe".

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'Multiple victims' reported at shooting in Maryland business park

Others said they helped the wounded, one person tying blood-soaked jeans around a man's injured leg in a bid to stop the bleeding. The suspect appeared to be "armed with one handgun and several magazines", Gahler said, adding that the weapon was owned and registered to her.

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Indo-Pak talks: Imran Khan makes his disappointment public

He also compared the Indian leadership to "small men occupying big offices who do not have the vision to see the larger picture". Long-time watchers of the subcontinent can recall several earlier instances where the hidden "foreign hand" either directly or indirectly pushed Pakistan into rapprochement or compromise with India.

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Cruz, O'Rourke's First Debate In Dallas

However national Republicans have become increasingly skittish about the race. The debate , the first of three scheduled between the two candidates, will be held Friday evening at Southern Methodist University in Dallas and will focus on domestic policy.

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SPOs killed in Valley, India calls off talks with Pakistan

Barely 24 hours after agreeing to the engagement, the government Friday called off a meeting between the foreign ministers of India and Pakistan in NY, citing the brutal killings of three policemen in Jammu and Kashmir and Islamabad releasing postage stamps "glorifying" Kashmiri militant Burhan Wani .

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Trump assails Kavanaugh accuser, ditching GOP strategy

Ford has alleged that while she and Kavanaugh were at a house party in the early 1980s, when the two were in high school, Kavanaugh drunkenly pinned her to a bed, groped her and put his hand over her mouth to stifle her screams as he tried to take off her clothes.

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Bill Nelson: FBI needs to investigate Brett Kavanaugh sex accusations

Donald Trump has said it would be "very hard" to imagine anything happened between his supreme court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh , and Christine Blasey Ford , the woman who has accused him of sexual assault decades ago. In light of these allegations , the senate's vote on Kavanaugh has been delayed. "It starts at age 18 and comes forward". His accuser, Christine Blasey Ford , has also been invited to testify.

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Shark victim was on annual Whitsundays holiday

A woman in her mid-30s was being transported to hospital in a serious but stable condition this evening after being bitten by a shark while swimming in the Whitsundays. However, by pure coincidence, one of her rescuers was an emergency department doctor, whose actions saved her life. Of these, two people died. A girl has been attacked by a shark at the same Queensland island where a Tasmanian mother was mauled less than 24 hours earlier .

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North Korea willing to 'permanently dismantle' Yongbyon nuclear site

After two days of talks in Pyongyang, Moon and Kim on Wednesday signed a joint declaration to rid the Korean Peninsula of nuclear weapons, with the North inviting worldwide observers to witness the dismantling of the Tongchang-ri missile test site.

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Christine Blasey Ford's family publishes letter of support

Blasey Ford and so grateful to her for coming forward and sharing her story", said Sarah Burgess, from the class of 2005, who stood flanked by fellow alumnae and lawmakers. Republicans said late Tuesday they were considering hiring outside attorneys, presumably including women, to question the witnesses. Ford's lawyers said her testimony Monday "is not possible and the committee's insistence that it occur then is arbitrary in any event".

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Trump says U.S. considering permanent military presence…

Poland's interest is longstanding, and is of a piece with broader concern in the region about Russian Federation. "I would very much like for us to set up a permanent base in Poland, which we would call Fort Trump", Polish President Andrzej Duda said Tuesday in a joint press conference at the White House .

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McCaskill to ‘Set Aside’ Sexual Assault Allegations When Making Kavanaugh Decision

One problem: As with the the doctored video that Warren's leftist colleague Kamala Harris tried peddling about Kavanaugh, Warren got caught. Trump, a Republican, won Missouri in the 2016 presidential election. It was not clear where and when Ford had identified Smyth as being present at the party. His denial tracks with what Mark Judge , the person Dr.

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Kavanaugh accuser wants Federal Bureau of Investigation probe before she will testify

He added: "I can only say this, he is such an outstanding man, very hard for me to imagine that anything happened". Mr. Trump said he relied on the Senate to resolve the accusation, which Judge Kavanaugh denied . They were already under the wire to get Kavanaugh on the court by the October 1 Supreme Court term, which would allow them to campaign on that success for November's midterm elections.

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India bans instant divorce by Muslim men

The Supreme Court has already banned the practice, " Indian Law Minister, Ravi Prasad told the media in the national capital, hailing it as a major victory for Muslim women. "The government's ordinance does not care two hoots about how Muslim women, whose so called errant husbands would be facing a stiff prison term, would earn their sustenance for themselves or their children", she continued.

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The FBI did investigate Anita Hill's accusation, and it took 3 days

Speaking to reporters as he left the White House for a trip to visit flood damage in North Carolina, Trump said he "really wants to see" Christine Blasey Ford testify on Monday. But Trump said ahead of his news conference, "I don't think the Federal Bureau of Investigation should be involved because they don't want to be involved".

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus signs letter supporting Brett Kavanaugh accuser

Both Kavanaugh and Judge have both vehemently denied Ford's allegations , which could derail Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination. "The Judiciary Committee should treat this with the seriousness it deserves, in a way that is fair to both the individual making the accusation and the judge himself", Cornyn said in a statement .

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At least 14 confirmed dead as typhoon Mangkhut leaves Philippine territory

In the Philippines , the typhoon is locally known as Ompong. Nearly 900 flights were canceled in Hong Kong on Sunday, and bus and ferry services was suspended, the Hong Kong government said . In the Philippines, it is thought to have killed over 50 people, with gusts reaching around 190 miles per hour (305 kmph), although the death toll is rising as more reports come in.

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Trump hails 'exciting' agreements by North Korea's Kim

North Korea has agreed to allow global inspectors to observe a " permanent dismantlement " of its key missile facilities, according to South Korea's President Moon Jae-in. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's promise to visit Seoul in coming months is the latest in a series of surprises and departures from the past that appear to show he's different from his late father, the previous leader.

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Russian Federation spat over North Korea sanctions at United Nations security council

It is reported that the report provides countless examples of coal supply from DPRK to China, the organizers tried to use the most hard routes for observation. The United States on Monday accused Russian Federation of "cheating" on UN sanctions against North Korea with plans for a railway project, oil transfers and ongoing business dealings with Pyongyang.

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Kavanaugh Accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, Willing to Testify Before Senate

Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans first resisted, then agreed to, a public hearing featuring both of them, under oath, in the crosswinds of the #MeToo movement and the November 6 elections. Republicans could, however, try to get a direct full-Senate vote on Kavanaugh's confirmation. If the vote comes down to a tie, Vice President Mike Pence would vote to break the deadlock.

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Strawberry needle scare: Australia probe as 'vicious crime' widens

There had been two affected brands that were known then: Berry Licious and Berry Obsessions, which were sold in Woolworths. The Doonybrook Berries, Love Berry, Delightful Strawberries and Oasis are believed to be sold in NSW, VIC and the ACT.

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South Africa legalises private growing and smoking of weed at home

The Constitutional Court has delivered its long-awaited judgment on the legal status of private marijuana use in South Africa , declaring it legal within the confines of a home. But, private use does have the go-ahead as of Tuesday September 18. "It will not be a criminal offence for an adult person to use or be in possession of cannabis in private for his or her personal consumption", he said, reading the ruling to cheers from the public gallery.