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In a series of tweets posted to her account, Cordoba offered to broker the negotiations between the Colombian government and the National Liberation Army or ELN . Nonetheless, he said, "we stand ready to do all we can in order to ensure that that cease-fire can continue". Members expressed regret at the ELN attacks and said they hope the government and rebel group will resume work on renewing and strengthening the ceasefire.
  • Trump signs executive order expanding veterans' mental health services

    Trump signs executive order expanding veterans' mental health services

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    Will it address mental health? He told reporters on Thursday that he expected the exam "to go very well". Howard and Jean Somers lost their son Daniel, California Army National Guardsman who served in Iraq, to suicide and have been working with the Department of Defense and Department of Veteran Affairs to develop ways to protect veteran lives ever since.
  • Two Stocks in Focus: Celgene Corporation (CELG), Apache Corp

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    Birchview Capital Lp who had been investing in Celgene Corp for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $83.03B market cap company. The stock traded within a range of $104.34 and $105.83. Premier Asset Management Lc owns 116,733 shares or 3.82% of their USA portfolio. Oppenheimer maintained Celgene Corporation (NASDAQ: CELG ) on Thursday, July 6 with "Buy" rating.
  • More protests expected in Tunisia after mass arrests

    More protests expected in Tunisia after mass arrests

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    European governments warned their citizens about potential rioting Friday and this weekend, when Tunisia marks seven years since the ouster of longtime strongman President Zine Ben Abidine Ben Ali. The 2018 budget also raises customs taxes on some imports, and the Tunis government is trying to cut the public sector wage bill through voluntary redundancies.
  • Oprah for president? Golden Globes speech sparks 2020 campaign speculation

    Oprah for president? Golden Globes speech sparks 2020 campaign speculation

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    The new survey comes just days after Donald Trump said that he would beat Winfrey if she chose to run in the 2020 presidential campaign. That's when our strategist says someone like Winfrey could leverage more prominent candidates to support causes important to her on the condition that she'd join them rather than trying to beat them.
  • Mississippi Burning case: KKK killer dies

    Mississippi Burning case: KKK killer dies

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    Edgar Ray Killen was accused of manslaughter in the murder of Civil rights activists James Chaney, Andrew Goodman , and Michael Schwerner. The events of that night in Mississippi inspired the critically acclaimed 1988 film " Mississippi Burning ", starring Gene Hackman and Willem Dafoe.
  • Can states collect sales taxes on all purchases?

    Can states collect sales taxes on all purchases?

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    All but five states charge a sales tax. It found similarly that the state's legislative district maps were flawed. North Dakota, centered on a mail-order business and inadvertently set a far-reaching precedent for e-commerce companies by only allowing states to collect sales tax from businesses with a "physical presence" in a given state.
  • White House says Trump is in 'excellent health' after physical

    White House says Trump is in 'excellent health' after physical

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    Previous presidential physicals also mostly excluded mental acuity readings, at least any that were disclosed to the public. "Media reports about my eating and sleeping habits, as well as my own admission during the campaign that I could lose a few pounds, can only contribute to the concern".
  • AG: Girl can use medical marijuana at school

    AG: Girl can use medical marijuana at school

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    The girl, identified as A.S.in the lawsuit, has seizures and suffers from epilepsy after going through chemotherapy treatments. The family said Ashley is now being prescribed medical marijuana. Ashley has been using a medical marijuana foot patch and rubbing oil with positive results. The lawsuit, filed Wednesday against School District 54 and the state of IL, could have far-reaching implications.
  • NYC Sues Fossil Fuel Industry over Hidden Costs of Climate Change

    NYC Sues Fossil Fuel Industry over Hidden Costs of Climate Change

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    The Mayor's office and other city officials announced a plan to divest money set aside for pension funds from fossil fuel companies, with a goal to remove $5 billion in the next five years. Chevron also said the lawsuits only serve special interests. The other oil majors intimated similar messages, while also acknowledging that there needs to be some sort of large-scale effort to address climate change, although they were vague on what that actually meant in practice.
  • US Republicans unveil bill on immigration with wall funding

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    The day of the White House meeting, a U.S. District Court judge in San Francisco temporarily blocked Trump's decision to rescind DACA , saying the U.S. However, after previously hinting that a "Clean DREAM" act *could* be possible, President Trump retreated Wednesday back to a familiar position. Trump during the meeting referenced Goodlatte's bill and suggested that the administration favorably views the measure.
  • Pakistan team gets Maori welcome in New Zealand

    Pakistan team gets Maori welcome in New Zealand

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    In a batting performance so listless that even New Zealand appeared to be embarrassed by the ease with which Pakistan's innings crumbled, the home side rubberstamped their superiority by bowling Pakistan out for 74, winning by a mammoth 183 runs.
  • Man admits to 1993 murder during television interview

    Man admits to 1993 murder during television interview

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    In 1993, 20-year-old Frank Wesley McAlister was killed. In the years since the crime , Hawkins has found religion and credits his belief in God and Christ to have pushed him to do the right thing - although he admits that he understands he can't change what happened.
  • N Korea must stop nuke testing before any talks with US: Haley

    N Korea must stop nuke testing before any talks with US: Haley

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    Concerns over North Korea have overshadowed the Winter Games, which Seoul and the organizers have proclaimed a "peace Olympics", urging Pyongyang to participate, unlike the 1988 Summer Olympics in the South, which it boycotted. South Korea's interest in reaching out to the North is likely aimed at avoiding problems during the Winter Games. "They'd be doing no talking, or something much more serious".
  • Obama: Presidents need to watch their behavior

    Obama: Presidents need to watch their behavior

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    Speaking for myself, and with all due respect to the innovations David Letterman brought to late-night TV in a stellar and admirably lengthy career, I was always more of a Leno guy anyway. If you were hoping that there would be Stupid Pet Tricks or some other moth-balled skit from the past, you're out of luck. "Can you put the desk lamp together?' I said, 'Sure'".
  • Here's How Some Places Trump Called

    Here's How Some Places Trump Called "Shitholes" Are Reacting To His Comments

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    Trump's campaign slogan, "Make America Great Again". In a second morning tweet , Trump specifically denied he ever said "anything derogatory" about the people of Haiti . Trump tweeted Friday amid criticism over his comments during a White House meeting Wednesday. Republican leaders were largely silent, though House Speaker Paul Ryan said the vulgar language was "very unfortunate, unhelpful".
  • Someone in Trump Campaign May Have Been Talking to Federal Bureau of Investigation

    Someone in Trump Campaign May Have Been Talking to Federal Bureau of Investigation

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    Simpson told Congress, in his prevaricating and often defensive testimony, that Steele allegedly went to the Federal Bureau of Investigation because he believed the Kremlin had the goods on Trump. Chuck Grassley , issued a criminal referral last week for Steele, alleging the committee had reason to believe that the former spy had lied to authorities about his conversations with the press regarding the dossier.
  • New York Daily News Cover Lambasts 'S**t For Brains' Trump

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    The Illinois Democrat said , "I can not believe that in the history of the White House, in that Oval Office, any president has ever spoken words that I personally heard our president speak yesterday". The alleged comments came during a DACA meeting on Thursday. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) went on record to say he was in the room when it was made.