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The ad then cuts to President Trump's speech in mid-2015 at Trump Tower in New York City from the day he launched his campaign for president. "I hope with what you're bringing to light here today that the American people will rise up, put pressure on the Republicans in the United States Senate to quit messing around, to get rid of the rules that prevent our majority will from prevailing, so that we can have border security, we can have an infrastructure plan, we can have tax reform", ...
  • Capitol campus on lockdown due to police activity

    Capitol campus on lockdown due to police activity

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    Police said the state Department of Enterprise had initiated a campus-wide lockdown. There was no report of injuries, according to the Seattle Times . saying police were deployed to the Natural Resource Building and Office Building 2. Update: The lockdown was lifted just before 10:30 a.m. Washington state employees at the capitol are trained to flee or hide in active shooter scenarios.
  • Trump meeting with French president to focus on Syria and terror fight

    Trump meeting with French president to focus on Syria and terror fight

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    According to the Elysee, the two leaders will also discuss Trump's decision to pull the USA from the historic worldwide Paris Agreement to combat climate change. President Trump prepares for another trip to Europe as he is set to meet with his French counterpart. Trump was invited to France to celebrate July 14 Bastille Day festivities.
  • Malala Yousafzai Is Celebrating Her Birthday With a Girl Power Trip

    Malala Yousafzai Is Celebrating Her Birthday With a Girl Power Trip

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    No, it's not a wild extravaganza in the vein of Princess Olympia's latest birthday celebration , chock full of cool, young royals. Yousafzai's memoir " I Am Malala: The Story of the Girl Who Stood Up for Education and was Shot by the Taliban", co-written with British journalist Christina Lamb, was published in October 2013 by Little, Brown and Company in the USA and by Weidenfeld & Nicolson in the United Kingdom, which works as an inspiration to young activists who work for the cause of ...
  • McConnell may be about to break a crucial GOP promise on Obamacare

    McConnell may be about to break a crucial GOP promise on Obamacare

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    Republican senators returning from recess Monday were greeted by protesters in or around their Capitol Hill offices, demonstrating against GOP efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act . Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, was forced to postpone a vote the original GOP Senate health care plan because he lacked the votes to pass it.
  • Brazil's former president convicted of corruption

    Brazil's former president convicted of corruption

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    Lula da Silva still faces corruption, obstruction of justice and money laundering charges in four other court cases. Lula has proclaimed his innocence. Lula, a former union organizer with a fourth-grade education, won fame as a spokesman for Brazil's neglected poor. The sentence by Moro, whose wide popularity in Brazil for his anti-corruption work has prompted some to see him as a possible presidential candidate, fed into broader political ructions in Brazil.
  • Ivanka sitting in for me at G20 was a 'very standard' move

    Ivanka sitting in for me at G20 was a 'very standard' move

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    On Monday, July 10, Chelsea Clinton retweeted President Donald Trump's tweet about her and responded to it. Responding to Mr Trump's reference to her, Ms Clinton said "it would never have occurred" to her mother or father, former president Bill Clinton , to hand her a role at an worldwide summit.
  • Teen killed himself as part of 'Blue Whale Challenge,' family says

    Teen killed himself as part of 'Blue Whale Challenge,' family says

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    Some reports suggest teens get drawn into the game via cellphone apps and chat rooms. Isaiah Gonzalez's family members believe his death was a direct result to of " The Blue Whale Challenge ". School districts across the United States are taking it seriously enough to issue warnings about it to parents. But like Isaiah Gonzalez , there did not appear to be anything else going on in her life that would have driven her to suicide.
  • Russian Federation sanctions bill stalled in House amid pushback from Trump

    Russian Federation sanctions bill stalled in House amid pushback from Trump

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    House Democrats object to a change in a bill adopted by the Senate as part of an effort to clear up a procedural dispute between the two chambers. The American Petroleum Institute said late last week that the bill would expand a prohibition on US energy companies from being involved in oil projects located in Russia to projects around the world that include Russian energy firms.
  • Skateboarders and police clash in San Francisco's Dolores Park

    Skateboarders and police clash in San Francisco's Dolores Park

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    Skateboarders clash with San Francisco police near Dolores ParkPolice say they tried to offer aid to the skater but couldn't find him in the crowd. Videos posted to social media shortly before 8 p.m. The homeowner says she called to cancel the alert. That skateboarder also was treated for injuries, police said. It's not clear if Tuesday's event was a repeat performance.
  • Severe storm warning issued as periodic showers, storms on tap throughout week

    Severe storm warning issued as periodic showers, storms on tap throughout week

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    This weather system could bring heavy rain, hail, lightning, strong wind and there is even a chance for tornadoes. South southwest winds of 10 to 13 miles per hour may gust as high as 18 miles per hour. Thursday , there will be a 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 1 p.m., the weather service said. Any showers and thunderstorms left in the area Thursday night should come to an end.