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He also said prisons, schools and local authorities would not have much to celebrate about the new budget and should be preparing for more hard years ahead. And the public finances are also forecast to continue improving. He added: "We are not going to take funding away from people". "There is one stand out example of where the rules of the game must evolve now if they are to keep up with the emerging digital economy.
  • Trump dubs Steyer, bomb plot target, a ‘lunatic’

    Trump dubs Steyer, bomb plot target, a ‘lunatic’

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    He faces charges of interstate transportation of an explosive, illegal mailing of explosives, threats against former presidents and certain other persons, threatening interstate communications, and assaulting federal officers. Since a pipe bomb turned up at CNN's NY office in the Time Warner Center on Wednesday, all mail to the network has been screened offsite, he said.
  • These are the victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting

    These are the victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting

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    Authorities have released the names of the victims from yesterday's attack on a synagogue in the historic neighborhood of Squirrel Hill in Pittsburgh, PA as well other details about the tragedy which authorities say could take "weeks" to process and investigate.
  • Gillum rallies support after nasty debate

    Gillum rallies support after nasty debate

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    Justin Schmidt of Davie, a Gillum supporter who attended the forum at TKAE, feels that the Democratic candidate would be a strong supporter for the State of Israel if elected governor. In the night's sharpest exchange, DeSantis, a former congressman, was asked why he agreed to speak at multiple conferences organized by anti-Muslim provocateur David Horowitz, a man who has called former President Barack Obama "an evil man" and a "pretend Christian".
  • Grocery store shooting leaves 2 dead; suspect in custody

    Grocery store shooting leaves 2 dead; suspect in custody

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    Bush arrived at the First Baptist Church of Jeffersontown shortly after Wednesday service concluded. Pastor Keith Tyler, of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church in Lexington, questions what Bush meant to do at the church. When deputies tried to subdue him, he fought off attempts to handcuff him and he punched a deputy twice. Bush also was marked as a "suicide risk" on the arrest sheet, which noted that his ex-wife had a protective order against him.
  • The Queen Says Goodbye To Her Beloved Corgi, Whisper

    The Queen Says Goodbye To Her Beloved Corgi, Whisper

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    When Bill died in 2016, the Queen took on Whisper to return the favour. The Queen is known for her handsome gaggle of dogs, especially the corgis that have been a constant in her life since she got her first as a gift at 18. At Sandringham, Her Majesty also has her group of Labradors, with whom she spends time whenever she stays at her English estate. Her father, King George VI, introduced her to the little dogs when he brought Dookie to the family in 1933.
  • Florida man charged in connection with 14 bombs sent to Trump critics

    Florida man charged in connection with 14 bombs sent to Trump critics

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    He was arrested, aged 29, on a theft charge. The packages sent by Sayoc included photographs of his intended targets, each one marked with a red X, according to the criminal complaint . The company did eventually suspend Sayoc's account, but it wasn't until after he'd been arrested. But they were uncertain whether the devices were poorly designed or never meant to cause physical harm.
  • One man in custody in connection with package bombs

    One man in custody in connection with package bombs

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    The US government on Friday announced a suspect had been arrested in connection with 12 suspicious packages and pipe bombs sent to critics of Donald Trump in a days-long spree that has inflamed the United States ahead of key midterm elections.
  • Royals Harry and Meghan arrive in New Zealand for 4-day tour

    Royals Harry and Meghan arrive in New Zealand for 4-day tour

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    Meghan boarded the plane in a burgundy dress. According to the publication, the royal couple was "hosted privately" at the five-star Vatuvara Private Islands resort. We were too close, so the decision was made to abort the landing. The gown chosen by Meghan for her marriage at St George's Chapel at the castle is part of an exhibition on the big day which also features uniform worn by the Duke of Sussex.
  • Satan-worshiping middle school students planned stabbing spree at their school

    Satan-worshiping middle school students planned stabbing spree at their school

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    Two girls at a middle school in central Florida were waiting in a bathroom, planning to overpower 15 smaller students, kill them with knives and drink their blood, authorities said Wednesday. Two "tween" girls were caught with knives and other sharp utensils at a Florida middle school. According to CBN News , investigators believe the girls planned on drinking the blood of their victims' out of a goblet in worship of the devil.
  • Florida man charged after weeklong bomb-package scare

    Florida man charged after weeklong bomb-package scare

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    Law enforcement officials told The Associated Press that the devices, containing timers and batteries, were not rigged like booby-trapped package bombs that would explode upon opening. The parcels each consisted of a manila envelope with a bubble-wrap interior containing "potentially destructive devices", the Federal Bureau of Investigation said.
  • Trump says 'bringing out the military' to protect U.S. border

    Trump says 'bringing out the military' to protect U.S. border

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    America's Voice, a nonprofit immigrant advocacy organization, accused the administration of using fear and lies to whip up a "race-baiting frenzy" over border security ahead of the midterm elections. Most are Hondurans, seeking to escape the poverty and violence that plagues the region. The Mexican government estimates 4,500 people are still part of the caravan.
  • Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Says Killing of Jamal Khashoggi Was 'Tremendous Mistake'

    Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Says Killing of Jamal Khashoggi Was 'Tremendous Mistake'

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    He stressed that "it's not a decision against the kingdom or its people". CNN aired surveillance footage on Monday showing a man in Khashoggi's dress shirt, suit jacket and trousers. Saudi Arabia said on Saturday that Khashoggi was involved in "a physical confrontation, which resulted in his death". She also reiterated the federal government's call for a thorough investigation in collaboration with Turkish officials.
  • 18 killed as Jordan flash flood sweeps away students on trip

    18 killed as Jordan flash flood sweeps away students on trip

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    Thursday's incident is the second tragedy resulting from flash-flooding near the Dead Sea this year. Some of them are said to be in a serious condition. A huge rescue operation has been launched and Israel said it had sent helicopters at Jordan's request. A bridge on one of the cliffs of the Dead Sea had collapsed with the intensity of the rains, the first such heavy rains after the end of the summer season.
  • Anthony Scaramucci doubles down, calls Trump 'intentional liar'

    Anthony Scaramucci doubles down, calls Trump 'intentional liar'

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    The statement continued: "The President, and especially the White House Press Secretary, should understand their words matter". "Certainly the media has a role to play in this process", she said. This is peak post-modernism I think. "At his inauguration, the president of the United States swears to protect the U.S. Constitution, including the First Amendment", the letter read.
  • Andrew Gillum Wants Ron DeSantis To Show Him Some Respect

    Andrew Gillum Wants Ron DeSantis To Show Him Some Respect

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    Meanwhile DeSantis followed the tried-and-tested Trump attack lines - hitting out at Gillum for being soft on crime and wanting to abolish ICE. Gillum said again on Wednesday that his brother, Marcus Gillum, gave him the ticket but also acknowledged what had become clear earlier in the week, when former Florida lobbyist and longtime friend Adam Corey turned over about 150 pages of text messages and emails under subpoena from the state ethics commission.