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  • Latest Forecast: Rain And Snow Starts Wednesday Afternoon
Latest Forecast: Rain And Snow Starts Wednesday Afternoon

Most areas will be dry but there is a chance for showers across Lamar, Fayette, Winston and Marion counties this afternoon as our next system gets closer. The High Wind Warning will go into effect Monday evening at 9:00 pm and last through Tuesday evening. Thursday looks partly cloudy with lows in the upper 20s and highs in the low 40s.

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  • Russian shopping mall fire claims 64 lives, criminal probe underway
Russian shopping mall fire claims 64 lives, criminal probe underway

Members of the Emergency Situations Ministry work to extinguish a fire in a shopping mall in the Siberian city of Kemerovo, Russia March 25, 2018. Video footage showed a group of people in a smoke-filled staircase trying to smash a fire exit door, which was jammed.

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  • US National Security advisor McMaster to leave White House
US National Security advisor McMaster to leave White House

Bolton , an attorney, diplomat, and general commentator, is well known for his super-war hawk stances, which he states emphatically on his BoltonPAC, but he is widely covered in the media as having explicitly promised to be compliant in his new position, and to carry out Trump's wishes.

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  • Suspicious Packages Found At Military Installations Around DC
Suspicious Packages Found At Military Installations Around DC

The packages were found at Fort Belvoir, Fort McNair , Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Virginia, and the Central Intelligence Agency in Langley. region. The FBI is examining all of the packages. According to WRC-TV in DC, a third package is under investigation at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling.

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  • Weather: Spoiled by spring sunshine
Weather: Spoiled by spring sunshine

This will bring us a few chances for showers along with a tricky temperature forecast. Wednesday looks like the wet day of the week, as bands of light to moderate rain slowly traverse the Garden State. Having said that, I wouldn't rule it out - with cooler temperatures early and late in the day Wednesday , I supposed there's a chance for a lit...

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  • Congress was client of Cambridge Analytica, says whistleblower Christophe Wylie
Congress was client of Cambridge Analytica, says whistleblower Christophe Wylie

You mentioned India as a prime source of business. And a whistleblower says he believes the firm, which has ties to the Trump presidential campaign , may have swayed the U.K.'s 2016 Brexit vote. Cambridge Analytica worked "extensively" in India, and operated a system of "modern day colonialism", globally undermining democratic processes across the...

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  • Cricket Australia's Ball Tampering Scandal Is Set To Claim Its First Head
Cricket Australia's Ball Tampering Scandal Is Set To Claim Its First Head

But why is the condition of the ball so important? While earlier such methods often went unnoticed, in the television era allegations of ball tampering have surfaced fairly regularly. The heat may also burn the financial muscle of Cricket Australia, which is in the middle of renegotiating its broadcast rights. They either did not think they would...

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  • Census 2020: USA adds controversial citizenship question
Census 2020: USA adds controversial citizenship question

Becerra and the group believe the question creates several constitutional problems because large immigrant groups could be underrepresented in the Census. One of the primary complaints from critics was that it may lead to an inaccurate Census count. "My guess? We will have a less accurate census than the nation could have had".

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  • United States expels 60 Russians as allies back Britain in spy row
United States expels 60 Russians as allies back Britain in spy row

The minister said the Russian ambassador to Ireland had been informed that a member of staff with diplomatic status was to have that status terminated and must leave Ireland. consulate should be closed, listing those in Vladivostok, St Petersburg and Yekaterinburg as options. Britain accuses Russian Federation of being behind the poisoning, but...

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  • IDF nabs 3 armed Gazans 20 kilometers from border in Israeli territory
IDF nabs 3 armed Gazans 20 kilometers from border in Israeli territory

The men tried to set fire to some of the machinery. Hamas on Sunday said the army strikes are aimed at disrupting the planned protest, called the March of Return. "The enemy (Israel) bears responsibility for any escalation and we will not stand handcuffed against any aggression", Abu Ubaida said in a statement.

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  • Kenyans speak out on day two of Miguna JKIA saga
Kenyans speak out on day two of Miguna JKIA saga

They also asked him to apply for a tourist visa to which he declined as the document bars its holder from engaging in business or politics. Following a nine-hour stand-off at JKIA, which included the police physically manhandling him as they attempt to carry him on to a Dubai-bound Emirates flight, the pilot of the plane which had been delayed sp...

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  • Paterson Marches to End Gun Violence
Paterson Marches to End Gun Violence

WHY ATTEND? "Because we keep chanting, 'Never again, ' 'Enough is enough, ' 'Never again.' But it's already happened again". "That's not right because we live in a country where our freedom is very important to us and it's not right that we are even scared to even just go and get our education".

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  • On Twitter, Stormy Daniels Slays Trump Trolls and Steers a National Conversation
On Twitter, Stormy Daniels Slays Trump Trolls and Steers a National Conversation

In January, The Wall Street Journal was first to report that Trump's longtime personal lawyer Michael Cohen had paid Daniels $130,000 before the 2016 election. Stormy Daniels' lawyer, Michael Avenatti , has also built anticipation for the 60 Minutes interview with a tweet this week that appeared to make reference to some kind of photographic ...

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  • Narendra Modi app shares data for illegal objective, says Rahul Gandhi
Narendra Modi app shares data for illegal objective, says Rahul Gandhi

While then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had nationalised the banks in the country in 1969, Modi had "affected" the banking system and the economy through policies like note ban, he said. "What kind of chowkidari (watchman's job ) is Narendra Modi doing", he asked. Congress party president Rahul Gandhi to tour Vokkaliga heartland of Mandy...

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  • Oh nuts! China shoppers lament tariffs on U.S. almonds, pistachio and fruit
Oh nuts! China shoppers lament tariffs on U.S. almonds, pistachio and fruit

Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. In a separate and potentially bigger dispute, the ministry criticised Trump's decision on Thursday to approve a possible tariff hike on Chinese imports worth up to $60 billion over Beijing's technology policies.

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  • Toys 'R' Us founder dies days after shutdown
Toys 'R' Us founder dies days after shutdown

The chain plans to honor gift cards for the next 30 days. "It's contagious, it's a great environment, it's fun to come to work", says Sherry Stone, manager at the Cotswold Village location of Toys & Co. After news broke of the Toys " R" Us liquidation, shoppers raced to Cary store on Friday to score deals. By then, Toys R Us had more than 1,000...

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  • Made in France? Britain's new Brexit passport goes to the EU
Made in France? Britain's new Brexit passport goes to the EU

Shares in De La Rue dropped nearly 5% in London. Gemalto, a French company, has reportedly won the bid by undercutting competitors by £50m. Referring to staff at the firm's Gateshead factory, he said: I'm going to have to go and face those workers, look at them in the whites of the eyes and try and explain to them why the British Government thi...

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  • Percent of Americans Want Stricter Gun Control
Percent of Americans Want Stricter Gun Control

Isabel Bousson, a Lincoln East High School junior and a member of the board of organizers for the march in Lincoln, said she sees school safety as an "everybody issue" that should involve both sides of the political aisle. That would match last year's women's march and make it one of the largest Washington protests since the Vietnam War era. An...

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  • More than 20 People were Injured in Protests in Catalonia
More than 20 People were Injured in Protests in Catalonia

At least 24 people have been injured in clashes, after thousands of people took to the streets of Barcelona to protest against a Supreme Court decision to prosecute Catalan independence leaders on rebellion charges. Spanish Judge Pablo Llarena ordered detention without bail for Jordi Turull, the president of Catalonia's regional government, f...

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