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  • Trump administration signals transgender student policy change

    Trump administration signals transgender student policy change

    So far, the Trump administration says they will not undo President Obama's protection for LGBT employees. The Trump administration has withdrawn a request to limit a nationwide injunction on former President Barack ObamaBarack ObamaTrump admin withdraws request to limit ban on Obama-era transgender policy Gorsuch submits questionnaire for Supreme Court nomination Trump-McCain feud takes new turn MORE's transgender policy, according to Politico .

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  • Samsung executive under scrutiny again in political scandal

    Samsung executive under scrutiny again in political scandal

    Lee, the billionaire vice chairman of technology giant Samsung Electronics, will be summoned along with two other group officials on Monday morning, said Lee Kyu-chul, the spokesman of the prosecution team. She also denies committing criminal offenses. The scandal centres on Park's confidante, Choi Soon-sil, who is accused of using her ties to the president to force local firms to "donate" almost $70 million to two non-profit foundations which Choi allegedly used for personal gain.

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  • Braves nearing trade for Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips

    Phillips has invoked his no-trade clause in the past, vetoing moves to the Nationals and Diamondbacks in the previous year, and another potential trade to the Braves in January. Lost in the news is the unfortunate reason why the Braves rekindled trade talks. Phillips is no longer the All-Star he was at his peak, but for a rebuilding team like the Braves, they just need a dependable starter who can get them through the year and will hopefully be able to help groom a future star like ...

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  • Stephen Miller: 'Steve Bannon has no role whatsoever in drafting executive orders'

    Stephen Miller: 'Steve Bannon has no role whatsoever in drafting executive orders'

    Sarah, was slain by an illegal immigrant, asking host George Stephanopoulos what he would tell families of those killed by illegals. Shortly after the fledgling White House policy advisor vociferously defended the nascent administration's controversial travel ban, advanced false claims that widespread voter fraud cost Trump the popular vote, dodged questions about Mike Flynn's standing in the West Wing and backed Kellyanne Conway's unscrupulous "free commercial" for Ivanka Trump's ...

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  • Hamburg Airport Cancels Flights as Unknown Substance Injures 50 People

    Hamburg Airport Cancels Flights as Unknown Substance Injures 50 People

    Nine were taken to a hospital though none were seriously affected by the incident. At around 11:00 a.m., in the area where luggage is scanned, passengers reported suffering from "respiratory ailments, nausea, and stinging eyes", as reported by Yahoo! Lightly dressed passengers were rushed outside the terminal in freezing temperature but were allowed back in shortly after.

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  • Mayor: NYC Public Schools Closed Thursday

    At least 8 inches of snow is. The snow starts to end from west to east between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. Thursday, Arnone says. With the storm subsiding Thursday night, the National Weather Service released an unofficial snowfall map, with observed totals from spotters as of 8 p.m.

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  • ICE Fights Back Against Fake News on Criminal Alien Arrests

    ICE Fights Back Against Fake News on Criminal Alien Arrests

    Officials denied that the rash of raids was in any way linked to President Trump's executive order targeting illegal immigration and sanctuary cities . In this photo provided by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, officers detain a suspect as they conduct a targeted enforcement operation in Los Angeles on February 7, 2017.

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  • Chicago 2017: Toyota brings out the sporty RAV4 Adventure

    Chicago 2017: Toyota brings out the sporty RAV4 Adventure

    A few changes will be added to the 2018 Tundra lineup for 2018 as well, as the Limited and 1794 Edition will receive a new billet style grille while select trims will add a new mesh grille. On both models, the TRD Sport treatment entails new bumpers, new grilles, 20-inch black wheels, and various black-finish exterior parts. Inside isn't left untouched either, with Toyota adding bespoke leather trim panels, a 120V/100W power socket in the cargo area, special door sill protectors, and ...

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  • Russian Stripped of London 2012 Gold Medal

    Another Kenyan, Janeth Jepkosgei, could be upgraded to World Championship silver, with Montano the new recipient of the bronze medal from the event six years ago. CAS said all prizes won between July 26, 2010 and August 19, 2013, are forfeited. The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on Friday sanctioned Russian 800-metre runner Mariya Savinova for four years over violations of anti-doping rules.

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  • Deported mom becomes face of debate on Trump immigration policy

    Deported mom becomes face of debate on Trump immigration policy

    Wednesday's protests were mostly peaceful, but police said on Twitter that "despite repeated warnings, some engaging in criminal acts" refused to stop. At the time , she was not considered a priority for the agency. "The case involving Mrs. Garcia de Rayos illustrates a new reality for the Mexican community living in the United States, facing the most severe implementation of immigration control measures", Mexico's Foreign Ministry said in a statement Friday.

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  • Flights to and from Northeast canceled, delayed during winter storm

    Nationwide, about 3,600 flights were canceled, according to Flightaware .com. Areas south of Worcester and extending as far as Providence and Hartford could see as much as 20 inches of snow locally. Heavy snow and high winds associated with Winter Storm Niko are complicating travel across the Northeast U.S. Thursday . Many government offices also were shuttered with MA and CT ordering non-emergency workers to stay home.

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  • Chaffetz, Cummings: Kellyanne Conway Appeared to Violate Ethics Law

    Chaffetz, Cummings: Kellyanne Conway Appeared to Violate Ethics Law

    Donald Trump on Wednesday lashed out at department store chain Nordstrom for dropping his daughter's clothing line, again spotlighting the intermingling of the U.S. But Conway's comments on " Fox and Friends " appeared to mix politics and business in a more straightforward, and ethically dubious, way. House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz is calling the comments unacceptable .

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  • Trump uses White House to bash Nordstrom for dumping Ivanka

    Maxx, Marshall's, and Home Goods) explained, per The Times . Trump has said that as president, he would distance himself from his business interests. Nordstrom has also been assailed by anti-Trump forces. "In this case, based on the brand's performance, we've decided not to buy it for this season", the company explained in a statement released by Bloomberg .

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  • Canadian PM Trudeau to visit Trump in Washington on Monday

    In January, just days before Trump took office, [url=http://www t=_blank] Digital Journal reported on press secretary Sean Spicer's comment when asked about his threat to tax goods manufactured by USA companies in Mexico and Canada. The two leaders are slated to play golf Saturday in Florida. Freeland showed Wednesday she was not afraid to speak plainly about her intention to "forcefully" protect Canada's interests.

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  • Trump reiterates support for Turkey in call with Erdogan

    During the 45-minute phone call - their first since Trump took office last month - both leaders expressed commitment to the Turkish-U.S. alliance and close partnership, especially on counter-terrorism efforts. Syrian opposition fighters, supported by the Turkish forces and air strikes which killed 58 ISIS fighters, took control of hills near al-Bab early Wednesday, as Syrian government backed forces advanced to within kilometers of the southern outskirts of the city, media and observatory ...

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  • Supreme Court backs claimant in pensions struggle

    The scheme said it had not received a nomination form from McMullan while he was alive and could not pay Brewster the pension. Following these changes, Brewster brought her case to the Supreme Court. "We paid into that scheme for years and neither I nor anyone belonging to Lenny's family were going to be able to avail of that pension fund that we had paid into the pot".

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  • Housing White Paper quotes Pink Planning reports

    Housing White Paper quotes Pink Planning reports

    In a statement to MP, Mr Javid will go through the details of England's housing strategy. The minister, who will publish the long-awaited housing white paper will promise action "to tackle failures at every point in the system". The government will also consult on plans for three-year tenancies to be offered on all BTR schemes. Young people's faces pressed against the estate agent's window, trying and failing to find a home they can afford.

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  • Mulayam Singh Yadav will campaign for SP-Congress

    Mulayam Singh Yadav will campaign for SP-Congress

    Mulayam had openly come out in protest against the development, saying the SP was capable of winning a majority in the state on its own and did not require an alliance. It is "S" for Samajwadi Party, "C" for Congress, "A" for Akhilesh and "M" for Mayawati". "Now leave it, there will be no new party", Mulayam Singh Yadav said.

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  • Patriots QB Tom Brady's Game-Worn Super Bowl 51 Jersey is Missing

    Patriots QB Tom Brady's Game-Worn Super Bowl 51 Jersey is Missing

    No side had blown that sort of lead in Super Bowl history - the record was 10 points - so it seemed like Atlanta were going to finally grasp the Vince Lombardi Trophy for the first time. The longer Brady talked leading up to his record seventh Super Bowl, the deeper he left the impression that this one feels different. He said: 'A lot has transpired over the last two years, and I don't think that needs any explanation.

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  • What to expect in Sony's upcoming PS4 Software Update 4.50

    What to expect in Sony's upcoming PS4 Software Update 4.50

    The mode "lets [the] PS4 Pro run at a higher GPU and CPU clock speed in order to improve gameplay on some PS4 games that were released before the launch of PS4 Pro", a company spokesperson said in a statement " Games that have a variable frame rate may benefit from a higher frame rate, and load times may be shorter in some games too ".

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  • Recent analysts Ratings: Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. (NASDAQ:FOXA)

    The company's broadcast division also carried last night's Super Bowl, which will add to results in the current period. The corporation has a market cap of US$57.8 Billion. 03/17/2016 - Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. had its " rating reiterated by analysts at BTIG Research. They fell 1.1 percent to $31.06 at the close in NY and have gained 24 percent in the past year, in line with the S&P 500 Media Index.

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  • State Senate Will Consider Ridesharing Bill Monday

    State Senate Will Consider Ridesharing Bill Monday

    Uber previously operated in Anchorage from September 2014 to March 2015, when a judge ordered the company to either continue offering its rides for free, comply with all local taxi rules or cease operations. Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo supports the expansion. The bill, introduced last week, would require the state Department of Motor Vehicles to set up a regulatory system for ride-hailing companies, which allow users to summon a driver from their smartphone.

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  • Knesset passes historic bill to legalize settlements on Palestinian land

    Britain has long opposed the policy of settlement building on occupied Palestinian land, believing it to be a barrier to peace. "I never said that I want to delay the vote on this law", Netanyahu said. Last week, the few hundred residents of the Amona outpost in the West Bank were evicted after the Supreme Court ruled their homes were built on private Palestinian land.

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  • Whoopi Goldberg to Berkeley rioters: 'You're not helping'

    Whoopi Goldberg to Berkeley rioters: 'You're not helping'

    The university has stressed it did not invite him and does not endorse his ideas but is committed to free speech and rejected calls to cancel the event. But that would affect all schools and students, not just Berkeley. There's no evidence that the event was canceled in order to suppress Yiannopoulos' views, but rather for precautionary safety reasons after some protesters broke windows and threw rocks, which university officials cited.

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  • Dozens of smokeless tobacco products recalled

    Dozens of smokeless tobacco products recalled

    The products were manufactured in an IL facility, and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has been notified. The brands in question are Copenhagen, Skoal, Cope, and Husky. Most of the company's cans are not affected by the recall. Consumers who have purchased the recalled products are should not to open or use them and contact USSTC at 1-866-201-9136 to return the product for a refund.

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  • LG G6 photo leak shows off dual-rear camera and more

    Business Insider reports that the G6's twin lenses might be able to achieve the same bokeh effect as the iPhone 7 Plus' portrait mode. If they prove to be accurate, then you'll be pleased to know LG has made a decision to keep the 3.5mm audio jack and add a USB Type C port as well.

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  • Last day of Obamacare open enrollment sets record in NY

    Last day of Obamacare open enrollment sets record in NY

    And that should be a concern to more than 23,000 Alaskans taking advantage of Medicaid expansion. Yet another benefit of the ACA is the provision that children can remain on parents' health insurance until age 26. To again quote Bernie, "Health care is a right, not a privilege" (p. 318). Sandoval's proposed budget includes a $20 million cut to the two agencies providing mental health care to state clients and eliminates 112 positions- mostly psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, pharmacy ...

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  • US Added 227000 Jobs In January, Outpacing Expectations

    The increase in new jobs last month, which includes the first 11 days of the new Trump administration, points to an economy that remains on a steady keel. Revisions to the previous month's estimates were modest, as the BLS ratcheted up December's gains to 157,000 from 156,000 - the last report released during Barack Obama's time in the White House.

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  • Betsy DeVos's Confirmation Might Be in Trouble, But Probably Not

    With Sen. Susan Collins of ME and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska in opposition, the nomination could die if DeVos loses the support of one more Republican - and all Democrats vote against her. Senate rules require a simple majority of 51 votes for cabinet appointees. "I have serious concerns about a nominee who has been so involved in one side of the equation", said Sen.

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  • Iran says

    Iran says "successfully" conducted missile test

    However, former US Army Lieutenant General Michael Flynn said Iran had defied the United Nations and hit out at the country's "destabilising behaviour across the Middle East". The White House said the goal in putting Iran "on notice" was to signal to Tehran that it needed to rethink its behavior. A USA official said Iran had test-launched the medium-range ballistic missile on Sunday and it exploded after travelling 1,010km.

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  • Anti-Trump petition to be debated by MPs

    Equality officer for British generaal trade union GMB, Kamaljeet Jandu slammed Johnson's "waffling response" to the travel ban as "inadequate and insulting" saying it will "lead to more racial violence and abuse of Muslims and people of colour in Britain".

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  • Ban Ki-moon vows not to run for presidency in South Korea

    Ban said he would "give up my pure aspiration to achieve a change in politics under my leadership". If she is thrown out, presidential elections , originally set for December, would instead be held within two months. Ban's announcement was unexpected since he had still been meeting with various senior conservative figures on Wednesday morning. Ban's clean image and his global profile were dealt a blow with the indictment of his brother, Ban Ki-sang, and a nephew in the United States in a ...

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  • ME senator hits White House Holocaust statement

    The White House stood by the decision Sunday, saying the statement was crafted to be "inclusive" for all who were killed in the Holocaust. The ZOA has been perhaps the most vocal supporter among Jewish advocacy groups of the Trump administration in its early days, issuing statements praising Trump's choice for ambassador to Israel, David Friedman; his stated intention to move the U.S.

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