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  • Yates Blows Smoke ... Still No Fire

    Yates Blows Smoke ... Still No Fire

    In Tuesday's press briefing, Spicer insisted that Yates was no friend to Trump because she had been rumored to be part of a potential Hillary Clinton administration if the former secretary of state won. Former acting attorney general Sally Yates, a Barack Obama appointee who was sacked by Trump early in his presidency, made the disclosure during hotly-anticipated testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday.

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  • Russian Foreign Minister Jokes About Comey Firing

    Russian Foreign Minister Jokes About Comey Firing

    He was not doing a good job". But the critical issue of Russian election interference was not discussed, according to Lavrov. The sit-down between Trump and Lavrov, the first face-to-face contact the president has had with a senior official of the Russian government, will take place Wednesday at 10:30 a.m.in the White House.

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  • Snap Inc (SNAP) Releases Earnings Results, Misses Expectations By $0.26 EPS

    However, Snap's first quarter revenue fell by 11 percent when compared to the fourth quarter of 2016 when it generated $166 million. The firm's revenue for the quarter was up 285.6% on a year-over-year basis. Cantor Fitzgerald raised Snap from an "underweight" rating to a "neutral" rating and set a $17.00 target price on the stock in a report on Thursday.

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  • China's Xi vows to defend climate pact in call with Macron

    That means the president will head to the G7 summit in Italy at the end of May amid continued global uncertainty over whether the United States will remain in the emissions-cutting deal struck in Paris under the Obama administration. The White House has appeared hesitant to address the climate deal, which Trump railed against during the 2016 campaign, but on which his advisers appear to be divided .

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  • El liberal Moon gana las elecciones en Corea del Sur

    Durante la campaña electoral Moon ha afirmado que a diferencia de su predecesora, aboga por un diálogo con Corea del Norte, pretende un enfoque en el que deben privar los intereses nacionales de su país y busca una mayor independencia de EE.UU.

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  • Rechazaron provocación opositora venezolana en Universidad de Panamá

    Rechazaron provocación opositora venezolana en Universidad de Panamá

    Varela catalogó de " inaceptable " el suceso y aseguró que no va a permitir que los conflictos extranjeros traspasen las fronteras. Al evento de ayer asistieron miembros de Frenadeso, Suntracs, y funcionarios de la embajada Venezolana. Profesores y personal de la Universidad mediaron entre los manifestantes de ambas partes. En similares términos se pronunció Olmedo García, decano de la Facultad de Humanidades, quien además de revelar que recibió hasta amenazas de muerte a través de redes ...

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  • Poder Electoral de Venezuela evalúa procedimientos para convocatoria a Constituyente

    Poder Electoral de Venezuela evalúa procedimientos para convocatoria a Constituyente

    Convoco a una Constituyente ciudadana, no una de partidos, ni élites; a una Constituyente obrera, comunal, campesina, feminista, de la juventud, de los estudiantes, de los indígenas, pero sobre todo, profundamente obrera, agregó. El Gobierno insiste en que la Constituyente buscará crear "condiciones" de normalidad que permitan realizar los procesos comiciales que están en camino, incluidas las elecciones presidenciales del 2018.

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  • Exdirector del FBI buscaba ampliar investigación sobre Rusia

    Trump exigió la cabeza del jefe del FBI por considerar que no había hecho bien su trabajo y en consecuencia su despido era necesario para restaurar "la confianza pública" en el mismo FBI . Donald Trump afirmó que siempre tuvo la intención de despedir a James Comey de la jefatura del FBI , socava la explicación brindada por la Casa Blanca de que el mandatario actuó por recomendación de altos funcionarios de Justicia.

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  • Paul Ryan: 'Rescue Mission' is Underway for Health Care

    Paul Ryan: 'Rescue Mission' is Underway for Health Care

    The American Health Care Act was voted on last week before it was scored and priced by the Congressional Budget Office - and before the full text of the bill had even been made public. The White House on Sunday scoffed at Democratic claims that voters will punish the GOP in the 2018 elections for upending former President Barack Obama's law.

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  • Verizon Wins Bidding War with AT&T for Straight Path

    Verizon Wins Bidding War with AT&T for Straight Path

    Scapa Group Plc is a holding company for a group of companies operating in the manufacture of bonding products and adhesive components for applications in the healthcare and industrial markets. The Kcm Investment Advisors Llc holds 599,037 shares with $31.98 million value, up from 585,028 last quarter. Verizon Communications Inc is a holding company.

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  • Trump says he planned to fire Comey 'regardless' of Justice recommendation

    But the president contradicted that statement on Thursday, saying that he would have fired Comey regardless of Rosenstein's recommendation. "There's no good time to fire, by the way". Angus King of ME, "we consider it to be a highly significant investigation". Trump, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein had wanted a heads-up from Comey about what he would say at a May 3 hearing about his handling of an investigation into former Democratic presidential ...

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  • Trump 'welcomes' investigation into his Russian business dealings

    President Donald Trump said he did not immediately fire Michael Flynn as national security adviser after concerns were raised about his potentially being blackmailed by Russian Federation because it "did not sound like an emergency". In the morning, President Donald J. Trump will meet with National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster. "I think they may very well have seen Sally Yates' warning as just a political attack and not seen the fact that she was there with a very serious national ...

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  • Texas votes to give immigration lockups child care licenses

    The new bill would have created a civil penalty of $1,000 a day for departments that don't comply with the existing law. Wednesday's 20-10 vote sends the bill to the state House. "The Property Taxpayer Empowerment Act will give them the transparency and the tools they need to hold local officials accountable". "The steel companies in my district over the years have struggled at times".

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  • U.S. arming Kurdish Syria fighters unacceptable, shouts Turkey

    U.S. arming Kurdish Syria fighters unacceptable, shouts Turkey

    Turkey believes the US -backed Syrian Kurds, known as the YPG, are terrorists. Washington is eager to retake Raqqa , arguing that it is a haven for IS operatives looking to plan attacks on the West. The chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Sen. "We support Turkey in its fight against PKK", he said. "No. Sorry", Corker said, adding that Washington is going to "have a little bit of a rub with Turkey for a period of time".

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  • Roger Stone: Watergate, Comey firing are 'apples and oranges'

    Roger Stone: Watergate, Comey firing are 'apples and oranges'

    Stone said he strongly supports Trump's decision to fire Comey. "Have not spoken to Roger in a long time - had nothing to do with my decision", Trump tweeted Wednesday. "They have to remain confidential", Stone told " The View ". Stone refused to divulge the subject of the conversation, saying, "I'm not ever going to get into the substance of those conversations, I'll tell you why - if I do, there won't be any more of them".

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  • Trump says Comey was 'showboat' and he planned to fire him anyway

    Trump told Holt that he didn't try to pressure Comey into dropping the FBI probe into his campaign and that his move shouldn't be seen as sending a message to Comey's successor to drop that investigation. Mr. Trump said one of the three times was at a dinner with Mr. Comey, which Mr. Trump said was requested by the director with the aim of keeping his job.

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  • Hope for improved China, South Korea relations after leaders speak

    North Korea accused the US and South Korean security agencies of planning a biochemical attack on leader Kim during April 15 celebrations in the North's capital of the anniversary of the birth of state founder Kim Il Sung. "I still believe Moon Jae-in faces major difficulties in reversing the THAAD deployment, or even making any kind of modifications", Zhao says. China views THAAD as a threat and a destabilizing influence in the region, and has retaliated against South Korea with limits on ...

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  • Chinese media told not to mention Belt and Road investments by country

    The decision coincided with the 100-day trade plan hammered out by China and the USA following talks last month between President Xi Jinping and his United States counterpart, Donald Trump. Keeping the rhetoric on an initiative that is open to all nations, some officials at the Fujian press conference denied that there were just 65 countries under the Belt and Road initiative, saying there was no such specific number.

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  • United States intelligence chief calls N. Korea potentially 'existential' threat to US

    The U.S. intelligence chief said Thursday North Korea poses a potentially "existential threat" to the United States with its growing nuclear and missile capabilities. But he also stressed that the serious alternative to a pre-emptive US military strike against Pyongyang must involve "coming back to fair negotiations" with North Korean officials - talks that would only be possible if a firm set of preconditions were adhered to by Pyongyang.

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  • Neymar amenaza en irse si no sacan a asistente — Barcelona

    Neymar amenaza en irse si no sacan a asistente — Barcelona

    Unzué ha hecho público su deseo de convertirse en el sucesor de Luis Enrique para la próxima temporada, pero según se sabe, aunque llegó a estar en la lista de candidatos, está prácticamente descartado y no por el incidente con Neymar , si no porque el club baraja otros nombres de mayor jerarquía.

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  • I Would Have Fired Comey Without Rosenstein's Letter

    They said Trump was prompted by a scathing memo written by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, only to acknowledge Trump had been planning to fire Comey regardless of the recommendation. One big problem, an official with direct knowledge of the matter told NBC News , was that there long had been no deputy attorney general to organize and coordinate the prosecutorial response.

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  • S Korea leader Moon scraps state-issued history books

    S Korea leader Moon scraps state-issued history books

    The shift came one day after a congratulatory conversation from Xi to Moon Jae-in, the South Korea's newly minted president on Thursday. China has vigorously opposed the deployment of a U.S. He also said he was prepared to go to Pyongyang "if the conditions are right". "I still believe Moon Jae-in faces major difficulties in reversing the THAAD deployment, or even making any kind of modifications", Zhao says.

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  • Ex-congresswoman Found Guilty of Taking Money from Charity

    Corrine Brown guilty of fraudulently taking hundreds of thousands of dollars from a bogus charity following an indictment on federal corruption charges. The judgment marks the end of a long political career for Brown who served in congress for 24 years. Al Lawson of Tallahassee in the Democratic primary.

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  • Christie introduces plan to use lottery revenue for pensions

    Christie introduces plan to use lottery revenue for pensions

    Christie instead wants all marriages involving children under the age of 16 banned, but suggests allowing 16 and 17-year-olds to marry with the oversight of a judge. The new bill requires school districts in New Jersey to give students who meet the graduation requirement and have successfully completed basic training the option to wear their dress uniform rather than the traditional cap and gown.

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  • Liberan a escoltas del

    Liberan a escoltas del "Mini Lic." por errores en detención

    Así lo informó Ciro Gómez Leyva , con base en información de Reforma , que señala que la juez María Elena Cardona Ramos, concluyó como inverosímil el informe policiaco de las capturas y que probablemente hubo allanamiento. En su informe, detallaron que los presuntos criminales los amenazaron y luego corrieron al interior del inmueble de Almenas 85 y dejaron por la puerta abierta, lo que causó que los policías los persiguieran, en el interior realizaron los decomisos antes citados.

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  • Del Potro regresará al circuito para jugar el Masters 1000 de Roma

    Del Potro regresará al circuito para jugar el Masters 1000 de Roma

    El Masters 1000 de Roma, donde se consagraron campeones los argentinos Guillermo Vilas (1980), José Luis Clerc (1981) y Alberto Mancini (1989), se juega sobre polvo de ladrillo y reparte premios por 4.273.775. El tandilense volverá a jugar en el Foro Itálico después de cuatro años. Más allá del gran momento del suizo Roger Federer y del español Rafael Nadal, la Torre de Tandil debería aprovechar el bajón que atraviesan el serbio Novak Djokovic y el escocés Andy Murray para volver a pisar ...

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