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Students in San Juan County joined the national demonstrations to call attention to gun violence in schools Wednesday, though some schools broke the mold of the widespread student activism. We are the next generation. "Instead of doing nothing, we're going to sit here and do something about it". Soon, we're going to be able to build society.
  • Explosion hits chemical plant in Texas, building ablaze

    Explosion hits chemical plant in Texas, building ablaze

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    Firefighters say an explosion occurred at a chemical plant in Hood County, Texas, CBS Dallas-Fort Worth reports. "Things were blowing out of the roof, like metal lids on buckets". The chemical plant and a nearby lumber yard have been evacuated. Texas has suffered a series of plant explosions over the past few years. All of them are believed to be employees of the plant.
  • Larry Kudlow to be Trumps new economic advisor

    Larry Kudlow to be Trumps new economic advisor

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    Conservative commentator and economic analyst Larry Kudlow speaks on the set of CNBC on March 8, 2018 in NY. Cohn's exit and the dismissal of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson have cleared the way for Trump to elevate advisers who are more inclined to implement his campaign promises ahead of congressional elections this year.
  • Spring Statement: UK GDP revised up for 2018

    Spring Statement: UK GDP revised up for 2018

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    The downgrade to 2017 borrowing figures signalled last month by the OBR came to a smaller-than-expected £4.7 billion, bringing the total down to £45.2 billion. Meanwhile, households have been putting away a smaller and smaller proportion of their incomes as savings since 2010, with a particularly sharp decline over the past two years.
  • Cop guarding BJP leader injured in militant attack

    Cop guarding BJP leader injured in militant attack

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    Authorities also announced suspension of rail service between Baramulla and Bannihal towns on Friday as a precautionary measure after intense clashes erupted between a stone pelting mob and the security forces at the encounter site. The police official said that the firing exchanges have now stopped and searches were on in the area. Soon after the gunfight began, protests began in the area during which youths pelted government troops with stones.
  • Irish PM To Meet With US President Donald Trump

    Irish PM To Meet With US President Donald Trump

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    Mrs Bradley will use her first visit to the U.S. as Secretary of State to build key relationships with USA stakeholders who share a keen interest and influence in Northern Ireland and to reinforce the UK Government's priority to see devolution restored as soon as possible.
  • Telangana Finance Minister presents over Rs1 74 lakh budget for 2018-19

    Telangana Finance Minister presents over Rs1 74 lakh budget for 2018-19

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    The budget proposed an amount of Rs 12,000 crore for the Investment Support Scheme to help farmers. Agriculture and irrigation got the lion's share of allocations. Each farmer in the state will receive Rs 8,000 per acre as investment support. Rs 2,600 crore allocated for Telangana government's flagship programme 2 BHK housing project.
  • Everything you need to know about the next Secretary of State

    Everything you need to know about the next Secretary of State

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    Carafano, who helped staff the State Department as a member of Trump's transition team, told this reporter, while Tillerson's abrupt firing was unexpected, there is no question the president intends to stick with his strategy on Iran. " President Trump , as a candidate, promised to tear it up", he said. "Failed negotiations at the summit level leave all parties with no other recourse for diplomacy", Cha, deputy head of the US delegation at multi country talks on North Korea from 2004 to ...
  • Why top-seeded Kansas isn't looking past this Cinderella

    Why top-seeded Kansas isn't looking past this Cinderella

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    Last year No. 1 seeds went 2-2 ATS against No. 16 seeds, but that came against spreads of 25, 22, 23 and 27 points. No. 2 seed Duke minus-19.5 vs. The weak point has been on the back end. Duke has never played in Pittsburgh in the NCAA Tournament , but is 6-0 in NCAA Tournament games in the state of Pennsylvania .
  • Kermit Davis to be named Ole Miss basketball coach

    Kermit Davis to be named Ole Miss basketball coach

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    MTSU made the 2013, 2016 and 2017 NCAA Tournaments and defeated No. 2 seed Michigan State and No. 5 seed Minnesota in back-to-back seasons. Hours before the NCAA Tournament kicked into high gear, Ole Miss introduced the man who it hopes will lead the program back to the big dance.
  • Declan Farmer tied for most goals in Paralympic sled hockey history

    Declan Farmer tied for most goals in Paralympic sled hockey history

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    Canada outshot South Korea 24-2 and won the game 7-0. Liam Hickey, Dom Cozzolino, and Greg Westlake scored one goal apiece for the Canadians, who blew past their preliminary-round opponents 35-0 over three games. As for the final playoff spot, reigning world champions Norway edged their way into the semis after beating Slovakia 7-6 in an extra end in round robin play.
  • Trump's Pick for New CIA Chief Dogged by Secret Prisons

    Trump's Pick for New CIA Chief Dogged by Secret Prisons

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    Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) announced Wednesday that he would vote against confirming Mike Pompeo as the next secretary of state and Gina Haspel as Central Intelligence Agency director, becoming the first GOP senator to break with President Trump over the nominees.
  • Donald Trump Jr 'to DIVORCE' wife Vanessa after anthrax scare

    Donald Trump Jr 'to DIVORCE' wife Vanessa after anthrax scare

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    Don Jr. has taken many trips lately, including a high-profile visit to India, and he and his younger brother Eric Trump are also running the Trump Organization in their father's stead. and his family. "Don is still living at home, is a good dad and is super involved in his kids' lives", the source revealed. Among some of the alarming instances Don, Jr.
  • Syria regime enters key rebel-held Ghouta town

    Syria regime enters key rebel-held Ghouta town

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    It has been the target of government attacks in a campaign that began last month. The development came as regime forces, backed by Moscow, broke into a key town in the beleaguered rebel enclave of Eastern Ghouta late on Wednesday, driving further into the last opposition bastion outside Damascus.
  • Meghan Markle, Prince Harry's marriage receives formal consent from Queen Elizabeth II

    Meghan Markle, Prince Harry's marriage receives formal consent from Queen Elizabeth II

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    Either way, by now you've had time to catch. Queen Elizabeth II has given her formal consent for Prince Harry to Wednesday his fiancée, Meghan Markle . "There was a point in which our parents split, and the two of us [Prince William and Harry] were bouncing between the two of them [Charles and Diana] and we probably never saw our mother enough, or saw our father enough", Prince Harry said.
  • Robert Mueller subpoenas Trump business records involving Russian Federation

    Robert Mueller subpoenas Trump business records involving Russian Federation

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    Sanders answered questions about Russian Federation, tariffs and other topics. The company has been in routine contact with the prosecutors, turning over documents and regularly discussing the scope of requests. "Since July 2017, we have advised the public that the Trump Organization is fully cooperative with all investigations, including the Special Counsel, and is responding to their requests".
  • Judge enters not guilty plea for Nikolas Cruz during arraignment hearing

    Judge enters not guilty plea for Nikolas Cruz during arraignment hearing

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    Broward County Public Defender Howard Finkelstein says Cruz is "immediately ready" to plead guilty in return for 34 consecutive life sentences but not with the death penalty on the table. Cruz is scheduled to appear again in court on April 27, three days before his trial begins. The case has reignited a national debate about gun control and school safety, and prompted a nationwide walkout of thousands of students Wednesday showing solidarity a month after the shooting.
  • A Crusader Against Police Violence Is Assassinated In Rio De Janeiro

    A Crusader Against Police Violence Is Assassinated In Rio De Janeiro

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    No suspects have been arrested so far. As Franco was leaving the site, a auto pulled up to the side of her own vehicle and fired nine shots into it. People look on as Rio's Civil Police officers transport Brazilian politician Marielle Franco's vehicle, where she was found shot dead in Rio de Janeiro , Brazil on March 15, 2018 .
  • New US Sanctions Target Russian Intelligence, Companies For Election Meddling, Cyberattacks

    New US Sanctions Target Russian Intelligence, Companies For Election Meddling, Cyberattacks

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    They are meant to deter tampering with this year's midterm elections while signaling to Russian Federation that Washington will not allow its attacks to go unchallenged, officials said. "Such narrowly targeted sanctions don't impact Russia's economy at all, and that seems to have been the administration's intent", said Michael Carpenter, a former Pentagon and White House official who worked on Russian Federation policy.
  • Trump to Weigh New Tariffs Targeting China

    Trump to Weigh New Tariffs Targeting China

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    Having set new solar-panel tariffs in January, mainly aimed at China, Mr. Trump now plans to impose stiff tariffs on steel and aluminum imports to the U.S. But he warned: "If an undesirable situation arises, China has the intention of safeguarding its legitimate rights". German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she's counting on talks to resolve the trade dispute, but "can't predict whether we will succeed or not succeed".
  • Delhi CM apologises to Punjab former minister Bikram Singh Majithia

    Delhi CM apologises to Punjab former minister Bikram Singh Majithia

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    Tendering an apology, Kejriwal withdrew his allegations and an application regarding the same was filed in a trial court in Amritsar, where a defamation case filed by Bikram Majithia against him. Talking to reporters here this evening, Majithia said he had accepted the apology. The AAP leader had also accused him of patronising drug trade in Punjab and even called him a "drug lord".
  • Young Children Believed to Be in Danger After Being Taken by Father

    Young Children Believed to Be in Danger After Being Taken by Father

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    Both children are black with brown hair. This is despite the man being barred from contacting the children after a protection order was issued on November 30. Police say she then took off with the children and an Amber Alert was issued. But Sanders added: 'We're not saying he did [the shooting of Lakisha], we just want to know where the kids are'.
  • Communist Leader in Nepal Begins Second Term

    Communist Leader in Nepal Begins Second Term

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    Bidya Devi Bhandari was on Tuesday re-elected the President of Nepal with an overwhelming majority. With this, President Bhandari became the first President of federal Nepal and also the first Nepali President to be re-elected. The electors from Sajha Bibeksheel, Naya Shakti and Nepal Majdoor Kisan Party did not cast their votes. Bhandari has a long political career. She was elected twice in parliamentary elections in 1994 and 1999 and also served as the defence minister.
  • If Iran gets nuclear bomb, Saudi Arabia will follow suit: crown prince

    If Iran gets nuclear bomb, Saudi Arabia will follow suit: crown prince

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    Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman likened Iran's supreme leader to Adolf Hitler and said Saudi Arabia will quickly develop a nuclear bomb if Iran does the same. senior intelligence officials. The crown prince has sought to strengthen Saudi Arabia's already deep ties to Washington by backing the Trump administration's hawkish approach to Iran, the kingdom's historical Mideast rival.
  • 7 new flu deaths reported in NC; total climbs to 305

    7 new flu deaths reported in NC; total climbs to 305

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    This has been a particularly severe flu season in the region and across the country. The number of deaths and hospitalizations surpass any flu season in Oklahoma since the department began tracking the illness in 2009. The flu tends to have a faster onset of symptoms, which can include fevers as high as 104 F, chills, exhaustion and severe aches. Fevers are rare, as are complicating factors and other related illnesses.
  • UNRWA gets new cash pledges in donor meeting

    UNRWA gets new cash pledges in donor meeting

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    The countries of Qatar , Canada, Switzerland, Turkey, New Zealand, Norway, Korea, Mexico, Slovakia, India and France agreed to provide the funding at an emergency funding conference in Rome . A diplomatic source separately said the conference had not been planned until after the USA funding cuts, and that the US was unlikely to pledge new funding to the agency.
  • 3 tons of gold spill onto Russian runway after plane door glitch

    3 tons of gold spill onto Russian runway after plane door glitch

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    The bars of doré, a semi-pure alloy of gold and silver, dropped out of the aircraft and onto the runway. Technical engineers at the Yakutsk airport who prepared the plane for take-off have been detained as before take-off, the technicians cleared it and the plane was good to fly from their side without a hitch.
  • Ford recalls almost 1.4M cars, says steering wheel can come loose

    Ford recalls almost 1.4M cars, says steering wheel can come loose

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    Ford noted that the steering wheel bolts can loosen over time, but plans to replace the the bolts of affected cars with a longer bolt to offset the issue at no cost to the customer. The company has knowledge of two cases of accidents caused by this problem; one of these caused an injury. The recall adds to Ford's mounting quality issues.
  • Former Trump campaign manager Manafort files to dismiss charges

    Former Trump campaign manager Manafort files to dismiss charges

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    Manafort is now wearing two Global Positioning System monitors - one from the federal court in Virginia and one from the federal court in DC. He says they are not related to the investigation into alleged Russian meddling. In their motion to dismiss, the defence lawyers say Mueller has improperly surpassed his authority including that granted to him to investigate any crimes arising from his inquiry.
  • Would-be kidnapper with links to Natalee Holloway case is killed

    Would-be kidnapper with links to Natalee Holloway case is killed

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    Ludwick died at a hospital. Holloway was an 18-year-old high school senior from Alabama when she vanished in May 2005, during a class trip to Aruba, a small Caribbean island off the coast of Venezuela. No trace of her body has ever been found and the case remains unsolved. It also caused her unnecessary suffering, she said. Holloway's mother, Beth Holloway, sued the network and the production company that was responsible for the 2017 program.
  • Children Likely Abducted, In Grave Danger In Texas

    Children Likely Abducted, In Grave Danger In Texas

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    Authorities said Leslie is the biological mother of the children. Kinsley and Kolby are both described as 3-year-old girls with brown hair and brown eyes. Wednesday. The suspect was last heard from in San Antonio . Anyone that sees the vehicle or the children is asked to contact police immediately.
  • Duterte Spokesman: Philippines' Withdrawal From ICC 'Beginning of End' for Court

    Duterte Spokesman: Philippines' Withdrawal From ICC 'Beginning of End' for Court

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    The ICC is now conducting a preliminary examination into the Duterte administration's bloody war on drugs. "What I'm afraid and what makes me sad is that the Philippine withdrawal, I'm sure, will start an avalanche of other states leaving the court because no one will tolerate an unaccountable prosecutor conducting even a preliminary examination in brazen violation of the principle of complementarity", he added.
  • Why is household giant Unilever leaving UK?

    Why is household giant Unilever leaving UK?

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    The boss of the Anglo-Dutch maker of Dove soap and Ben & Jerry's ice cream also said that the decision was similarly not driven by the failed takeover attempt of Unilever by Kraft Heinz a year ago. Unilever, which also markets leading brands Dove soap, Magnum ice-cream and Persil detergent, is now the third biggest company on the FTSE. Unilever, which employs some 169,000 people around the world, owns more than 400 household brands that also include Dove soaps, Knorr soups, Lipton tea and ...
  • Israel shells Hamas posts in Gaza in response to bombs

    Israel shells Hamas posts in Gaza in response to bombs

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    Hamas security forces searched the suspect's home for evidence as well as other locations that he had allegedly visited in Gaza, the Beirut daily added. In 2014, Israel waged a devastating 51-day military onslaught on the Gaza Strip in which more than 2,300 Palestinians were killed - the vast majority of them civilians - and tens of thousands injured.
  • Slovakia president accepts PM Robert Fico's resignation: Coalition partner

    Slovakia president accepts PM Robert Fico's resignation: Coalition partner

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    It is Kiska's responsibility to select the new prime minister , in line with the country's constitution. "The president has agreed to this", Most-Hid chairman Bela Bugar told journalists . Rally organisers continue to call for early elections as they believe the government reorganisation does nothing to change the management of the institutions responsible for investigating Kuciak's murder.
  • Bihar by-polls: CM Nitish congratulates winners

    Bihar by-polls: CM Nitish congratulates winners

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    Though initial trends favoured BJP candidate Pradip Singh in the Araria LS constituency, the tides turned in favour of RJD's Sarfaraz Alam after some time. The results of two assembly seats contested in the recent round of bypolls in Bihar were declared on Wednesday. BJP has a lead of 19,378 votes after 8 rounds of counting in Bhabua .
  • Rauner vetoes bill to license gun stores

    Rauner vetoes bill to license gun stores

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    Rauner faces conservative challenger Jeanne Ives in next week's Republican primary. Last week, Ives' campaign criticized Rauner for not speaking publicly against the bill, calling it "the prelude to yet another betrayal" of Republicans. "The governor's decision was cruel, it was cold and it was calculated to benefit his own politics at the expense of public safety". Third, we should find better more thoughtful ways to keep guns out of the hands of criminals and the mentally ill.
  • Delhi Metro's Pink Line to open for public today

    Delhi Metro's Pink Line to open for public today

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    The Pink Line , also known as the Ring Road Line, is an nearly circular line that passes alongside the busy Ring Road in the national capital in a U-shaped pattern, that witnesses massive traffic jams every day. And the train will also run on the shorter routes between Drgabai Deshmuckh South Campus and Shurpur, and Majlis Park and Shakurpur stations. # It is longest metro line till now and will be fully operational till June.
  • NRA Tweet: 'I'll control my own guns'

    NRA Tweet: 'I'll control my own guns'

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    On Sunday, the White House released specifics of what Mr. Trump wants to do about guns, and Sen. The policy received a boost after the Parkland shooting from conservative writer David French, who labeled extreme risk protection orders " A Gun-Control Measure Conservatives Should Consider ", in a widely-shared article in the National Review, a conservative journal.