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S. Korea prosecutors likely to question president

Under South Korean law, the President has immunity from prosecution except in cases of treason, but can be investigated. Ms Choi is accused of trying to extort huge sums of money from South Korean companies and is under arrest on charges of fraud and abuse of power.

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Marijuana Is Legal in a Bunch of New States

The county's Measure A already regulates the size of medical marijuana grows and bans dispensaries within the county. Voters in five states were asked to consider the question of whether recreational use of marijuana should be legal, and those three states said yes, with official results not yet in for ME and Arizona .

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Obama and Trump Meet in the Oval Office, No Hands Thrown

The tour included a look around the private residence, the Truman balcony, the official reception area and the Oval Office, the White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said . Despite the bitter campaign, Obama pledged Wednesday to cooperate with Trump's takeover. Trump has vowed to overturn many of what Obama sees as his achievements over the past eight years, including the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare.

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Tyron Woodley on Fighting's Biggest Stage at UFC 205

Thompson's last fight was a unanimous decision victory over MacDonald. It's going to be fascinating to see how this fight plays out. His background is karate-based, so Woodley brought in Sage Northcutt as a training partner to emulate Thompson.

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Wade a winner again in Miami, Bulls top Heat 98-95

Wade finished with 13 points on 5-of-17 shooting to go with seven rebounds and four assists , but it was Jimmy Butler (20 points) who dragged the Bulls across the finish line. There was a bit of karmic retribution in Wade's performance, as well, particularly when he bit on a pump fake from Miami's Tyler Johnson that was very reminiscent of Wade's frustrating expertise in this particular area.

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Election brings unceratinty to Undocumented people in country

He said the center will also work to "keep the community informed about policies as they evolve" and will work to "debunk myths and probably exaggerated fears that may circulate" in the run-up to Trump taking office. Jose Antonio Vargas, one of the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants in America, refuses to believe that mass deportations are within the realm of possibility.