• Orange County Supervisors Vote to Fight California's New Sanctuary Law
Orange County Supervisors Vote to Fight California's New Sanctuary Law

The Orange County Sheriff's Department sought to sidestep a California law created to limit law enforcement coordination with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, saying it would put the date an inmate will be released on its website. "As supervisors of this county, we all took oaths to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States a...

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  • Trump's lawyer allegedly raised possibility of pardons for Manafort, Flynn
Trump's lawyer allegedly raised possibility of pardons for Manafort, Flynn

The court declaring is attached to the sentencing of Dutch legal representative Alex van der Zwaan , that begged guilty last month to existing to the unique advice regarding his communications with Gates. The charges range from bank fraud and filing false tax returns to conspiring to defraud the United States, conspiring to launder money and faili...

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  • Volkswagen Atlas Gets More Personal With Smaller, Sportier Concept
Volkswagen Atlas Gets More Personal With Smaller, Sportier Concept

The Atlas Tanoak Concept is designed as a dual cab, five-seat configuration with a short bed. This size puts it square in the midsize truck market in the USA the added length also gives the Tanoak a bed that's 64.1 inches long; long enough to haul ATVs and other commonly carried items within this truck segment.

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  • Ant and Dec missing from new Britain's Got Talent trailer
Ant and Dec missing from new Britain's Got Talent trailer

A show insider claimed to the Daily Star on Sunday : "There's a very real possibility that Ant won't be available to present the next series of the jungle". Dec said in a statement : "Whilst I never thought I'd be in this position, after much discussion and careful consideration we've decided that the remaining two shows of this series of " Saturd...

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  • LAPD Considers Adea Shabani Disappearance as a Homicide
LAPD Considers Adea Shabani Disappearance as a Homicide

However, investigators believe it is that of the 25-year-old model who had moved to Hollywood from Macedonia and was last seen on February 23 near the 1700 block of Wilcox Avenue, between Hollywood Boulevard and Franklin Avenue. In this representative image, a police vehicle parks in front of 160 Muir Woods Road from where authorities rescued 1...

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  • High Court orders release of Miguna Miguna from JKIA detention
High Court orders release of Miguna Miguna from JKIA detention

The Emirates flight was set to depart JKIA at 10:45pm, but was deliberately delayed to have Miguna bundled into it. Miguna had arrived at the Nairobi airport from Canada at about 2:30 pm, but was denied entry after refusing to surrender the passport he travelled in.

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  • Census To Add Question On Citizenship Status
Census To Add Question On Citizenship Status

Former Census Bureau director Kenneth Prewitt said the decision "makes for a stormy situation given the unique visibility of the census". A coalition of state attorneys general urged the department last month to not add the question, saying it could lower participation among immigrants and cause a population undercount.

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  • Arrest made in connection with suspicious packages sent to DC military facilities
Arrest made in connection with suspicious packages sent to DC military facilities

Included with the packages were letters described as " disturbing and rambling", NBC reports. Law enforcement officials confirmed that the packages had contained explosive components such as fuse attachments, Global Positioning System locators, and black powder.

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  • THIS IS IT? Trump's FIERCEST CRITICS Slam CNN's 'Stormy' Obsession
THIS IS IT? Trump's FIERCEST CRITICS Slam CNN's 'Stormy' Obsession

The Public Policy Polling's results were released a day after a CNN poll found Trump received his highest approval rating in almost a year. Trump's approval ratings have seesawed over the last four CNN polls - from 35 per cent in December up to 40 per cent in January, down to 35 per cent in February and back up to 42 per cent now.

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  • Israel 'critically ill' under Netanyahu
Israel 'critically ill' under Netanyahu

US President Donald Trump will not be attending the official movie of the US embassy to Jerusalem in May, various television outlets reported Tuesday evening, citing US sources. In December previous year Trump overturned decades-long U.S. policy by recognizing Israel's claim to Jerusalem as its capital and announced that the embassy would move ...

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  • Train's arrival in Beijing raises speculation of Kim visit
Train's arrival in Beijing raises speculation of Kim visit

China's foreign ministry denied knowledge of any meeting with North Korea; in Seoul and Washington, officials said they had no conclusive information. His younger sister Kim Yo Jong visited South Korea last month as his special envoy. If true, it would be Kim's first visit to China and his first foreign trip since his ascension as leader in 20...

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  • Britain Hails 'Turning Point' After Mass Expulsion Of Russian Diplomats
Britain Hails 'Turning Point' After Mass Expulsion Of Russian Diplomats

Skripal was granted refuge in the United Kingdom following a 2010 spy exchange between the USA and Russian Federation. Before NATO , a total of 24 countries made a decision to expel Russian diplomats in solidarity with Britain, following the poisoning of a former Russian spy in that country.

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  • Rebel fighters in Syria's Douma ready to lay down arms - Russian Federation
Rebel fighters in Syria's Douma ready to lay down arms - Russian Federation

The last rebel faction that's still active in Eastern Ghouta , just outside of the Syrian capital of Damascus, is denying reports in Russian media that they are poised to surrender . At least 1,600 civilians have died in the carnage, and 5,000 more have been wounded, according to the United Kingdom -based observatory, which gathers information fr...

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  • Turkey-EU leaders meeting not provided major progress but endorsed dialogue
Turkey-EU leaders meeting not provided major progress but endorsed dialogue

During a visit by Erdogan to Paris earlier this year, French President Emmanuel Macron said Ankara should settle instead for a looser "partnership" with the European Union and suggested no more progress was possible in accession talks. So far this incentive has not been realised and Erdogan stressed the issue during the talks. " Turkey conside...

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  • Putin
Putin "remains absolutely calm" in the situation with the UK

It was reported that the White House's National Security Council has advised Trump to show Russian diplomats the door although observers and the American president's critics were eager to see how he eventually acts for Trump is known to be a person who admires his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin's leadership style and feels about Washington ha...

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  • Rep. Ryan Costello will drop bid for reelection
Rep. Ryan Costello will drop bid for reelection

Ryan Costello (R-Pa.) has said he will vacate in January 2019. Costello, a two term Republican Congressman, in an interview, says he feels like a target of anger, based on the actions of President Trump's . Earlier this week, the US Supreme Court denied a request from Pennsylvania Republicans to block new congressional maps. Political observe...

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  • Stringent security in place for PSL final in Karachi
Stringent security in place for PSL final in Karachi

Sethi announced that all three T20 matches of the upcoming West Indies' tour will be held at National Stadium Karachi . Yesterday's game between Islamabad United and Peshawar Zalmi was everything a cricket fanatic was expecting it to be.

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  • First Alert 10-Day Forecast: Another cool day on Sunday
First Alert 10-Day Forecast: Another cool day on Sunday

James Madden, a forecaster for Exacta Weather, told The Scotsman : "This could surpass the recent snow events and bring some of the heaviest snowfall we have ever seen at this time of the year or at Easter". All of that will give way to mostly sunny conditions, with highs in the mid 40s by Tuesday . There will also be a northeast wind however hel...

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  • President Donald Trump Wasn't With First Lady Melania During Stormy Daniels Interview
President Donald Trump Wasn't With First Lady Melania During Stormy Daniels Interview

Michael Avenatti told 60 Minutes the reason he took the case was because his client was honest and honorable. Asked if she thought he had offered her a role on " The Apprentice " to keep her romantically interested, she said, "Of course".

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  • Bolton divides pundits on prospects for Trump-Kim summit
Bolton divides pundits on prospects for Trump-Kim summit

Bolton met with Trump and Kelly in early March to discuss North Korea and Iran. Iranian officials Sunday described President Trump's decision to appoint John Bolton national security adviser as shameful and a sign that Washington intends to overthrow the Tehran theocracy.

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  • Clashes at protest against arrest of fugitive ex-Catalan leader in Germany
Clashes at protest against arrest of fugitive ex-Catalan leader in Germany

His detention threatens to worsen the Catalan crisis which flared a year ago when the region made a symbolic declaration of independence, prompting Madrid to dissolve the Catalan government and take direct rule. Mr Turull was among five people taken into custody in fresh arrests. Dpa photos showed a van with tinted windows believe to be carrying ...

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  • Rail strike turning into major challenge for France's president
Rail strike turning into major challenge for France's president

It was the first time public sector workers, ranging from air-traffic controllers to civil servants, had joined with rail workers and pensioners to protest over the economic reforms Macron has sought to introduce since he took office in May a year ago.

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  • Two of Trump's Russian Federation probe lawyers back out
Two of Trump's Russian Federation probe lawyers back out

The announcement was made last Monday by Jay Sekulow, counsel to the President, but it appears he may have jumped the gun as it is being reported that "conflicts" will prevent diGenova from joining Trump's legal team. "I am very happy with my existing team", he tweeted . Toensing has represented former Trump legal team spokesperson Mark Cora...

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  • Senate passes $1.3 trillion spending bill to prevent government shutdown
Senate passes $1.3 trillion spending bill to prevent government shutdown

Hours before government funding was about to lapse, President Trump announced Friday at the White House that "for the sake of national security", he signed the $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill passed by Congress despite significant misgivings.

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  • Dropbox shares surge as much as 50 percent on first day
Dropbox shares surge as much as 50 percent on first day

Based on the company's opening price, Dropbox had a market valuation of approximately $12.69 billion. Dropbox Inc .'s warm welcome from the market has minted the startup's second billionaire. The IPO raised about US$756 million in the largest tech IPO since Snap Inc raised US$3.9 billion in its debut past year. As the day went on the company...

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  • Tehran Slams US Charges Against Iranian Hackers as 'Groundless'
Tehran Slams US Charges Against Iranian Hackers as 'Groundless'

The FBI says the nine Iranians pictured above took part in a government-sponsored hacking scheme that pilfered sensitive information from hundreds of universities, private companies and government agencies. Almost half of the universities targeted are in the U.S., it said. Iran has no plan to increase its crude oil output in 2018, Ali Kardor, m...

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  • Rights groups accuse Israel of 'discriminatory policies' as Ahed Tamimi sentenced
Rights groups accuse Israel of 'discriminatory policies' as Ahed Tamimi sentenced

The ruling could have a chilling effect not just on journalists, but also on Palestinian activists who routinely record their encounters with Israeli troops , both to document abuses and to provide a measure of accountability. In addition, occupation authorities resort to the adoption of a set of laws that allow the detention of children and the...

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  • Trade War Fears Roil Markets, Boost Gold Prices
Trade War Fears Roil Markets, Boost Gold Prices

North American markets fell Friday for a second day of broad declines as fears continued about the potential fallout of a trade dispute between the US and China . Trump's Thursday announcement of the new duties was accompanied by the 215-page USTR's Section 301 of the 1974 Trade Act investigation report into China's technology strategy, which,...

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  • Dublin Fire Brigade share photos of the devastation in Ballymun's Metro Hotel
Dublin Fire Brigade share photos of the devastation in Ballymun's Metro Hotel

Eight fire engines, turntable ladder and command units are dealing with a fire in a premises in #Ballymun . There is no data about the victims and the dead yet. "No decision can be made about a hotel re-opening date until the cause of the fire has been established and all safety considerations have been thoroughly assessed", the statement conclude...

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  • State Dept. announces $1B in weapons sales to Saudi Arabia
State Dept. announces $1B in weapons sales to Saudi Arabia

Its stated goal was to root out Yemen's Houthi rebels, who had taken over the country's capital, Sanaa, and forced out Saudi-backed President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi. "We are going to end this war". He started his visit by holding talks with President Donald Trump at the White House. On March 26, 2015, Saudi Arabia and its allies launched what w...

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  • Iowa family of 4 found dead in Mexico
Iowa family of 4 found dead in Mexico

An Iowa couple and their two children were found dead in their condominium in Mexico - hours after family members had reported them missing. Paul Ver Meer, the chief of the Creston Police Department told Fox News the family was found dead Thursday night in a condo they rented in Tulum .

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  • Northeast Ohio students hope March for Our Lives drives change
Northeast Ohio students hope March for Our Lives drives change

The artwork is available at several locations across the country, including at two Busboys And Poets locations in D.C. More than a dozen posters are available to download online for free. Paige Cromley, a sophomore at The John Cooper School, published an op-ed Friday in the Houston Chronicle , in which she writes that adults "cannot understa...

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  • I'm Accused Without Physical Evidence, Says Sarkozy
I'm Accused Without Physical Evidence, Says Sarkozy

Le Figaro newspaper reported Thursday that Sarkozy said in his statement to the investigating judges that "I am accused without any physical evidence ". Sarkozy has also sued the investigative website Mediapart for publishing a document allegedly signed by Libya's intelligence chief showing that Gaddafi agreed to give the former president up to...

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  • The Danger of America's Gun Rhetoric
The Danger of America's Gun Rhetoric

Until we can redirect our time and attention on cultivating relationships with each other, fighting over gun control and which politician is right serves no good goal until we are united with each other in a meaningful way. To many on the left, it was proof that entrusting armed personnel to protect students was not a reliable solution and that...

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  • Second evacuation agreement reached in Eastern Ghouta: state media
Second evacuation agreement reached in Eastern Ghouta: state media

The two groups have also agreed on a prisoner exchange, swapping 3,500 people held by the rebels for allowing 3,000 "humanitarian cases" to be evacuated. In recent weeks, they have cut the Eastern Ghouta into three separate pockets. Over the past few weeks, Syria and Russian Federation have cornered foreign-backed militants in Eastern Ghou...

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  • Boris Johnson compares Putin's World Cup to Hitler's Olympics
Boris Johnson compares Putin's World Cup to Hitler's Olympics

Despite threats of boycotts, the Games went ahead. "But nobody has the right to insult the Russian people, who defeated Nazism and lost more than 25 million people, by comparing our country to Nazi Germany ". The foreign secretary also told the committee that far fewer Brits had bought tickets so far for the World Cup in Russian Federation tha...

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  • Trump tried to pay me after sex, says ex-Playboy model
Trump tried to pay me after sex, says ex-Playboy model

I wouldn't want it done to me", she told CNN's Anderson Cooper on Thursday. In the tell-all interview , Karen went into detail about the first time she allegedly had sex with Donald, and confessed that they did not use condoms when they were allegedly together over the 10-month period.

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  • Two Koreas agree to meet on summit preparations next week
Two Koreas agree to meet on summit preparations next week

On March 8, President Donald Trump surprisingly accepted an invitation to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un by the end of May to discuss the longstanding nuclear issue. As reports suggest, worldwide sanctions, in turn, have resulted in North Korea facing a possible crisis of foreign cash. -North Korean summit, which would be a first, high on the...

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  • Somali advocate supports charges for officer
Somali advocate supports charges for officer

Damond was shot July 15, minutes after calling 911 to report a possible sexual assault in the alley behind her home. The family of an unarmed Australian woman shot to death by a Minneapolis police officer responding to her 911 call says charges against the officer are "one step toward justice".

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  • Congress President Rahul Visits Poll Bound Karnataka, Here Is His Schedule
Congress President Rahul Visits Poll Bound Karnataka, Here Is His Schedule

Chikkamagaluru: Soon after the conclusion of his rally here, Rahul Gandhi was offered tea on the dais. "When Rahul Gandhi went to deliver the speech, he said the stage is kept empty so as to let the younger generation take over the reins.

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  • Former French president held by police over funding by Gaddafi
Former French president held by police over funding by Gaddafi

How did the investigation start? The 63-year-old, who held power from 2007 to 2012, was told by investigators on Wednesday after two days of questioning in police custody that he was formally suspected of passive corruption, an offence that carries a sentence of up to 10 years in jail.

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  • Peru president Pedro Kuczynski resigns
Peru president Pedro Kuczynski resigns

Markets that had cheered Kuczynski's rise to power rallied on news of his resignation on Wednesday, amid expectations it would end the political uncertainty that has overshadowed Peru since the opposition first sought to oust Kuczynski in December.

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  • Federal Court Temporarily Blocks 15-Week Abortion Ban in Mississippi
Federal Court Temporarily Blocks 15-Week Abortion Ban in Mississippi

The state's only abortion clinic quickly sued. District Judge Carlton Reeves issued a temporary restraining order Tuesday, blocking the law from taking effect for 10 days while the court considers further action. "We are saving more of the unborn than any state in America, and what better thing can we do?" Republican legislative leaders Lt. Go...

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  • Completion of World Cup stadium in Samara behind schedule
Completion of World Cup stadium in Samara behind schedule

England is still expected to send the Three Lions to the tournament and none of the 31 nations that qualified alongside the host have said they would not do so. Merkel added: "I would be happy if I didn't have to name Russian Federation here, but we can't disregard evidence because we don't want to name Russian Federation".

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  • California teacher who bashed military during classroom rant gets fired
California teacher who bashed military during classroom rant gets fired

The student who secretly recorded Salcido - later identified by KTLA-TV as Victor Quinonez - told Fox News opinion writer Todd Starnes in January that his teacher had "a history of being anti-military". "I just hope he enjoys the liberties and the lifestyle that we have fought for". "I do believe the military is not the best option for my stu...

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  • 'We need more than prayers' | Md. Governor responds to school shooting
'We need more than prayers' | Md. Governor responds to school shooting

The sheriff praised the school resource officer, Deputy First Class Blaine Gaskill, a six-year veteran in his first year at the high school, for containing the situation in less than a minute. "I'm so exhausted I'm so exhausted". "And, you know, so he was safe, school kept him, the adults that were there kept him very safe", said Fred Lancaster.

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  • DC public schools to be closed Wednesday due to weather
DC public schools to be closed Wednesday due to weather

The counter-clockwise spin around lows , and the clockwise spin around highs, means our winds will be northerly today drawing in a cooler and drier air mass. Expect tidal flooding again today near the early afternoon high tide. Thursday , there is a slight chance of showers in the morning before skies gradually turn from mostly cloudy to ...

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  • China lodges strong protest with U.S. over signing of
China lodges strong protest with U.S. over signing of "Taiwan Travel Act"

While Su does not address how the US could leverage the act when dealing with China, he called the signing of the bill an edit to the Three Communiques, which make it clear that Taiwan and the USA are not to develop any official relationship.

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  • Police Are Investigating A Suspicious Package At An Austin FedEx
Police Are Investigating A Suspicious Package At An Austin FedEx

Police said for Austin resident to immediately call 911 if they see any unknown packages. The bomb which exploded in Schertz was filled with nails and shrapnel, officials say. Before the FedEx explosion, Milanowski said authorities had checked more than 500 leads. Police have not uncovered a motive and have not ruled out the possibility t...

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  • Autonomous Uber SUV Kills Pedestrian In America
Autonomous Uber SUV Kills Pedestrian In America

The vehicle, part of Uber's autonomous driving test fleet, was in self-driving mode at the time of the crash and had an emergency backup driver behind the wheel. CEO Dara Khosrowshahi reacted on Twitter. No videos of the crash have been released. Arizona's self-driving vehicle oversight committee, or which Biesty is a member, has not pl...

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