• CBS News accidentally publishes obituary for former first lady Barbara Bush
CBS News accidentally publishes obituary for former first lady Barbara Bush

Neil told Great Day Houston's Deborah Duncan Monday that his mother is still able to enjoy one of her favorite past times: books. Hopefully, this was all a big misunderstanding. Abigail Adams, wife of John Adams, the nation's second president, was also a mother of the sixth president, John Quincy Adams. "And so numerous people in the arena here, y...

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  • Facebook Faces Questions Over Cambridge Analytica
Facebook Faces Questions Over Cambridge Analytica

Launched in 2014, "Bumble" initially allowed Facebook-based information to speed up and simplify the process of registration and logging in of new users. At a minimum, "Facebook is going to have to think about ways to structure their technology to give that proper notice", said Woodrow Hartzog, a Northeastern University professor of law and compute...

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  • Syria air strikes: MPs to hold second emergency debate
Syria air strikes: MPs to hold second emergency debate

May, whose leadership has been questioned after scandals, divisions over Brexit and an ill-judged election that lost her party its majority in parliament, has found support from other global leaders for backing action against Syria . A third event called Don't Bomb Syria starts at 5.30pm in Bedford Square Exeter. Any vote at the end of Monday'...

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  • Are we alone? NASA's new planet hunter aims to find out
Are we alone? NASA's new planet hunter aims to find out

Nasa predicts that TESS will discover 20,000 exoplanets - or planets outside the solar system - including more than 50 Earth-sized planets and up to 500 planets less than twice the size of Earth. The satellite will only hunt potential exoplanet candidates, some of which could be those sitting in the habitable zone or at the right distance from t...

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  • Scott Pruitt's $43K soundproof phone booth reportedly broke spending laws
Scott Pruitt's $43K soundproof phone booth reportedly broke spending laws

EPA also told the GAO the booth "not only enables the administrator to make and receive phone calls to discuss sensitive information, but it also enables him to use this area to make and receive classified telephone calls (up to the top secret level) for the objective of conducting agency business".

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  • United Kingdom and UK are warning that Russian Federation has been hacking routers worldwide
United Kingdom and UK are warning that Russian Federation has been hacking routers worldwide

On Monday, the US Department of Homeland Security , the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the UK's National Cyber Security Center jointly issued a technical alert . The router hacking operation has targeted both government and private sector groups, and the key providers of network infrastructure and internet services serving them.

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  • Trump lawyer Michael Cohen forced to reveal another client: Sean Hannity
Trump lawyer Michael Cohen forced to reveal another client: Sean Hannity

The legal showdown began last week when FBI agents searched Cohen's office, home, hotel room and safe-deposit box, seizing records and documents as part of a probe by federal prosecutors in NY into possible bank fraud and wire fraud. "I never paid a legal fee". "And I assume that those conversations were attorney-client confidential". According t...

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  • Delhi: Rahul Gandhi leads midnight candlelight march to protest crimes against women
Delhi: Rahul Gandhi leads midnight candlelight march to protest crimes against women

The BJP is not only involved directly, it is also protesting in favour of the culprits and stopping law enforcement agencies from doing their job. Congress workers tried to come near Rahul Gandhi, giving hard time to the Special Protection Group (SPG) men protecting him.

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  • Swedish Academy head quits Nobel body amid sexual misconduct scandal
Swedish Academy head quits Nobel body amid sexual misconduct scandal

The crisis started last week after three male members resigned over the academy's vote not to remove a female colleague. Danius said the row over the scandal had "already affected the Nobel Prize quite severely", referring to how defections from the Academy could impact the image of the Nobel Prizes and Sweden's reputation.

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  • Watch How Referee Michael Oilver Awarded A Late Penalty To Real Madrid
Watch How Referee Michael Oilver Awarded A Late Penalty To Real Madrid

Juventus nearly knocked Real Madrid out of the Champions League quarter-finals after scoring three times at the Santiago Bernabeu to level the aggregate scores following their 3-0 loss to the Spanish in the first-leg of the competition.

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  • United States lowers NAFTA key auto content demand: Mexico auto lobby
United States lowers NAFTA key auto content demand: Mexico auto lobby

Trump wondered why Pence made that decision and told Chief of Staff John Kelly to get rid of Lerner, Axios reported Sunday . The conference brought together leaders of more than 30 countries. He learned only Tuesday that he would be attending in Trump's place so the president could manage the US response to Syria. Pence said they simply had a ...

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  • After the Syria Strike, a Strategy
After the Syria Strike, a Strategy

Haley later told CBS that sanctions would be announced , likely on Monday, against Russian companies supplying the Syrian regime. The strikes "successfully hit every target", said Dana W. "These fearless believers returned to their homes to be a light and many of them live in Homs and Damascus-near the targeted strikes", the statement ex...

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  • Bon Jovi reunited for Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction
Bon Jovi reunited for Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction

According to USA Today , Howard Stern said of the group's rise to fame, "Aside from the incredible music accomplishments, they are some of the nicest men I ever met, humble and gracious". I think you'll have to ask him'. "If you want to be like my sister and you have a dream, don't let anything stop you from your quest". Normally when musici...

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  • CBI makes 2nd arrest in Unnao rape case
CBI makes 2nd arrest in Unnao rape case

Ram Madhav had 45-minute meeting with Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti before taking meetings of BJP Legislature Party comprising ministers, MLAs, MLCs and senior office bearers followed by exclusive meeting with 11 party ministers at the BJP headquarters at Trikuta Nagar.

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  • Russian Federation fails to win United Nations backing to condemn military strikes on Syria
Russian Federation fails to win United Nations backing to condemn military strikes on Syria

Mrs Merkel said the strikes were needed "to maintain the effectiveness of the global rejection of chemical weapons use and to warn the Syrian regime against further violations". A resolution needs at least nine "yes" votes to be approved. Russian Federation angrily accused Britain, France and the US, the three nations involved in the airs...

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  • Comey takes a swipe at Trump in plug for new book
Comey takes a swipe at Trump in plug for new book

Asked about Trump's use of the words last week "slime ball" to describe Comey, Ryan said, "I don't use words like that". Mr Comey, who was appointed by Barack Obama in 2013, has kept quiet about his time under Mr Trump for almost a year, with the interview and book finally breaking his silence.

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  • Pence says USA could possibly reach NAFTA deal
Pence says USA could possibly reach NAFTA deal

The vice president called Maduro's government a "dictatorship" and said the US would continue to push a hard line against the country's leadership. U.S. "The United States believes now is the time to do more, much more", he said. He'll also discuss the influence of Chinese trade in the region. More than a dozen Latin American countries have a...

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  • Russian Federation calls an emergency session to discuss strikes on Syria
Russian Federation calls an emergency session to discuss strikes on Syria

By contrast, eight countries voted against the Russian draft - the U.S., U.K., France, Netherlands, Sweden, Kuwait, Poland and Ivory Coast. Those current members are Bolivia, Côte d'Ivoire, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Netherlands, Peru, Poland, and Sweden.

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  • A little rain, a little snow, a little freezing weather here
A little rain, a little snow, a little freezing weather here

Rain, snow, sleet and "all precipitation types" are likely with the storm that also is poised to deliver strong winds and blizzard conditions, the National Weather Service said. Tornado Warning: Take Action! The watch will be issued at 1:00 pm and the warnings will be issued at 1:45 pm. A strong cold front raking across the southern U.S.

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  • Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti appreciates people for dismissing 'communal forces'
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti appreciates people for dismissing 'communal forces'

A meeting of Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) is also being held in Srinagar today to discuss the situation. Chief BJP spokesperson Sunil Sethi claimed that none of the party's ministers supported the rapists - all they wanted was a fair investigation.

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