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President Trump Attends the 2018 Army Navy Game
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2018-12-10    50 views
President Donald Trump attended the Army-Navy game on Dec. 8 and did the ceremonial coin toss before the two teams played.

He arrived at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, writing on Twitter it was a "Great honor to be headed to the Army-Navy game today."
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Hospitalized For Carbon Monoxide In Chicago
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2018-12-08    0 views
Firefighters responding to home detect high levels of carbon monoxide.
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US Hiring Steady as Employers Add 155K Jobs
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2018-12-08    0 views
The U.S. monthly jobs report came out today, showing decent growth numbers that suggest the economy is expanding at a solid pace.
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Trump pushes project to reduce violent crime
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2018-12-08    0 views
US President Donald Trump is in Missouri to address a national conference on crime.

Trump is delivering the closing address Friday at the 2018 Project Safe Neighborhoods National Conference in Kansas City, Missouri.

The meeting is sponsored by the Justice Department.
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Victoria University stops anti-China Communist Party film after query
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2018-12-07    2 views
Documents obtained by The Australian reveal that Victoria University (VU) cancelled a film screening that was critical of the Chinese state-backed Confucius Institutes after the local Chinese Consulate sought “feedback” on the event.

According to the report, the cancellation occurred after details of the screening were passed onto consulate officials after concerns were raised by the international director of Victoria University’s Confucius Institute, Professor Colin Clark.

In an email sent to the university's facilities department on Sept. 7, Clark wrote, “I would like to talk to you about a facilities booking from the public that will become a problem for us.”

Three days later on Sept. 10, Clark received an email from Claire Wang, the Chinese director of Victoria University’s Confucius Institute, with instructions on who to contact at the university, information detailing the interests of the Chinese Consulate in the event, and further details of the event. Wang is also a Chinese diplomat, according to The Australian.
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Victoria University stops anti-China Communist Party film after query
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2018-12-07    2 views
Documents obtained by The Australian reveal that Victoria University (VU) cancelled a film screening that was critical of the Chinese state-backed Confucius Institutes after the local Chinese Consulate sought “feedback” on the event.

According to the report, the cancellation occurred after details of the screening were passed onto consulate officials after concerns were raised by the international director of Victoria University’s Confucius Institute, Professor Colin Clark.

In an email sent to the university's facilities department on Sept. 7, Clark wrote, “I would like to talk to you about a facilities booking from the public that will become a problem for us.”

Three days later on Sept. 10, Clark received an email from Claire Wang, the Chinese director of Victoria University’s Confucius Institute, with instructions on who to contact at the university, information detailing the interests of the Chinese Consulate in the event, and further details of the event. Wang is also a Chinese diplomat, according to The Australian.
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Capitol Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony
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2018-12-07    2 views
Speaker Paul Ryan participates in Capitol Christmas Tree lighting ceremony
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Texas says a final farewell to Bush 41
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2018-12-07    0 views
Texas says a final farewell to Bush 41.
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Ride-hailing firm Lyft Inc files for IPO
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2018-12-07    0 views
Ride-hailing service Lyft announced in a press release on Dec. 6, it has filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for an initial public offering (IPO) of its common stock.

Lyft beat it’s rival Uber in registering for an IPO, taking the risk of entering a choppy market that will test investor appetites for high-profile but loss-making technology companies.

The San Francisco based company confidentially submitted a draft registration statement with the SEC.

The IPO is expected to commence after the SEC completes its review process, subject to market and other conditions.

The number of shares to be offered and the price range for the proposed offering have not yet been determined. The company was valued at just over $15 billion earlier this year.

Reuters reported in October that Lyft had chosen JPMorgan Chase & Co, Credit Suisse, and Jefferies as underwriters for its IPO.

The company was set up in 2012 by technology entrepreneurs John Zimmer and Logan Green, 3 years after Travis Kalanick co-founded Uber.
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Texas says a final farewell to Bush 41
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2018-12-07    0 views
Texas says a final farewell to Bush 41.
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Global Stocks Slide on Doubts over US China Trade Deal
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2018-12-06    2 views
Global stock prices fell to one-week lows today, as declines by long-dated U.S. bond yields and a revival of trade concerns increased fears of a downturn in the United States.

U.S. markets are closed today to mourn the death of former President George H.W. Bush but the effect of the earlier losses on Wall Street was felt in Asia and Europe.
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Videos of the day-World Leaders and VIP Guests Attend George HW Bush’s Funeral
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2018-12-06    716 views
World Leaders and VIP Guests Attend George HW Bush’s Funeral
SpaceX launches resupply cargo mission to the ISS
China’s “Muslim Crackdown” Tears Families Apart
Delicious! Architects build edible gingerbread city
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New York Council Members Condemns Alarming Spike in Hate Crime
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2018-12-05    0 views
Late last month, a Columbia University professor said she almost passed out when she opened the door to her office. Vandals had spray-painted two red swastikas and a derogatory word aimed at Jewish people on the wall.

This disturbing incident was not isolated. In a more recent incident, a man wearing a shtreimel—a hat worn by some Hasidic Jewish men—was punched in the head in an unprovoked attack on the sidewalk in Brooklyn. The suspect was arrested and charged with hate crime and assault.
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Apple Stock Downgraded and Dropped 2 Percent
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2018-12-05    0 views
Apple stock dropped 2 percent in pre-market trading today, after being downgraded by HSBC analysts. It was a rough day for stocks...
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Trade Truce Sparks Stock Increase
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2018-12-05    6 views
U.S. stocks surged after the United States and China agreed to a 90-day truce in their trade dispute, sending the Dow up over 400 points at open on Dec. 3.

Global markets saw a boost as world stocks rose nearly 1 percent after the G-20 summit. An agreement was reached between U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping to postpone an increase on trade tariffs that will allow more time to smooth out the long-running dispute.

Credit: NTD and Reuters
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Experts Recommend Screen Time Limits for Parents Too
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2018-12-05    0 views
Parents are always instructed to keep their child’s screen time to a minimum.
But now, experts say screen time limits for parents are a good idea too.
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Bob Dole Stands To Salute Casket
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2018-12-05    6K views
Former Sen. Bob Dole helped from his wheelchair to salute the casket of late former Pres. George H.W. Bush.
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Trumps Arrive At Blair House To Visit Bush Family
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2018-12-05    16K views
President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump visit president Bush, Former First Lady Laura Bush and Bush family at Blair House.
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U.S. gives Russia 60 days to comply with nuclear treaty, Pompeo says
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2018-12-05    2 views
The United States delivered Russia a 60-day ultimatum on Tuesday (December 4) to come clean about what Washington says is a violation of an arms control treaty that keeps missiles out of Europe.

NATO allies led by Germany pressed U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at a meeting in Brussels to give diplomacy one last chance before Washington pulls out of the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, fearing a new arms race in Europe.

In turn, NATO foreign ministers agreed to formally declare Russia in "material breach" of the INF treaty in a statement in support of the United States.

Russia denies undertaking any such development of land-based, intermediate-range Cruise missile capable of carrying nuclear warheads and hitting European cities at short notice.

While NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said there would now be an intense diplomatic push to try to convince Russia to give up what Pompeo said were "multiple battalions of the SSC-8 missiles", Washington is set to pull out in February.

Credit: Reuters
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Chinese Regime tried to block us from parade, says Falun Gong
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2018-12-04    8 views
The Chinese Consulate allegedly tried to remove the practitioners of the Falun Gong spiritual discipline from a popular Christmas Pageant in Perth, Australia, on Dec. 1, sparking concerns over the Chinese communist regime's influence in Australia and a persecution still taking place in China.

Falun Gong, also known as Falun Dafa, is a traditional Chinese meditation practice that follows the principles of truthfulness, compassion, and tolerance. It has been heavily persecuted in China by the Chinese communist regime since 1999.
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Space Crew Docked Safely With Space Station
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2018-12-04    6 views
Three spaceflyers launched on Monday (December 3) to the International Space Station (ISS) abort a Russian Soyuz rocket.

NASA astronaut Anne McClain, Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques and Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko took off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

Theirs is the first ISS mission since October when two other spaceflyers had to abort their launch when their Soyuz rocket malfunctioned.

Credit: Reuters
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Trade Truce Sparks Stock Increase
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2018-12-04    0 views
U.S. stocks surged after the United States and China agreed to a 90-day truce in their trade dispute, sending the Dow up over 400 points at open on Dec. 3.

Global markets saw a boost as world stocks rose nearly 1 percent after the G-20 summit. An agreement was reached between U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping to postpone an increase on trade tariffs that will allow more time to smooth out the long-running dispute.

Credit: NTD and Reuters
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Sydney Students Gather at Martin Place to Protest Climate Change
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2018-12-03    0 views
Sydney students were among the thousands of young people around Australia who went on strike on Friday, November 30, to protest the government’s inaction on climate change.

Students skipped school and gathered at Martin Place to campaign for a greater political focus on addressing climate change. Special mention was made in opposition to the Adani coal mine after it was announced on November 29 that the controversial site would go ahead.

A student addressed the crowd saying: “I want to meet with my local member of parliament and ask her to care about young people’s future more and I want her to take us seriously by saying she’ll agree to 100 percent renewables, supporting solar panel farms and, to stop new coal mines like the Adani coal mine.”

“If they don’t listen to us we need to keep acting, rallying, talking to people, doing everything we can until they do care about our future,” the student said.

Students in Melbourne, the Gold Coast and other parts of the country also protested for the cause.

Credit: School Strike 4 Climate via Storyful
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Mexico's new president takes aim at violence during first day in office
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2018-12-03    12 views
On his first full day in office, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador defended a plan to end lawlessness with a new national guard, an initiative that risks upsetting some supporters who favour a less militarized approach.

In a Sunday (December 2) morning speech, Mexico's first leftist president in decades continued to pivot from an emphasis during the campaign on peaceful reconciliation and even amnesty for some involved in the country's grueling drug war to a more traditional approach defined by more soldiers and police.

Lopez Obrador was flanked by generals at a military base in the capital while emphasizing that his security policy will also respect human rights.

Credit: Reuters
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Paris buckles up for more 'yellow vest' protests
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2018-12-03    2 views
France's ongoing 'yellow vest' protests against a diesel tax rise and higher living costs have exposed divides in French society. As Francis Maguire reports, many protesters see President Macron's initial unyielding response as proof of his distance from them.
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Hundreds of Santas Skiing for a Good Cause
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2018-12-03    0 views
More than 200 people donned Santa Claus costumes and skis to hit the slopes for the 19th annual "Santa Sunday" in Maine, this past weekend (December 2).

The slopes and lifts at the Sunday River resort were packed with revelers sporting Santa's signature red suit with white trim.

This year's event raised $4,000 for local charities, according the resort's website.

While some skiers went as far as to sport fake Santa inspired beards, others chose to embody the mythical figure's jolly persona.

The "Santas" could be heard bellowing "Ho. Ho. Ho" and ringing bells as they skied and snowboarded down the mountain.

Credit: Reuters
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Paris buckles up for more 'yellow vest' protests
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2018-12-02    4K views
France's ongoing 'yellow vest' protests against a diesel tax rise and higher living costs have exposed divides in French society. As Francis Maguire reports, many protesters see President Macron's initial unyielding response as proof of his distance from them.
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Caravan Migrants Moving to Better Camp; Shelter, Food Costing $25,000 Per Day-update
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2018-12-02    523 views
Heavy rainfall forced the caravan migrants out of the sports complex shelter, leaving it in mud.

On Nov. 30, a shelter with improved conditions was provided to the migrants.

Tijuana’s Mayor, Juan Manuel Gastélum said the migrants are costing the city about $25,000 a day.
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Report Says Pending US Home Sales Fell in October
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2018-12-01    0 views
In a report published today, the National Association of Realtors said contracts to buy previously owned U.S. homes fell in October.

Fewer people signed contracts in October to purchase homes, as higher mortgage rates have affected affordability, and dampened enthusiasm among prospective buyers.
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Trump Arrives In Argentina For G20 Summit
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2018-11-30    32 views
President Trump arrives in Buenos Aires, Argentina with First Lady Melania Trump, to attend the G20 Summit
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Plane Crashes on Kennesaw State University in Georgia
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2018-11-30    2K views
A small plane crashed on the Kennesaw State University campus in Kennesaw, Georgia, on Thursday evening, November 29.

The Cobb County Police Department said, when they arrived, the two people inside the plane were conscious and alert, and that no other injuries were reported.

Credit: Dallas Satterfield via Storyful
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Hugh Jackman to embark on world tour
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2018-11-30    14 views
Hugh Jackman is about to embark on his first world tour.

Most well-known for his role as Wolverine in the X-Men film series, Hugh Jackman will be performing at arenas mostly reserved for pop, rock, and rap stars.
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Powell Speech Raises Dow 600 Points
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2018-11-29    4 views
Financial markets are hoping the Federal Reserve will slow or pause its interest rate hikes in 2019. The Fed’s recent projections forecast it would raise rates in December for the fourth time this year, followed by three more hikes next year.
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Nearly 30 Whales Die After Mass Beaching at Gippsland, Victoria
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2018-11-29    19 views
At least 28 whales died after a mass beaching event on a remote strip of Victoria’s East Gippsland on Tuesday and Wednesday, November 27 and 28.

The 27 pilot whales and a humpback whale were discovered on Tuesday afternoon at Wingan Inlet, which is located in the Croajingolong National Park, according to ABC. Shark warnings were issued for the area due to the carcasses.
Victoria’s Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning and Parks (DELWP) had sent wildlife experts and a vet to the area via a helicopter. They said 24 of the whales died on Tuesday and the remaining four died the following day.

Nine reported this was the state’s worst beaching in more than 30 years. The cause of the beaching was unclear but marine mammal expert Kate Charlton-Robb told Nine it could be related to seismic activity or illness.

On Thursday, two additional pilot whales were found dead on Big Beach in Mallacoota, which is approximately 30 km up the coast from Wingan Inlet, according to a media release from Parks Victoria. Incident controller Stephen Young said there was no clear evidence to suggest the incident was related to the earlier stranding.

Earlier in the week, six pygmy whales were found stranded on a beach in New Zealand’s North Island and over 100 pilot whales were reportedly beached on Rakiura, an island south of the New Zealand South Island.

Credit: Parks Victoria via Storyful
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Holiday Train Show on schedule for a fantastical ride through New York City
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2018-11-29    0 views
All aboard! The Holiday Train Show is on track at the New York Botanical Garden in New York City.

About a dozen large-scale model trains twist and turn through iconic New York City neighborhoods and past more than 175 New York City landmarks, including the Brooklyn Bridge, Radio City Music Hall and the World Trade Center.

The Holiday Train Show has become a beloved New York tradition that entertains both children and adults.

"This year in 2018, it's our 27th annual Holiday Train Show here at the New York Botanical Garden. Visitors to the garden will be immersed in a holiday wonderland," said Joanna Groarke, the New York Botanical Garden's director of public engagement & library exhibitions curator.

New this year is a landscape of Lower Manhattan. The One World Trade Center building was made using tree bark and features twinkling lights.

Groarke said, "All of the buildings are created using a framework and then pieces of plants - leaves, pine cones, seeds, nutshells are actually affixed to the buildings to provide all of the detail, all of the mullions in the windows, all of the pediment decorations, columns. Every architectural detail is made from plants."

The Holiday Train Show will run through January 21, 2019.
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2018 National Christmas tree lighting ceremony
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2018-11-28    6 views
The 96th National Christmas tree lighting ceremony took place on the Ellipse in President’s Park on Wednesday, Nov.28.
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The 96th National Christmas tree lighting ceremony
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2018-11-28    0 views
The 96th National Christmas tree lighting ceremony took place on the Ellipse in President’s Park on Wednesday, Nov.28.
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CI Panel
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2018-11-28    0 views
A group of China experts gathered in Sydney Australia on Thursday, Nov 15, to discuss the agenda and impact of Confucius Institutes in Australia and other developed countries.

Ms. Sheng Xue, a Chinese-Canadian journalist, writer, poet, and commentator on current affairs.

The event was hosted by the UTS Social and Political Sciences Program and Australian Values Alliance.
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Lord and Taylor Closing Historic Flagship Location
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2018-11-28    11 views
Lord & Taylor is closing its historic Fifth Avenue location in January 2019, after one final blowout sale. The store just under 105 years old is famous for its Christmas holiday crowd-pleasing window displays.

The extravagant display will be missed by many New Yorkers and tourists. Holiday window gazers will soon have to turn to the store's competitors to satisfy their winter wonderland desires. Around 40 Lord & Taylor locations will continue to operate.