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Texas protesters decry federal inaction on climate change

Texas protesters decry federal inaction on climate change

Trump has said, among other things, that climate change was a " hoax ", tweeting in November that "the concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. People in ...

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Gunfight between Indian police, rebels kills 5 in Kashmir

Gunfight between Indian police, rebels kills 5 in Kashmir

The death toll in an attack in the Kashmir Valley by militants rose to five after an injured civilian succumbed to his injuries on Sunday, a police official said. Security forces have launched a massi...

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San Diego police killed boy, 15, in school parking lot

San Diego police killed boy, 15, in school parking lot

The caller stated that the minor who needed to be checked on did not have a weapon, Holden said. Two officers - including an officer specifically trained to deal with juveniles - were the first to a...

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Duterte appeals to Trump: Keep restraint over North Korea

The Association of South East Asian Nations ( ASEAN ) dropped references to "land reclamation and militarization" from its chairman's statement this year at the end of its summit in the Philippine cap...

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2 found dead in Boston penthouse, suspect in custody

2 found dead in Boston penthouse, suspect in custody

A source told us the victims had their throats slashed, but few details about the crime scene have been officially released. The victims, Richard Field, poses with his fiance, Lina Bolanos, in a Fac...

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Cargo plane goes off runway in West Virginia; 2 killed

The plane's left wing struck a runway while landing and crashed in a wooded area, Kanawha County emergency officials said. Galyon says you couldn't hear the plane's engine in the distance; instead i...

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Arrest made in August shooting death of Chicago cop's son

Arrest made in August shooting death of Chicago cop's son

Chicago police have long said they are outgunned by the city's gangs who are favoring these weapons more and more. Moore, of the 7900 block of South Sawyer Avenue, had already been in custody on a c...

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U.S. warns 'third country sanctions' on North Korea

Tillerson presided over an April 28 meeting of ministers addressing North Korean nuclear program-related issues in UNSC countries, where he urged United Nations members to suspend or downgrade diploma...

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Midwest floods linger as officials warn of floodwater risks

But forecasters say there could be more high water along the Mississippi River. MoDOT reports the Route 51 Mississippi River Bridge, also known as the Chester Bridge, in Perry County could close by no...

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United, airlines slammed at hearing:

United, airlines slammed at hearing: "Something is broken"

David Dao bloodied and concussed. The guy who resisted officers and screamed like a insane man as he was dragged from a United flight to make room for an airline employee, was within his rights to d...

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18 frat members, frat, charged in Penn State student's death

He pointed to what he called the national problem and how Penn State dealt with problems of alcohol miss-use. All members of the fraternity Beta Theta Pi were charged with crimes related to th...

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Deputy press secretary substitutes for Spicer

Deputy press secretary substitutes for Spicer

Sanders has briefed reporters in place of Spicer before, but not on-camera at the White House. "I think we saw the mistake that the Democrats made by trying to force and rush this through". "What work...

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Why Trump chose Saudi Arabia for first foreign trip

Why Trump chose Saudi Arabia for first foreign trip

In Saudi Arabia, a White House official said Trump would meet with Saudi and other Arab leaders. "The Vatican is about soft power, and this is a language very few people speak in Trump's White House...

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Protections for 27 national monuments may be curtailed, cut

Also included, the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante in Utah and Katahdin Woods and Waters in Maine. A list released Friday includes 22 monuments on federal land in 11 states and five marin...

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Central Coast waters possible target for offshore drilling under new executive order

Central Coast waters possible target for offshore drilling under new executive order

The EO orders a review of the current five-year plan for offshore oil and natural gas leasing and a review of all regulations concerning oil, gas and renewable energy leasing in federal waters, per ...

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Thai junta leader says Trump sees ties 'closer than ever'

Thai junta leader says Trump sees ties 'closer than ever'

The White House issued a statement saying Trump's invitation to Lee was extended to "further strengthen ties", noting that the partnership between the US and Singapore is "marked by thriving trade and...

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Trump order helps offshore drilling, stops marine sanctuary expansion

This new executive order was part of Trump's so-called "America-First Offshore Energy Strategy", which posits that allowing drilling in federally-owned waters will give the U.S. "The federal governm...

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Tillerson to seek action on North Korea during Asia meeting

He also signaled that the United States would de-emphasize human rights concerns in some of its interactions with other countries, saying that while US values remain constant, its policies can adapt...

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France's Hollande promises 'response' to Macron election hack

French President François Hollande, Republican candidate François Fillon and the Socialist Party's Benoit Hamon have come together to back Macron, claiming a Le Pen presidency would be disastrous for ...

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Delta Apologizes After Booting Parents Who Refused to Give Up Child's Seat

Delta Apologizes After Booting Parents Who Refused to Give Up Child's Seat

Delta has since said it was "sorry for the unfortunate experience" and would compensate the family. "Delta's goal is to always work with customers in an attempt to find solutions to their travel iss...

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Tillerson meets Southeast Asian nations, but focus is NKorea

Tillerson meets Southeast Asian nations, but focus is NKorea

According to the New York Times , Tillerson said that "things have gotten out of balance" in regards to how the United States has conducted itself with allies and emerging nations. "We think more ...

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Trump's first 100 days have been just fine

Suffolk Republican Committee chairman and former Trump campaign surrogate John Jay LaValle says the president has proven to be a success. Critics of Trump, including Democrats in Washington, have be...

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Why the sick will face coverage problems

On MSNBC, Senator Bernie Sanders raucously laughed at Mr Trump's comments. A red-state Republican governor struck a cautious tone the day after House Republicans passed a bill to repeal and replace ...

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Trump's first 100 days 'by the numbers'

And the White House is under the cloud of investigations by Congress and the FBI into Russia's apparent interference in last year's USA elections, and whether there was any collusion with the Trump ca...

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It's open! Westbound I-44 back in business

The murky waters of the Black River swell out of their banks in this view looking east with US 67, at left, Wednesday, May 3, 2017, in Pocahontas, Ark. Route 141 at Romaine Creek and Route 21 at the M...

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Comey Stands By October Clinton Decision But Feels 'Mildly Nauseous'

After a long investigation, Comey stated in July 2016 that he would not recommend charges against Clinton. In aninterviewwith CNN's Christiane Amanpour at the Women for Women International conferenc...

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TSA report warns of threat of truck-ramming attacks in US

TSA report warns of threat of truck-ramming attacks in US

The report, titled "Vehicle ramming attacks: Threat landscape, indicators and counter measures", comes in the wake of a number of high-profile ramming attacks by so-called "lone-wolf" Islamist terrori...

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Police locate missing 15-year-old girl in Sanford

Police locate missing 15-year-old girl in Sanford

She'd last been seen Wednesday in Forsyth County, getting into a auto with two men. The 15-year-old Forsyth County girl who went missing early Thursday morning is safe. The Journal notes the Federal...

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How The GOP Health Bill Would Affect You

How The GOP Health Bill Would Affect You

President Donald Trump has declared Obamacare "dead" after the Republican healthcare bill was narrowly passed by the lower chamber of Congress. Assuming the conference committee can reach an agree...

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Senate to vote on government funding bill today

The Trump administration on Wednesday moved one step closer to avoiding government shutdown after the House of Representatives approved a USD1.1 trillion spending bill to fund the government through S...

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With Obamacare vote, House Republicans free to turn to tax reform

The reality is, Obamacare failed to deliver on these promises. "Politically, they've signed a death notice". Arch-conservatives had argued that the original measure did not go far enough in removing...

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Arkansas Flooding Damages to Cost Millions Now and Later

Arkansas Flooding Damages to Cost Millions Now and Later

Midwest on Thursday and Friday, forecasters said, after floods in the region killed at least five people and forced residents in vulnerable areas to evacuate their flooded communities. The Meramec rea...

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US military death in Somalia is 1st since 1993

The forces were ult. The US lost its first troop in Somalia since 1993 when a raid on an al-Shabaab compound resulted in one dead and three injured American special forces' personnel. The U.S. pulle...

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U.S. working on new DPRK sanctions: Tillerson

He said the United States would continue to ensure freedom of navigation and overflight and unhindered commerce. Meanwhile, Singapore's Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan rejected speculation th...

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Steven Seagal is a threat to national security in Ukraine

Steven Seagal is a threat to national security in Ukraine

In a statement quoted by the Interfax news agency, the Ukrainian Security Service said it had "resolved to ban the said individual from entering Ukraine for a five-year period". The actor called Rus...

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