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Grocery sales have been slow to shift online, unlike books and electronics, leaving Amazon at a disadvantage to competitors like Wal-Mart, Target Corp. The bricks-and-mortar foray is aimed at making consumers who prefer to buy groceries at a physical store more familiar with Amazon as a purveyor of fresh foods, and perhaps nudge them to do more online shopping.
  • US Appeals Court Largely Upholds Block On Trump's Travel Ban

    US Appeals Court Largely Upholds Block On Trump's Travel Ban

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    Attorney General Jeff Sessions says the Justice Department will ask the Supreme Court to review an appeals court ruling that blocked President Donald Trump's travel ban . Shedd and G. Steven Agee. Trump's administration argued the court should not look beyond the text of the executive order, which doesn't mention religion.
  • Creen que el atacante no actuó solo

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    El grupo yihadista afirmó que el ataque es una "venganza de la religión de Dios" y que tiene por objetivo "aterrorizar a los politeístas", en referencia a los cristianos, y también lo justificó como una "respuesta a sus agresiones contra las casas de los musulmanes".
  • El Presidente participará junto a su Gabinete del histórico Tedeum

    El Presidente participará junto a su Gabinete del histórico Tedeum

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    Esto será al mediodía y además de los ministros, estará presente la gobernadora bonaerense, María Eugenia Vidal, y el jefe de Gobierno porteño, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta , entre otros. Más allá de la tradicional celebración religiosa, los festejos oficiales por el 207º aniversario de la Revolución de Mayo tendrá lugar el próximo sábado, con un megadesfile organizado por el Ministerio de Defensa que se realizará a lo largo de la Avenida del Libertador, desde el barrio porteño de Palermo hasta ...
  • See the Highlights of President Trump's First Trip Abroad

    See the Highlights of President Trump's First Trip Abroad

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    The president had repeatedly used the phrase "Islamic terrorism" during the 2016 presidential race, but was attempting to offer a more moderate tone during his speech in Riyadh . He accused the US government of supporting terrorism by helping rebels opposed to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. "We will have truly drowned the voices of extremism and we will have drained the swamps from which extremism and terrorism emanates".
  • Congressional Candidate Assaults Reporter

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    MSNBC's "MTP Daily" says he canceled on the show. Democrats are now demanding that the GOP candidate for the Montana seat should quit since he attacked a reporter one day prior to the special election. "Unless the reporter deserved it". The next two House special elections are both on June 20, when both Georgia and SC voters will head to the polls to replace seats left open after Reps.
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    Nunca "mencioné la palabra o el nombre de Israel" — Trump

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    Su marido le ofrece la mano para esperarla y ella la golpea y sigue su paso. ¿Paz en la región? En rueda de prensa el mandatario estadounidense aseguró que la paz no puede surgir donde se recompensa la violencia. La capital italiana fue puesta hoy en estado de alerta, con las medidas de seguridad reforzadas y cientos de agentes desplegados por las calles, ante el arribo del presidente estadounidesse Donald Trump , previsto para esta tarde.
  • Despite Promise, Trump Won't Be Moving US Embassy To Jerusalem

    Despite Promise, Trump Won't Be Moving US Embassy To Jerusalem

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    The US officials reportedly rejected the request for Netanyahu to join the visit, saying it would be "a private visit" by the president and that he would go on his own. It is important, therefore, that we proceed with construction. But for Trump, under siege at home over questions about his administration's links to Russian Federation and his firing of Federal Bureau of Investigation chief James Comey, it is a particularly demanding itinerary, especially for a first overseas venture.
  • Duterte declares martial law in southern Philippines

    Duterte declares martial law in southern Philippines

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    The attackers reportedly burned a Catholic church , the city jail, and two schools, as well as occupied the main streets and two bridges leading to the city of more than 200,000 people, Lorenzana added. Troops sealed off major entry and exit points to prevent Hapilon from escaping, Ano told The Associated Press by telephone from Moscow, where he was accompanying Duterte.
  • Pennsylvania senators OK online play for casinos, lottery

    Pennsylvania senators OK online play for casinos, lottery

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    The day before, the Senate Community, Economic & Recreational Development Committee voted 11-3 in approval of the measure while the Senate Appropriations Committee also approved the bill, 24-2. Some of the provisions and high tax rate examples included in the bill. But then, starting at 54 percent , how reasonable could it really get? The Senate estimates the state would reap $110 million to $147 million next year, primarily from casinos paying for one-time online gambling licenses.
  • Senate Intelligence Committee issues two new Flynn subpoenas

    Senate Intelligence Committee issues two new Flynn subpoenas

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    American spies collected information last summer revealing that senior Russian intelligence and political officials were discussing how to exert influence over Donald J. Concerning Trump's alleged efforts to influence their public comments about the investigation, Coats and Rogers were sufficiently concerned that one of them wrote a memo about it, the former official told NBC News.
  • Iran's Rouhani says missile tests will continue 'if necessary'

    Iran's Rouhani says missile tests will continue 'if necessary'

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    Within hours of Trump's speech Rouhani's rivals were hitting at him hard, calling him responsible for Trump's attack, as well as for the diplomatic success of Saudi Arabia - Iran's regional archrival - in apparently uniting numerous Islamic nations against the Republic.
  • Expertos pronostican entre cinco y nueve huracanes

    Expertos pronostican entre cinco y nueve huracanes

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    Los factores que contribuyen a la predicción incluyen: un débil o no existente El Niño , temperaturas de la superficie del agua del mar cerca o por encima del promedio y una cortante vertical del viento promedio o menor al promedio, según Gerry Bell, especialista en pronósticos de huracanes en el Centro de Predicción del Clima en NOAA.
  • "Si es necesario que sea candidata, lo soy" — Cristina Kirchner

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    Incluso dijo estar dispuesta conversar con Florencio Randazzo . Aunque aclaró que su objetivo sería que haya una lista de "unidad" de todo el Frente para la Victoria en la Provincia. " El Sol del 25 viene asomando ", dice el afiche que alude a la fecha patria de mañana y también al día en que asumió Nestor Kirchner la presidencia en 2003.
  • Trump descubierto

    Trump descubierto "otra vez" tratando de tapar escándalo de RussiaGate

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    Desde febrero, el magnate republicano había solicitado a numerosos legisladores y funcionarios de inteligencia que contactaran a periodistas para decirles que no existían pruebas sobre los vínculos entre Rusia y su campaña electoral. El Post también revelaba que la investigación está adquiriendo un tono muy serio que Trump sólo ha contribuido a reforzar. Investigadores del Congreso han pedido copias de los memorandos y testimonios de Comey del propio ex jefe del FBI .
  • Trump mulling over Jerusalem embassy move: Tillerson

    Trump mulling over Jerusalem embassy move: Tillerson

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    One of Trump's top advisers, Jason Greenblatt, held wide-ranging talks with both Israelis and Palestinians during a visit in March. Israel angrily demanded an explanation from the White House, casting a cloud over the highly anticipated visit by the new president, which is being greeted with a mixture of excitement and nervousness by Israeli officials.
  • Egypt officials say Sinai militants kill 4 security forces

    Egypt officials say Sinai militants kill 4 security forces

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    Security and medical sources said on Thursday that three soldiers had been killed in a bombing of an armored vehicle by militants in Sinai. The gunmen were able to flee and the body was taken to a military hospital. Anti-government terror attacks in Egypt have killed hundreds of policemen and soldiers since the mid-2013 military removal of former Islamist President Mohamed Morsi in response to mass protests against his one-year rule and his currently-blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood group.
  • Philippines' Duterte mulls imposing martial law nationwide

    Philippines' Duterte mulls imposing martial law nationwide

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    The resident, when contacted by the Bernama News Channel via WhatsApp, said there were many military roadblocks and tight security checks along the roads to identify militants. The operation went wrong as the militants called in reinforcements and swept through the mostly Muslim city of 200,000 people. However he said the bodies of only two militants had been recovered and the other reported deaths could not be independently verified.
  • Philippines using helicopters to clear militants

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    Yesterday, he mooted the possibility of expanding his declaration "throughout the nation" to combat the rise of IS , a move which has raised fears of an increase in vigilante violence and state-sponsored human rights abuses, as witnessed repeatedly during his ongoing war on drugs.
  • Camioneros anuncian medidas ante

    Camioneros anuncian medidas ante "violencia extremista" en La Araucanía

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    En un comunicado de prensa, la CNTC indicó que además solicitarán una reunión con el ministro del Interior, Mario Fernández , para definir una acción conjunta que permita encontrar una solución real al problema. Nuestra patria, nuestro gremio y la Araucanía en particular merecen que asumamos responsabilidad en el marco del estado de derecho , agregaron. Asimismo, criticaron las medidas policiales como las cámaras de seguridad que inauguró hace algunos días el subsecretario Aleuy, las ...
  • Venezuela Protests, Clashes Continue After Man Set on Fire

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    CARACAS , Venezuela (AP) — Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is accusing protesters of setting fire to a government supporter, saying what he calls "Nazi-fascist" elements are taking root inside the opposition's ranks and contributing to a risky spiral of violence in the two-month anti-government protest movement.
  • Uno de los detenidos es hermano del terrorista suicida — En Manchester

    Uno de los detenidos es hermano del terrorista suicida — En Manchester

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    Cientos de soldados fueron asignados a vigilar el Palacio de Buckingham, el Parlamento y otros lugares cruciales. Dijo que las fuerzas de seguridad lo conocían "hasta cierto punto". Ariana Grande ya había salido del escenario y las luces en el Manchester Arena ─que puede albergar a 21 mil personal─ ya estaban encendidas. Las autoridades están examinando sus viajes a Libia, al tiempo que intentan aclarar los círculos en los que se movía y desbaratar cualquier posible nueva amenaza.
  • Randazzo criticó el tarifazo y la apertura de importaciones

    Randazzo criticó el tarifazo y la apertura de importaciones

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    El que tenía un trabajo informal, no lo tiene; el que tenía un laburo, tiene miedo de perderlo; los niveles salariales respecto a la inflación se han deteriorado". En medio de los tironeos en el justicialismo por la intención de Randazzo de definir las candidaturas en las primarias y la idea del kirchnerismo de evitar esa instancia y alinear a todo el partido detrás de la expresidenta Cristina Kirchner, el dirigente habló de una "oportunidad única" para el peronismo.
  • Manchester bombing police evacuate area in Wigan

    Manchester bombing police evacuate area in Wigan

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    Eyewitnesses described seeing a dozen police cars, police helicopters, bomb disposal vans and officers on the scene near Wigan Lane. Tom Piper, who lives on Springfield Street, said the whole street had been evacuated. But I never heard it. We made an arrest in Wigan yesterday in connection with the investigation into the horrific incident at Manchester Arena. Police say the discovery of potentially suspicious items had led them to bring in bomb disposal experts to make an assessment and ...
  • Manchester attack arrests 'significant,' important items found

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    British intelligence is concerned that the leaks - which Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham said were "arrogant" - could compromise the fast-moving investigation. "There was a sermon about anti-Daesh (IS) and he stood up and started calling the Imam - 'You are talking bollocks, '" Ramadan said. "And he gave a good stare, a threatening stare into the Imam's eyes.
  • Capturan a

    Capturan a "La Patrona" en El Salvador

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    De acuerdo con el reporte oficial de la Policía Nacional de El Salvador , "la búsqueda por parte de la PNC de El Salvador inició luego que se confirmara que, la ahora detenida, tiene familiares que residen en el país". "Nuestros equipos de policía y de inteligencia civil ya están en la frontera; adicionalmente va un refuerzo vía aérea". En su cuenta oficial Twitter, el presidente de Guatemala, Jimmy Morales, felicitó a las fuerzas de seguridad por la recaptura de la prófuga.
  • White House doesn't dispute Trump called Comey a 'nut job' to Russians

    White House doesn't dispute Trump called Comey a 'nut job' to Russians

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    On Tuesday, a report uncovered evidence that Trump asked Comey in February to end the FBI's probe of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, who resigned in February amid revelations that he misled senior White House officials about the nature of his conversations with Russia's ambassador.
  • Obama es recibido como estrella de rock en Berlín

    Obama es recibido como estrella de rock en Berlín

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    En un acto multitudinario ante la emblemática Puerta de Brandeburgo de Berlín durante el Congreso de la Iglesia Evangélica alemana, Obama reconoció que la globalización, la tecnología, la desigualdad y fenómenos como la crisis de los refugiados han generado "miedos" que hay que combatir.
  • Papa Francisco envía una carta a la activista argentina encarcelada Milagro Sala

    Papa Francisco envía una carta a la activista argentina encarcelada Milagro Sala

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    Esta expresión de Francisco ha generado múltiples interpretaciones, ya que se estima que en las próximas jornadas la Corte Suprema de Justicia de la Nación podría resolver los dos recursos extraordinarios que ha presentado la defensa de Sala para cuestionar la prisión preventiva dictada por la justicia jujeña y lograr así su libertad, mientras continúa la investigación en proceso por los delitos de los que se la acusa.
  • Isabel II visita a sobrevivientes de atentado en Manchester

    Isabel II visita a sobrevivientes de atentado en Manchester

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    La familia real publicó fotografías en las que aparece la reina en el hospital junto a los adolescentes Millie Robson y Evie Mills , de 15 y 14 años respectivamente, y con Amy Barlow , de 12 años, además de imágenes de la soberana saludando a varios trabajadores del centro.
  • US immigration agents eat, arrest 3 at Michigan restaurant

    US immigration agents eat, arrest 3 at Michigan restaurant

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    Some workers were arrested as they tried running away. Lelcaj said the kitchen workers taken into custody did have the correct documentation to work in the USA and at her restaurant, but they simply did not have their papers with them when the immigration raid took place.
  • Grassley may call on Mueller over documents request

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    Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats on Tuesday refused to address - but did not deny - reports that President Donald Trump asked him to push back against allegations the Trump campaign colluded with Russian Federation, while a former CIA chief testified he was aware of "interactions" between the campaign and Moscow.
  • 23 million fewer Americans insured under House GOP bill, says CBO

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    The Washington Post reports the Senate is unlikely to pass the AHCA as it stands and is working on its own bill. To avoid a filibuster, Senate Republicans plan to take the bill up under budget-reconciliation rules, which only require a majority vote , but it means the legislation can not increase the federal deficit within a 10-year window.
  • Kannapolis Memorial Day Parade and closing information

    Kannapolis Memorial Day Parade and closing information

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    The event steps off with the parade. A number of Memorial Day ceremonies are being held in North County in memory those who have died in service to the United States of America. Also on Monday, there will be services at the American Legion Post 120, 9 Broad St., Taneytown at 2 p.m. Hackensack American Legion Post 202, Legion Auxiliary and Sons of the American Legion will conduct their first service at Finnely Cemetery Sunday at 1 p.m.
  • Atentado en Manchester: Detienen al padre del autor de la masacre

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    El investigador no dio más detalles al respecto. Sigue investigándose si el hombre actuó solo o formaba parte de una red. Era el segundo de cuatro hijos de Samia Tabal y Ramadan al Abedi, contó el diario Telegraph. El Estado Islámico se adjudicó el ataque en Manchester , " Lo que viene va a ser más fuerte " advirtió y señaló que un "soldado del califato" colocó "varios paquetes bomba" en varias concentraciones de "cruzados" en la ciudad británica.
  • Trump Asked Intelligence Officials to Push Back on FBI Russia Probe

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    What it would take for Republican lawmakers to decide that Trump has committed obstruction of justice is another question . "I'm new to the job and only weeks in, but there are procedures that I'd be happy to get back to", Coats said. "There was a sufficient basis of information and intelligence that required further investigation by the bureau to determine whether U.S. persons were actively conspiring or colluding with Russian officials", Brennan told the panel.
  • Suspect in Times Square car crash that killed 1 is indicted

    Suspect in Times Square car crash that killed 1 is indicted

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    Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Judy Kim on Wednesday granted an adjournment requested by Richard Rojas' attorney, Enrico Demarco. He's due back in court July 13 to be arraigned on the indictment. Rojas, who served in the Navy, told the New York Post in a tearful jailhouse interview last week that he had unsuccessfully sought psychiatric care, and said he had no recollection of the incident.