• US State Dept will implement travel ban in 'orderly fashion' -spokeswoman
US State Dept will implement travel ban in 'orderly fashion' -spokeswoman

Indeed, three of the nine justices on the court dissented, arguing that the court should have allowed the ban to proceed in full. The Supreme Court's decision to reinstate the travel limits President Trump imposed on six countries with major terrorist activity was described by the media as a "partial" win and "narrow".

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  • First Narendra Modi, Donald Trump meeting: Top 10 key takeaways
First Narendra Modi, Donald Trump meeting: Top 10 key takeaways

Modi tells Trump, "I would like to invite you and your family" to India . The two men rose to office by appealing to majorities who felt persecuted or overlooked - fundamentalist Hindus in Modi's case, and aggrieved white voters in Trump's.

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  • North Korea dismiss Moon call for united Pyeongchang team
North Korea dismiss Moon call for united Pyeongchang team

That's been a recurring concern in the Pacific, with several nations expressing concern that the USA might unilaterally attack North Korea, causing a huge war that would create a humanitarian crisis and do huge amounts of damage to neighboring South Korea .

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  • Jared Kushner holds first 'productive' Middle East peace talks with Israel PM
Jared Kushner holds first 'productive' Middle East peace talks with Israel PM

Kushner's connection to Israel , including his family's investments in illegal settlements in occupied territory and personal relationship with the current Israeli prime minister , has caused some Palestinian leaders to question the Trump administration's Middle East team's ability to be impartial.

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  • In defense, Trump seeks to redefine meaning of obstruction
In defense, Trump seeks to redefine meaning of obstruction

Obama pondered for weeks how to respond after being briefed on the Central Intelligence Agency finding, The Washington Post reported last week . Around the same time he made his "no effect" comment, Trump posted a tweet falsely claiming the intelligence community didn't believe Russian cyberattacks " affected the election results ".

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  • Trump and Modi exchange hugs, herald stronger US-India ties
Trump and Modi exchange hugs, herald stronger US-India ties

Modi arrived on the south side of the White House, the protestors were on the north side so it s also unclear if he ever saw them. "There are high expectations from the Modi-Trump meeting, especially against the backdrop of the uncertainty arising out of the Trump administration's H1B visa policies, and racist attacks", said Anil Sharma of the or...

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  • Otto Warmbier's Father Thanks Trump Administration for 'Bringing Otto Home'
Otto Warmbier's Father Thanks Trump Administration for 'Bringing Otto Home'

Warmbier also expressed disbelief at North Korea's explanation for his son's condition. None of the center's doctors have been in direct contact with medical officials in North Korea, Bonomo said. government would be required "if it's determined that there was a cover-up and Otto's condition was not disclosed and he didn't get proper treatment"...

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  • North Korea Declares Itself 'Biggest Victim' In Otto Warmbier's Death
North Korea Declares Itself 'Biggest Victim' In Otto Warmbier's Death

Days after U.S. student Otto Warmbier died, North Korean state media said his death was a "mystery" and dismissed accusations he was tortured during his 17 months in captivity in the country. The article suggested the US President was considering launching a strike against the North because he was facing a "tough situation" in the US. Kenneth...

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  • Pres. Trump: Former Pres. Obama Colluded on Russia Hacks
Pres. Trump: Former Pres. Obama Colluded on Russia Hacks

The New York lawmaker helped steer a bill through the Senate this month to toughen sanctions against Russian Federation and bar Trump from weakening them on his own. Conway's comments echoed a tweet sent Friday by Trump , who called on the media after the Post report to shift their focus from him to the previous White House.

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  • White House says Assad may be preparing chemical attack
White House says Assad may be preparing chemical attack

Dozens of civilians, including many children, died in a suspected nerve gas attack in the town of Khan Sheikhoun in Idlib province, in April. The White House offered no details on what prompted the warning and spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said she had no additional information.

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  • Taliban leader says war ends only when NATO leaves
Taliban leader says war ends only when NATO leaves

The recent Taliban message follows a deadly suicide auto bombing Thursday claimed by the terrorist group in its stronghold in Helmand province that left at least 34 people dead and about 60 others wounded. But it has recently slipped deeper into a quagmire of instability. The Taliban leader said the Americans should realize the ground realiti...

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  • Kushner company received $285M loan from Deutsche Bank shortly before election
Kushner company received $285M loan from Deutsche Bank shortly before election

Part of a refinancing package for property near Times Square in Manhattan, the deal was struck as Kushner was propelling the Trump campaign to the finish line and Deutsche Bank was settling fraud cases with federal and state authorities. The massive loan went to Kushner's family-run real estate company, but the story also states that Kushner person...

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  • Projectile from Gaza lands in southern Israel
Projectile from Gaza lands in southern Israel

It also touched on the issue of the Palestinians making "martyr" payments to families of those convicted of attacks against Israelis. Kushner was tasked with heading up the administration's push for peace shortly after Trump took office. A Palestinian delegation is expected to visit Washington next month to continue dialogue with the USA, the rep...

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  • Catholic leaders decry SCOTUS upholding parts of Trump travel ban
Catholic leaders decry SCOTUS upholding parts of Trump travel ban

Two federal judges and two federal appeals courts blocked the restrictions either on those grounds or on grounds of violating immigration law. But Trump praised the decision , saying in a statement it allowed his travel ban "to become largely effective".

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  • Northern Ireland party leader in talks with Conservatives
Northern Ireland party leader in talks with Conservatives

The DUP will spend the total $1.9 billion over the next two years on infrastructure , high-speed internet access and education in Northern Ireland . DUP has committed to backing May on all Brexit and security legislation. Failure by the political parties in Northern Ireland to agree to setting up an executive by 4 p.m.

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  • DHS to consult industry before enforcing travel ban
DHS to consult industry before enforcing travel ban

In a series of columns and TV appearances, I urged the president to withdraw the first ban and substitute a version that excludes only individuals who do not have a green card or other connections to the United States. As a result of the high court's action, the ban can be implemented for some travelers, along with a long-delayed review of vetting ...

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  • Senate Republicans plan to release revised version of health care bill
Senate Republicans plan to release revised version of health care bill

Weeks after lavishing praise on House Republicans for passing their own version of the health care plan, he acknowledged Sunday that he had later characterized their bill as "mean". Because the Medicaid program pays the costs of about 45 percent of all births, CBO estimates that the additional births stemming from the reduced access under this ...

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  • Trump Says He and Modi Are 'World Leaders In Social Media'
Trump Says He and Modi Are 'World Leaders In Social Media'

Trump said the friendship between the United States and India is built on shared values, including our shared commitment to democracy. Their White House session promises less pomp than Modi's previous visits to Washington , which included former President Barack Obama taking him to the Martin Luther King Jr.

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  • Modi invites Trump and family to visit India
Modi invites Trump and family to visit India

The meeting came less than a month after Mr. Trump announced the USA would withdraw from the Paris climate accord, a deal India signed on to after prodding by the Obama administration and other world leaders. Despite differences over issues such as immigration and climate change, Modi is expected to assure Trump that the U.S. has nothing to f...

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  • Trump urges India's Modi to fix deficit, but stresses strong ties
Trump urges India's Modi to fix deficit, but stresses strong ties

In his remarks, Modi stressed on the "convergence" between his vision for India and Trump's "Make America Great Again" which he said would give new opportunities for the bilateral relationship to flourish. "We're believers, giving the people ... the opportunity to hear directly from their elected officials and for us to hear directly from them"...

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  • Consent, discord and debut of France's 'new boy — European Union summit
Consent, discord and debut of France's 'new boy — European Union summit

Turkish Defense Ministry officials said in a statement that Mattis also reassured Defense Minister Fikri Isik that the United States would regularly provide Turkey with a list of arms provided to the fighters while USA military advisers on the field would ensure that the arms don't go outside of the Syria battle zones.

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  • Court lets travel ban mostly go into effect
Court lets travel ban mostly go into effect

They also noted the administration will have plenty of time to complete its vetting review before October rolls around, which could make the Supreme Court case moot . They said it violated federal immigration law and was discriminatory against Muslims , with all but the appeals court saying it is unconstitutional.

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  • TBI 'Most Wanted' fugitives from Kingsport spotted in NY
TBI 'Most Wanted' fugitives from Kingsport spotted in NY

Police say they are confirmed to have been seen in Pine Bush and may also be in the Bloomingburg area. The suspect or suspects entered the home and took personal items from the home. At this time no determination has been made. The two are accused of kidnapping a woman and shooting a 34-year-old man in the chest. Heitmann is about 6 feet, 1...

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  • India ties have 'never been stronger': Donald Trump
India ties have 'never been stronger': Donald Trump

The U.S. State Department just approved the $365 million sale of a C-17 military transport aircraft to India and is set to approve a $2 billion sale of U.S. Modi says the two have a lot to discuss in their meetings Monday. President Donald Trump is kicking off an afternoon of meetings at the White House with India's prime minister.

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  • The Very Best Set Numbers From Glastonbury Headliner Ed Sheeran
The Very Best Set Numbers From Glastonbury Headliner Ed Sheeran

Comeback king Craig David brought ridiculous levels of bouncing fun and multi-tasking skills to his first Pyramid set, while on Saturday night Stormzy's beguiling mix of hard energy, cheery charm and honest anger on the Other Stage proved he is the most important young act around.

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  • Presidency Releases Voice Message From Buhari, Denies Rumours of Speech Impairment
Presidency Releases Voice Message From Buhari, Denies Rumours of Speech Impairment

Nigeria Muslims offer prayers to celebrate Eid-el-Fitr. Buhari believed it was a period to reflect on the lessons of Ramadan, which includes generosity to the poor and needy, piety, piety, self-denial and prayers. He is not the President of only those who can speak/understand Hausa! For starters, not all Nigerians and Nigerian Muslims are Haus...

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  • Pregnant mother shot, killed by police in Seattle
Pregnant mother shot, killed by police in Seattle

An officer is heard calling for backup just before five rounds are fired. Michaud said he did not know which option the officers carried at the time of Sunday's shooting. Murray lived right below Charleen Lyles and her children at Sand Point. Lyles was then heard saying, "Do it! Get back! Get back!" before an eruption of gunfire.

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  • Why Keshia Knight Pulliam Is Supporting Bill Cosby
Why Keshia Knight Pulliam Is Supporting Bill Cosby

The panel has also been reviewing Cosby's deposition testimony. One slunk down in his seat, looking angry. She sat next to her mother Gianna, her arm around her shoulder. "But in no way is that condoning sexual assault". Count three pertains to whether Cosby administered "drugs, intoxicants or other means for the goal of preventing resistance" ...

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  • N Ireland party signs deals to support UK Conservative gov't
N Ireland party signs deals to support UK Conservative gov't

Foster has led the DUP since December 2015. The party has long played a central role in Northern Ireland and now stands to gain more influence in Parliament as well. "Northern Ireland needs a functioning devolved government at this important time". The DUP has 10 seats in Parliament, enough to guarantee passage of the government's agenda.

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  • Dark Tower Featurette Explores Legacy of The Gunslinger
Dark Tower Featurette Explores Legacy of The Gunslinger

Though the upcoming film isn't a direct adaptation, it's likely that Idris Elba's version of the character will be equally as enigmatic. A lot of Stephen King's fans would consider The Dark Tower to be his best series of books, so seeing his novels translated into the big screen would be a dream come true for them.

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  • 'Huge defeat' for 5-Star in Italy's local elections - exit polls
'Huge defeat' for 5-Star in Italy's local elections - exit polls

Initial counts showed 5-Star candidates coming third or fourth in Parma, Verona, Palermo, L'Aquila, Catanzaro, Lecce and Genoa, home of the movement's founder, Beppe Grillo . The Democrats , the main partner in Premier Paolo Gentiloni's coalition government, are the biggest party in the legislature. 5-Star and the ruling center-left Democrat...

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  • Neighbors held inmates at gunpoint until deputies arrived
Neighbors held inmates at gunpoint until deputies arrived

One of them fatally shot both guards, and then they jumped out and carjacked a driver who pulled up behind the bus on a rural highway and fled in his vehicle, Sills said. Sills said the inmates broke into a home on Cox Road in Morgan County right after their escape and ransacked it before stealing some food and clothes.

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  • Controversial Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak is leaving the US
Controversial Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak is leaving the US

National Security Adviser Michael Flynn was sacked on February 13 - 24 days after Trump took office - for failing to disclose the nature of a meeting with Kislyak before Trump's inauguration. He is also behind White House adviser Jared Kushner's troubles - Kislyak is involved in the allegations that Kushner, who is married to Ivanka Tr...

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  • Russian Federation targets Telegram app after St Petersburg bombing
Russian Federation targets Telegram app after St Petersburg bombing

Launched in 2013 in NY the encrypted chat app has already gained 100 million users. The FSB said the terrorist who carried out the April bomb attack at the Saint Petersburg metro had used Telegram to plot the operation with his accomplices.

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  • Prince Philip Hospitalized Due to an Infection
Prince Philip Hospitalized Due to an Infection

Buckingham Palace would not go into details about Prince Philip's condition or the type of infection. The palace confirmed that the 96-year-old was in "good spirits" but disappointed to be missing the Queen's speech today. It followed a hospitalization in December 2011, when Prince Philip was found to have a blocked coronary artery and unde...

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