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Mayor From North Ogden, Utah Identified as Service Member Killed in Afghanistan

Utah mayor ID'd as serviceman killed in AfghanistanThe U.S. armed forces member who was killed in an apparent insider attack in Afghanistan on Saturday has been identified as the mayor of a Utah city.

Brent Taylor, the mayor of North Ogden, had taken a one-year leave of absence from his mayoral duties to deploy to Afghanistan as a member of the state’s National Guard. He was expected to complete his deployment in January but was killed by a member of the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces while serving as part of an advisory team.

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Report: Armed Militias Heading to Border to Keep Migrant Caravans Out

Armed Militias head to borderHundreds of gun-toting militia members and vigilantes are reportedly heading for the U.S.-Mexico border to help prevent what President Trump has described as an “invasion” of the country by dangerous migrants.

After Trump deployed thousands of U.S. troops to the border in anticipation of migrant caravans that are still hundreds of miles away, several militia groups organized their own caravans, according to The Washington Post.

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North Korea Threatens to Resume Nuclear Development

Korea threatening to build nukes againNorth Korea has reportedly threatened to resume its nuclear program if U.S.-led sanctions aren’t lifted.

The Foreign Ministry’s Institute for American Studies released a statement late Friday demanding that the U.S. “stop the self-destructive act of putting pressure” on Pyongyang, warning that it could revise its policy on the nuclear program if sanctions continue, according to the Korean Central News Agency.

The statement comes after North Korean leader Kim Jong Un complained recently that “vicious” sanctions are hindering the country’s development and resulting in “change and submission.”

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Two Dead After Amazon Building Suffers Partial Collapse in Baltimore

Two dead after Amazon Building CollapsesTwo people have been confirmed dead after an Amazon fulfillment center in Baltimore partially collapsed during a storm late Friday.

Baltimore firefighters recovered the second victim’s body early Saturday morning, hours after the first victim was found underneath the debris. Chief Roman Clark said a 50-foot wall had collapsed in the building during a severe storm in the area, and firefighters are still checking the scene for signs of any other people injured.

Authorities have not yet determined what caused the collapse, but a spokesman for Amazon cited “severe weather” for the deaths in a statement. Meteorologists are also working to determine if a tornado touched down in the area, according to the Baltimore Sun.

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Scott Beierle, suspected gunman in Tallahassee yoga studio shooting, had history of arrests for grabbing women

Tallahasee yoga studio shooter

The gunman who shot and killed two people and wounded at least four others before killing himself Friday had a history of arrests for grabbing women, according to Leon County court records.

Scott Paul Beierle, 40, was arrested in 2012 on a charge of misdemeanor battery after allegedly grabbing the buttocks of two women on the campus of Florida State University, according to Leon County court records. He was arrested again in 2016 on a battery charge after allegedly slapping and grabbing another woman’s rear end by the swimming pool at an apartment complex where he lived.

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U.S. service member killed in 'insider attack' in Afghanistan

US Service member killed in AfghanistanA U.S. service member is dead and another is injured after what NATO called an "apparent insider attack" in Afghanistan on Saturday.

Operation Resolute Support said in a news release Saturday it is investigating the incident, which is suspected of being carried out by a member of the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces.

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Russia says US sanctions 'illegal', will help Iran trade oil

Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak

Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak has said Moscow will support Iran to counter US oil sanctions.

Washington on Friday restored sanctions on Tehran, which had previously been lifted under the 2015 nuclear deal.

The measures are due to come into effect on Monday.

In an interview with the British Financial Times newspaper, Novak said that Russia is looking to continue trading Iranian crude oil beyond the Monday cut-off.

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Donald Trump told a lie 83 times in 1 day

Trump lies and lies and liesAs the 2018 midterm election nears, President Donald Trump is disseminating false and misleading statements at a pace that leaves even his own past prevarications in the dust.

In the month of October, Trump said 1,104 things that were totally or partially untrue -- more than double his next most prodigious month (September), according to the tireless cataloging by The Washington Post's Fact Checker blog.
Trump is averaging -- AVERAGING -- 30 false or misleading claims a day in the last seven weeks. And, per the Fact Checker, he often of late soars far above that average. As one example: On October 22, when he traveled to Houston to hold a rally for Texas Sen. Ted Cruz (R), Trump, said 83 untrue things in a single day. 83!
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Supreme Court allows census trial to go forward

SC allows census trial to go forward

The Supreme Court is allowing a trial over the decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census to go forward over the Trump administration’s objection.

The justices’ issued a brief order Friday rejecting the administration’s request to postpone the trial, set to begin Monday in New York.

More than a dozen states and big cities, among others, have sued over Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross’ decision to add a citizenship question to the census for the first time since 1950.

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