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Officials from Mr Trump's White House tell Time that the logs "create more of a façade of transparency rather than complete transparency". The announcement marks a significant shift from the Obama administration which released the names of almost 6 million visitors, including scores of lobbyists.
  • Astronomers Find Habitable Zone in Saturn's Moon

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    A form of chemical energy believed to be capable of supporting microbes has been discovered on Saturn's moon Enceladus, making it the first extraterrestrial world where direct evidence of potentially life-giving reactions has actually been discovered, NASA announced on Thursday .
  • Here's an easy way to understand all of President Trump's recent flip-flops

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    In an interview that aired Wednesday, Trump said that Putin was partly to blame for the conflict in Syria and denounced him for backing President Bashar Assad, whom he called an "animal". Trump was forced to acknowledge a similar oversimplification when it came to his attempts to overhaul the nation's health care system. The Carl Vinson Carrier Strike Group is on a regularly scheduled Western Pacific deployment, April 8, 2017, as part of the U.S.
  • Pak won't provide information on Jadhav so easily: Defence Expert

    Pak won't provide information on Jadhav so easily: Defence Expert

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    Baloch confessed to having shared information on the Pakistani armed forces in Karachi with the Iranian spy. The Indian high commissioner claimed that there had been no response to Delhi s previous 13 requests. The minister said detailed trail was held and all relevant laws including Evidence Act and recording of statement before a magistrate were followed. The committee says it also provides legal aid to all foreign prisoners detained in India.
  • Easter Bunny to Kick Off Egg Hunt at American Legion

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    The divisions will be: pre-school, kindergarten, first grade, second grade, third grade and fourth grade. There will be 1,200 eggs hidden for Saturday's event. The third annual Easter egg hunt, sponsored by the Manlius Fire Department, will be at 4:30 p.m. Friday, April 14, at the Manlius Park. The egg hunt ran from 6 a.m.to 10 a.m.
  • Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 Plus Microsoft Edition is here, nothing extraordinary

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    Now, Microsoft hopes to capitalize on the success of the device, by introducing a Galaxy S8 Microsoft Edition. It appears that these apps are added in-store by a representative when the phone is unboxed and connected to Wi-Fi. The sensors are identical in terms of features , as they both offer a 12.2 MP resolution, 4K video recording, Dual Pixel phase-detection autofocus, optical image stabilization (OIS), and f/1.7 aperture.
  • Jurgen Klopp "was really scared" for Borussia Dortmund players

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    State police chief Dieter Schuermann admitted there were no strong leads. He was the only player to receive serious injuries in the attack. The head of domestic intelligence for the region, Burkhard Freyer, said investigators had not ruled out the extreme-right, the far-left or hooligans of being behind the attack.
  • Term-time holiday ruling has 'shocking consequences'

    Term-time holiday ruling has 'shocking consequences'

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    Mr Platt, who took his daughter on a seven-day family trip to Florida in April 2015 without the school's permission, was prosecuted by Isle of Wight Council after he refused to pay a £120 penalty. Todays ruling is not just a blow to Jon, it's a blow to most parents . Those who do take their children out of school risk receiving a fine of £60, which rises to £120 if paid after 21 days.
  • Saturn's moon Enceladus has flawless conditions for life

    Saturn's moon Enceladus has flawless conditions for life

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    Nasa's findings, which have been published in the journal Science , said the only plausible source for the hydrogen found was that there have been chemical reactions between the warm water and rocks on the ocean floor. "Chemical disequilibrium that is known to support microbial life in Earth's deep oceans is also available to support life in the Enceladus ocean". Water is established and organic molecules too.
  • These 'The Last Jedi' Photos Will Give You Chills

    These 'The Last Jedi' Photos Will Give You Chills

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    Now, with the release of the Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer and the suggestion that wants the Jedi to end, Mark Hamill reveals exclusively to ABC News that it's "possible" that Luke falls to the dark side. Ridley says in The Last Jedi , we'll find out what happens next. " I only know one truth ". "He's in recovery [after a grave injury in 'The Force Awakens, '] but he will be back in 'The Last Jedi , ' and he's not playing this time".
  • Good Friday 2017: Bible Verses, Passages, & Readings

    Good Friday 2017: Bible Verses, Passages, & Readings

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    It is followed by the observance of Good Friday , the day on which Jesus was crucified. "But most Americans not only hold favorable views of Christ, but also maintain a commitment to Jesus that's still important in their lives today", said Barna Group President David Kinnaman.
  • Easter Egg Hunts in South Niagara Saturday

    Easter Egg Hunts in South Niagara Saturday

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    Due to Lincoln Recreation Center construction, attendees are encouraged to park at the Wayne Smith Baseball Field parking lot. Easter vigil and egg hunt , 1 p.m., Immanuel Lutheran Church, 6500 Metropolitan Blvd., Barnhart. Guests can bring a picnic lunch, a kite and more. Be very, very quiet, we're hunting Easter eggs. This free event is open to the public and is hosted by the Knights of Columbus.