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As tensions mount between the U.S. and Russian Federation over a possible USA strike, the Kremlin said a crisis communications link with the United States meant to avoid an accidental clash over Syria was being used by both sides. President Donald Trump huddled with top national security advisors Thursday to weigh his military options in Syria, as Moscow warned against any move that risks triggering a conflict between Russian Federation and the United States.
  • Comey And McCabe Part Of 'Den Of Thieves And Lowlifes'

    Comey And McCabe Part Of 'Den Of Thieves And Lowlifes'

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    The mandate of the review included whether former FBI Director James Comey's public disclosures about the investigation were appropriate, and whether McCabe should have recused himself because of an alleged conflict of interest. Melissa Schwartz, McCabe's spokeswoman, wrote on Twitter that the timing of the document being handed over to Congress Friday was "fascinating", then added, "But no report transmission to Mr.
  • Four Palestinians dead in Gaza explosion: health ministry

    Four Palestinians dead in Gaza explosion: health ministry

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    Palestinians also sought to pull away barbed wire set up by Israeli forces to keep them away from the fence, an AFP journalist said. The protest began on March 30, and is expected to culminate on May 15. Gaza's Health Ministry said more than 1,300 Palestinians were wounded by live fire in the past two weeks. "An order to open live fire at unarmed protesters is manifestly unlawful", it said.
  • China's March trade weakens, surplus with United States at $15.4B

    China's March trade weakens, surplus with United States at $15.4B

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    While he did not directly mention US President Donald Trump's trade demands, Xi told an economic forum on the southern island of Hainan that Beijing "does not seek a trade surplus" and hopes to increase imports. The auto tariffs were the target of a Trump tweet Monday, saying China charges much higher levies than the United States, "Does that sound like free or fair trade".
  • Deputies: Jennifer Hart was drunk while driving SUV off cliff

    Deputies: Jennifer Hart was drunk while driving SUV off cliff

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    The family of four - two parents and two children - was traveling from Portland, Oregon, to their home in Santa Clarita, California, last week when they stopped communicating with relatives. The Eel River on the day the vehicle was lost. A highly effective storm two to 5 inches of rainfall fell in the spot. Farther south along the Mendocino County coast, authorities continue to look for members of the Hart family, missing since an SUV made a deadly and possibly intentional plunge off a ...
  • Spring storm could bring snow, freezing rain over weekend: Environment Canada

    Spring storm could bring snow, freezing rain over weekend: Environment Canada

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    Saturday morning, a freezing rain warning was in effect for the City of Toronto. 7 late April 14, with several centimetres of snow and ice pellets expected, Environment Canada said . Highways, roads, walkways, and parking lots will become icy, slippery, and extremely hazardous. It may exceed that in some locales. The risk is that ice accumulation combined with gusty northwest winds could down tree limbs and power lines causing widespread power outages, the weather agency warned.
  • Winner Of $533 Million Mega Millions Jackpot To Claim Prize

    Winner Of $533 Million Mega Millions Jackpot To Claim Prize

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    Wahl hit the winning numbers during the Friday, March 30 drawing on a ticket he bought at a gas station in Riverdale, N.J. Wahl, a production manager at a food-service company who only moved in July to New Jersey from MI with his family, said he would use a financial team to help decide how to dole the money out between his family, friends and others.
  • Kentucky lawmakers begin debate of tax veto

    Kentucky lawmakers begin debate of tax veto

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    Teachers got the blame, as Bevin said some single parents can not afford childcare and can not afford to take time off work to watch their children. The Kentucky Education Association, which organized Friday's rally, strongly opposes a bill to overhaul pensions that Gov.
  • ISRO successfully launches 'replacement' navigation satellite IRNSS-1I

    ISRO successfully launches 'replacement' navigation satellite IRNSS-1I

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    The first IRNSS satellite that had been launched was mired in technical difficulties when the atomic clocks, that were set in it, suddenly halted, which caused the satellite to fail. IRNSS-1I also carries Corner Cube Retro Reflectors for laser ranging. He said IRNSS-1I was successfully placed in the designated orbit. Weighing 321 tonnes, the PSLV-C41 will put the IRNSS-1I into orbit 19 minutes and 19 seconds after lift-off.
  • Israel comes to halt to remember Holocaust victims

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    The occasion marks 75 years since the Warsaw Ghetto uprising and will feature Game of Thrones actress Laura Pradelska, who has been recalling the stories of each of her four grandparents, who all survived the Holocaust. "We must ensure that the history of the Holocaust remains forever relevant and that no people suffer these tragedies ever again", the proclamation says.
  • There's a very disturbing pattern of silencing Donald Trump's accusers emerging

    There's a very disturbing pattern of silencing Donald Trump's accusers emerging

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    Radar Online , a sister publication of the National Enquirer , reported that the magazine had paid Dino Sajudin , who worked at one of Mr Trump's NY buildings, for the story but did not publish anything. Four longtime Enquirer staff members contradicted Howard's statement during interviews with the AP. Stories attacking Trump rivals or promoting Trump's campaign often bypassed the paper's normal fact-checking process, according to two people familiar with campaign-era copy.
  • James Comey Is Going on a Media Blitz. RNC Has a Plan

    James Comey Is Going on a Media Blitz. RNC Has a Plan

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    Trump later said the Russian Federation investigation was on his mind when he made a decision to fire Comey. It will be updated as Comey's book and interviews roll out, according to an RNC official. The digital ads will show several Democrats calling for Comey's resignation after he injected himself into the 2016 presidential race, including House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer and Rep.
  • Pennsylvania School District Arms Teachers With Mini-Bats

    Pennsylvania School District Arms Teachers With Mini-Bats

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    The school district, located just outside of Erie, has also implemented additional protections including extra security measures at the school entrances, according to the newspaper. "Responding to the results of a recent survey about having an armed presence in all schools, we are confident that we can better secure our schools", Hall said in the April 3 statement.
  • Controversial penalty sends Real through

    Controversial penalty sends Real through

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    The Spanish worldwide was suspended for his side's second-leg clash with Juventus having picked up a yellow card in the first leg, and with his side trailing 3-0 and headed for extra-time given that the scores were locked 3-3 on aggregate - the Real captain broke a UEFA rule as he left the stands and went to the side of the pitch for the closing moments of the match.
  • Haley, Mattis divided on evidence of Syria gas attack

    Haley, Mattis divided on evidence of Syria gas attack

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    Jeffrey also said that he thinks Mattis is anxious about losing focus on North Korea, which could result from an attack Syria . Asked whether the USA military was ready to conduct an attack in Syria if ordered, Mattis replied, "We stand ready to provide military options if they're appropriate, as the president determined".
  • Siria, l'operazione punizione è in fase avanzata: sarà guerra?

    Siria, l'operazione punizione è in fase avanzata: sarà guerra?

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    Alexander Zasypkine è il responsabile regionale della Russian Federation in Medio Oriente. A sua volta, il ministro degli Esteri russo, Sergej Lavrov, ha dichiarato che gli specialisti russi presenti a Douma non hanno non hanno trovato "alcuna traccia di cloro o di altre sostanze chimiche impiegate contro i civili".