• Trump slams California governor over U.S. troops at border

    Trump slams California governor over U.S. troops at border

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    San Diego joined roughly a dozen other local governments in Southern California, including Orange County, in opposing the state's new "sanctuary" laws. Trump has had a bone of contention with California Governor Jerry Brown lately. California Gov. Jerry Brown has vehemently defended the law. The majority of Californians find it important to increase deportations of illegal aliens, according to a survey by Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society at UC Berkeley.
  • New rule allows newborn babies on Senate floor

    New rule allows newborn babies on Senate floor

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    A swaddled 11-day-old Maile Pearl Bowlsbey arrived on the floor of the chamber carried by her mother, Senator Tammy Duckworth , as the Illinois Democrat came to vote on President Donald Trump's nominee to become head of the NASA space agency.
  • German police probe anti-Semitic attack in Berlin

    German police probe anti-Semitic attack in Berlin

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    According to Wetzel, there is no quantitative evidence for either a trend in increasing anti-Semitic attacks or Muslim culpability for them, even though statistics show a rise in anti-Semitic incidents in Berlin previous year and also indicate that attacks mount whenever tensions between Israel and the Palestinians escalate in the Middle East.
  • Woman Partially Sucked Out Of Southwest Plane Died Of Impact Trauma

    Woman Partially Sucked Out Of Southwest Plane Died Of Impact Trauma

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    The Southwest jet engine showed evidence of "metal fatigue", National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Robert Sumwalt told CNN's "New Day" on Wednesday. An ultrasonic inspection of engine was scheduled to take place this December. Investigators describe a 22-minute flight of terror as the Southwest 737's left engine blew out at about 32,500, sending the plane into a 40 degree bank to the left.
  • Israeli Army Reservists Received Mistaken Emergency Message On Independence Day

    Israeli Army Reservists Received Mistaken Emergency Message On Independence Day

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    The report noted that "Israeli officials told the Trump administration about the planned strike in advance so that the us was aware of their plans to directly target an Iranian base", citing two people briefed on the plans. However, the Syrian reports did not mention the second target. Yossi Kuperwasser, former director-general of Israel's Ministry of Strategic Affairs, said that conflict between the two countries is not necessarily inevitable.
  • DOJ watchdog reportedly sends criminal referral for McCabe to federal prosecutor

    DOJ watchdog reportedly sends criminal referral for McCabe to federal prosecutor

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    The inspector general's referral for the possible prosecution of McCabe, first reported by CNN and the Washington Post , came almost a week after the inspector general's office said it had concluded that he had misled investigators over a decision to break with the FBI's standard policy and inform a journalist about a probe into the Clinton Foundation in 2016.
  • Puerto Rico Endures Country-Wide Blackout

    Puerto Rico Endures Country-Wide Blackout

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    On Wednesday, an excavator used by the contractor hit a transmission line near the south coast. An island-wide blackout has struck Puerto Rico, plunging the US territory of more than 3 million citizens back into darkness more than seven months after local and federal officials began working to restore a fragile power grid demolished by Hurricane Maria.
  • Police In Search For Indian Father Who Gang Raped His Daughter

    Police In Search For Indian Father Who Gang Raped His Daughter

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    Last Sunday, the man took his daughter to a fair - an annual feature in Kamlapur. Additional Superintendent of Police Martand Prakash Singh said the woman was allegedly raped by the men in Kamlapur area on April 15. Meraj was arrested but Singh and the woman's father are still on the run, according to reports. She married nearly 20 years ago. In November 2017, her father was banished from the village after allegations of an incestuous relationship between him and the daughter.
  • Doctor Who Treated Prince To Pay Civil Penalty of $30K

    Doctor Who Treated Prince To Pay Civil Penalty of $30K

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    The geriatrician previously told authorities he prescribed oxycodone to Prince confidant Kirk Johnson so the musician could hide his painkiller problem. Some of the drugs were prescribed by a doctor in his bodyguard's name to protect the singer's privacy, Mr Metz added. But the attorney stressed that it wasn't percocet that killed Prince .
  • Karen McDougal freed from contract silencing her on alleged Trump affair

    Karen McDougal freed from contract silencing her on alleged Trump affair

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    McDougal signed an agreement with AMI - which, in addition to the National Enquirer , is also the parent company for publications like Star , Men's Fitness, and Shape - in August 2016, a few months before the presidential election. American Media will also be allowed to publish columns about McDougal. Communications between Cohen and Davidson were reportedly part of information targeted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation raid on Cohen's homes and office.
  • Britain's Queen Elizabeth backs her son Charles to take on Commonwealth role

    Britain's Queen Elizabeth backs her son Charles to take on Commonwealth role

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    Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today joined the heads of governments Commonwealth nations as Queen Elizabeth- II opened their 25th summit welcoming the leaders to "my own home" at Buckingham Palace. "Over many years you have been the Commonwealth's most steadfast and fervent champions", she said. There were also concerns Charles didn't have the strength of character required to lead the Commonwealth, with his official 1996 biography painting him as privileged and ignorant of the ...
  • OPCW postpones investigation of chemical attack due to shelling of UN mission

    OPCW postpones investigation of chemical attack due to shelling of UN mission

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    Syrian and Russian forces gained control over Douma on Saturday when rebels withdrew from the town, hours after the end of the Western countries' attacks. France says it is "highly likely" evidence was disappearing from Douma before weapons experts arrived in the area. Its members have repeatedly visited Syria to investigate alleged attacks.
  • Federal judge finds Kobach in contempt for failing to register would-be voters

    Federal judge finds Kobach in contempt for failing to register would-be voters

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    The Kansas law, which went into effect in 2013, required people to show a citizenship document - a passport or birth certificate - in order to register to vote. While those voters received one notice, some did not get the standard postcards with polling place information, Robinson said. In a statement, Kobach spokesman Moriah Day said his office will appeal Robinson's ruling.
  • Save Pastor Andrew from a Turkish Prison

    Save Pastor Andrew from a Turkish Prison

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    Pastor Andrew Brunson, who has lived in Turkey for more than two decades, was indicted on charges of helping the group that Ankara holds responsible for the failed 2016 coup against President Tayyip Erdogan. The American Center for Law and Justice said the 62-page indictment against Bruson accuses him of "the supposed "crime" of "Christianization" . His lawyer Ismail Cem Halavurt said he believed Mr Brunson would ultimately be acquitted and there was no reason for his continued detention ...
  • Pittsburgh region's air pollution worsening, report says

    Pittsburgh region's air pollution worsening, report says

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    The Lung Association also lists the nation's cleanest cities , meaning ones that experience no high ozone or high particulate pollution days. Annual State of Global Air Report published by Health effects institute based in Boston has claimed that more than 95% people around the world are breathing unhealthy air.
  • PM greeted by Swedish PM Lofven on arrival at Stockholm airport

    PM greeted by Swedish PM Lofven on arrival at Stockholm airport

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    The community event is scheduled to be held at the Stockholm University in the evening, after which Prime Minister Modi will depart for London at night. India is also seeking Britain's cooperation in the extradition of Lalit Modi, who is being probed here for a IPL media rights deal worth Rs 425 crore.
  • New York City brings in David Bowie subway cards

    New York City brings in David Bowie subway cards

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    David Bowie Is will be on display through July 15. The subway installation will remain at the station fromApril 17 until Sunday, May 13 . Inside the station, visitors will encounter numerous subway-wall-sized images of Bowie-inspired art, from fan-made to pieces now on display at the museum exhibition.
  • White House counselor Kellyanne Conway calls Comey an attention-seeker

    White House counselor Kellyanne Conway calls Comey an attention-seeker

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    I think it is fair to say at this point that I like her more than she likes me. But ultimately, many on the left continue to blame the fired FBI director for swinging the election in Trump's favor when he released a statement days out from Election Day announcing the re-opening of the investigation into the Democratic nominee's emails.
  • Turkey to Hold Elections in June, More than a Year Early

    Turkey to Hold Elections in June, More than a Year Early

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    Erdoğan made the announcement in an address at his presidential palace after meeting Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) chief Devlet Bahceli who the day earlier had urged early elections. He told MHP lawmakers that the elections should in fact be held on August 26, 2018. "We came to the agreement that we should approach this early election positively", said the Turkish leader about Bahceli's small MHP party, which is expected to form an alliance with Erdogan's ruling AK Party in the ...
  • Sweden police told Icelandic suspect likely fled their way

    Sweden police told Icelandic suspect likely fled their way

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    An worldwide warrant has been issued for Mr Stefansson's arrest and Swedish police are now involved in the search. Police said that CCTV footage from the airport shows Stefansson boarding a flight to Sweden that was coincidentally also carrying the country's prime minister, Katrin Jakobsdottir.
  • 8-yr-old raped, murdered in Etah

    8-yr-old raped, murdered in Etah

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    The accused first took the girl away to a secluded lane and then raped her in an under-construction house, near the wedding venue. "Later, around 12.30am, the unconscious girl was found semi-naked, with strangulation marks on her neck". On the one hand, the government claims that encounters are going on in the State and on the other the crime ratio has surged. He took the opportunity to drag her some distance away and rape her", the news website quoted the child's father as saying.
  • What is Cuba's future without a Castro?

    What is Cuba's future without a Castro?

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    It falls on the 57th anniversary of the Bay of Pigs invasion in 1961, when the Central Intelligence Agency tried to overthrow the leader of the 1959 revolution, Fidel Castro - an episode Havana has long proclaimed as American imperialism's first great defeat in Latin America.