• It's obvious that some want to harm Trump: Ryan

    It's obvious that some want to harm Trump: Ryan

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    And this makes possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation all the more believable - as if the firing of FBI Director James Comey , who was directing an investigation into those ties, hadn't already taken us there.
  • Emmanuel Macron angers French right by appointing 11 women in 'balanced' cabinet

    Emmanuel Macron angers French right by appointing 11 women in 'balanced' cabinet

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    The 39-year old president, who set up his own party just over a year ago and wants to smash the left-right divide, had already made conservative Edouard Philippe his prime minister earlier in the week. "They're trying to make a consensus government in order to get things done, so for the moment I'll give Macron the benefit of the doubt", said Clairinvest fund manager Ion-Marc Valahu.
  • Trump willing to resolve with North Korea nuclear crises

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    Hong, chairman of the Korean Peninsula Forum and a former USA ambassador, led the Korean delegation to Washington Wednesday, the first meeting of an envoy of the new Moon administration with Trump. North Korea's foreign ministry rejected the statement, saying it infringed on its right to self-defense, particularly as the missile was sacked at a sharp angle to ensure the safety of neighboring countries.
  • Labour proposes £48bn tax hike for business and high earners

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    Mr Corbyn sought to put some distance between Labour and the Conservatives on Brexit, promising that Labour would take a different approach in the negotiations, prioritising access to the single market and the customs union. Labour in opposition held 229 seats in the last parliament, but Mr McCluskey said: "I believe that if Labour can hold on to 200 seats or so it will be a successful campaign".
  • How the Greens could wield power in a minority government

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    Andrew Weaver, whose Green party holds the balance of power, told reporters, "British Columbians were sold a bill of goods on LNG". That happened even though Clark spent $15 million in taxpayer dollars on partisan government advertising wrongly promoting the B.C.
  • Planned Parenthood to close 4 Iowa clinics after funding cut

    Planned Parenthood to close 4 Iowa clinics after funding cut

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    Planned Parenthood is planning to sell the building now housing the soon-to-be-closed Albuquerque Nob Hill clinic and use that money to build a "flagship family planning center" in the city sometime in the near future. A spokesperson for Planned Parenthood of the Heartland says the closings will reduce its facilities in the state, which provide abortions, from eight to five.
  • Turkey demands US fire envoy in spat over Syrian Kurds

    Turkey demands US fire envoy in spat over Syrian Kurds

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    Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Thursday he wanted Brett McGurk, the USA special envoy to the coalition against Islamic State, removed from his post, saying he supported Kurdish militants. A man with a bullhorn is repeatedly kicked in the face. CORNISH: Nine people were injured, at least two arrests were made, and D.C. police say more charges may be coming.
  • Mayhem avoided as US/EU say 'no' to laptop ban

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    In a letter to US Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly and European Transport Commissioner Violeta Bulc on Tuesday, Iata suggested increasing the use of explosives detectors and sniffer dogs to enhance airport security. Emirates - which was directly impacted by the original electronics ban - said last month it was cutting back on flights to the USA because of weak demand.