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World News Supreme Court to take up third travel ban
Author: 0 Supreme Court to take up third travel ban

Assuming the Court schedules oral argument before the end of the term, a decision would be expected this summer. The latest ban restricts travel from eight nations, six of them predominantly Muslim. It planned to rule on one, but that version expired and was replaced before it could be taken up. Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor dissented.

World News Trump goes after the Dem who surfaced his immigration remark
Author: 0 Trump goes after the Dem who surfaced his immigration remark

I stand behind every word that I said in terms of that meeting", Durbin said on Monday about the president's remarks at a White House meeting last week on immigration. He was accused of having said "we don't need more Haitians", and saying of the African countries: "Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?" "Did you see what various senators in the room said about my comments?" he asked, referring to lawmakers who were meeting with him in the Oval Office ...

World News Trump Claims He's Not Racist, But These Quotes Suggest Otherwise
Author: 0 Trump Claims He's Not Racist, But These Quotes Suggest Otherwise

The DACA program, started by President Barack Obama , has allowed some 800,000 people brought into the United States illegally as children to stay in the country while working or attending school. "I am the least racist person you have ever interviewed". "I'm telling you, he did not use that word ", he said on ABC's "This Week" program. Never said 'take them out.' Made up by Dems.

World News Lavrov Tells Security Council Iran Nuclear Failure Would Be 'Alarming'
Author: 0 Lavrov Tells Security Council Iran Nuclear Failure Would Be 'Alarming'

Pressure from U.S. President Donald Trump over 2017 has appeared to have pushed China into following through with numerous multilateral sanctions put in place largely by the U.N. "I see Russian Federation as a canny tactical player at the United Nations , and Moscow has won big over Syria ", Gowan said. The non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction was on the agenda of the UN Security Council meeting on January 19.

World News International Olympic Committee approves North Korea's participation in Winter Video games
Author: 0 International Olympic Committee approves North Korea's participation in Winter Video games

Hyon's art troupe is scheduled to perform during the Games. The delegation led by Hyon will inspect venues in Gangneung on Sunday and those in the capital Seoul on Monday before returning to the North on the same day. The IOC meeting addressed the number of athletes and officials from North Korea who would attend, as well as make broader decisions on the format of their participation and matters related to protocol such as the flag, anthem, ceremonies and uniforms.

World News Suspect in attempted assault on Bismarck police officer caught in Brookings, SD
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Thursday on Interstate 29 at the Argusville exit. The officer was reportedly uninjured but police said evidence found in the suspect's vehicle indicates Villalobos may have been shot. Villalobos was then driving a black 2013 Chevrolet Equinox with gunshot damage from the officer evident. "The officer told him again to stop and, at that point, the officer had to fire at that vehicle because it was driving toward the officer".

World News Meadows: Trump is not a racist
Author: 0 Meadows: Trump is not a racist

The Hill has a report that the president told attendees at his bi-partisan immigration reform meeting that he would not cater to the demands of the Congressional Black Caucus. Trump announced a year ago that he will end the Obama-era DACA program unless lawmakers come up with a solution by March. Members of Congress from both parties are trying to strike a deal Mr Trump would support to extend that protection.

World News Aced it: Doc says Trump got ideal score on cognitive test
Author: 0 Aced it: Doc says Trump got ideal score on cognitive test

It was during his time in Iraq that Jackson was chosen as a White House physician and returned to the USA in 2006. "At the time of examination, the president was 71 years and seven months young, his resting heart rate was a cool 68 bpm, his weight a very svelte 248 pounds, he has a gorgeous 44-inch coke-bottle waist, and his height, 75 inches with legs that seem to go on forever", he continued.

World News Australian Open: Kyle Edmund reaches first Grand Slam quarter-final
Author: 0 Australian Open: Kyle Edmund reaches first Grand Slam quarter-final

Edmund is his country's only representative in the men's singles draw after Andy Murray was forced to have hip surgery the week before the tournament. Stepping in to attack the Italian's second serve, an inside out backhand victor helped him break for 2-0 and a second break in the eighth game gave him the set.

World News We Cannot Expect a Racist President to Save DACA
Author: 0 We Cannot Expect a Racist President to Save DACA

Trump sparked domestic and worldwide backlash after reports surfaced that he made vulgar remarks as Durbin and Sen. After that conversation, several people said the president referred to Haiti, El Salvador and African nations as "s***hole countries" and said he preferred to receive immigrants from countries like Norway.

World News Donald Trump's approval score sinks to 39 pc, one other low: Ballot
Author: 0 Donald Trump's approval score sinks to 39 pc, one other low: Ballot

With its 30 percent approval, the U.S. stands just below China, which is at 31 percent, and slightly above Russian Federation, which is at 27 percent. Africa as a whole remains the bright spot for USA leadership approval, as it has been for the past decade. "It's not really surprising how Americans rated President Trump's first year given what he has been pitching, how he's been pitching it, and to whom".

Author: 0 Marches, rallies held in downtown Portland to mark one year after inauguration

One year after tens of thousands of people turned out to protest the election of U.S. President Donald Trump , many were back at it again across the country. Other signs were just as handsome as they were powerful. "The women who don't have the money and don't have the constitution and who don't have the confidence and who don't have the images in our media that gives them a sense of self-worth enough to break their silence that is rooted in the shame of assault and rooted in the stigma ...

World News Indianapolis makes Amazon headquarters cut, but not Gary
Author: 0 Indianapolis makes Amazon headquarters cut, but not Gary

Boston is among 20 cities that the tech giant says could fit the bill for a new headquarters. Amazon's solicitation to local governments and real estate developers and landlords for bids past year sparked a frenzied competition. It looks as if Gov. Andrew Cuomo shelved his proposal for a $15 million gondola at the New York State Fair. But Hamilton-area residents may yet benefit directly from Toronto's bid, which was packaged to showcase GTA regional strengths and locations ...

World News Bombs in Bodh Gaya, ATS launches probe
Author: 0 Bombs in Bodh Gaya, ATS launches probe

Security was tightened in Bihar's Bodh Gaya on Saturday after a low-intensity bomb exploded hours after the Dalai Lama finished a sermon on Friday. Presence of the crude bombs in this high-security zone indicated the handiwork of a terrorist outfit keen to inflict damage during Bodh Gaya's peak tourist season and ahead of Republic Day, said senior police officials.

Author: 0 Best signs from second annual Women's March

U.S. president Donald Trump tweeted that it was a "perfect day" for women to march to celebrate the "economic success and wealth creation" of his first year in office - while women across the country rallied against him and his policies.

World News New theory about House of Horrors family emerges
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When the girl who escaped was asked if any pills were in the home, she did not understand what medication was. It took two years to carry out but last weekend a 17-year-old girl and her sister climbed out of the window of their Southern California home .

World News Trump creates Religious Freedom Division at HHS
Author: 0 Trump creates Religious Freedom Division at HHS

Essentially, the office will provide support for far right religious organisations who are against LGBTQ equality and abortion. Critics of the move predicted the new division, whose creation was praised by conservative Christian advocacy groups that have strongly supported Republican President Donald Trump , would become embroiled in current litigation over whether healthcare workers can deny care to women seeking abortions or birth control as well as gay and transgender patients.

World News Turkey launches offensive against Syrian city held by US-backed Kurdish forces
Author: 0 Turkey launches offensive against Syrian city held by US-backed Kurdish forces

Turkey , however, believes the group has links to the banned Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), and has for several months been threatening to clear Kurdish fighters from Afrin and another city, Manbij , which lies 100km away. The U.S. -led coalition against Daesh does not recognize Afrin as an operational area, the Commander of U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) on Saturday said.

World News Goa tourist taxi strike heads into Day 3
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While on Friday evening almost 1000 taxi drivers held a protest meet at the Azad Maidan, more than 200 operators had gathered at Azad Maidan at the heart of the capital city since morning on Saturday. The state-run Kadamaba Transport Corporation Limited has deployed 25 buses to ferry passengers from the airport and seven buses to link railway stations, its managing director Deryk Netto informed the news agency PTI.

Author: 0 Needham native Aly Raisman takes stand against disgraced doctor Larry Nassar

Olympic gold medalists Simone Biles , Gabby Douglas , McKayla Maroney and Aly Raisman have said they, too, were victims. " Larry , you do realize now that we, this group of women you so heartlessly abused over such a long period of time, are now a force, and you are nothing", Raisman said.

World News Andre Agassi believes Novak Djokovic can win Australian Open
Author: 0 Andre Agassi believes Novak Djokovic can win Australian Open

Djokovic goes forward to a third-round meeting with either 21st seed Albert Ramos-Vinolas or American Tim Smyczek. "It's the beginning of the season". "It was tough to breathe". Monfils said he may have had a heat stroke on the court. That possibility has hung over him since the start of the tournament but has centred on his right elbow, which kept him out after he went out of Wimbledon on day nine last summer and nearly prevented him from returning to Melbourne, where he has had so much ...

World News Damascus Deplores US Military Presence in Syria
Author: 0 Damascus Deplores US Military Presence in Syria

Afrin is controlled by the People's Protection Units, which is largely a Kurdish militia known as the YPG that Turkey considers a terror group. Addressing the ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party's sixth annual provincial congress in western city of Kutahya, Erdogan said an operation in Manbij in Syria will come after Afrin because "promises made to Turkey have not been kept".

World News N. Korea delegates arrive in Seoul for pre-Olympics inspection
Author: 0 N. Korea delegates arrive in Seoul for pre-Olympics inspection

Only 22 players will be allowed to participate in any game, however, and at least three players from each national Olympic committee must be present at each game. In the agreement approved on Saturday, 12 North Korean women's hockey players will join their neighbours in a united roster playing in special uniforms, and with a Korean song as their anthem.

World News Here are the Women's Marches happening across the Bay Area
Author: 0 Here are the Women's Marches happening across the Bay Area

On the ground, as marchers took to the streets nationwide, the economy was not the prime topic. "I was here a year ago when they expected 100,000 to 150,000 people and they got 400,000", she said. Until then, we will remain unapologetic about positioning Black women in the women's movement, galvanizing our political power, and challenging any woman who may be ignorant about why it's necessary for all women to fight for "our" issues.

World News Trump's first year a failure but base cheer performance
Author: 0 Trump's first year a failure but base cheer performance

In Canada, the fall was a massive 60 percent and in Mexico, 28 percentage points. The new figures mark the first time since 2007 that more global residents disapproved of USA leadership than approved of it (the figures were equivalent in 2008, each at 34 percent).