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Trump impeachment: Vindman, Volker, Williams testify live Tuesday | thv11.com
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Trump says he did no such thing and the Democrats just want him gone. He said there was “no doubt” what Trump wanted from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy. It is entirely possible that Vindman fits this profile, said Johnson, R-Wis.

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US no longer considers Israeli settlements in West Bank as illegal | World News - India TV
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The 1978 legal opinion on settlements is known as the Hansell Memorandum. Netanyahu's office released a statement saying the policy shift “rights a historical wrong” concerning settlements. Pompeo told reporters at the State Department that the Trump administration believes any legal questions about settlements should be resolved by Israeli courts and that declaring them a violation of international law distracts from larger efforts to negotiate a peace deal.

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Iran's regime faces a backlash at home and next door - The Washington Post
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Despite the clampdown on social media, videos circulated of protesters chanting angry slogans at the regime, setting fire to tires and abandoning their vehicles on highways to block roads. On state television on Sunday, the country's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, described those who engaged in violent demonstrations as “thugs” backed by Iran's foreign enemies. Clashes with security forces and pro-regime militias led to at least 12 deaths, though local activists indicated that number is probably closer to 40.

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Mahomes, Chiefs hold off Chargers 24-17 in Mexico City - Houston Chronicle
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MEXICO CITY (AP) - Daniel Sorensen picked off Philip Rivers' fourth interception at the goal line with 18 seconds to play, and the Kansas City Chiefs stayed on top of the AFC West with a 24-17 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers on Monday night at Azteca Stadium. “We kept that confidence all game long,” Mahomes said. “He went out and he gave it his all,” Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said of Rivers.

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New HK police chief urges locals to 'condemn the violence' as 600 students surrender in university siege standoff - RT W...
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Tang, who is now in charge of 30,000 officers, said the police alone could not put an end to the chaotic protests, and called on residents to vocally “condemn” violence. As the new police chief spoke at his debut presser, about 100 protesters remained barricaded inside the Hong Kong Polytechnic University after one of the most violent weeks of clashes yet. Hundreds of protesters, many of them students, occupied the university last week in the city's latest mass demonstration, prompting running battles with security forces as they tried to escape a police cordon around the school.

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Mike Shalin's Working Press: An ugly win is still a win | Sports Columns | unionleader.com
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Subscribers, click below to login or register your subscription to continue receiving unlimited access to UnionLeader.com. The Patriots won ugly in Philadelphia Sunday. It lasted a minute and 45 seconds, during which TB12 said exactly 146 words.

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Sticky situation: Australia-New Zealand tensions rise over million-dollar China manuka honey battle
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Although this battle has been waged before, such as in the United Kingdom (where New Zealand successfully won a bid to register manuka honey for certification trade, a decision now being appealed by Australia), the situation over trademarks in China arose earlier this year in September. Manuka honey is prized for its supposed antibacterial properties, and one kilogramme could sell for up to some A$400 (US$275) in China. According to Sydney Morning Herald,​ New Zealand Food Safety had written a letter supporting the Manuka Honey Appellation Society's (MHAS) bid to the Beijing Intellectual Property Court to trademark the term 'manuka', potentially closing Australia's doors to a potential billion-dollar market.

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Boston LGBTQ advocate welcomes Chick-fil-A after policy change - Boston Herald
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Chick-fil-A is crossing two anti-LGBTQ charities off its donation list, news that delighted pro-LGBTQ fried chicken fans on Monday - who said they'll be more likely to roll out the welcome mat when the fast food chain opens its first Boston location next year. Beginning in 2020, the Chick-fil-a Foundation said it will be “introducing a more focused giving approach to deepen its giving to a smaller number of organizations,” according to Monday's statement. “If in fact they are genuinely backing off of being anti-LGBTQ, then I say welcome to Boston - but that's a big if,” said Arline Isaacson, co-chair of the Massachusetts Gay and Lesbian Political Caucus.

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Former label says Taylor Swift can sing her old hits at awards show
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But shortly thereafter, the producers distanced themselves from the situation, saying it was between Swift and her ex-label. The Big Machine Label Group released what it called a joint statement with Dick Clark Productions -which puts on the American Music Awards - saying they had "reached a licensing agreement" that would allow Swift to sing what she wants at the November 24 ceremony. Last week, Swift - known for her calculating social media strategy - said on Tumblr that Big Machine heads were "exercising tyrannical control" over her.

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House is investigating whether Trump lied to Mueller, general counsel tells court | Grand Forks Herald
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The statement came during arguments over Congress' demand for the urgent release of secret grand jury evidence from Mueller's probe of Russia's 2016 election interference, with House lawyers detailing fresh concerns about Trump's truthfulness that could become part of the impeachment inquiry. In court, Rogers was openly skeptical of the Justice Department's argument that the House request was too broad. General Counsel Douglas Letter said in court.

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South Dakota governor defends 'Meth. We're on it' campaign amid online ridicule - Twin Cities
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Another Twitter user posted: “Surprising anti-meth campaign in South Dakota. SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - South Dakota sparked online guffaws Monday by rolling out an anti-drug campaign featuring people saying, “Meth, I'm on it,” and the governor said the backlash proves the effort to raise awareness is working. The ad campaign includes a website, billboards and TV ads that will run through May.

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PG&E power outage was 'a big screw you' to California, lawmaker says - Los Angeles Times
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Lawmakers also heard testimony from representatives of San Diego Gas & Electric and Southern California Edison. With the threat of another power outage looming, state lawmakers hammered Pacific Gas & Electric at the state Capitol on Monday for botching shut-offs that left millions of Californians in the dark this fall and blamed the company for failing to upgrade its system over time. “I look at what happened on Oct. 9 as a big screw you: to your customers, to the Legislature, to the governor,” state Sen. Bill Dodd (D-Napa) said, adding that he felt the utility unnecessarily cut power to parts of his district last month.

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Buttigieg is first Democratic presidential candidate to file for Virginia's March primary ballot | Government & Politics...
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RICHMOND - Supporters of Democratic presidential contender Pete Buttigieg arrived in Richmond on Monday to submit his signatures to get on Virginia's March 3 primary ballot, making him the first Democrat to do so. Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg has qualified for Virginia's March 3 presidential primary. TAKE YOUR TIME AND USE LOW BEAM HEADLIGHTS.

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Colo. man gets life in prison in beating death of his fiancée | Local News | santafenewmexican.com
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CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo. - A Colorado man was sentenced to life in prison without parole Monday shortly after a jury convicted him of beating his fiancée to death with a baseball bat and setting the woman's remains on fire to hide the evidence. She reached a plea deal with prosecutors for tampering with evidence and faces up to three years in prison. “He not only killed our daughter - his child's mother - but he chose a horrible death for her,” she said.

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Winston speaks after Michigan State tops Charleston Southern - Houston Chronicle
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“Michigan State is not going to be in the Big South tournament,” Radebaugh said. Charleston Southern's Dontrell Shuler had 15 points and reserve Terence Porter scored 11 points. Charleston Southern: Faces Southern Utah on Saturday in a neutral-site game in Tennessee.

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Congress struggles with funding bill - Columbian.com
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Democrats are complaining that wall funding demands mean shortchanging programs like health care and education. WASHINGTON - House Democrats released a temporary governmentwide funding bill Monday to forestall a shutdown and give negotiators through Dec. 20 to try to hash out details of more than $1.4 trillion worth of unfinished spending legislation. Efforts to win additional funding above this summer's budget deal for Democratic priorities have been rejected by the White House.

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State Department Official Testifies Mike Pompeo Called Sean Hannity About Ukraine | Hollywood Reporter
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'I understood that he did call Sean Hannity,' Hale said of Pompeo. Earlier this month, Hannity denied being called by anyone at the State Department. 'You understood the Secretary called Sean Hannity?'.

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US prison system long plagued by staffing crisis, violence | Hosted
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The falsification of records has been a problem throughout the federal prison system. Aside from the chronic staffing issues, the agency has been plagued by violence for years. WASHINGTON (AP) - For years, the federal Bureau of Prisons has been plagued by systematic failures, from massive staffing shortages to chronic violence.

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Former Dwyer star, Miami Dolphins tight end Nick O'Leary signs with Jaguars - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm B...
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The Jacksonville Jaguars signed former Dwyer High, Florida State and Dolphins tight end Nick O'Leary on Monday. He is also the grandson of legendary golfer and Palm Beach County resident Jack Nicklaus. “That was a key play of the game,” Dolphins offensive coordinator Chad O'Shea said the day O'Leary was released.

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The Briefcase: Chick-fil-A halts donations to 3 groups against gay marriage | Business | journalnow.com
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The company wouldn't say whether it will consider an organization's position on gay rights before donating. In a statement, Chick-fil-A President Tim Tassopoulos says the company - which is closed on Sundays - will still consider donations to faith-based groups. The Atlanta-based company says starting next year, it will focus giving on hunger, homelessness and education.

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