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Upset and not accepting of the election results, Trump appears to have forgotten he still has to govern

Getty President Donald Trump appears to be neglecting his duties and has mostly been out of sight for the past week.  Since losing the election, he's refused to concede to President-elect Joe Biden and is falsely alleging fraud. Trump has not addressed the growing COVID-19 outbreak and other national concerns.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Following the results of the presidential election, President Donald Trump appears to be neglecting his duties to govern. He has...
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Huge China-backed trade pact to be signed at Southeast Asian summit

Fifteen Asia-Pacific nations are set to sign an enormous free trade deal at an online summit that started Thursday, with the pact seen as a coup for China in extending its influence across the region.
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Covid 19: I've lost my job, should I retrain?

The pandemic has caused thousands of people to lose their jobs. How easy is it to find a new career?
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Donald Trump supporters can get free food at Kentucky restaurants owned by the same couple. But there's a catch.

Louisville restaurant owners Troy King and Selena Johnson are offering free food to anyone who trades in Donald Trump merchandise.         [Author: Louisville Courier Journal]
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I Face up to Life in Prison for Violence Against the Thai Queen. I'm Innocent

Thai student Bunkueanun ‘Francis’ Paothong, 21, is facing a rarely used charge of violence against the queen—if convicted he faces up to life in prison. "They are trying to make an example of me," he tells TIME
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Australia may prosecute soldiers over Afghanistan 'war crimes'

Alleged misconduct by Australian soldiers in Afghanistan has been the focus of a four-year inquiry.
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It's reportedly a bad idea to even mention the name 'Biden' near certain administration officials

Privately, National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien is open about President Trump losing the election and the need to start a transition with President-elect Joe Biden, one official told The Daily Beast, but he won't say anything about the matter to Trump's face.Multiple officials told The Daily Beast that O'Brien has been enabling Trump and his refusal to concede the election. He has urged national security staffers to go along with Trump's false claims about widespread vote...
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Donald Trump supporters can get free food at Kentucky restaurants owned by the same couple. But there's a catch.

Louisville restaurant owners Troy King and Selena Johnson are offering free food to anyone who trades in Donald Trump merchandise.
Tags: News, Kentucky, Donald Trump, Louisville, Troy King, Selena Johnson


Oregon regrettably exploded an 8-ton whale carcass 50 years ago, using 20 cases of TNT. Watch.

Oregon highway workers had to find a way to dispose of the rotting carcass of a 45-foot-long, eight ton whale in Florence, the closest beach town to Eugene, on Nov. 12, 1970. They decided to obliterate it using 20 cases -- half a ton -- of dynamite. "The hope was that the long-dead Pacific gray whale would be almost disintegrated by the blast, and that any small pieces still around after the explosion would be taken care of by seagulls and other scavengers," explained KATU's Paul Linnman, in...
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Govt amends internet shutdown rules to restrict validity of orders to 15 days

The Indian government has amended the internet shutdown rules, formally known as the Temporary Suspension of Telecom Services Rules, to restrict the validity of suspension orders to 15 days. The amendment was on November 10.  The Supreme Court had reiterated in the Anuradha Bhasin judgment that suspending internet services indefinitely is not permitted under the above-mentioned rules and that suspensions can only be ordered for temporary durations. The court had also ruled that internet shu...
Tags: Travel, News, Internet, Kashmir, The Supreme Court, Jammu, Ladakh, Jammu Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir, Internet shutdowns, Anuradha Bhasin, Temporary Suspension of Telecom Services Rules, Kashmir Times


LA Chargers v Miami Dolphins Preview

Jim Johnson and Louis Ragone join Michael Fink to discuss the Miami Dolphins v LA Chargers this weekend at Hard Rock Stadium. We give you our predictions to close the show. The post LA Chargers v Miami Dolphins Preview appeared first on Mia
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She was named in Trump's lawsuit. See Michigan election official fact check results

Speaking to CNN's Don Lemon, Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson (D) said she's confident the election was extremely well run despite the lawsuit brought by Donald Trump's legal team.
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Michigan election official fact checks voter fraud claim

Speaking to CNN's Don Lemon, Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson (D) said she's confident the election was extremely well run despite the lawsuit brought by Donald Trump's legal team.
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Will it be a happy ending for Radio 1's Innuendo Bingo?

Coronavirus rules mean one of Radio 1's longest-running features is being retired.
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Sacramento Passes Ordinance Banning Leaf Blowers On Bad Air Days

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento leaders have passed a ban on leaf blowers, but only on days when the air reaches unhealthy levels. The ordinance takes effect when the Air Quality Index reaches 100 or higher. Sacramento has averaged 34.4 days a year (dating back to 2014) where the AQI went over 100, according to numbers from the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District cited by city leaders. Both gas and electric leaf blowers are banned under the ordinance. Officials argue that por...
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Iran's enriched uranium stockpile 12 times limit, says IAEA

Tehran has continued to breach a 2015 deal, but denies that it is trying to build nuclear weapons.
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Dispatches to the President-elect are sitting at the State Department, but the Trump administration won't let him access them, officials famiiar with the messages say

A stack of messages from foreign leaders to President-elect Joe Biden are sitting at the State Department but the Trump administration is preventing him from accessing them, according to State Department officials familiar with the messages.
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Australia: Are casual entitlement claims the next big blow for SMEs? - Shaw Gidley

Potential litigation by casual employees for back-payment of leave entitlements has been warned by this recent decision.
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Labor challenges Coalition on jobmaker disadvantages for older workers – question time live

Government says young Australians face highest rate of unemployment and denies hiring credit will result in age discrimination. Follow the latest updates 4.19am GMT And Scott Morrison may be the first foreign leader to travel to Japan to meet Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, but he won’t be the first foreign leader to meet him - Suga travelled to Vietnam and Indonesia in October 4.17am GMT Daniel Hurst has written up a story on the Special Investigator to look into allegations of Australi...
Tags: Japan, Indonesia, Australia, Australia news, Afghanistan, Australian politics, Indigenous Australians, Labor party, Liberal party, Scott Morrison, National party, Vietnam, Yoshihide Suga, Suga, Daniel Hurst


Opinion: U.S. men's soccer team collecting young talent almost a year after last game

Ten of the 24 players on US roster against Wales are getting first call-up, and another seven have made 10 or fewer appearances for the Americans.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Australia: What you need to know about the National Personal Insolvency Index (NPII) - Shaw Gidley

The NPII is a public electronic record of personal insolvency options in Australia, and can be searched for a small fee.
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The Alpcour Bike Stand turns your road bike into an awesome indoor bike

As the winter months settle in, a lot of our favorite outdoor activities will inevitably end up in deep-freeze until next spring's thaw. Unfortunately, one of those is cycling. But while rain, snow, chilly temperatures, and wet, hazardous conditions might keep your bike off the streets and trails until next year, that doesn't mean it has to sit idly by, gathering dust. — Read the rest
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'We need more help': El Paso's Republican mayor says the city needs federal funding to protect public health

Mayor Dee Margo of El Paso, Texas, says a lack of financial support is forcing him to choose between economic life and public health.
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Upset and refusing to accept the election results, Trump appears to have forgotten he still has to govern

Getty President Donald Trump has been mostly out of sight for the past week, leaving a leadership void as the US sees a precarious increase in recorded coronavirus cases and hospitalizations. Since losing the US election, he's refused to concede to President-elect Joe Biden and is falsely alleging fraud. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Following the results of the US election, President Donald Trump appears to be neglecting his duties to govern. He has spent much of th...
Tags: Politics, News, Abc, White House, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Cnn, Analysis, Pfizer, Biden, Donald Trump, Trump, Arlington National Cemetery, Sterling Virginia, Trump National Golf Club


Killed in 2019: Who has been brought to justice?

The BBC tracked the first 100 killings of 2019 and has now identified those held legally responsible.
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Queen's Platinum Jubilee to include extra bank holiday

A four-day celebration scheduled for June 2022 will mark the Queen's 70 years on the throne.
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Hollywood Stars Honor Veterans in ‘Variety’s Salute to Service Presented by History’

President George W. Bush, actors Bryan Cranston, Jake Gyllenhaal and Kevin Bacon, talk show host Tamron Hall and country star Trace Adkins were among the notables who paid tribute to America’s veterans in the “Variety’s Salute to Service Presented by History” TV special that aired Wednesday to mark Veterans Day. The hourlong special spotlighted the […]
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Australia: COVID insolvency relief extended – Cashflow impacts and more! - Shaw Gidley

Delayed corporate insolvencies and bankruptcies could flood the market when COVID relief is removed at 31 December 2020.
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Beijing gives up on even the pretense of allowing opposition in Hong Kong

For more than two decades, Hong Kong has been the freest city in China, a status symbolized by two things: regular street protests, and elections to the city's legislature.
Tags: Hong Kong, China, Cnn, Beijing


Australia to appoint investigator to consider alleged war crimes by special forces in Afghanistan

Scott Morrison says findings of the Brereton report into conduct of special forces will be ‘difficult’ and ‘disturbing’ for AustraliaA special investigator will be appointed to consider criminal cases against Australian special forces in Afghanistan, as Scott Morrison declared that a report to be released next week would contain “very difficult” and “disturbing” findings.The prime minister said he would also set up an independent oversight panel to give people confidence the Australian defence f...
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