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Shamima Begum appeals against loss of British citizenship but Home Office suggests plight is her 'own fault'
Shamima Begum, the Isil bride, chose to go to Syria and can only blame “her own actions” if she is in danger, the Government said on Tuesday as it argued against her return to the UK.  The Bethnal Green schoolgirl fled to join the terror group when she...
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Shark tears woman's hands off in Polynesian paradise island attack
A French tourist has lost both her hands in a rare shark attack in the Pacific islands of Polynesia, say emergency services. The woman was swimming during a whale-watching trip on Monday off the island of Mo’orea, a honeymoon destination in the French ...
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Syria's Assad vows support for Kurds against Turkey assault
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Tuesday said the regime would support Kurdish fighters in the northeast of the war-torn country against Turkish soldiers and their Syrian proxies. Turkey and its Syrian proxies on October 9 launched a cross-border a...
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90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way Reunion Had Sumit Coming Clean, Lots of Tears and Surprise Moves
Surprise! Not all the relationships on 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way are going well. Who could've predicted that? In the second part of the "Tell All" reunion, the couples...
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The Reason Mariska Hargitay Stopped to Watch a Law & Order: SVU Rerun Is Too Funny
Chances are, you turn on your TV and Law & Order: SVU will be on. Whether it's NBC, USA Network or in syndication elsewhere, SVU's presence is ubiquitous. That's something Mariska...
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Japanese Emperor Naruhito ascends Chrysanthemum Throne
Three booming cheers of "Banzai!" rang out Tuesday at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo as Naruhito formally declared his ascension to the Chrysanthemum Throne as the nation's 126th emperor. As a driving autumn rain briefly gave way to sunshine and 2,000 g...
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Trump administration says Obamacare plan premiums to fall
Monthly premiums for an average 2020 Obamacare health insurance plan will fall about 4 percent from this year, according to a report released Tuesday by the Trump administration, which has tried to dismantle the program. The Trump administration has c...
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The Final Season: Katie Cassidy Remembers the First Time She Put on Her Arrow Costume
All good things must come to an end, even--and especially--television shows. And in the 2019-2020 TV season, quite a few favorites are signing off. Will it be for good? That remains to be...
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Pelosi, Schiff Rebuke House Republicans after Censure Vote Fails
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D., Calif.) chastised House Republicans on Monday night for retaliating against his efforts to impeach President Trump rather than assisting in the process."It will be said of House Republicans, W...
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Support for Trump's impeachment reaches new high in CNN poll, but GOP backing declines

Support for Trump's impeachment reaches new high in CNN poll, but GOP backing declinesSupport for President Trump's impeachment and removal from office is continuing to climb, but not among Republicans.That's according to new CNN/SSRS poll released Tuesday showing support for Trump's impeachment and removal at 50 percent, a new high. This is up three points since CNN asked the question last month in the days after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) officially announced the impeachment inquiry; that September poll already saw a six point jump in impeachment support since May. Forty-three percent said they don't support impeachment in the new poll. Republican support for impeachment has cooled since the September poll, though, with only six percent of GOP respondents now in favor compared to 14 percent last month. Among Democrats, 87 percent support impeachment, while 50 percent of independents support it. Trump's approval has also risen two points since before the official impeachment inquiry was announced. This poll comes as Democrats are continuing to investigate whether Trump abused the power of the presidency to push Ukraine to launch investigations that might benefit him politically. In the poll, 49 percent said Trump used the presidency improperly to gain advantage in the 2020 presidential election, up one point since last month, while 43 percent said he didn't, up four points since last month. Among Republicans, 87 percent say Trump didn't use the presidency improperly, up from 71 percent in September.CNN's poll was conducted by speaking to a random national sample of 1,003 adults over the phone from Oct. 17-20. The margin of error is 3.7 percentage points. Read more results at CNN.


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