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Robert Arnold Pleads Guilty

Robert Arnold Pleads Guilty

Robert Arnold is now officially the former Rutherford County Sheriff after pleading guilty to corruption charges.

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Huge ice crack in Antarctica forces British scientists to flee research station
British scientists have decided to close the Halley VI Research Station in Antarctica for the winter
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U.S.-Russia relationship may be top question at Davos
Global elites at World Economic Forum debate the state of U.S. sanctions against Russia under incoming president Donald Trump
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Obama comments on U.S.-Russia relations
In his final news conference as president, Barack Obama explained sanctions that had been levied against Russia during his term. Obama also commented on the relationship between the United States and Russia.
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Soccer star put on "terrorism list," banned from flying
Mohamed Aboutrika, one of Egypt's all-time greatest soccer players, has never denied funding the now-banned Muslim Brotherhood
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New info on ISIS role in deadly Istanbul New Year's attack
As Turkish police round up dozens more linked to ISIS plot, suspect reportedly gives details on how he chose target
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JPMorgan exec: U.S. is ready for higher interest rates
JPMorgan Chase International's Jacob Frenkel sees a stronger U.S. economy once federal regulations that he says stifle business are lifted.
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"Shark Tank" judge throws hat into crowded political race
Kevin O'Leary of "Shark Tank" announces candidacy in race to take on Canada's Justin Trudeau
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Wall Street big sees irony in China leader's Davos speech
Jacob Frenkel of JPMorgan Chase International calls China president's defense of free trade at the 2017 World Economic Forum "meaningful" -- and ironic.
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Russia says Edward Snowden can stay "a couple of years"
Obama has pardoned prominent intel leaker Chelsea Manning, but unapologetic Snowden appears set to remain in Moscow -- and what about Julian Assange?
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Suicide bomber kills dozens at camp for soldiers, ex-militants
Officials in Mali say bomber in explosives-laden vehicle "succeeded in tricking soldiers" to access camp aimed at stabilizing region
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Putin says "fake" Trump news spreaders "worse than prostitutes"
Vice President Joe Biden told the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland that Russian President Vladimir Putin is trying to undermine the U.S. and Europe. Putin denies trying to influence the U.S. election, and called allegations his country attempted to collect information to blackmail President-elect Donald Trump "total nonsense." Elizabeth Palmer reports from Moscow.
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Susan Rice: "We can’t afford to play fast and loose" with China
The outgoing national security adviser says President-elect Trump's reconsideration of the One China policy would not be wise
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Russia waiting for "gift" from Trump, CEO says
Hermitage Capital Management CEO Bill Browder says that Russia will wait to retaliate against sanctions imposed by the Obama administration until President-elect Donald Trump acts.
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VTB Bank president: Trump White House will boost Russian economy
VTB Bank President Andrey Kostin predicts that the Trump administration will clear up "problems" like sanctions and that Russia will experience steady economic growth.
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Russian CEO appreciates Trump's "open position" on Russia
Russian Direct Investment Fund CEO Kirill Dmitriev says that it's in the national interest of the U.S. to work well with Russia.
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Earthquakes rattle already-devastated Italian region
Amatrice has only begun to recover from quake that left hundreds dead last summer, and a trio of temblors has jolted it again
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4 dead after gunmen attack state prosecutors’ office in Cancun, police say
Shooting comes just a day after another shooting at a music festival in a nearby resort town left three foreigners and two Mexicans dead
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Report: Suspected Istanbul nightclub gunman was on wanted list
Turkey’s state-run news agency says the gunman who carried out the attack on the Istanbul nightclub was wanted in his home country of Uzbekistan for membership in a “terror organization"
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Mexican governor: Kids given water instead of chemo at state-run hospitals
State-run hospitals fell victim to malfeasance and corruption, says Veracruz governor while slamming predecessor
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Favorite “El Chapo” actress says interview cost her jobs
Despite official denials, Kate del Castillo claims a “macho” Mexican government is persecuting her only because she’s a woman
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