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What happens next in the high-stakes Georgia runoff

Democrats were hoping for a surprise win in Georgia, but they came up just short in Tuesday night's special election in a district held by Republicans for almost four decades. (You would think Republicans would have learned their lesson by now about having too many candidates after watching the messy presidential primary process a year ago.) Eleven candidates against a solid Democrat pick, one who is receiving tons of outside money, presented a tremendous advantage to Mr.



U.S. working with allies on North Korea: Pence

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Monday that Moscow can not accept the DPRK's "reckless nuclear actions". Abe also called for a peaceful resolution to escalating tensions surrounding the DPRK. And their friendship with the state appears to be ending, with thousands of Chinese troops recently filmed heading to North Korea's border . "I am not like other administrations, where they say, 'We are going to do this in four weeks.' It doesn't work that way".



LeBron James helps Cavs erase record playoff halftime deficit

Cleveland were outscored 13-7 over the final five minutes of the second quarter on Monday, opened up a 19-point lead during the third but IN regrouped and got back to within four points with 19 seconds to play. If the Pacers want to get back into this series, they must defend home court. "LeBron willed us in", Cavaliers head coach Tyronn Lue said. The King scored 26.4 points per game and dished out almost 9 assists per game.



Ann Coulter's Speech at UC Berkeley Canceled Due to 'Active Security Threats'

Last week, posters went up on campus threatening disruption of the event and chatter on various websites indicated the possibility of planned violence. "That's exactly what we are doing". "We have been unable to find a safe and suitable venue", officials wrote in a letter to the campus Republicans on Wednesday.


Home where Marilyn Monroe died for sale for 6.9m

Home where Marilyn Monroe died for sale for 6.9m

The Brentwood house where Marilyn Monroe lived and died has hit the market for $6.9 million. She had spent the previous seven years in back-to-back high-profile marriages-to Joe DiMaggio then Arthur Miller-and told the reporter that she was adoring the process of putting together the first home she owned alone, even making a special trip to Mexico to furnish it in what the reporter described as "impetuous, charming taste".