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Conservative lawmakers are insisting that the memo should be shared with the public. "It is so alarming the American people have to see this", Ohio Rep. It's an allegation that will continue to fester since the Federal Bureau of Investigation refuses to turn over documents related to the file, which was a Democrat-funded opposition research project executed by research firm Fusion GPS, who hired a former MI6 operative to collect information.
  • DACA showdown, govt shutdown could harm Dems

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    The federal government is on the verge of a partial shutdown for the first time since 2013, and Democrats and Republicans have been trying to set the other party up to take the blame all week. In the Senate, it will need at least 12 Democrat votes to pass and avoid a government shutdown. Republicans have argued government funding and immigration should be handled separately.
  • Trump in 'excellent health', gets 30/30 cognitive score

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    She said: "Why did NBC give him a show for a decade on TV". "The president can't seem to take yes for an answer and is heading towards a shut down, which would fall squarely on his back", Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer said in a statement emailed to Reuters.
  • Trump warns of immigration threat to national security

    Trump warns of immigration threat to national security

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    The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced Saturday that it will accept renewal applications for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. "That I can tell you". More than 7,000 Indian American young people are current DACA recipients, according to 2017 data from the Migration Policy Institute.
  • Trump tweets Sen. "Dicky Durbin totally misrepresented" DACA comments

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    There is internal debate in the West Wing over whether Trump said "shithole" or "shithouse". Trump also objected to the idea of using other visa slots from the lottery to provide green cards to people who are losing Temporary Protected Status after decades in the United States (who now have no way to stay permanently) - or at least he objected to allowing Haitian TPS recipients to get green cards under the deal, reportedly saying "take them out".
  • Aadhaar can cause civil death: Plea in Supreme Court

    Aadhaar can cause civil death: Plea in Supreme Court

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    In response, advocate Shyam Divan, who represents the petitioners, said the problem was that there was no contract with the entity with which citizens were asked to share data. Aadhaar raises several questions including "whether the Constitution of India authorises creation of a surveillance state and whether the vulnerability of the database threatens national security", Divan argued.
  • Trump upends Republican strategy to avoid Friday government shutdown

    Trump upends Republican strategy to avoid Friday government shutdown

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    If no deal can be reached, the government could shut down at midnight. The Trump administration is drawing up plans to keep national parks and monuments open despite a possible shutdown as a way to blunt public anger, and while the military would not cease to operate, troops would not be paid unless Congress specifically authorizes it.
  • Vegas shooter's ashes given to his brother

    Vegas shooter's ashes given to his brother

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    A preliminary report about the shooting says Paddock searched for outdoor concert venues, the number of attendees at other concerts in Las Vegas and the number of people who go to the beach in Santa Monica, California. On Tuesday, the judge did not order the Vegas police records released as requested by a lawyer for media organizations, including The Associated Press .
  • MI tow truck driver narrowly escapes auto crash

    MI tow truck driver narrowly escapes auto crash

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    Tow truck driver Fred Kennedy is lucky to be alive after narrowly dodging a auto that crashed on top of his tow truck. Police in MI are warning drivers to slow down in icy conditions after a tow truck driver was almost hit by a auto that slid on ice.
  • Trump blames Senator Durbin for blowing immigration deal

    Trump blames Senator Durbin for blowing immigration deal

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    Dick Durbin , who attended, and others who were briefed on the conversation but were not authorized to describe it publicly. "I know what happened". Lindsey Graham, R-S.C. "There is no other word one can use but racist", said a United Nations spokesman. He and Republican Sen. After the Post story, Perdue and Cotton issued a joint statement that they did "not recall the President saying these comments specifically".
  • Teen arrested for murder of nomadic girl in Kathua

    Teen arrested for murder of nomadic girl in Kathua

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    The girl, Asifa Bano, who belongs to bakerwal (shepherd) community, had gone missing a few days ago. Her family had lodged an FIR in police station Hira Nagar next day. Police have lodged a murder case but are awaiting her post-mortem report to confirm sexual assault. He also said that her legs were broken and she had been raped.
  • Jammu and Kashmir: Avalanche kills Swedish skier in Gulmarg resort, another rescued

    Jammu and Kashmir: Avalanche kills Swedish skier in Gulmarg resort, another rescued

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    An official said that a Swedish tourist, identified as Daniel, was killed while another went missing after the avalanche struck near second phase of Gandola cable vehicle project on Affarwat peak. "One of the skiers identified as Daniel was found dead while his companion Benjaman was rescued safely". "Avalanche warning has been issued for avalanche-prone areas in Baramulla, Kupwara, Bandipora, Ganderbal, Kulgam, Anantnag and Budgam districts".
  • Pak Deputy High Commissioner summoned by MEA

    Pak Deputy High Commissioner summoned by MEA

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    The citizens were in their homes when Indian forces unleashed aggression, also killing dozens of cattle.Rescue 1122 ambulances shifted the injured to the Sialkot Combined Military Hospital (CMH) in critical condition. The Indian ceasefire violations continue despite the fact that Pakistan has consistently been asking India to abide by the 2013 ceasefire agreement, and avoid targeting civilian populated areas.
  • Belgium pledges $23m to UNRWA after United States aid cut

    Belgium pledges $23m to UNRWA after United States aid cut

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    Trump's aides initially debated whether to cut off all UNRWA aid , an unidentified USA official said, but hose opposed argued that could further destabilize the region. "At the same time, given the long, trusted, and historic relationship between the United States and UNRWA, this reduced contribution threatens one of the most successful and innovative human development endeavours in the Middle East".
  • DACA scheme protecting young migrants in USA 'probably dead', says Donald Trump

    DACA scheme protecting young migrants in USA 'probably dead', says Donald Trump

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    Government funding is set to expire on Friday, and lawmakers will need to pass a stop-gap spending measure to avoid a government shutdown on Saturday. A bipartisan deal to resolve the Dreamers issue in return for changes demanded by Republicans in the way visas are allocated collapsed in acrimony Thursday over Trump's remarks, which were widely denounced as racist.
  • No Bond For Rapper Kodak Black, Jailed Again On Multiple Charges

    No Bond For Rapper Kodak Black, Jailed Again On Multiple Charges

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    Law enforcement can be overheard telling the Pompano Beach native, "Your phone's part of the search warrant - you're not going to get your phone back". Kodak Black just can't stay out of trouble. Because Octave was on probation when arrested, Broward Judge Joel Lazarus ordered him to remain jailed until his lawyer can make another request in front of a trial judge, according to the Sun Sentinel .
  • Trump says shutdown is 'up to the Democrats'

    Trump says shutdown is 'up to the Democrats'

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    It is unlikely that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., even has a simple majority to support a House-passed stopgap measure to keep the government running until February 16. The White House put out a statement later that he did support it, and the president ultimately helped win over reluctant House conservatives to vote for the bill.
  • House Republicans Scramble To Avoid Government Shutdown

    House Republicans Scramble To Avoid Government Shutdown

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    The White House on Wednesday had endorsed the short-term funding bill, but by Thursday, support had eroded further in the Senate as Sens. "I now just implore the Senate, do your job", said Rep. Of course, hewing to this majority sentiment won't sit well with the one group of voters that matters most to Republicans: President Trump's hardline restrictionist base for whom anything short of mass deportations to eject every last unauthorized weed-puller is "amnesty".
  • Republicans move ahead with government shutdown vote

    Republicans move ahead with government shutdown vote

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    Dick Durbin (D-IL) at a hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee. House leadership worked Wednesday to secure votes needed to pass the bill . Republican congressional leaders are struggling to separate the immigration blow-up set off by President Trump from a funding bill to avert a US government shutdown at the end of this week.
  • Teenager with an axe storm school in Russian Federation

    Teenager with an axe storm school in Russian Federation

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    Initial reports in the local media said a student stormed the high school with an ax and attacked a teacher and at least three students. At the moment, it is known that pupils of the 9th grade Anton B. A criminal case has been opened against the attacker on charges of attempted murder. It is reported that before the attack on the school , some children received odd messages.
  • Surprise! Pope Francis Married a Pair of Flight Attendants on His Plane

    Surprise! Pope Francis Married a Pair of Flight Attendants on His Plane

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    According to Catholic News Service , the Pope asked the couple if they were willing to get married on the plane and they answered yes. Grab taken for a handout video released by the National Commission for the Pope's Visit and Chilean Channels showing Pope Francis checking on a police officer who fell from her rearing horse after being frightened by the cheering crowd as he was passing in the popemobile in the Chilean northern city of Iquique after celebrating an open-air mass on the ...