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A deal to fund the USA government through the end of September is expected to include less funding than initially proposed for building a new train tunnel under the Hudson River connecting New York City and New Jersey, two people briefed on the talks said.
  • Watch PSL Eliminator 2 - Karachi Kings v Peshawar Zalmi

    Watch PSL Eliminator 2 - Karachi Kings v Peshawar Zalmi

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    But Pakistan did host five limited-over matches against Zimbabwe in 2015. Pace spearhead Rahat Ali scalped 4 wickets for 16 runs. Zalmi are meanwhile pinning their hopes on in-form batsman Kamran Akmal - the top scorer of the PSL 2018 - to continue with his magnificent form after having recovered from his fitness problems.
  • Aadhaar is an enabler of citizen rights, govt tells Supreme Court

    Aadhaar is an enabler of citizen rights, govt tells Supreme Court

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    During the day-long arguments, senior advocate C U Singh raised the issue of child rights and said that the children are legally unable to give free consent, they can not enter into a contract and yet they are asked to go for Aadhaar. Attorney General KK Venugopal, the country's top law officer, held out an assurance that the government will not deny citizens the benefits they are entitled to if their 12-digit unique identity number authentication fails, so long as they have an alternative ID ...
  • California Police kill Unarmed Black Man in his own Backyard

    California Police kill Unarmed Black Man in his own Backyard

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    Two arriving officers chased him into the backyard of his grandparents' home, where he was staying. Police responded to reports of a man breaking into vehicles in the 7500 block of 29th Street just before 9:15 p.m. "He was at the wrong place at the wrong time in his own backyard?" "They didn't give him a chance to put his hands up or anything, and then when they shot him down, they knew they messed up", she said.
  • Charlotte Pence Purchases John Oliver's Marlon Bundo Parody Book

    Charlotte Pence Purchases John Oliver's Marlon Bundo Parody Book

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    In a twist of expert trolling, Oliver just revealed that his team's book not only beat the Pence family book on the charts, but has also sold 180,000 copies already-just days after its publication was announced. It's now the number one best-selling book on Amazon and the number one best-selling audiobook on Audible. An audiobook voiced by Jim Parsons, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Jeff Garlin, Elie Kemper, John Lithgow, Jack McBrayer and RuPaul has topped Audible's list of best sellers.
  • Former DHS Chief Says That 2016 Russia Sanctions Were Not Effective Enough

    Former DHS Chief Says That 2016 Russia Sanctions Were Not Effective Enough

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    Warner said it was "extremely troubling" that Trump did not bring up election security when he called Russian President Vladimir Putin this week and congratulated him on his election victory. So far, three states - Colorado, Rhode Island and Virginia - have passed legislation to require them. States can now have three election officials with security clearances to receive classified information, and DHS provides "one day read-ins" about threats for senior officials.
  • U.S. lawmakers seek to finalize spending bill as storm looms

    U.S. lawmakers seek to finalize spending bill as storm looms

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    Trump has privately threatened to veto the whole package if a $900 million payment is made on the Hudson River Gateway Project, a priority of top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer of NY. They would also create a $30 billion, three-year reinsurance program that states could use to help insurers afford to cover their most seriously ill, expensive consumers.
  • Pop Stars to Tour North Korea

    Pop Stars to Tour North Korea

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    Delegation leader Chung Eui-yong, South Korea's national security adviser, said Kim committed to denuclearization and expressed eagerness to meet Trump as soon as possible, an offer the USA president quickly accepted. announced Tuesday a plan to resume annual joint military exercises on April 1, with its main drill shortened by a month - in an apparent conciliatory gesture over an event that infuriates the North.
  • Maryland Teen Wounds Two Students in Latest School Shooting

    Maryland Teen Wounds Two Students in Latest School Shooting

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    Rollins then shot two people at close range, a male student and a female student, before he was confronted by the officer. "Great Mills is a wonderful school and somewhere I am proud to go". Two teenagers were shot and injured at a high school in Great Mills, Maryland, on Tuesday morning, allegedly by a classmate who may have had a prior relationship with one of them, authorities said.
  • Holocaust denier, anti-Semite wins Republican congressional race

    Holocaust denier, anti-Semite wins Republican congressional race

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    The former Minnesota senator added that the " GOP didn't invite Jones into the party, the only mistake was not running a candidate in an uncompetitive, safe-Democrat district". "This is a bigger problem than Arthur Jones ". " Arthur Jones , who proudly displays Holocaust denial, xenophobia, and racism on his blog and website, has a long history of hateful, extremist and anti-Semitic views", Lonnie Nasatir, the regional director of the Anti-Defamation League Chicago-Upper Midwest Region, ...
  • Saudi Crown Prince Arrives at White House to Meet with Trump

    Saudi Crown Prince Arrives at White House to Meet with Trump

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    He said, "As I said before, when it comes to the missiles and the planes and all of the military equipment, there's nobody that even comes close to us in terms of technology and the quality of the equipment". "Three billion dollars, 533... million dollars, 525... million dollars", Trump said as he pointed at the pictures. Saudi Arabia, a decades-long USA ally, felt neglected by president Barack Obama's pursuit of a 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, Riyadh's regional rival.
  • Buhari writes German Chancellor, Merkel on her re-election

    Buhari writes German Chancellor, Merkel on her re-election

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    This followed lengthy coalition negotiations after federal elections there last September. German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday congratulated Vladimir Putin on his re-election as Russia's president, while stressing the need for continued dialogue to address key "challenges".