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  • US Sen. Michael Bennet mum for now on possible Gorsuch filibuster

    US Sen. Michael Bennet mum for now on possible Gorsuch filibuster

    If Mr Gorsuch did not get 60 votes, "the answer isn't to change the rules, it's to change the nominee", Mr Schumer said. "It's to change the nominee", he said, according to the Washington Post . Schumer of NY, a vocal critic of President Donald Trump's nominee to the high court, also made clear that Gorsuch will face a filibuster from Democrats, meaning the judge will need at least eight Democratic votes to advance to a final vote on confirmation.

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  • Murder trial: Officer testifies about autistic boy's death

    But Stafford's defense couldn't prove what the officer had maintained early in the investigation ― that Few attempted to back his vehicle into the officers. "Also, when Parnell was interviewed by investigators, ".he stated he didn't fire his weapon because he didn't fear for his life". Few said he kept driving in hopes of catching up with a girlfriend in a van ahead of him, so that she could take care of his son if he got arrested.

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  • Armed burglar in pig mask holds up Bellagio Rolex store

    First, the suspects couldn't start their auto in the hotel's parking garage and then they failed to carjack another driver, Lt. Carlos Hank told the paper. The police also confirmed that one of the burglars fired shots inside the hotel but no one was injured. The Bellagio is home to an iconic water fountain show set to music that draws thousands of visitors an hour, especially during the heat of the day as shoppers browse the marble-floored shopping gallery.

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  • Marine Le Pen meets with Vladimir Putin

    Earlier, the leader of France's National Front party said that Ukraine was a scene of civil war and that there were no Russian troops on its territory. A pro-Kremlin French-language website, called CrossCheck, also endorsed her anti-immigrant rhetoric by publishing a fake story in February that a north African man had attacked a French priest and that French media had hushed it up.

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  • US, Israel Talks on Settlement Policy 'Inconclusive,' White House Says

    US, Israel Talks on Settlement Policy 'Inconclusive,' White House Says

    The Prime Minister's Office has denied Israeli media reports that Jason Greenblatt, President Donald Trump's adviser on global relations, asked for a settlement freeze during meetings in Israel. Greenblatt during his visit also met with Palestinian officials and residents of a refugee camp. During his news conference with Netanyahu, Trump abandoned two decades of USA foreign policy by declaring the U.S.

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  • Former Russian lawmaker and Kremlin critic shot dead in streets of Kiev

    Former Russian lawmaker and Kremlin critic shot dead in streets of Kiev

    According to theGuardian, he had become a central critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin and of Russia's annexation of Crimea , after fleeing the country for Ukraine in 2014. Russian state-owned Channel One, which is responsible for broadcasting the Eurovision Song Contest in Russia, said in a statement Thursday that it would not agree to broadcast Samoylova's performance if it did not take place in Kyiv.

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  • Congress to vote on controversial health care bill

    Congress to vote on controversial health care bill

    After hearing from Speaks, we're wondering: President Trump, will you make sure mental health coverage is included in the American Health Care Act? The GOP-controlled House will delay its vote on the bill, called the American Health Care Act , sources told CNBC.

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  • Google Maps will help you keep track of your late friends

    Google Maps will help you keep track of your late friends

    Apple Maps does this automatically for users so Google may be trying to catch up. From there, you can choose which friends you want to share your trip or real-time location with. If you select this option, Google will send you an email every few weeks as a reminder that someone knows where you are all day every day. The feature, simply called Parking Location' , is now only supported on Android devices.

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  • Google revamps policy on ads and offensive content after UK YouTube boycott

    Brittin said Google was already making improvements thanks to increased investment - resulting in it "raising the bar for our ads policies, simplifying advertiser controls and adding safer defaults". British supermarket chain J Sainsbury , whose ads appeared on videos posted by the white nationalist Polish Defence League, said it and its sister brand Argos would immediately suspend all Google advertising.

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  • Top UK banks accused of being involved in money-laundering scam

    Top UK banks accused of being involved in money-laundering scam

    Some of the top United Kingdom banks have been accused of being involved in a Russian money-laundering scam. Reportedly, banking records were found by the Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) and Novaya Gazeta . HSBC responded to the allegations saying: "The bank has systems and processes in place to identify suspicious activity and report it to the appropriate government authorities".

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  • BJP's N Biren Singh wins Manipur test with voice vote

    The party, which was the second largest with 21 seats out of the 60 in the state assembly, needs another 10 to prove majority. Chief Minister N Biren Singh, Deputy Chief Minister Y Joykumar and other top civil and police officers attended the swearing-in ceremony.

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  • 'Mass Effect: Andromeda' Game Ready drivers deliver performance boosts, HDR support

    'Mass Effect: Andromeda' Game Ready drivers deliver performance boosts, HDR support

    There have been some harsh reviews regarding the animations of the game and the story but if you were waiting for a performance review of the game then be sure to check out our Mass Effect Andromeda PC performance benchmarks. The game is not as demanding as we thought. BioWare, the developer behind Mass Effect: Andromeda , issued a formal statement that gamers were attacking the wrong person, referring to the person in question as a "former EA employee" who "was misidentified as a lead ...

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  • DNA from one of Kim Jong Nam's kids confirmed his identity

    The killing triggered a bitter diplomatic spat between Malaysia and North Korea, with each country expelling each other's ambassadors and refusing to allow each other's citizens to leave. North Korea and Malaysia have been taking mutually retaliatory measures after tensions escalated following the assassination. It is reported that the North Korean workers are mainly in businesses including coal mining and construction.

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  • Google hate videos anger: What advertisers are saying

    Google hate videos anger: What advertisers are saying

    Matt Brittin, the head of Google's Europe, Middle East and Africa division, said today the group has reached out to companies affected by the placement of advertising next to videos that advocate terrorism. The association wants companies such as Amazon, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest and LinkedIn to break down the walls around their apps so advertisers are able to better understand where the ads they are paying for are being seen.

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  • Wisconsin Takes Down Overall No. 1 Villanova

    Wisconsin Takes Down Overall No. 1 Villanova

    I just didn't get a lot of lift". Now he's just a complete basketball player. "Ranking and seeding is very subjective". Hayes said Perez-Guerra deserves a lot of the credit for his Ironman streak. "Obviously, we thought we might have a higher seed than that", senior guard Zak Showalter said. We trap more, we press more. And on a lighter note, Brown has gotten attention for his singing , notably performing the National Anthem solo before Badgers games and also with his family group, ...

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  • Trump says Germany owes 'vast sums' to NATO

    Trump says Germany owes 'vast sums' to NATO

    Sign up to our daily newsletter for your chance to win. Both leaders smiled at the outset of their Oval Office meeting, but Trump's past remarks about Merkel loomed large as the German leader's visit to the United States approached this week.

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  • Sturgeon willing to discuss 'within reason' timing of referendum

    Nationalists in Scotland have condemned her move to block their demands for a new independence referendum before the European Union talks end as an "outrage", and Northern Ireland's largest Irish nationalist party says it wants a vote on splitting from Britain after both regions voted to stay in the bloc.

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  • Former President Obama has two big mistakes in his women's bracket

    Former President Obama has two big mistakes in his women's bracket

    North Dakota (22-9) was handed a tough road when it received a No. 15 seed and a first-round meeting with second-seeded Arizona, the Pac 12 champions. Then they tell you practice makes flawless. However, they lucked out with an outstanding draw against an overrated Maryland team. The Blue Devils didn't have the most impressive regular season, but they have one of the best coaches in the game, and possibly the most talented team.

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  • Netanyahu to Greenblatt: Settlement freeze 'not politically feasible'

    Israel's prime minister said Thursday that he would meet with U.S. President Donald Trump's top adviser to reach "understandings" on the expansion of the West Bank settlements. Israel has been building in East Jerusalem and the West Bank since 1967. Some 385,000 Israeli settlers live in the West Bank that is home to 2.8 million Palestinians.

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  • Syria airstrike killed Al Qaeda fighters but didn't hit mosque, Pentagon says

    Syria airstrike killed Al Qaeda fighters but didn't hit mosque, Pentagon says

    The Observatory and al-Halaby said Friday prayers were cancelled in rebel-held parts of Aleppo and Idlib provinces, adding that such decisions are not uncommon where mosques have been targeted in the past. But Bilal Abdul Kareem, a New York-born filmmaker covering the Syrian war, claimed the mosque was actually part of the same complex USA targeted. Davis said the military was "not aware of any credible allegation" of civilian casualties despite the emerging accounts from Syrian watch ...

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  • Kim's identity confirmed through son's DNA: Malaysia

    Kim's identity confirmed through son's DNA: Malaysia

    Malaysian authorities charged the two women - one from Vietnam and one from Indonesia - with murder earlier this month. North Korea strongly denied any role in the killing and has demanded that Malaysia turn over Kim's body. Ryomyong Street will house about 4,800 households and about 30 support facilities for residents in about a 900,000-square-meter area, said Minjok Tongshin, a USA -based pro-North Korea website.

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  • Dutch PM 'defeats anti-Islam challenger in Netherlands election'

    Dutch PM 'defeats anti-Islam challenger in Netherlands election'

    Against the backdrop of such a political landscape, it is clear now that the process of putting together a ruling coalition will be complex and will take a lot of time. The Netherlands uses a model of consensual stability in which the party that gets the most votes traditionally oversees coalition talks. "We had hard years and we are very happy to remain the biggest party".

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  • China Set To See Steady Growth, Says Li

    China Set To See Steady Growth, Says Li

    European Council President Donald Tusk in February warned that, in the wake of Brexit and with growing nationalism, the EU faced the biggest challenges in its 60-year history, compounded by an assertive China, an aggressive Russian Federation and worrying declarations from U.S.

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  • Overwatch's Orisa Gets a Release Date and Preview Trailer

    Overwatch's Orisa Gets a Release Date and Preview Trailer

    Today, Blizzard revealed that she would be coming full time next Tuesday the 21st, same day as Mass Effect: Andromeda. "We know how anxious you all are to have Orisa join your ranks. Orisa launches a graviton charge which she can detonate, slowing nearby enemies and pulling them towards the explosion. Orisa most-defining characteristic is her shield, a stationary, 900-health barrier that she can place at range, but she can also pack a punch with her other abilities.

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  • Mandel JCC receives another bomb threat

    Mandel JCC receives another bomb threat

    According to reports, the other threats to Jewish community centers were received in Milwaukee, Chicago, Indianapolis, Rochester, and Vancouver. "As always, thank you for your understanding, support and encouragement". None of the threats proved real in the latest wave of intimidating acts targeting the Jewish community. New York Governor Cuomo called the threat against the Brighton Jewish Community Center "a despicable and cowardly act", adding that it would not be tolerated.

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  • AAA: Gas prices heading down - but dip likely temporary

    AAA: Gas prices heading down - but dip likely temporary

    OPEC's move to cut its production helped oil prices initially, but then United States companies ramped up production and supplies. Retail prices are largely based on crude oil prices. Bridgeport- $2.48/g, up 0.8 cents per gallon from last week's $2.47/g. It's one cent lower than that in Alabama at $2.05. Rising U.S. inventories coupled with increasing rig counts and higher U.S.

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  • Intel Deepens Self-Driving Investment as Competition Grows

    Intel Deepens Self-Driving Investment as Competition Grows

    As part of the deal, Intel's automated driving group will be absorbed into Mobileye, which will be headquartered in Israel and led by Amnon Shashua, the vision chipmaker's co-founder and chief technology officer. On Monday, Intel announced that it will purchase the Israeli automotive technology company Mobileye in a deal worth $15.3 billion . Mobileye was founded in 1999 to develop "vision-based systems to improve on-road safety and reduce collisions", long before driverless cars ...

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  • Seed In NCAA Tournament

    Seed In NCAA Tournament

    It is the second trip to the NCAAs in three seasons for Arkansas, and it is the second trip in Mike Anderson's six seasons as head coach. NASHVILLE, Tenn. Here's a look at the final bracket for the 2017 SEC Tournament . "I know all the players, all the coaches on the team". Although Georgia mounted a brief rally, Kentucky managed to keep its lead - a 32-25 advantage at the break - despite playing without Fox and Monk in the final nine minutes of the first half.

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  • While moving clocks forward Sunday, also test smoke detectors

    While moving clocks forward Sunday, also test smoke detectors

    The Charlottesville Fire Department reminds you that Sunday, March 12th begins daylight savings time. Only two of the homes where fires have taken place this year had a working smoke alarm . If the council has grounds to believe a landlord is in breach of the regulations it will serve a notice requiring them to install and test the required alarms.

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  • Taylor Swift fan arrested after stalking her on her roof!

    Mohammed Jaffar was arrested on March 6 for stalking and burglary after having allegedly tailed the "Bad Blood" hitmaker for months, according to the New York Post newspaper's Page Six column. and 2 a.m.). Mohammed is now being held on a $20,000 bond, and Judge David Frey has reportedly signed off on an order of protection which prevents him from having any contact with Taylor.

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  • Killed in Southern Plains Wildfires Including 4 in Texas

    Killed in Southern Plains Wildfires Including 4 in Texas

    Most of the burned land is in Kansas , where about 2,000 firefighters have been battling a series of blazes that consumed more than 1,000 square miles and damaged or destroyed dozens of structures. Sheriff Randy Henderson said the fire was fueling itself in Reno County. State Department of Emergency Management spokeswoman Katie Horner says the number of helicopters dumping water on the fires will increase Wednesday from six to nine.

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  • Boeing's first 737 Max 9 rolls out

    Boeing's first 737 Max 9 rolls out

    If you were an airline planning to buy a lot of new single aisle jets Boeing's 737 MAX family might be of slightly confused interest this week. Separately, Boeing expects to receive type certification of the 737 Max 8 "imminently", Leverkuhn says.

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  • Flight to Hawaii from Las Vegas diverted because of passenger

    After the man's comment, the flight was diverted to LAX due to "an unruly passenger", and airport police were called, Pedregon said. Officials say the passenger did not make a credible or direct threat and no crime was committed. Data from the Flight Radar 24 website shows that the diverted flight later continued on to Honolulu following its unscheduled LA stop. "I thought it was ridiculous", Eileen Berstrom, another passenger, told CBS News .

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  • ISIS claims responsibility for Afghan hospital attack

    ISIS claims responsibility for Afghan hospital attack

    A stand-off between the insurgents and security forces is ongoing in the district of Wazir Akbar Khan, General Dawlat Waziri, a Defense Ministry spokesman, told the Associated Press . Earlier in the year, two suicide bombings near the Afghan Parliament in Kabul, an explosion at a Kandahar province government compound and a suicide bombing in Helmand province - left dozens of people dead and wounded.

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