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Justice Breyer suggested that a comity analysis could be useful at the outset, where a magistrate judge might weigh foreign affairs implications of a warrant for foreign-held data. Plus, he urged the justices, the interests of law enforcement could not wait for Congress to pass a piece of legislation that likely would resolve the issue (that bill was only introduced in the Senate earlier this month).
  • Storms kill 4 people in Kentucky, Arkansas

    Storms kill 4 people in Kentucky, Arkansas

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    That man's name has not yet been released. In nearby Simpson County, deputies found Kenneth Boren, 69, of Franklin killed in his auto after floods washed away his vehicle. Louisville had major problems with road closures due to flooding, according to the city's and authorities' Facebook pages. At Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, a teenage girl was hit by falling debris at a college basketball game after an apparent lightning strike knocked a hole in the arena's roof Saturday ...
  • Ivanka Trump tours Winter Olympics draped in Team USA garb

    Ivanka Trump tours Winter Olympics draped in Team USA garb

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    PYEONGCHANG, South Korea-U.S. President Donald Trump's daughter toured the 2018 Winter Olympics on Saturday, the morning after telling South Korea's president that she would use her visit to the Pyeongchang Games to advocate maximum pressure on North Korea to halt its nuclear program.
  • New Yorker arrested in Japan after cops find severed head

    New Yorker arrested in Japan after cops find severed head

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    Last week, police arrested Bayraktar in connection with the disappearance of the woman, a resident of Sanda City, Hyogo Prefecture, who was last seen earlier this month. A friend recalled that she was preparing to meet in person a man she recently met online. The 26-year-old American tourist has been arrested on charges of "confining a woman".
  • Sweden ends Korea's Cinderella curling run with gold medal win

    Sweden ends Korea's Cinderella curling run with gold medal win

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    In Seoul on Friday night with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, Trump said she would use her visit to push for joint efforts by the US and South Korea to apply maximum pressure on North Korea , Moon's spokesman said. View of a fired North Korean missile. North Korea flatly denies any involvement in the torpedoing of the Cheonan, in which 46 seamen were killed.
  • Delta, United end discount programs for NRA members

    Delta, United end discount programs for NRA members

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    Since the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School , #boycottNRA has been trending on Twitter , and users and customers have demanded that companies pull out of their partnerships with NRA. In a speech Thursday, NRA chief called for beefing up security in American schools. Nevertheless, the group was defiant in the face of calls for greater gun control.
  • Democrats defend FBI, DOJ in rebuttal to GOP intel memo

    Democrats defend FBI, DOJ in rebuttal to GOP intel memo

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    Devin Nunes (D-Calif.), even though the Democratic response purports to rebut Republican claims that the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Justice Department relied on the disputed Steele dossier in an application to spy on a Trump campaign adviser.
  • Moving from women development to women-led development: Modi

    Moving from women development to women-led development: Modi

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    Governor Kiran Bedi , Chief Minister V Narayanasamy and his cabinet colleagues welcomed PM Modi at the airport. Stressing on the need to organise awareness campaign about safety, the Prime Minister said that thousands of people used to die due to heat wave few years ago but after the NDMA organised workshops on heat wave management, as part of a campaign to raise awareness among people, the death count in 2017 was dropped to around 220.
  • Gus Kenworthy Isn't Too Thrilled With Ivanka Trump's Sudden Olympic Presence

    Gus Kenworthy Isn't Too Thrilled With Ivanka Trump's Sudden Olympic Presence

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    The Olympics silver medalist skier issued a tweet on the Closing Ceremony, noting he was proud of his fellow competitors representing the U.S.at the games. 24, 2018, in Pyeongchang, South Korea. After the January announcement that Pence would lead the US delegation, Rippon told a USA Today reporter: "You mean Mike Pence , the same Mike Pence that funded gay conversion therapy?" In contrast to Kenworthy, Donald Trump was very excited about his daughter's Olympics trip, tweeting ...
  • Palestinian killed after Israeli navy opens fire

    Palestinian killed after Israeli navy opens fire

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    Wilyat Sinai also said in the release that dozens of Egyptian soldiers were killed and wounded in the attack and that the four armed men in the photos detonated their suicide vests after running out of ammunition. Upon their continued advancement, shots were fired towards the vessel. Fishing is one of the biggest industries in the Gaza Strip, a coastal enclave of nearly 2 million inhabitants.
  • Shrine, house of leader hit, two J&K cops killed

    Shrine, house of leader hit, two J&K cops killed

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    In both cases, militants decamped with the service rifle of the deceased. Earlier, a policeman guarding the Chrar-e-Sharief shrine in Budgam was sacked upon by militants. Qureshi, an executive member of Mirwaiz led Hurriyat had survived an assassination attempt in 2009. Director General of Police SP Vaid condoled the Constable's death in a tweet.
  • Russian mercenary boss 'spoke to Kremlin' before attacking U.S. allies in Syria

    Russian mercenary boss 'spoke to Kremlin' before attacking U.S. allies in Syria

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    To date, the Russian military has taken delivery on fewer than 12 of the prototype aircraft, which have already suffered repeated setbacks due to hardware issues and budget limitations. The combat plane was developed to overpower the F-22 Raptor stealth fighter planes of the US. The two mostly likely explanations for the arrival of the Su-57 in Syria are less tactical and more strategic (in a global posturing sense).
  • Korea controversial official enters South to join Olympics event

    Korea controversial official enters South to join Olympics event

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    The latest twist occurred during a meeting ahead of the Olympics closing ceremony on Sunday between Moon and chief North Korean delegate Kim Yong Chol, a vice chairman of the ruling Workers' Party's central committee. Trump sat front and centre, beside Moon's wife, while North Korea's Kim was seated a row behind, decked out in a long black jacket and furry hat. North Korea is willing to hold talks with the United States on a range of issues including Pyongyang's nuclear development ...
  • Powerful Quake Rocks Papua New Guinea

    Powerful Quake Rocks Papua New Guinea

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    No injuries or damages have been reported. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the quake hit about 89 kilometers (55 miles) southwest of Poregera. Caruso said there was no tsunami danger. Papua New Guinea lies on the Ring of Fire, a notoriously seismic zone across the northern, eastern and western boundaries of the Pacific ocean.
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    Police Respond to "Major Incident" in Leicester, England

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    Carlisle Street and part of Hinckley Road have been closed please avoid the area'. Emergency services were called on Sunday to reports of a blast in the Hinckley Road area in Leicester. A picture used by the Leicester Mercury newspaper showed a blaze and the rubble of a destroyed building which the newspaper said housed a convenience store and a flat above it.