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Who won the Democratic debate last night in Brooklyn and did Clinton have an

New York: Two Democratic presidential candidates - Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders faced each other for their New York debate in the Duggal Greenhouse in Brooklyn. So who the Democratic debate in Brooklyn last night?


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Deadly earthquake hits Japan, rescuers scramble for survivors

Nine people were killed after a powerful quake hit southern Japan, sparking fires, toppling homes and injuring hundreds, officials said on Friday, as rescuers scrambled to find residents feared trapped in rubble.


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Donald Trump's campaign manager escapes prosecution for battery

Washington: In a major relief for Donald Trump's campaign manager, who was charged with battery for grabbing the arm of a reporter, will not be prosecuted for battery. The police has charged Corey Lewandowski with a...


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Chicago police plagued by racism, Task Force finds

Chicago: A report issued on Wednesday by the Police Accountability Task Force said that Chicago Police Department have "no regard for the sanctity of life when it comes to people of color." The panel was established...


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US elections 2016: Bernie Sanders slams Hillary Clinton at New York rally

New York: Senator Bernie Sanders addressed a rally in front of a jubilant crowd at Washington Square Park on Wednesday night. The Vermont senator spoke to a crowd full of youth. The Sanders campaign said that around...


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Woman survives nine days in Arizona forest

Arizona forest officials said that a woman managed to survive for nine days on pond water and plants after getting lost in a forest. The 72-year-old Ann Rodgers had been travelling with her dog from Tucson, Arizona...


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US Elections 2016: Republican Paul Ryan says, count me out of presidential race

Washington: U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan on Tuesday ruled himself out of the 2016 presidential race saying that he would not accept any attempt to draft him as a Republican presidential candidate...


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Hillary Clinton, NYC Mayor De Blasio slammed for racially-tinged joke at

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Democratic presidential favourite Hillary Clinton were compelled to defend a joke made by the mayor at a charity dinner that critics called racially offensive.


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Trump 'whining' over GOP nominating process: Ted Cruz

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz involved himself in the controversy over the Republican party's nominating process Monday, accusing his competitor for the GOP nomination, Donald Trump, of "whining" over Cruz's win of...


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US Elections 2016: Presidential candidates shift focus to New York state ahead

Washington: The crucial New York state primary is scheduled for next week, and all presidential candidates are focusing on this. The candidates are busy airing campaign commercials and making multiple stops across the state...


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Texas school police officer fired for body-slamming sixth-grade girl

A Texas school police officer who was captured on video seemingly body-slamming a 12-year-old girl of sixth-grade girl has been sacked from the San Antonio Independent School District.


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US Elections 2016: Trump camp slams 'Gestapo tactics' after Cruz sweeps all

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's new convention manager accused Ted Cruz's campaign of using "Gestapo tactics" after the Texas senator swept the party's convention-delegate selection process in...


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Won't use controversial interrogation techniques again, CIA director says

CIA Director John Brennan has stated that his spy agency will not employ controversial interrogation techniques, such as waterboarding, even if directed to do so by a future president.


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Hillary Clinton emails did not endanger national security: Obama

Washington: US President Barack Obama on Sunday broke his silence over the use of private email server by Hillary Clinton and said that the Democratic presidential hopeful showed "carelessness" by doing this.


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Dennis Hastert acknowledges 'transgressions,' apologizes: Lawyer

Former speaker of the House Dennis Hastert has admitted that "as a young man he committed transgressions," Hastert's lawyer said, adding that he has also apologized for his transgressions. Hastert's lawyer...


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Bill Clinton owes the country an apology, Bernie Sanders says in Harlem

Washington: Democratic White House hopeful Bernie Sanders demanded that Clinton must apologized to the nation for defending Hillary Clinton's past use of the term "superpredators" for repeat juvenile offenders...


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US Elections 2016: Cruz sweeps Colorado as Trump campaign issues ballots with

Washington: Republican presidential frontrunner Senator Ted Cruz ended the Colorado's delegate fight with overwhelming victory, while main rival Donald Trump ended the fight with a disorganized and frustrated campaign...


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North Korea unveils homemade engine for missile capable of hitting US

North Korea on Saturday showcased to the world a domestically designed engine for an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of reaching the United States. The announcement was made through the official...


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Planner of Kendra Hatcher murder plot arrested in Mexico

Mexico's attorney general's office said Friday that Mexican police have arrested a fugitive wanted for orchestrating the murder of a Dallas woman over her new relationship with an ex-boyfriend. The suspect identified...


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Prosecutors reveal details of sexual misconduct by Dennis Hastert

Federal prosecutors said that at least four days were sexually assaulted by former House Speaker Dennis Hastert when he worked as a wrestling coach in Illinois decades ago. Prosecutors released documents on Friday...


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Texas: Homeless teen faces murder charge in student's killing

Austin, Texas: Police on Friday arrested a homeless 17-year-old boy and will charge him with murder in the death of a University of Texas dance major. The murder has sparked panic at one of the best-known schools of...


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Texas student's killing on campus horrifies officials

University of Texas (UT) President Gregory L. Fenves confirmed the identity of the student whose body was found along a creek running through campus.


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Paying for sex now an offence in France

A new law passed in France makes paying for sex an offence and transfers the punishment from prostitutes to clients. The law has been welcomed as revolutionary by activists who hope it will help eradicate sex trafficking...


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US Elections 2016: Bill Clinton defends Hillary, confronts protesters who claim

Washington: Former President Bill Clinton on Thursday confronted protesters who claimed that his 1994 crime reforms hurt black Americans. The former president also defended the record of his wife, Hillary Clinton, who is...


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When Is Next Democratic Debate? Bernie Sanders Vs. Hillary Clinton - All Out

After Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders victory over Hillary Clinton in the Wisconsin primary on Tuesday, voters want to know when the candidates face off in their next debate. Sanders and Clinton have not met on a debate stage since March 9.


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US Elections 2016: Sanders points out why Clinton not 'qualified' to be

In a direct attack on Hillary Clinton, Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders on Wednesday said that his rival is not qualified enough to be president.


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Donald Trump outlines how he would force Mexico to pay for border wall

Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump has said that he would force Mexico to pay for a border wall after becoming president by threatening to cut off the flow of billions of dollars which are sent home by...


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Sham varsity racket busted in US; Indian, Chinese recruiters, students outed

Nearly 1000 "students," mostly from India and China, will be routed home after US authorities announced Tuesday that they had raided an education and foreign worker visa scam by setting up a sham university...


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Panama Papers scandal: Iceland premier resigns

Iceland's prime minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson has become the first political victim of Panama Papers scandal as he resigned on Tuesday. The Panama Papers have revealed stunning details about hidden...


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Mississippi governor signs law allowing service denial to gays

Mississippi governor Phil Bryant signed a law Tuesday giving religious groups and private businesses the right to deny services to gay and transgender people. Justifying his move, the Republican governor said that he...


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