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White House lawyer Ty Cobb will retire at the end of the month, the White House said on Wednesday, further shaking up President Donald Trump's legal team as the president intensifies his attacks on the special counsel's Russian Federation investigation.
  • Pro-Second Amendment students stage nationwide school walkout

    Pro-Second Amendment students stage nationwide school walkout

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    KTVU reported that almost 100 students walked out at California High. "During a 16 minute walkout, that breaks down to 91 American lives saved during the walkout". You can use them for hunting or target practice - defense mechanism. Wednesday's walkout comes after other students in favor of restricting gun access have walked out across the country in protest of recent gun violence.
  • White supremacist found guilty in Charlottesville beating

    White supremacist found guilty in Charlottesville beating

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    Elmer Woodard, Goodwin's attorney, argued his client "came to exercise free speech" while Harris went to "abuse free speech", The Washington Post reports. "He's got a full body shield". However, Harris was acquitted of misdemeanor assault and battery in March. He swung a flashlight at the flagpole to knock it away before rushing into the parking garage where he was subsequently attacked.
  • Georgia Governor Candidate Points Shotgun at Teenager in Appalling Campaign Ad

    Georgia Governor Candidate Points Shotgun at Teenager in Appalling Campaign Ad

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    He's cleaning a shotgun with its barrel aimed at a nervous teenager "who's interested in one of my daughters" while the boy recites Kemp's cookie-cutter conservative agenda. State Sen. Michael Williams, who was the first Georgia elected official to back Donald Trump's presidential campaign, said there is "zero evidence" banning bump stocks would prevent gun violence deaths, and he's giving one device away in a show of support for the Second Amendment.
  • Major League Baseball plots return to Japan for 2019 season-opener

    Major League Baseball plots return to Japan for 2019 season-opener

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    With AP Photos.The Oakland Athletics and Seattle Mariners will play an opening two-game series in Tokyo on March 20 and 21. "I would like to express my honest gratitude to Major League Baseball, the Major League Baseball Players Association, and all those making a great effort in preparation for the Japan-U.S".
  • Trump to Make First Visit to State Department

    Trump to Make First Visit to State Department

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    New Secretary of State Mike Pompeo greets State Department employees as he arrives at the State Department in Washington, May 1, 2018 . "Mike is a true American patriot", Trump said as he praised the new top USA diplomat. In the Trump administration, the State Department has been shaken and demoralized by the departures of many senior diplomats and a hiring freeze, and has found itself sidelined by the White House on foreign policy.
  • Military transport plane crashes near Georgia airport

    Military transport plane crashes near Georgia airport

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    A C-130 Hercules military transport plane carrying five people crashed and burst into flames Wednesday just after taking off from a Georgia airport, officials said. It is unclear how many people were aboard the aircraft, or whether there were injuries or fatalities. Roads in the surrounding area have been closed and there are significant delays to flights at Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport.
  • CJP takes suo motu notice of targeted killings of Hazara community members

    CJP takes suo motu notice of targeted killings of Hazara community members

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    After holding a meeting with Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa Tuesday night, the leaders of the Shiite Hazara community have called off the days-long protest against the target killings. Bizenjo said terrorists were attempting to ignite sectarian violence in Quetta by killing innocent Hazara people. The security forces have busted many terrorists' networks, he said, adding: "We know how these networks are being supported by hostile agencies".
  • Prom Dress Sparks Debate of Cultural Appropriation on Twitter

    Prom Dress Sparks Debate of Cultural Appropriation on Twitter

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    Daum said she received many compliments from everyone at prom and even from people who she has never met. "I feel that there's a difference between wearing something with a different intent, because I personally, I wore the dress because I really respect the culture, and I believe it is very handsome".
  • 1-year-old apparently beaten at IN day care

    1-year-old apparently beaten at IN day care

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    An Indiana mother is demanding answers after she picked up her little boy from an Indianapolis daycare with bruise and cuts all over his face. "She didn't call the police, she didn't call the ambulance, she didn't call nobody", she said.
  • Deadly attack hits Libya's election headquarters

    Deadly attack hits Libya's election headquarters

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    According to the official, the terrorists, including a suicide bomber, entered the office, started shooting and set the building on fire. The suicide bomber blew himself up inside the building in central Tripoli, while other militants set fire to it, Health Ministry spokeswoman Wedad Abu Niran told The Associated Press.
  • Congress believes in 'ease of doing murder', says PM Modi in Karnataka

    Congress believes in 'ease of doing murder', says PM Modi in Karnataka

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    The outcome will set the tone for the next general elections whose timing also is likely to be impacted by the results. "For the Chief Minister ( Siddaramaiah ) the rule is "2+1". "They tore off ordinances and disrespected him". Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah turned on the attack Manner on Twitter again this morning after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's jibe about a "two-plus-one Method".
  • S Korean President Says Trump Should Win Nobel Prize for Peace Efforts

    S Korean President Says Trump Should Win Nobel Prize for Peace Efforts

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    U. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Sunday that Trump would maintain a "pressure campaign" of harsh sanctions on impoverished North Korea until Kim scraps his nuclear weapon program. While there remain questions about whether North Korea will relinquish its nukes as it heads into negotiations with the United States, Mr. Kim's promises amount to the North's most specific acknowledgment yet that "denuclearization" would constitute surrendering its weapons.
  • Not avenging Justice Joseph's Uttarakhand order: Law Minister

    Not avenging Justice Joseph's Uttarakhand order: Law Minister

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    It also considered the names of judges from Calcutta, Rajasthan, and Telangana and Andhra Pradesh High Courts for elevation as Judges of the Supreme Court. However, CJI Dipak Misra dismissed the petitions, saying that the Centre was well within its right to reject the Collegium's recommendation for Justice Joseph's elevation to the apex court.
  • World's first floating nuclear power plant bound for the Arctic, warns Greenpeace

    World's first floating nuclear power plant bound for the Arctic, warns Greenpeace

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    It will also be the first one since the Sturgis floating nuclear power plant used by the United States in Panama from 1968 to 1975, as Ars Technica pointed out . "This is enough to keep the activity of the town populated with 100,000 people", Rosatom went on to say. Environmentalists believe that the floating power plant is designed not to solve the problems of security of the Russian North energy, and as a demonstration exhibit for the objective of further export of such platforms.
  • Israel, US Condemn Palestinian President Over 'Anti-Semitic' Comments

    Israel, US Condemn Palestinian President Over 'Anti-Semitic' Comments

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    The remarks were met with harsh criticism by the Trump administration, with Donald Trump's special envoy for worldwide negotiations Jason Greenblatt describing the rant as "very distressing and terribly disheartening" and US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman saying that it is not Israel that is seeking conflict in the Middle East.