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It is all change. The White House website was updated as soon as he took office, with a policy extolling the future of coal. The President's Twitter account has a new custodian and is likely to be well used. Should I keep their Twitter going or not? Keep it going? I think so.
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Laura Bicker is in Washington for us this morning. He got there by doing things differently, but now Donald Trump has got down to -- has to get down to work and start fulfilling the promises he gave in his speech yesterday. Yes, he is pressing the White House reset button and he's doing it very, very quickly. Not only has the White House changed its entire website, he started signing executive orders.
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A colourful, Australian stationery company is to open its latest UK shop in Lincoln. Smiggle, the creators of bold, fun, and fashion-forward stationery for children will open in the Waterside Shopping Centre in April. The company was created in Melbourne, Australia in 2003 and is now taking over the UK. Since 2014, it has opened 90 Smiggle stores in the UK and the Lincoln opening is part of the company's aim to have 130 branches by the end of 2017. And according to its website, Smiggle's...
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It seems taboo when a government official goes against the word of their country, and yet every time it happens, people tend to agree that the truth must come out to promote a better world. Democratic Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard has chosen to go against the corporate media's narrative by accusing the United States of funding and arming terror groups al-Qaeda and ISIS. This past December, Gabbard introduced the Stop Arming Terrorists Act, the terms of which her website outlines succinctly: The legislation would prohibit the U.S. government from using American taxpayer dollars to provide funding, weapons, training, and intelligence support to groups like the Levant Front, Fursan al Ha and other allies of Jabhat Fateh al-Sham, al-Qaeda and ISIS, or to countries who are providing direct or indirect support to those same groups. And Gabbard herself was quoted as saying that the CIA has also been funneling weapons and money through Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar and others who provide direct and indirect support to groups like ISIS and al-Qaeda.
Forbes
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Chris Bosh, who helped the Miami Heat win two NBA crowns alongside LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, might reunite with Wade on the Chicago Bulls, according to a report Friday. An ESPN website report said Bosh, who has not played since last February due to blood clot issue, will likely be released by the Heat in a few weeks and that the Bulls were in the forefront of teams interested in the 11-time All-Star forward. The Heat could drop Bosh on February 9 after he will have missed a full year but...
Voice Of America
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Secretary of Defense James Mattis, newly confirmed as the first member of President Donald Trump's Cabinet and sworn into office, posted a welcoming message to all Defense Department staff and troops around the world as one of his first acts Friday. The message from the retired Marine Corps general, as published on the Defense Department's website, said: "It's good to be back and I'm grateful to serve alongside you as secretary of defense. "Together with the intelligence community we are the sentinels and guardians of our nation. We need only look to you, the uniformed and civilian members of the department and your families, to see the fundamental unity of our country. You represent an America committed to the common good; an America that is never complacent about defending its freedoms; and an America that remains a steady beacon of hope for all mankind.
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LONDON: Liverpool defender Joel Matip has been cleared to return to action with the Premier League club after FIFA resolved the Cameroon international's status on Friday. Matip recently claimed he had retired from international football and did not want to play for Cameroon despite their attempts to call him up for the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations. As a result of the confusion over his availability, Matip was withdrawn from Liverpool's squad from their last two matches against Manchester United and Plymouth while the club sought clarity on his eligibility. But the Reds confirmed world governing body FIFA had told them there was no case against the centre-back, meaning he can now be considered for selection by Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp. "Liverpool FC can confirm that all charges against the club and its player Joel Matip have been dismissed by FIFA following confirmation this evening from world football's governing body," a statement on the club's website read.
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