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  • Michelle Obama: Why make school lunches political?

    Michelle Obama: Why make school lunches political?

    Obama said: "Being former is alright.") But by far her most pointed comments were about the recent delays to the menu-labeling rules and the changes to the school lunch program. "We have a lot more work to do, for sure, but we've got to make sure we don't let anybody take us back because the question is, where are we going back to?" She vowed to continue fighting for a healthier America.

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  • Islamic State Dealt 'Significant' Blow After Afghanistan Raids

    The Interior Ministry stated that the airstrikes killed 34 ISIS fighters over the past 24 hours and destroyed an insurgent-controlled radio station in Nangarhar province. The Pentagon says Logari directed the March 8 attack against Kabul National Military Hospital, which killed over 50 people and wounded more than 100.

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  • Ciberataque global afecta a 74 países, según empresa rusa Kaspersky

    Hasta el momento, el ataque no ha afectado a infraestructuras críticas. Con todo, Rusia ha sido el escenario del mayor número de ataques , según Kaspersky , aunque medios locales no han informado de ningún caso destacado. "Una ventana emergente de un virus de bitcoin se ha infiltrado en la red, pidiendo a los usuarios el pago de 300 dólares a cambio de permitir el acceso al sistema ".

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  • Triunfa mexicana indocumentada en EU, aplazan su deportación

    Triunfa mexicana indocumentada en EU, aplazan su deportación

    Ese mismo objetivo es el que tiene el también mexicano Hernández García, quien dijo que después de hoy, un día de celebración, mañana volverán a trabajar para apoyar a los indocumentados que les necesitan. Según la información provista por Jennifer Piper, del American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) y portavoz del Movimiento Santuario en Denver , Hernández y Vizguerra pueden ser unas de las últimas personas que se beneficien de los proyectos de ley privados.

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  • Truck driver charged in 7-vehicle crash that killed 4 people: OPP

    Truck driver charged in 7-vehicle crash that killed 4 people: OPP

    They previously said four people in the same auto died when their vehicle caught fire during the crash. Their auto caught fire in the course of the collision. Work to identify them is ongoing. Two others, a tractor-trailer driver and the commercial truck driver, were seriously injured and taken to hospital in Kingston.

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  • Producción industrial se mantuvo sin cambios en marzo: INEGI

    Producción industrial se mantuvo sin cambios en marzo: INEGI

    Por componentes, la Generación, transmisión y distribución de energía eléctrica, suministro de agua y de gas por ductos al consumidor final aumentó 0.5% y la Minería lo hizo en 0.1%; mientras que las Industrias manufactureras disminuyeron 0.3% y la construcción 0.2% en el tercer mes de este año frente al mes inmediato anterior.

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  • Russia Invades White House

    The Russian government then distributed these photos to their state run media organization, which were picked up by the worldwide photo wires. White House officials had allowed Scherbak, described by the delegation as Lavrov's photographer, to record the meeting, claiming they didn't know he also works for TASS.

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  • Ejecutan a balazos a conocido abogado en Mazatlán

    Ejecutan a balazos a conocido abogado en Mazatlán

    Según el reporte preliminar que se emitió por la Secretaría de Seguridad Pública Municipal , la víctima, quien fungió como secretario del ayuntamiento de Mazatlán , en el trienio del priísta, Jorge Abel Sánchez López (2008-2010), fue atacado por una sola persona armada con una pistola.

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  • Asiste Macron a su primer acto oficial como presidente electo

    El primer ministro nipón Shinzo Abe calificó la victoria del socioliberal y proeuropeo Emmanuel Macron como un "voto de confianza en la Unión Europea" y una " victoria " sobre los movimientos proteccionistas. Trabajaré para restaurar los lazos más profundos entre Europa y los ciudadanos, enviando desde Francia un mensaje de fraternidad común”. El presidente electo señaló antes del balotaje que Ángela Merkel sería la primera líder internacional con la que se reuniría.

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  • Philippines blast injures 14 as Asean leaders gather

    Philippines blast injures 14 as Asean leaders gather

    He also denied that China attempted to influence the Asean heads of states to ensure that the worldwide court's ruling invalidating its "historic rights" to the South China Sea and the non-reclamation and non-militarization activities would be removed from the joint statement.

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  • Police find woman who was struck by vehicle, taken by men

    Police find woman who was struck by vehicle, taken by men

    That vehicle, described as a dark sedan, possibly a Hyundai, hit the woman. Police say the woman was then seen getting out of the SUV before standing in front of the darker vehicle. The woman was located sometime this afternoon, but police say they've yet to speak with her about what transpired this morning. A woman who lives near the parking lot where the incident happened told CTV News Toronto that she heard the commotion from inside her home.

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  • Real Madrid-Juventus, la Final de la Champions League

    Al obtener el boleto, el once merengue está en condiciones de convertirse en el primero en repetir la corona europea desde la creación de la Liga de Campeones , en 1992. Soñó despierto el Atlético con dos goles en apenas quince minutos para encender la fe de una hinchada entregada a la causa. Pese al tropiezo ante, el público en el Vicente Calderón ovacionó a sus jugadores tras el silbatazo final .

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  • Ordenan en EE.UU. penas más severas para delitos por drogas

    Ordenan en EE.UU. penas más severas para delitos por drogas

    En un memorando de dos páginas, Sessions dijo a los fiscales federales de todo el país que, cuando atiendan un caso, presenten los cargos más serios que se puedan probar en un tribunal. Los fiscales tendrán en cuenta el tipo de droga y la cantidad por encima de otros factores. Bajo la política anterior, un acusado detenido con un kilo de heroína, cinco kilos de cocaína o un kilo de mariguana podía evitar enfrentar una sentencia mandataria de 10 años de prisión, sí cumplía con los criterios ...

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  • Morecambe Bay hospitals hit by NHS cyber attack

    Morecambe Bay hospitals hit by NHS cyber attack

    York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has said its system is completely down at all of its hospitals, including York, Scarborough, Malton and Selby. A spokesperson for Dumfries and Galloway healthboard stated: "Three GP practices have been initially affected and we are taking precautionary measures to prevent any others being affected".

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  • Trump's comments on Comey 'detestable — Former FBI agent

    White House officials offered a somewhat different version Wednesday of how Trump came to fire Comey, casting his decision as one that reflected an "erosion of confidence" that had always been in the making. "He said, 'You are not under investigation'". "The timing and the reasons for this decision made little sense to me", said North Carolina Senator Richard Burr.

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  • South Korea's prez scraps state textbooks to 'normalise history education'

    South Korea's prez scraps state textbooks to 'normalise history education'

    The previous government initially planned to make the state-authored textbooks as the only option available to educators but later said that schools would be able to choose between them and approved texts from commercial publishers. During their conversation, both agreed to pursue the goal of denuclearization of Korean peninsula. While South Korea, China and Japan all share worry about North Korea, ties between South Korea and China have been strained by South Korea's decision to install a ...

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  • Nuevo tiroteo dejó a un hombre muerto y un herido — Valparaíso

    Nuevo tiroteo dejó a un hombre muerto y un herido — Valparaíso

    El hecho se registró en calle Errázuriz, cuando un grupo de individuos disparó contra dos sujetos cuando estos se encontraban en un vehículo . La persona herida recibió impactos de bala en sus brazos y piernas. Este es la tercer tiroteo que se registra durante este mes en calles céntricas de la comuna porteña, tras el asesinato de un joven de 18 años ocurrido a metros del Congreso Nacional y luego de que un hombre muriera frente a la Municipalidad de Valparaíso .

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  • Gisela Berger abandonó su casa por miedo

    Gisela Berger abandonó su casa por miedo

    Pero tras la aparición de unos prohibidos y escandalosos chats entre el ex gobernador bonaerense y la mediática Sofía Clérici , la joven modelo y futura mamá primeriza intentó evadir el dolor del engaño pero las palabras de su ahora ex pareja, quien este miércoles contó su embarazo en una entrevista junto a Jorge Rial por América 24, reabrieron las heridas.

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  • US lawmakers grill airline executives after customer disasters

    US lawmakers grill airline executives after customer disasters

    Airlines are racing to alter policies for passengers bumped from flights as consumer groups demand changes in the law and Congress opens the first of two hearings prompted by the United incident. In March, the administration said it was suspending an effort to draft a regulation requiring more disclosure of airline fees. Alaska Airlines told the committee Tuesday that it's considering changes to its overbooking policy, but American Airlines has said it has no plans to end the practice.

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  • Trump to meet top Russian diplomat

    Trump to meet top Russian diplomat

    Shcherbak was initially identified as Lavrov's official photographer; however, it was later discovered that he is a photojournalist from Russia's state-owned news agency TASS . Fourth from right is Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Sergei Kislyak. With all the communication between Russian government officials and the presidential campaign of Donald Trump, you'd think someone at the White House would know that the Kremlin is home to professional trolls.

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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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