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  1. Cat slaps owner in face as she poses for kissing selfieRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Mail

    This is the hilarious moment a cat slapped its owner in the face as she posed for a selfie with it. The video, recorded in Yakutsk, Russia , shows the woman pouting at the camera as she waits for her cat to give her a kiss.

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  2. US Man Pleads Guilty in Fraud Case Connected to Russia Election ProbeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 17 | Voice of America

    A California man has pleaded guilty to inadvertently selling bank accounts to Russians who were indicted Friday by a federal grand jury for interfering in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Richard Pinedo pleaded guilty to using stolen identities to set up bank accounts that were then used by the Russians, according to a February 12 court filing.

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  3. The polar vortex just split. What does that mean for us?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 16 | News Herald

    The polar vortex, winter's favorite whipping boy, has split into two pieces. On top of that, we're also enduring "sudden stratospheric warming."

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  4. 31 cities have at least 10,000,000 inhabitantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 16 | Sonoran News

    Like most of the planet, the USA employs the Gregorian calendar. However, the official North Korean calendar starts with the birth of Kim Il-Sung .

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  5. The Morning Vertical, February 12, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 12 | Weekday Magazine

    And as I note on today's Daily Vertical , the war rages on and the Minsk process has long been written off as dead in the water. On this week's Power Vertical Briefing , we take a look at a new round of diplomacy on Ukraine that appears set to begin at the annual Munich Security Forum later this week.

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  6. Russia meddled in U.S election, says George W. BushRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 8 | Vanguard

    Former U.S. President George W. Bush accused Russia on Thursday of meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, calling Russian President Vladimir Putin a "brilliant tactician". Bush, interviewed on stage at a business conference in the capital of the United Arab Emirates, said there was clear evidence that the Russians had meddled but whether that affected the outcome of the election was another question.

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  7. Winter Storm Wednesday: N.H. May Get Foot of SnowRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 6 | New Hampshire Public Radio -

    New Hampshire could get up to a foot of snow from Wednesday's storm, according to the National Weather Service forecast. The seacoast and southern Rockingham County is expected to get less snow, but the forecast still calls for 6- to 8- inches.

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  8. Top Putin opponent urges Russia protesters to act - for yourself and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 31 | KFOR-AM Lincoln

    Russian police detained a top opponent of President Vladimir Putin on Sunday as thousands of people around the country protested against a lack of competition in presidential elections planned for this spring. Alexey Navalny, an anti-corruption campaigner who has become Russia's most prominent critic of Putin, was seized and dragged violently into a van by police as he tried to join one of the protests that he had called for in central Moscow.

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  9. Vladimir Putin Is Not an All-Powerful Mastermind. Donald Trump Is Proof.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 29 | Slate Magazine

    Russian President Vladimir Putin gestures as he speaks during the annual Valdai Discussion Club conference in Sochi, Russia, on Oct. 19. Protesters gathered in dozens of cities across Russia over the weekend-some in minus-50 degrees Fahrenheit temperatures in Yakutsk-to echo opposition leader Alexei Navalny's call to boycott the presidential election in March. Navalny himself was arrested on his way to the march in Moscow.

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  10. The Latest: Russian protesters march past govt headquartersRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 28 | Yahoo!

    Russian protesters shouting slogans including "Putin is a thief!" gathered briefly around the Russian government's headquarters while marching through central Moscow. The lengthy march Sunday by the mostly young group of several hundred protesters came after a large gathering at Pushkin Square dispersed.

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  11. Profile: Bill Giebelhaus, former CEO of Clark BuildersRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 22, 2016 | Alberta Venture

    Takeaway: After helping to build one of Canada's biggest construction companies, Bill Giebelhaus is retiring. But will he ever really leave Clark Builders? Between the whirr of buzz saws and the back-up beeper of a Genie boom lift, Bill Giebelhaus paces through the atrium of an uncompleted building.

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  12. Navalny arrested as thousands rally against Putin and pseudo-pollsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 29 | News Today

    Moscow: Russian police today detained opposition leader Alexei Navalny in Moscow as thousands rallied across the country against a March election expected to extend Vladimir Putin's Kremlin term. Heeding a call by Putin's bete noire, thousands braved freezing temperatures to stage rallies in dozens of cities to protest upcoming "pseudo-elections," as Navalny and his supporters refer to them.

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  13. Top Putin opponent urges Russia protesters to act 'for yourself and your future'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 28 | KWLM-AM Willmar

    Russian police arrested a top opponent of President Vladimir Putin on Sunday as thousands of people around the country protested against a lack of competition in presidential elections planned for this spring. Alexey Navalny, an anti-corruption campaign who has become Russia's most prominent opponent of Putin, was seized and dragged violently into a van by police as he tried to join one of the protests that he had called for in central Moscow.

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  14. Sen. Cotton: Detention of Putin Critic 'Shows The World Just How...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 28 | Cybercast News Service

    Police move in to arrest Alexei Navalny, visible in the background, in Moscow on Sunday, January 28, 2018. Russian police on Sunday detained opposition activist Alexei Navalny as his supporters rallied across the country, calling for a boycott of elections next March which are expected to deliver President Vladimir Putin another six-year term.

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  15. Putin Foe Arrested as Thousands Rally Against 'Pseudo-Polls'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 28 | News Max

    Russian police on Sunday detained opposition leader Alexei Navalny in Moscow as thousands rallied across the country against a March election expected to extend Vladimir Putin's Kremlin term. Heeding a call by Putin's bete noire, thousands braved freezing temperatures to stage rallies in dozens of cities to protest upcoming "pseudo-elections," as Navalny and his supporters refer to them.

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  16. Russian opposition leader arrested amid election protestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 28 | New York Daily News

    Protesters gathered across Russia Sunday to support opposition leader Alexei Navalny's call to boycott the March presidential election, and Navalny himself was arrested while walking to the Moscow demonstration. Many of the crowds that turned out in generally frigid weather skewed sharply young, apparently reflecting growing discontent among Russians who have lived most or all of their lives under President Vladimir Putin, who came to power on New Year's Eve 1999.

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  17. Russian opposition takes to streets, calls for election boycottRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 28 | Daily Times

    MOSCOW: Hundreds of supporters of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny began a nationwide day of protest against the authorities on Sunday, calling on voters to boycott what they said was a rigged presidential election on March 18. Beneath bright blue skies, hundreds of young people gathered in the main square of the port of Vladivostok in the Russian Far East. Speakers called the election, which polls show incumbent Vladimir Putin should easily win, a farce.

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  18. Putin opponent violently arrested at Moscow rallyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 28 | New York Post

    Police pounced on Alexei Navalny, considered the most serious challenger to strongman Putin, just moments after he appeared at a rally in the city's Pushkin Square. A half-dozen cops descend on Navalny and drag him into a police bus while using their batons to cross-check protesters who try to intervene, video shows.

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  19. Prominent Putin Critic Arrested Amid Nationwide Protests Against Upcoming ElectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 28 | News 88.9 KNPR

    As protesters across Russia rallied Sunday against a presidential election in March they say is rigged in President Vladimir Putin's favor, police in Moscow forcibly detained the opposition leader who sparked the demonstrations, Alexei Navalny, soon after he joined his supporters on the streets of the capital. Earlier Sunday, video emerged of Russian authorities making their way into Navalny's campaign headquarters with what his spokesperson characterized as power tools, questioning staff and reportedly seized equipment.

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  20. Russian opposition leader arrested at protests in Moscow againRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 28 | Los Angeles Times

    Opposition leader Alexei Navalny takes a selfie during a Moscow rally calling for a boycott of March 18 presidential elections, in this still image taken from AFPTV. Hours before a mass anti-Kremlin rally was to begin here Sunday, Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny appeared in a livestreamed video to assure his followers that he had a cunning plan to avoid arrest.

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