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The race has drawn national attention because it offers a window into the future of the Democratic Party, and staying power of the progressive movement. In the absence of another pro-life alternative, the Susan B. Anthony List announced last week that it had volunteers canvass the district to mobilize turnout for Lipinski.
  • Ryan says Mueller won't be fired

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    The Trump legal team had also reached out to high-profile Washington attorney Ted Olson from the law firm Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP about joining the group. Since May of past year, Mueller, who helmed the F.B.I. from 2001 to 2003, has led the Justice Department's inquiry into how the Kremlin meddled in the 2016 presidential election.
  • Holocaust denier, anti-Semite wins Republican congressional race

    Holocaust denier, anti-Semite wins Republican congressional race

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    Jones is virtually guaranteed to lose the general election in the heavily Democratic district which represents parts of Chicago and its southwestern suburbs. But his campaign website contains a page devoted to the Holocaust, which he said in an interview was "a greatly overblown nonevent" and "an worldwide extortion racket".
  • I feel at home at Chelsea: N'Golo Kante

    I feel at home at Chelsea: N'Golo Kante

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    After a successful last season with Real Madrid, where he played small cameos in crucial UEFA Champions League games, Asensio turned out to be the difference maker in a lot of them. He ran of Diego Costa and Nemanja Matic, and their replacements have done little to help the side push to regain the Premier League title. It isn't one to get fans too excited as the Blues head the list of teams tracking Luke Shaw .
  • Woman facing charges after crashing auto into sheriff's office substation

    Woman facing charges after crashing auto into sheriff's office substation

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    Monday. A Broward County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman said it was "quite troubling" the woman had intentionally crashed her auto into the building, according to WPLG-TV. The driver was taken to Memorial Regional Hospital with third degree burns while the worker who helped her was also hospitalized, after hurting herself getting the woman out the auto.
  • High-level thinker Gregory Salcido fired by school board over anti-military rant

    High-level thinker Gregory Salcido fired by school board over anti-military rant

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    Salcido will remain on unpaid leave pending any appeals and told the Whittier Daily News via text message that it "would not be appropriate to comment until I am officially notified of a decision by the District". I don't think it's at all a revelation to anybody that those who aren't stellar students usually find the military a better option. "If anything I've said has hurt somebody it was unintentional".
  • K-pop stars to perform in North Korea in art troupe visit

    K-pop stars to perform in North Korea in art troupe visit

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    While speaking to government officials Wednesday, Moon said the three-way talks would hinge on how individual talks go with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The series of summits should aim for a "complete end" to the nuclear and peace issues on the Korean peninsula, Moon said. Two other members would be officials from the Blue House and the National Intelligence Service (NIS), respectively.
  • Palestinian leader calls U.S. ambassador a 'son of a dog'

    Palestinian leader calls U.S. ambassador a 'son of a dog'

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    Sri Lanka stands by its position that it is only by realizing the vision of two States living side-by-side in peace, security and mutual recognition, with Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and Palestine, with all matters resolved permanently through negotiations, that the legitimate aspirations of both parties and sustainable peace can be achieved.
  • Rockets fired on Syria's capital; 35 people killed

    Rockets fired on Syria's capital; 35 people killed

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    In late February, the Russian Reconciliation Center in Syria said it had obtained information that militants in the Damascus suburb of Eastern Ghouta had been " preparing a provocation with the use of poisonous substances in order to blame the government forces of using chemical weapons against civilians ".
  • Bayer gets European Union green light for Monsanto deal with sale to BASF

    Bayer gets European Union green light for Monsanto deal with sale to BASF

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    Monsanto declined comment. A Bayer spokesman said the company doesn't comment on rumors, but added it remains in talks with regulators. German chemical and pharma major Bayer today said it has received "conditional" approval from the European Commission for its proposed United States dollars 66 billion acquisition of US-based biotech major Monsanto.
  • Kosovo MPs let off tear gas in parliament over controversial border deal

    Kosovo MPs let off tear gas in parliament over controversial border deal

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    Kosovo's opposition lawmakers release a teargas canister inside the country's parliament in Pristina on March 21, 2018 before a vote for an agreement to ratify or not a border demarcation deal signed in 2015 with Montenegro. But the session failed to resume for a third time with tear gas thrown again in the chamber by the opposition. However, Vetevendosje opposes the deal, arguing it would wrongly cede some 8,000 hectares of Kosovo territory to its neighbor.
  • Congress posing threat to democracy by aligning with Cambridge Analytica, says BJP

    Congress posing threat to democracy by aligning with Cambridge Analytica, says BJP

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    Apart from using private data of million, Cambridge Analytica is also accused of using shell companies, sex workers, fake news and bribes to sway election outcomes in several countries, according to a report by Channel4News. "It appears fake statements, fake press conferences & fake agendas have become an everyday character of BJP and its "Lawless" Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad ", Mr Surjewala said.
  • Fonterra takes large profit hit, down 36 per cent

    Fonterra takes large profit hit, down 36 per cent

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    Fonterra's ingredients business posted ebit of $558m, up 9 per cent, while its consumer and foodservice posted earnings of $193m, down 38 per cent. The announcement came on the same day the dairy firm reported losses of $348 million in its interim results.
  • Government job: Railway to release another notification soon

    Government job: Railway to release another notification soon

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    Attempting to restore normalcy, the local police resorted to a mild lathi-charge to disperse the protestors. The protesting students pelted stones in retaliation. The notification is already issued with the last date of submitting application on 31 March. In Delhi, Union railway minister Piyush Goyal told reporters the protest was called off at around 10.35am.
  • Raj Babbar resigns as Uttar Pradesh Congress chief

    Raj Babbar resigns as Uttar Pradesh Congress chief

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    The resignations reaffirm the nervousness in the old guard of the party after Rahul formally took over as Congress chief. He was assigned the role of UP Party President during the assembly election in 2017. It is also being reported that the party may replace Raj Babbar with a prominent leader from the Brahmin community. The senior leaders had been speaking of a possible generational shift and the proposed reforms in the organisational structure even before he took over as the party president.
  • Afghanistan: 'Dozens killed' in explosion near Kabul University

    Afghanistan: 'Dozens killed' in explosion near Kabul University

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    The incident happened close to the Ali Abad hospital and Kabul University. Nasrat Rahimi, the deputy spokesman for the Interior Ministry, said another 18 people were wounded in the attack. Kabul authorities overhauled the security plan of the city after the attack, establishing a new system to prevent large-scale terror strikes. The extra security in the Afghan capital has turned the city center into a fortified zone, and security forces say they have intercepted numerous attacks before ...
  • Sasikala's affidavit says AIADMK leaders met Jayalalithaa in hospital

    Sasikala's affidavit says AIADMK leaders met Jayalalithaa in hospital

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    Sasikala said that Jayalalithaa was unwell and called for help when she was in the bathroom on the first floor of her Poes Garden residence. Sasikala then helped Jayalalithaa to her bed, where she "fainted". Doubts have been raised over the events leading to Jayalalithaa's hospitalisation and her death by various quarters with opposition parties including the DMK demanding a CBI probe.