• USA calls for more sanctions on Venezuela ahead of LatAm summit
USA calls for more sanctions on Venezuela ahead of LatAm summit

Close to a 100 delegates have, since April 8, given Cuba a voice and a face in Peru, where the 8th Summit of the Americas, and the Peoples' Summit are taking place, in addition to forums of youth, legislators, businesspeople, and civil society, prior to the high level hemispheric meeting.

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  • Trump called attorney Michael Cohen on Friday
Trump called attorney Michael Cohen on Friday

Cohen, Trump's longtime personal attorney, was the subject of widely publicized search warrants that were executed at his office, home, and Manhattan hotel room on April 9. Monday's raids infuriated Trump, who tweeted "Attorney-client privilege is dead! " on Tuesday. "It can not be discovered", he said. "The attorney-client privilege can't...

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  • Trump fundraiser resigns from RNC after $1.6 million payout report
Trump fundraiser resigns from RNC after $1.6 million payout report

A source confirmed to Mother Jones that Broidy, a money manager and owner of a defense contracting firm who was a major financial backer of Trump's campaign, called RNC Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel to resign the fundraising post shortly after the Wall Street Journal reported Broidy's payments to the woman.

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  • Arizona National Guard announces details of Operation Guardian Shield along border
Arizona National Guard announces details of Operation Guardian Shield along border

He said most of the Southwest border sectors will receive National Guard support. The problems in Ciudad Juarez are not where they were in the past when Presidents Bush and Obama deployed troops to help keep the peace, and there has been a decline in illegal immigration.

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  • Trump Announces Missile Strikes Against Syria
Trump Announces Missile Strikes Against Syria

Trump calls the two countries those " most responsible for supporting, equipping and financing the criminal Assad regime". Late yesterday, Syria's United Nations ambassador Bashar Jaafari said that two groups of experts from the OPCW will arrive in Syria today to investigate allegations of chemical weapons use.

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  • Russia's latest conspiracy theory: Syria chemical attack 'fabricated' by a foreign power
Russia's latest conspiracy theory: Syria chemical attack 'fabricated' by a foreign power

It has been unfulfilled because, again, Russian Federation has continually blocked the efforts. Speaking at the United Nations on Thursday, Russia's UN ambassador, Vassily Nebenzia, said the top priority had to be to avert a wider war, and he didn't rule out the possibility of a US-Russia conflict.

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  • Beaten pregnant woman, loses baby (2)
Beaten pregnant woman, loses baby (2)

Sophie Watch received a string of foul-mouthed texts from a pregnant woman called Abbie, who believed she was writing to a man called Aidan. On being interrogated, the accused reportedly told the police that he had duped another woman from CR Park here, and had also sexually assaulted her.

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  • Homeless Girl Scouts Aim To Sell 6000 Boxes Of Cookies In NYC
Homeless Girl Scouts Aim To Sell 6000 Boxes Of Cookies In NYC

The troop's goal is to sell 12,000 boxes of Thin Mints, Samoas, S'mores, and other coveted cookies by the end of the weekend. Founding members of the troop couldn't wait to sell their first cookies, and finally got to set up their stalls this year.

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  • SUV that fell in river belonged to missing family
SUV that fell in river belonged to missing family

This afternoon on "Cincinnati Edition", Vivian's Victory Founder and Executive Director Maria Dunlap and neonatal nurse Stephanie Sedam join us to discuss how Vivian's Victory assists the families of children with a poor prenatal diagnosis or a prolonged illness.

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  • President Trump promises Sen. Gardner he supports legal marijuana in Colorado
President Trump promises Sen. Gardner he supports legal marijuana in Colorado

Friday's decision stopped the blockade on the few who were left. Gardner called out both Sessions and Trump on the Senate floor shortly after Sessions announced his decision in January, evoking the president's past remarks on the campaign trail about states' rights while reminding the AG of their past discussions on the issue before the Senate ...

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  • Sexual assault on minor girls on the rise in Coimbatore district
Sexual assault on minor girls on the rise in Coimbatore district

After being blamed for the crime, she tried to change her major, study overseas, and even transfer colleges to get away from the environment that had been created after her assault. "Even if students don't choose to contribute to it, it's still something that you definitely notice, so it's just kind of a discussion starter, a talking point, somethi...

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  • Supreme Court to examine plea on CJI's power to allocate cases
Supreme Court to examine plea on CJI's power to allocate cases

Referring to the vacancies, he said the top court was reeling under pressure of work and working with a strength of 24 as against 31 and "the dignity, honour and respect of the institution was going down day by day" as the recommendations made by the court were not being taken to take their logical conclusion.

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  • GoI tells SC its verdict has diluted SC/ST Act, caused disharmony
GoI tells SC its verdict has diluted SC/ST Act, caused disharmony

It had said the only offences mentioned in the SC/ST Act were the subject matter of the judgement and other cognisable offences under IPC would not require inquiry before registration of FIR. The court had said that before an arrest of a public servant under the Act, an approval had to be sought from the appointing authority. Rights of innocent...

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  • Spy's daughter rejects Russian Embassy's offer to help
Spy's daughter rejects Russian Embassy's offer to help

The door handle and email claims were made in a letter from Sir Mark Sedwill, the UK's national security adviser, to the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation secretary general, Jens Stoltenberg . Among the techniques they had investigated for delivering nerve agents was applying them to door handles, he said. The embassy expressed surprise tha...

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  • Search for woman in murder investigation has extended to Florida
Search for woman in murder investigation has extended to Florida

The auto has been seen in Louisiana and Corpus Christi, Texas, since Hutchinson died. In a video press conference Friday afternoon, Undersheriff Carmine Marceno of the Lee County, Florida, Sheriff's Office said it is believed by investigators there that once Riess had shot and killed Hutchinson, Riess fled southwest Florida and traveled through the...

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  • Paul Ryan: Kevin McCarthy Is 'Right Person' to Be Next Speaker
Paul Ryan: Kevin McCarthy Is 'Right Person' to Be Next Speaker

Scalise, the third-highest ranking Republican in the chamber, has insisted that he would not challenge McCarthy despite speculation that he might want to replace Ryan. Neither McCarthy nor Scalise has announced he will run for speaker. But just because Scalise appeared to defer to McCarthy doesn't mean the race will play out that way.

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  • Russia Does Not Engage in Regime Changes Unlike US - Embassy
Russia Does Not Engage in Regime Changes Unlike US - Embassy

Throughout the hearing, he drew a sharp contrast with his ousted predecessor, Rex Tillerson. In Mike Pompeo's view, the president can do what he wants. Seen as a foreign policy hawk, he is opposed to the nuclear deal with Iran, negotiated by Trump's predecessor, Barack Obama. But on Thursday, he strove to emphasize that he would work to "fix" t...

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  • Ecuador's Moreno returns home after report says abducted journalists dead
Ecuador's Moreno returns home after report says abducted journalists dead

Reporter Javier Ortega , 32, photographer Paul Rivas , 45, and their driver Efrain Segarra , 60, were kidnapped on March 26 by rogue forces affiliated with Colombia's recently-disbanded FARC rebels. not hesitating to punish these violators of every human right", said Moreno , who was close to tears. Those operating in Colombia's southern ...

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  • CHP Finds Personal Items of Missing Valencia Family in NoCal River
CHP Finds Personal Items of Missing Valencia Family in NoCal River

The body of a young child has been discovered along a Northern Calfornia river by teams searching for a missing family whose SUV crashed into the rain-swollen waterway last week, authorities said Friday. Through their investigation they were able to determine that particular part belonged to a Honda Pilot, maroon in color. The CHP received report...

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  • US's United Nations ambassador says no decision yet on Syria
US's United Nations ambassador says no decision yet on Syria

She also noted that Russian Federation had agreed to guarantee the removal of Syria's chemical weapons , and had they followed through with that promise, "we would not be here today". Asked if the United States had proof of that, she said, "Yes". Ever since the recent chemical attack in Douma, the Russian government has written off the incide...

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  • Lawyer of fired FBI Deputy Dir. McCabe may file defamation suit vs
Lawyer of fired FBI Deputy Dir. McCabe may file defamation suit vs

The president has made a concerted and Twitter-driven effort to impugn McCabe as a partisan hack, accusing him of covering up unspecified "lies and corruption" at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and calling his firing a "great day for Democracy".

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  • What is Next Now that the Teacher Walkout is Over?
What is Next Now that the Teacher Walkout is Over?

Priest said that lawmakers refused to "cross the finish line". Many who returned Friday to the Capitol said they disagreed with a decision to end the walkout, saying their mission was not finished. On Thursday, at least four more teachers entered races. She said 77 percent of the union's members doubted any more funding would come if the strike c...

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  • Veteran Mexican drug lord added to FBI's most wanted list
Veteran Mexican drug lord added to FBI's most wanted list

In a letter days after Mr. Caro Quintero's release , nine previous D.E.A. administrators said it had driven "a spike in the heart of Mexican-American bilateral drug enforcement efforts". "He showed tremendous courage to pursue the most violent drug traffickers, and it is because of his courage and his selflessness that we're not going to stop loo...

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  • Tornado watch issued for Wyandotte County
Tornado watch issued for Wyandotte County

According to the NWS, Wisconsin averages 23 tornadoes annually. "This tornado watch is deemed a Potentially Dangerous Situation watch so folks are urged to have a plan for shelter and be aware of any warnings issued for their locations", a National Weather Service statement says.

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  • Baez's bat flip has Pirates flipping out, wanting respect
Baez's bat flip has Pirates flipping out, wanting respect

Javier Baez is going to be himself. Follow our Facebook page to get updates on your news feed! "When I get in the box, I'm just going to (focus on) me and the pitcher and forget about everything else". A crowd of 40,144 packed Wrigley on another chilly day - the gametime temperature was 43 degrees - but the fans had very little to cheer about af...

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