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Goodman really had to make most of it up, including saying "The Rexy is loose" while acting like a dinosaur. The real Scaramucci was a sport about the spoof, right after the sketch aired he showed his interest in the tie Bill Hader was wearing.
  • Interior Secretary Criticized for Saying 'Konnichiwa' After Hearing Story of Japanese Internment

    Interior Secretary Criticized for Saying 'Konnichiwa' After Hearing Story of Japanese Internment

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    Collen Hanabusa (D-Hawaii) asked the secretary a question about funding for the maintenance of historic sites from the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II. Seventy-six years ago, about 120,000 mostly Japanese-Americans were forced into internment camps after the the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor. The group said he should have acknowledged Hanabusa's family story and underscored that the "history of the incarceration of more than 120,000 Japanese Americans is a shameful, ...
  • This is the world's happiest country in 2018

    This is the world's happiest country in 2018

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    It surveyed 156 countries for their happiness levels, and 117 countries to determine the happiness of immigrants. The unhappiest countries from a year ago once again found themselves in dismal positions. Though the economy in America is strong, its place in the ranking fell four spots from last year's report . Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland, Netherlands, Canada, New Zealand, Sweden and Australia rounded out the top 10 countries respectively.
  • All 6 candidates in Maharashtra set to enter RS unopposed

    All 6 candidates in Maharashtra set to enter RS unopposed

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    The candidates for all six seats from the state were elected unopposed today. "These MLAs have openly stated that they would vote for the Congress in the upcoming Rajya Sabha polls which is too much", he said. Their nominations were filed after the BJP kicked up a row over the validity of Rathwa's nomination March 13 - the last day of registration. As the legislature arithmetic of BJP's 99 seats and 77 of the Congress clearly indicate smooth sailing for their official nominees for the four ...
  • Buhari discusses with US Secretary, Rex Tillerson in Aso Rock

    Buhari discusses with US Secretary, Rex Tillerson in Aso Rock

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    Chad is an important US ally in the fight against Islamist groups in West Africa and the report will be reviewed by President Donald Trump next month. U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson waves after delivering remarks to the employees at the State Department in Washington, U.S., May 3, 2017. Chad was also confused because National Security Adviser H.R.
  • Met Office issues yellow weather warning for snow

    Met Office issues yellow weather warning for snow

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    A snow warning for the South-east of England has been issued by the Met Office for Sunday (March 18). Temperatures will gradually get colder as we head towards the weekend, with the weather not expected to get above 2°C on Saturday. "Yes, I hate to say it, we could see the return of snow too, this weekend". "As a result some places may see temperatures fall to only a few degrees above freezing - this most likely across the east of the UK".
  • Matt Damon, Ben Affleck to support inclusion rider

    Matt Damon, Ben Affleck to support inclusion rider

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    Google searches for " inclusion rider " spiked in the wake of McDormand's speech and there were thousands of tweets mentioning the term in the 20 minutes after her speech concluded. "And I think the inclusion rider will have something to do with that". Damon put his foot his mouth multiple times in an attempt to voice his opinions on the scandal involving his frequent film collaborator Harvey Weinstein , while Affleck followed in his brother Casey's steps and was accused of sexual ...
  • Indiana's Unemployment Rate By the Numbers

    Indiana's Unemployment Rate By the Numbers

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    The United States' jobless rate remained steady at 4.1 percent between December and January. The rates in Alabama (3.7 percent), California (4.4 percent), ME (3.0 percent), and MS (4.6 percent) set new series lows, according to the BLS, which began the current series in 1976.
  • Taliban 'elements' interested in talks: U.S. defense secretary Jim Mattis

    Taliban 'elements' interested in talks: U.S. defense secretary Jim Mattis

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    The United States is picking up signs of interest from Taliban elements in exploring the possibility of talks with Kabul to end the more than 16-year-old war, U.S. The insurgent group has said it is prepared to negotiate, but only with the US and not with the Kabul government. The Taliban has said it will talk to the United States, but not the Western-backed Afghan government the insurgents see as illegitimate.
  • Passengers aboard doomed helicopter all drowned

    Passengers aboard doomed helicopter all drowned

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    Witnesses on a nearby waterfront esplanade said the helicopter was flying noisily, then suddenly dropped and quickly submerged. Mike Isler, an aerial technician, said he has worked with Liberty Helicopters to schedule more than 50 flights over the last 10 years for a variety of film-production jobs.
  • Trump halts Broadcom takeover of Qualcomm

    Trump halts Broadcom takeover of Qualcomm

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    Singapore-based semiconductor company Broadcom has been engaging in a hostile takeover bid for Qualcomm, well known to us for their Snapdragon range of processors. The Treasury Department's letter was addressed to lawyers for Broadcom and Qualcomm, and was made public by Qualcomm. In the official executive order statement regarding the proposed takeover Trump has prohibited the takeover as well as prohibited any mergers, acquisitions, or takeovers that are deemed to be "substantially ...
  • Bangla airliner crashes while landing at Kathmandu Airport killing 50 people

    Bangla airliner crashes while landing at Kathmandu Airport killing 50 people

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    All flight flying in and out of Tribhuvan International Airport were cancelled. There has been a series of accidents at Kathmandu's airport in the past. Sharma Oli visited the crash site to take stock of the situation and said that a commission would look into the crash. Nepal has witnessed a number of accidents involving aircraft in recent years.
  • 'Accountant of Auschwitz' reportedly dies in hospital

    'Accountant of Auschwitz' reportedly dies in hospital

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    A spokesman of the prosecutor's office in the northern city of Hanover told AFP that Oskar Groening's lawyer had informed him of his death but he was unable to confirm it officially. But while he admitted witnessing individual atrocities, he did not acknowledge participating in any crimes. Most recently, his lawyers made one final bid for clemency, a decision on which still was pending.
  • Man's severed leg used as pillow in Jhansi hospital

    Man's severed leg used as pillow in Jhansi hospital

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    The school bus helper, believed to be called Ghanshyam, had to have his leg amputated after the vehicle overturned while trying to avoid crashing into a tractor, local media reports. Ghanshyam, 28, a school bus conductor, had lost one of his legs when the bus turned turtle in Lehcura area in Jhansi district. The hospital officials, however, denied that the amputated leg had been used as a pillow but added that a probe had been ordered into the reports to this effect.
  • A first round exit for Clemson? Charles Barkley thinks so

    A first round exit for Clemson? Charles Barkley thinks so

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    College of Charleston (24-7) earned its first bid to the NCAA Tournament since 1999 by winning the Colonial Athletic Association Championship, 83-76, over Northeastern this past Tuesday. "We are going to get up and get ready for them". The Auburn Tigers shared the SEC regular-season title then made a one-game exit in the SEC tournament.
  • Elizabeth

    Elizabeth "Pow Wow Chow" Warren Won't Take DNA Test

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    A directory of law professors listed Warren as a minority from 1986 to 1995, just before she joined Harvard Law School. And his family was bitterly opposed to that because she was part Native American. Asked repeatedly if she would serve a full six-year term if re-elected, Warren said she was not running for president and would fight "for the people of MA, and for the people across this country".
  • Farmers 'crack whip' on Maharashtra government

    Farmers 'crack whip' on Maharashtra government

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    Finally, the Maharashtra government seems to have woken up to the plight of the farmers who are planning to gherao the state Assembly on Monday to press for their demands, including complete waiver of loans. Police have made all security arrangements and issued a traffic advisory to avoid jams in the most populous city in the state. The Maharashtra government had requested the farmers to withdraw their stir, but the farmers have refused to do so.
  • France President Emmanuel Macron to arrive in India today

    France President Emmanuel Macron to arrive in India today

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    On Sunday, Modi and French President Emmanuel Macron will co-chair the founding conference of the India-initiated ISA which was launched by Modi and then French President Francois Hollande during the Paris climate summit in 2015. Defence cooperation between the two countries now has a new significance, the French President said. Departing from protocol, PM Modi received Macron at the airport on Friday night in a special gesture.
  • USA says committed to Kenya on trade, security

    USA says committed to Kenya on trade, security

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    The Maendeleo Chap Chap (MCC) party leader also reiterated the importance of Kenyans feeling included in the National Agenda. This is the time to work for the electorates and forget about politics and elections until 2022. As leaders, said Odinga, they had a duty to reflect on their performance in reaching Kenya's goals since independence: justice, unity, peace, liberty and prosperity for all.
  • France's far-right party now 'adult' and needs name change: Le Pen

    France's far-right party now 'adult' and needs name change: Le Pen

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    Let them call you nativists", he said . "Wear it as a badge of honor", he told the crowd at the party congress. In the presidential election, it appeared this strategy paid off, as Le Pen gained more than 10 million votes (33.9 per cent) in the final round, despite her weird and catastrophic performance in a debate with Macron, which cost her support.
  • Turkish forces only 4 km away from Syria's Afrin city: watchdog

    Turkish forces only 4 km away from Syria's Afrin city: watchdog

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    The US proposal to establish a permanent 30,000 strong force on the Turkish-Syrian border prompted the military offensive " Operation Olive Branch " to launch in the north of Syria earlier this year. "To date 850 square kilometers have been taken under our control". The word "neutralised" is used to imply that the terrorists in question either surrendered or were killed or captured.
  • Meghan Markle's wedding dress is reportedly costing $700k

    Meghan Markle's wedding dress is reportedly costing $700k

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    During a walkabout before their royal duties, Harry - sporting a camel sweater, navy slacks and a matching overcoat - met an Oasis Academy school student, Sophia Richards, 10, who told him she wanted to be an actress when she grew up. If she follows in the footsteps of soon-to-be sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge, Meghan will choose a British designer to create her masterpiece, and there's no doubt she will have already been to countless meetings about the design, and even fittings.
  • Civilians of Ghouta trapped in regime's blistering assault

    Civilians of Ghouta trapped in regime's blistering assault

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    The cease-fire endorsed more than a week ago by the United Nations Security Council - but not yet implemented - does not cover H.T.S., a coalition of rebel forces led by the Nusra Front, a group that was formed as Al Qaeda's Syria affiliate and is listed internationally as a terrorist group.