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French researchers largely supported Macron, it seems. The party, founded past year, will continue to campaign in legislative elections to take place next month. "On an endless number of topics, [including] migration, health, the environment, and even the history of our country, the ideas disseminated by the National Front are in open contradiction with undeniable evidence established by research and with the necessary autonomy of the scientific community", the letter continued.
  • Judge blocks Trump order to withhold funding for sanctuary cities

    Judge blocks Trump order to withhold funding for sanctuary cities

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    Department spokesman Ian D. Prior said rather than blocking Mr. Trump, the key part of Tuesday's ruling actually endorsed the administration's current approach to sanctuary cities. White House chief of staff Reince Priebus described the ruling as another example of the "9th Circuit going bananas". "Federal funding that bears no meaningful relationship to immigration enforcement can not be threatened merely because a jurisdiction chooses an immigration enforcement strategy of which the ...
  • Euro seen advancing as Le Pen concedes defeat in French election

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    But he was painted as weak and inexperienced on security issues by Le Pen, whose plan to expel individuals on the security-threat list and stamp out Islamic extremism was core to her campaign. "I know the divisions in our nation that led some to extreme votes". In the Daily Mail, which also supported Britain's shock vote to leave the European Union previous year, columnist Robert Hardman wrote that Macron "stands alongside those who favour the big stick rather than the big carrot".
  • White House: Republicans to be rewarded for health care vote

    White House: Republicans to be rewarded for health care vote

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    This bill looks even worse, given the previous bill didn't include scraping safeguards that protected against insurance companies excluding those with pre-existing conditions. Republican-led healthcare reforms will provide people across our country with a patient-centered, affordable healthcare system. The House bill, passed 217-213, would end the health care law's fines on people who don't buy policies and erase its taxes on health industry businesses and higher-earning people.
  • North Korea Accuses CIA Of Trying To Assassinate Kim Jong

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    The accusations come with the USA and North trading threats over the latter's nuclear and missile programs, and as Washington considers whether to re-designate Pyongyang as a state sponsor of terrorism. The island nation wants to deploy the weapons using Aegis-launchers on its warships in bid to strike against North Korea. North Korea is feared to be on the verge of a sixth nuclear bomb test - but have yet to deliver on Kim's threats of a "nuclear sword" to strike against the US.
  • 'Dance Moms' star Abby Lee Miller sentenced to prison for fraud

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    I try to stay positive and happy", Miller told ET on February 9 about her then-upcoming sentencing, when we spoke with her at OK Magazine's Pre-GRAMMY Party in Los Angeles. The state claims that she tried to hide her bank accounts which caused loss to her creditors. Although she's been off of the small screen due to her legal proceedings, Miller has been out and about.
  • Syrian troops shift focus to IS-held east

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    Ankara views the YPG as an extension of the Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK, which is considered a terrorist group by Turkey and the United States. Defense Minister Fikri Isik and his USA counterpart James Mattis spoke over the phone on Tuesday about the planned military operation in the northern Syrian city of Raqqah.
  • China says it has successfully tested new type of missile

    China says it has successfully tested new type of missile

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    It said the test was created to boost the military's capacity to fight threats to national security. The Chinese weapon tested was likely a DF-26 intermediate range missile being developed to sink warships, including USA aircraft carriers, said Song Zhongping, an expert on military affairs and commentator for Hong Kong's Phoenix TV.
  • Preet Bharara raises concerns over Federal Bureau of Investigation director Jim Comey's sacking

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    Congressman Justin Amash, a fellow Republican, described parts of Trump's letter to Comey as "bizarre" and announced "my staff and I are reviewing legislation to establish an independent commission on Russian Federation". It is uncertain at this stage, although Senator Burr has argued it confuses the investigation . Trump has ridiculed the FBI investigation , as well as concurrent congressional investigations , as a "hoax" and has denied that his campaign was involved in Russia's election ...
  • Moon Jae-in claims victory in South Korea presidential election

    Moon Jae-in claims victory in South Korea presidential election

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    Exit polls project landslide victory for liberal candidate, a result that ends almost a decade of conservative rule. Moon was chief of staff for the last liberal president, the late Roh Moo-hyun, who sought closer ties with North Korea by setting up large-scale aid shipments and working on now-stalled joint economic projects.
  • Comey Fired Because He 'Could Bring Down A President'

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    Mr Sessions said the Department of Justice was "committed to a high level of discipline, integrity, and the rule of law", and "a fresh start is needed". "I am troubled by the timing and reasoning of Director Comey's termination", Senate Intelligence Chairman Richard Burr, a North Carolina Republican, said in a statement .