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Trump Signs $1.3 Trillion Spending Bill, Vows He Won't 'Do It Again'

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Trump said he had signed the bill, despite his qualms on some issues, because a $60 billion increase in military spending had convinced him it was a worthwhile compromise. Provisions protecting special counsel Robert S. Mueller III, which Democrats had sought. Democrats have sought to grant those immigrants a path to citizenship, but they failed to pass a stand-alone immigration bill earlier this year or to get any permanent solution to that issue in the spending bill. Read More »

West Bengal: 5 police personnel injured in clashes over Ram Navami rally

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An FIR was filed against West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh for spearheading a Ram Navmi rally by wielding a sword in his constituency Kharagpur of West Midnapore district. Colourful processions with saffron flags and photos of Lord Ram were taken out with the Sangh Parivar activists shouting slogans, hailing Lord Ram. Read More »

President Trump says he's signed $1.3T budget bill

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The Simpsons team has released a brand new video titled "A Tale of Two Trumps", which takes a jab at the 45th president who spends most of the clip wallowing in self-regret. SNELL:.The president supports it. But prominent conservatives have criticized the massive spending plan, warning that it could add to the nation's debt. Read More »

Tigris Shield - Turkey's new military operation in Iraq

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Speaking to his supporters in Trabzon, Erdogan said the military offensive against the PKK has begun in Shingal, the state-owned Anadolu Agency reported. Earlier, Iraq's Foreign Ministry condemned Turkey's attacks in northern Iraq, describing them as "violations" that led to the death of a number of civilians in a statement released late Thursday. Read More »

Big Explosion, Gunfire Near Parliament in Somali Capital

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At least four people were killed and several wounded in a auto bomb explosion outside Somali parliament building in Mogadishu on Sunday afternoon, Garowe Online reports. Mogadishu is often a target of attacks by the Somalia-based extremist group al-Shabab, the deadliest Islamic extremist group in Africa. Sheikh Abdiasis Abu Musab, Al Shabab's military operations spokesman said that it killed at least 13 government soldiers in the bomb attack. Read More »

At Least 37 Die as Fire Sweeps Through Siberia Shopping Mall

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A fire engulfed a "Winter Cherry" shopping centre earlier on Sunday in Russia's city of Kemerovo leaving at least four children dead, according to sources. The reports didn't say if the victims died from burns or smoke inhalation. Some 300 firefighters and rescue personnel were rushed to the scene and the fire was brought under control around 1730 GMT, local emergency officials said. Read More »

Israeli warplanes hit Hamas in Gaza

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No injuries were reported in the incident, which comes days before mass Palestinian protest are set to take place along the Israel-Gaza border. "Yesterday, the security fence next to Israel & the Gaza Strip was damaged & there was an attempt to arson an engineering vehicle", the IDF said on Twitter. Read More »

Kenyans celebrate Palm Sunday ahead of Easter holidays

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Fr Sakala said people lay down all sorts of items for the young donkey to pass on because the donkey was carrying Christ adding that, if we don't carry Christ always in our lives, we are nothing before God. This is why Christians go to church on Palm Sunday with palm branches. Crowds of people from various denominations gathered at the Golf club grounds in Chipata today to welcome Jesus's entry into Jerusalem with thunderous songs of praise acknowledging Jesus Christ as their eternal King. Read More »

When, Where & How To Watch Stormy Daniels' Interview On '60 Minutes'

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ET/PT and will be broadcast on CBS . Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford , told her story long before Trump was elected president: In 2011, she gave an interview to the tabloid In Touch. Cohen has admitted to facilitating a payment to Daniels in 2016. The payment has become the subject of complaints to the Justice Department and the Federal Election Commission. Read More »

Iowa family died after inhaling toxic gas in Mexico, authorities say

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The Attorney's General office said that forsenic doctors determined the family were dead for approximately 36 to 48 hours before they were found. It's not clear what type of gas the family inhaled. Amy's cousin Jana Weland said her family had a "gut" feeling something was wrong as the Sharps hadn't been posting photos and "last year they shared pictures about every day". Read More »

Two of Trump's Russian Federation probe lawyers back out

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Former prosecutor Joseph DiGenova and his wife Victoria Toensing will not join the legal team, Trump's lawyer Jay Sekulow said in a statement Sunday, citing "conflicts". President Donald Trump will not be hiring two attorneys to advise him on the ongoing Russian Federation probe by the Special Counsel. Other reports suggested the president had lost confidence in him. Read More »

Unexploded package bomb was addressed to Austin MedSpa employee

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They were analyzing Conditt's internet history to find out how he learned to make bombs. Pflugerville Police Chief Jessica Robledo had said earlier Wednesday that the evacuation was ordered out of "an abundance of caution". But there is no doubt Conditt's bombing campaign inflicted widespread fear and drew a massive federal law enforcement response. It is also known that Mark was an Austin Community College student from 2010 to 2012. Read More »

Paul Smyth enjoys dream debut for Northern Ireland

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Northern Ireland's friendly opponents are South Korea in the nation's first fixture since their hopes of reaching this summer's World Cup were dashed in cruel fashion by a November play-off exit to Switzerland. And on the first occasion the youngster got the ball in the opponents' half, Smyth took one touch and fired home to make it 2-1 and become the first Northern Irishman to score on his worldwide debut since 2001. Read More »

Hundreds search for eggs at the Crossroads Community Church Easter Egg Hunt

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The third annual Easter Egg-stravaganza event, presented by the Discover Downtown Johnstown Partnership and the city of Johnstown, featured egg dyeing, flower planting, craft vendors, music and 10,000 candy-filled plastic eggs. 3,000 of these Easter eggs are sprinkled the lawns in different age categories. Thanks to community members, almost 40 children took home special Easter baskets. Read More »

Centre issues notice to Cambridge Analytica

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The fledgling company courted groups on the right for work on the 2014 midterms with pitches about its "psychographic" profiling, which relied in part on data that appears to have been obtained improperly from tens of millions of American users of Facebook. Read More »

Ex-Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont 'detained in Germany'

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The Spanish government told The Associated Press it had received "official confirmation from German authorities of the arrest" of Puigdemont in response to the warrant issued by Spain's Supreme Court. Catalan presidential candidate Jordi Turull was Friday placed in pretrial detention on charges of rebellion and sedition. Catalan parliament speaker Roger Torrent called Madrid's legal actions "an attack on the heart of democracy" and suggested Catalan politicians should form a coalition in ... Read More »

Why Trump Threatened To Veto A Massive Spending Bill

House Speaker Paul Ryan encouraged President Donald Trump to sign the big spending bill into law in a call early Friday, shortly after the president tweeted he might veto it, according to a source granted anonymity to discuss the private conversation. Read More »

Students And Supporters March For Change After Mass Shootings

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Carrying signs with slogans such as "If they choose guns over our kids, vote them out", protesters in Washington jammed Pennsylvania Avenue as students from the Parkland, Florida, high school where 17 people were shot to death called on lawmakers and President Donald Trump to confront the issue. Read More »

Students Lead Rally for Gun Violence Prevention in South Orange on Saturday

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They held signs that said, "Books Not Bullets" and "Am I Next?" "Honestly, all I can do is tell the people that can vote what I think". The local march was organized by the Indivisible Pittsfield organization. Ostroff was among many other young people who attended the protest to show their support for their classmates and other students in cities across America. Read More »

Kerala Islamic State case: Woman sentenced to seven years

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Yasmin was arrested on July 30, 2016 by the NIA from Delhi's IGI airport, where she was scheduled to board a flight to Kabul along with her minor son. Speaking to reporters at the court premises after hearing the verdict, Yasmin said she is an Indian and not part of the IS. Though there are more accused in this case, they could not be caught. Read More »

7 rebel JD-S MLAs in Karnataka resign from party, house

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The Congress has fielded Dr L Hanumanthaiah, Dr Syed Naseer Hussain and G C Chandrasekhar. Hassan (Ktk), Mar 21 Congress president Rahul Gandhi today termed Janata Dal (Secular) as "B team" of BJP and said his party would win the coming assembly polls in Karnataka . Read More »

Warner in another incident on stairs, this time with fan

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The men being questioned were from a local cricket club and were not sitting anywhere near where the insult had come from. David Warner it seems just can not keep out of confrontations in the ongoing tour of South Africa after he verbally hit back at a fan on his way back to the pavilion after being bowled by Kagiso Rabada for 30. Read More »