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Winds will continue to gust to 24 miles per hour on Monday , the up to 30 miles per hour on Monday night . That warming trend continues through mid-week, with highs in the lower 40s on Tuesday and the upper 40s on Wednesday . Tuesday: Sunny. Wind: SW 5-10. So all day we will feel like the single digits to even subzero at times! Sunny, with a high near 34. Sunny, with a high near 45.
  • Obama publicly accuses Putin of hacking U.S. election, vows retaliation

    Obama publicly accuses Putin of hacking U.S. election, vows retaliation

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    The president claimed that the hacks stopped after he told Russian President Vladimir Putin to "cut it out" in September. "I think there is no doubt that when any foreign government tries to impact the integrity of our elections. Trump's election has upended the Democratic Party, which expected to not only win the White House but also carry the Senate. Obama said that USA officials should not let "the inter-family argument between Americans" obscure the need for people to "stand together" on ...
  • Sindhu goes down fighting in semis

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    The Indian dished out an energetic performance to see off a fighting Marin 21-17 21-13 in a hard-fought battle that lasted 46 minutes. Marin levelled it at 8-8 and retook the lead at 10-9 but Sindhu was back again to make to 10-10. Early in the first game, Sindhu was trailing 2-4 but she equalised only to let a couple of shots go wide, resulting in a three-point lead for Sung at 7-4.
  • Auto bomb in Turkey kills 13 soldiers and wounds dozens of people

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    The explosion came a week after a twin bombing outside an Istanbul soccer stadium killed more than 40 people and wounded more than 100, an attack claimed by Kurdish militants. Turkey is facing a wide range of security challenges including renewed conflict in the predominantly Kurdish southeast. Kurtulmus said that behind these attacks there was support by "several countries".
  • Cold Temperatures Hit The Region Wednesday

    Cold Temperatures Hit The Region Wednesday

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    Boston's morning low of 4 degrees Fahrenheit was the coldest since this date since 1883, when the mercury dipped to 1 Fahrenheit (minus 17 Celsius), according to the National Weather Service. Alcohol lowers the core body temperature and prevents you from shivering (which produces heat). On Saturday, the region will get several inches of snow.
  • Vladimir Putin, Shinzo Abe Signal No Resolution On Island Dispute

    Vladimir Putin, Shinzo Abe Signal No Resolution On Island Dispute

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    Abe said the two countries, though neighbors, "have not fully developed their potential" in economic cooperation. "I believe there are a wide range of areas where Japan and Russian Federation have not exercised our fullest potential, despite the fact that we are neighbouring nations", he said.
  • One Killed as Medical Convoy Trying to Leave Aleppo Comes Under Fire

    One Killed as Medical Convoy Trying to Leave Aleppo Comes Under Fire

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    The delicate operation to bring the last civilians and rebels out of east Aleppo began on Thursday and had continued through the night, with thousands of people leaving in buses and ambulances. Syria had guaranteed the safety of rebels and their families, who would be taken towards Idlib, a city in north-western Syria. The Observatory said around 8,500 people had left the city, going to rebel-held territory in the west of the province.
  • Louisville suspends assistant after Wake Forest probe

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    That game was scoreless until Wake Forest won in double overtime, by the way. Every other school on the Demon Deacons' schedule over the past three seasons has said they have not been contacted by Wake Forest as part of its investigation with the lone exception of IN, whose officials did not respond to requests for comment from the News & Observer's Joe Giglio.
  • Salvation Army Distributes Gifts from Angel Tree Program

    Salvation Army Distributes Gifts from Angel Tree Program

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    Hernandez spoke of the impact that a single act of kindness can have, reminding the audience that the child who receives their gifts will not be able to thank them, but "I can tell you that it truly makes a difference". These families will never know who their special Angel is, but we can bring smiles where there were tears, clothes where there were rags, food where there were crumbs, and change lives for the better which is an investment in our great community.
  • Japan tops China as world's largest holder of US Treasuries

    Japan tops China as world's largest holder of US Treasuries

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    Japan's Treasury holdings also decreased but at a slower pace; Japan trimmed $4.5B of USA paper to end the month with $1.131T, while China's holdings plunged by $41.3B to $1.115T, the lowest level since July 2010 and capping a decline of five straight months.
  • OH governor vetoes 'heartbeat bill,' signs 20-week abortion ban

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    The bill that received the most attention was the "heartbeat" bill, which would have banned abortions as soon a fetal heartbeat could be detected - so, around roughly six weeks into a pregnancy. Kasich, best known for his competitive eating on the presidential campaign trail and never backing Trump, defunded Planned Parenthood in OH almost a year ago.
  • CT unemployment rates drops to 4.7 percent

    CT unemployment rates drops to 4.7 percent

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    But Thursday's monthly employment snapshot from the MA labor department isn't all good news. However, he notes how recent payroll job counts may indicate a "significant slowing" of Connecticut's job growth. Although the total number of employed have increased by 339,000 compared to the previous year, this has nothing to do with the job market's positive standing.
  • Gov't to require cars be able to talk to each other

    Gov't to require cars be able to talk to each other

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    Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said in a press release . The department has been taking steps to accelerate vehicle-to-vehicle technology for more than a decade. But the process of spreading V2V throughout the fleet may go faster if, as expected, devices are developed that enable motorists to add the technology to older vehicles.
  • UN chief says Gambian forces should vacate election offices

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    The Gambia's long-time President Yahya Jammeh must step down when his five-year mandate ends in January, the United Nations says. On Monday Barrow had called for the president to step down "now" as his coalition became increasingly annoyed by Jammeh's refusal to admit defeat in the December 1 election and his party's legal challenge against the result.
  • Philippines' Duterte says he personally killed people

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    Speaking to the businessmen at the Cambodian presidential palace, Mr Duterte said: "In Davao I used to do it personally". Almost 6000 people are said to have been killed by police, vigilantes and mercenaries since Mr Duterte launched his drug war after being elected in May.
  • 'Personal corruption' by Modi, alleges Rahul

    'Personal corruption' by Modi, alleges Rahul

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    It is personal corruption of the Prime Minister that we have detailed information about. Gandhi further alleged that the government is not allowing him to speak in Parliament as PM Modi is terrified of him and of the information he has. "PM should stop making excuses and come to Parliament". There can not be a bigger "lie" than this, the Union Environment Minister said. "Government is not willing to answer questions".
  • Israel Signs Agreements with Azerbaijan

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    The relations between Iran and Azerbaijan deteriorated in 2012 when three men were detained by the Azeri Ministry of National Security for planning to attack Israelis employed by a Jewish school in Baku. While in Astana on Wednesday, Netanyahu visited the Great Synagogue, where he attended an event together with members of the local Jewish community.
  • Israel receives two F-35 fighter jets

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    Meanwhile, President-elect Donald Trump has expressd concern over its exorbitant price saying it to be the most expensive military weapon systems in history. In remarks ahead of the ceremony, Netanyahu lauded the new purchase. It is believed that the jets could contend with Russia's advanced S-300 anti-aircraft batteries, which have been deployed in Iran and Syria.
  • Bipartisan support for probe into Russia's hack into U.S. election

    Bipartisan support for probe into Russia's hack into U.S. election

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    McConnell did not comment on Trump's disbelief, but said he has "the highest confidence in the intelligence community". Russian motives/Trump motives: We don't know if Vladimir Putin's espionage on Trump's behalf was undertaken with some specific expectation or understanding about Trump's future conduct; on the belief Putin could manipulate pro-Russian advisers around Trump; or simply on the observation that Trump is an egomaniac and ignoramus whom Putin could play.
  • Trump Will Delay Announcement on Future of His Business

    Trump Will Delay Announcement on Future of His Business

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    The Rev. Jesse Jackson and other civil rights leaders last week wrote Trump to ask for a meeting to discuss urban policies, and to hold a White House conference on violence. "I'm a smart person, I don't need to be told the same things every single day for the next eight years", Trump said. He has expressed skepticism about climate change , and he helped spearhead this lawsuit by 28 states to try and overturn President Obama's Clean Power Plan.
  • Midwest snow storm grounds hundreds of Chicago flights

    Midwest snow storm grounds hundreds of Chicago flights

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    Overall, more than 1200 flights were cancelled in and out of O'Hare airport, and almost 200 from Midway, according to the Flightaware tracking service. An additional 5 to 8 inches of snow was also expected in Detroit, the Weather Channel said, and close to five inches were forecast in Cleveland. The cancellations represented about half of the airport's entire daily schedule.
  • What rising oil means for interest rates

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    Brent crude and US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude rose to $57.9 and $54.5 per barrel respectively in overnight trading between Sunday and Monday; the highest levels since July a year ago. "We believe that the most understated risk to oil prices would be a toxic combination of faster-than-expected USA interest rate hikes next year, a much stronger United States dollar, and a potential trade war with China".
  • Turkey reinforces military campaign in Syria; dispatches 300 commandos

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    The special troops of the 11th Command Brigade in western Denizli will join Operation Euphrates Shield, according to the source, who spoke on condition of anonymity due to restrictions on talking to media. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan stated that the aim of the operation is to clear the region of terrorists and making it into a safety zone for refugees.
  • Gazprom Neft, NIOC agree study into development of fields in Iran

    Gazprom Neft, NIOC agree study into development of fields in Iran

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    Gazprom will study the potential of Iranian oil fields Cheshmeh-Khosh and Changuleh, according to a poster at the ceremony. Zanganeh, while recalling that Iran's cooperation with Russian Federation and China remains as strategic policy pursued in the post-JCPOA era, said the country sought to diversify the parties for development of fields.
  • Saudi Arabian woman arrested after posting Twitter photo of herself without hijab

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    The woman, in her 20s, was taken to prison, he said, also accusing her of "speaking openly about prohibited relations with (non-related) men". Maiman, the official spokesperson for the Saudi police said that the Riyadh police is taking action against the woman for transgressing the laws followed in the country and also urged people to follow the teachings of Islam.
  • Syrian Army Prepares to Retake Palmyra

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    The U.S. -led coalition, which is separately fighting the militants, said late on Friday it had taken out 168 IS oil tanker trucks near Palmyra in a large air raid. The few remaining families also are trying to leave, he said. According to AP, citing the activist-run Palmyra Coordination network, jihadists gained footholds in the northern and northwestern districts of Palmyra.
  • Brexit dominates UK politics, from Supreme Court to Commons

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    First time in the court's seven-year history that all 11 judges have sat together on a case. "The most important thing is that we have now got to the position where MPs can debate the issues around our exit from the European Union while still respecting the will of the people", he said.
  • In third raid on Delhi lawyer, Rs 13.5 crore seized

    In third raid on Delhi lawyer, Rs 13.5 crore seized

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    Now after all the searches, the total unaccounted income recovered from the lawyer has touched Rs 157 crore. At the time, the I-T department had claimed that it had come across documents suggesting money laundering. A currency counting machine was also recovered from the premsies and the firm had just one guard, he said. The Income Tax department is still searching the premises.
  • Delta MD-80 slides into grass at snowy Detroit airport

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    A passenger who was on the flight tweeted from the scene, saying no injuries had been reported in the incident. The cause is under investigation, ' the statement said. National Weather Service meteorologist Mark Steinwedel said: "For the rest of the day the best advice is just to stay off the road if you can, and otherwise go slow and give yourself more time to reach your destination".
  • West Africa head says Gambia rejection could cause unrest

    West Africa head says Gambia rejection could cause unrest

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    Leaders from neighboring countries are reportedly flying in to meet with Jammeh. His party says it will file an appeal. Barrow has urged Jammeh to meet the heads of state when they arrive but could not confirm that the longtime leader would be present, saying that he had not spoken to him since December 2.