• House sends $1.3 trillion spending bill to the Senate Thursday

    House sends $1.3 trillion spending bill to the Senate Thursday

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    The answer is yes", Mick Mulvaney , the director of the Office of Management and Budget, told reporters. "You have a 2,200-page bill. and you got 24 hours, maybe 36 - it's just, it's insane". But Paul said Thursday night that Senate leadership should reach out to him if they want to speed the process along. But the result has been unimaginable to many Republicans after campaigning on spending restraints and balanced budgets.
  • US Charges Nine Iranians With Massive Cyber-Campaign on Behalf of IRGC

    US Charges Nine Iranians With Massive Cyber-Campaign on Behalf of IRGC

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    Since taking office in January 2017, US President Donald Trump has adopted a tough stance against Iran and repeatedly denounced a landmark deal that Tehran reached with world powers to curb its nuclear programme. universities. Washington imposed new sanctions on 19 Russians and five groups, including Moscow's intelligence services, for meddling in the 2016 US election and other cyber attacks.
  • Virat Kohli to play county cricket in preparation for England series

    Virat Kohli to play county cricket in preparation for England series

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    Indian skipper Virat Kohli represent the nation in 66 test match and go on to score 5554 runs for his side. Prior to the start of this series, Surrey is scheduled to play three four-day matches between June 9 and 28 against Hampshire, Somerset and Yorkshire which Kohli is likely to make himself available for.
  • Voting for Rajya Sabha elections 2018 begins

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    Among other candidates who won Rajya Sabha elections from other states includes Congress' Kumar Ketkar from Maharashtra , BJP's Anil Baluni from Uttarakhand, BJP's Rajeev Chandrashekhar from Karnataka, Congress' Naseer Hussain from Karnataka and others.
  • Syrian refugees in Turkey start to return to Afrin

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    Turkey's state-run news agency says Turkish jets have attacked suspected Kurdish rebel camps across the border in northern Iraq, in an operation that reportedly "neutralized" nine militants. Turkish officials have said that Ankara and Washington had reached an "agreement" or "understanding" over the town and the USA has agreed to pull out Kurdish fighters, a claim dismissed by US officials.
  • Go home! Seoul shuts down computers on Friday night

    Go home! Seoul shuts down computers on Friday night

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    The South Korean government is set to start shutting down computers in parts of the country to stop people from working for too long, and potentially driving themselves insane in the process. every Friday. In the second phase, starting in April, the time limit for a shutdown will be reduced further to 7:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Friday.
  • Vehicle bomb attack in Afghan city kills at least 13

    Vehicle bomb attack in Afghan city kills at least 13

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    A German national was recently arrested with the Taliban in the southern province of Helmand, Afghan officials said. There was no immediate claim of responsibility. At least 29 people were killed in a suicide attack in Afghanistan's Kabul city on Wednesday, media reports said. Zawak said at least 14 people were killed and 45 were injured.
  • Missing Iowa Family Found Dead During Mexican Vacation

    Missing Iowa Family Found Dead During Mexican Vacation

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    UPDATE: 12:25 PM (Creston) - Four family members from Creston that were reported missing in Mexico have been found dead. "It's a very sad day for the Sharp family and the city of Creston as a whole". After the family didn't arrive as expected, relatives filed a missing persons report through the U.S. Embassy in Mexico. Cousin Jana Weland told CNN that the Sharps arrived in Tulum on March 15 and were due to return on Wednesday March 21.
  • Craigslist kills its personal ads after passage of sex trafficking bill

    Craigslist kills its personal ads after passage of sex trafficking bill

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    Craigslist wished the millions of spouses, couples and partners that have met through its personals happiness, adding that it hopes to bring the section back some day. Section 230 limits the legal liability of interactive computer service providers or users for content they publish that was created by others. "The legislation empowers federal, state, and local prosecutors to hold websites accountable for supporting the sale of sex trafficking victims ".
  • Defeated rebels begin leaving enclave near Syrian capital after deal with government

    Defeated rebels begin leaving enclave near Syrian capital after deal with government

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    Syrian army soldiers fired tracer bullets into the night air in celebration on Friday as the last groups of rebels in the town of Harasta boarded buses for opposition territory in the northwest along with family members. The government imposed a siege on the area shortly after rebels controlled it, but failed to recapture eastern Ghouta . The government-controlled Military Media Center says 1,500 rebels and 6,000 civilians will leave Harasta on Thursday.
  • Enjoy the dry weather, storms return Sunday

    Enjoy the dry weather, storms return Sunday

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    The good news is, the precipitation is done by tomorrow night , and we should be able to look at much better weather for Sunday . Clouds build back Friday afternoon after a sunny start. After a morning start closer to the low to mid-60s Saturday morning, Acadiana will see temperatures rising into the upper 70s to near 80 degrees accompanied by partly cloudy skies and gusty southerly winds.
  • US$60 billion in tariffs? Not exactly

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    The move prompted the biggest percentage plunges in Wall Street's three major stock indexes in six weeks on Thursday, with the Dow slumping over 700 points, as investors were agitated by the scale of US tariffs and possible impact on global trade .
  • Two more arrests in David Molloy murder investigation in Hemel Hempstead

    Two more arrests in David Molloy murder investigation in Hemel Hempstead

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    In the video, the three males walk down the stairs toward the victim and soon begin throwing punches. Shortly after 6:50 a.m. Wednesday, Guynes and another person were detained near Cardinal Drive and Spring Street, police said. We will investigate the case and charge them to court. A Canada-wide warrant for his arrest is still outstanding. Christine L. Bemis, 33, of Swanzey was arrested after being investigated for possible distribution of illegal drugs, specifically opiates, according ...