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Another round of storms, some of which could easily become severe, is possible along and south of I-80 yet again Wednesday evening. "We think the highest probabilities for severe storms in the Wichita area will be Wednesday aftn-evening", it replied to a question about the day of greatest concern.
  • Armenian opposition leader calls for more protests

    Armenian opposition leader calls for more protests

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin earlier this week spoke by phone with the interim head of government. The Kremlin elaborated on the contents of the conversation in a statement . Meanwhile, the former ruling coalition party that has seven seats in parliament, Dashnaktsutyun, announced that it was formally supporting Pashinian's candidacy in the May 1 parliamentary vote.
  • Gaza protests: Israeli soldiers kill four Palestinian protestors

    Gaza protests: Israeli soldiers kill four Palestinian protestors

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    Gaza's Health Ministry says a Palestinian has been killed by Israeli gunfire while trying to breach the Gaza border. Israel uses snipers positioned behind the border fence. Unarmed Palestinians are being used as human shields, a war crime. In some cases, people were shot while waving the Palestinian flag or running away from the fence.
  • GOP Rep. Patrick Meehan stepping down

    GOP Rep. Patrick Meehan stepping down

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    Meehan admitted to settling a former aide's sexual harassment complaint with taxpayer money. Meehan says in a resignation letter that his decision is in the best interest of constituents and will avoid the "rigors" and expense of an investigation by the House Ethics Committee.
  • Sessions declines to recuse himself from probe into Trump lawyer

    Sessions declines to recuse himself from probe into Trump lawyer

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    Trump's ire was further provoked more recently after the Federal Bureau of Investigation raided the office and home of his personal attorney, Michael Cohen . He then criticized as shocking several pardons issued during the Clinton administration. Following reports earlier this week that Sessions did not recuse himself in the Cohen case, Sessions would not comment on the matter when asked publicly for the first time, beyond saying he's sought advice from ethics officials, though not the ...
  • Draft Lottery-The Latest,497

    Draft Lottery-The Latest,497

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    We'll be watching to see what Peter Chiarelli does next in the upcoming weeks. "At 3, you're anxious about who is going at 2, but at 2, you certainly know who is probably going at 1, so you can really plan for who you really want to take if you keep the pick".
  • Thousands attend funeral after Houthi chief killed in Yemen

    Thousands attend funeral after Houthi chief killed in Yemen

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    Turki Al-Maliki announced that at 12:46 minutes of the noon of this day, the Coalition air defence forces monitored the launch of a ballistic missile by Iran-backed Houthi militias from inside Yemeni territories (North of Imran) towards the territories of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia .
  • Notion that Darvish doesn't compete is 'fabricated and false — Cubs' Maddon

    Notion that Darvish doesn't compete is 'fabricated and false — Cubs' Maddon

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    Davidson, who drove in three runs, has seven home runs this season - five against the Royals. Brewers first baseman Eric Thames had surgery on his left thumb, and Milwaukee said it expects him to return in six-to-eight weeks. But the Brewers loaded the bases against Steve Cishek in the seventh, and tied it on Christian Yelich's sacrifice fly off Brian Duensing. Jeremy Jeffress fanned Almora for the second out and got Javier Baez to bounce to Sogard, who allowed the ball to ...
  • Didn't Obstruct Police From Filing Chargesheet In Kathua Case: Jammu Bar Association

    Didn't Obstruct Police From Filing Chargesheet In Kathua Case: Jammu Bar Association

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    The Supreme Court on Thursday said its priority was to ensure fair and speedy trial in the rape-and-murder of an eight-year-old girl in Kathua and examine whether the trial needed to be transferred out of the town. "Let us not get into what the Bar Council says", The CJI observed. Read Also: Govt acts against rape, but make sons more responsible: Modi Since the sessions trials, according to procedures, the Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) has accepted the charge sheet.
  • The White House correspondents' dinner: What to expect

    The White House correspondents' dinner: What to expect

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    Sanders responded by saying, "Man, this is a tough crowd". "A large group of Hollywood actors and Washington media are consoling each other in a Washington ballroom right now", President Donald Trump said at a rally previous year. Jake Turx , a correspondent for the Orthodox Jewish weekly Ami Magazine , who was cut off and told to sit down by the president at a briefing previous year when he tried to ask a question about anti-Semitism, had a proud dad moment.
  • Senate Confirms CIA Chief Mike Pompeo to Be Secretary of State

    Senate Confirms CIA Chief Mike Pompeo to Be Secretary of State

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    President Donald Trump with hawkish world views. During his confirmation hearing at the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee, Pompeo rejected those accusations. Pompeo has also pledged to restore the State department's "swagger" in the wake of Tillerson's disastrous management of the building, and is already focused on filling the many vacancies.
  • Life support 'withdrawn' from ill toddler Alfie Evans after parents lose appeal

    Life support 'withdrawn' from ill toddler Alfie Evans after parents lose appeal

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    Mr Justice Hayden earlier dismissed a "last-ditch appeal" giving doctors the go-ahead to stop treatment. The judge heard submissions from lawyers representing hospital bosses, Alfie's parents and the youngster via a telephone link. As they ran towards the main doors a squad of police officers scrambled to block their way, forming a line to repel the intruders. The Alfie Evans' case will have a High Court hearing later today.