• President Donald Trump to announce Paris Accord decision today

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    Trump himself kept everyone in suspense, saying he was still listening to "a lot of people both ways". A White House official says President Donald Trump is expected to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate accord. While China has pledged to remain committed to the accord regardless of Trump's decision, it is not clear if other countries would walk away without USA participation, according to Business Insider.
  • Damian Marley buys marijuana magazine

    Damian Marley buys marijuana magazine

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    The investor group purchased a controlling interest in High Times , which includes the print magazine, website, Cannabis Cup festivals, and one of the cannabis industry's most established brand names. Damian says reading HT taught him how to differentiate between male and female cannabis plants. " High Times also had me daydreaming of so many handsome strains that at the time I had not yet had the chance to experience".
  • Health care bill would have a major impact on premiums, CBO finds

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    In many states, insurance costs would increase for consumers who are sick or have pre-existing conditions , while premiums would fall for healthy individuals. Senate Republican staff members will be working on their own legislation to repeal and replace the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) during the upcoming recess, according to an article posted on the Politico website.
  • Canada seeks tough line on Boeing jets but sends mixed message

    Canada seeks tough line on Boeing jets but sends mixed message

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    Steven MacKinnon, parliamentary secretary to Public Services and Procurement Minister Judy Foote, told reporters that Boeing "is not acting like a valued partner right now so we've suspended discussions with that partner". Minister of National Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan speaks at the Canadian Association of Defence and Security conference in Ottawa , Wednesday May 31, 2017.
  • Dem: 'Impeachable' if Trump fired Comey to ease off Russian Federation probe

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    People close to Comey have said he is eager to testify in public in the wake of his abrupt dismissal, which Comey allies believe was an attempt to thwart the FBI's investigation into Russian election meddling. After Comey's dismissal, news reports emerged that Trump asked Comey to end the Flynn probe during a February meeting in the Oval Office the day after Flynn was sacked for misrepresenting his contacts with the Russian ambassador.
  • WH offers explanation for Trump's 'covfefe' tweet

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    Dubke's job was to work behind-the-scenes managing the White House communications strategy and responses to crises, such as the firing of FBI director James B. It has become a regular occurrence at White House press briefings for Sean Spicer to be asked to clarify a tweet of President Trump's . Ivanka and Kushner moved to Washington , D.C.
  • Trump tests waters for achieving Middle East peace

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    Abbas underlined that the conflict between Palestinians and Israelis was not based on religion. Donald Trump understands marketing. This at a time when the two sides are as far from a deal as they have ever been since 1993, when they first began negotiating.
  • Scandal in the White House? Clinton Aides Know What That's Like

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    Reuters has reported that Kushner had at least three previously undisclosed contacts with Kislyak a year ago, including two phone calls between April and November. "That is not a sourcing chain in which I would put a great deal of confidence", Morell said in the interview of reports by The Washington Post and The New York Times .
  • Zbigniew Brzezinski, national security adviser under Carter, dead at 89

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    FILE - In this January 17, 1981 file photo, President Jimmy Carter shakes hands with his national security adviser, Zbigniew Brzezinski, as he presents Brzezinski with the Medal of Freedom at a White House ceremony in Washington . It is the Brzezinski Policy that we are now seeing culminate against Russian Federation. Brzezinski was born in 1928 in Poland. One of his most well-known accomplishments came in 1978, when Brzezinski helped President Carter reach an agreement between ...
  • President Trump's Son-in-Law Pushes Back Report Alleging Back-Channel with Russia

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    And now, top Democrats are calling for Jared Kushner's security clearance to be taken away. But Trump immediately railed against administration leaks in a flurry of tweets Sunday, calling them "fabricated lies". Taking his outrage to Twitter, Mr Trump said it was his opinion numerous White House leaks were "fabricated lies made up by the #FakeNews media".
  • Trump expected to pull out of Paris climate agreement

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    But the official said there may be "caveats in the language" the president uses to announce the withdrawal, leaving open the possibility that the decision is not final. DONALD Trump is expected to ignore billionaire businessman Elon Musk's advice to stick with the Paris Accord on climate change. Baker and Scott describe themselves as "the Republican governors of states that have taken a leadership role in combating climate change".