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  • Trump endorses Mitt Romney's bid for Senate seat

    Trump endorses Mitt Romney's bid for Senate seat

    In a tweet Monday night, Trump wrote , "He will make a great Senator and worthy successor to OrrinHatch , and has my full support and endorsement!" In March of that year, as Mr. Republican Larry Meyers, a St. George attorney running for the Senate seat, launched a radio ad Friday aimed at "Massachusetts Mitt Romney ". Romney is aiming to replace 83-year-old Sen.

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  • Freezing rain causes slick road conditions

    The ice will result in hard travel conditions, including during the morning commute on Monday. Tuesday: Rain showers likely possibly mixing with freezing rain after noon, then gradually ending. Our system should exit the region by Tuesday afternoon. Wed: High: 34 Mostly cloudy, breezy, colder. Tonight Partly cloudy, with a low around 12.

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  • TRACKING: Rain and freezing rain today and tomorrow

    A wintry mix of precipitation is expected to develop across the area this morning, and continue at times through Tuesday . This will allow the roads to be slick and cause some travel difficulties for the Tuesday morning commute. Tuesday , the weather service reports. It will stay in the 30s next Monday with a small chance of a light rain or snow shower. Skies will begin to clear out later Tuesday afternoon with highs in the 20s and 30s.

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  • US, South Korea Delayed Joint Military Drill Announcement Until After Olympics

    US, South Korea Delayed Joint Military Drill Announcement Until After Olympics

    Experts say while the South and North have, so far, managed to collaborate in arranging North Korea's participation in the Pyeongchang Winter Games, the two sides are unlikely to see eye-to-eye on ways to defuse military tensions. North Korea has long protested the drills which it sees as an act of aggression, but Song said that postponing the drills did not directly lead to inter-Korean talks earlier this year.

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  • Mitt Romney is running for US Senate in Utah

    Mitt Romney is running for US Senate in Utah

    Romney, who has become a flag carrier for a more mainstream GOP after the party was taken over by supporters of President Trump , has always been rumored to be interested in the seat that will be vacated by Orrin Hatch . Yet, following Trump's election win, Romney said he was "impressed" with Trump's transition and cabinet nominees. It's been rumored that Romney, who once made headlines calling for Trump's tax returns, will tone down his rhetoric against the administration.

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  • Russian mercenaries in Syria reportedly killed when U.S. forces carried out strikes

    Russian mercenaries in Syria reportedly killed when U.S. forces carried out strikes

    At the same time, media reports emerged the day before, alleging that a large number of Russian mercenaries had been killed in airstrikes. Syrian government forces in Deir Ezzor. And responding to a further BBC question, the spokesman said: " And, of course, you have to realise that many countries of the world have quite large numbers of our compatriots - of Russians - and, of course, it's hard to have detailed data.

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  • Qatar committed to supporting Iraq reconstruction: FM

    Qatar committed to supporting Iraq reconstruction: FM

    Guterres said 2.5 million remain displaced in the aftermath of the devastating war in Iraq. Dr Anwar Gargash, UAE minister of state for foreign affairs, announced the United Arab Emirates would pledge $500 million. Kuwait will earmark $1 billion in loans and another $1 billion in direct investments to neighboring Iraq, the country's emir announced Wednesday. Saudi Arabia and Qatar also said they would allocate $1.5 billion and $1 billion, respectively.

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  • Another Court Just Told Trump To Keep DACA - For Now

    Another Court Just Told Trump To Keep DACA - For Now

    It's the second time in less than two months that a US judge found the rescinding of the program as proposed would be wrong. He declined to extend the programme for new applicants. Last month, Trump introduced a proposal that would put all 1.8 million young immigrants in question on a pathway to citizenship, in exchange for stiff cutbacks on overall immigration and funding for a massive wall on the United States border with Mexico.

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  • NCAA Brackets Preview Projects Kentucky as No. 7 Seed in South

    NCAA Brackets Preview Projects Kentucky as No. 7 Seed in South

    The No. 1 seeds were Virginia, Villanova , Xavier and Purdue. No. 8 Auburn (22-3, 10-2 SEC) is the top No. 2 seed in the committee's initial bracket, which was unveiled Sunday. Auburn's only losses this season have come against teams rated 17th (Texas A&M), 33rd (Alabama) and 39th in the RPI (Temple). South: 1. Virginia, 2.

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  • Oxfam sex abuse scandal deepens

    Oxfam sex abuse scandal deepens

    Among the provisions is a pledge to work with other aid organizations to overcome "the legal difficulties which have so far prevented us from sharing intelligence" with other aid agencies regarding staff members previously accused of misconduct.

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  • More cold, wintry precipitation could be expected this weekend

    More cold, wintry precipitation could be expected this weekend

    The precipitation is expected to be light so the potential for any heavy snow , heavy rain or heavy accumulating ice is not expected. Temperatures are expected to fall below freezing in most areas Saturday night . Freezing rain may cause light icing on roadways and surfaces, making for unsafe travel conditions. Temperatures were warmer Friday with a high of 56 degrees and a low of 29 degrees Friday night.

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  • These South Korea Olympic Games bring a whisper of hope

    These South Korea Olympic Games bring a whisper of hope

    Pence is traveling to Seoul later Thursday as he seeks to ramp-up pressure on the North and to push back on its propaganda around the games. Pence, who arrived in South Korea on Thursday, will meet separately with Moon. The South Korean company has a huge business presence in Iran but Iranian and North Korean athletes were the only ones initially blocked from the giveaway of the new US$1,100 (HK$8,600) limited-edition Galaxy Note 8, Iranian media said, reportedly due to fears of ...

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  • Officer Killed, 2 Deputies Wounded in Locust Grove, Ga. Shooting

    Officer Killed, 2 Deputies Wounded in Locust Grove, Ga. Shooting

    Henry County's sheriff said the man who shot the officers is dead. The shooter was killed in the incident, which happened around 10:30 a.m. while deputies were serving a warrant, WSB-TV reported . Maddox died after arriving at a hospital. Price said Maddox and his wife were the parents of one child and were expecting another. The other deputy continues to recover from his injuries.

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  • Trump 'saddened' by Porter allegations: White House

    But as CNN reported Thursday , it was widely known by early fall of a year ago among top aides - Kelly included - that Porter was facing trouble obtaining security clearance and that he had allegedly abused his ex-wives. Nor did he act in September when he learned that the domestic violence claims were delaying Porter's security clearance, or in November when Porter's former girlfriend contacted him about the allegations, according to these people.

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  • Man charged in crash that killed Colts LB Jackson

    Man charged in crash that killed Colts LB Jackson

    Curry criticized Trump and others who cited the case as part of the nation's immigration debate, noting that "two innocent men lost their lives in this disgusting incident". Manuel Orrego-Savala remained jailed Tuesday following a court appearance in Indianapolis . "This obviously happened so unexpectedly", Atlanta attorney Daniel Meachum said.

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