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Everytown also said it will continue to help students participate in gun control activism, saying more than 200 events are planned over the next two weeks. In Washington , volunteers for the HeadCount voter-registration effort raised their fists and chanted "demonstration without registration leads to frustration" before heading out with clipboards to sign up some of the nation's newest voters.
  • US President reauthorizes GSP for Sri Lanka and others

    US President reauthorizes GSP for Sri Lanka and others

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    During the 12-month window, certain current Liberian DED beneficiaries may remain in the United States , but Liberians are now likely to face deportation after the expiration of their protected status. Rep. Erik Paulsen, who represents the state's 3rd District and numerous cities with high numbers of Liberians in Minnesota, called the move a reprieve and said it gives Congress an additional year to come up with a more permanent solution.
  • Deadline for fee-reduction program extended for child care providers

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    The British Columbia government introduced its child-care strategy in February's budget, including a $1-billion investment over the next three years. The Liberal proposal appears to be taking a page from the playbook of Andrea Horwath and the NDP who has promised universal dental coverage for every person in the province.
  • ICE Deports US Military Vet Who Served Two Tours In Afghanistan

    ICE Deports US Military Vet Who Served Two Tours In Afghanistan

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    U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), agents detain an immigrant on October 14, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. Perez was flown from Gary, Indiana, to Brownsville, Texas, where officers escorted him across the border and turned him over to Mexican authorities, ICE officials said.
  • Poland signs contract to buy US Patriot system

    Poland signs contract to buy US Patriot system

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin has said Moscow views the missile defense systems in eastern Europe as a "great danger". This month, Russian President Vladimir Putin unveiled an array of new nuclear weapons, saying they could hit nearly any point in the world and evade a US-built missile shield.
  • Mass Protest Calls For End to Anti-Semitism in UK Labour Party

    Mass Protest Calls For End to Anti-Semitism in UK Labour Party

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    The Board of Deputies of British Jews and the Jewish Leadership Council say Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party has shown a "repeated institutional failure" to address anti-Jewish prejudice. A Facebook page titled Newark Labour shared the Jewish Socialists' Group statement underneath a comment of: "The Jewish Labour Movement do not speak for all Jewish Labour Party members and the Board of Deputies do not speak for all Jewish people".
  • 'Roseanne' Revival Premiere Gets Easter Sunday Rerun On ABC

    'Roseanne' Revival Premiere Gets Easter Sunday Rerun On ABC

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    Roseanne Barr has frequently defended President Trump leading up to the show's relaunch and most recently did so on Jimmy Kimmel's show . The tweet has since been deleted, but it's unclear whether ABC made Barr delete her tweet, as the tweet below alleges, or if Barr elected to delete it herself.
  • Driver plows into people in San Francisco, critically wounding four

    Driver plows into people in San Francisco, critically wounding four

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    Authorities had not yet said officially whether the crash was intentional, though a witness said the driver got into an argument with a person on the sidewalk and others intervened, KNTV reported . It appeared to the witness the man was living out of his van, described as a white GMC with a partial license plate number 165. The suspect remains at large.
  • Supreme Court justices appear unsettled after gerrymandering case arguments

    Supreme Court justices appear unsettled after gerrymandering case arguments

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    The Republicans lead a campaign known as the "Red Map" or Redistricting Majority Project, which tried to get Republicans elected in state legislatures to redraw the congressional district lines. The Court need not answer the perennial "how much is too much" question, since the case's facts make indisputably clear the state's objective was to rig the 6th district to the advantage of Democrats, Justice Elena Kagan suggested.
  • VA secretary David Shulkin out, Trump tweets

    VA secretary David Shulkin out, Trump tweets

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    Trump says Robert Wilkie, an undersecretary at the Defense Department, will serve as acting VA secretary until Jackson is confirmed. Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin is being replaced, President Trump tweeted Wednesday, ending weeks of speculation and uncertainty about his fate.
  • Mother arrested in deaths of baby, toddler

    Mother arrested in deaths of baby, toddler

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    Acting Police Chief Christian Ensley said Tuesday that his officers responded to a report of a theft at the home where the 20-year-old mother Brittany Velasquez was living then and were concerned enough by what they saw to call state child protection officials.
  • Rajamouli invited for Pakistan film festival

    Rajamouli invited for Pakistan film festival

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    Since the relation between two countries are barely friendly not a lot of cross borders visits are encouraged especially by celebrities hence it remains to be seen if Rajamouli will accept the invite and reach to the festival. The film not only enjoys the status of being the highest grossing film in India but also was the second highest-grossing Indian film worldwide and the 57th highest-grossing film of 2017.
  • Assange loses internet access at embassy

    Assange loses internet access at embassy

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    The government said Assange had signed a written document in late 2017 where he pledged not to send messages that might affect Ecuador's worldwide relations. Assange, 46, has spent much of his time in his small room in the embassy tweeting and at times contributing to RT, a Russian state-owned television channel that broadcasts Kremlin messaging, as well as taking part in media conferences via video link.
  • John Worboys release decision overturned by High Court

    John Worboys release decision overturned by High Court

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    Worboys, 60, now goes by the name John Radford. Worboys was jailed indefinitely in 2009 with a minimum term of eight years after he was convicted for 19 offences - including rape, sexual assault and drugging - for attacks on 12 women. "I had no role in the decision of the panel in the case and believe I am capable of leading the Parole Board through the changes, many of which I have advocated, that will now be necessary".
  • Accused in Quebec City mosque shooting pleads guilty

    Accused in Quebec City mosque shooting pleads guilty

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    Labidi said, adding that the attack had deeply shaken Quebec's Muslims and highlighted growing fissures in Quebec society, including intensifying Islamophobia. Having determined that Bissonnette was fully aware of what he was doing, and what it would mean, judge Francois Huot accepted the guilty plea on Wednesday.