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  • Lee Baca Sentenced To Three Years in Prison

    Lee Baca Sentenced To Three Years in Prison

    The Los Angeles Times reported that Baca, 74, is in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease. In March, a jury convicted Baca of conspiracy to obstruct justice, obstruction of justice and making false statement to federal investigators. Furious about the learning his department was under investigation, he told the local FBI head and top federal prosecutor he was ready to "gun up" for battle with them and stated: "I'm the goddamn sheriff, these are my goddamn jails".

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  • North Korea missile test a 'threat to international peace'

    Graham said details about Sunday's missile "point to a new threshold of capability potentially crossed", adding that engineers "may well be able to draw warhead re-entry data from that which is applicable to their ICBM ambitions". Kim Dong-yub of Kyungnam University's Institute of Far Eastern Studies in Seoul said he estimated a standard trajectory would give it a range of 6,000 km (3,700 miles).

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  • US Ambassador to Qatar tweets rare rebuke of Trump

    US Ambassador to Qatar tweets rare rebuke of Trump

    The US ambassador to Qatar has expressed her dissatisfaction with political events back home in a decidedly undiplomatic message posted on social media. Foreign diplomats posted in DC were trying to get clarity after the latest twist in U.S. domestic politics but said they don't expect it anytime soon.

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  • North Korea Missile Lands Near Russia

    It was not immediately clear what type of ballistic missile was launched, the seventh such firing this year, although the US Pacific Command said that "the flight is not consistent with an intercontinental ballistic missile". David Wright, co-director of the Global Security Program at the Union of Concerned Scientists, said the missile could have a range of 4,500 kilometers (about 2,800 miles) if flown on a standard, instead of a lofted, trajectory - considerably longer than Pyongyang's ...

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  • Short Interest in Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO) Declines By 3.5%

    Cisco plans to acquire MindMeld, a San Francisco-based startup that's built a conversational AI platform for enterprises, for $125 million.The platform also offers broad vocabulary natural language understanding, knowledge graph indexing and question answering, dialogue management and dialogue state tracking, and large scale training data generation and management.

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  • Harvard professor: Trump regards himself as above the law

    Harvard professor: Trump regards himself as above the law

    Tribe said, "He's shown no respect for the rule of law". "It's staggering-for all the weird things that have happened in these 112 or 113 days, this is really like the 13th chime of a clock", Tribe continued. "Our Constitution's last resort for situations of that kind is to get the person out of office". "We need an independent counsel, but we also need an independent Congress".

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  • BC Liberals take Kootenay-East by 27 per cent

    Weaver's role in a potential minority was a hot topic during the final days of the campaign. In three ridings she examined, it appeared the Greens may have split the left vote and allowed the Liberals to win but there were eight ridings where the increase in Green vote share came disproportionally from the Liberals.

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  • White House says missile should worry Russia

    It also comes after repeated warnings from President Donald Trump to North Korea to stop - and China to crack down on its errant neighbor. Euan Graham, an expert on North Korea at Australia's Lowy Institute, said it seemed to be a self-defeating move by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

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  • Sally Yates Was the Real Blackmailer

    Sally Yates Was the Real Blackmailer

    Yes, the President took his time to fire Flynn, and only after information of Flynn's actions became public. President Obama previously warned Trump about Flynn. Why doesn't the media report on this? "Director Clapper reiterated what everybody, including the fake media already knows- there is "no evidence" of collusion w/ Russian Federation and Trump", he wrote .

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  • Former intel chief:

    Former intel chief: "Our institutions are under assault" by Trump

    The comment came after Tapper asked if a line had been crossed when Trump fired former FBI Director James Comey last week. And now, ex-intelligence chief James Clapper - who worked for President Barack Obama - worries that the USA democratic system of checks and balances and the separation of powers among three equal branches of government is being threatened by the current president.

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  • Head of Islamic State in Afghanistan Abdul Hasib killed, claims President Ghani

    In July, former President Barack Obama said that 8,400 US troops would remain in Afghanistan this year, reversing earlier plans to reduce the force to 5,500. "To date, the campaign has liberated over half of the districts that ISIS-K controlled, which has allowed local residents to return to their homes for the first time in more than two years", the statement added.

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  • France swears in new leader: Emmanuel Macron

    France's new President has already appointed Alexis Kohler on Sunday as secretary general of the Elysee palace, the most powerful role among presidential staff, while career diplomat Philippe Etienne was named as his top foreign policy advisor.

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  • Syria Says UN Peacekeepers Won't Be Deployed In Safe Zones

    Syria Says UN Peacekeepers Won't Be Deployed In Safe Zones

    Russia, Turkey and Iran agreed to a cease-fire between Syrian government and opposition forces in four undecided locations. These zones are being created in mainly opposition held territory within Syria. "Iran's activities in Syria have only contributed to the violence, not stopped it". "Despite these violations, we can still say that hostilities have dropped", said Observatory head Rami Abdel Rahman.

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  • France's Macron to unveil list of candidates for new party

    His party is changing its name to La Republique En Marche (Republic on the Move) as it prepares a list of candidates for next month's parliamentary elections. "It mustn't become normal that right-wing extremists and populists achieve such strong results", Roth said. Le Pen told party backers that the National Front party would undergo a "profound transformation" following the loss.

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  • Alemania: el partido de Merkel gana una elección regional clave

    Alemania: el partido de Merkel gana una elección regional clave

    Armin Laschet , festeja su victoria. Los otros vencedores de la jornada eran el Partido Liberal (FDP), que se dispararon como tercera fuerza con un 12 % de los apoyos, mientras que la ultraderechista Alternativa para Alemania (AfD) logró un sólido 7,8 % y el acceso a la cámara regional decimotercera, del total de dieciséis "Länder" del país.

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  • China pledges $124 bln for new Silk Road, says open to everyone

    Some of China's most reliable allies and partners are attending the forum including Russian President Vladimir Putin, Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen and Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev. Embassy in Beijing . Hammond offered strong support for what China formally calls the Belt and Road initiative, as he spoke at the opening of a summit on the plan in Beijing .

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  • China pledges $124bn for new Silk Road, says open to everyone

    Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif meets Chinese President Xi Jinping ahead of the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing , China May 13, 2017. China welcomes all countries to a forum this weekend on it's new Silk Road plan, the foreign ministry said on Saturday, disregarding the United States' warning that the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's (DPRK) attendance could affect other countries' participation.

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  • President Trump says 'perfect accuracy' from surrogates isn't possible

    Asked about that, Huckabee Sanders told reporters that providing information about Trump's rationale is "above my pay grade". 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.

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  • North Korea test-fires ballistic missile, challenges newly elected leader in South

    Pyongyang has been rapidly advancing its missile program, with a stated goal of achieving a functioning intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) that could threaten the USA mainland. "These repeated missile launches by North Korea are a grave threat to our country and are in clear violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions", Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told reporters.

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  • Pedestrian Struck, Killed By Hit-Run Driver In Wilmington

    The driver fled the scene without stopping. Police say they don't know if alcohol or drug use on behalf of the man walking on the highway was a factor in the crash. The name of the victim was being withheld pending the notification of his family. Anyone with information is asked to contact Sergeant Philip Dzielak at 302-365-8484.

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  • Windows 10 gets more goodies with the Fall Creators Update

    Windows 10 gets more goodies with the Fall Creators Update

    Windows 10 on ARM translates all the x86 instructions to ARM64 at runtime so as the user gets the exact same experience regardless of what their base hardware is. Microsoft also debuted its plans for virtual reality, which it is calling "mixed reality" and launched a new motion controller that works with a variety of VR headsets, including its own HoloLens.

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  • Michael Flynn ordered to hand documents to Senate committee

    Michael Flynn ordered to hand documents to Senate committee

    President Trump said he didn't feel a sense of urgency in firing his national security adviser on conversation with top administrative lawyers. On 8 May the former acting United States attorney general said she warned President Trump's administration in January that Michael Flynn "could be blackmailed" by Russian officials.

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  • Irían por lavado de dinero

    Menciona que es indignante que Eva Cadena , como integrante del grupo legislativo de Morena , en su calidad de presidenta de la Comisión de Medio Ambiente, Recursos Naturales y Cambio Climático del Congreso de Veracruz , se haya atrevido a cobrar un millón de pesos por impulsar el dictamen de modificación a la Ley de Protección Ambiental.

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  • Syria violence kills 4, wounds child despite safe zones

    Syria violence kills 4, wounds child despite safe zones

    The evacuation began days after regime backers Russian Federation and Iran and rebel supporter Turkey signed a deal to implement "de-escalation zones" where the government and opposition will halt hostilities. Rudskoi also told reporters that Russian Federation wanted to restore an agreement with the United States to coordinate air operations over Syria and reduce the risk of aircraft colliding.

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