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EXPOSING LIBERAL LIE? Sheriff slams columnist for false traffic stop tale

A sheriff in Missouri is firing back at a now-suspended newspaper columnist who claimed to experience what “minority motorists” must feel when getting pulled over by cops, saying he was lucky he didn’t “get shot” during a recent traffic stop. ...

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Google Maps adding this vital new feature which could change lives

Google Maps is an absolute life saver – whether it’s trying to find that bar you’re meeting a friend at or acting as a makeshift Sat Nav for your car. The software has so many features that are just indispensable ...

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RUSSIAN TRANSLATION Moscow’s top envoy challenged over his version of Trump-Putin summit

While Secretary of State Rex Tillerson emerged from the sit-down between President Trump and Vladimir Putin claiming the U.S. president confronted the Russian leader on election meddling, it didn’t take long for Tillerson’s counterpart to provide Moscow’s version of events.  ...

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FIRST CLASS FIGHT Delta flight turns back after attack on attendant

A Delta Airlines flight headed for Beijing returned to Washington after a passenger assaulted a flight attendant nearly an hour into the trip, officials said. A 23-year-old man sitting in first class attacked the flight attendant on Delta Flight 129 ...

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THIN BACK IN? Victoria’s Secret models seen getting skinnier

While some new lingerie brands have been targeting their marketing campaigns to appeal to the average size woman, some industry insiders are wondering if Victoria’s Secret (VS) seems to be taking the opposite tack, using skinnier models than they have ...

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Omar Khadr says government apology ‘restores a little bit my reputation’

Omar Khadr hopes an apology from the federal government will help restore his reputation, but tells CBC’s Rosemary Barton he’s sorry that the apology or monetary settlement could cause pain for the family of the soldier he is accused of ...

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Europe's stock markets CRASH: 3-month low over Euro Bank’s support withdrawal

Germany’s top share index the DAX crashed another 0.3 per cent on Friday, and France’s equivalent the CAC 40 tumbled 0.4 per cent, following up heavy losses for both the previous day. Shares have been hit following the revelation monetary ...

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BIAS ALERT: Trump's defense of the West is dubbed racist, 'dark'

President Trump spoke proudly of the Western world pursuing innovation, cherishing art and writing symphonies – but the only instrument a Washington Post writer heard was a dog whistle. Trump’s Thursday speech in Warsaw was largely acclaimed – even by ...

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