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Carolyn Jones, 48, has been charged with the first-degree murder of her baby granddaughter, NBC reports. Williams said Jones' brother found the body Monday night and called police in Shaw, a town of about 2,000 people approximately 100 miles (160 kilometres) northwest of Jackson.
  • Elizabeth Warren's big DNA reveal leaves Democrats little to smile about

    Elizabeth Warren's big DNA reveal leaves Democrats little to smile about

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    Where things go south, however, is the unnecessary use of a DNA test ― something you usually see employed when dealing with the paternity of illegitimate children on a daytime soap opera. As long as Trump breathed, Warren would be viewed by many as the caricature he had drawn. "She was not looking to prove that she wanted to be part of the tribe", said Goldberg.
  • British cyclist shot dead by hunter in French Alps

    British cyclist shot dead by hunter in French Alps

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    The hunter was admitted to hospital for shock after the Saturday evening shooting and could not be taken into custody while he is investigated on suspicion of aggravated manslaughter, Thonon-Les-Bains prosecutor Philippe Toccanier said. The 34-year-old - who is yet to be identified - is said to have died instantly after he was shot near a ski resort shortly before 7pm, yesterday. He was hospitalised in a state of shock.
  • Australia 'open-minded' to moving Israeli embassy to Jerusalem - PM

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    Australia might soon follow in controversial U.S. footsteps and relocate its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, the country's new prime minister hinted after discussing the issue with Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu . Furthermore, the Palestinians are already protesting , arguing that a unilateral recognition of Jerusalem "would make Australia an global pariah on this important foreign-policy issue" and threatening that it would hurt the country's relations with Arab and ...
  • Aussie government blames admin error for 'okay to be white' vote

    Aussie government blames admin error for 'okay to be white' vote

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    Senator Cormann, who is leader of Government business in the Senate, did not give details on the nature of the error, but said he was embarrassed and regretful about the error and took full responsibility. "There is a process involved in determining the position of the government in relation to 50 to 60 motions a week", he said this morning. "The associations of the language were not picked up".
  • Judge dismisses Stormy Daniels defamation lawsuit against Trump

    Judge dismisses Stormy Daniels defamation lawsuit against Trump

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    Clifford has also sued over a $130,000 hush money agreement over the alleged encounter with Trump. Fox, who has written a book on the Trump family, pointed out that the president's involvement of Eric in the Daniels affair was a stunning move - one that shows a callousness and a disregard for his son's wellbeing.
  • White woman claimed black 9yo boy sexually assaulted her, CCTV shows otherwise

    White woman claimed black 9yo boy sexually assaulted her, CCTV shows otherwise

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    The woman identified as Teresa Klein was being rung up at the front counter when the child walked by . "The son grabbed my ass, and she made a decision to yell at me", Klein says in the video, referring to the child's mother. The woman identified as Theresa claimed the 9-year-old boy "grabbed my ass", but the footage shows him merely brushing against her - corroborating the claims of eyewitnesses inside the store who said the boy did not "assault" the woman.
  • Cuomo Blames Republicans For

    Cuomo Blames Republicans For "Proud Boys" Brawl

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    Cuomo has asked the New York State Police and the FBI to assist the NYPD in its investigation of the incident. The club had invited Gavin McInnes , the founder of the Proud Boys, as a guest speaker. McInnes' lecture at the Metropolitan Republican Club was reportedly about Japanese right-wing extremist Otoya Yamaguchi, who assassinated Japan Socialist Party leader Inejiro Asanuma with a sword in 1960.
  • Trump suggests ‘rogue killers’ in writer case

    Trump suggests ‘rogue killers’ in writer case

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    Trump has been under pressure to take action on the suspected murder of journalist Khashoggi, a Saudi citizen who has been living and writing in the United States, including columns critical of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. According to the Saudi Press Agency, an official said: "The Kingdom affirms its total rejection of any threats and attempts to undermine it, whether by threatening to impose economic sanctions, using political pressures, or repeating false accusations".
  • No Direct Accusations Against Vladimir Putin By Donald Trump

    No Direct Accusations Against Vladimir Putin By Donald Trump

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    Of course, presumably the president would take the final decision, but who is playing what role? "I want them to open their markets like our markets are open", Donald Trump said in the interview that aired Sunday. Meanwhile, when asked if he wanted to push China's economy into a depression, the USA president told CBS "no", before comparing the country's stock market losses since the tariffs began to those in 1929 - the start of the Great Depression in the US.
  • Indian minister sues woman alleging sexual harassment for defamation

    Indian minister sues woman alleging sexual harassment for defamation

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    So many women telling their story of sexual harassment have nothing to gain from this. They include journalists Ghazala Wahab, Priya Ramani , Shutapa Paul, Shuma Raha and CNN correspondent Majlie de Puy Kamp. He also alleged that the malicious campaign has harmed his goodwill and reputation within the political fraternity, media, friends, family, colleagues and society at large.
  • Hillary Clinton: Bill didn't abuse his power

    Hillary Clinton: Bill didn't abuse his power

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    Pressed on whether the relationship was an abuse of power, Clinton said: "No, no" and noted that Lewinsky, who was 22-years-old at the time, "was an adult". Sunny Hostin wondered what Hillary was supposed to say to those questions. As first lady, she stood by his side as President Bill Clinton was impeached after lying about his affair with Lewinsky, a White House intern.
  • Security Forces Killed In Afghanistan In Two Separate Taliban Attacks

    Security Forces Killed In Afghanistan In Two Separate Taliban Attacks

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    Meanwhile, Muhibullah Muhib, spokesman for the provincial police headquarters, has only confirmed the killing of 10 soldiers. No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack. The US invaded Afghanistan in 2001 as a reaction to the 9/11 terrorist attacks, with the mission lasting until December 28, 2014. "The representatives of the Islamic Emirate [Afghanistan] identified the presence of foreign forces as the greatest obstacle obstructing true peace and solving problems, adding ...