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On Wednesday, Trump said he backs new legislation that'll preference visa applicants with higher education or job skills. Trump said the bill would take aim at programs that predominantly admit low-skilled immigrants, which he said has displaced American workers and depressed wages .
  • Shocked to see Nitish Kumar's changed ideology: RJD

    Shocked to see Nitish Kumar's changed ideology: RJD

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    Asserting that people of Bihar had given mandate to the alliance when Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was rising to power in major parts of the nation, Yadav added that he is in grief with the breakup of the age-old friends. On his meeting with Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi a day after Nitish broke ties with Congress, Sharad told The Pioneer it was just a friendly visit to discuss the current political situation and device strategy to corner the Centre on couple of issues during the ...
  • President Trump Did Not Endorse Police Brutality

    President Trump Did Not Endorse Police Brutality

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    President Donald Trump's speech at Long Island Suffolk County Community College has been met with extremely polarized responses. 'As a department, we do not and will not tolerate roughing up prisoners'. In a tweet on Friday evening, the Gainesville Police Department said it "rejects these remarks and continues to serve with respect". As he talked to the cops, the president could have centered his address on reforming the law enforcement, bringing in sophisticated training to make police ...
  • American missile intercept system tests successful

    American missile intercept system tests successful

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    The THAAD weapon system located at Pacific Spaceport Complex Alaska in Kodiak, Alaska, detected, tracked and intercepted the target, ' Lockheed said in a statement. It was sacked by an Air Force Plane and intercepted by the defense system. This photo, released by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency on July 29, 2017, shows an intercontinental ballistic missile being launched on the night of July 28.
  • Trump names John F. Kelly new chief of staff; Reince Priebus out

    Trump names John F. Kelly new chief of staff; Reince Priebus out

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    The president followed with tweets thanking Reince Priebus , who has served as chief of staff since Trump's inauguration. And the president's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., seemed supportive of Scaramucci's quest to clamp down on leaks, saying Friday: "All I know is that he isn't/wasn't the leak!" The image began to get some notice as Anthony Scaramucci , the new White House communications director, launced a twitter , TV and online attack denouncing Reince Priebus, White House ...
  • Gujarat political crisis: Congress MLAs shift to Bengaluru resort

    Gujarat political crisis: Congress MLAs shift to Bengaluru resort

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    Congress also alleged that at least three MLAs were approached with monetary offers in exchange for loyalties. "Their conscience should remain awake and we hope they will stick to party's loyalty". "The mobile phones of the MLAs have been taken away as nobody can threaten or coerce them", he added. The Congress has re-nominated Ahmed Patel, political secretary to party chief Sonia Gandhi , to the upper house of Parliament from Gujarat.
  • Trump replaces Chief of Staff Priebus, appoints John Kelly

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    US President Donald Trump has replaced his White House Chief of staff Reince Priebus . Kelly, a former U.S. Marine Corps general, was called a "Great American and a Great Leader" by Trump. That same day, the feud escalated when The New Yorker revealed Scaramucci had in a phone interview attacked Priebus in harsh and even vile terms, calling him a "paranoid schizophrenic" and using a vulgar term to illustrate Priebus's attempts to block him from a White House post.
  • Congress shifts 44 Gujarat MLAs to Bengaluru: Here are top 5 developments

    Congress shifts 44 Gujarat MLAs to Bengaluru: Here are top 5 developments

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    Congress spokesperson Manish Doshi confirmed that the three MLAs had quit the party. "I also want to go to BJP and there are five others who are also preparing for it". This after six Congress MLAs defected to the BJP in a span of 24 hours. During the Rajya Sabha election, which is scheduled to take place on 8 August, the BJP will try and ensure that a few more deflections come from Congress.
  • Mehbooba Mufti's remark an insult to Indian flag: NPP

    Mehbooba Mufti's remark an insult to Indian flag: NPP

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    I have no doubt in saying that there will be no one to hold national flag if it is tinkered with", the CM said. The petitioner has contended that though she has Kashmiri ancestry, Kashmir is the only place in India where she can not get a government job or buy property.
  • Jong-nam murder: Why was 'James' allowed to leave?

    Jong-nam murder: Why was 'James' allowed to leave?

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    Indonesian Siti Aisyah and Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong are suspected of smearing Kim Jong Nam's face with the banned VX nerve agent at a crowded airport terminal in Kuala Lumpur on February 13. In late January, Aisyah flew to Cambodia where James introduced her to Hong Song Hac, one of four North Korean suspects who left Malaysia on the day of the killing.
  • Trump sweeps GOP pros out of the White House

    Trump sweeps GOP pros out of the White House

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    According to an anonymous advisor who spoke to the president about the New Yorker interview (which he reportedly enjoyed ), Trump was "dismissive" of Priebus "for not returning fire" against Scaramucci in a public forum, or privately through an approved press leak.
  • CAGW President Tom Schatz Statement on Tax Reform

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    Warren's Facebook page that Speaker Paul Ryan would be speaking at a New Balance factory in Lawrence to pitch ideas for tax reform. Its removal suggests that Republicans are more likely to implement simple rate cuts and not accomplish sweeping tax reform on the scale of the last major overhaul in 1986, such as moving to a territorial tax system, in which companies would pay tax only on profits earned in the US.
  • Priebus Out as White House Chief of Staff

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    Jeff Kaufmann, the Iowa Republican chairman and a vocal Trump supporter, said he'd "certainly felt comfortable" with Priebus as chief of staff. Michael Flynn - Trump's national security adviser, Michael Flynn, resigned in February after revelations that he had discussed US sanctions on Russia with the Russian ambassador to the United States before Trump took office and misled Vice President Mike Pence about the conversations.
  • Putin regrets deteriorating US-Russia ties, blames 'anti-Russia hysteria'

    Putin regrets deteriorating US-Russia ties, blames 'anti-Russia hysteria'

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    The possible new U.S. sanctions against Russian Federation will also have consequences for the European Union, Finnish President Sauli Niinisto said Thursday. "It's a great pity that Russian-US relations are being sacrificed to resolve questions of domestic politics", Putin said, specifying that " in this case, it is the battle between President Trump and his political opponents ".
  • Desertions rattle parties in UP; Akhilesh takes dig at BJP

    Desertions rattle parties in UP; Akhilesh takes dig at BJP

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    Jaitley was one of the few who openly rebuked and challenged Akhilesh in his hey days as chief minister and slammed him for the "shoddy treatment" meted out to Mulayam. While Vaghela came down heavily on Congress leadership Saturday for taking their MLAs from Gujarat to Bengaluru at a time when people in the State are suffering from floods, BJP's Gujarat incharge Bhupendra Yadav also echoed similar views.
  • Second day of no power for parts of the Outer Banks

    Second day of no power for parts of the Outer Banks

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    The outages rolled through Hatteras and Ocracoke after PCL Construction, the company constructing the new Herbert C. Bonner Bridge, told the Cape Hatteras Electric Cooperative (CHEC) that it "drove a steel casing into the underground transmission cable that runs between the south end of the Bonner Bridge and the overhead riser pole".
  • Hamburg supermarket knife attack leaves 1 dead, German police say

    Hamburg supermarket knife attack leaves 1 dead, German police say

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    Witnesses described seeing the suspect "indiscriminately" attacking customers before feeling the shop. German police say one person has died in the Friday afternoon attack and several people have suffered stab wounds. Public fears about more extremist violence have grown amid Germany's mass influx of refugees and migrants, mostly from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan as well as several African countries.
  • US Claims Iran Satellite Launch Failed, Imposes New Sanctions

    US Claims Iran Satellite Launch Failed, Imposes New Sanctions

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    Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the sanctions illustrate deep United States concerns about Iran's missile testing and other actions. He added that it was an "absolute right" of the Islamic Republic to launch the satellite-carrying rocket into space, saying the move was in full conformity with the country's global commitments.
  • Trump to talk on gang violence

    Trump to talk on gang violence

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    The parents of Nisa Mickens, who lost their daughter more than 10 months ago due to gang violence, say they are happy to hear President Trump is taking the gang problems seriously. The president is addressing law enforcement officials and relatives of crime victims in Brentwood, in Suffolk County, New York , where MS-13, or Mara Salvatrucha, has committed a string of gruesome murders, including the April killing of four young men.
  • Trump tweets that Gen. John Kelly is new chief of staff

    Trump tweets that Gen. John Kelly is new chief of staff

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    Minutes later, the president tweeted "I would like to thank Reince Priebus for his service and dedication to his country". He was getting more and more worked up, and he eventually convinced himself that Priebus was my source. Meanwhile, several damaging stories about Scaramucci have appeared in the press, and he blamed Priebus for majority. White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus may have little left of his job but his title.
  • Amazon to hire 50000 across US

    Amazon to hire 50000 across US

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    The company plans to make thousands of on-the-spot job offers to qualified candidates who apply on-site as part of Amazon Jobs Day. "In fact, of our entry-level managers across Amazon's USA fulfillment centers, almost 15 percent started in hourly roles and were promoted into their current positions".
  • Cruise Ship Death: Woman Dies After Domestic Dispute On Princess Cruise Ship

    Cruise Ship Death: Woman Dies After Domestic Dispute On Princess Cruise Ship

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    The Emerald Princess is on a 7-day cruise that had left Seattle on July 23. Earlier, several people, including at least one child, were escorted by authorities off the vessel in separate groups. Edwards, of California, said this is his first trip to Alaska, though he's been on other cruises. "Last night there was an announcement asking for security and medical staff", Amy Joseph , a passenger aboard the Emerald Princess , exclusively told Radar about the message made over the ship's ...
  • Justin Bieber 'accidentally hits photographer with his pickup truck'

    Justin Bieber 'accidentally hits photographer with his pickup truck'

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    Video footage was captured of Justin getting into his black Dodge Ram truck, before pulling out into the street and hitting the photographer who was trying to take some snaps. "It was the slope it was on", the photographer said in his video message. While the singer's original statement did not elaborate on the reason for canceling the tour, an insider reportedly said that the performer was "super exhausted" from his hectic tour schedule.
  • Charlie Gard will not be maintained in life

    Charlie Gard will not be maintained in life

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    The Sun reports Connie Yates, Charlie's mom, began crying and shouted, "What if it was your child?" at the judge before leaving the courtroom. The hospital, in fighting the parents' earlier effort to secure experimental treatment, had indicated that it was responsible for sparing Charlie unnecessary pain.
  • What's the real story on President Trump and Russian Federation?

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    But clearly, the president is thinking about it because he tweeted about it. Newspaper reports said Trump's lawyers are reviewing ways to limit or undermine the special counsel. Back then, Democrats objected to Starr's expansive definition of his mandate. When nominated for the special prosecutor position, Mueller was universally praised as a man of integrity who would pursue his task without malice.
  • Senate Judiciary Chair Warns Trump: No More Attorney Generals this Year

    Senate Judiciary Chair Warns Trump: No More Attorney Generals this Year

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    Initially calling Sessions "exactly the kind of guy Trump needs", Limbaugh mused over whether or not the president's condemnation and riding of Sessions should actually be taken in a different direction. In his testimony, Comey also admitted to leaking information to a friend of his, and Trump has frequently attacked the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director for doing so.