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Judge blocks Trump order on sanctuary cities

In his ruling, Judge William H. Orrick sided with Santa Clara County, the city of San Francisco and other jurisdictions, who argued that a threat to take away federal funds from cities that do not c...

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Indian entrepreneur Vijay Mallya bailed after extradition arrest

Mr. Mallya was scheduled to appear at a London court on Tuesday, the police said in a statement . "But after only a 10-minute hearing at the Westminster Magistrates" Court, he was granted bail. "Mall...

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Theresa May urges British voters to reject 'coalition of chaos'

Theresa May urges British voters to reject 'coalition of chaos'

He told MPs: We welcome the opportunity of a general election because it gives the British people the chance to vote for a Labour government that will put the interests of the majority first. The PM w...

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Conte: Chelsea have passed big psychological test but title race isn't over

Conte: Chelsea have passed big psychological test but title race isn't over

Antonio Conte's men lost 2-0 to Manchester United in their last league fixture and were eager not to drop more points ahead of Spurs' trip to Crystal Palace on Wednesday. The Spaniard also urged his t...

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North Korea marks military anniversary with massive artillery drill

North Korea defiantly said in a state media commentary marking the 85th anniversary of the foundation of the Korean People's Army's that its military was prepared "to bring to closure the history of U...

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White House Rejects Request For Flynn Documents

The White House further insisted that it couldn't produce documents it didn't have access to. But he and Chaffetz both said that it was not for them to decide whether Flynn committed a crime. Constitu...

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Australia to add 'values' test to citizenship exam

While the Indian Government indicated on Tuesday night the visa changes might threaten negotiations for a trade deal, Mr Turnbull talked up the importance of jobs going to Australian workers first. As...

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Home Minister Rajnath Singh pays tribute to the martyred CRPF personnel

Home Minister Rajnath Singh pays tribute to the martyred CRPF personnel

The government promised to review its strategy on battling Naxalites, as the Chhattisgarh chief minister warned that an operation would be launched "with more firmness" and "vigour" against the guerri...

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Uttar Pradesh schoolchildren will now have to attend 15 more school days

Uttar Pradesh schoolchildren will now have to attend 15 more school days

Instead, schools and colleges will educate children about these personalities on these days through special programmes. The cabinet in its meeting also condemned the Sukma attack and expressed condo...

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The Tax Cut Elizabeth Warren Should Love

The Tax Cut Elizabeth Warren Should Love

In the 2016 election, Trump received 46.1 percent of the popular vote, compared to Democrat Hillary Clinton's 48.2 percent, with Clinton receiving nearly 2.9 million more votes. They also want to ...

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US Senate confirms Sonny Perdue as agriculture secretary

Current farm policy expires next year. Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly voted in favor of Perdue. "Food is a noble thing to trade", Perdue said. I am hopeful that Mr. There are still more than 200 polit...

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Afghan army chief, minister resign after deadly attack

President Ashraf Ghani's office announced the resignations via social media. Ghani's office also said he had replaced the commanders of four army corps in response to the attack. Many Afghans called...

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US moves THAAD system to South Korean site, sparking protests

This comes as the missile-armed U.S. submarine USS Michigan joins a carrier strike group led by the USS Carl Vinson, in annual joint military drills between the US and South Korea. Hong Joon-pyo of th...

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Defense chief, top general: USA needs to confront Russian Federation in Afghanistan

Defense chief, top general: USA needs to confront Russian Federation in Afghanistan

The attack at a military base in the city of Mazar-i-Sharif raises more questions about the Afghan military's ability to defend against such attacks, more than 15 years after the US drove the Taliban ...

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Durst victim said he may kill her years earlier

Durst victim said he may kill her years earlier

Robert Durst, whose ties to three mysterious deaths were explored in HBO's series "The Jinx", has pleaded not guilty to the first-degree murder of his friend Berman in Los Angeles in 2000. "I knew he ...

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Donald Trump Challenges Media: 'The Wall Is Going to Get Built, Folks'

Republicans control both chambers of Congress, but a White House-backed bill to gut former President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act, popularly known as Obamacare , failed to gather full party sup...

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S. Korea summons Japan diplomat in protest over claim to islets

S. Korea summons Japan diplomat in protest over claim to islets

Seoul's Foreign Ministry instantly lodged a complaint, summoning Hideo Suzuki, a minister of the Japanese Embassy here. "It is an obligation for the global community to implement the agreement with...

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Trump picks fight with Canada over dairy products and trade

Premier Christy Clark and cabinet ministers are interrupting their election campaign to respond to the U.S. Commerce Department's decision to impose duties of about 20 per cent on Canadian lumber expo...

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Thousands of Bay Area science fans march on Earth Day

Thousands of Bay Area science fans march on Earth Day

The march is just one of 500 around the world on Saturday to encourage support for science and the study of climate change and promote the understanding of science and defend it from various att...

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Liberals introduce long-awaited bill to legalize marijuana

The plan calls for a legalized-pot system in place by the end of June 2018. Its also a departure from the norm in the US, where states that have legalized recreational marijuana use have set a min...

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Venezuela: Protests leave 13 dead in one day

Venezuela: Protests leave 13 dead in one day

His critics brand him a dictator, while he says the crisis is a US-backed capitalist conspiracy. The second victim, a 54-year-old man, died from a gunshot to the chest in the western Venezuelan stat...

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Italy's prime minister urges USA to

Noting the 30,000 U.S. soldiers stationed in Italy, Trump said that Italians should "pay their full and fair share for the cost of defense". Donald Trump's declaration that the U.S. "I think the Uni...

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North Korea conducts large-scale artillery drills on anniversary - Yonhap

North Korea conducts large-scale artillery drills on anniversary - Yonhap

The jubilee was marked by massive - yet conventional - drills, which featured some 300-400 long-range artillery pieces and were supervised by North Korean leader Kin Jong-un, according to Yonhap News...

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'Controversial & unfair': Turkish opposition files appeal for referendum annulment

'Controversial & unfair': Turkish opposition files appeal for referendum annulment

The YSK released a written statement following the meeting, saying that the board agreed to reject the petitions submitted by the Republican People's Party (CHP), the Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) a...

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Arkansas carries out first double execution in US since 2000

Arkansas carries out first double execution in US since 2000

Williams was sentenced to death in 1997 for kidnapping, raping and murdering Stacy Errickson. But death penalty appeals nearly always are referred to the entire court. Williams refused to give a final...

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Korea depicts attack on US city

Neither could want an all-out war on the Korean Peninsula. The unannounced visit at the start of his 10-day trip to Asia was a USA show of force that allowed the vice president to gaze at North Kore...

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Arkansas execute two prisoners despite last-minute court order delays lethal injection

Williams was convicted for the 1994 murder and rape of 22-year-old Stacy Errickson. Lawyers for the state said the inmates scheduled for execution filed an "avalanche" of lawsuits in hopes to st...

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Oil markets remain cautious on record supplies

U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil futures CLc1 dropped 39 cents to settle at $49.23 a barrel, after reaching a high of $50.22 a barrel earlier in the day. shale producers are becoming more ...

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Japan disaster minister resigns over quake gaffe

Japan disaster minister resigns over quake gaffe

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was forced to apologise to residents of the devastated northeastern region of Tohoku, which is still recovering more than six years on, after Masahiro Imamura sparked outrage...

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Bill O'Reilly Announces Return of Podcast on Monday

For those wondering about the future of Bill O'Reilly, the former Fox News star is set to return on Monday with a new episode of his podcast, "The No Spin News ". "When Ailes is under assault and t...

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