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Biden could be a 'pretty serious' Trump opponent, but Democrats won't go there, Reince Priebus says

Joe Biden could be a "pretty serious" candidate to challenge Donald Trump for the White House, Reince Priebus said.


China stays on the sidelines as Venezuela spirals downward

CARACAS/BEIJING (Reuters) - China is likely to extend an agreement proving crisis-stricken Venezuela with favorable loans repayment terms but will not lend fresh funds to President Nicolas Maduro's government, according to sources in Caracas and Beijing f


China's new vice president is the country's best hope for avoiding a trade war

China's new vice president, Wang Qishan, will be crucial to trade talks between the US and China.  While China's vice president has historically been a symbolic role, Wang will likely have a very hands-on approach domestically and internationally. Wa


ANZ fails to give royal commission email showing years of inaction on alleged misconduct

Bank apologises for not providing document from Asic urging it to remediate customers given access to overdrafts with little regard to their ability to go into debtANZ has been chastised for withholding a document from the royal commission that shows the


Blac Chyna, 29, cuddles up to 18-year-old boyfriend on designer shopping spree in Beverly Hills

The mum-of-two was dressed to impress in a thigh-skimming white dress and heels


MORGAN STANLEY: There are 2 major reasons the stock market has already seen its 2018 peak

Based on stock index trading and sentiment shifts over the past few months, Morgan Stanley says the equity market has probably already peaked for 2018. The 10% correction that rocked major US indexes in early February will make it difficult for stocks to


Ralph Peters Says 'Dasvidaniya' To Fox News, Calls Network Trump 'Propaganda Machine'

Retired army officer Ralph Peters and a contributor at Fox News wrote a scathing email to the network explaining why he chose not to renew his contract as its "strategic analyst.”


France’s first sex doll brothel approved despite claims it breaches legislation banning prostitution

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Punters are offered the services of a sex doll rather than a real woman in one of the several rooms inside the brothel


Daniel Andrews won't quit over Labor misuse of $388,000

Premier ‘sorry’ parliamentary funds were used in campaign but MPs were acting ‘in good faith’Victoria’s Labor government is sorry for a $388,000 election campaign rort and has repaid the money but the premier, Daniel Andrews, won’t step down o


How one reporter's question in Beijing led to demands for a US investigation

A video sparked an online petition in the United States to investigate a California news outlet's links to Beijing.


Reince Priebus says he doubts claims about Cambridge Analytica's importance to Trump campaign

"As far as we're concerned, RNC data was the driver," the former chief of staff said about the Trump campaign.

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Devon cleaner scoops £170k on ‘£1 bets’ at Cheltenham Festival – and now he’s off to Vegas with the lads

A CLEANER from Devon scooped £170k on a series of £1 bets at the Chelthenham Festival. But grandad, and dad-of-two, Martin Palk will have to put his money where his mouth is after vowing to whick his mates off to Vegas if he ever struck it rich. Marti


Trump reportedly ignored his national security advisers when they warned him to 'NOT CONGRATULATE' Putin on his election victory

AP President Donald Trump's national-security advisers reportedly gave him two sets of instructions on Tuesday: "DO NOT CONGRATULATE" Russian President Vladimir Putin on his election victory, and condemn Russia for the nerve-agent attack on a former Russ


Number of women in jail in NSW soars and reoffending may be to blame

There was a 50% jump in six years in women inmates, with the increase more dramatic in the Indigenous populationA dramatic increase in repeat offending may partly be responsible for a 50% jump in the number of female inmates being held in NSW prisons over


What does the future hold for humanoid robots?

Machines that can fully mimic natural body movements are still a long way off, says Will Jackson.

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