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North Korea rocket launch: Here’s how the world reacted

The US Strategic Command said it had detected a missile entering space, and South Korea’s military said the rocket had put an object into orbit, quashing earlier media reports indicating the it might have failed in flight.

South Koreans watch a TV news program with a file footage about North Korea's rocket launch plans, at Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea. AP Photo

N-Korea launches rocket seen as covert missile test; US to push for tougher sanctions

The rocket, fired from North Korea’s west coast and tracked by the governments in South Korea and Japan, came about two hours after an eight-day launch window opened Sunday morning.


US Air Force, Boeing begin work on new Air Force One

The total cost of buying and converting the two planes is unknown, but the Air Force has requested $ 3 billion over five years for the program. The work should be done by 2024.

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Trump, Clinton face first test as Iowa kicks off US voting

Monday’s contest offers the first hard evidence of whether Trump, a reality TV star, can turn the legion of fans drawn to his plainspoken populism into voters.


Donald Trump trolled, again: ‘Need a third bailout?’ Saudi Prince Alwaleed asks

Donald Trump clearly has a lot to learn on how to run his Twitter handle. Yet again, the real estate tycoon was trolled by Saudi Prince Alwaleed.

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Trump-less GOP debate on Fox News seen by 12.5 million people

Trump did not participate Thursday because of a feud with Fox News Channel and instead held a fundraiser for veterans nearby in Iowa.


Legendary World War II Zero fighter flies over Japan

Zero fighters were considered one of the most capable fighter planes in World War II, rivalling the British Spitfire.


Donald Trump pulls out of Republican debate in Iowa

Trump’s boycott will leave Thursday’s debate without the leader in the crowded Republican field not only in Iowa but nationally.

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Trump’s anti-Muslim rhetoric shameful, dangerous: Hillary Clinton

“One of the most distressing aspects of this campaign has been the language of Republican candidates, particularly their front-runner, that insults, demeans, denigrates different people,” Clinton said.


Sikh man forced out of Trump rally for carrying ‘Stop Hate’ banner

Trump rallies have of late seen protesters calling out the GOP candidate for his controversial remarks against Muslims.

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US blizzard: Major East Coast airports slowly resume service

Along with clearing snow and ice from their own facilities and equipment, airlines and train operators were dealing with how to get all their snowbound employees to work.

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US East Coast paralysed by monster snowstorm, 18 reported dead

At least 10 States declared a state of emergency and cities like New York City issued a travel ban for cars and stopped over ground metro services.

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Deadly blizzard hits US east coast, 9 killed

A State of emergency has been declared in about half a dozen States along the region and the national capital of Washington DC.

In this Jan. 7, 2016 photo, visitors use binoculars to see North Korean territory from the unification observatory in Paju, north of Seoul, South Korea. North Korea has launched an estimated 1 million propaganda leaflets by balloon into South Korea amid increased animosities between the rivals following the North’s recent nuclear test, Seoul officials said Monday, Jan. 18, 2016. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

North Korea nuclear test did not increase technical capability: US

Nuclear experts say North Korea likely gained data and practical know-how from the test. They reject North Korea’s assertion that it detonated a hydrogen bomb.

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Democrat race tightens: Clinton, Sanders clash on guns, health care

Clinton rapped Sanders, the Vermont senator, for voting repeatedly with the powerful gun lobby, and then welcomed his weekend reversal of position to support legislation that would deny gun manufacturers legal immunity.