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  • Mike Braun Just Won Indiana's Insane Republican Senate Primary

    Rep. Todd Rokita, R-4th District, had 29.5 percent as of 8:54 p.m., according to Politico, and Rep. Luke Messer, R-6th District, came in with 29.4 percent of the vote. John Kasich. Trump won West Virginia by 42 points in the 2016 election. "Senator Donnelly is just another career politician who has spent almost his entire career in politics and government", Braun said in his statement.

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  • PLO: US Embassy Move in Violation of International Commitments

    PLO: US Embassy Move in Violation of International Commitments

    Trump sparked global outcry when he unilaterally recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital and vowed to relocate Washington's embassy to the city. Municipal workers erected signposts reading "US Embassy" in Hebrew, Arabic and English around the site, now a US consular building, in the city's Arnona neighbourhood.

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  • Trump Urges West Virginia Republicans to Oppose Blankenship

    Indeed, Mr. Blankenship's rising poll numbers have coincided with an increasing number of highly inflammatory statements and personal attacks on powerful figures such as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell . As Sean Trende of RealClearPolitics explains, the keys to Democratic competitiveness in West Virginia are the economically left-leaning, culturally conservative working-class voters in the southwest part of the state.

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  • Melania Trump BE BEST initiative releases anti-cyberbullying guide

    Melania Trump BE BEST initiative releases anti-cyberbullying guide

    Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" was unveiled 11 months after becoming first lady, in February 2010 and Laura Bush launched "Ready to Read, Ready to Learn", in July of her first year as first lady. BE BEST will combat the issues facing children today by championing the many successful well-being programs that teach children tools and skills for emotional, social, and physical well-being .

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  • Low turnout worries politicians as Lebanon voting ends

    Hezbollah has also sent thousands of its fighters to Syria to support forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad in battles against predominantly Sunni rebel forces and the jihadist group Islamic State (IS). The highest voting turnout was in the second district in the north, and the lowest in Beirut's first district, with 31.5%, he said. "This country is really bipolar", said Brjawi.

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  • South, North Korea form joint table tennis team

    South, North Korea form joint table tennis team

    Her victory completed Japan's 3-0 win against a unified Korea team. The women's teams from the two countries, originally competing separately, decided Thursday to combine teams rather than play each other in the quarterfinals. Veteran Liu Shiwen beat Lee Ho Ching 3-1 in the third game to help China lead by 2-1. The unified team consists of nine players, five from South Korea and four from the North.

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  • Iowa Bans All Abortions After Point of Detection of Fetal Heartbeat

    Iowa Bans All Abortions After Point of Detection of Fetal Heartbeat

    Reynolds has no documentary evidence or other records explaining why she ordered the abrupt firing of longtime ally Iowa Finance Authority director David Jamison, who was accused of workplace sexual harassment, her office says. That didn't stop Planned Parenthood and its allies from rallying Friday morning across the street from the Capitol to promise to continue to fight for reproductive rights.

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  • Central American migrants from 'caravan' have entered US, official reports

    Central American migrants from 'caravan' have entered US, official reports

    Twenty-eight caravan members were accepted for processing Monday and Tuesday by U.S. border inspectors at San Diego's San Ysidro crossing, an official with U.S. Though it is an annual event, this year's march received outsize attention thanks to reports from USA media describing the ways in which Mexican authorities were helping the migrants reach the border .

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  • Telstra Outage Affecting Calls To Emergency Services

    Telstra Outage Affecting Calls To Emergency Services

    The fire causing the damage is believed to have been started by a lightning strike. They said they are working to restore services as soon as possible, but WA is now still experiencing some interruptions. Queensland has been unaffected. South Australia is now receiving emergency calls without issue. But businesses and customers alike have since taken to Twitter to share their frustration after some of the nation's biggest banks, who use Telstra as a supplier, were also impacted.

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  • Google Doodle's way to celebrate International Labour Day is unique

    Google Doodle's way to celebrate International Labour Day is unique

    Labour Day is an annual public holiday in many countries. The Internationa Labour Day came into being in 1884 after the steady demand of American Federation of Organized Trades and Labor Unions for an eight-hour work. Every year on May Day, a Latin hymn or carol is sung from the top of Magdalen College tower in Oxford, England, and is followed by the ringing of bells to signal the start of Morris dancing (performed by groups of men dressed in colorful clothes) in the streets.

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  • Twitter Laughs at Facebook Hate Speech: You Will Too!

    Twitter Laughs at Facebook Hate Speech: You Will Too!

    And now Twitter is getting all the laughs over a Facebook hate speech update gone wrong. My entire timeline was full of posts skewering the latest Facebook feature. Options shown after choosing "Yes" seemed insufficient, and included the words "Test". "What the heck Facebook?" Here's an example.and I'm not sure, but those onions look a little aggressive and hateful don't you think? This is what users were seeing (I've removed user names and images because the internet can be an ...

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  • Portland weather Sunday: Here comes another sunny week

    Portland weather Sunday: Here comes another sunny week

    Tonight , the low will be around 63, with a south wind of 15 to 21 miles per hour, gusting to 30 miles per hour, according to the weather service. A south wind of 14 to 24 miles per hour may gust as high as 33 miles per hour. Thursday: Chance of showers/thunderstorms, cloudy - high near 79 - chance of precipitation - 60%. Sunny skies are expected for both Monday and Tuesday .

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  • Dad of terminally ill United Kingdom toddler vows to rebuild relations with doctors

    Dad of terminally ill United Kingdom toddler vows to rebuild relations with doctors

    Mr Evans added that no more statements or interviews would be given by him on the subject. He said the family planned to meet doctors at Liverpool's Alder Hey Hospital to discuss whether Alfie could go home . Alfie's plight has been front-page news for weeks in Italy, where supporters launched a nine-day novena cycle of prayer in Rome's St. Peter's Square on Wednesday to show solidarity with Alfie, his parents and the pope's message of support.

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  • Russian Federation slammed for 'stunt' after presenting unharmed Syrians to OPCW

    Russian Federation slammed for 'stunt' after presenting unharmed Syrians to OPCW

    The suspected poison gas attack in Douma on April 7 has sparked an ongoing clash of narratives between the West and the governments of Syria and its key ally, Russia . Russia's Defense Ministry has also accused Britain of direct involvement in staging video images of alleged victims. Russian Federation had ignored a request from the OPCW to allow its inspectors in Syria to interview the witnesses first, and wait until after the investigators had filed their report to present its theory ...

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  • Coli cases tied to romaine lettuce

    Coli cases tied to romaine lettuce

    At least 98 people across 22 states have contracted the bacteria from romaine lettuce as of Thursday, the agencies said in a teleconference call. Fifty-three percent of patients have been hospitalized, which is a very high percentage for any E.

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  • Russian Federation & allies will stand up to attempts to 'divide' Syria - Lavrov

    Russian Federation & allies will stand up to attempts to 'divide' Syria - Lavrov

    The presidents of Iran, Russia and Turkey on April 4 reaffirmed their commitment to work toward achieving a sustainable ceasefire between the warring sides in Syria and bringing peace and stability to the war-torn Arab country. Alexander Shumilin, a Middle East expert at the Institute for United States and Canadian Studies in Moscow, however, said the Douma fallout had "caused a crack in the alliance of three countries".

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  • 'I may go' to Jerusalem embassy opening, Trump says

    'I may go' to Jerusalem embassy opening, Trump says

    The move has caused widespread anger from Palestinian after Trump gave order in that direction few months ago. Trump had already broken with decades of U.S. "The embassy in Jerusalem has been promised for many, many years by presidents", Trump said. The grand mufti of Jerusalem warned that there will be war if the United States moves its embassy to Jerusalem .

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  • Kim Jong Un Bringing 'Personal Toilet' to South Korea

    Kim Jong Un Bringing 'Personal Toilet' to South Korea

    Another followed seven years later. "I feel North Korea is sending their key military officials to the summit as they too, believe denuclearization and peace are important", said South Korea presidential spokesperson Im Jong-seok. The countries also agreed to resume reunions of families divided between North and South. Kim Dae-jung won the Nobel Peace Prize later in 2000 for his rapprochement policies with the North.

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  • Princess Charlotte and Royal Baby 3 Are Bonding

    Princess Charlotte and Royal Baby 3 Are Bonding

    There was a concern this morning that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge might leave their children at home rather than bring them to hospital in case they find the hundreds of photographers intimidating. Eager fans couldn't wait for news of the royal birth. The newborn Prince is now 5th in line to the throne, nestling in behind older siblings Princess Charlotte and Prince George .

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  • US Senate panel says 'yes' to Pompeo

    US Senate panel says 'yes' to Pompeo

    Should the committee give him the green light the full Senate , including Jones, will have the opportunity to vote to confirm him. During Mike Pompeo's confirmation hearing Senator Paul said, "My main concern is - will you be one who will listen to what the president actually wants, instead of being someone who advocates for us staying forever in Afghanistan, another Iraq war, bombing Syria..." Pompeo's nomination will now proceed to a vote by the complete Senate, where the support of ...

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