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As a little refresher, it wasn't until Tuesday afternoon that the CEO issued an apology after Dr. David Dao was violently removed from his seat on the Sunday flight. In an interview with ABC's " Good Morning America " aired Wednesday, United parent company CEO Oscar Munoz said he felt "ashamed" watching video of the man being forced off the jet.
  • North Korea could launch sarin nerve gas says Japan

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    The WC-135 jet has been deployed before to Japan and has been carrying out missions in the region since October 2006, when North Korea conducted its first nuclear test. Foreign journalists visiting North Korea gather in Pyongyang for what is rumored to be "a big and important event". THE QUOTE: "I'd anticipate it's going to be a fairly light run coming into the end of the week here", said Paul Springmeyer, senior portfolio manager at the Private Client Reserve at U.S.
  • India 'too poor' to consider expansion: Snapchat CEO

    India 'too poor' to consider expansion: Snapchat CEO

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    The comments came to light after former employee Anthony Pompliano filed a lawsuit in January alleging that the app falsified its user metrics. The court documents obtained by Vanity Fair, reveals that Pompliano's legal team said he was in a meeting with Spiegel to discuss growth in India and Spain, when the Snapchat CEO said he did not want to expand into these "poor" countries.
  • Police Find Body of First African-American Muslim Judge in Hudson River

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    Governor Cuomo released a statement on Judge Abdus-Salaam's death: "Justice Sheila Abdus-Salaam was a trailblazing jurist whose life in public service was in pursuit of a more fair and more just NY for all". Abdus became an associate justice for the New York Court of Appeals in 2013. Nihad Awad, national executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, tweeted that he was devastated by the news.
  • 5 things to know about Ottawa's new cannabis legislation

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    The legislation put forward on Thursday by the ruling Liberal party, which made legalising recreational marijuana part of its successful 2015 election campaign, would set the minimum legal age for use and purchase at 18. "But there's been none of that from any province, especially in B.C". The legalization of marijuana is being overseen by the departments of Health, Justice and Public Safety.
  • US Envoy Says Sex Abuse by UN Peacekeepers 'Must Stop'

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    The UN Security Council unanimously approved the measure on April 13. The country fell into chaos after former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide went into exile after an armed conflict ravaged the country. These included 300 cases involving children by personnel from 23 countries. "The U.N. promised to help eradicate the disease in the country and assist families who lost their loved ones".
  • With NBA playoffs having arrived, here's 10 things to watch

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    And I wouldn't buy. Only two teams the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Los Angeles Clippers will have to pay the luxury tax this year, which was bumped significantly higher this season thanks to a huge new influx of broadcast contract money that will balloon players' salaries .
  • Which teams will advance in the NBA playoffs?

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    He had some shaky games in that series (many wondered aloud why the Celticswould want to attempt to sign him in the off-season), but his "just win baby" mentality worked out for him and Atlanta. Instead it is someone by the name of Isaiah Thomas . Butler can be the final piece for the Celtics to make a Finals run for years. Wearing a brace that he'll sport in the playoffs, Thompson scored 10 points in 18 minutes.
  • Trump signs law rolling back Planned Parenthood funding protection

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    Debra Hilstron, DFL-Brooklyn Center. "We remain united and steadfast in our commitment to life and religious liberty". If anything, Trump's decision to sign H.J.Res. Trump has stated that federal funds could continue to be allotted to Planned Parenthood if clinics agree to discontinue providing abortion services, which they have refused to do.
  • South Korea warns of North Korea "provocations", U.S. navy group approaches

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    Liberal presidential candidate Moon Jae-in vowed to speak directly with North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un to resolve military tensions on the Korean Peninsula, if elected, in an interview with The Korea Herald on Monday. "We are really anxious about what Washington has in mind for North Korea after it hinted at the possibility of a unilateral military scenario", a statement said.