The Latest: Kuwait's emir quickly ends troubled Gulf summit

The Latest: Kuwait's emir quickly ends troubled Gulf summitKuwait's emir has quickly ended a troubled summit of the Gulf Cooperation Council amid the ongoing diplomatic dispute targeting Qatar.


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    Illegal immigrant indicted on federal charges after San Francisco murder acquittal

    Illegal immigrant indicted on federal charges after San Francisco murder acquittalA grand jury on Tuesday indicted on federal charges an illegal immigrant from Mexico who was acquitted last week of murder by a San Francisco jury, the U.S. Justice Department said in a statement. Jose Ines Garcia Zarate was indicted on charges of being a felon in possession of a firearm, and for being an illegal immigrant in possession of a firearm, the statement said.


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      Yet Another New Wildfire Is Blazing in Los Angeles, This Time Near Bel Air

      Yet Another New Wildfire Is Blazing in Los Angeles, This Time Near Bel AirHundreds of homes burned in the area during the famous Bel Air Fire of 1961


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        Congressman Says Democratic Leaders Knew About His Sexual Misconduct Allegations a Year Ago

        Congressman Says Democratic Leaders Knew About His Sexual Misconduct Allegations a Year Ago"They didn't find anything"


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          Turkey could break off ties with Israel over Jerusalem: Erdogan

          Turkey could break off ties with Israel over Jerusalem: ErdoganPresident Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday Turkey could go as far as breaking off diplomatic ties with Israel if the United States formally recognizes Jerusalem as the Israeli capital, a move he said would be a “red line” for Muslims. U.S. officials have said Trump is likely to give a speech on Wednesday unilaterally recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, a step that would break with decades of U.S. policy and could fuel violence in the Middle East. Israel captured Arab East Jerusalem in the 1967 Middle East war.


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            Correction: Sniper Author-Ventura story

            Correction: Sniper Author-Ventura storyMINNEAPOLIS (AP) — In a story Dec. 4 about Jesse Ventura, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Ventura served as Minnesota's governor from 1993-2003. He served from 1999-2003.


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              White House: Trump 'doesn't necessarily' agree with Moore about barring Muslims from Congress

              White House: Trump 'doesn't necessarily' agree with Moore about barring Muslims from CongressWhite House press secretary Sarah Sanders said President Trump doesn't necessarily back all of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore's controversial views.


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                Feinstein: 'We are beginning to see' an obstruction of justice case against Trump

                Feinstein: 'We are beginning to see' an obstruction of justice case against TrumpSen. Dianne Feinstein, ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, says it is becoming increasingly clear that President Trump’s firing of FBI director James Comey represents an obstruction of justice.


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                  Ex-Justice Department officials defend FBI after Trump says bureau is 'in tatters'

                  Ex-Justice Department officials defend FBI after Trump says bureau is 'in tatters'President Trump’s assertion that former FBI Director James Comey left the bureau’s reputation “in tatters” isn’t sitting well with Comey and other former members of the Justice Department.


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                    The 2017 Supermoon Seen From Around The World

                    The 2017 Supermoon Seen From Around The WorldThe first in a series of three supermoons lit up the sky overnight Sunday, appearing so big in some places that it looked close enough to touch.


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