• Weather Alert Day: Morning Snow And Rain Across Southern Colorado
Weather Alert Day: Morning Snow And Rain Across Southern Colorado

Thursday looks partly to mostly cloudy and even warmer. By Tuesday , skies will become partly sunny and we will see another day of below average temperatures. We are watching another cold front that should come into the area sometime Sunday into Monday with wet weather chances. The front will pass through Friday morning, bringing an end to ...

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  • Messi: Dybala and I don't combine well
Messi: Dybala and I don't combine well

Messi and Argentina will be back in action on Tuesday against Spain in an global friendly match, having beaten Italy 2-0 on Friday without their captain. Sampaoli said his task with Messi was "to learn how to accompany him", adding Messi was "open" to however he could best help his country. "We spoke about what he said".

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  • Cambridge Analytica formally accused of violating USA election laws
Cambridge Analytica formally accused of violating USA election laws

Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie pictured at a news conference in London , on March 26, 2018. He added that he didn't remember the national projects but regionally, CA was active. "They have lied. They must apologise to the nation", Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said. Wylie told the UK Parliament that the Congress part...

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  • Israeli police question Netanyahu over alleged corruption
Israeli police question Netanyahu over alleged corruption

Netanyahu is suspected of awarding regulatory favours to Bezeq Telecom Israel in return for favourable coverage on a news site controlled by the company's owner. Police have yet to make a recommendation about charges in the case. The family of the Palestinian child, now in custody for several months already, should consider appealing the Israeli ...

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  • Ball-tampering scandal: Australian cricketfaces huge backlash
Ball-tampering scandal: Australian cricketfaces huge backlash

That said, cricket remains tied to gentlemanly ideals and the myth of "fair play". The ICC suspended Smith for one Test and docked his entire match fee while Bancroft got a 75 percent fine and three demerit points. He also, however, spoke out against the practice of "sledging" opponents, something Lehmann and his team have defended as part of the...

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  • CA AG Becerra to Sue Trump Admin over 'Illegal' Census Citizenship Question
CA AG Becerra to Sue Trump Admin over 'Illegal' Census Citizenship Question

Democrats have raised concerns that adding the question would result in an inaccurate population count because it would discourage some immigrants from filling out the questionnaire given the Trump administration's crackdown on those in the country illegally.

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  • Dublin to expel Russian diplomat after poisoning
Dublin to expel Russian diplomat after poisoning

It warned that there would be a tit-for-tat response to those countries "pandering to British authorities" without, Moscow claims, fully understanding what had happened. Tweeted Foreign Minister Bishop, "Australia is expelling 2 #Russian diplomats in response to nerve agent attack in #UK - an illegal and shocking act in blatant breach of global r...

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  • Thousands to march against gun violence state and nation-wide
Thousands to march against gun violence state and nation-wide

Last week, students from more than 3,000 schools took to the streets from Washington to Los Angeles and from NY to Parkland on National Walkout Day to call for action against gun violence. A Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Monday showed that 64 percent of 18- to 29-year-olds said they would vote on November 6; 27 percent said they would not.

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  • Kashmir, other issues can be resolved through talks: Pakistan High Commissioner
Kashmir, other issues can be resolved through talks: Pakistan High Commissioner

With Indian diplomats in Pakistan continuing to face harassment and intimidation, New Delhi on Thursday sent yet another note verbale to Islamabad seeking an investigation into all these incidents. We owe it to our next generations. Zafar Akbar Butt thanked the people and political leadership of Pakistan for extending unconditional support to...

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  • When, Where & How To Watch Stormy Daniels' Interview On '60 Minutes'
When, Where & How To Watch Stormy Daniels' Interview On '60 Minutes'

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford , told her story long before Trump was elected president: In 2011, she gave an interview to the tabloid In Touch . The payment has become the subject of complaints to the Justice Department and the Federal Election Commission. Daniels alleges that she and Trump had sex once in a Lake Tahoe, Nevad...

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  • Policeman dies in pre-election bombing in Egypt
Policeman dies in pre-election bombing in Egypt

The attack came just days before Egypt's presidential election, in which Abdel Fatah al-Sisi is virtually certain to be re-elected. Five other people wounded in the blast were being treated in the city's military hospital, the official said.

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  • Final liquidation begins at Toys R Us stores
Final liquidation begins at Toys R Us stores

All store events are canceled including Babies First Easter events. You will not earn any new points, even if they show up in your account. Now that the store's days are numbered, in a business move that many shoppers did not see coming, mom and pop toy shops believe this may open the door for local businesses to thrive.

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  • Gun Control March Set For Saturday
Gun Control March Set For Saturday

As of mid-afternoon on the East Coast, when most of the marches were over, the National Rifle Association had yet to post a single tweet - about the marches or anything else. On Thursday evening, NRA TV posted a clip on its YouTube channel entitled "A march for their lies" where the host addressed the Parkland students and said that if their ...

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  • Puigdemont and his allies face 30 years in Spanish jail
Puigdemont and his allies face 30 years in Spanish jail

Riot police used batons to keep the demonstrators away from the federal government offices in Barcelona. Judge Pablo Llarena accused Puigdemont - now in self-imposed exile in Belgium - of organising the independence referendum in October a year ago despite a ban from Madrid and "grave risk of violent incidents".

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  • BJP number in Rajya Sabha: NDA consolidates tally
BJP number in Rajya Sabha: NDA consolidates tally

The BJP , which earlier held 54 seats in the Rajya Sabha , has now increased its standing to 69 seats in the House. Following the developments on Friday, the BJP led NDA now has 87 seats in the 245 seat Rajya Sabha. Overall, the BJP is in a comfortable position with 15 Chief Ministers and coalitions in 21 States. He thanked the legislators and ...

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  • Palestinian Teen Ahed Tamimi Sentenced To Eight Months In Prison
Palestinian Teen Ahed Tamimi Sentenced To Eight Months In Prison

Her mother Nariman was sentenced to eight months in prison in addition to a fine of 6,000 shekels ($1,724) and a three-year suspended sentence for assisting in assaulting a soldier, obstructing a soldier and incitement. In Thursday's interview, Lasky suggested that, if the trial had been carried out correctly, Tamimi would have been released af...

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  • Volunteers rescue five of 150 Hamelin Bay beached whales
Volunteers rescue five of 150 Hamelin Bay beached whales

The carcasses were reported by a commercial fisherman at 6am Friday, lying approximately 1km north of the Hamelin Bay boat ramp near the town of Augusta. "This has often been the case in previous mass strandings", the department wrote. According to the Department of Fisheries, some of the whales are still alive but a lot of them are dead on the s...

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  • Trump memo bans most transgender troops
Trump memo bans most transgender troops

Protests erupted and transgender troops took the policy to federal courts which halted its implementation. In October, a judge in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia temporarily blocked Trump's ban and said the reasoning behind it was most likely unconstitutional because it represented a "disapproval of transgender people ...

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  • United States and China clash at UN rights forum on Beijing text
United States and China clash at UN rights forum on Beijing text

China accused the United States of "repeatedly abusing" worldwide trade rules, as Beijing braced on Thursday (March 22) for an imminent announcement from US President Donald Trump slapping more tariffs on Chinese imports. "We must take all necessary measures to firmly defend our rights and interests". A popular Chinese state-run newspaper h...

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  • United States lawmakers in race to finalise spending Bill
United States lawmakers in race to finalise spending Bill

The legislation has some appealing provisions to conservatives with its $80 billion increase this year to the military budget and more border security funding. Several of these priorities have been the focus of JUF's federal advocacy efforts since last year's Washington DC Advocacy Mission and are big wins for our community.

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  • Russian Federation tension: British diplomats leave Moscow
Russian Federation tension: British diplomats leave Moscow

Late on Thursday, in a boost for British Prime Minister Theresa May, the 28-member European Union collectively condemned the attack on a former Russian spy and said it was "highly likely" Moscow was responsible. "In these hard circumstances I am personally especially pleased that despite the tough Brexit negotiations, the European Union has demon...

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  • Turkey's Plans to Expand Syria Campaign Draw US Condemnation
Turkey's Plans to Expand Syria Campaign Draw US Condemnation

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the two-month Afrin campaign was the "most important phase" of the military operation launched January 20, which is aimed at driving Syrian Kurdish forces out of areas along the border. According to Syrian official news agency SANA, the Foreign Ministry has voiced strong protest to Turkey's "illegitimate" takeo...

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  • Miss. governor names state's first female senator to replace retiring Cochran
Miss. governor names state's first female senator to replace retiring Cochran

The announcement was made in Hyde-Smith's hometown of Brookhaven Wednesday afternoon. With both of the Magnolia State's US Senate seats now in play in the fall, she writes, the Republican Party's ambitions to retain control of the Senate look increasingly shaky.

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  • UK compares 2018 WC with Hitler's Olympics
UK compares 2018 WC with Hitler's Olympics

Johnson said Britain was doing all it could to ensure the safety of England fans and had been coordinating with the Russian police in recent months. He said: "I think the comparison with 1936 is certainly right". "There's absolutely no way I would be going to Russian Federation to watch the national team". Russian authorities have said repeated...

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  • India says 39 workers abducted in Iraq in 2014 are confirmed dead
India says 39 workers abducted in Iraq in 2014 are confirmed dead

As a labourer, he worked there at a company for 10 months before being captured by the ISIS in June 2014. Indian authorities then sent DNA samples from relatives of the missing workers. Congress MP Sashi Tharoor too targeted the government for "giving false hope to the nation". After questions were raised over the government's confirmation, the m...

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  • Spy poisoning row: Expelled Russian diplomats leave London embassy
Spy poisoning row: Expelled Russian diplomats leave London embassy

The US and European powers say they share Britain's belief that Russian Federation is culpable for the poisoning though they given no indication of what they will do about it. The Russian Foreign Ministry called Britain's accusations "speculative and baseless". He said each lab has its own chemical "signature", allowing experts to trace its origin.

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  • PM Modi congratulates Angela Merkel on her re-election
PM Modi congratulates Angela Merkel on her re-election

German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday sharply criticized U.S. President Donald Trump's plan to introduce tariffs on steel and aluminum imports and warned Washington that the European Union was ready to take countermeasures if necessary.

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  • South Korea to send K-pop singers to Pyongyang in late March
South Korea to send K-pop singers to Pyongyang in late March

In 1985, South Korean musicians held their first concert in Pyongyang as part of cultural exchanges. Since 2003, Red Velvet will be the first all-girl group performing in North Korea after Baby VOX. It will be the act's first-ever Stateside showcase and their first time in Chicago, though they have previously performed in several other cities i...

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  • Time magazine points to Russian Federation as driver of Venezuelan Petro
Time magazine points to Russian Federation as driver of Venezuelan Petro

Maduro said this was a sign that Trump was "scared" of the petro's supposed power, and proof that the South American nation was "on the right track". The Venezuelan government referred to the United States ban as "gross meddling" and tantamount to "new imperial aggression" against its "financial and economic system".

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  • Israel Admits Bombing Syrian Nuclear Reactor in 2007, Warns Iran
Israel Admits Bombing Syrian Nuclear Reactor in 2007, Warns Iran

The Israeli military's announcement was followed by a release of newly declassified materials including photographs and cockpit video said to show the moment an air strike destroyed the Al-Kubar facility in the desert near Deir-al-Zor, more than 480km inside Syria .

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  • Storm Team 11 Forecast: Rain changes to snow overnight
Storm Team 11 Forecast: Rain changes to snow overnight

Philadelphia, New York City and Boston should all pick up about a foot of snow, the weather service said. There is uncertainty in the long-range forecast, but computer models suggest that an area of high pressure lodged to the north of the country could allow colder air to stream across Britain.

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  • Verdict in another fodder scam case against Lalu on Thursday
Verdict in another fodder scam case against Lalu on Thursday

In 2013, Prasad was convicted in the first fodder scam case involving withdrawal of Rs 37.7 crore from the Chaibasa treasury. Remarkably, the Special Court of Shivpal Singh was to pronounce final judgment in the fodder scam case related to Dumka Treasury on Saturday, but it was once again deferred as the concerned judge of Special CBI Court S...

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  • Key figure in Japan land scandal to testify
Key figure in Japan land scandal to testify

Abe added that the contents in the pre-doctored documents "don't include anything that would overturn (my testimony) that we've got nothing to do (with the land sale)". Why did the scandal resurface? He also said passages citing Akie and other lawmakers made up "only a portion" of the documents and that they were deleted nearly completely in the...

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  • Lie detector test shows Stormy Daniels truthful about Trump affair
Lie detector test shows Stormy Daniels truthful about Trump affair

A quick catch-up for those not across this whole debacle: Trump and Daniels reportedly had a sexual encounter (christ) in 2006, after meeting at a celebrity golf tournament in Nevada. Polygraph tests, commonly called "lie detector tests", supposedly detect whether or not a person is being truthful by measuring various physical responses, includ...

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  • Trump faces lawsuits from former Playboy model and former 'Apprentice' contestant
Trump faces lawsuits from former Playboy model and former 'Apprentice' contestant

At the request of Zervos' lawyers, Trump's campaign agreed in March to preserve all documents it might have concerning allegations that Trump touched Zervos and nine other women inappropriately. Trump also faces a lawsuit by porn actress Stormy Daniels to end an agreement under which she was paid $US130,000 in what she called hush money to keep qui...

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  • Ex-Playmate sues tabloid publisher for burying Trump story
Ex-Playmate sues tabloid publisher for burying Trump story

McDougal also said she's been asked by BuzzFeed Inc.to preserve documents for a defamation lawsuit filed by Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen against the news website . Representatives for AMI did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the lawsuit. Now, McDougal seeks to void her contract with AMI. She rejected Trump's clai...

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  • Ski chairlift goes backwards at high speed, flings riders off
Ski chairlift goes backwards at high speed, flings riders off

A pregnant woman from Sweden and a tourist from Ukraine were seriously injured in the incident. Individuals hurt in yesterday's ski-lift accident in Georgia's winter resort of Gudauri are still recovering. AN OUT-OF-CONTROL ski lift sent people flying through the air and left eight injured when carriages ploughed into each other. Loca...

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  • Putin wins fourth term with record vote
Putin wins fourth term with record vote

Putin, who has ruled Russian Federation for nearly two decades, recorded his best ever election performance with 76.66 per cent of the vote but rejected the possibility of staying in power indefinitely. This is the first vote that children have also been used in campaigning, with schools holding referendums or parent conferences on election day...

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  • Britain, EU agree to terms on Brexit transition plan
Britain, EU agree to terms on Brexit transition plan

Britain says an EU-UK free trade deal to be sealed by 2021 can do that. The UK has reached a joint legal agreement with the European Union on the legal terms of a Brexit transition deal, a milestone development in the tortured negotiations to extricate Britain from the bloc.

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  • Jim Carrey blasted over Sarah Sanders portrait
Jim Carrey blasted over Sarah Sanders portrait

Along with the painting, Carrey tweeted the caption: "This is the portrait of a so-called Christian whose only goal in life is to lie for the wicked". In a 2017 interview with W magazine, Carrey, whose films seemed to dominate the box office in the '90's and early 2000s, revealed he spent the last six years of his life painting and sculpting.

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  • President Trump Issues Executive Order Preventing Any US Involvement With Venezuela's Petro
President Trump Issues Executive Order Preventing Any US Involvement With Venezuela's Petro

Venezuela had over $3 billion blocked in the global financial system due to United States economic sanctions, Venezuelan Foreign Affairs Minister Jorge Arreaza said in December . Mnuchin met with other finance ministers on Monday at the G20 conference in Buenos Aires to discuss the situation in Venezuela . Rubio and Robert Menendez (D., N....

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  • Russia Spy Poisoning: 23 British Diplomats Expelled From Moscow
Russia Spy Poisoning: 23 British Diplomats Expelled From Moscow

Separately, Russia's ambassador to Britain Alexander Yakovenko said on Friday that Moscow would exert maximum pressure on London in the standof, the Interfax news agency cited him as saying. A Cold War-era nerve agent of a group called Novichok was used, according to British Prime Minister Theresa May . "It is Russian Federation that is in f...

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  • Turkey-led forces seize control of Afrin
Turkey-led forces seize control of Afrin

Another Dogan video showed a Syrian fighter shooting at a statue symbolising the Kurdish new year celebrations also being held this week, before a bulldozer attempts to pull it down. Turkey's armed forces said in a statement that troops were combing the streets for mines and improvised explosive devices. Erdogan threatened to move to Manbij, a Ku...

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  • MotoGP: Dovizioso fends off Marquez attack for stunning Qatar win
MotoGP: Dovizioso fends off Marquez attack for stunning Qatar win

Frenchman Johann Zarco started from pole position for the non-works Tech3 Yamaha team and led until five laps from the finish, when Dovizioso and Marquez made their move and pulled away. Repsol Honda's Spanish driver Marc Marquez competes during the MotoGP qualifying session at the Losail International Circuit yesterday. Danilo Petrucci fi...

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  • Palestinian Demolish His Home To Avoid Excessive Fines In Jerusalem
Palestinian Demolish His Home To Avoid Excessive Fines In Jerusalem

The Israeli who was stabbed in his upper body by a terrorist in Jerusalem on Sunday afternoon remains in critical condition. A statement released by the Shin Bet security forces said that Abd Al Karim Assi, 19, was captured in the West Bank city of Nablus early on Sunday, in an overnight joint operation of the Shin Bet, military and police.

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  • North Korea To Meet US, South Korean Representatives For Talks In Finland
North Korea To Meet US, South Korean Representatives For Talks In Finland

According to the reports , Choe Kang Il, who is responsible for relations with the United States at the North Korea Foreign Ministry, will arrive here on Sunday on a two-day visit, reports Xinhua news agency. "If the sanctions that are put in place over North Korea are too hard on North Korea, including the sanctions that China is following, I bel...

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  • Missing teen from Pennsylvania found safe in Mexico
Missing teen from Pennsylvania found safe in Mexico

Marshals and Mexican authorities in the resort town Playa del Carmen, located in the Quintana Roo on the Yucatán Peninsula, according to The Morning Call . He also rented an apartment about four blocks from Yu's family home. Esterly is facing an interference with custody charge, a third-degree felony, police say.

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  • Ukraine will not allow Russians to vote at Russian consulates - interior minister
Ukraine will not allow Russians to vote at Russian consulates - interior minister

Some 43 worldwide observers from 20 countries are now monitoring the election in Crimea, who have been invited by the State Duma (lower house) and the Federation Council (upper house), Central Election Commission's Head Ella Pamfilova said.

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  • Thousands celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Charlotte
Thousands celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Charlotte

UPDATE (7:30 AM Sunday ) Road closures have already begun in preparation for the St. Patrick's Day parade in Pittsburgh Saturday. In Dublin Irish actor Liam Cunningham, famous for his role as Davos Seaworth in television series Game Of Thrones, led the 2,000-strong parade.

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  • Lindsey Vonn was Tiger Woods' biggest fan during final-round charge
Lindsey Vonn was Tiger Woods' biggest fan during final-round charge

Woods, a 14-time Major victor and eight-time champion at the Orlando course , opened and closed the front nine with bogeys but rallied late to shoot a level-par 72 and stand seven shots back on 140 after 36 holes as he works to find consistent top form ahead of next month's US Masters.

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