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Millsap scored 19 points, but he could not guard Morris and was very frustrated when Morris guarded him effectively and Millsap could only get two rebounds during the game and had plus/minus -19 which means that his team was outscored by 19 when he was on the floor.
  • Trump takes first step towards H-1B visa reform

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    Trump's decree namely instructs the Labor, Justice and Homeland Security departments to tackle abuses and draw up reforms aimed at bringing the program back to its original intent: awarding visas to the most skilled and highly paid applicants.
  • Turkish PM warns opposition against street protests

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    The demonstrations began in smaller numbers after Sunday's vote with clattering pots and pans, but have since drawn thousands of participants expressing outrage at alleged voting irregularities. Turkey's main opposition party has filed a formal req. Voter turnout was 85.46 percent. "Erdogan, whose narrow victory laid bare the nation's divisions, told flag-waving supporters that foreign election observers should "know their place" and Turkey did not "see, hear or acknowledge" criticism that ...
  • Fresno shooter shouts 'Allahu Akbar' after gunning down 3 white men

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    But hey now you bigoted Islamophobes! LIVE | Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer holds a press conference on triple shooting in Central Fresno https://t.co/AVYqecT1zR pic.twitter.com/oQOgegptqL- ABC30 Fresno (@ABC30) 18 avril 2017 What are the police saying? Muhammad kept walking but ran into the arresting officer at Divisadero and shouted "Allah Akbar" as he was taken into custody Dyer said he does not believe Tuesday's attack was related to terrorism, but it appears to be a hate crime since all ...
  • Divided Senate confirms Neil Gorsuch for Supreme Court

    Divided Senate confirms Neil Gorsuch for Supreme Court

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    The three Democratic senators who joined the Senate's 51 GOP members to vote for confirmation were Sens. The vote comes after Republicans on Thursday invoked the "nuclear option," rewriting the Senate's rules to confirm Gorsuch with a simple majority vote instead of 60 votes.
  • First female candidates vie for Iranian presidency

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    For the moderates, the challenge is to push back the strongman narrative of the conservatives and shape the agenda around economic development and incremental freedoms, as opposed to strengthening theocracy and a stand-off with the West. He dodged questions about issues such as Iran's missile program and the possible reaction by the US and Israel to another Ahmadinejad presidency. Baqaee also registered for the presidency.
  • United States border security at the heart of connect:ID 2017

    United States border security at the heart of connect:ID 2017

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    If there is no match in the system for the person's photo, it might mean they are attempting to enter the country illegally. One billion dollars was allotted to the program in 2015. Customs and Border Protection will use this system to find which visa holders are overstaying the time specified on their visas. U.S. Customs and Border Protection's Larry Panetta, Director of Air Exit Implementation in the Office of Field Operations, spoke about adoption of facial recognition technology at ...
  • Tonight's Special Election In Georgia Is A Big Deal For Democrats

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    In Tuesday's results, Democrats saw more evidence of a playing field for the 2018 midterm elections that has drastically expanded - and given the party's 10 senators up for re-election in states that Trump won some breathing room. President Donald Trump is rallying voters in Georgia's 6th Congressional District to "get out and vote" Republican in a special election. Moral victories are lame, but for a party that's aiming to expand its map in 2018 and make Georgia competitive statewide sooner ...
  • The Country Responds To May's Snap Election Call

    The Country Responds To May's Snap Election Call

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    The union's acting general secretary Gail Cartmail said the only real choice is between Labour and the Tories, who are intent on "continuing with miserable austerity and destroying the rights and living standards of working people". Mr Dimbleby added: "When you are trying to say "I speak for Britain", you've got to get out there and listen to what Britain says back to you and argue your case".