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Donald Trump with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and adviser/family member Jared Kushner at the White House on Tuesday. Currently, the Department of Defense's policy on transgender individuals serving the military, published on the DoD website , states: "Effective immediately, transgender Service members may serve openly, and they can no longer be discharged or otherwise separated from the military exclusively for being transgender individuals".
  • Ott finishes second at World Series of Poker

    Ott finishes second at World Series of Poker

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    It wasn't necessarily easy for Blumstein on Saturday night into Sunday morning, though. Still, the New Jersey native put the rest of the competition on the brink of bankruptcy Thursday in just the first day of the final table. The flamboyant caravan salesman's win is said to be the second biggest cash price ever by a British player . He was still in bad shape, but not necessarily on death's door.
  • Uncertainty in USA economic policy may hamper growth

    Uncertainty in USA economic policy may hamper growth

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    The IMF said global gross domestic product would grow 3.5% in 2017 and 3.6% in 2018, unchanged from estimates issued in April. China's growth projections have also been revised up following "a strong first quarter of 2017 and expectations of continued fiscal support", upgraded from 6.6% to 6.7% for 2017.
  • Parents Drop Appeal to Send Charlie Gard to US

    Parents Drop Appeal to Send Charlie Gard to US

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    The parents of terminally ill baby Charlie Gard , who attracted the support of Donald Trump and Pope Francis , have ended a legal challenge that sought to win permission to take him to the US for experimental treatment . "Our son is an absolute warrior and we will miss him terribly", Charlie's father Chris Gard said. "This has never been about "parents know best, '" he said".
  • One Jordanian killed, one Israeli wounded at Israeli embassy in Jordan

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    The site says one of the wounded was in critical and the other in an "unstable" condition. Israel's foreign ministry had no immediate comment. Security forces have sealed off the embassy with the Israeli authorities evacuating staff. There were no further details of the incident, although a heavier-than-usual Jordanian security presence was seen near the embassy in Rabiyeh, an affluent residential area of the Jordanian capital.
  • Despite job growth, Illinois' unemployment rate rises

    Despite job growth, Illinois' unemployment rate rises

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    The statewide jobless rate in June 2016 was also 5 percent. The biggest monthly job decline in Weld came in the service-providing and government sectors, which lost 1,000 and 1,400 jobs over the month, respectively. According to the survey of households, Weld's June rate is 2.5 percent, which is two percentage points higher than it was in May, when it was 2.3 percent.
  • CNN's Jake Tapper and Anthony Scaramucci trade barbs in heated interview

    CNN's Jake Tapper and Anthony Scaramucci trade barbs in heated interview

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    Scaramucci said he meant to review the intelligence community's evidence once he had his security clearance and pledged to give Trump his personal thoughts on the conclusions. Anthony Scaramucci may have spent much of Sunday making the rounds defending Donald Trump's agenda, but he felt very differently just a year ago.
  • Death toll in immigrant smuggling case hits 10

    Death toll in immigrant smuggling case hits 10

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    According to police, investigator checked surveillance video, and it showed cars approaching the truck picking up people from the trailer. The US Department of Homeland Security and immigration officials are assisting local law enforcement with the investigation.
  • U.S. withholds Pakistan reimbursement over Haqqani network: Pentagon

    U.S. withholds Pakistan reimbursement over Haqqani network: Pentagon

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    The funds being withheld is part of a Pentagon program called Coalition Support Fund, which aims to reimburse United States allies and partners for their counterterrorism operations, Xinhua news agency reported. Pakistan was allotted Dollars 900 million aid through the special fund by the United States. The administration of US President Donald Trump has stopped making military reimbursements to Pakistan over what it calls Islamabad's lack of action in addressing threats posed by terror ...
  • Teens allegedly make fun of disabled man as he drowns in pond

    Teens allegedly make fun of disabled man as he drowns in pond

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    This week, a friend of Dunn's family came across this disturbing video on social media and forwarded it to the Brevard County Sheriffs Department. "Unfortunately, there are no laws in Florida that apply to this scenario". Obviously it's a tragic incident and that there are people like that in this world.
  • United States airstrike kills 12 Afghan police officers

    United States airstrike kills 12 Afghan police officers

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    Omar Zwak, a Helmand province spokesman, said an airstrike targeting militants killed several security forces. Afghan's government has intensified a push to gain back territory in Helmand province from the Taliban with the support of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and the United States.
  • Sensex climbs 124 pts, Nifty above 9900

    Sensex climbs 124 pts, Nifty above 9900

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    The 30-scrip Sensitive Index ( Sensex ) of the BSE , which opened at 32,033.82 points, closed at 31,904.40 points - down 50.95 points, or 0.16 per cent, from the previous close at 31,955.35 points. That represents a range from a slight fall of 0.5 percent to a 1.5 percent increase over the three months to September 30. Information technology major Wipro's shares ended with a 6.5 per cent gain on BSE after the company announced a mega buyback offer of Rs 11,000 crore and posted a 1.2 per ...
  • United Nations chief express concern over Jerusalem violence

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    The Palestine Authority is freezing all contacts with Israel over the Jerusalem holy site dispute and the violence which broke out in the past days, president of the authority Mahmoud Abbas has announced. About 3,000 officers were deployed around the Old City, barring entry to Muslim men under the age of 50, except for area residents. "And police say they've blocked buses of Muslims coming to Jerusalem from around the country".
  • Coffee Recalled For Containing Hidden Ingredient Similar To Erectile Dysfunction Drug

    Coffee Recalled For Containing Hidden Ingredient Similar To Erectile Dysfunction Drug

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    Desmethyl carbodenafil may interact with nitrates found in some prescription drugs such as nitroglycerin and may lower blood pressure to unsafe levels, the FDA states. Customers with the product can return it by mail to the company, with the address of the company listed on the FDA recall notice . "Kopi Jantan" is a Malaysian phrase that roughly means "male coffee ".