• UN Calls For Investigation Into Gaza Deaths

    UN Calls For Investigation Into Gaza Deaths

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    Protester Saeed Juniya erected a small tent a few hundred metres from the border fence east of Gaza City , where he was accompanied by his wife and children. The demonstration is expected to end at the same time Washington plans to open an embassy in Jerusalem, a move that has infuriated Palestinians who have claimed the eastern section of the city as the capital of their future state.
  • Disney Channel star Caroline Sunshine joins White House press team

    Disney Channel star Caroline Sunshine joins White House press team

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    Zendaya also appeared in the show Shake It Up . She didn't mention Donald Trump but instead quoted Dr. Seuss' The Lorax , "Unless someone like you cares a whole bad lot, nothing is going to get better". She made her acting breakthrough in the 2010 movie Marmaduke , alongside Owen Wilson and Emma Stone. In college, she was involved with the American Enterprise Institute and an active member of her school's Model United Nations team, ' Walters said.
  • 50s today, then a frigid Easter weekend

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    Highs will be in the mid to upper 60s and lows will be in the 40s. Maybe some of that slushy stuff, " McPike said about Sunday's forecast. Wind: N 5-15. Saturday: Sunny, with a high near 69. Chance of precipitation is 90 percent. The threat of heavy rain is over, but the light rain that's fallen all afternoon has continued this evening.
  • Ex-Catalan minister Clara Ponsati arrested in Scotland

    Ex-Catalan minister Clara Ponsati arrested in Scotland

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    Spain's pursuit of the professor of economics in this way has exposed divisions between the administrations in Edinburgh, which supports Catalan self-determination, and... "Clara views these charges as 'political persecution " and submits that her human rights and justice can not be guaranteed in the Spanish Courts. Mr Anwar said Professor Ponsati had been "truly humbled" by the support she had received in Scotland, where many independence supporters have taken a keen interest in events ...
  • Body found in shallow grave identified as missing Hollywood actress

    Body found in shallow grave identified as missing Hollywood actress

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    Police are treating the death as a homicide and believe the 25-year-old's boyfriend, Christopher Spotz , who killed himself last week after a stand-off with police, was involved, the BBC News reported . Shabani, originally from Macedonia , moved to Los Angeles to study acting two years ago, according to KABC. "A search of that area uncovered what is believed to be a shallow grave", Bringolf said.
  • Justice Department welcomes Orange County's support in 'sanctuary state' lawsuit

    Justice Department welcomes Orange County's support in 'sanctuary state' lawsuit

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    California laws that went into effect on January 1 restrain how federal agents go about detaining unauthorized immigrants for deportation in cities throughout the state. Sen. Kevin de León, D-Los Angeles, chastised Orange County leaders in a statement Tuesday: "This kind of obsessive immigrant bashing is embarrassing to the county and its residents, and seems created to court the approval of a racist President and his cronies".
  • 37 dead, 69 missing in Russian shopping center fire

    37 dead, 69 missing in Russian shopping center fire

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    At least 10 were hospitalized, and about 200 animals in a mall petting zoo died, officials said. Russia's Investigative Committee spoke of blocked exits and " serious violations " at the Winter Cherry mall. In a statement, Alexandre Eremeyev - an official with the local Russian emergency services ministry - said: "This shopping centre on several floors was packed with people midday Sunday".
  • Remington files for bankruptcy in midst of school shooting protests

    Remington files for bankruptcy in midst of school shooting protests

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    The company said operations "will not be disrupted by the restructuring process" and added that it plans to continue paying its vendors and employees while under bankruptcy protection . Remington's sales reportedly took a significant negative turn after the massacre and the company still faces a lawsuit filed by family members of the victims.
  • Cynthia Nixon takes campaign for NY governor to Albany

    Cynthia Nixon takes campaign for NY governor to Albany

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    Nixon went on to rip Cuomo for allying with the Independent Democratic Caucus (IDC), a coalition of Democratic state lawmakers that have given Republicans in the state Senate a majority by caucusing across party lines. "But we try, we try. We are not as without rhythm as some of our Jewish brothers and sisters", he said . Both candidates participated in Saturday's March For Our Lives in New York City, Nixon with her son and Cuomo with his daughter, Maria.
  • Oh snow! Spring takes break with another winter storm

    Oh snow! Spring takes break with another winter storm

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    As the storms approach the metro area and begin to form a line, wind will become the primary threat, but the risk for small hail does not go away. It is looking more likely that snow will impact all mountain passes, along with some off and on accumulating snow for valley locations west of the divide Friday night .
  • Israel's Netanyahu hospitalized with fever, cough

    Israel's Netanyahu hospitalized with fever, cough

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    The Prime Minister's personal physician, Dr. Zvi Berkowitz, said earlier on Tuesday that he does not believe that Netanyahu was been able to have the rest he required to recover from an illness he suffered two weeks ago, and that his symptoms had consequently exacerbated.