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Martin O'Malley weighing run for DNC chair

In cities around the country, thousands of young people have taken to the streets, to protest the president-elect. Keith Ellison , the Minnesota congressman who is being touted by top Democrats for election as the party committee's new chairman, may not be a household name to many Americans.

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Recreational marijuana legalized in California, Nevada, Massachusetts

North Dakota has been the second state to approve medical marijuana, and they have also approved the use of cannabis to treat certain diseases like AIDS, cancer, epilepsy and hepatitis C. Marijuana was originally legalized in 2012 by the states of Colorado as well as Washington State. State-by-state polls showed most of the measures with a good chance of prevailing.

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Trump Says '100%' With Park on Need to Deter North Korea Threat

There are about 28,500 US troops based in South Korea in combined defence against North Korea. Trump had suggested during the election campaign he would be willing to withdraw US military stationed in South Korea unless Seoul paid a greater share of the cost of the deployment.

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The Connecticut-based Point72 Asset Management Lp has invested 0.02% in Ariad Pharmaceuticals, Inc . From June 1, 2016, ARIAD records royalty revenue based on tiered royalty rates from Iclusig sales in Europe recognized by Incyte . Narrow down focus to other ratios, the co has current ratio of 3.10 that indicates if ARIA lies in 1.3% to 3% then it is acceptable for both active and passive investors, but sometimes its varies industry to industry.

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Boulder teens walk out of class to protest Donald Trump

The high school students joined protesters elsewhere in California and other parts of the nation who took to the streets to demonstrate against Trump's win. "The district prefers that its students are in class and participating", Burress said. Dozens of teens in Boulder walked out of class to protest what they say is Donald Trump's message of hate.

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Supreme Court refuses to issue order on voter intimidation

Bush, and Judge Alice M. Batchelder by George H.W. Bush. But Sunday, an appeals court blocked that order . However, the Supreme Court on Monday refused to reimpose new restrictions, handing a victory to Trump in his battle with his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.

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India scraps high currency notes overnight to fight graft

To assist people in emergency situations, the Rs 500 & Rs 1000 notes can still be used for hospitalisation charges at government hospitals, purchasing bus tickets at government bus stands for travel by state government or state PSU buses, buying train tickets at railway stations, and air tickets at airports.

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Israel to Miss French Peace Conference, Wants Direct Talks

That may be wishful thinking. "The only difference was that Trump promised to move the USA ambassador to Jerusalem while Clinton kept silent". Israel, however, has refused to allow any worldwide actor other than the U.S.to mediate its talks with Palestinians and has condemned Palestinian appeals to global organizations for assistance.

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India scraps its two largest rupee notes in shocking anti-corruption move

There was concern among members of the public about changing larger denomination banknotes for new ones once they expired. Only two customers managed to deposit their money, and a security guard informed the rest that the cash dispenser has reached its limit and would not accept any more.

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Chhattisgarh police register murder case against DU professor Nandini Sundar

Somnath Baghel, a local Congress leader and head of village defence committee established by tribals of Nama - a tiny adivasi habitation under Kumal Kuleng under Darabha block in Bastar district in Chhattisgarh - was hacked to death by armed rebels on the night of November four when he was sleeping in his home.

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Different focuses for Clinton, Trump in final hours

In August, Trump told supporters at a rally in Fairfield that his campaign was "making a big move for the state of CT". Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump won't be in New Hampshire until Monday night, but his daughter and vice presidential candidate Mike Pence were out stumping for votes on Sunday.

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S. Korea prosecutors OK arrest of Park's aides

In other images from the Asia-Pacific region last week, Indonesian police said one person died and seven were injured in clashes in Jakarta that followed a protest by hard-line Muslims demanding the arrest of the capital's minority-Christian governor for alleged blasphemy.

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Philippine mayor Duterte linked to drug trade shot dead

A statement Saturday from the office of Duterte's communications secretary, Martin Andanar, called Espinosa's death "unfortunate". The primary focus of the probe, Sueno said, will be on the circumstances before and during the application of the search warrant against Espinosa.

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Activists fan across N Carolina on early voting's last day

Women break more heavily for Clinton than do men, which seems like a good sign for her. Tim Kaine, were in Florida this weekend. Early voting ended at 1 p.m. There are some cases when it seems pretty clearly predictive, such as in Nevada, where Democrats have built up a big lead thanks to strong support from Hispanic voters.

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Ex-Bill Clinton aide memo roils wife's campaign over ethics

A 13-page memo written in late 2011 by Douglas Band describes work he'd done to raise money for the foundation , and how he pushed foundation donors to cough up big bucks for Bill in addition to the money they gave his so-called charity.

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SA's Zuma, facing no confidence vote at ho

Ramaphosa has a breadth of experience few can match in South Africa. Ms Madonsela had planned to release the report last month, before the end of her seven-year term as South Africa's public protector. Speaking at the risk of being disciplined for bringing the party into disrepute, Carolus said it was not just the details of the Public Protector's report that anxious them.

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U.S. ready to hack Kremlin if Russian Federation interferes with presidential election

Federal and state authorities are beefing up cyber defenses against potential electronic attacks on voting systems ahead of USA elections on November 8, but few are taking new steps to guard against possible civil unrest or violence. Clinton has said that Russian Federation is seeking to ensure her defeat, a contention some US intelligence officials say they believe is supported by the one-sided nature of the leaks.

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Ohio Judge Rules for Temporary Restraining Order Against Trump Campaign

U.S. District Judge James Gwin ruled in a lawsuit filed by the Ohio Democratic Party that anyone who engages in intimidation or harassment inside or near polling places would face contempt of court charges. The restraining order is the result of a lawsuit filed by the Ohio Democratic Party against Trump, Stone, and the Ohio Republican Party. An Ohio Judge ruled on Friday for a temporary restraining order from the state's polling places to be given against the Trump campaign.

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New York police sergeants shot, 1 killed; suspect dead

Officials say Tuozzolo and another sergeant were shot by 35-year-old Manual Rosales, of Long Island. He reportedly broke into the home of his estranged wife, where his three-year-old son, a 13-year-old child, and a 51-year old woman were also present.

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Italy says 2 kidnapped Italians, 1 Canadian freed in Libya

All three men were working on airport projects in Libya's southwestern desert near the border with Algeria when kidnapped, Ghat's mayor said at the time. A number of criminal and extremist groups operate in the area, but it wasn't immediately clear which group was involved in this case or what the motive was.

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One abducted Chibok schoolgirl found by soldiers: Nigerian army

In a brief statement, Col. Sani Kukasheka Usman , spokesman for the Nigerian army, said troops rescued the girl and her son at about 6 a.m. on Saturday while screening escapees in the Sambisa forest, where Boko Haram was believed to be holding hundreds of captives.

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Ryan says he'll seek re-election as speaker

Republicans and Democrats also are wrestling over an open seat in northeastern Wisconsin's 8th Congressional District. Some conservatives in the group do back the speaker. Ryan's reign as the speaker has been tumultuous one. They told the publication that Ryan (R-Wisconsin) lacks enough support to win a run for a full two-year term.

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Trump to campaign in southeast OH on Friday

Long lines of people came out to vote on Saturday, the last day of early voting in North Carolina. Mrs. Clinton will also be in Cleveland Friday at a campaign-related concert with hip-hop artist Jay Z. Mook said Clinton was winning support from the "Hillary Coalition". The Clinton campaign acknowledged that black turnout in the Tarheel State is down 6 percent from 2012.

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Afghan police: Roadside bombing in Helmand kills reporter

The joint operation between Afghan and United States forces began late on Wednesday and killed 26 Taliban fighters, including two prominent commanders, according to local officials. Air Force special operations AC-130 gunship attack a Kunduz hospital run by the medical charity Doctors Without Borders, killing 42 people. "The U.S.

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Iraqi forces attack IS in Mosul from northeast

Asked if the USA knows where Baghdadi is, the spokesman replied, "If we knew where he was he would be killed at once". Shamdasani told reporters on Friday that her office also has reports indicating that four women were killed and 17 other civilians wounded in airstrikes on Wednesday in the Quds neighborhood of eastern Mosul .