• More immigrants arrested, fewer deported under Trump

    More immigrants arrested, fewer deported under Trump

    ICE has arrested 30,473 criminal aliens this year - 20 percent more than the 25,786 arrested over the same period a year ago. "These statistics reflect President Trump's commitment to enforce our immigration laws fairly and across the board", ICE acting director Thomas Homan said in a statement.

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  • Homologarán C4 en todo el país

    Homologarán C4 en todo el país

    El mandatario capitalino resaltó que "desde ahora yo le digo, a la Coordinadora Nacional que por supuesto que la Ciudad de México comparte y va a compartir con mucho agrado el modelo que estamos implementando aquí". "A fin de aportar cómo vamos, cómo se está planteando este arranque, este saque de homologación de los centros de monitoreo", agregó. El secretario de Seguridad Pública, Hiram Almeida, informó que la capital del país cuenta con 21 mil 663 cámaras de videovigilancia.

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  • Torch-Wielding Group Protests Confederate Statue Removal In Va.

    Torch-Wielding Group Protests Confederate Statue Removal In Va.

    But you will not stay in power here. Prominent white nationalist Richard Spencer who popularized the term "alt-right", attended the demonstration. Video taken at the protest shows demonstrators chanting "You will not replace us", "Russia is our friend" and "No more brother war", a white supremacist slogan that invokes unity among those of white European descent.

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  • Q2 Weather: Winter Storm Warning for the Beartooths and Crazies

    Q2 Weather: Winter Storm Warning for the Beartooths and Crazies

    In addition to the snow, the storm could trigger thunderstorms Tuesday and Wednesday in East Idaho. Denver Metro area received 2-8 inches of snow and temperatures will be in the 20's. "Higher elevations are going to have more snow and lower elevations we're thinking much less". First and foremost will come hazardous travel impacts for mountain passes.

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  • Putin offers to give Congress notes of Trump's meeting

    The explosive new development on Tuesday followed a week of tumult at the White House after Trump fired Comey and then discussed sensitive national security information about ISIS with Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov. That Trump said , the day after he fired Flynn, "I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go". Earlier in the night, Chaffetz tweeted that he has his "subpoena pen ready".

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  • Iran election: Jahangiri withdraws and endorses Rouhani

    The others are First Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri at 3%, former Culture Minister Mostafa Mirsalim at 3%, and former Mines and Industries Minister Mostafa Hashemi-Taba at 2%. Some observers note the majority of Iranians tend to pick the "anti-establishment" candidate in the line-up of regime-approved contenders. He has never been under any illusion about the difficulties of the relationship, telling USA journalists in 2002: "America is not keen on independent countries".

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  • AFC postpones Malaysia v North Korea tie in Pyongyang

    AFC postpones Malaysia v North Korea tie in Pyongyang

    In a statement , the AFC said the highly sensitive fixture "will now be re-scheduled for the next best available Federation Internationale de Football Association match-day which is Thursday, October 5, 2017". The venue of the match will again be decided by AFC, after a number of matches and competitions that are scheduled to take place in North Korea. A few hours before the reschedule was announced, South Korean President Moon Jae-In, said there was a 'high possibility' of conflict with ...

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  • Venezuelans again shut down capital to protest government

    Venezuelans again shut down capital to protest government

    Thousands of protesters, some in cars and on motorcycles, took to the streets of Caracas on Saturday, clashing with riot police in the latest round of mass demonstrations in the nation's capital. The protests were triggered by a government move to nullify the opposition-controlled Supreme Court, but have morphed into a general airing of grievances against the unpopular socialist administration.

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  • Where's the Digital? Tech Asks of Trump's Chinese Trade Deal

    Where's the Digital? Tech Asks of Trump's Chinese Trade Deal

    And the new agreements also formalize the ability of China to import natural gas from the United States; China already imports significant volumes of USA liquefied natural gas. Ricketts has long had his eye on China , visiting in both 2015 and 2016 in hopes of smoothing the way for Nebraska beef . Being locked out of the world's largest market for 13 years, we welcome this announcement.

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  • USA officials warn Trump against moving U.S. embassy to Jerusalem

    Trump will embark on his first worldwide trip since taking office on Friday and begin with visits to Saudi Arabia, Israel and the West Bank and Italy. Republican mega-donor Sheldon Adelson, who will be in Israel during Trump's visit, was reportedly "furious" about Tillerson's comments on the embassy.

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  • TMC wins four municipalities, GJM retains three

    TMC wins four municipalities, GJM retains three

    In Pujali TMC won 12 seats and BJP got 2 while the Left Congress alliance got one. BJP didn't manage to win a large number of seats in the polls alone, but it shouldn't be seen as the end of the road for the national party, which has invested a lot of political capital in the state recently.

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  • World leaders react to Macron's win

    The En Marche! party will now be called Republique en Marche, or Republic on the Move, party Secretary General Richard Ferrand said at a press conference in Paris on Monday. Macron's movement would need to win 290 seats to secure a majority. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu did not address National Front's gains in the vote in a statement congratulating Macron.

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  • President Trump top aides face sack

    Panic reportedly ensued in the White House as staffers scrambled to alert Trump to the forgery before he had time to tweet about it. Trump himself has said that the press shouldn't take anything he puts quotations around so literally. "They have this system in place to get things on his desk now", a White House official told POLITICO . It's even more important with someone like [Trump].

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  • France's Hollande nears exit as party falls apart

    France's Hollande nears exit as party falls apart

    Ravaged by a bitter campaign against defeated far right leader Marine Le Pen and without an established party behind him, Mr Macron's most immediate hurdle will be in June's legislative elections for France's Parliament. This week former prime minister Manuel Valls shocked his Socialist party by saying it was "dead" and announcing he wanted to be a candidate under Macron's banner.

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  • Some Republicans express concern over Comey firing, call for special prosecutor

    Some Republicans express concern over Comey firing, call for special prosecutor

    I said if it's possible, would you let me know am I under investigation. Just 26 percent think the firing was unrelated to the investigation. White House officials initially said Trump acted on a Justice Department recommendation, but the president later said he would have fired Comey anyway, calling the former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief a "showboat".

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  • Google 'Smart Reply' Headed to Gmail for iOS, Android

    Google 'Smart Reply' Headed to Gmail for iOS, Android

    According to a press release announcing the feature, users can choose to send one of the provided replies immediately, or they can edit and customize the message before sending. So does this mean Google is reading every single one of your emails? And as Google's Deepmind continues to beat champion Go players and improve its intelligence, one can only wonder what Google's next AI-powered tool or service will be.

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  • Periodistas protestan en Segob por el asesinato Javier Valdez

    La semana pasada, Javier Valdez había publicado en su columna Malayerba del semanario RíoDoce , que fundó en 2003 en Culiacán, un texto, " El Licenciado ", contando la historia de un adicto apodado El Demonio , y cómo llegó a ser el favorito de Dámaso López, alias El Licenciado , recién detenido en Ciudad de México , tras ser identificado como jefe del cártel de Sinaloa , luego de la deportación de Joaquín Guzmán Loera.

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  • Results a sign voters want parties 'to work together,' Clark says

    Regardless of the outcome of the last riding, no party would be able to win the 44 seats necessary to govern with a majority in the 87-seat legislature. Horgan told reporters he meant to wait for the election's final outcome on May 24 before talking further about government scenarios, adding he would be willing to work with any party.

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  • Pound (GBP) Investors Less Optimistic after Bank of England (BoE) 'Super Thursday'

    The UK economy is likely to grow slightly more slowly and inflation increase more sharply than the Bank of England initially expected, it said on Thursday as it otherwise left its main policy levers unaltered. Real income growth, to use our terminology, will be negative. The pound is now trading down 0.57 percent against the dollar and 0.39 percent against the Euro (1320GMT).

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  • New Google Photos features

    New Google Photos features

    The proposed use case is as follows: you take a picture of one of your friends, and, rather than you forgetting about it and letting it rot in your library, Google Photos nudges you to share it with the people recognized in the picture.

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  • Periodistas protestan en el Ángel contra asesinatos

    Valdez, un experto en temas de narcotráfico y crimen organizado que colaboraba con varios medios y con el diario " La Jornada ", fue atacado a disparos por unos desconocidos cuando se dirigía a las oficinas del semanario "Riodoce" , el cual cofundó en 2003 y por el que recibió varios reconocimientos junto a su equipo de trabajo.

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  • What is impeachment? What does it mean for Donald Trump?

    WASHINGTON - The Republican chairman of the House oversight committee says he will seek copies of any memos former FBI Director James Comey wrote about his meetings with President Donald Trump. In addition Trump is facing pointed questions about his discussions with Russian diplomats during which he is reported to have disclosed classified information.

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  • Officials piece together events before nursing home shooting

    Authorities say Steven Eric Disario, who headed the Kirkersville Police Department, and two nursing home employees have been killed by a gunman who was later found dead inside the care facility. Authorities said Sunday they didn't immediately have any new information to release. His relationship with Medrano ended with court filings ― and in the days prior to the shooting, she sought a protection order because she feared for her life.

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  • Syria war: Turkey will never accept United States alliance with Kurds - Erdogan

    Syria war: Turkey will never accept United States alliance with Kurds - Erdogan

    Fighting erupted among protesters outside the Turkish ambassador's residence, resulting in multiple injuries and two arrests-one for aggravated assault and one for assault on a police officer, a city police spokesman said. We should be proud of these people willing to stand up and risk their lives against the evil terrorist of the Islamic State who want to drag people back to a barbaric 7th Century Caliphate.

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  • What we know about Comey's memo to Trump

    U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan tried to tamp down the furor on Wednesday over reports that President Donald Trump asked former FBI Director James Comey to quash part of his Russian Federation investigation, saying "we need the facts" and adding he has confidence in the president.

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  • Trump shared 'highly classified' info with Russians, says report

    But there was nothing wrong with that, he insisted. But then Trump seemingly admitted sharing information, tweeting Tuesday: "As President I wanted to share with Russian Federation. While not unprecedented, it is rare for a foreign minister to be granted bilateral talks in the inner sanctum of the White House with a USA president as Lavrov was.

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  • UK police arrest 4 in London anti-terror raids

    UK police arrest 4 in London anti-terror raids

    The plot is linked to the United Kingdom, the Metropolitan Police said. The U.K. has been on high alert; last month police officers shot one woman and detained six other individuals in anti-terror raids in London and Kent. British officials have set the threat level from global terrorism at "severe", indicating an attack is highly likely. Officers are also searching five residential address in the area and a business address, also in East London.

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