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  • Ad Buy Seeks to Defend Ryan, House GOP After Health Care Vote

    House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., said he was not concerned about political fallout because of the vote. "Thank Paul Ryan and House Republicans for keeping their word and fighting for the health care we deserve". If you can make out anything above the din of liberal shrieks, you would think the American Health Care Act turns Medicaid recipients into soylent green.

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  • Trump urges Liberty U grads to stand up to criticism

    Trump urges Liberty U grads to stand up to criticism

    It is not surprising, therefore, the President of the Liberty University Jerry Falwell Jr. openly declared in his address, "that Trump's Presidency has benefited the Christian community in the US". As part of the controversy, The New York Times reported that Trump demanded Comey pledge his loyalty during a dinner earlier this year. Trump said he was reaching out to "very well known" candidates, calling them "outstanding people".

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  • China offers billions for new Silk Road initiative

    The May 14-15 summit, which is expected to strengthen Xi's power base as he gets set to begin his second five-year tenure later this year, will be attended by 29 heads of state and government, including Russian President Vladimir Putin . Australia is receptive to exploring commercial opportunities China's new Silk Road presents to the country's businesses, but any decisions would remain incumbent on national interest, Australian Trade Minister Steven Ciobo said on Sunday.

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  • US Senate Democrats may refuse to vote on Trump FBI pick: Schumer

    US Senate Democrats may refuse to vote on Trump FBI pick: Schumer

    The Democratic leader also repeated his call for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to resign, saying that Sessions' involvement in Comey's firing might have violated his recusal from the Russian Federation investigation in early March and that he has asked the inspector general to look into Sessions' role in Comey's ouster.

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  • Autoridades investigan presunta ejecución extrajudicial cometida por un militar — México

    El pasado 3 de mayo el Ejército se enfrentó a un grupo de ladrones de combustible, identificados como " huachicoleros ", sobre la carretera. Este miércoles se dio a conocer un video que capta el momento en que militares que se enfrentaban con " huachicoleros " en la localidad de Palmarito , Puebla , en la grabación se puede ver a uno de los uniformados realizando una presunta ejecución extrajudicial a un civil.

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  • Amtrak engineer faces charges in fatal 2015 derailment

    Epstein says state Attorney General Josh Shapiro could also negotiate a plea or take time to evaluate the case. "I commend our outstanding team in the office of the Attorney General, (which) worked diligently and thoughtfully around the clock to enable us to be in this position to pursue justice on behalf of the victims of this deadly crash", Shapiro said.

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  • BC has first minority government in 65 years

    With a majority elusive, the three probable seats for the Greens now raises the serious possibility that Weaver and his caucus may hold the balance of power in a minority government. He suggested he saw no reasons why a minority government "can't last a full term" of four years. "We offered people a change that they could count on and British Columbians delivered that change tonight", said Weaver.

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  • Trump Interview With Lester Holt: Russia Ties 'Made Up' Story by Democrats

    In citing their conversations, Trump is nearly certainly referring to the three occasions on which he says he and Comey spoke and Comey, according to the president, told him he was not under investigation. "I'm not talking about anything else", he said. "I was going to fire regardless of recommendation". Some senior officials have discussed nominating Rep.

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  • Trump suggests 'good chance' for Mideast peace

    Trump suggests 'good chance' for Mideast peace

    In doing so, Trump committed his administration to helping to resolve the decades-old conflict, something his three direct predecessors have failed to achieve. "We had planned to meet in Moscow, but he didn't show up", Mr Abbas said, referring to Russian efforts several months ago to set up talks. I have no idea if Trump was getting a simultaneous translation when Abbas was talking, but watch his body language.

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  • Telefonica, other Spanish firms hit in 'ransomware' attack

    A "massive" ransomware attack has paralysed work at various Spanish firms. Hacks have disrupted services provided by hospitals, police departments, public transportation systems and utilities in the United States and Europe. " News (of this attack) has been exaggerated and our colleagues are working on it right now", Chema Alonso, Telefonica's chief data officer and a well-known cyber security expert, said in a message on Twitter .

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  • Nations battle cyberattack damages; UK focuses on hospitals

    Nations battle cyberattack damages; UK focuses on hospitals

    Two security firms - Kaspersky Lab and Avast - said they identified the malicious software in more than 70 countries. In the U.S., FedEx reported that its Windows computers were "experiencing interference" from malware, but wouldn't say if it had been hit by ransomware.

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  • Reportan 120 damnificados tras sistema frontal en Chile

    Reportan 120 damnificados tras sistema frontal en Chile

    Además, el profesional indicó que existen casi 39 mil clientes que no tienen el servicio de agua potable y más 7.400 no tienen suministro eléctrico. "Durante la madrugada, producto de la activación de quebradas y como parte del plan de emergencia de la Región de Atacama, se debió evacuar varias localidades de Tierra Amarilla, Chañaral , Diego de Almagro y Freirina", explicó Toro.

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  • Sister: Weakened 'Sandra Bland Act' in Texas 'gut-wrenching'

    Sister: Weakened 'Sandra Bland Act' in Texas 'gut-wrenching'

    A leaner "Sandra Bland Act" enters the home stretch of the Texas Legislature far from the sweeping package of police accountability and anti-racial profiling measures originally filed in March. Authorities say Bland told a jailer during booking that she had previously tried to kill herself. Family, friends as well as activists have all questioned whether she killed herself, which adds to the frustration over the fact the bill has become one about mental health and not how those arrested are ...

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  • Ohio police chief, 2 nursing home employees killed; gunman dead

    Hartless' auto was found at the Flying-J at Interstate 70 and Route 158, about a mile and a quarter from the scene. The facility is open to the public, the Dispatch noted, so family and friends can visit the residents, though WOSU reported the shooter would have had to have someone let them into the facility or have an access code to enter.

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  • Mom hits son who didn't give her Mother's Day card

    Mom hits son who didn't give her Mother's Day card

    A SC mother allegedly hit her son multiple times after the boy made a Mother's Day card for his grandmother and not her. The Palm Beach Post reported that when officers arrived they found two children being comforted by their grandmother.

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  • In Iran Quake kills two, injures hundreds: state media

    In Iran Quake kills two, injures hundreds: state media

    The quake, which struck at 1800 GMT Saturday in and around the city of Bojnurd, North Khorasan province, killed a 54-year-old woman and a teenage girl, ISNA news agency reported. He added that 80% of the injured and survivors of the incident have been relocated in tents, according to ( IRNA ) news agency. Almost 177 injured were hospitalised and 223 more received medical aid on the spot, according to rescue officials.

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  • UK Labour deputy leader warns of 'Thatcher style' landslide

    London, May 12 britain's main opposition leader has accused Prime Minister Theresa May of pandering to an "erratic" United States administration, as defence and security take center-stage in the United Kingdom election campaign. He said he supported military action "as a genuine last resort" but accused recent British and US governments of "bomb first, talk later" policies.

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  • Poll gives UK Conservatives big lead ahead of June election

    And he admitted Labour had a "mountain to climb" before voting day, although the party is determined and the final manifesto, a draft of which was leaked on Wednesday, contains "terrifically exciting" ideas. Corbyn said he would take a different direction, calling the USA -led "war on terror" a failure. They have not increased our security at home - rather the opposite - and they have caused destabilisation and devastation overseas.

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  • FEPADE solicita a diputados retirar fuero a Eva Cadena

    FEPADE solicita a diputados retirar fuero a Eva Cadena

    La investigación en su contra es por violación al artículo 15 de la Ley General en Materia de Delitos Electorales , el cual señala que se castigará a la persona que "realice, destine, utilice o reciba aportaciones de dinero o en especie a favor de algún precandidato, candidato, partido político, coalición o agrupación política cuando exista una prohibición legal para ello, o cuando los fondos o bienes tengan un origen ilícito, o en montos que rebasen los permitidos por la ley".

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  • Trump 'cannot imagine that Russian Federation is pleased' with North Korean missile test

    Trump 'cannot imagine that Russian Federation is pleased' with North Korean missile test

    Australia has condemned North Korea for its "reckless and provocative" move. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told reporters Sunday that the launch is "absolutely unacceptable" and that Japan will respond resolutely. Pacific Command said that "the flight is not consistent with an intercontinental ballistic missile". The launch will also complicate Moon's efforts to mend ties with China that have been strained by a decision by South Korea's former government to deploy a USA anti-missile defence ...

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  • Man dies on Las Vegas Strip after police choke, taze him

    Man dies on Las Vegas Strip after police choke, taze him

    Still unable to get the man to comply to orders, officers then used a neck restraint to control him, police said. Metro says a uniformed officer was trying to stop a man when he ran away. The in-custody death is being reviewed by Metro's Force Investigation Team & Critical Incident Review Team. It happened in the 3300 block of Las Vegas Boulevard near the Venetian just before 1 am.

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  • Emmanuel Macron arrives for inauguration ceremony

    Emmanuel Macron arrives for inauguration ceremony

    A former economy minister, Mr Macron quit Mr Hollande's Socialist government past year to launch his independent bid. Macron then walked alone across the cobblestones of the Champs-Elysees avenue to the Arc de Triomphe, where he lay a wreath and re-ignited the flame at the tomb of the unknown soldier.

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  • Rechazamos el vandalismo en Caja Seca

    Rechazamos el vandalismo en Caja Seca

    La información fue confirmada al diario Panorama por el alcalde de la jurisdicción, Humberto Franka . Aproximadamente a las 6:30 de la tarde comenzó el vandalismo, a pesar de que efectivos de la Guardia Nacional Bolivariana (GNB) intentaron dispersar a los revoltosos.

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  • Jefe de Estado llamó a activar una Constituyente Educativa

    Recordó que la convocatoria a Constituyente no necesita de un referendo, según como aseveran algunos voceros de oposición, pues la Constitución de 1991 establece el instrumento jurídico, algo que no sucedía con la Carta Magna de 1961. Al respecto, Valdez rechazó la matriz de opinión que han pretendido mantener partidos opositores sobre las facultades del Jefe de Estado en la materia y, en ese sentido, dijo: "No debemos decir y no podemos decir que el Presidente no es el pueblo; el Presidente ...

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  • Ciberataque extorsionador afectó a Paraguay y un centenar de países

    Entre los países implicados figura España, el Reino Unido, Turquía, India, Ucrania, donde ha afectado al funcionamiento de compañías estatales y hospitales, aunque, por el momento, no a infraestructura vital o estratégica. Entre otras medidas, Kaspersky recomienda instalar cuanto antes el patch oficial de Microsoft que cierra la vulnerabilidad utilizada para realizar el ataque.

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  • Emmanuel Macron, el presidente más joven de la historia de Francia

    Theresa May, primera ministra de Reino Unido; Angela Merkel , canciller alemana y Jean-Claude, presidente de la Comisión Europea, han mandado felicitaciones a Macron . La transferencia de poder a Macron ocurrirá el domingo, anunció el presidente saliente François Hollande . En cuanto a las elecciones legislativas de junio, Le Pen prometió "constituir una nueva fuerza política" y pidió "a todos los patriotas" unirse a ella.

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