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  • EPA Extends Timeline for Pesticide Applicators Rule

    EPA Extends Timeline for Pesticide Applicators Rule

    With the proposal to withdraw the Waters of the US rule under review by the White House Office of Management and Budget, the Environmental Protection Agency is asking states to share with the agency what they think a new rule should look like.

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  • Rural America target of federal health care discussion

    Robert Reich writes that House Republicans who voted for this travesty will rue the day they did. Price's answers included both a major caveat and a lie. Republicans have found overturning Obamacare politically perilous, partly because of voter fears, loudly expressed at constituents' town-hall meetings, that many people would lose their health insurance as a result.

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  • South Korea's Moon Jae-in willing to visit North Korea

    And it comes as the North's ambassador to the United Kingdom told Sky News his country will go ahead with its sixth nuclear test at the time and place of its leader Kim Jong Un's choosing. began deploying the THAAD system in March and it has since become operational. North Korea , as of Wednesday afternoon, had yet to comment officially on the election of Moon, a liberal who was deeply involved in Seoul's "sunshine policy" of increased engagement and cooperation with the North back ...

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  • DocuSign invests in Canada with new Microsoft Azure partnership

    It is migrating from a mobile-first and cloud-first strategy that it outlined three years ago to a more holistic approach in which it plans to bridge the intelligent cloud with the intelligent edge. It will also provide notifications and alerts based on what you have set. Windows Server Containers support in Azure Server Fabric, and a preview of using Docker Compose to deploy containers to Service Fabric.

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  • Comey writes farewell letter, says he 'will be fine' after firing

    The reason for the expansion of the already unpopular rule, the paper reports, is fear that "Islamist terror groups have developed a new way to carry out terror attacks using electronics with large screens, like laptops". A special prosecutor was appointed in 1973 to investigate the Watergate scandal that engulfed president Richard Nixon . Lucky for Israel's papers, the Comey firing seems so caught up in intrigue over Russian meddling in the USA elections that it's much more than a ...

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  • GOP lawmaker: I didn't come to 'defend' Trump

    As MacArthur attempted to say that the insurance market was "collapsing", an audience member shouted, "Because you drilled holes in it!" and a spontaneous chant began: "Single payer!" At times, MacArthur admitted that his legislation isn't flawless.

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  • Oval Office meeting with Russian officials raises eyebrows

    Oval Office meeting with Russian officials raises eyebrows

    Subsequently, a source familiar with the matter told Russian state-run news agency TASS that the candidacy of Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Anatoly Antonov for the position of Ambassador to the USA had been submitted to the Russia State Duma, the lower house of parliament in Moscow.

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  • In Trump's shadow, Fed official says trade barriers a 'dead end'

    In Trump's shadow, Fed official says trade barriers a 'dead end'

    As a result, companies like Infosys have started hiring from the U.S. in a big way. Speaking at the Bombay Stock Exchange on the topic of globalization, Dudley warned in his speech that if governments took steps to limit free trade, they risked setting off a trade war and creating a drag on productivity.

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  • Microsoft's new tools help devs manage cloud deployments on the go

    Microsoft's new tools help devs manage cloud deployments on the go

    Microsoft's goal is to allow Windows to run the best Linux and Windows apps side-by-side and they are continuously taking iterative steps to making that dream a reality. The features, which will be part of an upgrade for the computer operating system this fall, will let people sync different devices, Microsoft officials said in a briefing before they introduced the software.

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  • State House OKs bill for convention to limit federal powers

    Theriault points to President Donald Trump's Andrew Jackson mix-up over the weekend as an example of the importance of recognizing certain names in US history. But as a result of the settlement, the county also made a new policy that prohibits deputies from enforcing federal immigration law. Senate Bill 4 , which was approved by a House vote Wednesday, would void the kind of policies San Antonio and most big-city police departments have on the books barring officers from inquiring about ...

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  • Pañuelos blancos para repudiar fallo de Corte argentina

    Pañuelos blancos para repudiar fallo de Corte argentina

    Estela de Carlotto , presidenta de Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo, señaló que "la sociedad ha reaccionado con firmeza y esto nos llena de esperanza. Necesitamos que los representantes de los tres poderes del Estado tomen el reclamo del pueblo reunido en esta plaza, que cada uno realice las acciones para dar vuelta este fallo antidemocrático y prodictadura".

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  • US Senate Panel Subpoenas Flynn Documents In Probe Of Russian Meddling

    It was the committee's first subpoena in the Russian investigation. The Trump administration denies any collusion with Russian Federation. Mr Flynn, who was sacked from his White House position in February after lying about phone calls he had with Mr Sergey Kislyak, the Russian Ambassador to the USA, is under investigation in Congress, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Pentagon over his dealings with Russians dating back to late 2005.

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  • Younis Khan set to become Afghanistan coach after retirement

    Since West Indies have announced their unchanged squad for the second Test as well, Pakistan might look to add another spinner to the side, as the Barbados pitch offers more spin. Similarly, former Sri Lankan captain Tillakaratne Dilshan and Marlon Samuels from West Indies will also be seen in action during the wonderful sports event.

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  • Health care fight shifts to Senate, where GOP wants a reboot

    Health care fight shifts to Senate, where GOP wants a reboot

    January 24, 2009: Then-President Barack Obama launched what would become more than a year of testy negotiations, making his intention to focus on health care clear in his address to Congress just over a month after his inauguration. The ad will appear on national cable and in Ryan's Wisconsin district. "It's the least members in both parties owe to the countless Americans who continue to suffer under ObamaCare and the countless more who will be hurt if we don't act".

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  • Pakistan PM travels to China to attend Belt and Road Forum

    The original plan was for a host country press statement, but China changed that to a joint communique, the source said. The BRF is being attended by 27 other Heads of State/Government. "We do not want to use the same method with China ". Noting that Turkish businesspeople are experiencing problems that are of crucial importance regarding visa applications with China , Zeybekci said, "China's application of visa requirements on Turkey is like blocking people who come here to buy goods.

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  • Chibok schoolgirls: 'One refused to be released'

    Chibok schoolgirls: 'One refused to be released'

    Nigerian minister Aisha Alhassan said the recently freed girls are in a more positive state than those who were released in October. Parents of some of the Chibok schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram militants in northeast Nigeria three years ago hailed on Thursday their planned return to school in September, but said the families should be involved in the "healing process".

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  • Girls Refusing Rescue Should Be Forced Out - Chibok Leaders

    Girls Refusing Rescue Should Be Forced Out - Chibok Leaders

    We have seen this happen before , last year, in Abuja, after the 21 Chibok girls were released in the girls were immediately sequestered and taken to a safe house in an unknown location for fears of their safety. On Saturday, 82 of the Chibok schoolgirls were released. "We're very careful who we grant access to #Chibokgirls". Boko Haram is thought to still be holding more than 100 of the original 276 girls taken from a school in north-eastern Nigeria in 2014.

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  • Apple Surprises With Another iPhone Decline

    The company boosted its capital return program by $50 billion United States, increasing its share repurchase authorization by $35 billion U.S. and raising its quarterly dividend by 10.5 per cent. It's clear, though, that Apple is struggling in Greater China, where its revenues dropped 14% year over year - and that's even as the company reported "strong double-digit revenue growth from both Mac and Services " in the region.

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  • 2 killed, 55 injured as storm hits Midwest, Southwest states

    2 killed, 55 injured as storm hits Midwest, Southwest states

    The third tornado, which has been upgraded to an EF-4, had a much larger track, setting down at 5:29 p.m.in the Eustace area, which is in Henderson County, and stopped just west of Canton at 6:10 p.m. The first reports of tornadoes came about 4.45pm on Saturday, but emergency crews were hampered by continuing severe weather. Throughout the region, tornadoes tore roofs off homes, ripped trees out of the ground and tossed cars around "like toys", one witness said.

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  • Spicer Calls Sally Yates a 'Political Opponent' of Trump

    Spicer Calls Sally Yates a 'Political Opponent' of Trump

    Flynn misled officials, NBC News and others have reported, by saying he hadn't discussed Obama administration sanctions on Russian Federation, when in fact he had. Yates repeatedly declined to discuss details of the investigation in a public forum. Sally Yates said on Monday that White House Counsel Don McGahn asked her, "Why does it matter to the DOJ if one White House official lies to another official?" Yates did not say what Flynn had discussed with ambassador Sergey Kislyak in a ...

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  • Here's what's still unknown about James Comey's firing

    His wife, Jill, recently ran for the state Senate in Virginia with support from Gov. Terry McAullife, a close ally of Hillary Clinton. But McCabe characterized the investigation as "highly significant" and assured senators Comey's firing would not hinder it.

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  • Minister hints Israel behind strike on Syria airport

    The depot is reportedly a major hub for a range of Iranian-backed militias including Hezbollah , that are fighting in support of Bashar al-Assad's regime in Syria. Syrian media was quick to attribute the airstrikes to the Israel Defense Forces. Syria's regime is allies with both Hezbollah and Iran, and Israel says Iran is using that connection to funnel weapons and resources to Hezbollah.

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  • Kurdish Militia Says US Arms Will Hasten Assault on IS-held Raqqa

    Bas claims that American Special Forces are working to recruit and train "volunteers" to help the Syrian Kurdish fighters near Kobani, a town on the Syrian-Kurdish border that the YPG freed from ISIS. Warplanes from the US-led global coalition have been backing a wide scale operation from Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in Raqqah and its vicinities to drive ISIS out of the region.

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