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The law at stake in the case, National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA) v. Becerra , involves anti-abortion clinics that, according to a state legislative committee, "pose as full-service women's health clinics, but aim to discourage and prevent women from seeking abortions".
  • Athletes take no days off over spring break

    Athletes take no days off over spring break

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    Stephanie Barry is entering her sophomore season running the 400 meter, 800 meter and her favorite, the 4×400 meter relay. About 12 varsity teams, along with some subvarsity squads, will take part in the annual Roughneck Relays at Griggs Field in West Columbia.
  • BJP win 8 seating UP RS polls: Jatiely, Jaya win polls

    BJP win 8 seating UP RS polls: Jatiely, Jaya win polls

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    Even after that, it will be left with 28 surplus votes. Uttarakhand (1), and Gujarat (4) - were elected unanimously. The ruling parties in Telangana and West Bengal also did well. As the smoke cleared, the BJP emerged as the biggest gainer. Besides BJP's prominent victor Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley , others who made it to the Upper House of Parliament from the party are Ashok Bajpai, Vijay Pal Singh Tomar, Sakal Deep Rajbhar, Kanta Kardam, Anil Jain, Harnath Singh Yadav, GVL ...
  • What if Trump's really serious about arming teachers?

    What if Trump's really serious about arming teachers?

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    While she highly praises her students and the South Glens Falls district, her students praise her equally . Below, Dakota Prairie art teacher Emily Charlson's classroom is a popular place during Genius Hour, with anywhere between 12-30 kids typically signing up for the different projects she thinks up.
  • WTF? Say 50 million Facebook users

    WTF? Say 50 million Facebook users

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    In fact, from our subsequent research on the topic, we found out that the predictions we gave SCL were 6 times more likely to get all 5 of a person's personality traits wrong as it was to get them all correct. Be aware of the personal information you are sharing with strangers. "Utilities get regulated." She was arguing from a historic perspective of how the telephone system and all of these other systems didn't used to be considered utilities in the US, but then eventually became so ...
  • RS elections 2018: A Samajwadi Party dinner that had Mayawati smiling

    RS elections 2018: A Samajwadi Party dinner that had Mayawati smiling

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    Party leaders, however, asserted that they were firmly in the Samajwadi Party fold. The Samajwadi Party has 47 MLAs in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly, of whom Nitin Agarwal is expected to vote for the BJP. The BSP has 19 MLAs and to send a candidate to the Upper House, a candidate would need 37 MLA votes. Nitin Agrawal is the son of Naresh Agrawal, who recently quit SP and joined the saffron party.
  • Barack Obama arrives in Sydney for exclusive event

    Barack Obama arrives in Sydney for exclusive event

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    He will then speak at a private event in Auckland on Thursday evening, organised by the New Zealand United States Council. Obama received an official Powhiri welcome for his three-day visit to New Zealand, during which he will also meet with community leaders.
  • Spy attack: United Kingdom expels 23 Russian diplomats

    Spy attack: United Kingdom expels 23 Russian diplomats

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    May's announcement comes hours after Moscow ignored a midnight deadline to explain how the military-grade nerve agent, which was developed by the former Soviet Union, came to be used against ex-spy Sergei Skirpal and his daughter, Yulia. Mrs May said she would be pushing for a "robust worldwide response" when the United Nations Security Council met yesterday in NY to discuss the attack on Mr Sergei Skripal and his daughter on March 4.
  • China to Retaliate Against US Farming to Damage President Trump's Electoral Support

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    Those goods include 128 United States agricultural and steel products including fruit, wine, pork, steel pipes and recycled aluminium. Planned US tariffs on China could hit hard. China's imports of US agricultural goods declined by three billion dollars to just over $19 billion over the two-year period. Almonds, pistachios and wine and three major California agricultural exports are on Beijing's retaliation list.
  • Russian official says Britain hiding lack of proof

    Russian official says Britain hiding lack of proof

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    As she arrived for a summit in Brussels on March 22, May also said that she would tell other European Union leaders that they must unite to counter a threat from a Russian Federation that "doesn't respect borders". Grybauskaite said Friday that "we got more detailed information from the prime minister May and it was very good information". At a Brussels summit, May shared information about why Britain is convinced Moscow was behind the nerve-agent attack.
  • UK Investigators Raid Cambridge Analytica Offices In London

    UK Investigators Raid Cambridge Analytica Offices In London

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    Britain is investigating whether Facebook, the world's largest social media network, did enough to protect data. "We will now need to assess and consider the evidence before deciding the next steps and coming to any conclusions". Lawmakers in the USA have also called on Zuckerberg to testify about how Facebook safeguards user data. The company has seen its stock market value plunge by around $75 million amid the crisis, as shares closed the week down 13 percent - their worst seven days ...
  • Charges dropped against most Turkish officers accused in DC clash

    Charges dropped against most Turkish officers accused in DC clash

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    During Tillerson's visit, Cavusoglu said the YPG/PKK terrorists should first withdraw from Manbij, northern Syria for Turkey to take steps with the USA based on trust. The scenes were captured by dozens of onlookers and shared on social media, leading many USA lawmakers to issue angry statements , including Senator John McCain who called Turkey a third world country.
  • China warns of imposing Dollars 3 bn trade tariffs on US

    China warns of imposing Dollars 3 bn trade tariffs on US

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    But China's Hong Kong-listed WH Group, the world's largest pork producer and which acquired major United States pork and hog producer Smithfield Foods Inc five years ago, fell 5.17 percent to HK$8.98. Chinese interests also helped launch the Michigan-China Innovation Center in Detroit in 2016 to revitalize the Midwestern state's economy. Boeing dropped more than 5 percent, while Cisco Systems dropped 2.8 percent.
  • Cyclone Nora to hit Cape York

    Cyclone Nora to hit Cape York

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    Gulf cyclones were more unpredictable, and a coastal crossing of the Cape York Peninsula was possible anywhere south of Weipa on Saturday afternoon or Sunday, the Bureau of Meteorology said. Northern Australia has been warned to brace for a category three tropical cyclone expected to make landfall over the weekend. "These crews will have the ability to fly into any area requiring assistance within four hours of being notified and will be self-sustaining for 48 hours", she said on Friday.
  • Protest over Stephon Clark's death turns ugly

    Protest over Stephon Clark's death turns ugly

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    Temple said Chief Daniel Hahn was a friend of his and that he appreciated the police force releasing video of the shooting, "but that has to stop". The Sacramento Bee reported the protests "turned ugly" on Friday when one bystander was accosted.
  • Russian spy: European Union recalls Russia ambassador after nerve agent attack

    Russian spy: European Union recalls Russia ambassador after nerve agent attack

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    Britain has accused Russia of using a military-grade nerve agent to poison former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter, who have been in critical condition for two weeks. Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite said she was ready to expel Russian spies . "I think the comparison with 1936 is certainly right ", Johnson said, adding: "I think it's an emetic prospect , frankly, to think of Putin glorying in this sporting event".
  • Lalu convicted for seven years in fourth fodder scam case

    Lalu convicted for seven years in fourth fodder scam case

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    As per the charge sheet, the accused, mostly contractors, suppliers and officials of the Animal Husbandry department, withdrew Rs 3.76 crore by submitting 96 forged bills in merely two months. The court had on March 19 held the 69-year-old RJD chief guilty along with 18 others in connection with the Dumka treasury case. Prasad was sentenced 3.5 years of jail term in this case.
  • Amit Shah's letter full of false information: Chandrababu Naidu

    Amit Shah's letter full of false information: Chandrababu Naidu

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    Even now Centre is providing special benefits to North Eastern states. Naidu also refuted Shah's allegation that the state government was not able to utilize the funds given to it by the Centre. "It is a decision; I am afraid, will be construed as being guided wholly and exclusively by political considerations instead of developmental concerns", the letter read.
  • Ukrainian MP Savchenko accused of plotting to overthrow parliament

    Ukrainian MP Savchenko accused of plotting to overthrow parliament

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    Parliament passed the law against bearing weapons in the chamber on Tuesday, after the prosecutor general, Yuri V. Lutsenko, accused Ms. Savchenko of plotting a coup that would include an attack on Parliament. Savchenko was arrested in Ukraine Thursday for allegedly planning to overthrow the government. Russian President Vladimir Putin pardoned her shortly afterward amid worldwide outrage at her sentence and she returned to Ukraine amid great fanfare.
  • ISIS Operative Yasmeen Mohammed sentenced to 7 years in prison by NIA

    ISIS Operative Yasmeen Mohammed sentenced to 7 years in prison by NIA

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    She was arrested from Delhi worldwide airport in July 2016 when she was about to leave the country with her minor son. The special court in Ernakulam found Yasmeen Mohammed Zahid, a native of Bihar, guilty of hatching criminal conspiracy with the first accused, Abdulla Abdul Rashid of Kasaragod, with the intention of furthering the objectives of ISIS .
  • Delhi Police tenders apology for manhandling woman journo at JNU protest

    Delhi Police tenders apology for manhandling woman journo at JNU protest

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    Unruly scenes of violence broke out on Friday afternoon when a protest march of JNU students and members of JNU Teachers'Association (JNUTU) to Parliament was brought to a halt by Delhi Police. The Delhi Police, after facing the wrath of the media, finally apologised for manhandling photojournalist Anushree Fadnavis on March 24. Journalists put their cameras on the ground and sit in protest outside the Police headquarters.
  • Mom arrested after video showed baby smoking cigar

    Mom arrested after video showed baby smoking cigar

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    The public defender's office didn't immediately respond to emails seeking comment after the hearing. Lofton, 20, was charged with two counts of felony child abuse, contributing to delinquency and possession of marijuana before she was booked in the Wake County Detention Center.