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  • U.S. Dept. of Agriculture: 'Make school meals great again'

    U.S. Dept. of Agriculture: 'Make school meals great again'

    Some schools will be granted exemptions from the whole grain requirement in the upcoming year; lunches won't be required to get less salty; and cafeterias will be allowed to offer flavored 1% milk again. "This is not reducing the nutritional standards whatsoever", Perdue said. "The food I see being thrown away is not because of taste as much as it is because the student did not want it in the first place", said Abrams.

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  • Aaron Hernandez Murder Conviction Vacated

    Aaron Hernandez Murder Conviction Vacated

    At that time, Hernandez was also named a suspect in a separate incident, the 2012 murders of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado , for which he was later charged. His death was ruled a suicide. Hernandez, who grew up in Bristol, Connecticut, and played football at the University of Florida, was considered an up-and-coming star during his three seasons with the Patriots.

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  • The President Is Actually Encouraging A Government Shutdown

    Trump abruptly halted an interview with CBS News after being pressed on his wiretapping allegations against Barack Obama. "They wanted a shutdown", Mulvaney said of Democrats. " Both sides agree, we have to keep government going, we don't want to shut government ", Trump told Bloomberg News . "There's not a single senator in the majority who thinks we ought to change the legislative filibuster".

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  • 2 service members killed in eastern Afghanistan

    Earlier this month, the American military dropped its largest non-nuclear bomb on Islamic State group hideouts in eastern Afghanistan, killing almost a hundred militants. The statement says "The servicemembers were conducting a partnered operation with Afghan National Defense and Security Forces". The operation was targeting ISIS-K, the terror group's Afghanistan affiliate.

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  • European Union chief Tusk stresses citizen's rights in Brexit talks

    European Union chief Tusk stresses citizen's rights in Brexit talks

    Council president Donald Tusk tweeted the outcome of their discussions, saying: "Guidelines adopted unanimously". "EU27 firm and fair political mandate for the Brexit talks is ready", Tusk wrote on Twitter. Talks with Britain will begin shortly after its general elections on June 8. The EU should also agree with Great Britain about the bill it has to pay given that it has signed long-term financial commitments to the EU budget.

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  • Tories win majority of council seats in East Renfrewshire election

    The former SNP leader said: "I think most people would have said that was a bad decision for the Prime Minister to break her word on the election, but as my dad always says you play the ball as it lies, and where the ball lies is we're fighting an election campaign and we intend to fight it and to win it".

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  • Toned-down White House press dinner carries on without Trump

    Toned-down White House press dinner carries on without Trump

    The Pennsylvania rally was scheduled opposite the White House Correspondents Dinner , which Trump chose not to attend. "And I could not possibly be more thrilled than to be more than 100 miles away from Washington's swamp, spending my evening with all of you and with a much, much larger crowd and much better people".

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  • Le Pen y Macron se cruzaron en un acalorado debate

    Se limitó a señalar que los criterios para su elección son "la competencia y la capacidad para dirigir" y que no ha informado a la persona elegida. "Quiero que todos mis amigos de Francia sepan que deseo su éxito". La fiscalía de París ha abierto una investigación preliminar después de que Emmanuel Macron presentó una demanda contra su rival por la presidencia de Francia , Marine Le Pen, después de que la candidata de la extrema derecha lo acusara de tener una cuenta offshore en las ...

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  • Jakarta governor sentenced to 2 years prison for blasphemy

    His case was seen as a test of the country's religious tolerance. He was taken to Cipinang Prison in east Jakarta . Ahok and Djarot's term as governor and vice governor ends in October 2017. However, this characterization has been stretched to the limit by Basuki's trial, which his allies say was politically motivated. A group of the governor's supporters staged a rival rally.

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  • SU history teacher explains the history of Cinco de Mayo

    But not all celebration of obscure cultural holidays need be cynical; two local Cinco de Mayo celebrations used the holiday for raising awareness and for culinary experimentation, as well as a bit of fun along the way. "This one day, Mexico won the battle", he said. In 2016, Trump celebrated by tweeting a picture of himself eating a taco bowl with the caption "I love hispanics!" Of course, Trump is better known for calling Mexican immigrants "rapists", cracking down on all those "bad ...

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  • Three killed after vehicle crashes into MA auto auction

    Three killed after vehicle crashes into MA auto auction

    It is thought the vehicle was driven between two lanes of cars in the auction building, but that people were standing in between the lanes of cars. The auction worker driving the vehicle was a man in his 70s. Ryan said the interior of the building is about 100 yards long and is painted with lanes in two colors. The crash happened around 10:30 a.m.at 400 Charter Way in Billerica, at the Lynnway Auto Auction .

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  • Former AG Yates tells Senate she warned of Flynn vulnerability

    Spicer described Yates , who was an Obama appointee, as "someone who is not exactly a supporter of the president's agenda". Also on Monday, the former US Attorney General Sally Yates testified to a Senate subcommittee that she had informed White House counsel McGahn in January that General Micheal Flynn had talked to the Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak.

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  • White House: Comey committed 'atrocities' during his time as Federal Bureau of Investigation director

    Spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Mr Comey had committed "atrocities, circumventing the chain of command" within the Justice Department. Alaska's three members of Congress expressed differing levels of concern Wednesday about President Donald Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey during the agency's investigation of Russian efforts to influence the USA presidential election.

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  • Things to know about Trump's firing of FBI Director Comey

    Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia. Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida said: "I do have questions about why he was dismissed at this time given his service and performance". Among names generating speculation: former New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly , New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke and Rep.

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  • Gray participó con Abuelas del repudio al 2x1

    Frente a la Casa Rosada se dispuso un escenario con sillas y telas negras, además de un cartel blanco con la inscripción " Señores jueces: Nunca Más ". Demostramos que el pueblo unido jamás será vencido ", afirmó la representante de Madres de Plaza de Mayo - Línea Fundadora. En Córdoba , el Ministerio de Educación autorizó a los directores de establecimientos educativos púbicos y privados a que permitan retirarse de las escuelas a los alumnos que deseen participar de estas marchas.

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  • Macron lleva las esperanzas de millones de franceses y alemanes — Merkel

    Macron lleva las esperanzas de millones de franceses y alemanes — Merkel

    Macron dejó este lunes la presidencia del movimiento y será remplazado de forma interina por Catherine Barbaroux , agregó Ferrand, quien anunció que el movimiento celebrará un "congreso fundador antes del 15 de julio". Hollande hizo este anuncio al margen de la conmemoración de la capitulación alemana de 1945 en los Campos Elíseos , en la que participó Macron , que se convertirá en el presidente más joven de la historia de Francia .

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  • Protesters rally for worker, immigrant rights

    Protesters rally for worker, immigrant rights

    Sign up for free news alerts from WND.com, America's independent news network. Protesters took a stance in front of the U.S. Immigration and Customs enforcement office or ICE building. Around the world, union members traditionally march on May 1 for workers' rights. But the widespread protests in the United States were aimed directly at the new Republican president, who has followed anti-immigrant rhetoric on the campaign trail with aggressive action in the White House.

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  • 500M Windows 10 devices, half of 2018 goal

    Why this matters: Microsoft will spend three hours on Wednesday talking about all of the different ways it's bringing intelligence to the cloud: the bots framework it introduced previous year, cognitive services that app developers can include, new Cortana skills, and more.

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  • EEUU confirma disparo de misil de Corea del Norte, que habría fracasado

    EEUU confirma disparo de misil de Corea del Norte, que habría fracasado

    Se estima que el lanzamiento fracasó”, informó la agencia de noticias Yonhap , tras citar un comunicado del ejército surcoreano. Asimismo, la cadena estadounidense ABC reportó que el misil cayó en el mar de Japón . El funcionario no proporcionó detalles adicionales pero la Casa Blanca dijo que el presidente Donald Trump ha sido informado del lanzamiento del misil .

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  • Australia budget 2017: Treasurer promises fairness and growth

    Australia budget 2017: Treasurer promises fairness and growth

    Meanwhile Deloitte Access Economics' Chris Richardson said there was some "excellent politics" within the coalition's budget, but was sceptical about the government's promise to return the budget, which is now at 29.4 billion AU dollars (21.6 billion USA dollars) to surplus by 2021.

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  • More than 58000 tickets for Eurovision 2017 already sold - Hrytsak

    More than 58000 tickets for Eurovision 2017 already sold - Hrytsak

    Enjoy semi-final 2 of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, tonight from 21:00 CEST! The authorities banned several Russian journalists ahead of the campy song contest, which has become increasingly politicized in recent years. The entire show will be broadcast on the big screen, with live compering and entertainment including a playlist of classic Eurovision hits. Watch episode one of The JOE Show - Ireland's first social chat show - featuring interviews with Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana and ...

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  • Asean leaders wrestle over China at summit

    Duterte gestures as he speaks during a press conference at the end of ASEAN leaders' summit. Leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations ended their summit Saturday, discussing threats to regional peace and stability, particularly on the Korean Peninsula and in the South China Sea, and other issues relevant to the 10-member regional bloc.

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  • S. Korea's Moon Says to Visit Pyongyang in 'Right Circumstances'

    Mr Trump invited Democratic party leader Mr Moon to visit the USA "as early as possible". Moon favors dialogue with North Korea to ease rising tension over its accelerating nuclear and missile program. The date was not set for a potential visit by Moon. On the basis of mutual understanding and mutual respect, China is committed to cementing political mutual trust, properly handling differences and enhancing coordination and cooperation, so as to push for the healthy and stable development ...

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