• Hillary Clinton: 'I am ready to come out of the woods'

    Hillary Clinton: 'I am ready to come out of the woods'

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    As Clinton continued her gradual return to the public spotlight, she said returning to Scranton truly was like coming home. Clinton told the crowd that, "Our country seems so divided right now. Now there's more speculation of a return to political office as Clinton just made a public appearance in Scranton. "I'm not sure it will come out of Washington yet".
  • Friends' star Matthew Perry says he once beat up Justin Trudeau

    Friends' star Matthew Perry says he once beat up Justin Trudeau

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    While Kimmel found it hard to believe that there were was no police protection for the prime minister's kid, Perry said, "I'm not bragging about this". "We both beat him up". Kimmel asked if there was an equivalent of Secret Service to protect the young Trudeau, but the actor said there wasn't. Ivanka Trump, the President's daughter and a close adviser, sat in Row F between Trudeau and Nikki Haley, the USA ambassador to the United Nations, and directly behind a former Canadian prime ...
  • Ford's New Tech Can See in the Dark

    Ford's New Tech Can See in the Dark

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    Ford introduced the technology after commissioning a poll of United Kingdom and mainland European drivers about driving at night. Worries over night blindness, and fear of hitting someone - or something - top a new poll of night-time driving fears, commissioned by Ford.
  • Schumer Urging Dems to Oppose Gorsuch

    Schumer Urging Dems to Oppose Gorsuch

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    If they have their way, abortion will be outlawed, workers will have fewer rights on the job, consumers will be less able to get justice when they're defrauded, and corporations and the wealthy will be freer to manipulate elections - and that's just for starters.
  • Britain faces £50bn Brexit divorce bill, says EC's Jean-Claude Juncker

    Britain faces £50bn Brexit divorce bill, says EC's Jean-Claude Juncker

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    He said: "It will reflect former commitments by the British Government and Parliament". With U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May ready to officially start the process to leave the bloc on March 29, Romania - which has one of the largest communities now living in Britain - has defined three key priorities for negotiations, Ana Birchall said in an interview in Bucharest.
  • North Korea Might Be Getting Ready for Its Next Nuke Test

    North Korea Might Be Getting Ready for Its Next Nuke Test

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    But the main concern must be with South Korea and Japan. Lotte, for example, the South Korean supermarket group simply found their premises across China subjected to sudden audits and "fire inspections" resulting in closure of many stores. When Wang met Tillerson again in March, the foreign minister maintained a cooperative stance over exerting pressure on North Korea because he needed to pave the way for an early summit between China and the U.S.
  • Disturbing Details Emerge In Missing Elizabeth Thomas Case

    Disturbing Details Emerge In Missing Elizabeth Thomas Case

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    Cummins' last known location was Decatur, Alabama later that day. Authorities believe the 50-year-old is armed with two handguns. As the search for Elizabeth Thomas and her former high school teacher continues after a week, investigators are continuing to track down leads in the case.
  • Mike Flynn Met With Turkish Officials To Illegally Extradite Turkish Cleric

    Mike Flynn Met With Turkish Officials To Illegally Extradite Turkish Cleric

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    Mike Flynn, who was then advising Trump's campaign, exploring "a covert step in the dead of night to whisk this guy away". Rights groups and some of Turkey's Western allies fear Erdogan is using the coup as a pretext to stifle dissent, but he says mass sackings and arrests in the police army and judiciary are needed to protect democracy and root out Gulen supporters.
  • Does UN spend too much of United States money?

    Does UN spend too much of United States money?

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    Lauer joked that from her apartment overlooking the United Nations building in New York, Haley could take a zipline to work. I would not say that. Trump needs to take those threats "seriously", she said. 'I have always made it clear from my confirmation to the words that I've said at the United Nations that I don't trust Russian Federation, ' she added.
  • US Speaker Ryan dented by healthcare debacle, but keeps support

    US Speaker Ryan dented by healthcare debacle, but keeps support

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    He also thanked Health and Human Seervices Secretary Tom Price and Vice President Mike Pence, who were standing beside him when he spoke to reporters. "As a Republican, you've got one choice", he said. "We all learned a lot". Trump maintained that "a better bill" will emerge at some point. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is offering little hope that a failed Republican health-care bill can be revived anytime soon.