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White House calls on Congress to act after Trump ends DACA

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Ann Coulter is showing no mercy to President Trump for "betraying voters on the wall" and "blaming Congress" for it. Instead the responsibility fell to Jeff Sessions . "It's not cold-hearted for the president to uphold the rule of law", she said. We are a nation of law and order. "It's the American people's ability to take those facts and decide where they want to come down on an issue". Read More »

Liberal group targets ND senators on day of Trump tax speech

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Trump's plan to cut it to 15% would tie the U.S. for the fourth lowest. What are the odds that we will see significant tax changes in the near future? President Donald Trump will make his latest push to reform the USA tax code in a speech on Wednesday in North Dakota, visiting the state with its Democratic Sen. Read More »

Michelle Obama Dresses as Beyonce in Birthday Tribute

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Obama and Beyonce have touted their close relationship over the years, speaking admiringly of their friendship and one another on several occasions. The now 36-year-old singer can be seen smiling and bopping along while the audience serenades her. Beyonce and Jay-Z recently welcomed their twins , and the "Lose My Breath" singer revealed on her Instagram that she was pregnant with twins. Read More »

N. Korea: Will Respond to Sanctions in its Own Way

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NATO said the threat posed by the North demanded a "unified response" from the worldwide community. The deliberate action of North Korea has indeed raised questions about the necessity of the UN Security Council Resolutions on prohibiting nuclear-proliferation. Read More »

Man accused in Edmonton murder has travelled to Victoria, police say

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Edmonton Police Service Police issued images of Gregory Christopher Tessman taken him taken earlier this week as part of their second-degree murder investigation. Bill Clark said. Maurice was found dead by police, after officers were called to a suite in the area of 144 Avenue and 88A Street on Thursday, August 31. Read More »

KHP helped 941 motorists over Labor Day holiday, worked 2 fatal crashes

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A man suffered moderate injuries in a auto crash on State Highway 40 around 5:30 a.m. Sunday, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. This Labor Day weekend had fewer deaths on Missouri roads than a year ago. Also over the Labor Day holiday 2016, troopers investigated 15 boating crashes involving 10 injuries; arrested 11 people for boating while intoxicated; and made 25 drug arrests on the state's rivers and lakes. Read More »

Netanyahu Tells Red Cross Chief: Hamas Holding Helpless Israelis in Gaza

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Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said: "We can not remake the mistake [made] in the Shalit deal", referring to the prisoner exchange deal Israel made with Hamas in 2011. The two met in Jerusalem on Wednesday during Maurer's visit to Israel and the Palestinian areas. The two men talked for an hour together with senior Hamas official Ghazi Hamad. Read More »

Merkel Says North Korea Solution Can Only Be 'Peaceful'

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It may lead to a planetary catastrophe and a colossal casualty rate. The President called on relevant parties to return to the negotiation table, reports Xinhua news agency. Last month, the regime's official Rodong Sinmun newspaper said the US would be "catapulted into an unimaginable sea of fire" if it imposed more sanctions or threatened military action. Read More »

Riot breaks out at Norton Correctional Facility

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Some 250 inmates were moved to the yard, where Arif says they started "raising hell", and then broke into a supply shed and took out rakes and shovels. The message said: "Due to the ongoing incident at Norton Prison, we strongly urge you to pull the keys and lock your vehicles and to lock your house". Read More »

Inslee statement on US Senate health care hearings

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The administration called the cuts necessary reductions for programs that have run their course and aren't efficient. "The president has been threatening to withhold these critical cost-sharing reduction payments so no one knows how to plan ahead". Read More »

Egypt tops World Cup qualifying group

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Uganda have never come this close in a World Cup qualifying campaign. Morocco also remain one of the " most likely to be at Russia" team's although they have settled for a 0-0 draw against Mali . Both Burkina Faso and Cape Verde would be World Cup first-timers if either of them qualifies. "I'm dreaming every day of going to the World Cup". Defender Murushid Juuko is optimistic that Uganda Cranes will continue to brighten their chances of making it to the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals in ... Read More »

Top Texas legislators tour NRG Center, promise relief and hope

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Mr Turner asked residents in the area to leave on Friday, and on Saturday he said those who had stayed behind were endangering themselves and the emergency services. Meanwhile, the Arkema plant in Crosby has exploded, sending dark, black smoke into the air. In a neighborhood in east Houston , streets were lined with 2.4-metre piles of soggy debris, including mattresses, carpets and other belongings ripped out of homes. Read More »

Trump rejects NKorea talks but key nations split on strategy

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For almost 70 years, the Korea-US alliance has stood strong. "So I wish to work together to have North Korea stop its provocations and find ways to fundamentally resolve the North Korean nuclear issue", Moon added. "Apparently, this is the level of political culture within a certain part of the US establishment". The transition, first agreed in 2007, has been repeatedly delayed by budgetary constraints and regional tensions. Read More »

Jasmine Block located in Grant County

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Specific charges will be determined by the Douglas County Attorney. They are now looking for more details about the rural area where Jasmine Block was taken before her escape and are looking for her shoes and trousers that were lost while she was swimming to find help. Read More »

Trump at lowest point yet, according to New Yorkers

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Overall, 59 percent of New Yorkers believe he's doing a poor job as president. When asked about making race relations better, 85 percent of NY voters gave Trump a negative grade, and 50 percent gave the president an "F" for his handling of the violence in Charlottesville. Read More »

Gauri Lankesh: A profile in limitless courage

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After nationwide protests and outrage over the brutal murder of activist and senior journalist Gauri Lankesh , 55, on Tuesday by unidentified assailants, the Karnataka Government has chose to constitute a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe the crime. Read More »

Australian LGBT groups challenge marriage vote

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The government found the $122 million by using laws to make an advance payment to the finance minister in circumstances where there is an urgent need for spending and the situation was unforeseen. The government argues it can authorise using the cash under laws that allow it to green-light "urgent" and "unforeseen" spending. Adding that she suffered " vile hate and abuse " since the postal survey was announced, Marlowe said: "Our ability to nurture and love and care for our children has ... Read More »

Tropical Depression 13 strengthens into Tropical Storm Katia

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It is moving toward the east near 2 miles per hour. It may take several days to determine what path the storm will take and how much rain or winds it will bring. the center of the tropical depression was located near latitude 22.4 North, longitude 96.7 West. A Hurricane Watch could be required for portions of the Mexican state of Veracruz later today. Read More »

United States apologizes for leaflets dropped in Afghanistan that offended Muslims

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Afghanistan's police detained a militant overnight in Bagram district of eastern Parwan province, which is located near foreign forces' base, the country's Interior Ministry said on Wednesday. Social media users condemned the disrespectful design on the leaflets. In the meantime, a USA military official Gen. James Linder in a statement said "The design of the leaflets mistakenly contained an image highly offensive to both Muslims and the religion of Islam ". Read More »

'Kim Jong-un must be eliminated to end provocations'

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Rodman said he was not trying to defend Kim and was "just an ambassador for sports". The International School of Berne, where Kim Jong Un went to school. However, his oldest brother Kim Jong Nam had been living overseas in exile in Macau for years, according to Reuters. Kim Jong-nam, the first son, was once viewed as an heir apparent, but he had been living in foreign countries for years after apparently falling out of favor with his father for attempting to enter Japan with a fake ... Read More »

Washington National Cathedral to remove windows honoring Confederate generals

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The Charlottesville, Virginia City Council has voted to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson from a park, NBC News reported . The windows in question were installed at the cathedral in 1953. One of the windows portrays Jackson kneeling and reading the Bible; another window depicts Lee on horseback at Chancellorsville . Read More »

Trump Agrees To Deal On Spending, Debt, Harvey Aid

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The top Democratic leaders met with Trump in the White House along with GOP Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. President Donald Trump bucked his own party Wednesday and sided with Democrats to support a deal that would ensure passage of disaster relief funding as well as raising the debt ceiling and continuing to fund the government into December. Read More »

SC Gov. Henry McMaster declares 'state of emergency' as Irma looms

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The US state of SC has been placed under a state of emergency due to Hurricane Irma, Governor Henry McMaster said in a press release on Wednesday. "Evacuation orders are given by the governor's office in Columbia", explains Hodge. Fortunately, people in SC have time. Have an emergency supplies kit prepared, to include at least: three days' drinking water (two quarts per person per day); non-perishable food; flashlight with extra batteries; portable battery-operated radio; first-aid kit; ... Read More »

Clinton slams Sanders in new book

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CNN was able to buy an early copy of " What Happened ", Clinton's firsthand account of her election loss to President Trump, which is scheduled to go on sale next week. That strategy, Clinton wrote , made her feel she was "in a straitjacket". "I don't know if that bothered Bernie or not", the excerpt continued. That leaked page ends with a scathing, "I am proud to be a Democrat, and I wish Bernie were, too". Read More »

'Catastrophic' Hurricane Irma Heading For Caribbean

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The hurricane center named Tropical Storm Katia earlier Wednesday and said it could strengthen and even become a hurricane before coming ashore on Mexico's Gulf Coast over the weekend. The most unsafe winds, usually nearest to the eye, were forecast to pass near the northern Virgin Islands and near or just north of Puerto Rico through Wednesday. Read More »

Alvaro Morata, Iago Aspas lead Spain to rout of Liechtenstein

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As if it needed a boost, Spain's goal difference is now +29. Isco was on target again as Spain cruised to victory. Omar Al Somah scored three minutes into injury time to grab a 2-2 draw and the point required to pip Uzbekistan to the play-off slot after the Uzbeks were held to a goalless draw by South Korea in Tashkent. Read More »

Kentucky trial could make state first in U.S. with no abortion clinic

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Meg Stern, left, and other escort volunteers line up outside the EMW Women's Surgical Center in Louisville, Kentucky, July 17, 2017. The clinic, which earlier this year filed suit to stop the state from revoking its license, wants to overturn the regulations it says are unnecessary and create an unconstitutional barrier to abortion. Read More »

Turnbull has 'constructive' call with Trump over North Korea

In a discussion described as "warm and constructive", the two leaders agreed the regime represents a grave threat to regional stability. It's understood the leaders agreed that now was the time for the worldwide community to exert maximum diplomatic and economic pressure, and that the can could not be kicked down the road. Read More »

At least 60 deaths attributed to Harvey, officials say

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As the mayor issues a mandatory evacuation for that area, Kenner residents do what they can. "We've got a lot of hard-working people, I'll tell you that". The school district assessed its own losses. Just two days earlier, the oil and gas refinery worker was hoisted out of rising floodwaters by a rescue helicopter, along with his wife and children. Read More »

Harvey aid will pass House without attaching to debt ceiling: Rep. McCarthy

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This makes a government shutdown at the end of September much less likely, and boosts the odds that House Speaker Paul Ryan's plan to pass a short-term "continuing resolution" to fund the government will move forward. Cornyn said Congress has no choice but to raise the debt ceiling now given the need for help in his home state, the escalating costs and the government's diminishing coffers. Read More »

Argentina World Cup qualifying struggles continue

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The top four terms will advance directly to football's showpiece event in Russian Federation next year while the fifth-ranked side will earn a playoff spot. "We have to ensure that the team wins". "We needed to win, because of the situation we are in, in the league standings, because we are now excluded from the qualification to the final phase of 2018 Russian Federation". Read More »