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China Launches Probe Bound For A Historic Exploration Of The Far Side Of The Moon

China launches Proube

A Chinese spacecraft is headed toward the moon on a historic mission.

The rocket, launched Saturday, is carrying a probe set to make the first-ever soft landing on the far side of the moon, reports China's state-run Xinhua News Agency.

While other spacecraft have previously explored the far side of the moon from afar, the soft-landing will allow for more detailed study of the lunar surface. The probe is expected to touch down in early January.

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Antisemitic pamphlets found in Pittsburgh synagogue shooting neighborhood

Antisemitic booklets found in Pittsburgh neighborhoodAuthorities are investigating the dissemination of antisemitic pamphlets in Pittsburgh neighborhoods, including the one in which a gunman killed 11 people in a synagogue in October.

Police said on Sunday morning the material was found in neighborhoods including Squirrel Hill, where a gunman entered the Tree of Life synagogue on 27 October and killed 11 people in the deadliest attack on Jews in US history.

A man who authorities said raged against Jews during and after the shooting has pleaded not guilty to numerous murder and hate crime charges.

Police said “such hate-filled material” would not be tolerated by residents, city officials or law enforcement.

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Trump could face jail time, Schiff warns

Trump could face jaiol time

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) on Sunday said President Donald Trump could spend time in jail once he leaves the White House.

"My takeaway is there's a very real prospect that on the day Donald Trump leaves office, the Justice Department may indict him. That he may be the first president in quite some time to face the real prospect of jail time," Schiff, a former prosecutor and the incoming chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, said on "Face the Nation" on CBS.

The suggestion comes after federal prosecutors on Friday said Michael Cohen, Trump's former personal attorney, was directed by Trump in 2016 to make hush money payments to two women who claimed affairs with Trump, who was then a candidate for the Oval Office. The statement came in a memo that suggested Cohen serve a “substantial” prison sentence of 51 to 63 months.

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Jared Kushner advised Saudi prince on how to 'weather' Khashoggi murder, report says

Kushner advised Saudi Prince

President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner has been a promoter of Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman since the early days of the administration and recently offered the prince advice on how to handle the outrage over the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, The New York Times reported Saturday.

Kushner, 37, who serves as Trump's adviser on the Middle East, has kept up informal conversations with the prince, 33, since early 2017, the Times reported, citing unnamed sources. Three former senior officials told the paper that the politically inexperienced Kushner's private chats with Mohammed could have made him "susceptible to Saudi manipulation."

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John Kelly Out As White House Chief Of Staff By End Of Year

John Kelly out before end of yearWhite House chief of staff John Kelly will leave his post at the end of the year, President Donald Trump told reporters Saturday.

“He’s a great guy,” the president said. “I appreciate his service very much.”

Trump did not immediately name Kelly’s replacement but said he planned to “in the next day or so.”

Rumors of Kelly’s departure had swirled for more than a year amid persistent reports of tensions between Trump and his chief of staff.

The Wall Street Journal reported in late June that Trump had consulted his advisers on a replacement, sources familiar with the matter said. A flurry of media reports in April claimed that Kelly had grown increasingly frustrated with the president.

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EPA to roll back protections in rewrite of Obama-era water rule

EPA to overturn clean water regulationsThe Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is expected to unveil a new proposal that would roll back major federal protections for thousands of U.S. waterways and wetlands.

The Trump administration is expected to rewrite a major national water rule imposed by former President Obama in 2015, The Associated Press reported Saturday.

The outlet obtained a set of White House talking points for the proposed new water rule, which indicate that the Trump administration is stripping federal protections for waterways.

The White House talking points reportedly argue that the "previous administration’s 2015 rule wasn’t about water quality," according to the AP.

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Gen. Mark Milley to chair Joint Chiefs of Staff

Gen. Mark MilleyPresident Donald Trump made it official Saturday, saying he will nominate Army Gen. Mark Milley as the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the military's highest-ranking officer.

If confirmed by the Senate, Milley would replace Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford whose second, two-year term expires in 2019.

"I am thankful to both of these incredible men for their service to our Country!" Trump said in making the announcement by tweet. "Date of transition to be determined."

Milley has been a member of the Joint Chiefs since August 2015 when he took over as the Army's top officer. A career infantryman, Milley has deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan and commanded conventional and Special Forces units.

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The Latest: French protesters block border with Italy

French protestersThe police chief of Imperia, a northwestern Italian coastal town on the highway toward France, says yellow-vested French protesters have blocked the border with Italy near the town of Ventimiglia.

The Italian news agency ANSA quoted Police Chief Cesare Capocasa as saying the protest was causing a 6-kilometer (nearly 4-mile) backup of traffic in both directions on Saturday afternoon.

He was quoted as saying that "we're on the scene to try to manage the situation in a balanced way."

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US military: one of two crew recovered off Japan after mid-air collision is dead

US crew member dead after collision off Japan

One of two crew members recovered after two US warplanes collided and crashed off Japan’s coast is dead and five others remain missing, the US military have said.

The Marine Corps said on Friday the other recovered crew member was in fair condition.

Both were in an F/A-18 Hornet fighter jet that collided with a KC-130 Hercules refueling aircraft during training at about 2am after taking off from their base in Iwakuni, near Hiroshima. The five others were in the KC-130.

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