U.S. prosecutors say no leniency needed for Trump ex-aide Manafort

Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team told a U.S. judge on Saturday that President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort "repeatedly and brazenly" broke the law, and argued he did not deserve leniency at sentencing.

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Cargo jet with three on board crashes near Houston airport: FAA

A Boeing 767 cargo jetliner with three people on board crashed into a bay near Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport on Saturday, the Federal Aviation Administration said.

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R. Kelly bond on sexual assault charges set at $1 million

Grammy-winning singer R. Kelly, who has faced years of sexual abuse allegations, was ordered held on a $1 million bond on Saturday on charges that he sexually assaulted three teenagers and a woman, as prosecutors offered new details in the case.

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Singer R. Kelly faces new sex abuse charges in #MeToo era

More than a decade ago, the singer R. Kelly was acquitted of child pornography charges after a trial in which the alleged underage victim did not testify against him.

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Venezuela humanitarian aid met with teargas and gunfire on borders

Venezuelan troops loyal to President Nicolas Maduro fired tear gas and rubber pellets at opposition supporters seeking to bring foreign aid over the Colombian border on Saturday, as the country's socialist government defied international pressure to step down.

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Maduro responsible for safety of Colombian embassy staff: minister

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is responsible for the safety of Colombian diplomats in Venezuela, Colombia's foreign minister said on Saturday, after Maduro formally broke off relations with Bogota.

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Bob Marley

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Bruce Lee

"Defeat is a state of mind; no one is ever defeated until defeat has been accepted as reality."
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"Success is not final, failure is not fatal : its the courage to continue that counts"

R. Kelly bond on sexual assault charges set at $1 million

Grammy-winning singer R. Kelly, who has faced years of sexual abuse allegations, was ordered held on a $1 million bond on Saturday on charges that he sexually assaulted three teenagers and a woman, as prosecutors offered new details in the case.

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Singer R. Kelly faces new sex abuse charges in #MeToo era

More than a decade ago, the singer R. Kelly was acquitted of child pornography charges after a trial in which the alleged underage victim did not testify against him.

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Star of Mexican film 'Roma' prompts raw discussion of race, class

The Oscar-nominated film "Roma," which chronicles the life of a young housekeeper in 1970s Mexico, has put an uneasy focus on the nation's sharp class, ethnic and racial divisions, leading to mixed reactions to the indigenous woman cast in the starring role.

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Director Stanley Donen, famed for landmark film 'Singin' in the Rain,' dies at 94

Stanley Donen, the former dancer who directed some of Hollywood's greatest musicals including Gene Kelly's landmark "Singin' in the Rain," "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" and "On the Town," has died at age 94, according to media reports.

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R. Kelly indictment is latest case fueled by TV documentaries

For years, singer R. Kelly has denied sexual abuse allegations against him and Friday's felony indictment of the performer was delivered weeks after first-person accounts of several accusers aired on television, leading prosecutors to urge potential witnesses to come forward.

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Donald Trump, 'Holmes & Watson' win Razzie worst film awards

U.S. President Donald Trump and a comedic movie take on Sherlock Holmes on Saturday topped the annual Razzie awards for the worst performances and films of 2018.

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