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It escalated as she continued to attack the administration and Trump fired off insulting tweets , calling her "wacky" and accusing her of "SECRETLY" listening to the phone call. Wilson claimed that the President said Johnson "knew what he signed up for, but I guess it still hurt". She said that's when Trump told her, "he knew what he signed up for but it hurts anyways".
  • Saudi women driving ban lifted: Euphoria and sarcasm

    Saudi women driving ban lifted: Euphoria and sarcasm

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    But the rule change adds nearly 9 million potential drivers, including 2.7 million resident non-Saudi women, Merrill Lynch has calculated. Some men expressed outrage at the about-face by prominent clerics, who in the past have sometimes justified the driving ban by saying women's brains are too small or that driving endangered their ovaries.
  • Died the hardest woman in the world

    Died the hardest woman in the world

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    Eman Ahmed Abdulati, once known as " world's heaviest woman " passed away in UAE on Monday at 4.35 am due to health complications. At that time her weight was 176.6 kg. A resident of Alexandria in Egypt, she had not stepped out of her house for more than two decades due to her obese condition. "We never thought something like this will happen to her".
  • S&P downgrades Pennsylvania credit to A-plus, cites budget problems

    S&P downgrades Pennsylvania credit to A-plus, cites budget problems

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    The change puts Pennsylvania's credit rating firmly within the bottom five in the country. All of the House's top Republican leaders - including Majority Leader Dave Reed of Indiana County, Appropriations Committee Chairman Stan Saylor of York County and Speaker Mike Turzai of Allegheny County - reacted to the downgrade in a joint statement, also emailed to the news media, that seemed to blame top state Democratic officials for the S&P action.
  • Apple's Worthy iPhone 8 Models May Languish in X's Shadow

    Apple's Worthy iPhone 8 Models May Languish in X's Shadow

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    He also said that the option to pay for the iPhone X over time through carrier-offered installment plans makes the iPhone X even more affordable. Anil Jain , a Michigan State University professor who studies biometric recognition and computer vision, notes that it uses an existing tactic called structured light to capture your visage in three dimensions-something he employed for object recognition back in the 1980s.
  • New Jersey Driver Gets Stuck in Floodwater as Hurricane Jose Approaches

    New Jersey Driver Gets Stuck in Floodwater as Hurricane Jose Approaches

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    Hurricane warnings are in effect from the British and U.S. Virgin Islands down to Martinique. "Some fluctuations in intensity could occur before the hurricane reaches Puerto Rico , but Maria is forecast to remain an extremely risky category 4 or 5 hurricane as it moves near or over the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico".
  • India brandishes 'intelligence report' of Rohingyas' militant links

    India brandishes 'intelligence report' of Rohingyas' militant links

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    Rohatgi said that people referring to Article 21 of the Indian constitution does not live in India and in reality don't have any right on the Indian Constitution. "They [Sri Lanka government] didn't inform (us), may be its their country security policy", Daw Ei Ei Myo, a Consul at the Myanmar embassy in Sri Lanka told The Myanmar Times on September 18.
  • Ryan school murder case handed over to CBI, says Haryana CM

    Ryan school murder case handed over to CBI, says Haryana CM

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    Pradyuman's family says its demand for a CBI probe is not directed at Pinto's family or any particular person. "In addition, the state will take over the management of the school for three months, during which the deputy commissioner will be its administrator", he said.
  • Student killed, at least 3 others wounded in school shooting near Spokane

    Student killed, at least 3 others wounded in school shooting near Spokane

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    Upon entering the premises, he proceeded to take out his weapons and attempted to fire one, which jammed. The student accused of opening fire is now in custody but has not been identified. A student walked up to him, engaged him, and that student was shot. Harper also said that the suspect had shared a note with some friends saying that he "was going to do something stupid".
  • Intel has surprise

    Intel has surprise "win" against the EU

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    The European Commission (EC) slapped Intel with the fine in 2009 after ruling that the company had abused its dominance in the processor market by offering rebates to PC makers that used its chips instead of those made by competitors. It will also have a huge impact on similar cases against Google, Apple and chipmaker Qualcomm. The officials alleged eight years ago that Intel had engaged in "illegal anticompetitive practices to exclude competitors from the market for computer chips".
  • Rohingya crisis: Suu Kyi blasts 'misinformation'

    Rohingya crisis: Suu Kyi blasts 'misinformation'

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    PM Modi also assured the citizens of Myanmar that visas will be granted to all those who wish to visit India . Thousands of Rohingyas are crossing over into Bangladesh - where they are sparingly given refugee status - to escape from the violence in Rakhine state.
  • Chris Christie approves NJ assistance for Harvey

    Chris Christie approves NJ assistance for Harvey

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    Cruz denounced people taking "political shots and snipes" during a natural disaster, but again explained why he chose to vote against the Sandy bill. Well, five years is a long time, but not too long to go back and check on the internets.
  • First West Nile virus death in SC confirmed in Anderson Co

    First West Nile virus death in SC confirmed in Anderson Co

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    The ages of the victims was not released. Approximately 10 percent of people who develop neurological infection due to West Nile will die according to the Center for Disease Control. You can find more information on West Nile Virus from SCDHEC on their website and YouTube channel . "Common symptoms include fever, nausea, headache and muscle ache".
  • Local United Way sets up fund to benefit Hurricane Harvey victims

    Local United Way sets up fund to benefit Hurricane Harvey victims

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    Nearly 1,000 volunteers are on the ground and more help is on the way. Mexico is no stranger to helping U.S. authorities in disaster zones. "There's definitely the need in the weeks to come". (D-Calvert, Charles, Prince George's), was sent to work on sheltering, according to the Red Cross . Customer donations will be accepted at special-marketed coin boxes located at the checkstands in all Ralphs and Food 4 Less stores in Southern California, as well as at the company's 21 stores in ...
  • Windies pull off magnificent win after Hope ton

    Windies pull off magnificent win after Hope ton

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    Anderson came within an inch of claiming England's second wicket only for Brathwaite's edge to fall short of Westley at third slip but soon did bag another in the most fortunate of circumstances. Shai Hope s single off Broad completed a superb century off 175 balls, including 13 fours, as he became the first West Indian to score hundreds in both innings of a Test in England since Gordon Greenidge at Old Trafford in 1976.
  • Most Americans Believe Donald Trump Is Dividing the Country

    Most Americans Believe Donald Trump Is Dividing the Country

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    Although Trump has called out groups like the Ku Klux Klan in prepared statements, his off-the-cuff remarks about how "good" and "fine" people were marching with white supremacists in Charlottesville may have served to embolden bigots. In an open question, 64 voters said "strong" was the first word that came to them when they thought of President Trump, while 59 voters said "idiot", 58 said "incompetent", 50 said "liar", and 49 said "president".
  • US State Department resists two-state commitment amid Palestinian pressure

    US State Department resists two-state commitment amid Palestinian pressure

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    Kushner said the administration is focused on a regional approach to resolving the conflict. However, Palestinian leaders have voiced criticism saying that the U.S. Trump aides have held a series of meetings with both sides, portraying them as hearing out concerns before deciding on a way forward, while the USA president himself visited Israel and the Palestinian territories in May.
  • Johnson & Johnson sued for €350m after woman claims powder gave her cancer

    Johnson & Johnson sued for €350m after woman claims powder gave her cancer

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    In May, a Missouri jury awarded a Virginia woman 110.5 million USA dollars for a similar allegation, by then, three other Missouri juries had awarded a total of 197 million US dollars to plaintiffs who made similar claims. J&J has latched on to a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in June limiting where cases can be filed in an effort by the company to shed other pending talc cases.
  • Roger Goodell close to signing contract extension through 2024

    Roger Goodell close to signing contract extension through 2024

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    A person with knowledge of the negotiations tells The Associated Press the National Football League is working on a five-year contract extension for Commissioner Roger Goodell . In 2016, Goodell reportedly made $ 34 million as commissioner. There's another labor feud looming, with the potential for a lockout or a strike in 2021, so the owners will need faith in their leadership.
  • Indonesia flag gaffe triggers criticism, apologies

    Indonesia flag gaffe triggers criticism, apologies

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    Malaysia's foreign ministry and the Games organisers apologised profusely for the gaffe, but it was not enough to quell a wave of complaints online, with #ShameOnYouMalaysia becoming Indonesia's top trending topic on Twitter. The swimmers, Jacqueline Lim and Nur Hafizah Ahmad, were shown next to what appeared to be a flag for Brunei's armed forces. "We wait for an official apology from the Malaysian Government, as it concerns the pride and nationalistic spirit of our Indonesian people", he ...
  • CBO: 20% premium rise without Obamacare insurance subsidies

    CBO: 20% premium rise without Obamacare insurance subsidies

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    The cost to consumers, however, would stay the same or even decline, because the premium increases would be offset by tax credits, which we explain further below. (D-6th Dist.) said Tuesday he has asked congressional investigators to determine whether the Trump administration is enforcing the law. This is the type of plan that consumers must buy in order to qualify for cost-sharing subsidies.
  • Deaths Linked to Weight-Loss Stomach Balloons

    Deaths Linked to Weight-Loss Stomach Balloons

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    The patients all went under the knife earlier this year to get FDA-approved liquid-filled balloons fitted in a bid to lose weight. In three reports , death occurred as soon as one to three days after balloon placement. The use of the balloon is complemented with counseling and nutritional support or advice. "Patient safety is a key priority in everything we do at Apollo Endosurgery and we take adverse event reporting obligations related to our products very seriously", said Apollo ...
  • World Trade Centre attack victim's remains identified 16 years after terror attack

    World Trade Centre attack victim's remains identified 16 years after terror attack

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    New York City's medical examiner said Monday that the man has been identified as the 1,641st person killed at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, PIX11 reports. In 2013, authorities sifted through truckloads of debris unearthed by construction crews who were working on rebuilding the site. The process involves pulverising the fragments of remains to extract DNA, then comparing it to the collection of genetic material from victims or their relatives.
  • Sexually-Transmitted Zika Case Confirmed In Pinellas

    Sexually-Transmitted Zika Case Confirmed In Pinellas

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    Her partner had recently returned from Cuba and suffered symptoms consistent with Zika infection. Officials said both patients tested positive for Zika . After infection, the Zika virus is present in blood and saliva for up to about two weeks, but it remains in bodily fluids like breast milk for weeks and semen for months.