• Killer Mike's NRA Video Misused Against Marchers, He Says in Apology
Killer Mike's NRA Video Misused Against Marchers, He Says in Apology

In the earlier interview , Killer Mike said that he forbid his kids from participating in National Walkout Day because they are a gun-owning family that supports the Second Amendment . And people have a problem with his appearance on an NRA-funded platform. But there are proven ways to make them safer. Bender, in response , said the two r...

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  • John Dowd, Trump's top Russian Federation probe attorney, resigns
John Dowd, Trump's top Russian Federation probe attorney, resigns

Dowd is said to have believed that such a meeting between Trump , known to speak off the cuff and take himself down rabbit holes, and Mueller's team was not in the president's best interests. Last week, Dowd had called for the investigation to be shut down, saying it had been poisoned by partisanship after the firing of FBI Deputy Director Andr...

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  • Fugitive ex-Catalan president arrested by police in Germany
Fugitive ex-Catalan president arrested by police in Germany

That's according to his lawyer . German police said they arrested Puigdemont in the northern state of Schleswig-Holstein on the arrest warrant , which was issued by Spain . Spain says that its intelligence services and police worked with German police to orchestrate the arrest of the fugitive former leader of Catalonia's separatist moveme...

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  • Florida man arrested for slapping woman outside Walmart, police say
Florida man arrested for slapping woman outside Walmart, police say

But when she returned, a court of village elders was set up to decide a punishment - that she should be flogged 100 times by her husband. Stone's husband recorded a video of the quarrel on his phone and later showed police. At one point, the woman fell unconscious, the Daily Mail reported. "We have started a hunt for other accused". T...

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  • U.S. warship sails near disputed South China Sea island, officials say
U.S. warship sails near disputed South China Sea island, officials say

In this photo, provided by the U.S. Navy, the Arleigh Burke class guided-missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald (DDG 62) is on patrol on September 8, 2014. The latest "freedom of navigation" operation comes a day after US President Donald Trump signed a presidential memorandum that would impose a tariff of up to $60 billion on Chinese imports.

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  • Trump, Saudi Arabia prince bond over arms deals, hostility to Iran
Trump, Saudi Arabia prince bond over arms deals, hostility to Iran

But as Dr Anwar Gargash , the UAE's Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, pointed out on the eve of the Crown Prince's visit, cooperation between the Saudis and the USA on defence and security issues is about much more than negotiating lucrative arms deals.

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  • Paul McCartney remembers John Lennon at March for Our Lives
Paul McCartney remembers John Lennon at March for Our Lives

McCartney spoke with CNN's Jason Carroll and explained that the shooting death of John Lennon in 1980 was part of his motivation for marching. Lennon's wife, Yoko Ono , has not spoken out on the Parkland shooting, but she did post a message of support for "the youth of America" via Instagram on March 7.

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  • Prince Harry freaked out by cold feet next to Meghan Markle
Prince Harry freaked out by cold feet next to Meghan Markle

The decorative border on Harry and Meghan's collection is inspired by the couple's wedding venue, based on the stylised tree ironwork of the 13th century Gilebertus door of St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, where the couple will marry on May 19.

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  • Karen McDougal Details Relationship With Trump In CNN Interview
Karen McDougal Details Relationship With Trump In CNN Interview

She stated that Trump offered her money at the end of the evening, but she turned him down saying, "I'm not that kind of girl". I can tell you we saw each other a minimum five times a month up to bigger numbers per month. Here are six take-aways from her lengthy interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper . Earlier this week, McDougal sued Amer...

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  • China Urges US to 'Pull Back From Brink' as Trump Unveils Tariffs
China Urges US to 'Pull Back From Brink' as Trump Unveils Tariffs

The Ministry said the tariffs would be implemented if the two countries were unable to resolve trade issues. Hours later came the inevitable counter punch: China's Commerce Ministry on Friday said it plans a 25 percent tariff on US pork imports and recycled aluminum, and 15 percent tariffs on American steel pipes, fruit and wine.

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  • Trump Names Former Ambassador John Bolton As His New National Security Adviser
Trump Names Former Ambassador John Bolton As His New National Security Adviser

It was the sort of simplistic and wrongheaded position he takes on most policies. Yet historically, even those who espoused the most extreme positions as private citizens have a way of moderating when faced with the awesome task of running the nation.

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  • Omnibus Spending Bill passed with funding for firefighting
Omnibus Spending Bill passed with funding for firefighting

The massive omnibus spending bill now funds the government through September 30 and includes $380 million for election security grants, over $4 billion to opioid spending, and $2.3 billion for school safety. "I don't think it's because they were trying to diss Johnson, but there was no way they were not going to bang that gavel". Of the 234 Rep...

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  • Trump meets with Saudi crown prince on infrastructure, Iran
Trump meets with Saudi crown prince on infrastructure, Iran

As I said before, when it comes to the missiles and the planes and all of the military equipment, there's nobody that even comes close to us in terms of technology and the quality of the equipment. The crown prince said Saudi Arabia has made a decision to double its investment in USA businesses to $400 billion in just one year. He said a 10-yea...

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  • Trump Could Testify In 'Apprentice' Defamation Case After Judge's Ruling
Trump Could Testify In 'Apprentice' Defamation Case After Judge's Ruling

In her decision allowing the lawsuit to move forward, Justice Jennifer Schecter cited the 1997 Supreme Court case Clinton v. Jones , writing that the ruling "held that a sitting president is not immune from being sued in federal court for unofficial acts".

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  • USA retailers urge Trump against tariffs
USA retailers urge Trump against tariffs

The groups represent companies, such as Apple Inc., Google and Wal-Mart Inc. The U.S. already levies the highest tariff on consumer goods (as high as 32 percent on basic clothes and 67 percent on shoes) among all categories of products. The 45 groups include some of the biggest US industries, including the Consumer Technology Association and the Na...

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  • Egypt's Mohamed Salah Leads Lionel Messi In European Golden Shoe Race
Egypt's Mohamed Salah Leads Lionel Messi In European Golden Shoe Race

The difference between the two players is Messi has been able to produce consistently for years while Salah will need to carry to maintain his level for the next five or six campaigns. Instead, it was Liverpool , and Salah in particular, who finished as strongly as he started. They are going in the right direction. "His consistency is good for us"...

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  • National Weather Service: Winter is Not Over Yet
National Weather Service: Winter is Not Over Yet

This high pressure system is there for much of the winter and, rather than move eastward as most weather systems do, it moves north and south. Forecasters expect the second phase to be more powerful, bringing pockets of wet, heavy snow to much of New Jersey and New York City on Wednesday , along with winds that could gust as high as 40 miles p...

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  • Deal struck as government 'capitulates' to EU
Deal struck as government 'capitulates' to EU

Barnier underlined that "if new proposals are made that respect" Northern Ireland's Good Friday peace agreement, that keep open the Irish border and that respect Europe's single market, then "we are ready to examine them". "But it remains our intention to achieve a partnership that is so close as to not require specific measures in relation to No...

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  • Supreme Court refuses to stop new congressional maps in Pennsylvania
Supreme Court refuses to stop new congressional maps in Pennsylvania

Under that old map, Republicans won the same 13 out of 18 seats in every race since it was enacted. It said it had no authority to act in the matter except to dismiss the case. Supreme Court turned down a Republican request to block new district boundaries. The courts rejected requests to throw out or halt use of the map imposed last month by t...

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  • Afghan Taliban claim deadly vehicle bomb attack in Kabul
Afghan Taliban claim deadly vehicle bomb attack in Kabul

One attack in Kabul alone killed more than 100 people in May 2017 near the German embassy. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack as the group comes under growing pressure to take up the Afghan government's offer of peace talks.

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