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Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said Sunday that he was not troubled by Jared Kushner's reported attempts to establish a back-channel with Russian Federation. A major shakeup could be coming to the White House in the not-too-distant future . - Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 28, 2017 Does anyone notice how the Montana Congressional race was such a big deal to Dems & Fake News until the Republican won? "It is my opinion that numerous leaks coming out of the White ...
  • Sean Spicer Can't Answer Whether Trump Believes In Man-Made Climate Change

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    It didn't go well. Following Sean Spicer's first White House Press Briefing since President Trump's return, Politico Reporter Daniel Lippman comments. "Friday, the president was having a great discussion at the G7, and someone from the BBC - and ultimately an incoming reporter for the New York Times - said he was being rude by disrespecting the Italian prime minister", Spicer said.
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    With a towel or some sort of cloth wrapped around his head, Basden says the man later identified as Turkish national Anil Uskanil was running full speed. police officer until the plane landed. They escorted the commercial plane to ground. The airliner left Los Angeles International Airport at 8:43 a.m.
  • 'America First':Trump pushes Montenegro PM aside; rebukes North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members

    'America First':Trump pushes Montenegro PM aside; rebukes North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members

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    The speech opened with a moment of silence for the Manchester attack and with an extended reflection on the danger posed by terrorists, who Trump called "losers", before pivoting to the question of defense funding. The uncertainty was heightened after Trump's appearance yesterday at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation gathering, where he was expected to underscore the U.S.'s support for the alliance and its Article 5 mutual defense agreement, despite his campaign rhetoric calling the ...
  • Tratará hoy de derribar un misil intercontinental sobre el Pacífico

    Tratará hoy de derribar un misil intercontinental sobre el Pacífico

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    El nuevo presidente surcoreano, Moon Jae-In, ordenó una reunión del consejo nacional de seguridad para abordar el disparo, indicó Yonhap. Sin embargo, las conversaciones se estancaron en 2008 después de que Estados Unidos y Corea del Norte no lograran ponerse de acuerdo sobre el proceso de verificación, además, Japón y Corea del Sur se negaron a cumplir sus compromisos de suministrar a los norcoreanos combustible para sus centrales eléctricas.
  • USA laptops-on-planes ban may extend to flights from ALL nations

    USA laptops-on-planes ban may extend to flights from ALL nations

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    The ban is imposed on all the electronic devices larger than a smartphone, like laptops, tablets, cameras, electronic games and DVD players. In remarks made to CNN this past Friday, Kelly confirmed that there have been discussions about extending the ban to include overseas flights departing from the United States.
  • Question on Saudi democracy gives State Department pause

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    Acting Assistant Secretary for Near Eastern Affairs Stuart Jones was the official tasked with answering questions . How do you characterize Saudi Arabia's commitment to democracy, and does the administration believe that democracy is a buffer or a barrier against extremism? Iran is a semi-democratic republic which just held free elections where a reform candidate seeking greater ties with the West just cleaned the clock of the conservative hardliner-but the Shia-majority nation is one of ...
  • Al Franken Pushes for Kushner Security Clearance Review

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    However, as some have pointed out , Kushner's reported suggestion that the channel be established using Russian facilities in the United States is abnormal. Such a back channel, if it was sought by Kushner , would be unprecedented, retired US Air Force General and former National Security Adviser director Michael Hayden told CNN .
  • 18 killed in Memorial Day weekend crashes on Georgia roads

    18 killed in Memorial Day weekend crashes on Georgia roads

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    During that period, Alabama State Troopers investigated four traffic fatalities, which is less than half of the 11 recorded previous year. In a statement, ALEA says this year's four traffic deaths were less than half of the 11 fatalities troopers investigated in 2016 for the same extended holiday.
  • Corea del Norte volvió a lanzar un misil

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    El presidente estadounidense Donald Trump ha alternado en sus declaraciones públicas belicosidad y adulación. El misil se trasladó hacia el este. En lo corrido del año Corea del Norte ha realizado decenas de lanzamientos de misiles y pruebas nucleares. Sin embargo, hasta ahora Washington ha optado por sanciones y presiones diplomáticas, mientras mira hacia China, el aliado más cercano de Corea del Norte , para que ejerza una presión económica sobre Pyongyang .
  • Charles Krauthammer: Middle East Peace Starts In Saudi Arabia

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    He was also spotted chatting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel before the session began. "He feels much more knowledgeable on the topic today", Cohn said as the first day of G7 meetings wrapped. But Trump, breaking with tradition, avoided getting pinned down by a question-and-answer format in which he would face questions either about investigations at home or the nuances of US foreign policy positions.
  • Democrats aim to keep focus on Trump's meeting with Russians

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    For the last several days, the 35-year-old's contacts and meetings with Russia's ambassador to the U.S., Sergey Kislyak , and a Russian banker during the Trump campaign's transition to the White House have come under the scrutiny of federal intelligence agencies.
  • Port officials increase public warnings after sea lion incident

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    Fujiwara claims people were feeding the sea lion breadcrumbs, something Steveston Harbour Authority GM Bob Baziuk warns against. "If you feed the animals like this, you're asking for trouble", he said . Michael Fujiwara , the man who shot the video, said that the girl and her family left shortly afterwords. They are not circus performers. At one point, the sea lion lunges within inches of the little girl's face.
  • Merkel, Modi push trade ties and climate action

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    Prime Minister Modi, while addressing the Indo-German Business Summit in Germany's capital city Berlin , said that India has already completed a sizeable portion of the reforms which are to be implemented in the country. He noted India's well-developed IT sector and said it was eager to move forward in cyber security development. Building on existing formats of cooperation, the leaders reiterated their support to the Indo-German Climate and Renewables Alliance as an overarching alliance ...
  • Men probing Ivanka Trump supplier in China arrested, missing

    Men probing Ivanka Trump supplier in China arrested, missing

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    The wife of Hua Haifeng says he was accused of illegal surveillance. Li Qiang told the AP he assumed the men were being held by either the factory or the police. A spokeswoman for the factory did not respond to questions Tuesday. Another key difference which you surely picked up on by now: China Labor Watch is investigating a brand owned by Daddy's little girl, Ivanka Trump.
  • Paro de Aduanas: Anfach sostiene "conversaciones informales" con el Gobierno

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    Indignados y molestos se encuentran los funcionarios del servicio Nacional de Aduanas adheridos a la Anfach, por las intrusiones del Ministerio del Interior a solicitud del director subrogante de aduana, quienes determinaron la llegada de personal administrativo aduanero, sumando contingentes de carabineros y policías de investigaciones en pasos fronterizos.
  • White House pushes back on Russian Federation allegations

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    Trump ". President Trump told the New York Times that he has "total confidence in him". Federal investigators and several congressional committees are looking into any connections between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign, including allegations that there may have been collaboration to help Mr Trump and harm his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton .
  • Transgender student wins appeal in final week of school

    Transgender student wins appeal in final week of school

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    The appeals court found Tuesday that the school district was likely violating Ash's rights as guaranteed in Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 , which prohibits discrimination based on sex, as well as the Fourteenth Amendment's Equal Protection Clause.
  • Minnesota officer charged in Castile shooting goes on trial

    Minnesota officer charged in Castile shooting goes on trial

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    The graphic video showing Castile's final moments after Jeronimo Yanez shot him made headlines almost a year ago, and led to calls for changes in policing. Paul, Minnesota. "Jurors are very reluctant to second-guess the split-second life-or-death decisions of an on-duty police officer involved in a violent street encounter with a citizen", Stinson said.
  • Trump's communications director set to leave White House - Trump adviser

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    He was viewed as a professional close to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and Reince Priebus , both familiar with the workings of Washington D.C. "The internal White House war room may be aided by an outside rapid response operation, staffed by Trump loyalists who have remained outside the administration".
  • Trump criticises Germany after Merkel questioned US reliability

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    On Tuesday morning PM received a guard of honor and ceremonial welcome there. The comments follow criticisms of the USA from both of Germany's ruling coalition parties, including directly from Chancellor Angela Merkel . Akbar. He said climate change and living in harmony with nature was part of India's ethos. The leaders had then had discussions that covered bilateral agenda.
  • Family honors hero killed in racist train attack

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    Get out if you don't like free speech". His next court appearance will be June 7. Authorities are trying to determine whether Christian will be charged with federal hate crimes . He also said the girls should kills themselves, according to reports. Another incident the day before? "Dear Pres Trump, Their names were Taliesin Myrddin Namkai-Meche + Ricky John Best".
  • Cleveland fires police officer who shot Tamir Rice in 2014

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    Timothy Loehmann , who killed Rice, was sacked because of inaccuracies on his application form, Cleveland Public Safety Director Michael McGrath said at a news conference . During a news conference today, Cleveland's Director of Public Safety Michael McGrath announced Loehmann has been fired-but not for his involvement in Rice's killing.
  • Merkel, minister stress U.S. ties after critical Trump tweet

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    This will change", he tweeted . "The times when we could completely rely on others are, to an extent, over", Merkel said at a beer hall rally to support her campaign. Soon after his arrival here on Monday on a two-day visit to Germany, Modi and Merkel held a private meeting in the latter's country resort of Schloss Meseberg, some 65 km from Berlin , in which a range of issues, including climate change and the fight against terror, figured.
  • Texas to allow recruit to enroll after plea deal

    Texas to allow recruit to enroll after plea deal

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    Leitao had originally been charged with felony possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute within 1,000 feet of a school. Athletic director Mike Perrin said Tuesday he met with Reese Leitao and his parents and gave the decision to let him play "considerable reflection".
  • Google offers incentives to developers for new Google Assistant actions

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    The contest which was declared at Google I/O and to compete contestants will have to develop really creative and useful apps. This is a smart way to get developers thinking about how they can apply their own apps to Google's growing Assistant platform, and with free entry, it could attract a lot of submissions and unearth some exciting new products.
  • Leaders Against Confederate Monuments 'Should be Lynched', Says Lawmaker

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    In a disturbing Facebook post on Saturday that has since been deleted, Republican Rep. Karl Oliver of MS compared Louisiana state leaders to Nazis and said that those in support of removing the offensive monuments "should be LYNCHED!" Four monuments were removed from the city over the last week after the city council voted for their removal, a highly contentious decision.
  • Trump Administration Considering Laptop Ban on All International Flights

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    The report has concerned many airlines that a ban on laptops in flights would lessen customer demand. The government official shot straight back with, "I might", before elaborating. On March 21, Washington announced a ban on carry-on laptops and other electronics larger than cellphone on direct flights to the United States from 10 airports in Turkey, the Middle East and North Africa.
  • White House Briefing Amid Reports Of Staff Changes, Russia Developments

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    Kelly said he did not know if the reports were true, but added that he supports attempts to foster communication with Russian Federation. The Monday Fox News report , which Trump retweeted on Tuesday, laid blame on the Russians rather than Jared Kushner , Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, for discussing the possibility of a communications back channel between the Trump administration and Moscow.
  • Germany Stands By Merkel's Stunning Remarks On Relations With US, UK

    Germany Stands By Merkel's Stunning Remarks On Relations With US, UK

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    During a press conference Tuesday with Canadian Premier Justin Trudeau, Gentiloni affirmed the importance of ties with the United States, but said: "We have fundamentally different goals which we can not renounce, such as climate". The German leader also said that Europe must be actively involved in solving the global issues such as the settlement of the Libyan conflict. " The short-sighted policies of the American government stand against the interests of the European Union ".
  • Zbigniew Brzezinski, former U.S. national security advisor, dead at 89

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    In December 1976, Mr. Carter offered Brzezinski the position of national security adviser. US President Jimmy Carter shakes hands with his national security adviser, Zbigniew Brzezinski, as he presents Brzezinski with the Medal of Freedom at a White House ceremony in Washington , DC, on January 17, 1981.
  • Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Italy's quake-devastated town of Amatrice

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Italy's quake-devastated town of Amatrice

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    The trade agreement, known as CETA, is now being considered by the Senate. Trudeau is in Italy to promote trade and cultural ties. The leaders gather every year to discuss main concerns, such as terrorism, climate change and Brexit. RCMP said there is no direct contact between Hurrell and Trudeau, and the investigation is ongoing. "First, by not falling prey to the Canadian temptation to overtly criticize the president (and) secondly, by not holding Canada up as some alternative model ...
  • Trump hits back at mounting German criticism with tweet

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    She also suggested in the wake of the Trump visit that Europe's relationship with Washington had shifted significantly and reiterated her position that "we in Europe have to take our fate into our own hands". She is also telling Macron that he will find a willing co-leader in building the European Union into a more effective player in global security and diplomacy.
  • Woods arrested, charged with DUI

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    TRT World's Lance Santos reports. "I fully cooperated with law enforcement, and I would like to personally thank the representatives of the Jupiter Police Department and the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office for their professionalism", he said.
  • France Vows 'Immediate Riposte' to Future Chemical Weapon Use in Syria

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    The two leaders met on Monday at the Palace of Versailles . PARIS • France's new President Emmanuel Macron said he was ready for his "moment of truth" with USA counterpart Donald Trump when they shook hands for the first time. "When I say things once, I don't usually repeat myself", he said. "Elections are the decisions of sovereign people". Putin said the talks should take place "in days or weeks".
  • "Pneumonia", "beautiful" most wrongly spelled words in the US

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    And previous year, Nihar was co-champion with Jairam Hathwar, a polished speller whose older brother shared the title with Ansun in 2014. For the past three years in a row, there has been more than one champion. But, she said, she doesn't quite know how the latter is spelled. "Participating in the South Asian Spelling Bee helps you prepare for spelling on stage and figuring out words you've never seen before", Siyona said.
  • Morena no se ha pronunciado sobre Venezuela: Martí Batres

    Morena no se ha pronunciado sobre Venezuela: Martí Batres

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    Dicho evento estuvo presidido por el académico y militante de Morena, Héctor Díaz-Planco. Este encuentro ocurrió en la Escuela de Formación Política del partido , la diplomática habló de las circunstancias que enfrenta el país que los tildó de " ataques contra Venezuela " por medio de los medios de comunicación.
  • President Donald Trump eyes White House overhaul, outside lawyers, PR team

    President Donald Trump eyes White House overhaul, outside lawyers, PR team

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    Not holding a press conference marked a breach of custom at a major global event where the United States president traditionally faces the press at the end, and often during the trip as well. So one is this administration not talking about our values, cozying up to authoritarian leaders. They returned to Washington a few days before it was over, departing from Rome.