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World News Donald Trump's ex-doctor claims president dictated 2015 health letter
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During Trump's then improbable run for president, Bornstein predicted the tycoon would be the healthiest president ever elected, according to a letter released by the campaign in December 2015. Bornstein said that he prescribed Trump drugs for rosacea and high cholesterol as well. There's sour grapes at work here too: He says he was thrilled to watch Jackson's VA nomination implode since he had initially hoped to be White House physician himself.

World News American Gods season 2 is coming in 2019
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Video streaming platform Amazon Prime Video has given the go-ahead for the second season of its original series " American Gods ". The television series was developed by Bryan Fuller and Michael Green for the premium cable network Starz .

World News Trump 'very Happy' with Kelly as His Chief of Staff
Author: 0 Trump 'very Happy' with Kelly as His Chief of Staff

In the Times interviews - for which he also asked for a donation in his name to Tufts, a request The Times also declined - Dr. Bornstein discussed Mr. Last month, three sources leaked to Axios and Daily Beast an off-the-record meeting Kelly had with reporters, where he allegedly said Trump was the source of stories of chaos at the White House and revealed that Tillerson was on the toilet when he was sacked.

World News Riot police use teargas against anarchists at Paris May Day rally
Author: 0 Riot police use teargas against anarchists at Paris May Day rally

Benjamin Griveaux, a spokesman for the French government, blasted the masked protesters, saying that genuine demonstrators were not afraid to show their faces. The rallies date back to the 1880s, when the day was adopted by Socialists and Communists of the Second International as labor movements were campaigning for better conditions such as eight hour workdays and trade unions.

World News Ministers back down on tax haven company registers
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In a statement prior to the debate, the 15-member Caribbean Community (Caricom) grouping, said while it recognises that global security and financial crime are increasingly intertwined it supports the work of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) and its regional bodies in developing worldwide Anti-Money Laundering/Combating the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) standards to combat money laundering and terrorist financing.

World News Strikes kill 23 civilians in northeast Syria held by Islamic State
Author: 0 Strikes kill 23 civilians in northeast Syria held by Islamic State

The days of ISIS controlling territory and terrorizing the people of Syria are coming to an end. The strikes took place in an area where the US-backed and Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces are battling ISIS. French special operations forces arrived in Syria last month to help boost US-led efforts against ISIS, US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said last week.

World News CHP In Pursuit Of RV, Child Possibly On Board
Author: 0 CHP In Pursuit Of RV, Child Possibly On Board

Officers spent hours chasing a motorhome along streets and highways in Southern California. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department says detectives on Tuesday tried to arrest a 46-year-old OR man who had a fight with his wife and was wanted for child abduction and weapons violations.

World News UNCW Men's Tennis to face Tennessee in NCAA's
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The NCAA Championships are similar to the BIG EAST Tournament in its dual-match structure. SC will host the opening rounds of the NCAA Tournament for the third consecutive year and sixth time overall. Tournament matches will be regulation dual matches with three six-game doubles matches played for one team point, followed by six singles matches, each valued at one team point, played in best-of-three sets.

World News Markets closed on account of Labour Day
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Driven by realty, capital goods, IT and banking stocks, the Sensex reclaimed the 35,000-mark at the outset to hit a high of 35,213.30 before ending at 35,160.36, up 190.66 points-or 0.55 per cent. Axis Bank (3.87%), Reliance Industries (3.18%) and ICICI Bank (1.25%) were the top Sensex losers. Main indices - Sensex and Nifty - remained well above their key levels of 35,000 and 10,700 levels points, respectively throughout the session as investors were optimistic about upcoming results ...

World News Michelle Wolf Doesn't Regret One Moment of her Controversial WHCD Set
Author: 0 Michelle Wolf Doesn't Regret One Moment of her Controversial WHCD Set

So, the question on everyone's mind: Does Wolf regret her routine and the cyclone of controversy that followed? That said, contra some rhetoric that we heard from Hillary Clinton, Wolf can redeem herself. When she was announced as the host in February the internet seemed genuinely excited, not only because she has great experience as a writer and comedian, but also because Wolf would be just the fifth woman in history to take on the gig.

World News Sasha Obama Chilled With Cardi B and Offset … Okurrrr!!!
Author: 0 Sasha Obama Chilled With Cardi B and Offset … Okurrrr!!!

Sasha appeared calm and relaxed as she posed for photos with the "Bodak Yellow" singer and Offset backstage. Check out the photo of Cardi B , Offset , and Sasha Obama together at Broccoli City Festival below. While Sasha is still underage and mostly shielded from the cameras, Malia has been spotted away at school, and was also photographed several times while she interned for Weinstein Company.

World News 'The Crown' star Claire Foy receives back salary after pay gap controversy
Author: 0 'The Crown' star Claire Foy receives back salary after pay gap controversy

Foy lately advised Leisure Weekly that she was "not stunned" that the information drew a lot consideration. "I support her completely and I'm pleased that it was resolved and they made amends for it because that's what needed to happen". At the time , the pay discrepancy was chalked up to the actors' prominence prior to the show's first season. "Going ahead, I feel we should always all keep in mind that we have to try to make this higher and a extra even taking part in discipline for ...

World News GOP senate candidate calls McConnell 'Cocaine Mitch' in TV ad
Author: 0 GOP senate candidate calls McConnell 'Cocaine Mitch' in TV ad

Overlook the notorious Hatfields and McCoys - some of the intense Appalachian feuds nowadays is being waged between West Virginia GOP Senate candidate Don Blankenship and Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell . The NRSC did not immediately return a request for comment. In a low-budget TV ad, with the candidate speaking laconically to the camera, Blankenship accuses unnamed "politicians" for the tragedy that killed 29 people at his mine: "The politicians are running a lot of insane ads".

World News 9 out of 10 people worldwide breathing polluted air
Author: 0 9 out of 10 people worldwide breathing polluted air

In terms of PM10 levels, 13 cities in India figured among the 20 most-polluted cities of the world in 2016. "Air pollution needs to be brought under control with urgent and effective action". Among its ill effects, air pollution is a major risk factor for child health, particularly childhood pneumonia , said Maria Neira , MD, MPH , director of WHO's Department of Public Health, Environmental and Social Determinants of Health (PHE).

World News Immigration and Customs Enforcement head announces plans to retire
Author: 0 Immigration and Customs Enforcement head announces plans to retire

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) since the beginning of the Trump administration , has been the president's most vocal advocate for a get-tough policy toward illegal immigrants. "Due to family considerations, he informed DHS leadership early this year that he planned to retire this summer and was asked by the secretary to remain in his position in the interim to assist with transition planning", said the official.

World News Saudi backs Moroccan decision to sever ties with Iran
Author: 0 Saudi backs Moroccan decision to sever ties with Iran

Rabat says the region is an integral part of Morocco. In a further development for Iran on the world stage, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday accused Iran of cheating on the nuclear deal, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, that was reached during the Obama administration.

World News UP Board Results 2018: all students in 150 schools failed
Author: 0 UP Board Results 2018: all students in 150 schools failed

The record shared by the board shows that 98 schools had 0% result in class X and 52 in class XII. The board of UP is closed for 3 days post declaring the result on Sunday. The students can visit the above-mentioned websites to check their result . "These results are a slap on the face of those elements who play with the future of our students by facilitating cheating", he said.

World News Japanese PM Shinzo Abe meets Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah
Author: 0 Japanese PM Shinzo Abe meets Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah

Jordan is an important partner for Japan due to its diplomacy in the region and involvement in the Japanese-led " Corridor for Peace and Prosperity " development project that includes both Israel and Palestine. The first visit of Shinzo Abe in our country took place in January 2015. He told the monarch that stability of Jordan is indispensable for regional security and Japan will provide all possible aid to ensure economic and social development of Amman.

World News State collects highest SGST of ₹ 1021 cr
Author: 0 State collects highest SGST of ₹ 1021 cr

Of the total revenue of Rs1.03 trillion collected in April, Rs18,652 crore was central GST , Rs25704 crore was state GST and Rs50,548 crore was integrated GST (including Rs21,246 crore collected on imports), the finance ministry statement said.

World News All villages have electricity, boasts Modi
Author: 0 All villages have electricity, boasts Modi

On Saubhagya scheme Singh said, "I have visited all the states talked to the Chief Minister, Power Ministers, Pradhan Sachiv and CMDs of various discoms and discussed in detail". Asked if it was fair to take credit for electrification when 97 per cent of it was already done and only 18,000 villages remained, Mr Singh said the government ended up connecting more than 20,000 villages after the figure was revised.

World News Record Cold Weather In April
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The National Weather Service says it was the second coldest April for Joplin, Rolla, and West Plains. Providence had 3.6 inches of snow, which is 3 inches more than normal. You can see live weather updates via the National Weather Service and other Twitter sources below. The clouds will start to clear Monday afternoon, bringing high temperatures into the lower 50s.

World News SC Attorney General Wilson joins DACA lawsuit
Author: 0 SC Attorney General Wilson joins DACA lawsuit

About 800,000 youth, called Dreamers, are protected under the program's umbrella. The lawsuit asks the judge to wind down DACA, which would prevent any new permits from being issued or renewed but would not cancel current permits. Last week Judge John D. Bates of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia ordered the Department of Homeland Security to resume accepting DACA applications if the agency was unable to provide a legal reason to end the program within 90 days.

World News 3 civilians killed by militants in Baramulla
Author: 0 3 civilians killed by militants in Baramulla

The slain persons have been identified as Asger Sheikh, Haseeb Khan and Asif Sheikh. A civilian was also killed in clashes near the encounter site. "While state authorities conveniently blame the armed youths, militant organisations in fact condemn the killings and many times blame the state agencies".

World News Afghan security forces shrink 11%
Author: 0 Afghan security forces shrink 11%

That was a drop of 10.6 per cent compared with the same month past year. Twin suicide blasts, claimed by the ISIS, in the Afghan capital Kabul on Monday killed 25 people, including 10 journalists, in what Reporters Without Borders said was the most lethal single attack on the media since the fall of the Taliban.

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