• President Trump to Jump White House Correspondents' Supper

    President Trump to Jump White House Correspondents' Supper

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    Despite his difficulties, Pruitt's hold on his job may be stronger than past Cabinet secretaries who have found themselves ousted from the Trump administration after a string of negative stories because he is seen as someone who is carrying out the President's vision on environmental policy.
  • Salman Khan to spend another night in jail, refuses dinner and breakfast

    Salman Khan to spend another night in jail, refuses dinner and breakfast

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    Salman Khan today spent a second consecutive day at the Jodhpur Central Jail but few of his Twitter happy colleagues ventured online to voice their support for the "Sultan" of Bollywood, arguably the industry's most saleable star. Magistrate Ravindra Kumar Joshi also sought the record of the case from the lower court. This was the third poaching case against Salman during the " Hum Saath Saath Hain " shoot.
  • At least 27 dead following air strikes on Eastern Ghouta

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    Jaish al-Islam, the last remaining rebel group in Eastern Ghouta, denies the accusation. The violence came after almost two weeks of calm in the last rebel-held town in the area known as eastern Ghouta after the Russians have agreed with the Army of Islam to evacuate the area toward rebel-held regions north of the country.
  • Four arrested after police stop auto linked to drugs in Rushden

    Four arrested after police stop auto linked to drugs in Rushden

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    The alleged victim told police Evans began pushing her head and screamed at her while she was driving him home. The accused, identified as an Asian, planted the marijuana for experimental purposes, police said. Crecelius is under arrest and being guarded at a local hospital until he is able to be transported to the Lee County Jail. The victim sustained minor injuries, the report adds.
  • Trump flags $US100bn more China tariffs

    Trump flags $US100bn more China tariffs

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    On Tuesday, the White House went ahead with tariffs that target manufacturing technology, arguing that Chinese trade practices have unfairly hurt US business. Asked by a reporter on Wednesday if China would reduce its US Treasury holdings in retaliation, Vice Finance Minister Zhu Guangyao reiterated China's long-standing policy regarding its foreign exchange reserves, saying it is a responsible investor and that it will safeguard their value.
  • Pearisburg library celebrates National Library Week

    Pearisburg library celebrates National Library Week

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    April 8-14 is National Library Week, an annual celebration of the life-changing work of libraries, librarians, and library workers. County Public Libraries are once again celebrating National Library Week by helping to end hunger in our community.
  • Pruitt sidelined EPA officials who questioned his spending habits

    Pruitt sidelined EPA officials who questioned his spending habits

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    Pruitt , who has had his own battles at the EPA , is rumored to be angling for Mr. Sessions' job. Instead, the sources said , the officials who disagreed with Pruitt were iced out, reassigned or demoted . "Mr. Pruitt bristled when the officials-four career E.P.A. employees and one Trump administration political appointee-confronted him, said the people, who were not authorized to speak publicly".
  • Hillary Clinton Addressed Critics Who Say She Should 'Go Away'

    Hillary Clinton Addressed Critics Who Say She Should 'Go Away'

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    Juanita Broaddrick , who famously accused former president Bill Clinton of raping her in 1978, stopped by Unfiltered on Wednesday - and told Cupp what she'd say to Hillary Clinton if she had the chance to speak with her today. "I believe that it was a wave that was building and building", she said. "And you sit there and think 'does he think I was elected?'" "We'll find out if any of that was Russian money".
  • FBI Seizes Backpage.com, a Site Criticized for Sex-Related Ads

    FBI Seizes Backpage.com, a Site Criticized for Sex-Related Ads

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    Then, hours later, a message was posted to the website, apparently from the U.S. Justice Department, that notified users it was being shutdown by the federal government. Earlier this year, government pressure forced Backpage to shut down adult ads. Lacey was a one executive of the New Times , but sold off the newspapers to exclusively operate Backpage.
  • China trade war fears escalate as threats ramp up

    China trade war fears escalate as threats ramp up

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    In a statement , the ministry said today, if Washington persisted in what Beijing describes as protectionism, China would "dedicate itself to the end and at any cost and will definitely fight back firmly". The ministry also vowed to take "comprehensive countermeasures", according to Xinhua, although it did not add further details. "Over 40 percent of Chinese exports to the United States came from U.S.
  • Will fight back at any cost

    Will fight back at any cost

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    After a bullish regular trading day, U.S. equity futures sold off sharply in after-market-hours trading. The dollar fell to 106.86 yen from 107.12 yen. Chinese tariffs on pork and nuts and a threat of tariffs on soybeans have already depressed farm prices in the US. But the bellicose rhetoric from the White House represents an escalation in the tense trade standoff.
  • Budget session marked by disruptions, low productivity

    Budget session marked by disruptions, low productivity

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    Also, while the brief first half was productive, the second barely functioned as TRS, YSR Congress, TDP and AIADMK blockaded both Houses. Kharge alleged that it was the government and its allies who were disrupting the Lok Sabha and questioned why members causing disturbance were not suspended and the no-confidence motions taken up for discussion.
  • Pensioner who 'stabbed burglar to death' to face NO action by cops

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    He was given first aid, but was pronounced dead at the scene about 25 minutes later. There have been 10 fatal stabbings in London in the last 19 days, following on from the 80 fatal stabbings recorded in the city a year ago. He told the Evening Standard: " London's streets are so risky". Young people are being slaughtered every day. London Mayor Sadiq Khan said the fall in the use of stop-and-search since 2010 was "welcome" before he took office, and that he would "do everything ...
  • CWG 2018 : Indian cyclists disappoint on 2nd day

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    Tali Darsigny of Saint Hyacinthe, Quebec won the silver medal in the women's 58 kilogram weightlifting competition, Rachel Leblanc-Bazinet of Saint Hyacinthe, Quebec won the bronze medal in the women's 53 kilogram weightlifting competition and Markus Thormeyer of Newmarket, Ontario won the bronze medal in the men's 100m backstroke swimming event.
  • Facebook unveils clampdown on political ads ahead of Congress appearance

    Facebook unveils clampdown on political ads ahead of Congress appearance

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    Now, the company says, that process will be rolled out worldwide - and also extended from covering exclusively political ads to the fuzzier category of "issue" advertising. It also more directly addresses the misinformation tactics of the Russian "troll farm", the Internet Research Agency, which was disclosed a year ago to have bought a number of Facebook adverts in an attempt to sway the USA election.
  • Searchers Find Cellphone At Site Of Deadly Calif. Cliff Plunge

    Searchers Find Cellphone At Site Of Deadly Calif. Cliff Plunge

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    Authorities have said that data from the vehicle's software suggested the crash was deliberate. The bodies of three of their children - Markis , 19, Jeremiah , 14, and Abigail , 14 - were found nearby. Police have yet to ascertain whether a struggle took place between Hart and her partner or whether all the children were alive at the time of the incident, Allman told CNN on Wednesday .
  • XPO Logistics, Inc. (NYSE:XPO): Rundown of the Numbers & Valuation

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    Old Dominion Capital Management Inc who had been investing in Republic Services Inc. for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $22.34 billion market cap company. XPO Logistics Inc (NYSE:XPO) saw unusually large options trading on Tuesday. The market research has indicated that stock ranges considering their 52 weeks highs are likely to escalate.