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Mexico Wall: Trump contradicts his chief of staff


Kelly also told caucus members that he had tempered Trump's negative view of DACA and that the president was committed to finding a solution to replace the program, which protects some 780,000 so-called "Dreamers". A lot of news came out of Bret Baier's interview with White House Chief-of-Staff John Kelly (which Fox News has now posted ). Some lawmakers who met with Kelly on Wednesday recounted his remarks. Read More »

NJ anti-abortion marchers turn out with Trump on their side

As of this year, Tennessee's abortion laws say those looking to receive an abortion have to go to a licensed medical doctor to ask for medical doctor and give consent while in her first trimester. I'm a sinner, every politician is a sinner, and when I'm voting for a politician, I'm not voting to endorse what they've done in their life or the sins that they've committed. Read More »

Private Investigators: Canadian Billionaire and Wife Murdered in Home


Private investigators also believe that Honey struggled with her killer or killers. Both were found with belts around their throats, tied to a railing adjacent to their basement pool on December 15, leading investigators to believe Barry Sherman killed his wife, hanged her on the railing and killed himself. Read More »

Around The World, Women's Marches Enter 2nd Day

Separate marches took place in other Bay Area cities such as Walnut Creek and San Jose and in Oakland where 40,000 to 50,000 people marched peacefully from Lake Merritt to Frank Ogawa Plaza, police said. The past year has proven to be a landmark year for women in the fight for gender equality. This new initiative will address voter registration and voter suppression head on. Read More »

Israeli Embassy Guard Won't Stand Trial for Killing Jordanian Terrorist


Jordan refused the return of the Israeli ambassador and her staff unless Israel provides an official guarantee that the guard will stand on trial, stating that the incident was a crime. On Sunday, Jordan's King Abdullah II held talks with U.S. Vice President Mike Pence in Amman, reiterating that East Jerusalem has to remain the capital of the Palestinian state. Read More »

CPI(M) central committee votes against alliance with Cong


According to a report in Livemint, Yechury offered to step down after he learned that his proposal to align with Congress to take on BJP didn't have majority support. The three-day central committee meeting was held in Kolkata . Party sources told DH that with a deadlock around the corner, the Polit Bureau had met late on Saturday night, where Yechury expressed his desire to step down as general secretary. Read More »

India's apex court clears release of Padmaavat, possible protests ahead


Supreme Court refused to entertain a plea filed by lawyer Manohar Lal Sharma in which he claims the certificate issued by CBFC to Padmaavat is illegal. On behalf of producers Viacom 18, Harish Salve and Mukul Rohatgi contended that once the Central Board of Film Certification had cleared a movie, states could not interfere with it. Read More »

McIlroy 1 shot behind leaders Fisher, Pieters in Abu Dhabi


Overnight joint leader, Belgium's Thomas Pieters (72), and England's Chris Paisley (69), victor of last week's South African Open, were tied fifth at 17-under 271. "It's incredible", said McIlroy of Fleetwood's surge. Fisher, who came close to winning two big tournaments late a year ago (Alfred Dunhill Links Championship and Italian Open) before finishing second, complimented Fleetwood on his strong finish. Read More »

Trump Says Dems Held the Military Hostage for 'Unchecked Illegal Immigration'


Trump rejected the deal through his Chief of Staff, John Kelly, who said the offer to fund a wall was not enough. Luis Bracamontes , a 37-year-old illegal alien from Mexico who allegedly shot and killed Detective Michael Davis and Deputy Sheriff Danny Oliver in October 2017, is featured in the ad, saying in the courtroom during his murder trial that he wished he "had killed more of the motherf*ckers". Read More »

Cuomo Vows to keep Statue of Liberty Open, despite shut down


In an unusual move, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, whose department oversees the parks service, said on Twitter that he had personally helped welcome visitors to the World War II memorial on the National Mall in Washington. More: The federal government has shut down. "They were shocked by this concept". Sunday was their first and last opportunity to visit the Statue of Liberty before the end of their visit. Read More »

Iraq to hang German woman for belonging to 'Islamic State'


She is believed to be the first European woman to be sentenced to death in Iraq in relation to IS. An Iraqi court found the unnamed woman guilty of " offering logistic support and helping the terrorist group to carry out criminal acts ". Iraqi forces detained a number of foreign women as they drove IS fighters from large swaths of territory they once controlled in northern and central Iraq. Read More »

US Supreme Court to hear Trump's travel ban 3.0 challenge in April


As president, he has rescinded protections for hundreds of thousands of immigrants who were brought into the country illegally as children, sought to ramp up deportations and pursued new measures restricting legal immigration. "We are confident the Supreme Court will ultimately uphold the president's lawful and necessary action to keep the American people safe and enforce these important security standards for entry into the United States", said Raj Shah, a White House spokesman. Read More »

Protesters march across the Brooklyn Bridge over Trump's remarks, policies


I am not a racist ", he proclaimed. Negative things were said about Haitians coming to the United States, the president was talking - and I think this is a tell, if you will, 'We need more people from Norway, ' he said. On Monday, two senators who said he did indeed use the disparaging remark stood by their account of what took place. Trump went on to ask why the U.S. Read More »

Siege at Kabul hotel caps a violent 24 hours in Afghanistan


Global Affairs Canada says Canadians were not among the at least 18 people who died in a Taliban siege of a hotel in Afghanistan over the weekend. Unofficial reports cited by Tolo TV, the country's most respected news channel, put the death toll as high as 43. The U.S. Embassy had issued a warning Thursday that "extremist groups may be planning an attack against hotels" in Kabul . Read More »

Turkish president voices hope for Afrin operation in Syria to end soon


But earlier this week, coalition officials announced they would help the YPG build a 30,000-strong "border security force", setting off alarm bells in Ankara. Turkish security forces retaliated, it said. The PYD, PKK, and YPG all look to the Kurdish Marxist-nationalist leader Abdullah Öcalan as their guide. Read More »

Donald Trump's First Formal Medical Exam as President Finds Him Almost Obese


The South Carolina Republican says White House chief of staff John Kelly is "a fine man, but he's part of the staff". Other than an appendectomy when he was 11, Trump has had no major surgery. Nielsen said the conversation was impassioned and the president was using tough language. "Now I don't know where that guy went, but I want him back". Read More »

President declares he is 'not a racist'


The individuals spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to describe the meeting publicly. The president was at the Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, Florida. Previously, Perdue and Republican Sen. Durbin spokesperson Ben Marter responded in kind, attacking Perdue's credibility in a tweet Sunday. "Ask anyone who's dealt with both". Read More »

Australian Open: Grigor Dimitrov beats Nick Kyrgios to reach quarter-finals


Nadal lifted to win the third, but Schwartzman didn't relent. Consecutive aces set Kyrgios up for a comfortable hold in the first game of the second set but he failed to ride on his momentum as the 17th seed missed out on a 0-30 lead in the fourth game, with Dimitrov handling his nerves well and serving an ace to remain on serve. Read More »

Euro at Risk From Sunday's German Coalition Vote


Four months later, Merkel is still trying to form a coalition government, making it hard for her to respond to Mr Macron's proposals for reform. Complicating matters, two of the biggest voting blocs, North Rhine-Westphalia and Hesse, are considering only voting for opening negotiations on the condition that Schulz push for more concessions on labor, health and migration policies with Merkel's conservatives, according to a report in the Sueddeutsche Zeitung newspaper. Read More »

White House: Trump backs House stopgap spending bill


Dr. Jackson says, hands down, no other president has ever offered as much information about his annual physical and mental health as President Trump . "His cardiac health is excellent". "But I would give him high marks for policies and programs that are stimulating the private sector, which, after all, pays the bills for the Democrats' extravagant welfare programs". Read More »

Russian Federation warns against failure of Iran nuke deal


Russian Federation will take every opportunity to drive wedges between the US and the Europeans over the Iranian nuclear deal". "This agreement can not be implemented if one of the participants unilaterally steps out of it", Lavrov told reporters at a press conference at U.N. Read More »

Turkish forces push into Syria as Kurds fight back


Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced on Saturday the military operation in Syria's Afrin has "actively" started. Russia's defense ministry said the main trigger for the escalation was provocative steps taken by the USA aimed at isolating areas with predominantly Kurdish populations. Read More »

S. Korea, US agree to stay unified against NK nukes


The unified team will compete as Korea and be represented by the Korean unification flag. American intelligence experts believe the new generation of ballistic missiles being developed by North Korea will provide Pyongyang with the ability to fire nuclear-armed weapons at the American mainland, while numerous missile tests were conducted close to the territorial waters of Japan , one of Washington's closest allies. Read More »

Prague hotel fire kills 2, dozens injured


Eight people were taken to hospital with serious injuries and three people had to be resuscitated. The Czech Fire Rescue Service said 40 people were evacuated after the blaze broke out on Saturday. A cause of the fire, which began at 5pm GMT, has not yet been established. Among the injured are two firefighters who fell while trying to breach the 152-bedroom hotel. Read More »

IOC says North Korea to have 22 athletes in 5 Olympic sports


South Korean officials have wanted to ensure that Ms. Hyon's artists keep political propaganda out of their performances in the South. Hyon's arrival came hours after the International Olympic Committee allowed 22 North Korean athletes to take part in the Olympics in exceptional entries given to the North. Read More »

Trump Postpones Weekend Mar-a-Lago Journey Amid Doable Authorities Shutdown


Eric and Lara Trump and McDaniel also spoke to about 100 local Republican activists in West Palm Beach on Saturday morning, urging them to work to preserve the GOP's imperiled majorities in the House and Senate. Brian Ballard, the Tallahassee lobbyist who was Florida finance chairman for Trump's 2016 campaign, came to Palm Beach for Saturday's event and said he understood the president's choice to remain in Washington. Read More »

Donald Trump aces mental aptitude test designed by an immigrant to Canada


That's according to his White House physician, navy doctor Ronny Jackson . Jackson said Trump has avoided some big heart risks - he's never smoked and isn't diabetic - and has no family history of heart problems. (Melania) Trump are both proponents of eating healthier and exercising". Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said a "written readout similar to those past" will be released following the Tuesday briefing. Read More »

Prominent Runners: RLJ Lodging Trust (RLJ), On Track Innovations Ltd. (OTIV)

It has underperformed by 14.08% the S&P500. Echo Street Capital Management Llc sold 459,758 shares as the company's stock declined 12.57% while stock markets rallied. Jefferies maintained Biogen Inc. They set an "equal weight" rating and a $24.00 target price for the company. The stock of Allison Transmission Holdings, Inc. Read More »

Africa Might Be a 'Shithole' but We Love It Here!


Trump's racially tinged comments with extending the phenomena. Just like at the Departments of Commerce and Education, and while the administration says it does want these critical leadership positions filled, they claim that some of those spots that sit vacant across the government are simply unnecessary. Read More »

Elderly man killed in Indian firing in PaK: FO


Angered over the rising violence, Pakistan's Foreign Ministry summoned Indian Deputy High Commissioner J.P. Singh and condemned what it called "unprovoked cease-fire violations" by India. In a statement, spokesman Mohammad Faisal said the violations have continued despite calls for restraint. The MEA stated that such deliberate actions were against all established humanitarian norms and practices. Read More »

'This is about equality': Activists take to the streets for Women's March

They attended last year's march and anticipated that the crowd this year would not match the 250,000 that attended last year, but for them the message is just as strong. In 2018, it is a testament to the power and resilience of women everywhere. Handsome weather all over our great country, a ideal day for all Women to March. Read More »