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Sen. President Donald Trump made a surprise appearance in the White House briefing room to announce that South Korea would be making a "major statement " about North Korea at 7 p.m. Researches have been failed since decades to accentuate the association of gun violence to the graphic depictions of violence being seen in different video games as well as movies.
  • Russian ex-spy still seriously ill - UK Home Secretary

    Russian ex-spy still seriously ill - UK Home Secretary

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    Both victims remain unconscious, in a critical but stable condition, while police officer Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey , who was also harmed by the substance, remains in a serious condition. Many British media reports and some politicians have suggested a probable link to the Russian government . Tom Tugendhat, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee, said all the evidence pointed to the nerve agent attack being ordered by the Kremlin.
  • 'The shots were close': 911 calls reveal moments of terror at Parkland

    'The shots were close': 911 calls reveal moments of terror at Parkland

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    Investigators and psychiatrists also have visited Cruz in his single-person cell in the jail's infirmary, where officers note his activities every 15 minutes. The bill isn't what numerous shooting's survivors, or the school's students, wanted - they said it doesn't go far enough. "I think that school safety is something we are all acutely aware of in the Jewish community anyway, and people feel that it's important we say that we name this and we say it with our Jewish voice as well as ...
  • Pentagon memo details plans for Trump's military parade

    Pentagon memo details plans for Trump's military parade

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    In addition to military equipment, the parade will include pageantry, with veterans dressed in period uniforms. Trump will view the event while surrounded by veterans and Medal of Honor recipients in the Capitol's reviewing area. Such parades in other countries are usually staged to celebrate victories in battle or showcase military might. However, it will play the host to "a heavy air component at the end of the parade, to include older aircraft as available".
  • European Union says talks 'the prime option' in United States tariffs row

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    Trump's announcement of duties of 25% on imported steel and 10% on aluminium has stung the European Union and triggered warnings of an all-out global trade war . The EU intends to hit a range of US goods with punitive tariffs in retaliation should the bloc face the USA import taxes. "Trade wars are bad and easy to lose", EU President Donald Tusk said on Wednesday, directly rebuffing Trump's assertion last week that they were "good and easy to win".
  • Drunk driver who killed Bryan man, baby headed to prison

    Drunk driver who killed Bryan man, baby headed to prison

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    The trial is continuous, yet since Elliott pled blameworthy before the jury, they have been told to return a liable decision on the two tallies of inebriation homicide and after that she will be condemned. "I got to hold him, I got to look at him", said Geurrero. She testified that she was working to get clean after police found drugs like meth, heroin, and a three-pound bag of marijuana in the home where she was living five months before the crash.
  • Maritime Security, Counter-terrorism High On Modi-macron Agenda

    Maritime Security, Counter-terrorism High On Modi-macron Agenda

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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday received French President Emmanuel Macron for in the national capital. He was received at the airport by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a special gesture. As per reports, both sides will continue to enhance and cooperate in the sectors of defence, maritime, space, security, and energy-related. On Sunday, Modi and Macron will co-chair the founding conference of the India-initiated International Solar Alliance (ISA), which was launched by Modi and ...
  • Florida Teacher Somehow Keeps Job After Saying THIS In Front Of Students!

    Florida Teacher Somehow Keeps Job After Saying THIS In Front Of Students!

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    She said the school board approved a 10-day suspension without pay, a letter of reprimand to be placed in his file, as well as a "mandatary referral to the Employee Assistance Program". "I've never gotten this many emails on a single subject", said school board member Scott Shine. Students also told authorities that Swinyar said he attended an African-American church and mocked the preacher in class.
  • After pension bill advances, teachers plan 'walk-in' protests

    After pension bill advances, teachers plan 'walk-in' protests

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    We believe we can do that through giving our teachers a voice, so that they feel like they are an important part of the policies that are set at the state, federal and local level. "The future doesn't look good, so we need to do something to correct the situation going forward". Michael Moore, who co-chairs the Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee, said the task before the Senate was to zero in on the powers law enforcement have to rescind the gun license of someone deemed to be a ...
  • Trump admin blocks Idaho plan to ditch Affordable Care Act

    Trump admin blocks Idaho plan to ditch Affordable Care Act

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    But in a letter to Idaho on Thursday, CMS Administrator Seema Verma drew a red line, saying the state can not move forward with its plan to defy the remaining provisions of the Affordable Care Act . Otter's spokesman, Jon Hanian, declined immediate comment because the governor's office was still reviewing the letter . Idaho officials announced last month that they would allow insurance plans to be sold in the state that don't comply with the health care law's regulations.
  • Jeff Flake Aims to Nullify Trump Tariffs

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    Jeff Flake said he was already working on legislation to nullify the tariffs. Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., and other lawmakers arrive for a vote in the Senate at the Capitol in Washington, Tuesday, March 6, 2018. Several Republican senators indicated earlier this week that they were willing to move forward with legislation to counter the president if he pressed forward with the financial penalties.
  • Best: Ireland Is Not Looking Beyond The Scotland Game

    Best: Ireland Is Not Looking Beyond The Scotland Game

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    They lost 45-12 the last time they met Ireland in Dublin, in 2016, but previous year at home gace evidence of their progress when only losing 22-15 to a last-minute score. "That came to the forefront against France, and against England as well in parts". These high-quality teams that we're coming up against are going to be clinical with any opportunity that they get, they put away.
  • Snowstorm pounds U.S. northeast, closes schools, snarls commutes

    Snowstorm pounds U.S. northeast, closes schools, snarls commutes

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    He added that about 17,000 residents are still without power from last week's storm. Almost 200 flights into and out of Boston Logan International airport were cancelled . "The lowest point in the street is where the drains are, so parking anywhere near those drains is kissing your vehicle goodbye", Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino said.
  • UDPATE: NRA disappointed in bill signed in Florida

    UDPATE: NRA disappointed in bill signed in Florida

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    Petty had to leave to catch a flight home before the vote occurred after eight emotional hours of debate. Flanked by family members of the Parkland shooting victims during the signing ceremony Friday, Scott affirmed that the "historic legislation" would help insure that "every student in Florida has the right to learn in a safe environment".
  • United Nations resident coordinator in Syria says shelling puts Ghouta convoy at risk

    United Nations resident coordinator in Syria says shelling puts Ghouta convoy at risk

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    But UN human rights chief Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein has said, in comments criticised by Syria's government, that the assault was "legally, and morally, unsustainable". More than 340,000 people have been killed since Syria's war started in 2011 with the brutal repression of anti-government protests. The Syrian government has opened what it calls safe routes out of the enclave, but no inhabitants are known to have left yet.