Tuesday, 20 February 2018  
Floods, freezing rain, snow in US Midwest


A storm system which has brought rain, ice and snow to the US Midwest and Great Plains was being blamed for fatal crashes in three states, including an accident that left four dead in Nebraska.

Source: www.news.com.au
NZ dodges worst of Cyclone Gita


New Zealand's South Island has "dodged a bullet" after battling with former Cyclone Gita.

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�3M to settle chemical disposal lawsuit
�Trump urges ban on gun bump stocks
�Lawyer admits lying to Mueller agents
�Kesha cancels Australian tour dates
�US should follow Aust on guns: Congressman
�Mueller probe:Lawyer guilty plea to lying
ďż˝German party’s canine member can’t vote
�Coldilocks, US oldest polar bear, dies
Fox News' Jeanine Pirro pleads guilty to 95 mph speeding ticket, down from 119 mph


Ex-Westchester DA Jeanine Pirro pleaded guilty to driving 95-mph in a 65-mph zone after being clocked by a state trooper for driving 119 mph.

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This NJ school district votes to add armed officers to all schools


In the wake of the Parkland Florida school shooting that claimed 17 lives, a school district in New Jersey will add armed officers to all 11 of its public schools. Rob Smith (@robsmithonline) has all the details.

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�Oprah will match Amal and George Clooney's donation to Parkland march
�Trump awards San Bernadino first responders
�A year of celebration for Frederick Douglass' 200th birthday
�White House: Listening session to 'find best path forward'
�Seven days of heroin: Elliana's story
�Did shunning from Jehovah's Witnesses drive mom to murder-suicide?
�With 175 Americans dying a day, what are the solutions to the opioid epidemic?
�Sanders: Russian meddling 'didn't impact' election
As Saudis Go Nuclear, U.S. Seeks Edge Over Rivals


&, Bloomberg
At a meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna last September, word spread that Saudi Arabia had identified a handful of countries that could build two nuclear reactors in the kingdom. The U.S. wasn't among them -- until Energy Secretary Rick Perry buttonholed the Saudi delegates and told them America wanted in.

Source: www.realclearpolitics.com
�Diversity: A Managerial Ideology
�Trump's Destructive Plan to Stop Immigration
�Breaking Through Barriers: Glenn, Lincoln & Douglass
�How Parkland Survivors Began the Never Again Movement
�Our First Porno President
�Trump, Twitter, and the GOP's Improving Poll Numbers
�Devin Nunes' 10 Questions About Trump Dossier
�Silly Russian Ads Didn't Swing Voters; Federal Coverups Did
�House Democrats ask EPA chief for details on premium travel
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