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In every US state, students gathered to demand congressional action on gun control and school safety. "That this should be a gun-free world". "For far too long, these Black girls and women have been just numbers". The White House is applauding "the many courageous young Americans exercising their First Amendment rights" at gun control marches in Washington and in cities around the nation.
  • In Assam, minor dies after being gang-raped, set on fire

    In Assam, minor dies after being gang-raped, set on fire

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    The victim was admitted at Nagaon Civil Hospital in critical condition. Meanwhile, BJP MLA from Khumtai constituency of Assam, Mrinal Kumar Saikia while denouncing the ghastly incident of gang rape and murder of the minor girl, alleged before the media that, "It was one of the planned crime executed by Bangladeshi immigrant Muslims in the state who have become a major threat to the society here".
  • Nike, energy stock help Wall St steady, but chip stocks weigh

    Nike, energy stock help Wall St steady, but chip stocks weigh

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    The Dow Jones industrial average lost 424.69 points, or 1.8 per cent, to 23,533.20. The Dow was down 11.6 percent since its January 26 high and hit its lowest close since confirming a correction last month. " China does not want to fight a trade war, but it is absolutely not afraid of a trade war", it said. Banks also fell sharply. Weakness in the technology sector also weighed on markets.
  • Government Sends Notice to Cambridge Analytica Over Indian Users' Data

    Government Sends Notice to Cambridge Analytica Over Indian Users' Data

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    Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham is seeking access to records and data in the hands of the company amid claims that Facebook data may have been illegally acquired and used for political campaigns. "We will now need to assess and consider the evidence before deciding the next steps and coming to any conclusions". United States lawmakers on Friday asked Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg to come to Congress to explain to explain how the data got into Cambridge ...
  • Former Dolphins, Marlins Owner Wayne Huizenga Dies at Age 80

    Former Dolphins, Marlins Owner Wayne Huizenga Dies at Age 80

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    Billionaire H. Wayne Huizenga, the first man to own three top-level U.S. sports teams and to found three Fortune 500 companies including the nation's largest waste disposal firm, died Friday. For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online . The Florida Marlins , now known as the Miami Marlins, began their journey as an Major League Baseball franchise in 1993 after Huizenga secured the rights to an expansion franchise.
  • Man charged in connection to death of child on Schlitterbahn waterslide

    Man charged in connection to death of child on Schlitterbahn waterslide

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    An autopsy revealed the boy was decapitated when the raft that he and two women were on went airborne. This waterslide has been closed ever since Caleb died and it will not reopen. Schlitterbahn was prosecuted on one matter of disturbance with police, hiding proof, while Miles was arraigned on that particular cost as well as an added fee of disturbance with police, blocking main task.
  • USA files trade complaint against China over licensing practices

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    The United States hopes that the national security claim will make the steel and aluminium tariffs immune to a challenge at the WTO, but Zhang said they failed to pass the WTO test of being "essential" for national security. United States multi-nationals at a business gathering in Shanghai were warned by Stephen Roach, a Yale University economist, "to prepare for the worst" and make contingencies until calmer heads prevail.
  • Boston Celtics' Kyrie Irving out 3-6 weeks after knee procedure

    Boston Celtics' Kyrie Irving out 3-6 weeks after knee procedure

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    While removal of the wire should relieve irritation it was causing in Irving's patellar tendon, the fractured patella has fully healed and Irving's knee has been found to be completely structurally sound. Irving is averaging 24.4 points, 5.1 assists and 3.8 rebounds this season, his first in Boston. Lately, Marcus Smart and Jaylen Brown have been out with injuries.
  • Man stabs daughter to death on the eve of her wedding

    Man stabs daughter to death on the eve of her wedding

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    However, following an argument on Thursday, in a fit of rage he attacked her with a sharp weapon, police said. "We have no information on what happened afterwards and there were no complaints of threat to Athira", sub inspector Shinod K. Rajan, who was in inebriated state surrendered before the police at the murder spot with two knives. Brijesh, a military man, belongs to the SC category and this caused opposition from Rajan.
  • UK's data watchdog raids Cambridge Analytica offices

    UK's data watchdog raids Cambridge Analytica offices

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    Kaiser, who acted as a spokeswoman for Cambridge Analytica before and after the 2016 referendum, said she was ordered by the company to deny the firm was involved with the Brexit issue. "In my opinion, I was lying", she said. I do not know how many ways I can say this. "We need to take a look at the databases, we need to look at the servers and understand how data was processed or deleted by Cambridge Analytica ".
  • K'taka: JDS alleges electoral malpractice, boycotts RS polls

    K'taka: JDS alleges electoral malpractice, boycotts RS polls

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    The two Congress votes which were at the heart of the dispute were set aside. Polling was underway on Friday for four Rajya Sabha seats in Karnataka. L. Hanumanthaiah, Syed Naseer Hussain and G.C. Chandrasekhar of the Congress and Rajeev Chandrashekar of the BJP were declared elected by the Returning Officer.
  • Trump threatens to veto spending bill, raising government shutdown risk

    Trump threatens to veto spending bill, raising government shutdown risk

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    Ryan stressed that the funding bill included many victories for the president , especially on military spending. Two sources who declined to be named told CNBC that Trump planned to sign the bill for "national security reasons". Corker, who voted against the Omnibus Spending Bill, replied to Trump's tweet , essentially saying that Trump should veto the bill and he is down the street and will bring him a pen.
  • Policeman killed in explosion in Egypt's Alexandria

    Policeman killed in explosion in Egypt's Alexandria

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    The bomb, targeting security chief convoy in Rushdy district, was planted under a auto and went off when the convoy passed by it, according to a statement by the ministry of interior. "Egypt's government foreign press centre, the interior ministry, and President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's office, did not respond to requests for comment".
  • Trump Signs $1.3 Trillion Spending Bill, Vows He Won't 'Do It Again'

    Trump Signs $1.3 Trillion Spending Bill, Vows He Won't 'Do It Again'

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    But the alternative - which some White House aides reportedly said would have included shouldering much of the blame for another government shutdown - didn't appeal to the president either. A presidential veto would likely result in a government shutdown when most federal funding authority expires at midnight Friday. Spotted in the West Wing on Friday by CNN shortly after Trump's tweet, Marc Short, the White House legislative affairs director, struck an assured tone when asked if the ...