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A Mostly Dry Weekend Ahead

A Mostly Dry Weekend Ahead

A big change in the weather is ahead for Cleveland today - get ready for much cooler temperatures. A mostly sunny sky is expected through the day with high temperatures in the upper 80s to low 90s. Friday features continued sunshine and dry conditions as high pressure to our west slides further east. Highs on Friday will reach into the mid 70s south and upper 60s to the north.


Iran welcomes restoring of Qatari relations

Iran welcomes restoring of Qatari relations

Bahrain, Egypt , Saudi Arabia and UAE cut their relations with Qatar in June over Doha's support to terrorism and its interference in their internal affairs. However, the snub did not result in Qatar shunning off Iran; it instead apparently resulted in the opposite, pushing the two countries closer together.


Remaining Isis fighters 'completely surrounded' in Tal Afar, Iraqi forces say

Remaining Isis fighters 'completely surrounded' in Tal Afar, Iraqi forces say

Iraqi and US forces continue to advance on the ISIS held city of Tal Afar . According to Rasul, there are no more than 2,000 Daesh militants in Tal Afar , who are mostly foreign fighters. On Monday, Lise Grande, the United Nations humanitarian coordinator for Iraq, said that more than 30,000 people had already fled the city and surrounding areas.


Trump tweets about GOP senator who said he hadn't shown

Trump tweets about GOP senator who said he hadn't shown "stability"

Days later, Tennessee senator Bob Corker said that there needed to be "radical changes" at the White House. Corker dines with Trump on occasion and even went golfing with the president and Peyton Manning. The senator also criticized Trump for "helping inspire divisions because it generates support from your political base". The president has targeted a growing number of Republicans in recent weeks, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and House Speaker Paul Ryan ...


Trump hints of future pardon for Arpaio, scolds Arizona Senators McCain, Flake

Trump hints of future pardon for Arpaio, scolds Arizona Senators McCain, Flake

Immigration activists and Democratic leaders had criticized a possible pardon. "The media can attack me, but where I draw the line is when they attack you, which is what they do", he said. As CNN reported , Flake told Georgia Public Broadcasting's "Political Rewind" on Wednesday that the president is now inviting a political opponent for the 2020 election.