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  • Bruce Springsteen Takes Aim At Donald Trump In New Protest Anthem

    Bruce Springsteen Takes Aim At Donald Trump In New Protest Anthem

    The anti-Trump track by Grushecky and the Houserockers premiered today on Sirius XM's E Street Radio, and is now available for purchase on Grushecky's website and streaming services. Grushecky, whose backing band The Houserockers often play alongside Springsteen at the annual Light of Day festival in Asbury Park, will play the city's Wonder Bar July 8 .

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  • Ivanka Trump's fight to trademark her first name is raising some eyebrows

    Ivanka Trump's fight to trademark her first name is raising some eyebrows

    A top Democrat on the House Oversight Committee blasted the family of President Donald Trump on Tuesday, saying that the approval in China of patents for Ivanka Trump set a new bar for ethical conflicts. "I hate shopping, and I will go get some myself today", Conway said on national television in February. One business school student said that when she wakes up in the morning, she often asks herself, "What would Ivanka do?" In a statement, her lawyer says, " Ivanka has had no involvement ...

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  • Fresno gunman gave police blow-by-blow of shootings of 3 men

    Muhammad, who is black, fired 16 rounds in less than two minutes at four places within a block, shooting men who simply appeared to be going about their daily business, police said. Police say Kori Ali Muhammad on Tuesday singled out white victims and killed them at random because he believed there was a war going on between blacks and whites in America.

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  • DACA Protected Immigrant Who Was Deported Is Now Suing Trump Administration

    Customs and Border Protection said Montes was arrested after climbing over a border fence in downtown Calexico and admitted under oath that he had entered the country illegally. But the agency now said Montes "lost his DACA status when he left the United States without advance parole on an unknown date prior to his arrest" by the border patrol on February 19.

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  • Mike Pence advierte a Corea del Norte

    Mike Pence advierte a Corea del Norte "No nos pongan a prueba"

    Lee, que desertó después de servir durante seis años en una de estas unidades clandestinas, dijo al diario británico que "el mejor caso [para su antigua unidad] sería reunirlos y llevarlos al Norte, pero si no tenían que mantener a los extranjeros como rehenes en Corea del Sur (...), pero todos serán asesinados, pase lo que pase".

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  • PlayStation 4 Is A Favorite Hiding Place Of Hideous Cockroaches, Here's Why

    If roaches can't reach it, they can't move in. The roaches - and their offspring - can melt onto the system's hardware, rendering the console powerless, according to multiple console fix professionals Kotaku interviewed. Yet most players don't even notice the houseguests living under their TV. He said that the top two ways to know if a console is infested with cockroaches is to look to see them crawl in and out and spot traces of cockroach poop, or smell them.

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  • China, Russia warn against fuelling North Korea tensions

    The rockets carried on articulated trailers appeared to be longer than the North's existing KN-08 or KN-14 missiles, analysts said. The reclusive state has always been on a quest to develop a long-range missile capable of hitting the USA mainland with a nuclear warhead, and has so far staged five atomic tests, two of them a year ago.

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  • Pro-Life Group Endorses Karen Handel in Georgia Congressional Runoff

    Pro-Life Group Endorses Karen Handel in Georgia Congressional Runoff

    Republicans had to spend millions of dollars to keep Ossoff from an outright win in spite of a crowded field that made it hard for anyone to come close to 50%. However, winning the June 20 run-off election will be tougher for Mr Ossoff. Handel is expected to now enjoy unified Republican support, and high-profile Republican leaders were quick to back her.

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  • 'We Have Closure.' Facebook Murder Suspect Steve Stephens Has Killed Himself

    'We Have Closure.' Facebook Murder Suspect Steve Stephens Has Killed Himself

    It was late Tuesday morning, nearly lunchtime, and authorities were in the third day of an intensive manhunt for Stephens. Stephens fled in the vehicle when officers responded. A two day manhunt for the man, Steve Stephens, who allegedly broadcasted a murder on Facebook Live has come to an end. "I think the people on social media kind of know the power and harm it can do", Williams said.

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  • Presentan modificaciones a la Fiscalía Especializada en delitos de corrupción

    Presentan modificaciones a la Fiscalía Especializada en delitos de corrupción

    El Acuerdo A/029/17 por el que se modifica el diverso A/011/14 entrará en vigor una vez que la Cámara de Senadores realice el nombramiento de la persona que será su titular. Contará con personal especializado , directivo, administrativo y auxiliar capacitado para que cumpla con sus obligaciones. Asimismo, solicitar a las instancias de gobiernos federales, estatales o municipales, así como de la Ciudad de México , la información que resulte útil o necesaria para sus investigaciones, la ...

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  • Back to the ballot box: UK lawmakers approve June 8 election

    The Prime Minister received a boost on Wednesday ahead of exit negotiations and for an election she is seeking to cast as a vote on Brexit, with US House of Representatives speaker Paul Ryan saying America stands ready to strike a free trade deal with the United Kingdom as soon as possible.

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  • Labour is getting crushed in the opinion polls

    He also accused the government of starving schools of money, while reducing taxes for the rich. Within hours of the vote, the prime minister was in Bolton, outside Manchester, to deliver her first stump speech of the campaign. However, there have been suggestions that another coalition could be formed to overturn the Tory government if no single party is able to get the majority .

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  • Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Review

    Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Review

    And it's great! It's the most handsome entry in the series yet, and its introduction of gravity-defying karts make for some of the franchise's most inventive courses. It is better, however, to play a round with as many players as possible, because the battle stages are so large that a kart that has the lead can play keep away and avoid you as much as possible.

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  • India must ask for copy of judgement on Jadhav: Jethmalani

    India must ask for copy of judgement on Jadhav: Jethmalani

    Jadhav, who was arrested in March previous year by Pakistan and accused by the country of spying, was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court on Monday triggering tension between India and Pakistan. Now is the time for direct action to teach them a permanent lesson. The High Commissioner said the charges against Jadhav were such that he could not be tried in a civil court.

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  • Who Was Facebook Killer Steve Stephens?

    Who Was Facebook Killer Steve Stephens?

    It marked a violent end to the almost 48-hour multistate manhunt for Steve Stephens, whose case brought another round of criticism down on Facebook over how well it polices objectionable material shared by users. The head of the U.S. Marshal's office in Cleveland, Peter Elliott, said at a news conference Tuesday morning that he was confident Stephens would be found, but stressed that such searches can take days, weeks or even longer.

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  • Sen. McCain on North Korean leader: 'He is a insane fat kid'

    Sen. McCain on North Korean leader: 'He is a insane fat kid'

    North Korea's isolated totalitarian regime marked the birthday of founder Kim Il Song over the weekend with a massive military parade and an attempted missile launch, but the spectacle wouldn't have been complete without a new animated video portraying a fiery end to the United States.

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  • Arkansas judge: Order guided by law, not execution views

    Arkansas judge: Order guided by law, not execution views

    They also asked for the Supreme Court to issue an emergency stay if no decision is made by 7 p.m. Thursday, when the next execution is scheduled. "Because (Lee), like Stacey Johnson, has never gotten a hearing on his DNA petition, and has maintained his innocence for over two decades, we are hopeful that the Arkansas Supreme Court will also grant him a stay and give him a hearing on the DNA evidence", said the Innocence Project's Nina Morrison, who is one of Lee's attorneys.

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  • Stephen Colbert and 'Stephen Colbert' bid farewell to Bill O'Reilly

    Stephen Colbert and 'Stephen Colbert' bid farewell to Bill O'Reilly

    He then presented a video featuring his alter-ego from his days hosting his Comedy Central talk show. Thursday morning Fox News channel is moving on without Bill O'Reilly. And LATE LATE SHOW host James Corden gave his reviewers a recap of the firing of O'Reilly from FOX. As the segment closed, the "Late Show" host offered some comfort to O'Reilly viewers, reminding them that in the case they'll miss watching "sexual harassers who are on TV all the time, we still have Donald Trump".

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  • China pide

    China pide "moderación" en península coreana

    El envío por parte de Washington de un portaaviones y su escolta hacia la zona " viene a probar que los movimientos insensatos de Estados Unidos para invadir la República Democrática Popular de Corea han alcanzado una fase grave", dijo un portavoz del ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores según la agencia oficial KCNA , en el primer comentario de Pyongyang desde la maniobra estadounidense el domingo.

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  • Foreign Ministry warns Russians in Egypt about high terror threat

    Foreign Ministry warns Russians in Egypt about high terror threat

    NPR's Jane Arraf adds that the Coptic Pope was in the building, but unharmed by the attack. A senior police official told reporters a bomb was discovered and disabled near the Tanta church about a week ago. Both Israel and the Gaza's Hamas leadership decried the attacks. The pope had also voiced his condolences Sunday for victims of the double bombing.

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  • Facebook Is Going All-In on Augmented Reality

    Facebook Is Going All-In on Augmented Reality

    During his keynote kickoff for F8 yesterday, Zuckerberg (pictured above) once again emphasized his belief that Facebook in all its incarnations will help "bring people closer together" and overcome the current polarization in society. The event is also used as a platform from which to launch new features for its apps. Everyone knows that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is betting the future of his company on augmented reality (AR).

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  • Russia: Talks with U.S. won't lead to immediate action

    Russia: Talks with U.S. won't lead to immediate action

    Trump had frequently called during the 2016 United States presidential election campaign for warmer ties with Putin, despite criticism from lawmakers in his own Republican Party. -Russian relations may be at an all-time low. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Thursday called for the United Nations' chemical weapons watchdog to send an worldwide group of inspectors to investigate an alleged toxic gas attack in Syria last week.

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  • Japan sees new era of cooperation with US: minister

    Japan sees new era of cooperation with US: minister

    They remain on a watch list of nations deemed at risk of engaging in unfair conduct. "History will attest the soldier does not bear the sword in vain". But his response went beyond offering a simple "no comment", as he made it very clear that the USA recognized that the launch failed, and failed nearly immediately.

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  • Facebook gives staff OK to skip work for anti-Trump protests

    Facebook gives staff OK to skip work for anti-Trump protests

    A Facebook spokesman said the policy applies regardless of whether employees call off work ahead of time, Bloomberg reported. Please support our efforts. Among the goals, she said, is "sending a message to employers that this is not the time for them to take advantage of this situation and act irresponsibly" toward their immigrant workforce.

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  • More than 60 children among 126 killed in Syria bus bombing

    More than 60 children among 126 killed in Syria bus bombing

    Smoke billows following a suicide vehicle bombing in Rashidin , west of Aleppo, that targeted buses carrying Syrians evacuated from two besieged government-held towns. "We're sad and angry about what has happened". A spokesman for the leading rebel faction Ahrar al-Sham said one-third of the casualties were rebels accompanying the convoy.

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  • Goldman Sachs brings the FICC fest to an end

    Finally, Thomas J. Herzfeld Advisors Inc. bought a new stake in Goldman Sachs Group during the fourth quarter valued at $166,000. Tuesday's disappointment was enough to send Goldman shares tumbling 2.6 percent, to $220.35, in pre-market trading.

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  • Pence to visit mosque in Indonesian capital

    Pence to visit mosque in Indonesian capital

    But on Wednesday, Pence said that despite more than two decades of negotiations, Pyongyang has answered Washington's efforts with "willful deception, with broken promises, and nuclear and missile tests". "The enemies of our freedom and this alliance would do well not to test the resolve of this president or the capabilities of the armed forces of the United States of America and our allies", he said.

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