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Trump is doing even worse with a key demographic segment that propelled him into office: white voters without a college degree. "Look at rallies in Penn, Iowa, Ohio and West Virginia". Special Counsel Robert Mueller, a former director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, is conducting a criminal investigation, convening a grand jury to hear testimony about contacts between the Trump campaign and Russians and whether Trump obstructed justice by firing James Comey, another former FBI ...
  • Steps Republicans In Congress Are Taking To Trump-Proof The Government

    Steps Republicans In Congress Are Taking To Trump-Proof The Government

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    Ditto for Lieberman who became a media darling because of his "bipartisan", congenial nature during his years in the upper chamber; but on the subject of growing the government Lieberman is and always was a dedicated liberal. Let this not go unnoted: While Trump's legislative agenda is imperiled, the now formerly beleaguered Sessions has done more than any other cabinet member to reverse Obama-era Justice Department policies on immigration, civil rights and criminal justice.
  • Russia-US ties at 'very risky low'

    Russia-US ties at 'very risky low'

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    In a preemptive diplomatic move against the USA new sanctions, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered Sunday a reduction of 755 staff in the United States diplomatic mission in Russia by September 1. The Department of Justice and USA lawmakers are investigating the issue. Moscow has already ordered the U.S.to slash staff at its diplomatic mission in Russian Federation by 755 personnel in response.
  • Group offers $10K reward after mosque explosion

    Group offers $10K reward after mosque explosion

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    Mohamed Omar, executive director of the center, said something came through an office window during morning prayers and set off sprinklers in a ball of fire. Authorities say the explosion damaged one room but it didn't hurt anyone. The broken window of the imam's office at the Dar Al-Farooq Islamic Center in Bloomington, Minnesota, on Saturday, Aug.
  • Leader asks new Rouhani govt

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    Although the nuclear accord, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), lifted nuclear related sanctions against Iran, the benefits of the deal have been slow-to-come for many Iranians, as ordinary people argue that they have not felt it in their day-to-day lives.
  • Safety concerns over recalled Uber cars in Singapore

    Safety concerns over recalled Uber cars in Singapore

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    Uber has been continuously leasing fire-prone cars to drivers in Singapore since April 2016 despite knowing these cars were recalled by the manufacturer. Lion City Rentals is affiliated to Uber and rents out vehicles for its drivers in Singapore, where the cost of owning a auto is among the highest in the world.
  • Jeff Flake fakes it

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    The book unofficially kicks off what is expected to be a challenging 2018 re-election campaign for Flake. Asked what would finally elicit vociferous objections from Republicans, Flake said the firing of special prosecutor Robert Mueller.
  • Prince Philip makes his final public engagement

    Prince Philip makes his final public engagement

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    Prince Philip, the 96-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth II , is known for his off-colour comments and rather dry British humour, so it's quite possible the Duke of Edinburgh would be laughing at this gaffe by the Daily Telegraph , which erroneously killed him off.
  • Curfew, strikes in Indian Kashmir after top militant's death

    Curfew, strikes in Indian Kashmir after top militant's death

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    The other militant killed with him was Arif Nabi Dar alias Rehan alias Arif Lalhari, a local Kashmiri. Police and the Army have a very clear strategy and that is that the Army operations will continue. A police officer said he was categorized as A++ militant. A LeT terrorist was killed in that attack. Large protests and clashes against Indian rule spread to several other places across Kashmir, including the Himalayan region's main city of Srinagar , as students boycotted classes and hit ...
  • Two killed in Portugal beach plane crash

    Two killed in Portugal beach plane crash

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    The small aircraft, reportedly a Cessna, was carrying two people and appeared have a partly-broken left wing. Officials were not aware of any other injuries. Police arrived to rope off the area and cover the bodies shortly after the plane landed. The Associated Press news agency said the girl who died had been with her parents, who were unhurt.
  • Trump to Join Senators in Bid to Cut Legal Immigration

    Trump to Join Senators in Bid to Cut Legal Immigration

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    It creates jobs in America. The bill would also aim to slash the number of refugees in half and eliminate a program that provides visas to countries with low rates of immigration. The president of Numbers USA, a group seeking tighter immigration limits, said the legislation "will do more than any other action to fulfill President Trump's promises as a candidate to create an immigration system that puts the interests of American workers first".
  • Trump urged to declare national emergency over opioid crisis — BBCI

    Trump urged to declare national emergency over opioid crisis — BBCI

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    Arizona, Florida and Maryland have already declared a state of emergency in response to the national epidemic. The White House announced plans to carefully review the report's recommendations during this emergency state. "It's not possible to imagine this agenda working with a rollback of the Medicaid expansion and hundreds of millions of dollars in cuts to federal funding".
  • US Senate boxes Trump in a corner with new Russian Federation sanctions

    US Senate boxes Trump in a corner with new Russian Federation sanctions

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    This is coming as lawmakers investigate possible meddling by Russian Federation in the last presidential election and potential collusion by Republican Trump's campaign. Before Mr Trump's decision to sign the bill into law, Republican senator John McCain said its passage was long overdue, a jab at Mr Trump and Republican-controlled Congress.
  • Cape Cod Police Departments to Hold National Night Out Events

    Cape Cod Police Departments to Hold National Night Out Events

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    The tri-church celebration will feature music, children's games, face painting, church tours, fire and police vehicles and raffle prizes, free food and beverages. Those who attend the event are asked to bring a donation of a non-perishable food item and fill the police department's pickup truck. Hampton says the event will run from 4 p.m.to 7 p.m.at the Hampton Roads Convention Center.
  • Protests erupt as top militant gets killed in Kashmir

    Protests erupt as top militant gets killed in Kashmir

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    The security forces in Jammu and Kashmir have struck off the name of Abu Dujana from their hit-list after he was killed in an encounter on Tuesday morning. The security forces responded by opening fire, resulting in injuries to two persons including a nurse working inside the hospital, the official said.
  • AAA says Georgia gas prices nudged up slightly

    AAA says Georgia gas prices nudged up slightly

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    The national average has risen 3.5 cents per gallon to $2.31 a gallon. Analysts predicted an increase of up to 10 cents this week, and that was before Tropical Storm Emily formed just off the West Coast of Florida early Monday. AAA Northeast reports Monday that self-serve, regular now sells for an average of $2.24 per gallon. "The rise in oil has come due to unrest and concern over the political outlook in Venezuela, a major supplier of crude oil to the US", says DeHaan.