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Sanders had been out for dinner with friends, the cheese course already on the table, when owner Stephanie Wilkinson took her aside and requested that she leave the restaurant in Lexington, Virginia. I bet a lot of them would prefer if people didn't harass other customers, regardless of whether those customers work for Trump . This incident has rankled both sides of the political divide, with those who support the restaurants decision claiming this goes back to the Supreme Court's recent ...
  • Sarah Sanders' Twitter Activity Could Violate White House Ethics

    Sarah Sanders' Twitter Activity Could Violate White House Ethics

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    Imagine this scenario for a moment: You own a restaurant called the Red Hen, you're minding your own business, and you wake up one day to a torrent of vicious online rants directed against your establishment-not because of something it did, but because it happens to share the same name of an unaffiliated restaurant embroiled in controversy.
  • #JusticeForJunior: A Group of Men Fatally Stabbed Bronx Teen With Machete

    #JusticeForJunior: A Group of Men Fatally Stabbed Bronx Teen With Machete

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    Authorities said the teenager, a pupil at the Dr Richard Izquierdo Health and Science Charter School, was stabbed multiple times and was left with a huge gash in his neck. Video of Lesandro Guzman-Feliz being murdered can be found in the story here, but be warned that the video is graphic and could be disturbing to more sensitive viewers.
  • Lesandro Guzman-Feliz Death

    Lesandro Guzman-Feliz Death

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    Police have released new surveillance video showing at least six people were involved in the attack, and shows the assailants fleeing in a white vehicle. The teen then ran to the local hospital where he collapsed on the sidewalk after asking on-site officers for some water. While police continue to search for the five unidentified men responsible for his murder, Junior's family say they've received Facebook messages from men affiliated with the Trinitarios Dominican gang who admitted the teen ...
  • White House says it knows locations of all migrant children in custody

    White House says it knows locations of all migrant children in custody

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    Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and Trump spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders left restaurants in the Washington, D.C., area after facing friction there. MCALLEN, Texas After touring a border processing facility today, Democratic lawmakers said they weren't convinced the Trump administration had any real plan to reunite immigrant children separated from their parents by USA border authorities.
  • Trump migrant policy: President orders MASS DEPORTATIONS immediately

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    Last week, the president found himself on the defensive over his hard-line immigration stance, signing an executive order Wednesday reversing his family separation policy that instead seeks to detain children with their families. "We need people to come in but they need to love this country to help make America great again". The US Constitution's Fifth Amendment guarantees the right to "due process of law" in criminal proceedings.
  • GOP House rep: Trump 'still 100 percent' behind immigration bill

    GOP House rep: Trump 'still 100 percent' behind immigration bill

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    President Donald Trump told Republicans he supported both House Republican immigration bills. Republican leaders in the US House of Representatives delayed for a second time - likely to next week - a vote on an immigration bill they had originally planned to take up on Thursday.
  • Erdoğan Declares Victory in Election That Could Consolidate His Power

    Erdoğan Declares Victory in Election That Could Consolidate His Power

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    Tezcan cited results he said came from the Supreme Election Council, which showed only 39 percent of ballots had been counted, and that Erdoğan had won 51.7 percent of the vote thus far. Turkey is gearing up for early presidential and parliamentary elections. Sunday´s vote ushers in a powerful new executive presidency long sought by Erdogan and backed by a small majority of Turks in a 2017 referendum.
  • U.S. reunites 522 children removed under 'zero-tolerance' with families

    U.S. reunites 522 children removed under 'zero-tolerance' with families

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    She wrote a letter to administration officials on Friday. Meanwhile, some parents remain in detention facilities or have been deported back to their home countries without their children. Information will be collected and sent to HHS funded facility where minor is located. She says she doesn't know how many parents she has connected with so far.
  • Ugly dogs return for annual USA contest

    Ugly dogs return for annual USA contest

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    Zsa Zsa was crowned at the World's Ugliest Dog competition , an annual event at the Sonoma-Marin Fair in Petaluma , Calif. That prediction proved true as Zsa Zsa took home the crown along with the $1,500 winner's prize for her owner, Megan Brainard of Anoka, Minnesota.
  • Melania Trump's office defends 'don't care' jacket

    Melania Trump's office defends 'don't care' jacket

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    Lingua Franca, a fair trade and sustainable luxury cashmere line, also created a sweater in response to Melania Trump's jacket . Wildfang on Friday announced a series of products - including T-shirts, hoodies and jackets - sporting the opposite message, with proceeds from its sales benefiting the non-profit Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services .
  • Trump berates Democrats as he begs for their votes on immigration bill

    Trump berates Democrats as he begs for their votes on immigration bill

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    The delay is also caused by confusion over changes to the bill. Another retiring lawmaker, Republican Congressman Mark Sanford of SC, a frequent Trump critic who recently lost his primary election, said Trump's reversal sends "a horrifically chilling signal" that "makes immigration reform that much more unlikely".
  • Iran lists demands for improving relations with US

    Iran lists demands for improving relations with US

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    Under the JCPOA , Iran undertook to put limits on its nuclear program in exchange for the removal of nuclear-related sanctions imposed against Tehran. He also promised to re-impose economic sanctions on Iran. Not long after Pompeo issued the U.S.' list of demands, Zariff took to Twitter to lambaste the White House's foreign policy, tweeting, "U.S.
  • Trump calls to deny illegals due process

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    Trump did not differentiate between people who entered the United States to seek asylum and illegal immigrants. He said , "When somebody comes in, we must immediately, with no Judges or Court Cases, bring them back from where they came".
  • Woman dubbed 'Permit Patty' calls cops on girl selling water

    Woman dubbed 'Permit Patty' calls cops on girl selling water

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    Here's everything you need to know about the events that transpired. "She calling police on a 8-year-old little girl". "An 8-year-old selling water in front of her apartment building where she's lived her whole life is NOT a reason to call the police", Austin she said in the video's caption.
  • Split families in limbo amid Trump immigration chaos

    Split families in limbo amid Trump immigration chaos

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    She warned the President to not "buy" the show. He seems to have listened. U.S. President Donald Trump arrives for an event with people who have lost family members from crime committed by undocumented immigrants, on Friday. Besides, said Rep. John Faso, R-N.Y., a supporter of the bill, maybe Trump will change his mind again: "Just wait a few hours, the tweet will be different".
  • Saudi Arabia's ban on women driving ban to end

    Saudi Arabia's ban on women driving ban to end

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    Saudi Arabia, until now the only country that did not permit female motorists, allowed women to get behind the wheel for the first time in decades on Sunday. The tightrope the government has to walk between "a shrinking insular and traditionalist majority and a growing progressive and internationalist minority" is a defining feature of modern Saudi Arabia, said a report by the Arabia Foundation, a Washington-based think tank that has links with the Saudi government.
  • PM's baby wrapped in blanket gifted by Ngāi Tahu

    PM's baby wrapped in blanket gifted by Ngāi Tahu

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    Her deputy Winston Peters is now acting prime minister, although Ardern will continue to be consulted on significant issues. Nurses said Gayford and Ardern's little girl was "very alert and one hungry baby". "This is a sign of our maturity as a country and its acceptance that combining career and family is a choice which women are free to make", Clark wrote in an email.
  • Anti-Trafficking Activists Gangraped At Gunpoint In Jharkhand

    Anti-Trafficking Activists Gangraped At Gunpoint In Jharkhand

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    We are trying to identify the criminals. After its "studied silence" over crimes against women, especially minor girls, the Narendra Modi government approved the ordinance to allow courts to award death penalty to those convicted of raping girls under 12 in April.
  • There are no accidents in Melania Trump’s wardrobe choices

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    But President TrumpDonald John TrumpCNN analyst Kirsten Powers: Melania's jacket should read "Let them eat cake" CNN's Cuomo confronts Lewandowski over "womp womp" remark Sessions says Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Peter Strzok no longer has his security clearance MORE contradicted that statement, saying in a tweet that the message referred to " the Fake News Media ".
  • Arizona Uber crash driver was 'watching TV'

    Arizona Uber crash driver was 'watching TV'

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    The police report said the vehicle was in motion for 21 minutes and 48 seconds and Vasquez' eyes were averted from the roadway for 6 minutes and 47.2 seconds. The report found that Vasquez "was distracted and looking down" for close to seven of the almost 22 minutes prior to the collision. Police say dashcam footage shows that Vasquez "was distracted and looking down" during the almost 22-minute drive that preceded the crash.
  • Runner accidentally crosses USA border and gets detained by authorities

    Runner accidentally crosses USA border and gets detained by authorities

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    A USA statement says the law is the law, even if a person crosses the border accidentally. The agents who found the children in 2016 were more forgiving than those encountered by Roman and helped reunite the children with their mother. The teenager was allowed to contact her mother, Christiane Ferne, who quickly reached the centre with her daughter's passport and study permits, before being told she would have to get them verified by Canadian authorities.
  • Explosion hits ZANU PF Bulawayo Rally

    Explosion hits ZANU PF Bulawayo Rally

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    Zimbabwe's election campaign season took a worrying turn when a crude bombing at a speech delivered by President Emmerson Mnangagwa appeared to be an attempt on his life. Zimbabwe's election next month will be the first without Mugabe since independence from white minority rule in 1980. " People started running in all directions and then immediately the president's motorcade left at a very high speed".
  • A restaurant refused to serve Sarah Huckabee Sanders and her family

    A restaurant refused to serve Sarah Huckabee Sanders and her family

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    She eventually left the restaurant as as result. Since Sanders' Tweet , the Red Hen in Lexington, the one she is referring to, has also been hit with negative social media reviews . "Cant wait to visit this establishment when I pass thru in July". "Thank you for having the courage of your convictions". On Tuesday , Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen bolted from a Washington, D.C.
  • Trump holds Cabinet meeting while lawmakers consider immigration plan

    Trump holds Cabinet meeting while lawmakers consider immigration plan

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    He signed an executive order to stop the separations but it was unclear how children already taken from their parents would be reunited. Democrats oppose both measures as harsh. Passage of the GOP compromise was always a long shot, but failure may now come at a steeper price. Shortly before Trump signed the executive order , a White House official revealed that Mrs.
  • Malta providing humanitarian supplies to stranded rescue vessel

    Malta providing humanitarian supplies to stranded rescue vessel

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    The Mission Lifeline said the vessel was stranded in global waters of Malta. "I am in favour of sanctions being imposed in the event of no cooperation", he said. More than 600,000 migrants have reached Italy's shores during the past four years. But the government was placated after Merkel told them the text had been shelved.
  • Backed by EU, frustrated Irish warn UK time running out on Brexit

    Backed by EU, frustrated Irish warn UK time running out on Brexit

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    Mark Malloch Brown, chair of the anti-Brexit campaign group Best for Britain. said: "The deputy prime minister of Ireland is echoing what we've known for a while now: that a failure to properly deal with the Irish border question will scupper any chance of deal with the EU".
  • USA military to send 215 caskets to North Korea

    USA military to send 215 caskets to North Korea

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    Also Friday, the US and South Korea agreed to indefinitely suspend two exchange program training exercises, to support diplomatic negotiations with North Korea, the Pentagon said. While American forensic technicians will probably be able to quickly determine if North Korea is attempting to pass off a dead animal as human remains, as they did with the British in 2011, full DNA identification of human remains from such a long time ago can take years, so there is reason for North Korea to think ...
  • Deadly explosion hits Ethiopia PM rally

    Deadly explosion hits Ethiopia PM rally

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    An explosion hit a rally attended by the Ethiopian Prime Minister in Addis Ababa on Saturday, leaving dozens injured, officials say. "We ask the prime minister to now amend laws that restrict free speech and to end a system of surveillance that has always been used to intimidate journalists".
  • Trump talks up his approach to trade before Duluth rally

    Trump talks up his approach to trade before Duluth rally

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    The trip is also happening as Trump faces a backlash over his administration's policy of separating children from parents arrested for illegally crossing the border with Mexico. Trump is also falsely accusing the media of making a big deal of immigration to distract the public from congressional inquiries into the Justice Department.
  • Trump hosts victims of undocumented migrants amid family separations row

    Trump hosts victims of undocumented migrants amid family separations row

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    Mr Trump, faced with a public outcry over his policy that separated children from their migrant parents at the USA border with Mexico, tried to refocus the immigration debate on Congress in a series of posts on Twitter . Dems are just playing games. "Unfortunately, we are members of a club of our children, our loved ones who have killed by illegal aliens, but there are hundreds of thousands of victims every year who are affected by illegal alien crime", said Mary Ann Mendoza.
  • Police say Uber driver was watching Hulu before fatal crash

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    Footage shows self-driving Uber SUV in fatal crash and has now revealed driver was watching TV on mobile just seconds before. Police discovered that Uber's driver, Rafaela Vasquez, had been watching " The Voice " on Hulu for approximately 42 minutes before the crash , according to a police report obtained by Reuters .
  • Trump supporters steadfast despite the immigration uproar

    Trump supporters steadfast despite the immigration uproar

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    Heart-rending images and sounds of wailing children separated from their guardians have led to a firestorm of opposition to the Trump administration's crackdown on illegal immigration. It does not end the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy. The lines of asylum seekers at some locations on the border seem to have waned in recent days as the USA government's treatment of migrants has come under scrutiny.
  • May faces down pro-EU rebel lawmakers to win Brexit vote

    May faces down pro-EU rebel lawmakers to win Brexit vote

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    There were dramatic scenes at Westminster on Wednesday as MPs were told shortly before the key vote of the final concession to pro-EU rebels. The UK government bill on Brexit will irrevocably pave the way for Britain's withdrawal from the EU.