• United Kingdom information watchdog assessing evidence from raid on Cambridge Analytica offices
United Kingdom information watchdog assessing evidence from raid on Cambridge Analytica offices

Noting that "a quiz app built by a university researcher that leaked Facebook data of millions of people in 2014. was a breach of trust", Zuckerberg said, "I'm sorry we didn't do more at the time ", and wrote that the company was "taking steps to make sure this doesn't happen again ".

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  • Trump says South Korea trade deal being updated
Trump says South Korea trade deal being updated

The agreement means South Korea becomes the first USA ally to receive an indefinite exemption, albeit with quota, on steel tariffs imposed by Trump, a move that had fuelled concerns of a damaging global trade war. Korea will be the first nation the USA has excluded from the list. Last year, South Korea was the largest client for Chinese steel wit...

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  • Trump's Tariff Moves: What You Need to Know
Trump's Tariff Moves: What You Need to Know

According to the BBC , analysts say that if the United States tariffs are imposed it could result in higher consumer costs, while the Chinese tariffs on U.S. Trade Expansion Act, which allows safeguards based on "national security". "If they mark the start of an unravelling of the current rules-based architecture, the USA and global economy w...

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  • United States unafraid of trade war, will proceed with China tariffs: Treasury secretary
United States unafraid of trade war, will proceed with China tariffs: Treasury secretary

We're simultaneously having negotiations with the Chinese to see if we can reach an agreement. Mr Mnuchin repeated Mr Trump's assertion that "we are not afraid of the trade war" - but added he had had "very productive conversations with the (Chinese) vice premier".

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  • Saudi Arabia intercepts Houthis' missiles over Riyadh
Saudi Arabia intercepts Houthis' missiles over Riyadh

It said the death and injuries occurred in a residential house and were caused by falling debris. The barrage likely will spark new criticism of Iran's role in the conflict as well, as the Houthis identified some of the missiles fired as a type that the United Nations and the West say comes from Tehran.

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  • OPT: Palestinian child activist Ahed Tamimi sentenced to 8 months in prison
OPT: Palestinian child activist Ahed Tamimi sentenced to 8 months in prison

Her sentence would include time served and a fine of 5,000 shekels ($1,430, 1,166 euros), said Lasky, meaning she could be released in the summer. It also has generated criticism of Israel for prosecuting the teenager, and brought attention to Israel's system of military courts, which has a almost 100 percent conviction rate for Palestinians ...

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  • One person taken to hospital after house fire on south side
One person taken to hospital after house fire on south side

Firefighters ask families to check the placement of smoke detectors and make sure they are on all floors of a home, near stairwells, in basements and the garage. The man was treated on scene and transported to a nearby hospital for further evaluation. They are accused of breaking into a home in Launceston on Sunday and setting the bathroom on fir...

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  • Trump dismissed advisers' warnings against vetoing spending bill
Trump dismissed advisers' warnings against vetoing spending bill

NPR's Scott Detrow and Kelsey Snell contributed to this report . KELSEY SNELL, BYLINE: Hey, Ailsa. I say to Congress: I will NEVER sign another bill like this again. It provides funding for the hiring of more than 300 new Customs and Border Patrol agents. SNELL: Well, those were both part of the negotiations. Schumer said.

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  • Wet snow expected at higher terrain in the evening, overnight
Wet snow expected at higher terrain in the evening, overnight

We'll bottom out in the mid to upper 20s tomorrow morning, so refreezing of any wet roadways is likely, making for a slow, Palm Sunday commute. The high will reach 35 degrees. We've made it to the first weekend of spring and it certainly does NOT feel like spring for most of us. Chilly as well in locations in the high country, middle and up...

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  • Criminal with Rs 1 Lac Award Died during an Encounter in Noida
Criminal with Rs 1 Lac Award Died during an Encounter in Noida

While the Samajwadi Party led Opposition and social activists have termed the encounters taking place under the Yogi government as fake, the Chief Minister said in the Assembly that the encounters, which touched 48 on Sunday, will go on till the state is free of crime.

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  • Missing, Including 40 Children, After Shopping Center Fire in Russian Federation
Missing, Including 40 Children, After Shopping Center Fire in Russian Federation

Later, the death toll was confirmed by the Russian Investigative Committee. "Detailed reports about the incident were delivered By Emergencies Minister Vladimir Puchkov and Kemerovo region governor Aman Tuleyev", he said. "This shopping centre on several floors was packed with people mid-day Sunday". Firefighters have revealed they found 13 bod...

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  • The Most Powerful Moment At The 'March For Our Lives' Rally
The Most Powerful Moment At The 'March For Our Lives' Rally

Stoneman Douglas student survivorsThe students who were inside Marjory Stoneman Douglas on the day that 17 of their peers and teachers were gunned down have since emerged as some of the most visible voices for change. But the bill lacked any gun control measures. I am here to say "never again" for those girls, too. "I'm so happy that everyone i...

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  • Family of four on dream holiday to Mexico found dead in villa
Family of four on dream holiday to Mexico found dead in villa

Kevin Wayne Sharp, 41, Amy Marie Sharp, 38, and their children, Sterling Wayne Sharp, 12, and Adrianna Marie Sharp, 7, were on vacation in Mexico on March 15. Kevin Sharp was an avid stock auto racer known as "the Sharpshooter" in the local racing scene, and he often competed in events in his neighboring county, Cliff Baldwin, his friend and fe...

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  • Drogba believes Mourinho-Pogba relationship can be repaired
Drogba believes Mourinho-Pogba relationship can be repaired

United have been linked with a move for Bale for the past four transfer windows now, and may finally try and prise him away if they can convince Stellar Group that Mourinho's handling of the Shaw situation has been blown out of proportion. "I know I have experience and I'm completely ready for everything". France , the 2016 UEFA Euro finalists, ...

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  • Stormy Daniels says her porn career has helped her handle public scrutiny
Stormy Daniels says her porn career has helped her handle public scrutiny

He also previously released a picture of Daniels submitting to a polygraph test in 2011 about the affair and says she passed it. "It is the first and only television interview in which she speaks about the alleged relationship", CBS says.

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  • WB: One killed, four injured during Ram Navami procession
WB: One killed, four injured during Ram Navami procession

Meanwhile, on the last and ninth day of Navratri, Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar also extended his wishes. Restriction on movement of people in large numbers under Section 144 of CrPC was lifted in the town for five hours for Kalash Sobhayatra for Ram Navami on March 24 as well.

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  • UK High Court clears warrant to search Cambridge Analytica's London offices
UK High Court clears warrant to search Cambridge Analytica's London offices

Efforts by Britain's information watchdog to investigate Cambridge Analytica - the company at the centre of a storm over its use of Facebook data - were delayed on Thursday when a judge adjourned for 24 hours its application to search the company's head office.

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  • President Trump Signs $1.3 Trillion Spending Bill, But Is 'Unhappy' About It
President Trump Signs $1.3 Trillion Spending Bill, But Is 'Unhappy' About It

He called the signing a "ridiculous" situation. Lawmakers had just hours to read the almost 2,200-page bill released Wednesday night. "There are a lot of things I'm unhappy about in this bill", he said, vowing never to sign another such piece of legislation.

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  • Markets hit as China counters United States move
Markets hit as China counters United States move

The products include wine, nuts, fresh fruit like cherries and apples, and dried fruit. Thursday's tariff announcement is the first in a string of US trade restrictions aimed squarely at China and meant to curb alleged theft of USA technology.

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  • Senate passes $1.3 trillion spending bill to prevent government shutdown
Senate passes $1.3 trillion spending bill to prevent government shutdown

They fight President Trump every chance there is so they do not do what they were elected to do. "We in the military are humbled and grateful to the American people for their sacrifices on behalf of this funding", he said . But Trump's most conservative adherents took his threat seriously and were devastated he didn't follow through. Trump i...

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  • New India is Ambedkar's India: Modi
New India is Ambedkar's India: Modi

But, the picture of new India is altogether different. - Years ago, PM Modi said, Ambedkar spoke of India's industrialisation as a means to generate new jobs and push development. He said this year's Budget has taken a huge decision to help farmers to get proper price for their crops. "It has been decided that the MSP of notified crops will...

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  • Major explosion rocks Somalia's capital Mogadishu
Major explosion rocks Somalia's capital Mogadishu

The explosion occurred when a vehicle laden with explosives detonated at security checkpoint near heavily-fortified complex of Somalia's parliament headquarters. "There was a heavy blast here and the number of casualties we have is so far 14 killed and a number of others wounded", said Abdiazis Ali Ibrahim, a spokesman for the security ministry.

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  • Will introduce face authentication feature for Aadhaar users from July 1: UIDAI
Will introduce face authentication feature for Aadhaar users from July 1: UIDAI

Pandey, however, said no person shall be denied any benefit if there is any failure in authentication due to lack of updation of data and various circulars from authorities including from the Cabinet Secretary have been issued in this regard.

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  • Investigators respond to video neighbors say shows Austin bombing suspect's vehicle
Investigators respond to video neighbors say shows Austin bombing suspect's vehicle

The 23-year-old white, male bomber left packages on the porches of homes in historically African-American and Mexican-American neighborhoods in Austin, Texas . In all, five bombs detonated, not counting the one he turned on himself early Wednesday morning. How else does one explain that he chose to leave bombs on doorsteps or streets in residentia...

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  • Emma Gonzalez Roots Run Straight To The Caribbean
Emma Gonzalez Roots Run Straight To The Caribbean

On a sunny day in Tampa the mayor Bob Buckhorn stood on the stage in front of and got a huge ovation when he voiced his support for background checks and waiting periods ahead of gun purchases. "Seeing the impact that we had at the walkout, we got all those people and it's like an incredible feeling to be one of the first people to walk out of the ...

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