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Low , who is gay and leads the Legislature's LGBT caucus, said the therapy is harmful and those who are defrauded by people advertising or selling the therapy should have legal recourse. "Talk therapy" has been a common rightwing talking point against conversion therapy bans - conservatives can say they oppose the more absurd forms of conversion therapy while still clinging to the idea that a therapist can make someone straight or cisgender.
  • Orlando weather: Breezy Friday to see mostly sunny skies

    Orlando weather: Breezy Friday to see mostly sunny skies

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    For boaters look for winds out of the E at 15 knots during the morning and then switching around to the SW at 10 kts. later that afternoon. Tonight: Cloudy with showers ending. Occasional light showers are expected throughout much of the day and will increase later in the afternoon. A few late day rain showers. The high pressure that brought us sunny skies today , will shift east, and winds will return out of the south helping moisture move back into the region.
  • Happy 92nd birthday to Her Majesty The Queen

    Happy 92nd birthday to Her Majesty The Queen

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    This is the queen's actual birthday today, which she traditionally celebrates privately with family, and the public celebration normally occurs in the middle of June. A 41-gun salute was staged in Hyde Park while other such salutes took place in other locations, as per tradition, the Daily Mail reported. The Queen has two birthdays.
  • Milind Soman and Ankita Konwar rubbish break-up reports with a picture

    Milind Soman and Ankita Konwar rubbish break-up reports with a picture

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    Now, a surprising news has come for the fans of Milind is that he is going to marry his long-time girlfriend, Ankita Konwar today in Alibaug.... Ankita looks like a flawless blushing bride and Milind looks dazzling as ever. Meanwhile, fitness junkie Milind Soman posted this from Alibaug. He was married to Mylene Jampanoi, a French actor from 2006-2009. Milind Soman and Ankita Konwar's affair has been hot topic of the discussion from the past few months owing to their age deference but ...
  • Putin said to seek Trump deal even after sanctions, airstrikes

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    The United Nations ambassador said Sunday that new sanctions would be coming Monday. Ms. Haley has been one of the senior officials in the Trump administration that has not drawn the President Trump's ire in public. "The policy was changed and she wasn't told about it, so she was in a box". The source familiar said Trump was irritated by the fact that the USA expelled 60, which was far more than France and Germany.
  • RCB vs DD | Bangalore wins toss; elects to bowl

    RCB vs DD | Bangalore wins toss; elects to bowl

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    Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Saturday. Both Delhi and Bangalore are occupying the last and second last spot in the current Indian Premier League standings. The case of Robin Uthappa is an example of such an occurrence, a player who started off with the Mumbai Indians, moved on to Royal Challengers Bangalore and then to Pune Warriors after he eventually settled at Eden Gardens as part of the Kolkata Knight Riders squad since 2014.
  • Karan Johar with 'Kalank'

    Karan Johar with 'Kalank'

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    Varun has also revealed that Kalank is a film that has been in the making for nearly 15 years! Ideated by Karan Johar and his late father Yash Johar 15 years ago, the film will now release on April 19, 2019. "@karanjohar @NGEMovies #DavidDhawan ♥️@Varun_dvn", she wrote. While Total Dhamaal will see her partnering her Beta (1992) co-star, Anil Kapoor , Kalank will see her reunite with Sanjay Dutt .
  • White house says Trump holds Syria, Russia responsible for chemical attack

    White house says Trump holds Syria, Russia responsible for chemical attack

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    But Trump notably also said there was "no reason for this", reiterated his hope for talks with Putin to halt a new arms race, and blamed his domestic political opponents for poisoning ties. Asked about possible US strikes on Syria, President Vladimir Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Thursday that "it's necessary to avoid any steps that may fuel tensions in Syria".
  • Comey memos air Trump's thoughts

    Comey memos air Trump's thoughts

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    Trump seized on the memos in a Twitter message posted late Thursday to repeat what has become a constant refrain, that there was "NO COLLUSION and NO OBSTRUCTION". He then blamed Flynn for a delay in returning a congratulatory call from an global leader, telling Comey he would be upset if he had to wait six days for a returned phone call.
  • Callon Petroleum Company (NYSE:CPE) Short Interest Decreased By 6.11%

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    Micron Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:MU) has risen 82.20% since April 21, 2017 and is uptrending. Jonathan Barrett increased its stake in Callon Pete Co Del ( CPE ) by 91.26% based on its latest 2017Q4 regulatory filing with the SEC. The company rating was initiated by Credit Suisse on Monday, December 11. As per Monday, September 25, the company rating was maintained by Northland Capital.
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    Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. ( NYSE : CLF ) presently has a 10 month price index of 1.17676. Shares of Cliffs Natural Resources Inc ( NYSE : CLF ) now have an Average Brokerage Recommendation of 2.43, number of Recs in ABR is 7 while industry rank of the company by ABR is 170 out of 265.
  • South African President leaves CHOGM to deal with protests

    South African President leaves CHOGM to deal with protests

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    An announcement from Ramaphosa's workplace notes clashes with police and requires calm and engagement "reasonably than violence and anarchy". The SAHRC said it was concerning that the rights to assemble, demonstrate, picket and petition was being exercised in a manner that was in itself a violation of Section 17 of the constitution, which required that the exercise of this right must be peaceful and not pose harm to persons or property.
  • North Korea says it has suspended nuclear, long-range missile tests

    North Korea says it has suspended nuclear, long-range missile tests

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    In other words, no plea-bargaining and " no surrender " will be issued to the people of North Korea . North Korea has conducted all six of its nuclear tests at Punggye-ri test site in the country's north-east. Abe's trip to Florida came after news of U.S. Secretary of State-designate Mike Pompeo's surprise meeting with Kim in Pyongyang. The reality is that global sanctions are biting and the North Korean population can not be fed with nukes.
  • Nicaragua protests: Ten killed in clashes over pensions

    Nicaragua protests: Ten killed in clashes over pensions

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    Two protesters and a policeman were killed in the capital, Managua, after demonstrations turned violent. "We are against these reforms, which means we're against this government taking from the pockets of Nicaraguans", said Juan Bautista.
  • SSC CHSL 2018 Answer keys released: Here's how to download

    SSC CHSL 2018 Answer keys released: Here's how to download

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    The challenge can be submitted online but candidates will have to make payment of Rs 100 per answer. SSC has postponed the CGL 2017 tier 3 exam, and a possible delay in this year's recruitment notification was expected. Under that search for the SSC CHSL Answer key 2018. 2018 official notification release. However in a recent update the Commission has rescheduled it to 5 May 2018.
  • Mumbai blasts convict Abu Salem's parole request to get married denied

    Mumbai blasts convict Abu Salem's parole request to get married denied

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    His letter was sent to the divisional commissioner of Konkan division on March 12. Salem sought parole to get married to Heena Kausar, a Mumbra resident. Meanwhile, Delhi's Patiala House Court deferred pronouncement of order to 28th April 2002 extortion case against Abu Salem. This came almost two weeks after the final arguments were presented before a Delhi Court in the aforementioned case against noted gangster Abu Salem.
  • Leaders approve Prince Charles to succeed Queen as Commonwealth head

    Leaders approve Prince Charles to succeed Queen as Commonwealth head

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    British Labour politician Jeremy Corbyn was vocal in his opinion that Prince Charles shouldn't automatically inherit the top job. The queen has led the Commonwealth throughout her 66-year reign, but the largely symbolic position is not hereditary, and some have suggested a non-royal head would project a more modern image.
  • Christie's official portrait to cost taxpayers $85K

    Christie's official portrait to cost taxpayers $85K

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    Considering his approval ratings leading up to his departure didn't even make it out of their teens, perhaps the former governor is springing extra for a graffiti-proof sealant. The report said Christie "had earned a reputation for having a taste for luxury when others paid the bill". Documents show Christie - who left office in January - has already put $37,500 toward the portrait and owes a remaining $47,500.
  • Germany's Merkel sets trip to visit Trump for April 27

    Germany's Merkel sets trip to visit Trump for April 27

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    Trump has set a May 12 deadline to either improve or scrap the accord, which was negotiated under his predecessor, Barack Obama. The letter continues: "But let us be clear: if the deal breaks down, it will well-nigh be impossible to assemble another grand coalition built around sanctions against Iran ".
  • Cops Find Alleged Stalker Asleep in Taylor Swift's Tribeca Apartment

    Cops Find Alleged Stalker Asleep in Taylor Swift's Tribeca Apartment

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    Swift was not on the property on the time. Police say that he had also showered there. The suspect reportedly gained entry after climbing a ladder and using his hand to break a window. iTunes charts. He then proceeded to take a shower and hunker down in a bed before police, who were called by a witness, took him into custody. Alvarado was arrested at the same address on February 13 on charges of breaking the front door with a shovel.
  • 'Very Good News & Big Progress!' Trump Welcomes Kim's Nuke Test Freeze Announcement

    'Very Good News & Big Progress!' Trump Welcomes Kim's Nuke Test Freeze Announcement

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    The leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un, announced a major U-turn by stating all missile and nuclear tests will be suspended. At the meeting, the North hinted at a new policy line to bolster its fragile economy, in an apparent shift in the focus in Kim's signature "byongjin" policy of seeking both nuclear and economic development, which was adopted at the WPK's meeting held in March 2013.
  • Inspectors not allowed into Douma: UK envoy

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    The OPCW inspectors are in Syria but have been unable to visit Douma. The attack, carried out in response to what the U.S. and its allies insisted was a chemical attack by the Syrian government, saw 105 cruise missiles being fired at targets in Damascus and Homs.
  • US Farm Bill Draft Defines Plant Biostimulants for First Time

    US Farm Bill Draft Defines Plant Biostimulants for First Time

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    Moore: The action by the House Ag Committee gives some extra boost to Chairman Roberts and Senator Stabenow as they put their version of the farm bill together. farmers", said David Beaudreau, Executive Director of the U.S. Biostimulant Coalition (USBC). Grassley says, "If we don't get something done by August the 1st, I think we're going to have an extension of the 2014 farm bill into 2019, so we'll still have a safety net for farmers".
  • Influential Analyst Rating Changes: Leidos Holdings, Inc. (LDOS), QuinStreet, Inc. (QNST)

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    The Legal & General Group Plc holds 744,155 shares with $67.41 million value, up from 730,628 last quarter. The stock increased 0.13% or $0.035 during the last trading session, reaching $27.655. Also, VP Thomas J. Perrotti sold 2,868 shares of the business's stock in a transaction that occurred on Friday, March 17th. On Tuesday, January 16 Black Maria also sold $213,820 worth of Automatic Data Processing, Inc .
  • 9/11 attacks' suspect Mohammad Haydar Zammar captured in Syria

    9/11 attacks' suspect Mohammad Haydar Zammar captured in Syria

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    According to reports in Germany, which cited Zammar's family, he was released past year as part of a prisoner exchange between rebel forces and the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Zammar was mentioned several times in the 9/11 Commission's report, which said he encouraged worshippers at a Hamburg mosque towards terrorism. A German gentleman suspected of recruiting a few of those 9/11 hijackers to alqaeda has been arrested by forces in Syria, the Pentagon said Thursday.
  • Governor Greitens indicted again

    Governor Greitens indicted again

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    Greitens served as the nonprofit's CEO for several years before resigning January 1, 2014. She testified that Greitens restrained, slapped, grabbed, shoved and threatened her during a series of sexual encounters that at times left her crying and afraid.
  • Jimmy pays tribute to Tina Fey

    Jimmy pays tribute to Tina Fey

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    Another said, " You taught me: don't let haters stop you from doing your "thang". Although Fey almost faceplanting deserves an honorable mention, the highlight of the clip occurs toward the end when Fallon reveals there's one more person who wants to deliver a heartfelt message.
  • Cabinet to discuss death penalty for rape of minors

    Cabinet to discuss death penalty for rape of minors

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    The maximum sentence is of life imprisonment for penetrative sexual assault and aggravated penetrative sexual assault. At present, the law provides for varying levels of punishment for each crime against children. This is a U-turn on the part of the government, as on the last date of hearing it expressed its objection to award the death penalty to child abusers, rapists and paedophiles, saying "death penalty is not an answer for everything".
  • Vox Cinemas to open 600 new screens in Saudi Arabia

    Vox Cinemas to open 600 new screens in Saudi Arabia

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    The waves of changes are sweeping across the Saudi Kingdom since a while now, the first ever Saudi fashion week kicked off last week and now the first ever cinema in over 35 years for Saudi Arab has been opened officially with a private screening of the blockbuster " Black Panther ".
  • Robert Mugabe called to Parliament to give evidence on diamond corruption

    Robert Mugabe called to Parliament to give evidence on diamond corruption

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    A Zimbabwe parliamentary committee has summoned former president Robert Mugabe to give evidence on May 9, on diamond corruption costing billions of dollars. Non-governmental organizations such as Global Witness have accused government and security agencies of both looting and human rights abuses. The committee has so far heard evidence from top mining executives, as well as former and serving security officials.
  • SunTrust says ex-worker may have stolen data on 1.5 million clients

    SunTrust says ex-worker may have stolen data on 1.5 million clients

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    The bank has not identified "significant fraudulent activity" on the accounts, Rogers said. A spokesperson told CNN that SunTrust found out about the stolen list in late February. The federal government argues that the Real ID Act will help ensure a more reliable standard of personal identification, but, as the Times notes, some states are still opposed to the federal standards, which would eventually lead to a national database containing information on travelers.
  • NK announces freeze on nuclear, missile tests, shutdown of nuke test site

    NK announces freeze on nuclear, missile tests, shutdown of nuke test site

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    Kim at the Friday party meeting spoke of the need to prioritize putting energy and resources into building the economy, according to the KCNA statement. The North Korean leader has placed greater emphasis on economic development alongside his nuclear goals since taking power in 2011, a shift that could make any offers of financial assistance from the US and its allies more appealing in negotiations.